THE WAYWARD STORK PLAY CAST - INSCRIBED SHOW BILL SIGNED CIRCA 1964 CO-SIGNED BY: MARJORIE LORD, HAL MARCH, RICHARD ARMBRUSTER - HFSID 322075
THE WAYWARD STORK PLAY CAST, CO-SIGNED BY: MARJORIE LORD, HAL MARCH, RICHARD ARMBRUSTER Showbill signed by for a production in Charlotte, North Carolina by three of the cast members Inscribed show bill signed: "To Don!
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THE WAYWARD STORK PLAY CAST, CO-SIGNED BY: MARJORIE LORD, HAL MARCH, RICHARD ARMBRUSTER Showbill signed by for a production in Charlotte, North Carolina by three of the cast members Inscribed show bill signed: "To Don!/Best Wishes/Marjorie Lord", "Hal March", "Richard Armbruster", 10 pages, 5½x8½. Showbill for a production of The Wayward Stork at the Charlotte Summer Theatre, Charlotte, North Carolina, August 25-30, 1964. Signed on front cover. While still in high school, stage, screen and television actress MARJORIE LORD (1918-2015) appeared in two Wheeler and Woolsey comedies, High Flyer and Hideaway. Starring roles in the 1940s included Sherlock Holmes in Washington and Johnny Come Lately (both 1943). She reached a wider audience as Danny Thomas' wife on Make Room for Daddy (1957-1964), and Lord made frequent TV guest appearances into the 1980s. She is the mother of actress Anne Archer. HAL MARCH (1920-1970) was a radio and television personality, most known as being the host of the quiz show The $64,000 Question. March got his start in comedy and radio, appearing alongside Bob Sweeney as "Sweeney and March". The duo would get a short lived radio show before March made the transition to television, partnering up with fellow comedian Tom D'Andrea for several appearances on The Colgate Comedy Hour. His biggest career jump was as the host of The $64,000 Question (1955), but the show was unfortunately cancelled after the quiz show scandals rampant in the 1950's. He remained active, in regional theatre for example, but gained no national headlines for over a decade. In 1969, he got a lucky break, being asked to host the game show It's Your Bet. But bad news followed the good news; he was soon diagnosed with terminal cancer. The late host and actor has two stars on the Walk of Fame, one for radio and one for television. RICHARD ARMBRUSTER, though less well known than Lord or March, appeared in three Broadway shows between 1955 and 1960, beginning with a revival of South Pacific, played supporting roles in two movies, and appeared in two episodes of Marcus Welby, M. D. (1974). This production preceded the short Broadway run of The Wayward Stork (1966), which featured a different cast. Toned. Pin holes in top left and right corner of showbill. Light surface creases. Corners lightly worn and creased. Toned on margins of sheet. Ink note (unknown hand) on top right corner. Edges worn and creased on sheet. Otherwise, fine condition.
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