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THE TIME OF YOUR LIFE PLAY CAST - INSCRIBED SHOW BILL SIGNED CIRCA 1941 CO-SIGNED BY: JULIE HAYDON, EDDIE DOWLING - HFSID 322039

THE TIME OF YOUR LIFE PLAY CAST: EDDIE DOWLING and JULIE HAYDON Both sign the showbill for a Hartford production of the Pulitzer Prize-winning play, inscribed by Haydon "To You!" Show Bill inscribed and signed: "Eddie Dowling", "To you!/Julie Haydon", 2 pages, 6½x9¼ affixed to a 9x12 sheet.

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THE TIME OF YOUR LIFE PLAY CAST: EDDIE DOWLING and JULIE HAYDON
Both sign the showbill for a Hartford production of the Pulitzer Prize-winning play, inscribed by Haydon "To You!"
Show Bill inscribed and signed: "Eddie Dowling", "To you!/Julie Haydon", 2 pages, 6½x9¼ affixed to a 9x12 sheet. Showbill for a one-night only performance of The Time of Your Life, at Horace Bushnell Memorial Hall, Hartford, Connecticut, February 27, 1941. (This William Saroyan play, directed by Dowling, was coming off a successful Broadway run, with Haydon in the original cast. The Pulitzer Prize-winning play (1940) has been revived on the Great White Way in 1955. 1969 and 1975.) EDDIE DOWLING (1895-1976, born Joseph Nelson Goucher in Woonsocket, Rhode Island) was an American stage actor, producer, director and songwriter with 36 Broadway credits between 1919 and 1956, including directing credits on the Broadway premieres of two Eugene O'Neill plays: The Glass Menagerie (1945-6), which he also starred in and produced; and The Iceman Cometh (1945-6). JULIE HAYDON (1910-1994), born Donatella Donaldson, made her film debut in the Johnny Mack Brown Western The Great Meadow (1931). She starred opposite Noel Coward in The Scoundrel (1935), and was featured in A Family Affair (1937), the first of the Andy Hardy movies. She made no films after 1937, but starred on Broadway in William Saroyan's The Time of Your Life (1939) and originated the role of Laura in Tennessee Williams' The Glass Menagerie (1945). She performed often on the TV playhouses of the early 1950s. She married drama critic George Jean Nathan in 1955, editing collections of his writings. Very heavily toned. Tape on top margin; stained from adhesive. Indentations and wear on bottom right corner of showbill. Corners lightly worn and creased. Ink notes (unknown hand) on sheet. Light surface creases. Pin holes in center of showbill. Otherwise, fine condition.

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