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FAYE DUNAWAY AUTOGRAPH

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Dorothy Faye Dunaway was born January 14, 1941.  Faye is an American actress. Over the course of her career Dunaway has starred in a variety of films, from the most critically acclaimed including Bonnie and Clyde, Chinatown and Network, to blockbusters such as The Towering Inferno and the camp classic Mommie Dearest. Original Faye Dunaway Autograph, signed on an advertisement for Norell. Approx. size 5 x 8 1/2 inches. Regular Price - $ 95.00 / Sale Price - $ 42.00.


LULU GLASER AUTOGRAPH

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Lulu Glaser was born June 2, 1874 in Sewickly, Pennsylvania and died September 5, 1958. Lulu Glaser was an early fan of the theater. The singing lessons she took since early childhood paid off when she managed to convince her parents to allow her to audition for a role in the Francis Wilson Opera Company. Wilson himself took an immediate liking to her and admitted her into his chorus. After six months, as a result of a cold that the leading lady had caught, Lulu Glaser was called upon to take her place as the star in The Lion Tamer. The leading lady soon left the company, following Glaser's immediate success as her replacement, and Glaser proceeded to take over all of her roles, including those in The Merry Monarch and Erminie. By the 1895-96 season, Glaser was promoted to the role of prima donna of the company. She was featured in The Chieftain and Half a King. In 1900 Glaser left Wilson's company to open the Lulu Glaser Opera Company where her first production, Sweet Anne Page, received lukewarm receptions. However, her second production, Dolly Varden, which opened the following year, was to be her biggest hit. For the next three years, Dolly Varden created a successful business on the road. From 1904-1912, in addition to her first marriage and divorce with Ralph Herz, there was a succession of new operas, most directed by a variety of managers. None of them managed to attract even close to the amount of attention that Dolly Varden received. A Madcap Princess came first, followed by Miss Dolly Dollars, The Aero Club, Lola from Berlin, and The Merry Widow. Mlle. Mischief, under the management of the Shubert Brothers, followed and became Glaser's biggest success since Dolly Varden. The next two productions, The Girl from the States and The Girl and the Kaiser, also managed by the Shubert Brothers, however, were dismal failures, and her last comic opera in 1911, Miss Dudelsack, convinced her to withdraw from the theater scene. For several years afterwards, Glaser performed short musical sketches with her second husband, Thomas Richards, from whom she later divorced. However, by 1917, she had stopped performing altogether and slipped away into quiet farm life to raise chickens in Connecticut. Lulu Glaser passed away on September 5, 1958, at the age of 84. Original Lulu Glaser Autograph, signed on cut card stock. Dated 1898. Approx. size 2 1/8 x 3 3/8 inches. Regular Price - $ 98.00 / Sale Price - $ 44.95.


ALICE NEILSEN AUTOGRAPH

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Alice Nielsen was born 1872 - died 1943.  Alice was a Broadway performer and operatic soprano who had her own opera company and starred in several Victor Herbert operettas. In New York, Nielsen became a Broadway star in Victor Herbert's The Serenade. Forming her own production company, Nielsen toured North America for three years before reaching London in 1901 in The Fortune Teller. Pushed by business conflicts, Nielsen abandoned her Company and left to study Opera in Italy. She eventually returned to London with Enrico Caruso and Antonio Scotti for a season of opera at Covent Garden in 1904. Their La Bohème was regarded as a masterpiece of ensemble performance. In the summer of 1905 Nielsen opened the Shubert's Waldorf Theatre with Eleonora Duse in a joint program of related opera and drama. One night Duse would act Camille, the next night Nielsen woud sing Traviata. That fall Nielsen returned to America, touring in operas. She added Lillian Nordica and Constantino to her company. They made a winter season of opera in New Orleans for two years. After a week of Boston concerts, Eben Jordan offered to build the Boston Opera House for Alice Nielsen and her Company. The plan was quickly realized. In 1908 Boston Opera House opened, the finest in America. The Boston Opera folded amid the turmoil of World War One. Nielsen was a popular recording artist in sessions conducted by Arthur Pryor, an old friend from St. Joseph, Missouri. Her concert tours were also popular. Nielsen was the highest-paid singer on the Chautauqua circuit, traveling in a private train car with entourage and dog. She sang in joint concerts with John McCormack and others. "I only sang the songs I wanted to sing," she stated. Victor Herbert wrote four shows for Nielsen. After a brief return to Broadway in 1917's Belasco-inspired "Kitty Darlin'," with lyrics by P. G. Wodehouse, who was fired three weeks before opening, Nielsen married New York surgeon LeRoy Stoddard. She stopped touring, yet continued concerts until shortly before her death in 1943.


