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STALAG 17 MOVIE CAST 1953 - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: PETER GRAVES, GIL STRATTON, RICHARD ERDMAN - HFSID 289810

STALAG 17 MOVIE CAST Black and white movie still from the 1953 film, signed by the characters Price, Hoffy, and Cookie Photograph signed: "Gil Stratton" in gold felt tip, "Peter Graves" in gold felt tip, and "Richard Erdman" in blue felt tip, B/w 10x8.

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STALAG 17 MOVIE CAST
Black and white movie still from the 1953 film, signed by the characters Price, Hoffy, and Cookie
Photograph signed: "Gil Stratton" in gold felt tip, "Peter Graves" in gold felt tip, and "Richard Erdman" in blue felt tip, B/w 10x8. The 1953 World War II film Stalag 17 tells the story of a group of American airman held in a Nazi prisoner of war camp who come to suspect that one of them is a traitor. It was adapted from a Broadway play written by two actual prisoners of war. The film was distributed by paramount pictures and was produced and directed by Billy Wilder. PETER GRAVES (1926-2010), born Peter Aurness, appeared in 130 movies, TV shows and video games between 1951 and 2010, but is probably best known as James Phelps, the leader of an elite covert operations unit on the weekly TV adventure series Mission: Impossible (1967-1973). The role earned him a Golden Globe in 1971 and an Emmy Award nomination. (He reprised Phelps in a revamp of the series, which lasted from 1988 to 1990) Modern audiences may also know him as a presenter on the long-running documentary series Biography (1994-2006). Graves often played straight-arrow, authoritative figures, which the team of Zucker-Abrahams-Zucker brilliantly lampooned with Captain Clarence "Joey, do you like movies about gladiators?" Oveur in Airplane! (1980) and its sequel Airplane II: The Sequel (1982). Graves paid his dues in a long string of B movies before Mission: Impossible. One of his more memorable roles from this period was a Nazi spy in the war movie classic Stalag 17 (1953). But Mystery Science Theatre 3000 fans may also recognize Graves from no less than five movies savaged by Joel, Mike and the 'bots: It Conquered the World (1956), Beginning of the End (1957), Attack of the Eye Creatures (1965), SST: Death Flight (1977) and Parts: The Clonus Horror (1979). He was the younger brother of actor James Arness. GIL STRATTON (1922-2008) was born in Brooklyn, New York. Beginning his acting career as a teenager Stratton debuted on Broadway in the George Abbot musical Best Foot Forward when he was 19. After seeing his Broadway performance MGM hired him as a contract player and he was cast in his first film Girl Crazy (1943) in which he sung a duet with Judy Garland. His film career took a short hiatus during World War II when he enlisted in the Army Air Forces. After the war he returned to film and appeared in many films including Stalag 17 (1953), The Wild One (1954) and Bundle of Joy (1956). He also spent a number of years working in television and radio. After being hired as a sportscaster in 1954, he continued to work in the field until his retirement in 1997. RICHARD ERDMAN (1925-2019) wan an American film and television actor and director. He worked in the entertainment industry for seventy years. In 1953 he appeared in Stalag 17 as Hoffy the barracks chief. In the classic Twilight Zone episode A Kind of Stopwatch he plays a man who is giving a stop watch that can freeze time, unfortunately he breaks the watch, leaving him frozen in time. In the ABC sitcom The Ray Bolger Show Erdman co-starred as Pete Morrisey, Ray's landlord and agent. He continues to the time of this writing to appear in minor roles in television shows including The Dick Van Dyke Show, Wings and Community. Fine condition.  

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