John Malkovich Signed Autograph 11×14 Photo Con Air Extremely Rare Psa Dna Coa

John Malkovich Signed Autograph 11x14 Photo Con Air Extremely Rare Psa Dna Coa

John Malkovich Signed Autograph 11x14 Photo Con Air Extremely Rare Psa Dna Coa
Welcome to GM Authentic Autographs. Be sure to added us to your favorite sellers list… We add new inventory weekly! We travel the county to attend events, movie screenings, film festivals and various other events to be able to provide our customers the best autographs for their collections. Every single item comes with a Certificate of Authenticity from GM Authentic Autographs. Some items may also come with additional authentication through proof photos (when available) or certification from leading TPA’s such as Beckett, PSA/DNA or JSA! Signature(s): John Malkovich. Item Description: Professionally Printed Photo. Location of Signing: Specific signing details available upon request. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Autographs-Original\Movies\Photographs”. The seller is “gmauthenticautos” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, South Africa, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Republic of Croatia, Malaysia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Panama, Trinidad and Tobago, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Barbados, Bangladesh, Bermuda, Brunei Darussalam, Bolivia, Ecuador, Egypt, French Guiana, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Iceland, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Cayman Islands, Liechtenstein, Sri Lanka, Luxembourg, Monaco, Macau, Martinique, Maldives, Nicaragua, Oman, Peru, Pakistan, Paraguay, Reunion, Vietnam.
  • Industry: Movies
  • Object Type: Photo
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Signed by: John Malkovich
  • Autograph Authentication: Professional Sports (PSA/DNA)
  • Modified Item: No
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
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John Malkovich Signed Autograph 11x14 Photo Con Air Extremely Rare Psa Dna Coa

Pinky Mitchell Autographed Signed 5×7 Boxing Photo EXTREMELY RARE! WithCOA

Pinky Mitchell Autographed Signed 5x7 Boxing Photo EXTREMELY RARE! WithCOA

Pinky Mitchell Autographed Signed 5x7 Boxing Photo EXTREMELY RARE! WithCOA
You are purchasing an EXTREMELY RARE AUTHENTIC HAND SIGNED Pinky Mitchell autographed 5×7 boxing photo. This item is in overall real nice shape for it’s age. All of our autographed items are 100% guaranteed and were signed in the presence of an RK Sports Promotions representative or trusted affiliate. All of our autographed items come with a CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY from RK Sports Promotions which includes a tamper proof matching serial numbered hologram affixed to the item and the certificate as well, unless otherwise stated. ABOUT RK SPORTS PROMOTIONS. We have had 100’s of public & private autograph/signing sessions with athletes/celebrities. You can view most of our signing sessions with the athlete/celebrity on our website. You can also browse our store for 100’s of other authentic hand signed items as well as 1000’s of other sports collectibles. We have a PERFECT 100% feedback score and will strive to keep it that way. We have been involved with the hobby since 1974 and have always provided great customer service. A satisfied customer is a returning customer! Check out our other items. New items are added frequently! This item is in the category “Sports Mem, Cards & Fan Shop\Autographs-Original\Boxing\Photos”. The seller is “rksportspromotions” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Sport: Boxing
  • Player: Pinky Mitchell
  • Signed: Yes
  • Autograph Authentication: RK Sports Promotions
  • Original/Reprint: Original
  • Product: Photo
  • Modified Item: No

Pinky Mitchell Autographed Signed 5x7 Boxing Photo EXTREMELY RARE! WithCOA

Extremely Rare! DC Universe Lego Wonder Woman Canvas Painting Art Piece Signed

Extremely Rare! DC Universe Lego Wonder Woman Canvas Painting Art Piece Signed
Extremely Rare! DC Universe Lego Wonder Woman Canvas Painting Art Piece Signed
Extremely Rare! DC Universe Lego Wonder Woman Canvas Painting Art Piece Signed
Extremely Rare! DC Universe Lego Wonder Woman Canvas Painting Art Piece Signed
Extremely Rare! DC Universe Lego Wonder Woman Canvas Painting Art Piece Signed
Extremely Rare! DC Universe Lego Wonder Woman Canvas Painting Art Piece Signed

Extremely Rare! DC Universe Lego Wonder Woman Canvas Painting Art Piece Signed
DC Universe Lego Wonder Woman Canvas Painting Art Piece Signed. In good condition and signed. Has a height of around 40cm (15 inches). Made by French artist Sophie Noëllet. Check out my other items. Be sure to add me to your favorites list. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Comic Books & Memorabilia\Merchandise & Memorabilia\Wall Art & Posters”. The seller is “mr-jvoorhees” and is located in this country: NL. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Type: Wall Scroll
  • Character: Wonder Woman

