STANLEY HOLLOWAY - MAGAZINE PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: MADGE ELLIOTT, DAME FLORA ROBSON - HFSID 137498
BRITISH STARS: STANLEY HOLLOWAY, MADGE ELLIOTT and FLORA ROBSON Sheet bearing signed magazine photos of Holloway and Elliott on one side, and a signature of Robson beneath her photo on verso Collection of 4 items on one 7x10 sheet: 1) Magazine Photograph signed: "Stanley Holloway". B/w, 4½x6½.
Sale Price $234.00
BRITISH STARS: STANLEY HOLLOWAY, MADGE ELLIOTT and FLORA ROBSON
Sheet bearing signed magazine photos of Holloway and Elliott on one side, and a signature of Robson beneath her photo on verso
Collection of 4 items on one 7x10 sheet: 1) Magazine Photograph signed: "Stanley Holloway". B/w, 4½x6½. 2) Magazine Photograph signed: "Best Wishes/Madge Elliott". B/w, 5x7. Printed caption: "Made Elliott as 'Prince Charming'"; and on verso: 3) Signature: "Flora Robson", 3x2 slip, affixed to 4) Unsigned Photograph of Robson. B/w, 7x8. English stage and screen actor STANLEY HOLLOWAY (1890-1982) is best remembered for his portrayal of Alfred Doolittle in My Fair Lady, which he performed in New York and London and for which he earned an Oscar nomination in the 1964 film. Holloway was popular in England much earlier, however, performing in silent films from 1921, and recording some popular comedy songs. (One of his hit songs was the still remembered "With Her Head Tucked underneath Her Arm", a ballad of Anne Boleyn's ghost (1930). His film roles included the coveted cameo role of the gravedigger in Olivier's Hamlet (1948). He was a veteran of World War I. MADGE ELLIOTT (1896-1955) was born in England and grew up in Australia. She was a ballerina before turning to musical comedy. Her husband was Australian actor Cyril Ritchard. British actress Dame FLORA ROBSON (1902-1984), who made her stage debut in 1921, appeared in feature films from 1931-1981. Although she is best known for her queenly and aristocratic roles, including twice portraying Queen Elizabeth I (Fire Over England, 1937; The Sea Hawk, 1940), Robson was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role as a mulatto maidservant in the 1946 film, Saratoga Trunk. Robson, whose film credits also include Catherine the Great (1934), Wuthering Heights (1939), 55 Days at Peking (1963) and Dominique (1978) as well as TV movies and miniseries, was knighted Dame Commander of the British Empire in 1960 for her contributions to the theater. Rippled. Otherwise, fine condition.
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