THE SOUND AND FURY MOVIE CAST - AUTOGRAPHED INSCRIBED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: YUL BRYNNER, MARGARET LEIGHTON - HFSID 55941
THE SOUND AND THE FURY MOVIE CAST: YUL BRYNNER and MARGARET LEIGHTON Two stars of The Sound and The Fury inscribed a black and white scene from their film.
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THE SOUND AND THE FURY MOVIE CAST: YUL BRYNNER and MARGARET LEIGHTON Two stars of The Sound and The Fury inscribed a black and white scene from their film. Photograph inscribed and signed "To Roy/ Yul Brynner" and "To Roy/Best Wishes/ Margaret Leighton". B/w, 7¼x9. Scene from the 1959 film, The Sound and The Fury. In this film, Brynner is the oldest son of a once-proud Southern family rife with inner turmoil. One family member, Margaret Leighton, is a sex addict; one byproduct of her carelessness is an illegitimate daughter, played by Joanne Woodward. Actor YUL BRYNNER (1915-1988) was born on Sakhalin Island, Russia. After performing in various entertainment roles in Paris, he came to the U.S. in 1940. He appeared in several successful films, including Anastasia and The Ten Commandments (both 1956), The Magnificent Seven (1960) and Westworld (1973). He's best known as the stage and screen star of The King and I (1956 film), the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical for which he won a Tony Award (1951) and then an Oscar (1956). He starred in nationwide revival tours of the play in 1977 and 1985. Other screen credits include a reprisal of his role as the Gunslinger from Westworld (1973) in the sequel Futureworld (1976). LEIGHTON rose to prominence in the late '40s; over the next decade she became a highly respected actress for her work in both London and Broadway, typically portraying fragile, neurotic women. For her performances in the Broadway plays Separate Tables (1956) and The Night of the Iguana (1962) she won Tony Awards. Onscreen from the late '40s, she appeared in numerous films over nearly three decades. For her work in The Go-Between (1971) she received a Best Supporting Actress Oscar nomination. Minor flaws from negative have reproduced in image background. Ink stamp on verso (no show through). Minor wear at corners. Otherwise, fine condition.
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