Extremely Rare! DC Universe Lego Wonder Woman Canvas Painting Art Piece Signed

Noel Toy Gorgeous Extremely Rare Very Early Autographed 8/10 Photo’44 Burlesque

Noel Toy Gorgeous Extremely Rare Very Early Autographed 8/10 Photo'44 Burlesque
Noel Toy Gorgeous Extremely Rare Very Early Autographed 8/10 Photo'44 Burlesque
Noel Toy Gorgeous Extremely Rare Very Early Autographed 8/10 Photo'44 Burlesque
Noel Toy Gorgeous Extremely Rare Very Early Autographed 8/10 Photo'44 Burlesque
Noel Toy Gorgeous Extremely Rare Very Early Autographed 8/10 Photo'44 Burlesque
Noel Toy Gorgeous Extremely Rare Very Early Autographed 8/10 Photo'44 Burlesque
Noel Toy Gorgeous Extremely Rare Very Early Autographed 8/10 Photo'44 Burlesque
Noel Toy Gorgeous Extremely Rare Very Early Autographed 8/10 Photo'44 Burlesque
Noel Toy Gorgeous Extremely Rare Very Early Autographed 8/10 Photo'44 Burlesque
Noel Toy Gorgeous Extremely Rare Very Early Autographed 8/10 Photo'44 Burlesque
Noel Toy Gorgeous Extremely Rare Very Early Autographed 8/10 Photo'44 Burlesque
Noel Toy Gorgeous Extremely Rare Very Early Autographed 8/10 Photo'44 Burlesque

Noel Toy Gorgeous Extremely Rare Very Early Autographed 8/10 Photo'44 Burlesque
Here is an extremely rare very early vintage original autographed 8″ by 10″ photo of Asian burlesque star and actress Noel Toy, from 1944, the year before she married a soldier and began to transition to acting. Includes a newspaper clipping from 1945 detailing her marriage. The only one I have come across, made much more rare for being from her prime. Pioneer exotic dancer Noel Toy’s fashionably seductive nude performances in both San Francisco and New York clubs caused quite a sensation back in her 1940s heyday. Concealed by a few ostrich plumes, she became the nation’s first Chinese-American fan dancer while turning San Francisco’s Forbidden City into one of the nation’s most scandalously famous nightclubs. Dubbed the “Chinese Sally Rand” because of her similar routines with fans and a huge, transparent plastic bubble, ritzy New York clubs quickly fought over her. She went on to “take it all off” at such exclusive niteries as Stork Club, Maxie’s, the 18th Club, Lou Walter’s Latin Quarter and Leon & Eddie’s. Born Ngun Yee in San Francisco, she was the eldest of eight children born to émigré parents from Canton, China. Young’s parents opened and operated a laundromat. She studied journalism and was closed to graduating from the University of California Berkeley when she accepted an offer to perform in a Chinese village show at the World’s Fair on Treasure Island in 1939. A career was born. Later that year, businessman Charlie Low invited her to work at his popular Forbidden City, the first and only Chinese nightclub at the time. Needless to say, a cross-over business quickly escalated. She began calling herself Noel Toy out of her love for the Christmas season. Along the way she became an outspoken critic and strove in her own way to liberalize women (particularly Chinese women’s) from the demeaning stereotype of a demure, submissive and subservient gender. She appeared in newspapers and eventually in Life magazine. In 1945 she met and married a soldier who also happened to be the western character actor Carleton Young. He caught her dance act at New York’s Latin Quarter and was smitten. They had a long and happy marriage which ended only with his death in 1994. She gave up dancing at her husband’s request and began a career in acting. She appeared in a few exotic bits in such films as Anne of the Indies (1951) with Jean Peters and Debra Paget (her husband was also in the picture); Soldier of Fortune (1955) with’Clark Gable’ and’Susan Hayward'; The Left Hand of God (1955) with Humphrey Bogart and Gene Tierney; and How to Be Very, Very Popular (1955) with Betty Grable and Sheree North. She grew very disillusioned, however, with the role stereotype Hollywood placed on Asian-American women and eventually moved away from the business. She later pursued real estate. Every now and then, she would be glimpsed in character roles on such established TV programs as “Police Woman, ” “Family Affair” and “MASH”. She also appeared in the Kurt Russell film Big Trouble in Little China (1986) in a minor matron role. Trim, tiny and forever sensuous, she died, quite fittingly, on Christmas Eve of 2003, five days after suffering a stroke. The ashes of Noel Toy Young and husband Carleton were interred together at Hollywood Forever Cemetery. Famous for her fan dance often called the “Chinese Sally Rand”, she scandalized the Asian-American community by showing her breasts in her famous “Bubble Dance”. Although she appeared as a character named Mama San in four episodes of MASH (1972), they never were really the same character. Creases upper right, minor corner and edge wear, minor crease right side, small mark left border. 1992Frame-Up II: The Cover-Up. 1986Big Trouble in Little China. The MASH Olympics (1977)… Change Day (1977)… In Love and War (1977)… Henry, Please Come Home (1972)… A Case of Immunity (1975)… 1974Police Woman (TV Series). The Beautiful Die Young (1974)… 1967Family Affair (TV Series). The Mother Tongue (1967)… 1960Coronado 9 (TV Series). Four and Twenty Buddhas (1960)… 1960The Gale Storm Show: Oh! Made in Hong Kong (1960). 1958Knock on Every Door (Short). 1956Telephone Time (TV Series). Time Bomb (1956). A Tombstone for Taro (1956)… Ring Once for Death (1954)… Christmas in Burma (1955)… 1955The Left Hand of God. Woman in Sarong (uncredited). 1955How to Be Very, Very Popular. 1955Cavalcade of America (TV Series). The Gift of Dr. 1955TV Reader’s Digest (TV Series). Incident on the China Coast (1955)… 1951Anne of the Indies. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Autographs-Original\Movies\Photographs”. The seller is “pengang” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Object Type: Photograph
  • Industry: Movies

