TWO FOR THE SEESAW MOVIE CAST - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: ANNE BANCROFT, HENRY FONDA - HFSID 251878
TWO FOR THE SEESAW MOVIE CAST: HENRY FONDA and ANNE BANCROFT The famous actress and actor are shown staring at each other in this black and white
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TWO FOR THE SEESAW MOVIE CAST: HENRY FONDA and ANNE BANCROFT
The famous actress and actor are shown staring at each other in this black and white publicity photograph for Two for the Seesaw, in blue ink
Photograph Signed: "Henry Fonda" and "Anne Bancroft" in blue ink. B/w. 8x10. One of the cinema's most enduring actors, HENRY FONDA (1905-1982) enjoyed a highly successful career spanning close to a half century. His first important Broadway part was in the first edition of New Faces in 1934. That was followed by the title role in The Farmer Takes a Wife, which he repeated in Hollywood the following year. Two years later, Fonda was an established star appearing in such films as Jezebel, Jesse James, Young Mr. Lincoln, Drums Along the Mohawk and The Grapes of Wrath. Fonda enlisted and served three years in the Navy during WWII-serving in Air Combat Intelligence in the Central Pacific, he was awarded a Presidential Citation and the Bronze Star. In March 1982, five months before he died at the age of 77, Henry Fonda won his only Academy Award for his performance in On Golden Pond, co-starring Katharine Hepburn and his daughter, Jane Fonda. In 1999, Fonda was named the sixth Greatest Male Star of All Time by the American Film Institute. ANNE BANCROFT (1931-2005) proved her mettle as a serious dramatic actress by winning a Tony for Two for the Seesaw in 1958. Two years later, she won her second Tony and a New York Drama Critics Award for her portrayal of Annie Sullivan in The Miracle Worker. Armed with these triumphs, Bancroft returned to Hollywood to appear in the movie version of The Miracle Worker (1962), reprising her role opposite Patty Duke who played Helen Keller. Her performance earned her an Oscar for Best Actress. She also won an Oscar nomination for her role in the landmark film The Graduate, playing Mrs. Robinson, the ultimate "older woman". Defects from original negative have reproduced at background. Pencil notes (unknown hand) on verso identifying subjects. Lightly creased at corners. Otherwise, fine condition.
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