SWITCH TV CAST: ROBERT J. WAGNER, EDDIE ALBERT, and SHARON GLESS The cast members smile broadly for promotional picture from their 1970s shows that all three have

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SWITCH TV CAST: ROBERT J. WAGNER, EDDIE ALBERT, and SHARON GLESS The cast members smile broadly for promotional picture from their 1970s shows that all three have signed Photograph signed: "Robert Wagner" in black ink "Eddie Albert" in blue ink and "Sharon/ Gless" in purple ink, color, 8x10. ROBERT WAGNER (b. 1930) played romantic leads with ease, but it wasn't until he essayed the two-scene role of a shell-shocked war veteran in With a Song in My Heart (1952) that studio executives recognized his potential as a dramatic actor. He went on to play the title roles in Prince Valiant (1954) and The True Story of Jesse James (1956), and shocked his bobby-soxer fan following by effectively portraying a cold-blooded murderer in A Kiss Before Dying (1955). After a two-year hiatus, Wagner made a comeback as star of the lighthearted TV espionage series It Takes a Thief (1968-1970). For the rest of his career, Wagner would enjoy his greatest success on TV, first in the mid-'70s series Switch, then opposite Stefanie Powers in the internationally popular Hart to Hart, which ran from 1979 through 1983. Perhaps best known for his role as city slicker turned farmer Oliver Douglas on TV's Green Acres (1965-1971), EDDIE ALBERT (1906-2005) made his movie debut in Brother Rat in 1938; his costars included Ronald Reagan and Jane Wyman. Nominated for Best Supporting Actor Academy Awards in 1953 (Roman Holiday) and 1972 (The Heartbreak Kid), Albert's feature films include You're in the Navy Now (1951), Oklahoma! (1955),The Teahouse of the August Moon (1956), The Sun Also Rises (1957), The Longest Day (1962), The Longest Yard (1974), Escape to Witch Mountain (1975), Airport '79 and Yes, Georgio (1982). SHARON GLESS (b. 1943) solidified herself as a bankable name in 1982 when she replaced Meg Foster as NYPD officer Chris Cagney on the detective series Cagney and Lacey. She remained in this role until the series' cancellation in 1988, winning two Emmy awards along the way, and then reprised the part (with her co-star Tyne Daly) in a well-received 1995 TV movie. Another of Gless's TV-series gigs was as the public-defender heroine of The Trials of Rosie O'Neill (1990-1992). More recently, she played the concerned, yet proud mother of Michael Novotny, Hal Sparks' character in Queer as Folk (2000-2005) and Michael's mother, Madeline Westin, on Burn Notice (2007-2013). Lightly toned. Corners gently worn. Otherwise, fine condition.

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