Noel Toy Gorgeous Extremely Rare Very Early Autographed 8/10 Photo'44 Burlesque

Edmund Gwenn Extremely Rare Very Early Autographed Photo’13 Miracle 34th Them

Edmund Gwenn Extremely Rare Very Early Autographed Photo'13 Miracle 34th Them
Edmund Gwenn Extremely Rare Very Early Autographed Photo'13 Miracle 34th Them
Edmund Gwenn Extremely Rare Very Early Autographed Photo'13 Miracle 34th Them
Edmund Gwenn Extremely Rare Very Early Autographed Photo'13 Miracle 34th Them
Edmund Gwenn Extremely Rare Very Early Autographed Photo'13 Miracle 34th Them
Edmund Gwenn Extremely Rare Very Early Autographed Photo'13 Miracle 34th Them
Edmund Gwenn Extremely Rare Very Early Autographed Photo'13 Miracle 34th Them
Edmund Gwenn Extremely Rare Very Early Autographed Photo'13 Miracle 34th Them

Edmund Gwenn Extremely Rare Very Early Autographed Photo'13 Miracle 34th Them
Struwwelpeter, based on the collection of scary children’s poems by Dr. Heinrich Hoffman, first translated into English in 1848. Miracle on 34th Street, Pride and Prejudice, the Lassie movies, Sylvia Scarlett, Foreign Correspondent, and many other classics. There are very few character actors from the 1930s,’40s or’50s who rose to the rank of stardom. N 1895, at the age of eighteen, he made his first appearance on the English stage with a group of amateurs just turned professional, playing two roles, “Dodo Twinkle” and “Damper”, in “Rogue and Vagabond”. For a long time afterward, he refused to go on stage without a false beard or some other disguise, fearing someone would recognize him and tell his father (it’s a bit ironic, by the way, that Edmund’s younger brother Arthur would also become an actor using the name of Arthur Chesney). During the next few years, roles were hard to come by but, by 1899, he made his first appearance on the West End in London in “A Jealous Mistake”. This was followed by ten years in the hinterlands acting with stock and touring companies, gradually working his way up from small parts to juicier roles. While with Edmund Tearle’s Repertory Company, which toured the provinces, he played a different role each night. It was excellent training, in that he acted in everything from William Shakespeare to old melodrama. About this time, he married Minnie Terry, niece of the more famous actress Ellen Terry, a marriage that evidently was short-lived. Most sources list it as beginning and ending in 1901, perhaps only for a matter of days or even hours. From that point, Gwenn would remain a bachelor for the rest of his life. He seems to have preferred not going into any details about the marriage and divorce, and Minnie Terry, who outlived Gwenn, apparently never mentioned what happened, at least not publicly. That same year, however, he went to Australia and acted there for three years, not returning to London until 1904. There, he took a small part in “In the Hospital”, which led to his receiving a postcard from George Bernard Shaw, offering him a leading role as “Straker”, the Cockney chauffeur, in “Man and Superman”. Gwenn accepted (by this time he was Edmund Gwenn) and the play was a success. Shaw became a sort of professional godfather for him. He appeared in “John Bull’s Island”, “Major Barbara”, “You Never Can Tell”, “Captain Brassbound’s Conversion” and “The Devil’s Disciple”, all by Shaw. He spent three years in Shaw’s company, years which he called “the happiest I’ve ever had in the theatre”. From 1908 until 1915, he performed in new plays by noted playwrights of the time, including John Masefield’s “The Campden Wonder”,’John Galsworthy”s “Justice” and “The Skin Game”, J. Barrie’s “What Every Woman Knows” and “The Twelve Pound Look”, as well as Henrik Ibsen’s “The Wild Duck” and Harley Granville-Barker’s “The Voysey Inheritance”. By this time, World War I had started and Gwenn, despite his poor eyesight, was inducted into the British Army. Most of his time during “The Great War” was spent drawing supplies up to the front lines, while under fire. He was so successful at this task that, after a year as a private, he received a steady stream of promotions until eventually becoming a captain. His first appearance on screen