THAT CERTAIN FEELING MOVIE CAST - LOBBY CARD SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: BOB HOPE, EVA MARIE SAINT - HFSID 294871
THAT CERTAIN FEELING MOVIE CAST: BOB HOPE and EVA MARIE SAINT Signed 14x11 lobby card bearing a picture of both actors Lobby Card signed: "Bob Hope", "Eva Marie Saint". Color, 14x11 Lobby card for That Certain Feeling (1956).
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THAT CERTAIN FEELING MOVIE CAST: BOB HOPE and EVA MARIE SAINT
Signed 14x11 lobby card bearing a picture of both actors
Lobby Card signed: "Bob Hope", "Eva Marie Saint". Color, 14x11 Lobby card for That Certain Feeling (1956). BOB HOPE (1903-2003) was born in England, moving with his family to the U.S. when he was four. A popular vaudeville performer from the 1920s, he starred in Broadway musicals of the 1930s, including Roberta and Red, Hot and Blue. Among the most popular of his 53 films were the "Road to ..." movies with Bing Crosby and Dorothy Lamour, beginning with The Road to Singapore (1940). He won three honorary awards from the Academy of Motion Pictures (1940, 1944, and 1965). Seven months before Pearl Harbor, he appeared in the first of his shows for American servicemen, a tradition he would continue through a Persian Gulf tour in 1991. His success as a comedian continued unabated from radio to television with the long-running Bob Hope Show (1950-1967) and with guest appearances continuing through 1992. A well known philanthropist, friend to Presidents, and avid golfer with his own tournament, Hope has made an enduring contribution to American culture. Actress EVA MARIE SAINT (born in 1924) entered the hectic world of live television with a coolness and maturity that belied her youthfulness. She also made an excellent impression in her first important stage appearance, 1953's A Trip to Bountiful. The euphoria attending her winning the Drama Critics Award was doubled by her win of the 1954 Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her co-starring role with Marlon Brando in On the Waterfront. The following year, the blonde, graceful actress appeared with Paul Newman in a TV musical version of Our Town. A string of mediocre films in the 1970s prompted Saint to seek out more satisfying roles on television before returning to the stage in 1983. In 1989, she won an Emmy Award for her performance in the dramatic special, People Like Us. Corners creased and worn. Toned at edges. Bottom right corner chipped. Ink stamp on verso. Otherwise fine condition.
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