THE CHASE MOVIE CAST - INSCRIBED LOBBY CARD SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: ANGIE DICKINSON, JANE FONDA, E.G. MARSHALL - HFSID 264114
THE CHASE MOVIE CAST: E.G. MARSHALL, JANE FONDA and ANGIE DICKINSON The cast of the movie The Chase sign a color lobby card for the movie. Inscribed Lobby Card Signed: "I love/Jane &/Angie/E.G.
Sale Price $450.00
THE CHASE MOVIE CAST: E.G. MARSHALL, JANE FONDA and ANGIE DICKINSON The cast of the movie The Chase sign a color lobby card for the movie. Inscribed Lobby Card Signed: "I love/Jane &/Angie/E.G. Marshall", "to Jim/Peace/Jane Fonda" and "To Jim/Love/Angie/Dickinson". Color, 14x11. Still from the 1966 film, The Chase, a drama directed by Arthur Penn. ©1966, Columbia Pictures Corporation. Captioned at lower margin. The Chase starred Marlon Brando (pictured) as Sheriff Calder, who keeps peace in the Texas town of Tarl - until the escape of Bubber Reeves (Robert Redford). E.G. MARSHALL starred as Val Rogers, a local kingpin who appointed the Sheriff, JANE FONDA was Anna Reeves, the wife of the escaped convict, and ANGIE DICKINSON portrayed the sheriff's wife, Ruby Calder. Everett G. (E.G.) Marshall (1914-1998) appeared in a number of feature films, including The Caine Mutiny (1954) and Twelve Angry Men (1957). Marshall won two Emmy Awards for his portrayal of lawyer Lawrence Preston on TV's The Defenders (1961-1965). Jane Fonda (born 1937), the daughter of actor Henry Fonda and former wife of media mogul Ted Turner, won Academy Awards for Best Actress for Klute (1971) and Coming Home (1978). She was nominated for Oscars in the same category for They Shoot Horses, Don't They (1969), Julia (1977), The China Syndrome (1978), On Golden Pond (1981, her father's last film) and The Morning After (1986). Angie Dickinson (born Angeline Brown in 1931) is perhaps best known for her starring role on the TV series Police Woman (1974-1978), for which she won a 1974 Golden Globe. Dickinson's many films include Rio Bravo (1959), Point Blank (1967), Dressed to Kill (1980) and both the original and remake of Ocean's Eleven (1960, 2001). Lightly stained at blank margins. Tape remnants at upper and lower left margins. Tack holes at upper margin and at lower blank corners. ½-inch tear at mid-right blank margin. Otherwise, fine condition.
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