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Original Alice Nielson Autograph, signed on cut paper (mounted on a slightly larger piece of paper). Written: Sincerley Yours Alice Nielsen. Approx. size 3 5/8 x 5 1/2 inches. Regular Price - $ 75.00 / Sale Price - $ 36.00.


GERALDINE FARRAR AUTOGRAPH

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Geraldine Farrar was born February 28, 1882 – died March 11, 1967.  Farrar was an opera singer and film actress whose stage presence earned her a fanatic following of Gerryflappers in the early 20th century. Farrar was born in Melrose, Massachusetts, the daughter of Sidney Farrar and his wife Henrietta Barnes. She studied voice in Boston, New York, Paris, and in Berlin with famed soprano Lilli Lehmann as was recommended to her by Lillian Nordica, creating a sensation in that city with her debut as Marguerite in Gounod's Faust in 1901, and appearing in the title rôles of Mignon and Manon, and as Juliette in Gounod's Roméo et Juliette. Among her fans in Berlin was Crown Prince Wilhelm of Germany, with whom she is believed to have conducted an affair beginning in 1903. After appearing at Monte Carlo she made her debut at the Metropolitan Opera in Romeo et Juliette in 1906. She appeared in the first Met performance of Madama Butterfly in 1907, and remained a member of the Metropolitan Opera until her retirement, singing 29 roles in nearly 500 performances there. She developed a great popular following, especially amongst New York's young female opera-goers, who were known as 'Gerry-flappers'. Farrar created the title roles in Mascagni's Amica (Monte-Carlo, 1905), Puccini's Suor Angelica (New York, 1918), and Giordano's Madame Sans-Gêne (New York, 1915) as well as the Goosegirl in Humperdinck's Die Königskinder (New York 1910) Farrar was, in best opera diva style, noted for her temperamental and fiercely independent nature. She recorded extensively for the Victor Talking Machine Company and was often featured prominently in that record company's ads (an example can be seen at 1914 in music). She also appeared in silent movies, filmed in between Opera seasons. Farrar starred in over a dozen films from 1915 to 1920, including Cecil B. DeMille's adaptation of Carmen. Perhaps her most notable screen role was as Joan of Arc in the 1917 film Joan the Woman.   Farrar retired from opera in 1922 at the age of forty. Her final performance was as Leoncavallo's Zaza. She appeared in recitals until 1931, and was briefly the commentator for the radio broadcasts at the Met during the 1934-35 season. Her autobiography, Such Sweet Compulsion, published in 1938, was written in alternating chapters purporting to be her own words and those of her mother, her mother rather floridly recounting Geraldine's accomplishments. She died in Ridgefield, Connecticut of a heart attack in 1967 aged 85, and was buried in Kensico Cemetery in Valhalla, New York. 


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Original Geraldine Farrar Autograph, signed on a Return Label. Label has been clipped and mounted on a larger piece of paper. On Label: IF NOT DELIVERED IN FIVE DAYS NOTIFY G. Farrar Ridgefield, Conn. Approx. size of label 1 2/8 x 3 1/8 inches. Regular Price - $ 135.00 / Sale Price - $ 48.95.


JULIA MARLOWE TABER AUTOGRAPH

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Julia Marlowe was born August 17, 1866 – died November 12, 1950.  Marlowe was an English-born American actress known for her interpretations of William Shakespeare. She made her Broadway debut in 1895 and went on to appear in more than seventy Broadway productions, often starring with her second husband, Edward Hugh Sothern. Her first husband was Broadway actor Robert Taber who died im 1904. Their marriage lasted from 1894-1900. With Sothern she performed in Shakespearean repertoire in all parts of the United States retiring in the 1920s. Sothern performed in a number of silent films while Marlowe passed on film offers. After Sothern's death in 1933, Julia Marlowe became somewhat of a recluse. White haired and still beautiful she'd occasionally visit close friends like ailing playwright Edward Sheldon. Julia Marlowe died in 1950 in New York City. She had no children.


