SANDY BROWN WYETH - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 10/28/1984 - HFSID 40375
Sale Price $108.00
SANDY BROWN WYETH
The actress discusses her role as "Lucky" and a memorable rehearsal for her 1971 film, Johnny Got His Gun.
ALS: "Sandy Brown Wyeth", 1p, 5¾x7¾. No place, 1984 October 28. On blue sheet "For The American Museum of Historical Documents". In full: "The most important role to me is 'Lucky' in 'Johnny Got His Gun.' Dalton Trumbo wrote the monologue for me, and I will be forever indebted. The night before my shoot, Dalton and I rehearsed my scene. He played Johnny, and I, played Lucky on the actual set. He shared with me that he was reliving moments he had had with a real life prostitute. I will always treasure that night. Sincerely". DALTON TRUMBO wrote and directed Johnny Got His Gun, the poignant story of an American solider who had been severely wounded on the last day of WWI. He also narrated (as portions of the film, which starred Timothy Bottoms as Joe Bonham (Golden Globe nomination) and featured Marsha Hunt, Jason Robards and Donald Sutherland.Actress SANDY BROWN WYETH made her film debut in The Stalking Moon in 1968, and she would go on to appear in such films as Easy Rider (1969), Johnny Got His Gun (1971) and The Driver (1978). Wyeth also appeared in such made-for-TV movies as The California Kid (1974) and Convicted (1986), and she made guest starring appearances on several TV series, including The Bold Ones: The New Doctors (1970), McCloud (1975) and The Twilight Zone (1985). Slightly creased. Fine condition.
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