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RODDY McDOWALL - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: SALLY FORREST - HFSID 102610

RODDY McDOWALL and SALLY FORREST The once couple inscribes this photograph for a fan, Forrest is shown dancing while McDowall plays the drums Photograph inscribed and signed: "To Ted -/All the best/Roddy McDowall" and "To Ted/Thank you!/Sally Forrest". B/w, 8x10.

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RODDY McDOWALL and SALLY FORREST
The once couple inscribes this photograph for a fan, Forrest is shown dancing while McDowall plays the drums
Photograph inscribed and signed: "To Ted -/All the best/Roddy McDowall" and "To Ted/Thank you!/Sally Forrest". B/w, 8x10. Photo by Bill Young. British-born actor RODDY McDOWALL (1928-1998) arrived in Hollywood to test for the juvenile lead in Fox's How Green Was My Valley (1941); he won both the role and a long-term contract. McDowall's first adult acting assignment was as Malcolm in Orson Welles' 1948 film version of Macbeth. He spent the better part of the early 1960s playing Octavius in the mammoth production Cleopatra (Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actor), co-starring with longtime friend Elizabeth Taylor. An accomplished photographer, McDowall was honored by having his photos of Taylor and other celebrities frequently published in the leading magazines of the era. McDowall's most frequent assignments between 1968 and 1975 found him in elaborate simian makeup as Cornelius in the Planet of the Apes theatrical films and TV series. Dancer/actress SALLY FORREST (born in 1928), the daughter of ballroom dancers, made her film debut as a dancer in Till the Clouds Roll By in 1946. A protégé of Ida Lupino in the early 1950s, her film credits include Take Me Out to the Ball Game (1949), Hard, Fast and Beautiful (1951), Code Two (1953), Son of Sinbad (1955) and While the City Sleeps (1956). Forrest also appeared on a number of early TV anthologies, variety shows and guested in series including Rawhide (1959, 1964) and Family Affair (1967). Lightly creased at blank margins and lower right background. ½x¾-inch paper loss at upper right corner. Tack holes at corners, tack impression at lower left corner. Otherwise, fine condition.

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