THE PURPLE HEART MOVIE CAST - PROGRAM PAGE CLIPPING SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: SAM LEVENE, DANA ANDREWS - HFSID 299005
THE PURPLE HEART MOVIE CAST: DANA ANDREWS and SAM LEVENE Shown together in a scene from the 1944 film The Purple Heart, on an 8¼x4½ book page Book Photograph signed: "Dana Andrews" and "Sam Levene", 8¼x4½. Show together in a scene from the 1944 film The Purple Heart
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THE PURPLE HEART MOVIE CAST: DANA ANDREWS and SAM LEVENE
Shown together in a scene from the 1944 film The Purple Heart, on an 8¼x4½ book page
Book Photograph signed: "Dana Andrews" and "Sam Levene", 8¼x4½. Show together in a scene from the 1944 film The Purple Heart. In the film Andrews stars as Captain Harvey Ross and Levene plays the role of Lt. Wayne Greenbaum. DANA ANDREWS (1909-1992) appeared in such films as The Ox-Bow Incident (as the innocent lynching victim, 1943), Laura (1944), The Best Years of Our Lives (1946) and Airport 1975. He also starred in the television series Bright Promise (1969-1970) and made a number of made-for-TV movies. Andrews was President of the Screen Actors Guild from 1963-1965. SAM LEVENE, who was nominated for a 1961 Tony Award for Best Actor in a Play (The Devil's Advocate), debuted on the Great White Way in Wall Street in 1927. His Broadway credits include Dinner at Eight (1932), Three Men on a Horse (1935-1937; revival 1969-1970), Light Up the Sky (1948-1949), Guys and Dolls (1950-1953), The Sunshine Boys (1972-1973) and Horowitz and Mrs. Washington (1980, his last stage appearance before his death from a heart attack). In 1936, Levene made his screen debut, reprising his role as superstitious gambler Patsy in the film version of Three Men on a Horse. That same year, he made the first of two appearances as Lieutenant Abrams in Thin Man films (After the Thin Man, 1936; Shadow of the Thin Man, 1941). Levene appeared in over 30 feature films, his last being ...After the Fall in 1979, as well as in made-for-TV movies, TV anthologies (including The United States Steel Hour and Studio One) and the TV series, The Untouchables (1960). Ink notes (unknown hand) on verso (no show through). Irregulalry cut at bottom edge. Otherwise, fine condition.
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