THE UGLY DACHSHUND MOVIE CAST - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: SUZANNE PLESHETTE, DEAN JONES - HFSID 322418
THE UGLY DACHSHUND MOVIE CAST Still from the 1966 film, signed by stars Suzanne Pleshette and Dean Jones Photograph signed: "Best always./Suzanne/Pleshette", "Dean Jones", in black felt tip, Color 10x8.
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THE UGLY DACHSHUND MOVIE CAST Still from the 1966 film, signed by stars Suzanne Pleshette and Dean Jones Photograph signed: "Best always./Suzanne/Pleshette", "Dean Jones", in black felt tip, Color 10x8. DEAN JONES (1931-2015) began his show business career as a blues singer, but he is best known as an actor. Best known for his appearances in light-hearted fare, such as the Disney films, The Ugly Dachshund (1965), The Love Bug (1968) and The Boatniks (1970), Jones made his film debut in 1956, appearing in six films that year, including Tea and Sympathy. His other film credits include Jailhouse Rock (1957), The New Interns (1964), The Shaggy D.A. (1976), Beethoven (1992) and Clear and Present Danger (1994), and Jones has also starred in a number of religious-themed documentaries as well as made-for-TV movies. His other small screen credits include two TV series, The Chicago Teddy Bears (1971) and Herbie, the Love Bug (1982), as well as numerous appearances on Disneyland and guest starring roles on a number of other TV series. Jones, who has also appeared on Broadway, published his autobiography, Under Running Laughter, in 1982. After some TV experience, SUZANNE PLESHETTE (1937-2008, born in New York City) made her film debut in Jerry Lewis' The Geisha Boy (1958), then went on to replace Ann Bancroft as star of Broadway's The Miracle Worker in 1961. She is perhaps best known for her portrayal of Emily Hartley on The Bob Newhart Show (1972-1978). Pleshette later starred in several short-lived TV series, including Maggie Briggs (1984), Bridges to Cross (1986), and The Boys Are Back (1994), and has also been a ubiquitous presence in such made-for-TV movies as Leona Helmsley: The Queen of Mean (1990). Anime fans may know her as the voices of the witches Yubaba and Zeniba from the English-dubbed release of Hayao Miyazaki's Spirited Away (2001). Corners slightly worn. Light surface creases. Fine condition.
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