VIOLENT ROAD MOVIE CAST - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: EFREM ZIMBALIST JR., BRIAN KEITH - HFSID 211790
Sale Price $378.00
VIOLENT ROAD MOVIE CAST: EFREM ZIMBALIST, JR. and BRIAN KEITH
Efrem Zimbalist, Jr. and Brian Keith sign a black and white publicity photograph of a scene from their movie Violent Road.
Photograph signed: "With my very best wishes,/Efrem Zimbalist, Jr." and "Brian Keith". B/w, 10x8 overall, image 9½x7 (one surface). Still from the 1958 film, Violent Road, which starred Zimbalist as George Lawrence and Keith as Mitch Barton. ©1958, Warner Bros. Pictures. Captioned at lower margin. In this film, which was also known as Hell's Highway, six truckers transport unstable, highly explosive rocket fuel through rugged, dangerous country. The son of violinist Efrem Zimbalist and opera star Alma Gluck, EFREM ZIMBALIST, JR. made his film debut in 1949 in House of a Stranger. Although he appeared in a number of films, including the action-flick satire, Hot Shots!, which showcased his zany comedic flair, Zimbalist achieved stardom on the small screen. From 1958-1964, he starred as suave private detective Stuart Bailey on 77 Sunset Strip. In 1965, Zimbalist began his nine-season run as Inspector Lew Erskine on The FBI. He later appeared as con artist Daniel Chalmers on his daughter Stephanie's weekly series Remington Steele (1982-1987) and guested on a number of other series, including Babylon 5 (1997). The son of actor Robert Keith, BRIAN KEITH appeared with his dad in the Broadway debut of Mr. Roberts (1948). A decorated Marine pilot in World War II, Keith (1921-1997) played good guys and bad guys in Western and action films of the 1950s and more varied roles thereafter. He portrayedPresident Teddy Roosevelt in The Wind and the Lion (1975) and TR's predecessor, President McKinley, in The Rough Riders (1997). He was a very popular TV actor whose series highlights included Family Affair (1966-1971), The Brian Keith Show (1972-1974) and Hardcastle and McCormick (1983-1986). Shaded at blank margins. Fine condition.
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