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THE COUNTRY GIRL PLAY CAST - SHOW BILL SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: GEORGE GRIZZARD, JASON ROBARDS JR., MAUREEN STAPLETON - HFSID 301640

THE COUNTRY GIRL PLAY CAST: JASON ROBARDS, MAUREEN STAPLETON and GEORGE GRIZZARD Signed on the cover of the Playbill, where all three are pictured. Show Bill signed: "Jason/Robards", "Maureen/Stapleton", "George Grizzard", 36 pages, 5½x8½.

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THE COUNTRY GIRL PLAY CAST: JASON ROBARDS, MAUREEN STAPLETON and GEORGE GRIZZARD
Signed on the cover of the Playbill, where all three are pictured.
Show Bill signed: "Jason/Robards", "Maureen/Stapleton", "George Grizzard", 36 pages, 5½x8½. Playbill for a production of The Country Girl at New York's Billy Rose Theatre (March 15-May 6, 1972) signed on the front cover. A decorated navy veteran of World War II, JASON ROBARDS, JR. (1922-2000) moved on to success on the Broadway stage. Among his best early film roles were encores of his earlier stage roles (Long Days Journey Into Night, 1962; A Thousand Clowns (1965). He earned two Oscars as Best Supporting Actor (All The President's Men, 1976; Julia, 1977), and was nominated for another (Melvin and Howard, 1980). The son of stage and screen actor Jason Robards, Sr., he appeared on Broadway with his dad in The Disenchanted (1958). MAUREEN STAPLETON (1925-2006, born Lois Maureen Stapleton in Troy, New York in 1925) received three nominations for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress (Lonelyhearts, 1958; Airport, 1970; Interiors, 1978) before winning the Oscar the fourth time (Reds, 1981). She also earned six Tony nominations, winning twice: Best Featured Actress for The Rose Tattoo (1951) and Best Actress for The Gingerbread Lady (1971). GEORGE GRIZZARD (1928-2007) who began his career as a stage actor, won rave reviews for his performances on Broadway in The Desperate Hours (1955, his Broadway debut), The Disenchanted (1958, for which he was nominated for a Tony Award), Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1962) and A Delicate Balance (1966, for which he won a Tony Award). In 1962, two years after making his film debut in On the Terrace, Grizzard was cast in Advise and Consent, the first of his many roles as a politician. His film credits also include Wonder Boys (2000), several TV movies and miniseries and guest roles (from 1955) on a number of series, most recently Law & Order (recurring role as Arthur Gold) and Touched By An Angel. Lightly toned. Surface lightly rubbed. Otherwise, fine condition.

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