THE SACCA TWINS - INSCRIBED PRINTED PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED IN INK 1985 CO-SIGNED BY: TONY SACCA, ROBERT SACCA - HFSID 89480
THE SACCA TWINS: TONY SACCA and ROBERT SACCA The talented twin brothers are ready to perform, matching in their tuxedos with microphones in their hands in promotional photograph Inscribed printed photograph signed:
Sale Price $90.00
THE SACCA TWINS: TONY SACCA and ROBERT SACCA
The talented twin brothers are ready to perform, matching in their tuxedos with microphones in their hands in promotional photograph
Inscribed printed photograph signed: "To David/ To a friend/ in Las Vegas/ 85/ Tony Sacca" in blue ink and "To David/ keep up the/ good work/ Robert Sacca" in black ink. B/w, 8x10. Management information in the bottom margin. 1985. Identical twin show business partners Tony Sacca (1951-2017) and Robert Sacca (1951-1999) are best remembered for their Las Vegas stage and late night television shows. They had been performing around the country when, while performing at the El San Juan Hotel in Puerto Rico that they were discovered by magicians Siegfried and Roy who urged the brothers to move to Las Vegas, which they did in 1981. After three years performing in the MGM Grand's lounge, their show Live from Las Vegas appeared on television in 1986, although Robert left the show six months later. Tony kept up the show for years under the names The Tony Sacca Show, Celebrity Magazine, and Entertainment Las Vegas Style. Robert moved back to Philadelphia in the 1990s and was diagnosed with leukemia before dying tragically at the age of 48. Ink mark on verso. Fine condition.
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