THE GIRL WHO COULDN'T SAY NO MOVIE CAST - PRINTED PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED IN INK CO-SIGNED BY: VIRNA LISI, GEORGE SEGAL - HFSID 299917
THE GIRL WHO COULDN'T SAY NO MOVIE CAST: VIRNA LISI and GEORGE SEGAL Black and white publicity photograph signed by the actor and actress Printed Photograph Signed in Ink: "Virna/Lisi", "George Segal", B/w 10x8.
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THE GIRL WHO COULDN'T SAY NO MOVIE CAST: VIRNA LISI and GEORGE SEGAL
Black and white publicity photograph signed by the actor and actress
Printed Photograph Signed in Ink: "Virna/Lisi", "George Segal", B/w 10x8. Virna Lisi and George Segal are shown in the 1968 film The Girl Who Couldn't Say No. Verna Lisi (1937-2014) was an Italian actress with over a hundred movies and TV shows to her credit, most of them Italian-language productions. Lisi was little more than eye-candy in her early roles, although she held her own comedically opposite Jack Lemmon in How to Murder Your Wife (1965), her American debut. After a few years playing sexy roles in the United States, she went back to Europe in search of meatier ones. She proved her depth as a malevolent Catherine de Medici in La Reine Margot (1994), which won her awards at the Cannes and César Film Festivals. She has since been seen mostly as a character and supporting actress. George Segal, born in Great Neck, Long Island, New York in 1934, quickly established himself as one of Hollywood's most accomplished young character actors; in 1967, he received an Oscar nomination for his portrayal of Nick in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf . When one compiles a list of favorite films from the late 1960s-early 1970s, one usually spends a great deal of time exclaiming "Hey! Segal was in that, too." Some of the highlights of his film career include St. Valentine's Day Massacre (1967), No Way to Treat a Lady (1968), The Owl and the Pussycat (1970), Where's Poppa? (1970), A Touch of Class (1973) and Look Who's Talking (1989). Segal was honored with the 1990 Jewish Cultural Achievement Award. Actor/director RICHARD BENJAMIN, born in New York City in 1938, began his career on the stage, directing the London production of Barefoot in the Park (1965) and the following year, made his Broadway acting debut in The Star Spangled Girl for which he won a Theatre World Award for his performance. In 1967, he appeared with his wife, Paula Prentiss, in the TV situation comedy He and She. Benjamin made his first screen appearance in Goodbye Columbus and later appeared in such films as Catch-22 (1969), Portnoy's Complaint (1972), Westworld (1973), The Sunshine Boys (1976) and Love at First Bite (1980). He made his directorial bow with My Favorite Year (1982), and continues to favor directing over acting. Fine condition.
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