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Original Julia Marlowe Taber Autograph, signed on Cut Card Stock. Dated 1896. Written: Julia Marlowe Taber February 1896. Also included in a Julia Marlowe Cigar Band from one of her cigars. Approx. size 1 7/8 x 3 3/8 inches. Regular Price - $ 145.00 / Sale Price - $ 49.95.


LENORE ULRIC AUTOGRAPH

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Lenore Ulric was born July 21, 1892 in New Ulm, Minnesota - died December 30, 1970 in Orangeburg, New York. Lenore was a star of the Broadway stage and Hollywood films of the silent film early sound era. Her father, Franz Xavier Ulrich, was a United States Army hospital steward. He gave his daughter the name Lenore because of his fondness for the Edgar Allan Poe poem, "The Raven." Miss Ulric dropped the H from her last name. She felt she was destined to become a stage actress from an early age. At the height of her stage career she was one of the brightest stars of the American theater. As a schoolgirl the youth obtained a job with a stock company in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She played with stock companies in Grand Rapids, Michigan and Chicago, Illinois. She worked briefly as a film actress for Essanay Studios and joined another stock company in Schenectady, New York. Lenore's first film efforts were roles in The First Man (1911), A Polished Burglar (1911), Kilmeny (1915), and The Better Woman (1915). Just before she was discovered by theatrical producer David Belasco, Miss Ulric toured in a road company of The Bird of Paradise. She wrote to Belasco and in the fall of 1915 she made her New York debut at the Princess Theater in The Mark of the Beast. Soon she took part in The Heart of Wetona. Under Belasco's management Lenore played a variety of female roles. She was an Indian maid in Tiger Rose, a French-Canadian heroine in The Son-Daughter, and a Chinese girl in Kiki. The actress remained with Belasco until the autumn prior to his 1931 death. Lenore came to Hollywood in 1929 and appeared in Frozen Justice and South Sea Rose. She signed with Fox Film Corporation to make several films with an approximate salary of $650,000. Frozen Justice was directed by Allan Dwan. Some of the scenes were filmed in Alaska. She was successful in a supporting role in Camille, which starred Greta Garbo. Ulric returned to Broadway in 1940, acting in The Fifth Column by Ernest Hemingway and again in 1947, in a revival of Antony and Cleopatra. Lenore Ulric died in Rockland State Hospital, Orangeburg, New York on December 30, 1970. She had been a patient there for several years. She was 78 years old. Miss Ulric was survived by an older sister, Mrs. Florence Ulric Smith of Croton-on-Hudson. Original Lenore Ulric Autograph, signed on cut paper. Written: Sincerely Lenore Ulric. Approx. size 3 x 4 inches. Regular Price - $ 95.00 / Sale Price - $ 34.95.


PAULINE FREDERICK AUTOGRAPH

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Pauline Frederick was born August 12, 1883, Boston - died September 19, 1938, Beverly Hills, California.  Frederick was an actress best known for her Hollywood films. Pauline Frederick was born as Pauline Beatrice Libby in 1883. “My birthday is – or rather was, for I have had my last – August 12,” she later stated in an interview published in Motion Picture Magazine. “On that date, according to records, I joined the other little beans in Boston. I had four nationalities from which to choose my temperament – first my good old United States; second my mother’s ancestors, who were Scotch; and third, my father’s who were French and English. Such a combination I realized beforehand would be essential to the making of a picture star and acted accordingly.” she was an established stage actor when she made her first film in 1915. She made her last film in 1937. The following year, she died of complications from asthma.  She reminisced in an interview in Motion Picture Magazine, “As a child there were several things besides some well-known young medicines that I disliked to take, and one of these was a dare. When one of my playmates, whose favorite pastime was running off to the theater whenever we could save money enough to buy tickets and reproducing what we had seen on an elaborate home scale, said: ‘Polly, I dare you to go on the real stage,’ of course I just had to go. I had been studying singing, and succeeded in persuading the manager of a vaudeville house in Boston to hear a couple of my songs.” “I’ll put you on for a week,” the manager agreed, “and pay you fifty dollars.” That was the first money she earned, and to Pauline, it seemed like a fortune. “My chums were there in full force that night waiting to see ‘Polly take her dare,’ and for their sakes I had to be brave about it, though I can remember to this day how I quaked inwardly when I stepped out on the stage and saw the hundreds of eyes turned toward me. I thought each eye was saying: ‘She never did this before,’ and in companion I was answering: ‘No, she never did.’ Well, I managed to get through my three songs some way or another, and after that it wasn’t so bad. That first week gave me the courage to go further and, of course, further meant New York.” A well-known stage star, Frederick was already in her 30s when she began making films. She specialized in playing commanding and authoritative women throughout her film career.  She was able to make a successful transition to 'talkies' in 1929, and in 1931 was cast as Joan Crawford's mother in This Modern Age. Frederick generally played an angry matriarch. Frederick never shyed away from parts that often other actresses of the time feared, often due to the role being controversial or out of character. Frederick has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 7000 Hollywood Boulevard.


