THE LAST COMMAND MOVIE CAST - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: ERNEST BORGNINE, STERLING HAYDEN - HFSID 278380
THE LAST COMMAND MOVIE CAST, CO-SIGNED BY: ERNEST BORGNINE, STERLING HAYDEN Signed b/w photo of Borgnine and Hayden in costume on the set of The Last Command. This movie was released the same year that Borgnine gave an Academy Award-winning performance in Marty
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THE LAST COMMAND MOVIE CAST, CO-SIGNED BY: ERNEST BORGNINE, STERLING HAYDEN
Signed b/w photo of Borgnine and Hayden in costume on the set of The Last Command. This movie was released the same year that Borgnine gave an Academy Award-winning performance in Marty.
Signed photograph signed "Sterling Hayden" and "Ernest/Borgnine" in blue ink. With notations in black ink on verso in unknown hand. B/w, 7¾x9¾ overall, 7¼x9¼ image, one surface. According to notes on the back of this photo, this was taken on the set of The Texas Legionnaires, which was shot between March 1 and March 20, 1955. This is probably from The Last Command (1955), a Republic Studios re-telling of the Battle of the Alamo, with Hayden as Jim Bowie and Borgnine as Mike Radin and which had the working title The Texas Legionnaires. This movie was released the same year as Marty, which earned Borgnine an Oscar for his acting. In 1955, BORGNINE (1917-2012) proved his versatility in the film version of Paddy Chayefsky's acclaimed television play, Marty. Borgnine's moving portrayal earned him an Academy Award, a British Academy Award, a Cannes Festival award, and an award from both the New York Film Critics and the National Board of Review. In 1962, he was cast in the role for which he is most remembered by baby boomers, Quentin McHale in the sitcom, McHale's Navy (ironically, Borgnine had served in the U.S. Navy for ten years before becoming an actor). During the 1960s and 1970s, Borgnine appeared in several films, including The Dirty Dozen (1966), Ice Station Zebra (1968) and The Wild Bunch (1969). Following the demise of McHale's Navy, Borgnine continued his busy career. His other notable features include The Poseidon Adventure (1972) and Law and Disorder (1974). Spongebob Squarepants fans may also recognize his voice as that of over-the-hill superhero Mermaid Man. Borgnine was married to his third wife, Ethel Merman, from June 26 to July 28, 1964. HAYDEN (1916-1986, born Sterling Relyea Walter in Upper Montclair, New Jersey) was billed by Paramount studios as "The Most Beautiful Man in the Movies" in 1941, the year he made his film debut. Hayden's film credits include The Asphalt Jungle (1950), So Big (1953), Johnny Guitar (1954), Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964), The Godfather (1972), The Long Goodbye (1973), Nine to Five (1980) and Venom (1981, his last film. Hayden also appeared in two TV miniseries, The Godfather Saga (1977) and The Blue and the Gray (1982), and he made guest appearances in anthologies and series on the small screen from 1956. Hayden, whose real life was as exciting as some of the roles he played, published his autobiography, The Wanderer, in 1963, and a novel, Voyage, in 1976. Lightly toned, creased and bowed. Pen skipped while signing signatures. Light spotting on image (not visible head-on). Errors on negative were reproduced on photo. Otherwise in fine condition.
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