SALLY ANN HOWES - AUTOGRAPH 1971 CO-SIGNED BY: EARL WRIGHTSON, LOIS HUNT - HFSID 63457
SALLY ANN HOWES, EARL WRIGHTSON and LOIS HUNT Album leaf signed by all three of the talented performers Signatures: "Lois Hunt", "Sally Ann Howes" and "Earl Wrightson". With blue ink notations near lower left edge in blue ink. 6x4¼.
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SALLY ANN HOWES, EARL WRIGHTSON and LOIS HUNT Album leaf signed by all three of the talented performers Signatures: "Lois Hunt", "Sally Ann Howes" and "Earl Wrightson". With blue ink notations near lower left edge in blue ink. 6x4¼. SALLY ANN HOWES, born in London, England in 1930, grew up in a show business family and made her first movie with a starring role in Tuesday's Child (1943) when she was only 13 years old. Tuesday's Child was the first of her over 30 TV and movie credits, with memorable roles early in her career in Dead of Night (1945), Nicholas Nickleby (1947), Anna Karenina (1948) and as Truly Scrumptious in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (1968). Howes got her start on the stage in the West End in 1950, with a role in Caprice. This led to many appearances on the London and American stage. Howes replaced Julie Andrews as Eliza Doolittle in the Broadway production of My Fair Lady (1956-1962, 2,717 performances) in 1958 so that Andrews could join the London cast of the play. She also earned a Tony Award nomination for Best Actress in a Musical for her performance as Fiona MacLaren in Brigadoon (1963). EARL WRIGHTSON (1913-1993, born in Baltimore, Maryland), a bass vocalist known for his versions of popular show tunes, had his own TV show, The Earl Wrightson Show (1948) and was a frequent guest on The Bell Telephone Hour (1959 and after). LOIS HUNT (1925-2009) was an operatic soprano who frequently sang with Wrightson, her husband. She made her professional debut in 1946 and, by 1950, was appearing regularly in productions at the Metropolitan Opera. She also appeared on Broadway, including as a replacement for Marion Marlowe as Elsa Schraeder in The Sound of Music (1959-1963, 1,443 performances). Hunt ended her singing career after Wrightson died. Lightly toned. Pinholes at left from album binding. Otherwise, fine condition.
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