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Original Pauline Frederick Autograph, signed on cut paper. Approx. size3 x 4 7/8 inches. Regular Price - $ 125.00 / Sale Price - $ 44.95.


JULIA ARTHUR AUTOGRAPH

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Julia Arthur was born May 3, 1868 - died March 28, 1950.  Julia was a Canadian-born stage and film actress. Born Ida Lewis in Hamilton, Ontario, she was the daughter of Elizabeth Arthur and tobacco manufacturer, Thomas Lewis. Her younger sister, Eleanor Letitia Lewis, became an actress known by the stage name, "Eleanor Dorel." Ida Lewis began acting as a child and as a young lady went to England to study dramatic art. Returning to North America she worked in live theatre, using the first name of Julia along with her mother's maiden name. In April of 1893, Julia Arthur made her Broadway debut in Lady Windermere's Fan. Two years later, she returned to England for a time, making her London debut with Sir Henry Irving's company. Like many "legitimate" stage actors of the time, Arthur appeared on the vaudeville stage, in a sketch called, Liberty Aflame. With her growing success on stage in America, Julia Arthur was offered a chance to perform in the fledgling motion picture industry. She appeared in her first silent film in 1907 with Vitagraph Studios under director J. Stuart Blackton. Of the ten films she performed in, almost all were with Blackton. Her last screen performance was in 1919 in a benefit film to aid victims of World War I. It was produced by the "Stage Women's War Relief Fund," a charitable organization created by theatre workers with the American Theatre Wing that was part of the Federal Council of Allied War Charities. While making films, Ms. Arthur continued to perform on stage at venues in Boston, New York City and elsewhere around the U.S. Northeast. Her final Broadway performance came in 1921, playing Lady Macbeth opposite Lionel Barrymore. On February 23, 1898, Julia Arthur married Benjamin P. Cheney, Jr., the son of a wealthy Boston industrialist Benjamin Pierce Cheney whose country estate is now the Elm Bank Horticulture Center. They made their home in Boston, with a summer estate on Calf Island, and were patrons of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, donating a number of antiquities. Julia Arthur Cheney died in Boston in 1950. It is unsure wheteher she had children or not.


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Original Julia Arthur Autograph, signed on cut card stock. Approx. size 2 5/8 x 3 1/2 inches. Regular Price - $ 60.00 / Sale Price - $ 24.95.