was in a British short, The Real Thing at Last (1916) in 1916, while he was still in the army. His next film roles were in Shaw’s How He Lied to Her Husband (1931) and J. Priestley’s The Good Companions (1933). He was also in Unmarried (1920) in 1920 and a silent version of “The Skin Game” The Skin Game (1921) as “Hornblower”, a role he would reprise in 1931 for a talking version The Skin Game (1931) directed by Alfred Hitchcock. From then on, Gwenn was to work steadily until the end of his life. He appeared in English stage plays and films, eventually doing more and more on Broadway and in Hollywood. For example, he played the amiable counterfeiter in “Laburnum Grove” in 1933 later to become the film Laburnum Grove (1936) in which he would star and then with the entire British company brought it to New York. He was also a huge success in “The Wookey” in 1942, playing a Cockney tugboat captain. That same year, he appeared as “Chebutykin” in Anton Chekhov’s “The Three Sisters”, with Katharine Cornell, Ruth Gordon and Judith Anderson. In such illustrious company, Gwenn was hailed by critics as “magnificent” and “superlatively good”. In 1935, RKO summoned him to Hollywood to portray Katharine Hepburn’s father in Sylvia Scarlett (1935). From then on, he was much in demand, appearing in Anthony Adverse (1936), All American Chump (1936), Parnell (1937), and A Yank at Oxford (1938). In 1940, he was the delightful Mr. Bennet in Pride and Prejudice (1940), then made a 180-degree turn by playing a folksy assassin in Alfred Hitchcock’s Foreign Correspondent (1940). The year 1941 brought Cheers for Miss Bishop (1941), One Night in Lisbon (1941), The Devil and Miss Jones (1941) and Scotland Yard (1941). Then came Charley’s Aunt (1941), in which he romanced Jack Benny, masquerading as a woman. Other important films included A Yank at Eton (1942), The Meanest Man in the World (1943), The Keys of the Kingdom (1944) and Between Two Worlds (1944). In 1945, he played villain “Albert Richard Kingby” in Dangerous Partners (1945). There is a peculiar scene in this film, which makes one wonder what director Edward L. James Craig and Signe Hasso, the hero and heroine, are being held by the villainous Gwenn in a room, when Gwenn comes in to interrogate them. In the midst of this, the 33-year-old, 6’2″ Craig punches the 68-year-old, 5’5″ Gwenn in the belly and then forces the doubled-over Gwenn to release them. Admittedly, Craig and Hasso must escape, and Gwenn’s character is pretty evil, but knocking the wind out of the old man makes Craig seem like a bully and far less sympathetic. After “Dangerous Partners”, Gwenn was in Bewitched (1945), She Went to the Races (1945), Of Human Bondage (1946), Undercurrent (1946), Life with Father (1947), Green Dolphin Street (1947) and Apartment for Peggy (1948). In Thunder in the Valley (1947), he played one of his most unlikable characters, a father who beats his son, smashes his violin and shoots his dog. Then in 1947, he struck it rich. Twentieth Century-Fox was planning Miracle on 34th Street (1947). It had offered the role of “Kris Kringle” to Gwenn’s cousin, the well-known character actor Cecil Kellaway, but he had turned it down with the observation that “Americans don’t like whimsy”. Fox then offered it to Gwenn, who pounced on it. His performance was to earn him an Academy Award as Best Supporting Actor (at age 71) and, because it is rerun every Christmas season, he would become for many their all-time favorite screen Santa. Accepting the award, Gwenn said, “Now I know there is a Santa Claus”. He beat out some stiff competition: Charles Bickford The Farmer’s Daughter (1947), Thomas Gomez Ride the Pink Horse (1947), Robert Ryan Crossfire (1947) and Richard Widmark Kiss of Death (1947). As soon as he got the part, Gwenn went to work turning himself into Santa Claus. Though rotund, Gwenn didn’t feel he was rotund enough to look like the jolly old elf most people expected after having read Clement Moore’s “The Night before Christmas”, in which Santa had a broad face and a little round belly / That shook when he laughed like a bowlful of jelly. He could of course wear padding, but