SINBAD THE SAILOR MOVIE CAST - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS JR., MAUREEN O'HARA - HFSID 292880
SINBAD THE SAILOR MOVIE CAST: MAUREEN O'HARA and DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS, JR. Both are shown in costume, Fairbanks holding O'Hara by the waist Photograph signed: "Maureen O'Hara", "Good luck!/Douglas Fairbanks Jr". B/w, 8x10.
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SINBAD THE SAILOR MOVIE CAST: MAUREEN O'HARA and DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS, JR. Both are shown in costume, Fairbanks holding O'Hara by the waist Photograph signed: "Maureen O'Hara", "Good luck!/Douglas Fairbanks Jr". B/w, 8x10. Promotional photo for the film Sinbad the Sailor (1947). Irish Actress MAUREEN O'HARA (1920-2015) had her first major role was in the 1939 Alfred Hitchcock film Jamaica Inn. She was cast her opposite Charles Laughton as Esmerelda in The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1939). At the onset of World War II O'Hara's contract was sold to RKO studios which cast her in low budget films until director John Ford cast her as the eldest daughter, Angharad Morgan, in How Green Was My Valley (1941). In 1947 she played Natalie Wood's mother in Miracle on 34th Street. She is often remembered for her on screen chemistry with John Wayne; the two worked together on five films Rio Grande, The Quiet Man, The Wings of Eagles, McLintock! and Big Jake. Some of her other roles include mother Maggie McKendrick in The Parent Trap, Olivia Spencer in Spencer's Mountain and Peggy Hobbs in Mr. Hobbs Takes a Vacation. O'Hara has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and was inducted into the Western Performers Hall of Fame in 1993. In 2004, she released her autobiography 'Tis Herself, which became a New York Times Bestseller. In 2005 she was named "Irish American of the Year" by Irish America magazine. She was inducted into the Irish American Hall of Fame in 2011. DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS, JR. (1909-2000), the offspring of his father's first marriage, had little contact with Douglas Fairbanks Sr. until the 1930s. (The father died in 1939). Fairbanks often replicated his father's swashbuckling in such films as The Prisoner of Zenda (1937) and Sinbad the Sailor (1947). But he was an accomplished actor who proved himself on stage and film, including a starring role in the now-classic Gunga Din (1939). Fairbanks also appeared in a number of made-for-TV movies and hosted the anthology series, Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. Presents (1952-1955). Fine condition.