SUPERMAN TV CAST - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: NOEL NEILL, JACK LARSON - HFSID 290052
The two actors signed this black and white photograph that depicts them with George Reeves in the Adventures of Superman episode "The Jolly Roger"
Sale Price $640.00
SUPERMAN TV CAST: NOEL NEILL and JACK LARSON The two actors signed this black and white photograph that depicts them with George Reeves in the Adventures of Superman episode "The Jolly Roger" Photograph signed: "Noel Neill/ Lois Lane" in black felt tip and "Jack Larson" in blue felt tip. B/w. 8x10. NOEL NEILL and JACK LARSON will always be remembered for their roles in Adventures of Superman (1952-1958). Larson was cast as cub reporter Olsen for all 6 seasons, while Neill replaced Phyllis Coates as "Daily Planet" reporter and the "Man of Steel's" potential love interest in 1953. Both became so typecast in these roles that they found few attractive parts thereafter. NOEL NEILL (1920-2016) is an American actress with over 70 TV shows and movies to her credit. Neill made her film debut in 1940. As a child, she wanted to be a journalist like her father. Ironically, her most famous character was a newspaper employee: Lois Lane, Superman's love interest and a journalist at the Daily Planet. She was the first actress to portray Lois Lane, appearing as the character in the 1948 film Superman. Neill reprised the role in Atom Man vs. Superman (1950) and the television show Adventures of Superman (1953-1958). She has made appearances in several superhero productions, including cameos in Superman Returns (2006) and Superboy (1988-1992). Other credits include a series of 1940s Bobby-soxer films that starred Freddie Stewart. JACK EDWARD LARSON (1928-2015), with even less chance to avoid type-casting, pursued an off-screen film role, producing or co-producing such films as The Paper Chase (1973), Urban Cowboy (1980) and Bright Lights, Big City (1988). Fine condition.
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