he resisted that as too artificial. So he put on almost 30 pounds for the role, a fair amount for a man of his short stature, and added nearly five inches to his waistline. The problem was that after the film was finished, Gwenn found it hard to lose the extra weight. “I’ve been stocky all my adult life, ” he said, but now I must accept the fact that I’m fat. As was his nature, he didn’t get upset, and instead was able to laugh about it. Six years later, when playing an elderly professor in The Student Prince (1954), he had a scene in which he entered the Prince’s chamber, struggling with the buttons of a ceremonial uniform. The line he was given was, “I’m too old to wear a uniform, ” but Gwenn suggested a change which stayed in the finished film, I’m too old and fat to wear a uniform. Gwenn had lost his hair early on, and had no more concern about it than he did about his portliness. In a fair number of films, such as Pride and Prejudice (1940), he appears bald, but he also played many roles with a toupee if he felt that worked better for the character. He would select a hairpiece that helped achieve the look he was after for the role. As regards the rest of his appearance, Gwenn is commonly listed as 5’6 tall, which may have been accurate when he was a younger man, but by the time he was a Hollywood regular he appears to be at least two inches shorter. Plagued by weak eyesight since his youth, Gwenn wore a pince-nez for a while, and then glasses, off-screen and sometimes on. Though he enjoyed fine clothes, he does not seem to have been in the least bit vain about any physical shortcomings he may have had. He looked a bit like a benign clergyman, perhaps of the Anglican faith, an image enhanced by his soft, almost soothing voice. He once said he was always short and stocky, and not a particularly handsome thing. I could never play romantic leads. ” After “Miracle on 34th Street, however, Gwenn was a star and constantly in demand, especially when the role called for a kindly eccentric. Gwenn remained a British subject all his life. When he first moved to Hollywood, he lived at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Beverly Hills. His home in London had been reduced to rubble during the bombings by the Luftwaffe in World War II. Only the fireplace survived. What Gwenn regretted most was the loss of the memorabilia he had collected of the famous actor Henry Irving. Eventually Gwenn bought a house at 617 North Bedford Drive in Beverly Hills, which he was to share with his secretary and “confidential man”, Ernest C. Bach, and later with former Olympic athlete Rodney Soher. The year 1950 brought a pair of interesting films. In Louisa (1950) he and Charles Coburn were romantic rivals for the hand of Spring Byington. In one scene Gwenn socks Coburn in the jaw, though Coburn later bests him in arm wrestling. Gwenn wins Byington’s hand in the end. He was also delightful in Mister 880 (1950) as a kindly counterfeiter. Gwenn received his second Oscar nomination for his performance, though this time he lost out to George Sanders in All About Eve (1950) He did, however, win the Golden Globe Award. In 1952 he appeared in Sally and Saint Anne (1952) as Grandpa Patrick Ryan, affecting an Irish brogue for the role. He played football coach Pop Doyle, teamed up with a chimpanzee, in Bonzo Goes to College (1952). “The Student Prince” followed in 1954, as did the science-fiction classic Them! This film raises an interesting observation. The year before, Cecil Kellaway had appeared in another sci-fi classic, The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms (1953). Watch the two films together and you’ll see that the two cousins are playing essentially the same role, that of an elderly scientist with a lovely daughter who is able to provide the hero, and the audience, with some scholarly background on the dangers they face. The two actors could easily have switched roles. Is noteworthy, too, in that it was a particularly physically painful part for Gwenn. By this time he was 77 and suffering from advanced arthritis. Several scenes in the movie were filmed in the desert, where the temperature