SAL MINEO - AUTOGRAPH - HFSID 300216
Sale Price $270.00
The actor signs a 5x3 card, matted to 11x8½ with a 4x6 black and white photograph of him.
Signature: "Sal Mineo" in blue ink, 5x3 card. Matted to 11x8½ with a 4x6 black and white photograph of Mineo. At age 13, Mineo took over the part of Yul Brynner's son in The King and I. In 1955, in addition to making Five Bridges to Cross, Mineo appeared in The Private War of Major Benson and Rebel Without a Cause, for which he was nominated for the Best Supporting Actor Academy Award. At the age of ten, stage and screen actor Sal Mineo (1939-1976) had been cast as a child in The Rose Tattoo on Broadway. By the time he was 22, Mineo, who had also appeared in Giant (1956), had again been nominated for a Best Supporting Actor Oscar (Exodus, 1960). In 1976, the 37-year-old actor wasstabbed to death as he returned to his Hollywood home from a play rehearsal. Fine condition. Not Matted in Gallery of History Style.
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