THE CIRCLE PLAY CAST - MAGAZINE SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: STEWART GRANGER, GLYNIS JOHNS, REX HARRISON - HFSID 301522
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THE CIRCLE PLAY CAST: REX HARRISON, GLYNNIS JOHNS and STEWART GRANGER
New York City Guide, picturing all three British actors
Magazine signed: "Rex Harrison", "Glynnis Johns", "Stewart Granger", 78 pages, 5½x8½. City Guide, New York's weekly guide for visitors, featuring their play The Circle. This romantic comedy by Somerset Maugham, which had debuted on Broadway in 1921, is shown here in its second revival, with the signers in the starring roles (November 1989 - May 1990). Stewart Granger won a Theatre World Special Award for this performance. British actor STEWART GRANGER (1913-1993), who was born James Stewart but changed his name to avoid confusion with the Hollywood actor of the same name, was a top romantic leading man in Britain (along with James Mason) before coming to Hollywood, where he was usually cast as a rugged "he-man". Granger, who appeared in Cukor's The Prisoner of Zenda (1952), starred in a number of other feature films, including Caesar and Cleopatra (1946), King Solomon's Mines (1950), Beau Brummel (1954), North to Alaska (1960) and Sodom and Gomorrah (1962), and in TV movies. He was married to actress Jean Simmons from 1950-1960. Sir REX HARRISON (1908-1990), known for his suave, nonchalant style, appeared in the Broadway (1956-1958) and film (1964) versions of My Fair Lady, winning a Tony Award and the Best Actor Academy Award for his role as Professor Henry Higgins. He also won the 1949 Tony for Anne of a Thousand Days and was nominated for the 1963 Best Actor Oscar for Cleopatra. GLYNNIS JOHNS, a British actress born in Pretoria, South Africa in 1923 while her acting parents were touring there, was certified to teach ballet at age 10 and made her stage debut at 12, winning prominence the next year for her part in The Children's Hour (1936). Johns' film roles have included Miranda (as a mermaid, 1946), The Court Jester (1956), Mary Poppins (1964) and While You Were Sleeping (1995). Johns, who also had her own series on American TV (1963), won a Tony Award as Best Actress for A Little Night Music (1973). Fine condition.
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