THE SUPPORTING CAST PLAY CAST - SHOW BILL COVER SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: JACK GILFORD, JOYCE VAN PATTEN, GEORGE FURTH - HFSID 294815
THE SUPPORTING CAST PLAY CAST CO-SIGNED BY: GEORGE FURTH, JACK GILFORD and JOYCE VAN PATTEN The writer and two stars of The Supporting Cast sign the cover of a Playbill for a performance at the Biltmore Theatre.
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THE SUPPORTING CAST PLAY CAST CO-SIGNED BY: GEORGE FURTH, JACK GILFORD and JOYCE VAN PATTEN
The writer and two stars of The Supporting Cast sign the cover of a Playbill for a performance at the Biltmore Theatre.
Show Bill Cover signed: "Thank you/George Furth", "Jack Gilford" and "Joyce Van/Patten", 5½x9. A cover of Playbill for a performance of The Supporting Cast at the Biltmore Theatre, New York, New York. The show, written by George Furth and starring Jack Gilford and Joyce Van Patten, opened on August 6, 1981 and closed on September 5, 1981. American actor and playwright GEORGE FURTH (1932-2008) was born in Chicago, Illinois. A graduate of Northwestern University, and Columbia University, he premiered on Broadway in 1961. He wrote several plays including The Supporting Cast, Twigs and Precious Sons, and collaborated with Stephen Sondheim to create Company. He has appeared in numerous films including Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969) and Blazing Saddles (1974), and television shows like Broadside, The Monkees, The Odd Couple, All in the Family, Little House on the Prairie and Murder She Wrote. JACK GILFORD (1907-1990) was twice nominated for a Tony Award for his work in musicals: as Best Featured Actor for A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (1963) and as Best Actor for Cabaret (1967). He was nominated for a 1973 Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role in Save the Tiger. (Jack Lemmon, shown here, won the Best Actor Oscar for the same film.) Gilford made several appearances on The Carol Burnett Show; he had first appeared with Burnett on Broadway in Once Upon a Mattress (1959). Gilford and his wife Madeline, active in political reform causes, were blacklisted in Hollywood during the 1950s. JOYCE VAN PATTEN (b. 1934), whose acting family includes brother Dick Van Patten, was an original cast member of As the World Turns in 1956. Forty years later, she was a regular on the series Unhappily Ever After. In between, she had a recurring role ion The Danny Kaye Show and The Good Guys, and made dozens of guest appearances. Her Broadway credits include Neil Simon's Brighton Beach Memoirs. Feature film credits include the jilted fiancé of Peter Sellers in I Love You, Alice B. Toklas. Lightly toned. Lightly frayed at left edge. Otherwise, fine condition.
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