MAY IRWIN AUTOGRAPH

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May Irwin was born June 27, 1862 in Whitby, Ontario, Canada – died October 22, 1938 in New York City, United States.  Irwin was an actress, singer and major star of vaudeville. Born Ada May Campbell, her father died when she was 13 years old and her stage-minded mother, in need of money, encouraged May and her younger sister Flora to perform. Creating a singing act, the young girls debuted in nearby Buffalo, New York in December of 1874. By the fall of 1877, their career had progressed to where they were booked to appear at New York's Metropolitan Theater then at the Tony Pastor Theatre, a popular New York City music hall. The Irwin sisters proved popular enough to earn regular spots for the ensuing six years after which a 21-year-old May Irwin set out on her own. She joined Augustin Daly's stock company where she made her first appearance on the theatrical stage. An immediate success she went on to make her London stage debut at Toole's Theatre in August of 1884. In 1886 her husband of eight years, Frederick W. Keller, died unexpectedly. By the early 1890s, May Irwin had married a second time and developed her career into that of a leading vaudeville performer with an act known at the time as "Coon Shouting" in which she performed African American influenced songs. In the 1895 Broadway show The Widow Jones, she introduced "The Bully Song" which became her signature number. The performance also featured a lingering kiss which was seen by Thomas Edison who hired Irwin and her co-star John C. Rice to repeat the scene on film. In 1896, Edison's Kinetoscope production, The Kiss, became the first screen kiss in cinematic history. In addition to her performing and singing, May Irwin also wrote the lyrics to several songs, including "Hot Tamale Alley," with music written by George M. Cohan. In 1907 she married her manager, Kurt Eisfeldt, the same year she began making records for Berliner/Victor. May Irwin's buxom figure was much in vogue at the time and combined with her charming personality, for more than thirty years she was one of America's most beloved performers. In 1914, she made her second silent film appearance, this time in the feature-length adaptation of George V. Hobart's play, Mrs. Black is Back. A highly paid performer, Irwin was a shrewd investor and became a very wealthy woman. She spent a great deal of time at a summer home on secluded Club Island a small island off of Grindstone Island of the Thousand Islands and at her winter home on Merritt Island, Florida before retiring to a farm near Clayton, New York where a street would eventually be named in her honor. May Irwin died in New York City on October 22, 1938.


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Original May Irwin Autograph, signed on cut paper. Approx. size 3 3/4 x 5 3/4 inches. Regular Price - $ 80.00 / Sale Price - $ 35.95.


JESSIE MILLWARD AUTOGRAPH

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Jessie Millward was born in 1861 - died 1932. Jessie Millward debuted as an actress in 1881 and soon became well enough known to be engaged in 1882 by Sir Henry Irving for his company at the Lyceum Theatre. While with Irving she played Hero in Much Ado About Nothingand Jessica in The Merchant of Venice.When she went to America with Irving, she played Lady Anne in Richard III.She left Irving's company in 1884 and later played in Othelloin 1889. In 1892 she and William Terriss on tour performed "costume" recitals of scenes from Romeo and Julietand The Taming of the Shrew.Her next engagement with Shakespeare was in New York City where in 1904 she played Beatrice in Much Ado About Nothing. She left the stage in 1912 without performing in another Shakespeare play after 1904. In retirement she wrote her memoirs, Myself and Others(1923). The adelphi theatre is rumoured to be haunted by the ghost of William Terris. Terris was a popular actor who was killed by a jealous rival. Terris was killed on December 16, 1897 during the run of the "Secret Service". Actor Richard Prince hated Terris and killed his as Terris was unlocking the Adelphi Theatre stage door. Terris died in the arms of his Mistress, Jessie Millward. As he was dying he whispered "I'll be back". The first reporting of the ghost at the Adelphi Theatre was 1928. A stranger saw a male figure in Maiden Lane which he said was a ghost. He later identified the figure as Terris from a photograph. Poltergiest activity started to manifest in the dressing room once used by Millward. In 1956 the ghost of Terris was reported at the Covent Garden Underground. Later again there was a sighting in the Adelphi Theatre.


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Original Jessie Millward Autograph, signed on a Miss Millward Card. Approx. size 2 1/4 x 3 1/4 inches. Regular Price - $ 78.00 / Sale Price - $ 34.95.


BETTY WHITE AUTOGRAPH

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Betty Marion White was born January 17, 1922. Betty White is a film and television actress with a career spanning 60 years. White is perhaps best known for her close association with the game show, Password, her affiliation with animal charities (Actors and Others for Animals), and her roles in the television sitcoms The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Mama's Family and The Golden Girls, as well as being a regular panelist on the popular 1970s game show Match Game. In the summer of 2008, Betty White began filming the upcoming motion picture "The Proposal" with Sandra Bullock in Boston.


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Original Betty White Autograph, sign on a 3 x 5 inch index card. Written: Thanks, Lena - Betty White. Regular Price - $ 60.00 / Sale Price - $ 24.95.


