SHOW BOAT PLAY CAST - SHOW BILL SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: DONALD O'CONNOR, AVRIL GENTLES, PAUL KEITH, RON RAINES, LONETTE MCKEE, KARLA BURNS, WAYNE TURNAGE, BRUCE A. HUBBARD, SHERYL WOODS, MARY ROCCO - HFSID 314556
SHOW BOAT PLAY CAST Donald O'Connor, Avril Gentles and Lonette Mckee sign with seven other cast members on a show bill for a production of Show Boat Program signed:
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SHOW BOAT PLAY CAST
Donald O'Connor, Avril Gentles and Lonette Mckee sign with seven other cast members on a show bill for a production of Show Boat
Program signed: "DonaldO'Connor", "Best wishes/Mary Rocco", "Ron Raines", "Bruce/Hubbard", "Karla/Burns", "Avril Gentles", "Best/wishes/Wayne Turnage", "Sheryl/Woods", "Many thanks/Paul Keith", "Love/Lonette McKee"¸ in blue felt tip, 18 pages, 9x12. DONALD O'CONNOR (1925-2003) was dancing away as a child in his family's vaudeville act. Remembered as the army private who can't convince anyone that a mule can talk in a series of six Francis the Talking Mule films (1949-1955). He also kept dancing in, among others, Yes Sir, That's My Baby (1949) and with Bing Crosby in Anything Goes (1956). For portraying Cosmo Brown in Singin' in the Rain (1952), O'Connor won the 1953 Golden Globe for Best Actor-Musical or Comedy. He won the 1954 Emmy Award for Best Male Star of a Regular Series for his appearances on The Colgate Comedy Hour. AVRIL GENTLES (1919-2001) won Chicago's Joseph Jefferson Award for a revival of Our Town. Her Broadway credits extend from Present Laughter (1958) to The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940 (1987). LONETTE MCKEE (b. 1954) is an actress of stage and film, better known for her work in films and television. Film appearances include roles in Brewster's Millions (1985), Malcolm X (1992), Men of Honor (2000), and Honey (2003). Her career has spanned almost 40 years, and McKee continues to act today, one of her latest roles being in the 2012 movie LUV. Also signed by KARLA BURNS, WAYNE TURNAGE, BRUCE A. HUBBARD (b. 1952), SHERYL WOODS, PAUL KEITH (b. 1944), RON RAINES (b.1949) and MARY ROCCO (b. 1933). Lightly toned. Corners lightly worn and creased. Fine condition.
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