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Walters, Julie   (1950- )
Walters, Julie

Oscar-nominated British character actress.

A very fine original black and white publicity photograph (8" x 10") for her 1987 film, Personal Services, boldly signed and inscribed ("To Richard, All the best, Julie Walters XXX") in black ink across a clear area of the image.
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ref:7539  £15.00
Walton, Tony (and many others)   (1934- )
Walton, Tony (and many others) Oscar-winning British set and costume designer; ex-husband of Julie Andrews.
It seems a little arbitrary to pick Tony Walton as the lead name for this listing but he is the first name on the item, he is an Oscar-winner and he is very scarce.
It's an 8.25" x 3.25" piece cut from a visitor's book, signed in ink by a total of 11 celebrities. Walton's is the first signature, but also signing are
Henry Oscar, Frances Day, Cicely Courtneidge, Denis Martin, Elwyn Brook-Jones, Beverley Nichols, Cyril Butcher, Sybil Thorndike, Lewis Casson and Bridget Boland.

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ref:10469  £25.00
Wambaugh, Joseph   (1937- )
Wambaugh, Joseph Best-selling American author of Los Angeles police stories, many of which have been made into films, including The Onion Field and The Choirboys.
A very fine black and white 8" x 10" of Joseph Wambaugh in a Los Angeles County Sheriff's uniform, holding a copy of his best-selling novel, The Onion Field. There's a fine signature and inscription  ("For Fred Bomar, Best wishes, Joseph Wambaugh, 1985")in blue ink across a clear area of the image.


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ref:5147  £20.00
Wanger, Walter   (1894-1968)
Wanger, Walter Oscar-nominated American film producer, most famous for shooting Jennings Lang in the testicles for his affair with Wanger's wife, Joan Bennett.
A very fine vintage black and white photograph (8" x 10"), showing Wanger at his desk in happier days. There's a fine signature, inscription and date ("To Edward J.Barry, Kindest regards, Walter Wanger, 1943") in black ink across the image.

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ref:6067  £30.00
Ward, Michael   (1909-1997)
Ward, Michael High-camp British character actor who appeared in nearly eighty films between 1947 and 1978, including five Carry Ons.
A very fine black and white photograph (6.5" x 5") cut from a Spotlight Directory and neatly signed in blue fountain pen ink. The signature was obtained IN PERSON.
VERY RARE.

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ref:9729  £50.00
Ward, Polly   (1908-1987)
Ward, Polly Lovely British actress, dancer and singer, a member of the exclusive two-timer club, one of four leading ladies who appeared in more than one film with George Formby (the others were Florence Desmond, Kay Walsh, and George's wife Beryl).
An exceptionally pretty early vintage sepia photograph (8" x 6") of the lovely young Polly Ward, nicely signed across the image in blue fountain pen ink.

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ref:10402  £18.00
Waring, Richard   (1925-1994)
Waring, Richard Prolific British television scriptwriter and occasional actor (on stage and television); especially famous for the sitcoms he wrote for Wendy Craig, including Not In Front Of The Children.
a fine signature and date (13.10.52) in blue fountain pen ink on a 5.5" x 3.5" album page.
A note to the reverse indicates that it was obtained when Waring was appearing with Hattie Jacques and Douglas Byng in the comedy The Balles of St Martin's at the St Martin's Theatre in London.


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ref:8119  £8.00
Warner, Jack   (1896-1981)
Warner, Jack Genial British character actor, usually in sympathetic roles.
A
very fine black and white photograph (5.5" x 3.5") of Jack Warner in an unidentified film role, nicely signed and inscribed ("To Eric, Good luck always, Jack Warner") in blue fountain pen ink across the image.
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ref:5077  £15.00
Warner, Jack   (1896-1981)
Warner, Jack Genial British character actor, usually in sympathetic roles.
A
fine glossy vintage lobby card (approx. 8"  x 10") for Warner's 1948 film, My Brother's Keeper in which he starred (against later type) as a hardened criminal on the run with George Cole. The photograph is of the scene where Warner, in a stolen military uniform, separates the handcuffs that are joining them (watched by Jane Hylton.)
The photograph was signed and inscribed ("To Berwyn, with best wishes, Jack Warner") in period in black fountain pen ink.

