VIRGINIA MAYO - PRINTED PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED IN INK - HFSID 322494
Sale Price $198.00
Shown in a captioned still with Randolph Scott in WestBound (1958)
Printed Photograph Signed in Ink: "Virginia/Mayo". Sepia toned, 10x8. Captioned still from WestBound (1958). Virginia Mayo (1920-2005) performed on ballet and vaudevilles stages and in chorus lines before entering films. She starred in comic roles opposite Bob Hope (The Princess and the Pirate, 1944) and in four Danny Kaye films, including Wonder Man (1945). Some of her performances might be described as campy, including her Cleopatra in The Story of Mankind (1957) and King Richard and the Crusaders (1955). The latter includes her line, "Fight, fight, fight. That's all you ever do, Dick Plantagenet!" She delivered critically praised performances as the unfaithful wife of returning war veteran Dana Andrews in The Best Years of Our Lives (1946) and as gangster James Cagney's gun moll in White Heat (1949). Mayo was a frequent TV guest star into the 1980s. Lightly bowed. Corners creased and worn. Otherwise, fine condition.
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