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Alfred Lunt Autographs, Memorabilia & Collectibles

ALFRED LUNT
Born: August 12, 1892 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Died: August 3, 1977 in Chicago, Illinois
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Alfred Lunt (1892-1977, born in Milwaukee, Illinois) performed in, directing and producing over 50 Broadway productions between 1903 and 1962, earning two Tonys near the end of his stage career: one in 1954 for Best Director in Ondine (1954, 157 performances) and one in 1955 Best Actor in a Play in Quadrille (1954-1955, 150 performances).  Alfred Lunt married actress Lynn Fontaine in 1922, and they both appeared together in 26 Broadway productions between 1923 and 1958. One of these shows was The Guardsman (1924-1925, 248 performances). Both were cast in the 1932 film adaptation of the play, roles that earned them nominations for Best Actor and Actress in a Leading Role. The Guardsman was one of only nine movies and TV shows that Lunt performed in; he earned an Emmy for Outstanding Individual Achievements in Entertainment - Actors and Performers for his last TV role, the Hallmark Hall of Fame episode The Magnificent Yankee.
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First Love - Director (December 25, 1961 - January 13, 1962), The Visit - Performer (May 5, 1958 - November 29, 1958), The Great Sebastians - Performer (January 4, 1956 - June 2, 1956), Quadrille - Performer (November 3, 1954 - March 12, 1955), Ondine - Director (February 18, 1954 - July 3, 1954), I Know My Love - Performer (November 2, 1949 - June 3, 1950), O Mistress Mine - Performer (January 23, 1946 - May 31, 1947), The Pirate - Performer (November 25, 1942 - April 27, 1943), Candle in the Wind - Director (October 22, 1941 - January 10, 1942), There Shall Be No Night - Performer (September 9, 1940 - November 2, 1940), There Shall Be No Night - Performer (April 29, 1940 - August 9, 1940), The Seagull - Performer (March 28, 1938 - May 1938), Amphitryon 38 - Performer (November 1, 1937 - March 1938), Idiot's Delight - Performer (March 24, 1936 - December 1936), The Taming of the Shrew - Performer (September 30, 1935 - January 1936), Point Valaine - Performer (January 16, 1935 - March 1935), Design For Living - Performer (January 24, 1933 - May 1933), Reunion in Vienna - Performer (November 16, 1931 - July 1932), Elizabeth the Queen - Performer (November 3, 1930 - March 1931), Meteor - Performer (December 23, 1929 - March 1930), Caprice - Performer (December 31, 1928 - June 1929), Volpone - Performer (April 9, 1928 - May 1928), Marco Millions - Performer (January 9, 1928 - March 1928), The Doctor's Dilemma - Performer (November 21, 1927 - March 1928), The Second Man - Performer (April 11, 1927 - September 1927), The Brothers Karamazov - Performer (January 3, 1927 - February 1927), Ned McCobb's Daughter - Performer (November 29, 1926 - April 1927), Juarez and Maximilian - Performer (October 11, 1926 - November 1926), At Mrs. Beam's - Performer (April 26, 1926 - November 1926), The Goat Song - Performer (January 25, 1926 - March 1926), Arms and the Man - Performer (September 14, 1925 - February 1926), The Guardsman - Performer (October 13, 1924 - December 1925), Outward Bound - Performer (January 7, 1924 - May 1924), Robert E. Lee - Performer (November 20, 1923 - December 1923), Sweet Nell of Old Drury - Performer (May 18, 1923 - June 1923), Banco - Performer (September 20, 1922 - November 1922), The Intimate Strangers - Performer (November 7, 1921 - January 1922), Clarence - Performer (September 20, 1919 - June 1920), Romance and Arabella - Performer (October 17, 1917 - November 1917), A Clean Slate - Performer (November 3, 1903 - November 1903)

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