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ref:6576  £15.00
Warner, Jack   (1896-1981)
Warner, Jack Genial British character actor, usually in sympathetic roles.
A
very fine black and white photograph (8.5" x 6.5"), as Dixon of Dock Green, nicely signed and inscribed ("To Amy, with best wishes, Sincerely, Jack Warner") in dark blue ink.
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ref:9304  £20.00
Waterman, Dennis (and Rula Lenska)   (1948- )
Waterman, Dennis (and Rula Lenska) English actor and singer, best known for his tough-guy roles in television series such as The Sweeney and Minder.
A fine colour flyer (8.25" x 5.5") for his appearance with then-wife, Rula Lenska, in a production of Same Time Next Year at Cardiff New Theatre in 1985. There are fine signatures in blue ink under their images from both Denis Waterman and Rula Lenska
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ref:10020  £10.00
Watling, Deborah   (1948- )
Watling, Deborah British actress, most famous for her role as Victoria Waterfield in Doctor Who, from 1967 to 1968.
An outstanding 1970s black and white photograph (8" x !0") of the lovely Deborah in a line-up of soldiers, nicely signed in black ink across the image.
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ref:8405  £10.00
Watling, Deborah   (1948- )
Watling, Deborah British actress, most famous for her role as Victoria Waterfield in Doctor Who, from 1967 to 1968.
A pretty vintage 1960s black and white photograph (5.5" x 3.5"), signed and inscribed ("To Zoe, Best wishes, Deborah Watling") in blue ink to the lower margin


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ref:3410  £6.00
Watling, Deborah   (1948- )
Watling, Deborah British actress, most famous for her role as Victoria Waterfield in Doctor Who, from 1967 to 1968.
A
very pretty black and white photograph (8" x 10") of the young Deborah Watling, striking a cheeky pose for the camera. There's a fine signature in black ink across a clear area of the image
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ref:8359  £10.00
Watling, Deborah   (1948- )
Watling, Deborah British actress, most famous for her role as Victoria Waterfield in Doctor Who, from 1967 to 1968.
A
fine colour photograph (8" x 10") of the young Deborah Watling, in front of the Tardis. There's a fine signature in gold ink across a dark area of the image.
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ref:8720  £15.00
Weatherly, Fred E.   (1848-1929)
Weatherly, Fred E. Great English composer, best remembered for Roses of Picardy, a 1912 megahit, written with Haydn Wood, and for the eternal Danny Boy (1913).
A
very fine 3-page letter with good content on headed notepaper (4 Elm Court, Temple, E.C, October 2, 1893), handwritten in black fountain pen ink to a singer, Miss Woodford.
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ref:7098  £50.00
Weaver, Dennis   (1924-2006)
Weaver, Dennis Fine American character actor, star of Steven Spielberg's early masterpiece, Duel (1971).
A very fine black and white photograph (8" x 10"), nicely signed across a clear area of the image in blue ink.

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ref:7005  £18.00
Webb, Lizbeth   (1926-2013)
Webb, Lizbeth English soprano and stage actress, remembered for originating the song "This Is My Lovely Day" in Bless the Bride.
A short letter, handwritten in ink on a sheet of 8" x 5" notepaper (Sept 21st, 1943), thanking a fan for her letter and sending an autograph. Interestingly, the singer has signed with her wartime stage name of Betty Webb.

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ref:8542  £15.00
Webb, Marion St John   (1888-1930)
Webb, Marion St John English writer of novels and poetry for children, forerunners of the work of A.A.Milne; most famous for her character The Littlest One.
A
very fine, friendly letter, handwritten in ink on three sides of blind-stamped headed notepaper (1 Pump Court, Temple, EC4, Oct 13, 1929) to a Mrs Belben, promising a review of her book in The Bookman and mentioning a new Mr Papingay story..
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ref:8976  £50.00
Webb, Marion St. John   (1888-1930)
Webb, Marion St. John English writer of novels and poetry for children, forerunners of the work of A.A.Milne; most famous for her character The Littlest One.
A very fine, friendly letter, handwritten in ink on two 10" x 8" lined pages (1 Pump Court, Temple, EC4, Dec 12, 1920) to a Mrs Belben, commenting favourably on her children's poetry and suggesting the best way to get it published. VERY RARE.


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ref:8973  £50.00
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