THE LAST OF MRS. CHEYNEY PLAY CAST - INSCRIBED SHOW BILL SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: DEBORAH KERR, MONTE MARKHAM, DONAL DONNELLY - HFSID 310692
THE LAST OF MRS. CHEYNEY PLAY CAST: DEBORAH KERR, MONTE MARKHAM and DONAL DONNELLY All three sign the Boston playbill, which bears Kerr's image. Show Bill inscribed and signed: "Best Wishes/Deborah Kerr", "For Kevin/Thank you/Monte Markham", "For Kevin/Everything good/Donal Donnelly", 30 pages, 5¾x9.
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THE LAST OF MRS. CHEYNEY PLAY CAST: DEBORAH KERR, MONTE MARKHAM and DONAL DONNELLY
All three sign the Boston playbill, which bears Kerr's image.
Show Bill inscribed and signed: "Best Wishes/Deborah Kerr", "For Kevin/Thank you/Monte Markham", "For Kevin/Everything good/Donal Donnelly", 30 pages, 5¾x9. Playbill for a 1978 revival of the play The Last of Mrs. Cheney at the Shubert Theatre, Boston. Scottish-born actress DEBORAH KERR (1921-2007) trained as a ballerina. However, she soon discovered that she was more interested in drama and began playing minor roles in Shakespearean productions. Kerr, who made her film debut in Major Barbara (1941), typically played reserved, well-bred ladies. On the strength of her sensitive portrayal of a nun in Black Narcissus (1947), she was brought to Hollywood to play the lead opposite Clark Gable in The Hucksters. Kerr received Best Actress Academy Award nominations for six films: Edward, My Son (1949), From Here to Eternity (1953), The King and I (1956), Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison (1959), Separate Tables (1958) and The Sundowners (1960). Actor/singer MONTE MARKHAM (b. 1935) has appeared on Broadway (including Irene, 1973, for which he won the World Theatre Award), on the big screen (in such feature films as Midway, 1976, and Airport '77, 1977) and starred on several TV series, beginning with The Second Hundred Years (1967-1968). His other series include Mr. Deeds Goes to Town (1969-1970), The New Perry Mason (1973-1974), Dallas (1981), Baywatch (1989-1992), Air Combat (1993, host) and Melrose Place (1994), and Markham has guest starred on a long list of TV series since 1966. DONAL DONNELLY (1931-2010) was an Irish theatre and film actor born in England. He has a number of stage credits, appearing in 11 Broadway plays, starring in three of them: Sherlock's Lost Case (1987), Ghetto (1989), and Translations (1995). He is better known for his roles on the screen, appearing in over 40 titles. Most notably, he appeared in The Godfather: Part III (1990), playing the character of Archbishop Gilday. The Last of Mrs. Cheyney, a play by Frederick Lonsdale, premiered in London in 1925. It was made into three movies, with Norma Shearer (1929), Joan Crawford (1937) and Greer Garson (1951) in the title roles. This 1978 revival was less successful, however, opening in Boston to bad reviews and never produced in New York. Fine condition.
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