THE GODDESS MOVIE CAST - INSCRIBED PRINTED PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED IN INK CO-SIGNED BY: LLOYD BRIDGES, KIM STANLEY - HFSID 343395
THE GODDESS MOVIE CAST, CO-SIGNED BY: LLOYD BRIDGES & KIM STANLEY The two stars of the motion picture, The Goddess sign their names on this photograph of a scene from the movie Inscribed printed photograph signed in ink: "Lloyd Bridges/Hi George!
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THE GODDESS MOVIE CAST, CO-SIGNED BY: LLOYD BRIDGES & KIM STANLEY
The two stars of the motion picture, The Goddess sign their names on this photograph of a scene from the movie
Inscribed printed photograph signed in ink: "Lloyd Bridges/Hi George!" and "Best good/wishes for/your happiness/Kim Stanley" in blue ink. After stage experience in stock, Lloyd Bridges (1913-1998) made his Broadway debut in the late 30s in a modern dress version of Othello. In 1941, he was signed by Columbia and during the next four years appeared in some 25 low-budget films. Tall, blonde, and rugged, he was used frequently in westerns and action pictures, sometimes as a heavy. After he left Columbia and began free-lancing in 1945, his roles and films improved and included many lead parts in B pictures and important parts in A pictures. He starred in the TV series Sea Hunt (1958-1961). His films include Here Comes Mr. Jordan (1941), Talk of the Town (1942), Sahara (1943), A Walk in the Sun (1945), The Rainmaker (1956), The Happy Ending (1941), Airplane (1980) and Airplane II (1982). He is the father of actors Beau and Jeff Bridges. Bridges was nominated for two Emmy Awards for a performance in a 1956 episode of The Alcoa Hour and in 1998 as a guest star on Seinfeld. Kim Stanley (1925-2001) was nominated for Tony Awards for her performances in A Touch of the Poet (1959) and A Far Country (1962). She won a Theatre World Award for The Chase (1952), and starred in the Broadway productions of Picnic (1953) and Bus Stop (1955). After narrating the feature film To Kill a Mockingbird (1962), she earned an Oscar nomination as the star of Séance on a Wet Afternoon (1964). Stanley earned another Academy Award nomination for her portrayal of pioneer aviatrix Pancho Barnes in The Right Stuff (1983). She won an Emmy for a TV rendition of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof in 1988. Toned. Corners rounded and slightly creased. Ink note (unknown hand) and typed date on verso. Otherwise, fine condition.
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