THE ROCKET MAN MOVIE CAST (1954) - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: JOHN AGAR, ANNE FRANCIS, BEVERLY GARLAND, GEORGE "FOGHORN" WINSLOW - HFSID 294867
THE ROCKET MAN MOVIE CAST: JOHN AGAR, ANNE FRANCIS, BEVERLY GARLAND and GEORGE "FOGHORN" WINSLOW Photograph for the 1954 film of that name, signed by all four near their respective images Photograph signed:
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THE ROCKET MAN MOVIE CAST: JOHN AGAR, ANNE FRANCIS, BEVERLY GARLAND and GEORGE "FOGHORN" WINSLOW Photograph for the 1954 film of that name, signed by all four near their respective images Photograph signed: "John Agar", "Anne Francis", "Beverly Garland", "George/'Foghorn'/Winslow". Color, 10x8. Lobby card for The Rocket Man (1954). An apparently rising star in such war and Western films as She Wore a Yellow Ribbon (1949), handsome actor JOHN AGAR (1921-2002) was largely consigned to low budget science fiction movies after his divorce from Shirley Temple in 1949 (the 27-year-old actor had married 17-year-old Temple in 1945 after a whirlwind courtship). He later appeared in three Westerns with friend John Wayne (1969-1971) and was often sought for film and TV character roles. A child radio celebrity in the 1930s, ANNE FRANCIS (born 1930) broke into film in the next decade. Her best movie roles were in the mid-1950s; Bad Day At Black Rock, The Blackboard Jungle and Forbidden Planet. Her most recent movie is Have You Seen My Son? (1996). Francis starred in two TV series, Honey West (1965-1966, receiving a Golden Globe Award for this role) and Riptide (1984-1985). She has made dozens of TV guest appearances. Beginning films in 1949 (D. O. A), BEVERLY GARLAND (1926-2008) appeared in several Science Fiction films of the 1950s before getting her own TV series, Policewoman Decoy (1957). Garland became by the 1960s a favorite TV spouse and mother. She played a wife on The Bing Crosby Show (1964) and the final seasons of My Three Sons (1969-1972), and a mom on Remington Steele (1982-1986) and Scarecrow and Mrs. King (1983-1987). GEORGE WINSLOW (1946-2015), a child actor with fine comic skills and a deep bass voice, made his first TV appearance on Art Linkletter's program. He was such a hit that Linkletter, contrary to his usual policy, brought Winslow back for about 20 shows. Cary Grant saw one of these, and wanted Winslow for his movie Room for One More (1952). This was the first of 11 film appearances for the boy, soon called "Foghorn," who was soon upstaging Grant (again in Monkey Business) and even Marilyn Monroe (in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, 1953). He made several appearances on TV sitcoms, including Ozzie and Harriet. Winslow did not continue acting as an adult, reverting to his birth name of Wentzlaff and becoming a photographer. In later years he shunned publicity of all sorts, making his autograph a rare one. Fine condition.
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