ROSEMARIE B. STACK - PRINTED ART SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: GENE EVANS, PIERCE LYDEN, MACDONALD CAREY - HFSID 205102
ROSEMARIE BOWE STACK CO-SIGNED: GENE EVANS, MACDONALD CAREY and PIERCE LYDON The four film artists sign an 8x10 sheet of paper with a 3x3 20th Century Fox logo printed on it Printed art signed: "Rosemarie Stack", "Gene Evans", "Pierce Lyden" and "Macdonald Carey
Sale Price $324.00
ROSEMARIE BOWE STACK CO-SIGNED: GENE EVANS, MACDONALD CAREY and PIERCE LYDON
The four film artists sign an 8x10 sheet of paper with a 3x3 20th Century Fox logo printed on it
Printed art signed: "Rosemarie Stack", "Gene Evans", "Pierce Lyden" and "Macdonald Carey". 3x3 printing of the 20th Century Fox symbol on a 8x10 sheet of white paper. Rosemarie Bowe Stack was married to actor Robert Stack with whom she had two children and a happy marriage. She appeared with him in two films, Murder on Flight 502 (TV, 1975) and Big Trouble (1985). American actor Gene Evans (1922-1998) had a gritty, no-nonsense approach to his craft, appearing in films for over 40 years. Many consider his portrayal as the grim, born-survivor sergeant in The Steel Helmet (1951) to be not only the actor's best performance, but also one of the best ever characterizations in any war film. Evans also co-starred in the TV series My Friend Flicka (1956), Matt Helm (1975) and Spencer's Pilots (1976). Actor Pierce Lyden (1908-1998), who was named "Villain of the Year" in a 1944 Photo Press Fan Poll, appeared in more than 125 B-Westerns and serials, beginning with King of Dodge City in 1941. Lyden was inducted into the Cowboy Hall of Fame in 1979. Macdonald Carey (1913-1994) made his film debut in 1942, and gave one of his most memorable performances a year later in Alfred Hitchcock's Shadow of a Doubt (1943). His other feature films include Wake Island (1942), Streets of Laredo (1949), The Great Gatsby (1949), John Paul Jones (1959), Tammy and the Doctor (1963) and American Gigolo (1979). Carey, who made his television debut in 1950, appeared in a number of early anthologies, starred in several TV series, miniseries (including 1977's Roots) and made-for-TV movies and made guest appearances on shows through 1987 (Murder, She Wrote). His best known television role, however, was as Dr. Tom Horton, chief of internal medicine at University Hospital, on the long-running NBC daytime soap, Days of Our Lives (1965 until his death). Carey's voice can still be heard on the soap's intro. Fine condition.
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