THE BUSINESS OF MURDER PLAY CAST - ADVERTISEMENT SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: RICHARD TODD, ERIC LANDER, ANNETTE ANDRE - HFSID 304892
THE BUSINESS OF MURDER PLAY CAST: RICHARD TODD, ERIC LANDER & ANNETTE ANDRE Advertisement for a presentation of The Business of Murder at London's May Fair Theatre Advertisement signed: "Richard Todd", "Eric Lander" and "Annette Andre" in green ink, B/w 9x6.
Sale Price $378.00
THE BUSINESS OF MURDER PLAY CAST: RICHARD TODD, ERIC LANDER & ANNETTE ANDRE
Advertisement for a presentation of The Business of Murder at London's May Fair Theatre
Advertisement signed: "Richard Todd", "Eric Lander" and "Annette Andre" in green ink, B/w 9x6. Advertisement for a presentation of The Business of Murder at London's May Fair Theatre. Handsome leading man RICHARD TODD, born in 1919, found his greatest acclaim in roles in which he played a Scot. In 1949, he received Best Actor Academy Award and Golden Globe nominations for his role as Corporal Lachlan "Lachie" Mac Lachan in The Hasty Heart, which also starred Ronald Reagan, and in 1955, he portrayed U.S. Senate Chaplain Peter Marshall in A Man Called Peter. A founding member of the Dundee Repertory Theatre of Scotland, Todd returned to the stage between his films, which included the WWII dramas Operation Cross Bow (1955), D-Day, The Sixth of June (1956), The Long and the Short and The Tall (1961) and The Longest Day (1962). Todd also appeared in The Story of Robin Hood and His Merrie Men (1953), The Virgin Queen (with Bette Davis in the role of Queen Elizabeth, 1955), The Secret of Dorian Gray (1970) and The Big Sleep (1978); and in television dramas. Australian actress ANNETTE ANDRE was born on June 24, 1939 in Sydney, Australia. She appeared in films and television series for nearly thirty years, most notably Stormy Petrel (1960), A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (1966), My Partner the Ghost (1969-1970) and Taurus Rising (1982). Other credits include Whiplash (1961), The Mill on the Floss (1965), The Saint (1964-1968), The Brothers (1972) and Prisoner (1984). English actor ERIC LANDER (1924-1999) was born in Rugby, England. He appeared in over 45 films and television series between 1955 and 1976, most notably as Harry Baxter in the long running English television series No Hiding Place (1959-1967). Lightly worn. Slightly creased. Otherwise, fine condition.
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