THE IN-LAWS MOVIE CAST - COLLECTION WITH PETER FALK, NANCY DUSSAULT, ALAN ARKIN, BARBARA DANA - HFSID 299957
THE IN-LAWS MOVIE CAST: ALAN ARKIN, PETER FALK, NANCY DUSSAULT and BARBARA DANA Two publicity photographs for the 1979 film, signed by four cast members. Collection: 1) Photograph signed: "Peter Falk", "Alan/Arkin". B/w, 10x8. Movie still from The In-Laws (1979). Fine condition.
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THE IN-LAWS MOVIE CAST: ALAN ARKIN, PETER FALK, NANCY DUSSAULT and BARBARA DANA
Two publicity photographs for the 1979 film, signed by four cast members.
Collection: 1) Photograph signed: "Peter Falk", "Alan/Arkin". B/w, 10x8. Movie still from The In-Laws (1979). Fine condition. 2) Photograph signed: "Barbara Dana" and "Nancy Dussault", B/w 10x8. Movie still from The In-Laws (1979). Fine condition. In The In-Laws, Arkin plays a dentist dragged into a manic spy caper by Falk, his new brother in law. Dussault plays Arkin's sister and Dana plays a bank teller. Multi-Actor, director, songwriter and singer ALAN ARKIN (b. 1934) made his Hollywood debut in the gentle but hilarious sleeper The Russians Are Coming! The Russians Are Coming! (1966). Arkin's portrayal of a Russian officer posing as a Norwegian sailor in a Nantucket town won him his first Oscar nomination. The following year, he demonstrated his versatility by offering a chilling portrayal of a villain in Wait Until Dark. Further acclaim greeted the actor in 1968 when received his second Oscar nomination for his portrayal of a deaf-mute in The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter. The role also won Arkin a New York Film Critics Circle award. He continued riding high in 1970, when he played Yossarian, the part for which he is still best remembered, in Mike Nichols' serio-comic adaptation of Joseph Heller's Catch-22. Five years later, he earned a second New York Film Critics Circle award for his work in Hearts of the West. His career enjoyed a second wind in the 1990s, with the actor appearing in substantial roles in a number of films. Some of the highlights included Edward Scissorhands (1990), Glengarry Glen Ross (1992) and Grosse Pointe Blank (1997). PETER FALK (1927-2011), lost an eye at the age of three, resulting in the odd, squinting gaze which later became his trademark. Best known as the rumpled television detective Columbo, the character actor has also enjoyed a successful film career spanning over 40 years. He won two Emmys for his television work and earned two Best Supporting Actor Oscar nominations (Murder Inc., 1961 and Pocketful of Miracles, 1962). Singer and actress NANCY DUSSAULT (b. 1936) took over the role of Maria in West Side Story in 1961. She secured two Tony nominations as Best Featured Actress in a Musical (Do Re Mi, 1961; Bajour, 1965). She may be best remembered, however, as Ted Knight's spouse on the TV sitcom Too Close for Comfort (1981-1986). She was also a regular on The New Dick Van Dyke Show and Mad About You. In 1975 she became the first co-anchor of Good Morning America. She made several TV guest appearances, including Alias and Judging Amy, early in the new century. American actress BARBARA DANA (b. 1940) was born in New York City, New York. She has appeared in films and television series for over 50 years, most notably Sesame Street (1970-1971), The In-Laws (1979), Harry (1987) and Law & Order (2006). Two Items.
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