often reached 110 degrees. The costumer had outfitted him in a wool suit for some of the early scenes. Joan Weldon, who played his daughter, has noted that Gwenn was in great discomfort and almost certainly could not have continued without the help of his valet, Ernest. The next year Gwenn was in It’s a Dog’s Life (1955) and The Trouble with Harry (1955). His film work has some interesting patterns. “Dog’s Life” was at least the third time Gwenn made a film centered on a dog. He had already co-starred with Pal as Lassie in Lassie Come Home (1943) and Challenge to Lassie (1949). “Harry” was Gwenn’s fourth picture directed by Alfred Hitchcock, the others being “The Skin Game”, Strauss’ Great Waltz (1934) and “Foreign Correspondent”. Gwenn’s last feature film was The Rocket from Calabuch (1956), shot in Spain and released in 1958, when he was 81. As for TV, his most memorable role may have been as a snowman that comes to life in a Christmas night telecast on The Ford Television Theatre (1952) from a story by Nathaniel Hawthorne, “Heart of Gold”. Gwenn’s final days were spent at the Motion Picture Home in Woodland Hills, California. Having endured terrible arthritis for many years, he had suffered a stroke, and then contracted pneumonia, from which he died at age 81 on September 6, 1959. His body was cremated, and his ashes are buried in a vault at The Chapel of the Pines in Los Angeles. Gwenn had appointed Rodney Soher as the executor of his will, in which he had left Minnie Terry one-third of his estate, his sister Elsie Kellaway a third, and Ernest Bach a third, in addition to his clothes, shoes, linens, ties and luggage. After Gwenn’s death, Bach challenged the codicil, claiming that Gwenn was not of sound mind while in the Home and that some unnamed person–possibly referring to Soher–had unduly influenced Gwenn to change his will. The outcome is not known. There is a story that has been around for years that shortly before he died a visitor observed, “It must be hard [to die]”, to which Gwenn replied, Dying is easy. The story and the wording vary somewhat from teller to teller. Gwenn may indeed have said it, but he may have been repeating someone else. The quotation has also been ascribed to several earlier wits, including his mentor George Bernard Shaw and the famous actor Edward Keane. Gwenn’s star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame can be found at 1751 Vine Street. Staining upper border, minor corner and edge wear. Alfred Hitchcock Presents (TV Series). Father and Son (1957)… 1957Playhouse 90 (TV Series). The Greer Case (1957)… 1956The Rocket from Calabuch. 1955It’s a Dog’s Life. Jeremiah Edward Emmett Augustus Nolan. 1955Matinee Theatre (TV Series). Santa Is No Saint (1955). 1955The Trouble with Harry. 1955Science Fiction Theatre (TV Series). A Visit from Dr. The Strange Doctor Lorenz (1955)… 1955The Eddie Cantor Comedy Theater (TV Series). Man Who Liked Little People (1955)… 1955The Millionaire (TV Series). The Walter Carter Story (1955)… 1955The Star and the Story (TV Series). The Great Shinin’ Saucer of Paddy Faneen (1955)… Red / The Snowman. Come On, Red (1954)… Heart of Gold (1952)… 1952Something for the Birds. 1952Bonzo Goes to College. 1952Sally and Saint Anne. 1950For Heaven’s Sake. 1950A Woman of Distinction. 1947Thunder in the Valley. 1947Miracle on 34th Street. 1945She Went to the Races. 1944The Keys of the Kingdom. 1943The Meanest Man in the World. 1943Forever and a Day. 1942A Yank at Eton. 1942The Greatest Gift (Short). Bartolomé – the Juggler. 1941One Night in Lisbon. 1941The Devil and Miss Jones. 1941Cheers for Miss Bishop. 1940The Doctor Takes a Wife. 1940Mad Men of Europe. 1940The Earl of Chicago. 1938A Yank at Oxford. 1938Theatre Parade (TV Series). Thank You Mr. 1934Spring in the Air. 1934The Admiral’s Secret. Johann Strauss, the Elder. 1933I Was a Spy. 1931How He Lied to Her Husband (Short). 1916The Real Thing at Last (Short). This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Autographs-Original\Movies\Photographs”. The seller is “pengang” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Object Type: Photograph
  • Industry: Movies

