ROCK HUDSON - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH - HFSID 254399
ROCK HUDSON Movie still of the star's 20th film Photograph signed "Rock Hudson" in purple ink. B/w, 8x10. Movie still from Sea Devils. ©1953 RKO Radio Pictures. This movie still is from Hudson's 20th movie Sea Devils, in which he plays a fisherman-turned-smuggler.
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Movie still of the star's 20th film
Photograph signed "Rock Hudson" in purple ink. B/w, 8x10. Movie still from Sea Devils. ©1953 RKO Radio Pictures. This movie still is from Hudson's 20th movie Sea Devils, in which he plays a fisherman-turned-smuggler. Hudson was a well-established star at this point and had second billing under Yvonne de Carlo. But he was still a year and six movies away from his starring role in Magnificent Obsession, which cemented his place as a Hollywood leading man, and three years from his Academy Award-nominated role in Giant. Hudson (1925-1985), was born Roy Scherer but adopted the last name Fitzgerald when his mother remarried in the 1930s. He was nominated for a Best Actor Academy Award for Giant in 1956. Twice voted Hollywood's top box-office draw and a favorite of fan magazines, Hudson proved he had more than good looks, turning in solid performances in such films as Magnificent Obsession (1954), Written on the Wind (1956), Battle Hymn (1956), A Farewell to Arms (1957), This Earth is Mine (1959), A Gathering of Eagles (1963), Ice Station Zebra (1968) and Darling Lili (1970). He is also known for his pairings with Doris Day in a number of light-hearted romantic comedies, including Pillow Talk (1959) and Send Me No Flowers (1964). In 1971, Hudson finally moved to the small screen, starring in McMillan and Wife (1971-1976), appearing on Dynasty (1981) and making a number of made-for-TV films, including a role in the 1980 TV adaptation of Ray Bradbury's The Martian Chronicles. Diagnosed with AIDS in the early 1980s, he was the first major public figure to bring the deadly disease to world attention. Fine condition.
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