SIGOURNEY WEAVER AUTOGRAPHED PLAYBILL PAGE

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Sigourney Weaver was born October 8, 1949. Sigourney is an Academy Award-nominated American actress, best known for her roles as Lt. Ellen Ripley in the Alien film series. Although Weaver has played a number of critically acclaimed roles in movies like Gorillas in the Mist, The Ice Storm, Dave, and The Year of Living Dangerously, she is best known for her appearances as Warrant Officer/Lieutenant Ellen Ripley in the blockbuster "Alien" movie franchise. Her first appearance as Ripley was in Ridley Scott's 1979 film Alien. She reprised the role in three sequels, Aliens, Alien³, and Alien Resurrection. She was nominated for a Best Actress Academy Award for portraying Ripley in Aliens. Ripley was a breakthrough role: the first female action hero. In 1989 Weaver also appeared in Ghostbusters and Ghostbusters II as Dana Barrett. She played the role of the agoraphobic criminal psychologist Helen Hudson in the 1995 movie Copycat, and went on to become the most highly paid actress of the 1990s. In 2006 she was the narrator for the American version of the Emmy Award-winning series Planet Earth. In 2008 Weaver was featured as a voice in the Pixar Animation Studios and Disney release, WALL•E. She will also voice a narrating role in another computer animated film, The Tale of Despereaux based on the novel by Kate DiCamillo set for release December 2008. Original Sigourney Weaver Autograph, signed on a page from a Playbill. Approx. size 5 1/8 x 8 1/2 inches. Regular Price - $ 95.00 / Sale Price - $ 48.95.


MAGGIE SMITH AUTOGRAPHED PLAYBILL PAGE

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Dame Margaret Natalie Smith, DBE was born December 28, 1934, better known as Maggie Smith, is a British film, stage, and television actress who made her stage debut in 1952 and is still performing after 56 years. She has been acclaimed throughout her career and has won numerous awards for acting, including five BAFTA Awards, two Academy Awards, two Golden Globes, an Emmy Award and a Tony Award. Original Maggie Smith Autograph, signed on a page from a Playbill. Approx. size 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches. Regular Price - $ 120.00 / Sale Price - $ 48.95.


DEBORAH RAFFIN AUTOGRAPH

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Deborah Iona Raffin was born on March 13, 1953. Deborah is an American film and television actress. She appeared in several 1970s Hollywood films, and is also known for her role as Aunt Julie on the television show 7th Heaven. She was nominated for a Golden Globe for the movie Touched by Love in 1981. Raffin was born in Los Angeles, California, the daughter of Trudy Marshall, a Brooklyn-born former movie actress, and Phillip Jordan Raffin, a restaurateur and meat/brokerage executive. She has a brother, Bill, and a sister, Judy. Raffin attended Valley College and divorced movie producer Michael Viner in 2005. Original Deborah Raffin Autograph, signed on a 3 x 5 index card. Regular Price - $ 74.00 / Sale Price - $ 19.95.


JACQUELINE BISSET AUTOGRAPH

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Jacqueline Bisset was born Winnifred Jacqueline Fraser-Bisset; September 13, 1944. Jacqueline Bisset is an English actress. Bisset was born in Weybridge, Surrey, England, the daughter of Arlette Alexander Bisset, a homemaker and lawyer, and Max Fraser, a general practitioner. Her father was Scottish and her mother was of French and English descent. Bisset's mother cycled from Paris and boarded a British troop transport to escape the Germans during World War II. Bisset has a brother, Max. Ms. Bisset also co-starred in the 1976 film, End of the Game, featuring John Voight and Robert Shaw.


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Original Jacqueline Bisset Autograph, signed on a 3 x 5 inch index card. Regular Price - $ 74.00 / Sale Price - $ 24.95.


JANE KACZMAREK AUTOGRAPH

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Jane Frances Kaczmarek was born December 21, 1955, in Greendale, Wisconsin. Jane Kaczmarek is an American actress. She is best known for playing the character of Lois on the television series Malcolm in the Middle. She lives in San Marino, California. Kaczmarek, a Polish American, majored in theater at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She later studied at the Yale School of Drama for her graduate degree and was a part of its theater company. She has had several Broadway hits, including Lost In Yonkers and Raised In Captivity, where she won an LA Drama Critics’ Award. Her first television role was that of Margie Spoletto on For Lovers Only (1982). Her first major role was that of Linda Bauer on Equal Justice from 1990-1991. Kaczmarek has also appeared in over forty television roles. Original Jane Kaczmarek Autograph, signed on a 3 x 5 inch Index Card. Regular Price - 54.95 / Sale Price - $ 19.95.


