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Bardot, Brigitte   (1934- )
Bardot, Brigitte
Sultry French actress; archetypal sex kitten who was the first foreign-language star ever to attain a level of international success comparable to America's most popular homegrown talents.
A very pretty black and white photograph (8"x 10") of the young Bardot, boldly signed in black ink across the image.
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ref:10257  £50.00
Grey, Virginia   (1917-2004)
Grey, Virginia Lovely American actress, in some excellent films.
An exceptionally pretty modern black and white reproduction of an earlier image (8" x 10"), boldly signed in black ink across the image
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ref:10260  £40.00
Hopkins, Anthony   (1937- )
Hopkins, Anthony Oscar-winning Welsh actor.
A very fine black and white photograph (a little less than 9.25" x 7") of the younger Anthony Hopkins, boldly signed in black ink across a clear area of the image. (A pencilled collector's note to the reverse suggest it was obtained in 1985 when Hopkins was appearing with Colin Firth in The Lonely Road at the Old Vic in London.)
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ref:10258  £40.00
Lukas, Paul   (1894-1971)
Lukas, Paul Oscar-winning Hungarian actor, in some excellent films.
A very fine vintage black and white photograph (8" x 10"), neatly signed and inscribed ("To Alfred E.Johnson, Paul Lukas") in blue fountain pen ink across a clear area of the image. (A collectors' note to the reverse indicates the signature was obtained in person in 1951 at the Imperial Theatre in New York.)
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ref:10259  £75.00
McCallum, David   (1933- )
McCallum, David Scottish actor.
A very fine colour photograph (8" x 10"), as Chief Medical Examiner "Ducky" Mallard in television's NCIS, nicely signed in black ink across a clear area of the image.
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ref:10261  £40.00
Davenport, Nigel   (1928-2013)
Davenport, Nigel Fine British character actor.
A very fine colour photograph (8" x 10"), boldly signed in black ink across a cleara area of the image.
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ref:10254  £30.00
Mullen, Barbara   (1914-1979)
Mullen, Barbara American-born actress, best remembered for her portrayal of Janet Macpherson, the no-nonsense housekeeper in television’s long-running Dr Finlay’s Casebook (1962-1971).
A programme (10" x 7.5") for a rare appearance by Barbara Mullen as Miss Marple in a production of Agatha Christie's Murder at the Vicarage at the Rex Theatre in Wilmslow in Cheshire (30th September - 6th October 1974). There's a fine signature in black ink on the front cover
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ref:10256  £15.00
Bellingham, Lynda   (1948-2014)
Bellingham, Lynda British actress, born in Canada, remembered fondly for her role as the mother in the long-running series of "Oxo Family" British television adverts between 1983 and 1999.
A very pretty colour photograph (5.75" x 3.75"), boldly signed in black ink across the image.
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ref:10248  £20.00
Fenemore, Hilda   (1914-2004)
Fenemore, Hilda British character actress with a career in film and television from the 1940s to the 1990s.
A very fine letter, handwritten and signed in blue fountain pen ink on a 7" x 5.25" sheet of headed notepaper, thanking a young fan for a picture of a puppy. The letter was written on the 10th of February 2004, a little over two months before her death in the April of that year. SCARCE.
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ref:10249  £20.00
Gelbart, Larry   (1928-2009)
Gelbart, Larry

American television writer, playwright, screenwriter, director and author, most famous for his role in the creation of the hugely successful television series M*A*S*H, writing the pilot (for which he received a "Developed for Television by __" credit); then producing, often writing and occasionally directing the series for its first four seasons, from 1972 to 1976.
A very fine M*A*S*H  card (7.5" x 5.5"), boldly signed ("All the B*E*S*T! Larry Gelbart") in black ink.
 Essential for any M*A*S*H fan and perfect for display mounting


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ref:10253  £25.00
George, Susan   (1950- )
George, Susan British film and television actress.
A stunning early vintage black and white photograph (6.5" x 4.75") of the lovely young Susan George, neatly signed in blue fountain pen ink across the image.
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ref:10247  £18.00
Jackson, Glenda   (1936- )
Jackson, Glenda Fine British actress, turned politician.
A very pretty original vintage black and white press photograph (8" x 10"), taken to publicise Jackson's role in A Touch of Class (1972), boldly signed in black ink across the lower margin.
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ref:10250  £20.00
White, Carol   (1943-1991)
White, Carol Lovely British actress, known as the “Battersea Bardot”.
An original  UNSIGNED black and white Keystone Press Agency photograph (8" x 10"), taken at the Variety Club Awards ceremony in early 1968, showing Carol White and Engelbert Humperdinck with their awards.
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ref:10246  £10.00
White, Carol   (1943-1991)
White, Carol Lovely British actress, known as the “Battersea Bardot”.
A stunning vintage black and white publicity photograph (8" x 10") of Carol in happier days. There's a bold signature and inscription ("To Peter, Best Wishes, Carol White") in blue ink across the image. VERY RARE.
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ref:10245  £150.00
Marsh, Carol   (1929-2010)
Marsh, Carol Fine British actress, in some excellent films but especially remembered for her role as Lucy Holmwood in the great Christopher Lee horror classic, Dracula (1958).
A very rare vintage 1950s black and white publicity photograph (8" x 10"), boldly signed and inscribed ("For Barry, Good luck, Carol Marsh") in blue ink across a clear area of the image.
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ref:10244  £125.00
Shaw, Susan   (1929-1978
Shaw, Susan Pretty, petite blonde British actress, wife of Bonar Colleano.
A lovely vintage black and white Rank Organisation "cheesecake" publicity photograph (8.5" x 6.25"), nicely signed and inscribed ("To Len, Susan Shaw") in blue fountain pen ink across a clear area of the image.
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ref:10243  £85.00
Bancroft, Anne   (1931-2005)
Bancroft, Anne Oscar-winning American actress.
A very pretty original black and white publicity photograph (9" x 7.25") for her appearance as Kathy Lupo in New York Confidential (1955). There's a fine signature and inscription ("To Pierre, Anne Bancroft") in blue ink across a clear area of the image.
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ref:10235  £25.00
Berenson, Marisa   (1947- )
Berenson, Marisa Beautiful American actress, probably best remembered for her 1972 appearance in Cabaret.
A very pretty black and white photograph (8" x 10") of the lovely Marisa in a nightgown. There's a fine signature in blue ink across a clear area of the image
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ref:10237  £30.00
Brimley, Wilford   (1934- )
Brimley, Wilford American character actor, best remembered for two films - The Natural (as Pop Fisher, world-weary manager of the baseball team sliding to oblivion before the arrival of Roy Hobbs, 1984) and Cocoon (as Ben Luckett, leader of a group of geriatrics who encounter a magically-reinvigorating swimming pool by their retirement home, 1985).
A very fine black and white photograph (8" x 10"), neatly signed in blue ink across the image
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ref:10236  £25.00
Leach, Rosemary   (1935- )
Leach, Rosemary Distinguished British stage, television and film actress, probably still most famous for playing Susan Weldon, mistress of Patrick Wymark's John Wilder in The Power Game, 1965-66.
(An on-screen seduction scene caused a sensation at the time, though in fact all we see is Patrick Wymark calmly adjusting his tie after the event.)
A very fine original vintage black and white ABC Television publicity photograph (9.5" x 7.5") for her March 29th 1964 Armchair Theatre play, Mug's Game (with Michael Craig and Walter Fitzgerald). There's a fine signature and inscription ("To Barry, Rosemary Leach") in blue fountain pen ink across the image. In very good condition. The original press release is still attached to the reverse.
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ref:10239  £18.00
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