WATERGATE; A MUSICAL! PLAY CAST - AUTOGRAPHED INSCRIBED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: GENE BARRY, JOHN STEELE, BETTY C. BARRY, ED HERLIHY - HFSID 322088
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WATERGATE; A MUSICAL! PLAY CAST
A showbill for the play at Alliance Theatre, signed by Gene Barry and his wife, Ed Herlihy, and John Steele
Inscribed show bill signed: "Gene Barry", "Best of Luck!/John Steele", "Ed Herlihy", "To Jamie/from/Betty C Barry", 6 pages, 5½x8½. Showbill for a production of Watergate; A Musical! at Alliance Theatre, 1982. Actor GENE BARRY (1919-2009) starred in radio, stage, film and television. He is best known for his portrayal of dapper, well-dressed leading characters in television series. Barry's television works include Our Miss Brooks, Bat Masterson, Burke's Law and The Name of the Game. In 1964, Burke's Law won a Golden Globe Award for Best Television Show; Gene Barry won a Golden Globe Award for Best Television Star (Male). Always the epitome of diamond-in-the-rough masculinity, Barry astounded his fans in the mid-1980s by accepting the role of an aging homosexual in the stage musical version of the French film comedy La Cage Aux Follies. ED HERLIHY (1909-1999) was a voice personality and actor, known as the voice of Kraft Foods radio and television commercials. He began his career in radio in the 1930's, announcing for shows including America's Town Meeting, The Big Show, The Falcon, Mr. District Attorney, and Just Plain Bill. It was in 1947 that Herlihy began voicing commercials for Kraft, also lending his voice to Kraft Television Theater in the 1950's. He used his distinctive and charming voice to break into a career of acting, appearing in several films, and a small number of theatre productions. BETTY C. BARRY (1923-2003), the spouse of actor Gene Barry, had a minor acting career, making guest appearances on television, and appearing in a small number of plays. Outside of Watergate; A Musical!, JOHN STEELE has appeared in a Broadway production of The Maid of the Mountains (1918). Lightly toned. Light surface creases. Faint stains across top. Tickets stapled to verso. Tape on verso. Otherwise, fine condition.
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