Edmund Gwenn Extremely Rare Very Early Autographed Photo'13 Miracle 34th Them

Dorothy Cumming Extremely Rare Very Early Autographed 7/9 Photo’18 King of King

Dorothy Cumming Extremely Rare Very Early Autographed 7/9 Photo'18 King of King
Dorothy Cumming Extremely Rare Very Early Autographed 7/9 Photo'18 King of King
Dorothy Cumming Extremely Rare Very Early Autographed 7/9 Photo'18 King of King
Dorothy Cumming Extremely Rare Very Early Autographed 7/9 Photo'18 King of King
Dorothy Cumming Extremely Rare Very Early Autographed 7/9 Photo'18 King of King
Dorothy Cumming Extremely Rare Very Early Autographed 7/9 Photo'18 King of King
Dorothy Cumming Extremely Rare Very Early Autographed 7/9 Photo'18 King of King

Dorothy Cumming Extremely Rare Very Early Autographed 7/9 Photo'18 King of King
On the back, which she starred in and was produced in those years. Dorothy Greville Cumming appeared in 39 American, English, and Australian films between 1915 and 1929, notably appearing as the Virgin Mary in Cecil B. DeMille’s 1927 film The King of Kings and the jealous wife in Lillian Gish’s 1928 The Wind. She also appeared in stage productions in those same countries. Dorothy Greville Cumming was born in Boorowa, New South Wales. Her father, Victor Albert Cumming, born in 1859 in Brisbane, Queensland, was an officer of the Lands Department and also owned Narrangullen sheep station, near Yass. Her mother was the former Sarah T. Her paternal grandparents, Frederick Cumming and Agnes Jane Stuart, were born in Scotland and England, respectively. The family moved to Sydney around 1904, settling in the Sydney suburb of Woollahra. There, while a student at Ascham School, Dorothy attended elocution and acting lessons, appearing on stage from 1907. [4] In 1911 she appeared with Enid Bennett in J. Williamson’s production Everywoman. In 1915 she appeared in the 6 reel J. Williamson film Within our Gates, or Deeds that Won Gallipoli, a spy drama directed by English actor-director Frank Harvey. At this time Williamsons made a handful of films using their own actors, in response to the threat of increasing American imports, including Get-Rich-Quick Wallingford and Officer 666, directed by Fred Niblo. Determined to follow a career in film, Cumming departed for the US in mid 1916. Cumming had three full siblings, including two sisters who also moved to the United States. Rose Cumming became a prominent American interior decorator, and Eileen Cumming an advertising executive, who married rheumatologist Russell LaFayette Cecil. Ink spot left border, minor scuffs, minor corner and edge wear. Zizi Rouck, Marianne’s Mother. 1927The King of Kings. Mary – the Mother. 1926Butterflies in the Rain. 1925A Kiss for Cinderella. 1925The Coast of Folly. 1924Nellie the Beautiful Cloak Model. 1922The Man from Home. 1921Don’t Tell Everything. Isabelle Lenwright (as Dorothy Cummings). 1920The Notorious Miss Lisle. Lyons (as Dorothy Cummings). 1920The Woman and the Puppet. 1920A Woman Who Understood. Queen Brangomar as Dorothy G. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Autographs-Original\Movies\Photographs”. The seller is “pengang” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Object Type: Photograph
  • Industry: Movies

Dorothy Cumming Extremely Rare Very Early Autographed 7/9 Photo'18 King of King

Ray Collins Extremely Rare Autographed Photo 1939 Perry Mason Citizen Kane

Ray Collins Extremely Rare Autographed Photo 1939 Perry Mason Citizen Kane
Ray Collins Extremely Rare Autographed Photo 1939 Perry Mason Citizen Kane
Ray Collins Extremely Rare Autographed Photo 1939 Perry Mason Citizen Kane
Ray Collins Extremely Rare Autographed Photo 1939 Perry Mason Citizen Kane
Ray Collins Extremely Rare Autographed Photo 1939 Perry Mason Citizen Kane

Ray Collins Extremely Rare Autographed Photo 1939 Perry Mason Citizen Kane
Ray Collins Extremely Rare Autographed Photo 1939 Perry Mason Citizen Kane. Rare EARLY photo postcard of actor Ray Collins, signed on the front in white ink “CBS Presents Yours Faithfully Ray Collins as Doc Hackett in County Seat”. Postmarked April 25, 1939. The address on the back and hand written message was all done by him. He writes in regards to the County Seat radio program he starred in at the time. Signed on the back as well, so this is signed TWICE by him! His name written in marker on the back by someone in the more recent past.. And also a piece of double sided tape. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Autographs-Original\Movies\Photographs”. The seller is “darree1″ and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, South Africa, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Republic of Croatia, Malaysia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Panama, Trinidad and Tobago, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Barbados, Bangladesh, Bermuda, Brunei Darussalam, Bolivia, Ecuador, Egypt, French Guiana, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Iceland, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Cayman Islands, Liechtenstein, Sri Lanka, Luxembourg, Monaco, Macau, Martinique, Maldives, Nicaragua, Oman, Peru, Pakistan, Paraguay, Reunion, Vietnam.
  • Industry: Movies
  • Object Type: Photograph
  • Original/Reproduction: Original