MICHAEL LEARNED AUTOGRAPH

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Michael Learned was born on April 9, 1939. Learned is an American actress known for her role as Olivia Walton on The Waltons. Learned was born in Washington, D.C., but lived on a farm with her five sisters for the first ten years of her life. She was billed as "Miss Michael Learned" on The Waltons because she was relatively unknown at the time, and producers did not want confusion among viewers about her sex. She was nominated for six Emmy Awards and won three for her role of Olivia Walton. IOriginal Michael Learned Autograph, signed on 3 x 5 inch Index Card. Regular Price - $ 77.00 / Sale Price - $ 19.95.


CLORIS LEACHMAN AUTOGRAPH

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Cloris Leachman was born April 30, 1926. Cloris is an American actress of stage, film and television. She has won eight primetime Emmy Awards—more than any other female performer—and one Daytime Emmy Award. She won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress in the 1971 film The Last Picture Show, though she is best known for playing the nosy neighbor Phyllis Lindstrom on the 1970s TV series The Mary Tyler Moore Show, and then later on the spinoff series, Phyllis. She also appeared in three Mel Brooks films, including Young Frankenstein. Leachman was a contestant on Season 7 (2008) of Dancing With The Stars, paired with Corky Ballas. At the age of 82, she is the oldest contestant to dance on the series. Original Cloris Leachman Autograph, signed on a 3 x 5 inch Index Card. Written on Card: For Pal - All Love Cloris Leachman. Regular Price - $ 95.00 / Sale Price - $ 34.95.


KATHARINE HEPBURN AUTOGRAPH

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Katharine Houghton Hepburn was born on May 12, 1907 – died on June 29, 2003. Hepburn was an American actress of film, television and stage. Acclaimed throughout her 73-year career, Hepburn holds the record for the most Best Actress Oscar wins with four, from 12 nominations. Hepburn won an Emmy Award in 1976 for her lead role in Love Among the Ruins, and was nominated for four other Emmys and two Tony Awards. In 1999, the American Film Institute ranked Hepburn as the greatest female star in the history of American cinema. Hepburn was born in Hartford, Connecticut, the daughter of suffragist Katharine Martha Houghton (1878 – 1951) (an heiress to the Corning Glass fortune and cofounder of Planned Parenthood) and Dr. Thomas Norval Hepburn (1879 – 1962), who was a successful urologist from Virginia with Maryland roots. She is of English and Scottish ancestry from both sides of her family. In the 2004 Howard Hughes biopic The Aviator, Hepburn was portrayed by Cate Blanchett, who won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance. It marked the first instance when an Academy Award winning actress was turned into an Academy Award winning role. Original Katharine Hepburn Autograph, signed on a Newsprint Picture of Katharine Hepburn. Approx. size 3 1/2 x 5 inches. ( picture is mounted to card stock. ) Regular Price - $ 435.00 / Sale Price - $ 195.00.


BETTE DAVIS AUTOGRAPHED PHOTO

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Ruth Elizabeth "Bette" Davis was born on April 5, 1908 – died on October 6, 1989. Davis was an American actress of film, television and theatre. Noted for her willingness to play unsympathetic characters, she was highly regarded for her performances in a range of film genres; from contemporary crime melodramas to historical and period films and occasional comedies, though her greatest successes were her roles in romantic dramas. After appearing in Broadway plays, Davis moved to Hollywood in 1930, but her early films for Universal Studios were unsuccessful. She joined Warner Bros. in 1932 and established her career with several critically acclaimed performances. In 1937, she attempted to free herself from her contract and although she lost a well-publicized legal case, it marked the beginning of the most successful period of her career. Until the late 1940s, she was one of American cinema's most celebrated leading ladies, known for her forceful and intense style. Davis gained a reputation as a perfectionist who could be highly combative, and her confrontations with studio executives, film directors and costars were often reported. Her forthright manner, clipped vocal style and ubiquitous cigarette contributed to a public persona which has often been imitated and satirized. Davis was the co-founder of the Hollywood Canteen, and was the first female president of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. She was the first actress to receive 10 Academy Award nominations and the first woman to receive a Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Film Institute. Her career went through several periods of eclipse, and she admitted that her success had often been at the expense of her personal relationships. Married four times, she was once widowed and thrice divorced, and raised her children as a single parent. Her final years were marred by a long period of ill health, but she continued acting until shortly before her death from breast cancer, with more than 100 film, television and theater roles to her credit. In 1999, Davis was placed second, behind Katharine Hepburn, on the American Film Institute's list of the greatest female stars of all time.


