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THE RIVALS PLAY CAST - SHOW BILL SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: WALTER HAMPDEN, EVA LE GALLIENNE, BOBBY CLARK - HFSID 182136

THE RIVALS PLAY CAST: EVA LE GALLIENNE, BOBBY CLARK and WALTER HAMPDEN All three sign the show bill for a 1942 Theatre Guild production of the classic play. Show Bill signed: "Eva Le Gallienne", "Bobby Clark", "Walter Hampden", 4 pages (integral leaf), 6x9.

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THE RIVALS PLAY CAST: EVA LE GALLIENNE, BOBBY CLARK and WALTER HAMPDEN
All three sign the show bill for a 1942 Theatre Guild production of the classic play.
Show Bill signed: "Eva Le Gallienne", "Bobby Clark", "Walter Hampden", 4 pages (integral leaf), 6x9. Theatre Guild production of Richard Sheridan's play, "The Rivals", performed at the Pabst Theatre (Milwaukee, Wisconsin), January 8-10, 1942. London-born American actress, writer and stage producer/director EVA LE GALLIENNE (1899-1991) had 77 Broadway productions and 15 TV shows and movies to her credit. She was nominated for the 1980 Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her portrayal of Ellen Burstyn's Grandma Pearl in Resurrection (1980) and for the 1981 Tony Award for Best Actress in a Play for To Grandmother's House We Go (1981). BOBBY CLARK (1888-1960), a vaudeville comedian, made 36 two-reel comedies, co-starring Paul McCullough, for RKO between 1928 and 1936. He never made another movie after McCullough's suicide, but starred on Broadway in a series of musical comedies through 1951. WALTER HAMPDEN (1879-1955) was a prominent American stage actor closely associated with the role of Cyrano de Bergerac, which he first performed in 1923. Hampden formed his own repertory company, was President of the Players' Club for 27 years, and appeared in supporting roles in several films, from The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1939) to The Vagabond King (1956). "The Rivals," the first production of English playwright Richard Brinsley Sheridan, was first produced in 1775, and was a favorite of both George Washington and King George III. A musical adaptation was created in 1935. Toned and creased. Multiple folds. Multiple notches at edges. Otherwise, fine condition.

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