Ray Collins Extremely Rare Autographed Photo 1939 Perry Mason Citizen Kane

EXTREMELY RARE 1860s AMERICAN 11 SIGNED JEFFORDS COLANDER YELLOW WARE MINT

EXTREMELY RARE 1860s AMERICAN 11 SIGNED JEFFORDS COLANDER YELLOW WARE MINT
EXTREMELY RARE 1860s AMERICAN 11 SIGNED JEFFORDS COLANDER YELLOW WARE MINT
EXTREMELY RARE 1860s AMERICAN 11 SIGNED JEFFORDS COLANDER YELLOW WARE MINT
EXTREMELY RARE 1860s AMERICAN 11 SIGNED JEFFORDS COLANDER YELLOW WARE MINT
EXTREMELY RARE 1860s AMERICAN 11 SIGNED JEFFORDS COLANDER YELLOW WARE MINT
EXTREMELY RARE 1860s AMERICAN 11 SIGNED JEFFORDS COLANDER YELLOW WARE MINT
EXTREMELY RARE 1860s AMERICAN 11 SIGNED JEFFORDS COLANDER YELLOW WARE MINT
EXTREMELY RARE 1860s AMERICAN 11 SIGNED JEFFORDS COLANDER YELLOW WARE MINT
EXTREMELY RARE 1860s AMERICAN 11 SIGNED JEFFORDS COLANDER YELLOW WARE MINT
EXTREMELY RARE 1860s AMERICAN 11 SIGNED JEFFORDS COLANDER YELLOW WARE MINT
EXTREMELY RARE 1860s AMERICAN 11 SIGNED JEFFORDS COLANDER YELLOW WARE MINT
EXTREMELY RARE 1860s AMERICAN 11 SIGNED JEFFORDS COLANDER YELLOW WARE MINT

EXTREMELY RARE 1860s AMERICAN 11 SIGNED JEFFORDS COLANDER YELLOW WARE MINT
This early signed Jeffords colander is absolutely stunning! Like other Jeffords colanders, this was produced with great precision and artistry. The colander is attractively decorated with 2 blue and 9 white bands. There was a thick consistency to the glaze used in applying the bands, you can feel the raised bands on the surface of the colander. He potter also took great care in the creative design of the pattern of the drainage holes. There are two extra holes below the rim for a looped piece of cord so the colander could be hung on a kitchen wall. The colander has three cutouts on the foot to aid the colander draining. The colander is finely molded with a prominent rounded rim and raised base. These features and the banding are unique to bowls and colanders produced by J. In their day, Jeffords was the Tiffany of yellow ware pottery production, no other American potter approached the quality of what Jeffords was able to produce. Jeffords is known for producing large high quality bowls and colanders, you will probably never see another. This is a large colander measuring 11″ in diameter by 5 ¼” in height. This beauty is in original mint condition with no damage or repairs. The underside of the colander is signed with the blue Jeffords diamond mark. A colander like this is shown in. Lisa McAllister’s Collector’s Guide to Yellow Ware Book II on page 53. Banded colanders are very rarely found in any condition and this would be a prized addition to any collection. This item is in the category “Pottery & Glass\Decorative Cookware, Dinnerware & Serveware\Bowls”. The seller is “yellow.fever” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, South Africa, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Republic of Croatia, Malaysia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Panama, Trinidad and Tobago, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Barbados, Bangladesh, Bermuda, Brunei Darussalam, Bolivia, Ecuador, Egypt, French Guiana, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Iceland, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Cayman Islands, Liechtenstein, Sri Lanka, Luxembourg, Monaco, Macau, Martinique, Maldives, Nicaragua, Oman, Peru, Pakistan, Paraguay, Reunion, Vietnam.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Backstamp: Printed
  • Material: Clay
  • Type: Colander
  • Antique: Yes
  • Color: Yellow
  • Year Manufactured: 1860
  • Vintage: Yes
  • Origin: Philadelphia
  • Brand: Jeffords

EXTREMELY RARE 1860s AMERICAN 11 SIGNED JEFFORDS COLANDER YELLOW WARE MINT