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Close up View of Bette Davis Autograph. Original Bette Davis Autographed Black and White Photo, approx size 8 x 10 inches. Regular Price - $ 275.00 / Sale Price - $ 144.95.


TIPPI HEDREN AUTOGRAPH

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Nathalie Kay 'Tippi' Hedren was born January 19, 1930. Hedren is an American actress with a career spanning six decades. She is primarily known for her roles in two Alfred Hitchcock films, The Birds and Marnie, and her extensive efforts in animal rescue at Shambala Preserve, an 80-acre (320,000 m2) wildlife habitat which she founded in 1983. Hedren is the mother of actress Melanie Griffith, and they share credits on six films, notably Pacific Heights (1990). Hedren had a successful modeling career in the 1950s and 1960s. She was discovered by Hitchcock, who was watching The Today Show when he saw Hedren in a diet drink commercial. Hitchcock was looking for an actress who possessed something of the sophistication, self-assurance and cool-blonde sex appeal of Grace Kelly, with whom he had made three films. Hedren, expensively groomed and mentored by Hitchcock, appeared in his films The Birds and Marnie. At the time of the films' releases, she was criticized for being too passive in The Birds and too expressive in Marnie. It took several years before she received respect for her work in both films from American film critics.


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Original Tippi Hedren Autograph, signed on a 3 x 5 inch Index Card. Tippi has drawn three birds around her autograph. Written on the bottom: The Birds 1963. Regular Price - $ 150.00 / Sale Price - $ 98.95.


SHIRLEY MACLAINE AUTOGRAPHED PHOTO

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Shirley MacLaine was born April 24, 1934. Shirley is an American Academy Award-winning film and theater actress, dancer, activist, and author, well-known for her beliefs in new age spirituality and reincarnation. She has written a large number of autobiographical works, many dealing with her spiritual beliefs as well as her Hollywood career. She is the older sister of Warren Beatty. Named after Shirley Temple, MacLaine was born Shirley MacLean Beaty in Richmond, Virginia.


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Original Shirley MacLaine Autographed 8 x 10 Black and White Publicity Photograph. A Scene from the Suffolk-Cummings Production "CAN - CAN" Filmed in Todd - AO for 20th Century - Fox Release. Written on the photograph: Ralph - Much Love Shirley MacLaine. Regular Price - $ 250.00 / Sale Price - $ 124.95.


DOROTHY LOUDON AUTOGRAPH

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Dorothy Loudon was born September 17, 1933 – died November 15, 2003. Dorothy was an American comedy actress and singer. She won the 1977 Tony Award for Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Musical and the Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical for her portrayal of Miss Hannigan in Annie. Original Dorothy Loudon Autograph, signed on a 3 x 5 Index Card. Written on the index card: Dorothy Loudon Sept. 22 '69 After appearing on " The Merv Griffin Show". Regular Price - $ 110.00 / Sale Price - $ 24.95.


CAROL KANE AUTOGRAPHED PHOTO

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Carolyn Laurie "Carol" Kane was born June 18, 1952. Kane is an American actress, known for her work on stage, screen and television. Kane is perhaps best-known for her portrayal of "Simka Dahblitz-Gravas," wife of "Latka Gravas" (Andy Kaufman), on the American television series Taxi, from 1981 to 1983, and also for her role as, "Allison Portchnik" in Woody Allen's Annie Hall. Kane earned two Emmy Awards for her work in the series and was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress for her role in the film Hester Street. She also appeared in The Princess Bride (1987) and Scrooged (1988), with Bill Murray, in which Variety called her, "unquestionably [the] pic's comic highlight." Kane was a regular on the 1986 NBC series, All Is Forgiven, a regular on the 1990-1991 NBC series American Dreamer, guest-starred on a 1994 episode of Seinfeld and had a supporting role in the short-lived 1996-1997 sitcom, Pearl, which starred Rhea Perlman. Original Carol Kane Autograph, signed on a Color 8 x 10 Inch Publicity Photo for the Movie The World's Greatest Lover. Handwritten: all my best to you sincerely Carol Kane. Regular Price - $ 155.00 / Sale Price - $ 74.95.