SHIRLEY JONES - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: MARTY INGELS - HFSID 294025
SHIRLEY JONES and MARTY INGELS The Hollywood couple is shown together in this black and white photograph of Jones wearing a "Security" hat and Ingels wearing a similar "Insecurity" hat Photograph signed:
Sale Price $272.00
SHIRLEY JONES and MARTY INGELS The Hollywood couple is shown together in this black and white photograph of Jones wearing a "Security" hat and Ingels wearing a similar "Insecurity" hat Photograph signed: "I wonder which one/ (of the 4 Horsemen)/ has the/ bucks?/ Marty", in black felt tip and "Me Too!/ S.J.", in green felt tip, b/w 10x8. Singer and actress SHIRLEY JONES (b. 1934) starred in the film versions of the hit musicals Oklahoma (1955), Carousel (1956) and The Music Man (1962). She earned a Best Supporting Actress Academy Award for playing, quite contrary to her wholesome image, an angry prostitute in Elmer Gantry (1969). Jones is best known to television audiences as Shirley Partridge, the matriarch on the popular musical sitcom, The Partridge Family (1970-1974), whose cast included her stepson, David Cassidy (in 2004, Jones hosted a reality TV program to select a cast for a new Partridge Family pilot). Jones was married to her first husband, Jack Cassidy, from 1956 until their divorce in 1974; their sons, Shaun, Patrick, and Ryan, all became entertainers. Comedian and actor MARTY INGELS (1936-2015), born Martin Ingerman, made his television debut in 1960 on Dan Raven. Two years later he was starring opposite John Astin on the TV comedy, I'm Dickens, He's Fenster (1962-1963). He also guest starred in a number of TV shows and lent his voice talents to several animated series. Ingels, who made his film debut in Armored Command, has been seen on the big screen in such features as The Horizontal Lieutenant (1962), Wild and Wonderful (1964), The Busybody and A Guide for the Married Man (both 1967) and If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium (1969). He has been married to his second wife, singer and actress Shirley Jones, since November 13, 1977. Ink stain on verso (no show-through). Otherwise, fine condition.
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