TIME AFTER TIME MOVIE CAST - LASER MEDIA COVER SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: MALCOLM McDOWELL, MARY STEENBURGEN - HFSID 278745
Sale Price $288.00
TIME AFTER TIME MOVIE CAST: MALCOLM MCDOWELL, MARY
Laserdisc cover for Time After Time, signed by stars McDowell and Steenburgen
Laserdisc signed "Mary Steenburgen" in blue ink and "M McDowell" in black ink. Color, 12¼x12¼. Disc not included. Artwork and photography ©1987 Warner Home Video Inc., content ©1979 Warner Bros. Inc. McDowell starred as author H. G. Wells and Steenburgen as his modern-day love interest Amy Robbins, both of whom hunt for Jack the Ripper in the time travel adventure Time After Time (1979). MCDOWELL, born Malcolm John Taylor in Leeds, Yorkshire, England, is an English actor with over 160 TV shows and movies as of this biography, but he's probably best known for his role as sociopath-turned-guinea-pig Alex in A Clockwork Orange (1971). McDowell has a tendency to play charismatic - even charming - evil characters, including the title role in Caligula (1979) and, more recently, occultist Vater Orlaag in Metalocalypse, as well as playing the heavy in a number of B-movies. Some of his less diabolical characters include Nick Travis in If... (1968) and H. G. Wells in Time After Time (1979). He's also lent his voice to a number of TV cartoons in recent years. Star Trek fans know McDowell as mad Dr. Tolian Soran, who killed Captain James T. Kirk in Star Trek: Generations (1994). STEENBURGEN, born in Newport, Arkansas in 1953, was spotted by Jack Nicholson, who cast her as his feisty frontier wife in 1978's Goin' South. Two years later, she won a Best Supporting Actress Oscar for her performance as Melvin Dummar's inamorata in Melvin and Howard (1980). Able to convey a wide age and character range, some of Steenburgen's film highlights include Philadelphia (1993), What's Eating Gilbert Grape (1993), Nixon (1995) and The Grass Harp (1995). Married to Ted Danson, the two have collaborated on a number of projects, including 1994's Pontiac Moon and the made-for-TV Gulliver's Travels in 1996. With price tag remnant on front cover. Lightly scratched, scuffed and creased. Otherwise in fine condition.
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