THE CORN IS GREEN PLAY CAST - SHOW BILL SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: DONALD BUKA, ELIZABETH SEAL, GIL ROGERS, PETER GALLAGHER, MARGE REDMOND, MYVANWY JENN, FRANK HAMILTON, MIA DILLON - HFSID 313594
THE CORN IS GREEN PLAY CAST Gil Roger, Elizabeth Seal, Peter Gallagher, Marge Redmond, Donald Buka and 3 others sign their names on a Playbill for a production of The Corn Is Green Show bill signed:
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THE CORN IS GREEN PLAY CAST
Gil Roger, Elizabeth Seal, Peter Gallagher, Marge Redmond, Donald Buka and 3 others sign their names on a Playbill for a production of The Corn Is Green
Show bill signed: "Marge Redmond", "Elizabeth/Seal", "Donald/Buka", "Mia Dillon", "Frank Hamilton", "Peter Gallagher", "Myvanwy Jenn", "Gil Rogers", in blue felt tip, 66 pages, 5¾x8½. GIL ROGERS (born in 1934) has played character roles in occasional films over four decades, and he has made guest appearances on TV for even longer (from Leave It To Beaver in 1960 to Law and Order in 2002). His real forte has been daytime soap operas, however. Since the late 1970s, Rogers has played Mayor Duncan on Search for Tomorrow, the villainous Ray Gardner on All My Children (1977-1979, 1982, 1993-1994, 1999 and 2001) and Hawk Shayne on The Guiding Light (2004-2007). The actor is the father of actress Amanda Hall Rogers. Her title role in the Broadway hit Irma La Douce won Italian actress ELIZABETH SEAL (b. 1933) a Tony for Best Leading Actress in a Musical (1961). She married Zack Matalon, who played one of her pimps in the production. She later married to actor/photographer Michael "Theo" Ward. Seal has played supporting roles in numerous films, including recently Lara Croft: the Cradle of Life (2003). PETER GALLAGHER (b. 1955) has also established a strong reputation in both stage and film roles, the latter including an acclaimed performance as Sky Masterson in a 1992 revival of Guys and Dolls. MARGE REDMOND (b. 1930), a New York stage veteran, may be best remembered for her Emmy-nominated role as Sister Jacqueline in The Flying Nun (1967-1970), and for her savvy innkeeper, "Sarah Tucker," on TV Cool Whip commercials of the 1970s. She was married for a time to Jack Weston, replaced by Gardenia in the California Suite cast. DONALD BUKA (1920-2009) was an American stage and film actor, most popular in the 1940's and 1950's. He has appeared in 10 Broadway plays in various roles and positions, starting with a role in Twelfth Night (1940). He continued performing on stage until his final role in 1984 in Design in Living, though he still had a long list of film credits to add to his career. He had 50 plus film and television credits, in movies/shows such as Watch on the Rhine (1943), How To Marry a Millionaire (1958), and All My Children (1987). Also signed by MYVANWY JENN (b. 1928) as Sarah Pugh, FRANK HAMILTON (1924-1991) as John Goronwy Jones, and MIA DILLON (b. 1955) as Bessie Watty. Lightly toned. Small stray ink mark on cover. Fine condition.
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