ROBERT LOGGIA - INSCRIBED PROGRAM PAGE SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: DENNIS COLE, PETER BROWN, TRINI LOPEZ, DWIGHT STONES, RALNA ENGLISH, E.J. PEAKER, TOM HALLICK, MILES MCNAMARA - HFSID 300439
ENTERTAINERS: ROBERT LOGGIA, TRINI LOPEZ, and OTHERS 8x11 publicity sheet titled "Celebrities … Celebrities … Celebrities", bearing twelve 2x2 photos, nine of which have been signed Inscribed Program Page signed:
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ENTERTAINERS: ROBERT LOGGIA, TRINI LOPEZ, and OTHERS 8x11 publicity sheet titled "Celebrities … Celebrities … Celebrities", bearing twelve 2x2 photos, nine of which have been signed Inscribed Program Page signed: "E J Peaker", "Dwight Stones", "Miles McNamara", "Ralna/English", "Marie/Tom Hallick", "Hi Marie/Peter Brown", "Robert/Loggia", "Trini/Lopez", "To/Maria/Best Wishes/Dennis Cole/xx". B/w, twelve 2x2 images on one 8x11 surface. E.J. PEAKER (b. 1944) co-starred with Robert Morse in the TV musical series That's Life (1968) and played Minnie Fay in the film version of Hello Dolly (1969). She made many TV guest appearances between 1966 and 2001. DWIGHT STONES (b. 1953) set three world records in high jump, and won bronze medals in the event at the 1972 and 1976 Olympic Games. He has since been a track and field analyst for several TV networks. MILES McNAMARA (b. 1955) has made a handful of film and TV guest appearances, his credits including The Mystery Maker (1967), The Philadelphia Experiment (1984), and MVP: Most Valuable Primate (2000). He was also an assistant director on episodes of The Beachcombers (1989). RALNA ENGLISH (b. 1942) is best known for her duet performances with then husband Guy Hovis as Guy and Ralna on TV's Lawrence Welk Show (1969-1982). She has recorded in a variety of styles, including popular standards, but her most recent releases emphasize religious and patriotic themes. Supporting actor TOM HALLICK (b. 1941) has over 60 film and TV credits to his name, from Mrs. Polifax - Spy (1971) to Gangster Squad (2013). PETER BROWN (1935-2016) began his career starring on television Westerns, including Lawman (as Deputy Johnny McKay, 1958-1962) and Laredo (as Chad Cooper, 1965-1967) before becoming a regular on a number TV soaps, from Days of Our Lives (1972-1979) to The Bold and the Beautiful (1991-1992). Brown has also been seen on the big screen in films including Marjorie Morningstar (1958), Merrill's Marauders (1962), The Concrete Jungle (1982), and Three Bad Men (2005). ROBERT LOGGIA (1930-2015) was originally cast as a leading man. However, over time it became clear that he was better suited to play character roles. Loggia put forth a memorable performance as Richard Gere's domineering father in the opening scenes of An Officer and a Gentleman (1981). He then went on to play villainous roles in Curse of the Pink Panther (1982), Scarface (1983), and Prizzi's Honor (1985). He was nominated for an Oscar for his portrayal of a private detective in Jagged Edge (1985). One of the more amicable characters Loggia has played was the toy manufacturer in Big (1988). In fact, he was Tom Hanks's dancing partner in the scene that had them stomp out "Heart and Soul" on the massive keyboard at FAO Schwarz. Another sympathetic role he played was that of the president's loyal and steady military advisor in Independence Day (1996). TRINI LOPEZ (b. 1937), a member of the International Latin Music Hall of Fame and the Las Vegas Casino Entertainers Hall of Fame, had several American Top 40 hits in the 1960s, including "If I Had a Hammer", "Kansas City", "Lemon Tree", and "I'm Comin Home, Cindy." His "Feliz Navidad" is gets frequent radio play every Christmas season. In addition, Lopez also played supporting roles in several films including The Dirty Dozen (1967). Model-turned-actor DENNIS COLE (1940-2009) is best known for his television work. He starred on several series, including Felony Squad (1966-1969) and Bracken's World (1969-1970), and on the daytime soap, The Young and The Restless from 1981 to 1982. Cole also made guest appearances on TV series from 1969 (Judd for the Defense) to 1998 (Pacific Blue). He had guest spots on Murder, She Wrote (1984-1996) and multiple roles on Fantasy Island (1977-1984), The Love Boat (1977-1987) and Charlie's Angels (1976-1981). Lightly creased. Gently worn. Lightly soiled. ¼x½-inch piece missing from lower right margin. Otherwise, fine condition.
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