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A Guide to the Jim Liversidge Collection

Finding aid created by Jim Liversidge

University of Florida Smathers Libraries - Special and Area Studies Collections
July 2008


Descriptive Summary

Creator: Liversidge, Jim, 1956- (Collector)
Title: Jim Liversidge Collection
Dates: 1900-2013
Abstract: Collection of "Baby Boom" pop culture history that includes highlights from politics, television, cinema, theatre, music, sports and day-to-day current events.
Extent: 174 Linear feet. 217 boxes; 495 volumes.
Identification: ufliversidge
Language(s): English

Biographical/Historical Note

Former radio announcer and radio station program director, Jim Liversidge (a 1979 graduate of Emerson College in Boston), serves as curator of Popular Culture Collections in the Department of Special and Area Studies Collections at the University of Florida. He collected the materials in this collection over a span of 50 years.


Scope and Content

The Liversidge Collection represents over 50 years of collecting (from JFK and Vietnam to George W. Bush, 9-11 and Barack Obama). This walk through "Baby Boom" pop culture history touches upon highlights from politics, television, cinema, theatre, music, sports and day-to-day current events and will continue to grow in scope and content through donation and purchase. Special attention is reserved for "wide screen" promotion and gimmicks of the 1950s and early 1960s (Cinerama, Cinemascope, 3-D, etc.) and ephemera related to the 1963 Stanley Kramer production and cast of "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World." The collection consists of close to ten thousand individual pieces, including autographs, scrapbooks, photos, programs, posters, campaign buttons, sheet music, newspaper clippings, audio recordings, VHS and DVD films, artifacts and approximately 500 books. Since the initial collection gift was donated in 2008, some related material has been transferred from other areas of the Special and Area Studies Collections and this is noted in the finding guide (Example: LAURITZ MELCHIOR SIGNED PROGRAM - TRANSFERRED FROM THE BELKNAP AUTOGRAPH COLLECTION, etc.), other material has been specifically donated to add to the collection and this is noted in the finding guide (Example: ABOVE AND BEYOND: A GUIDE TO BEAUTY AND THE BEAST - GIFT TO THE DEPARTMENT OF SPECIAL AND AREA STUDIES COLLECTIONS/ POPULAR CULTURE COLLECTIONS FROM JANE ANNE CAREY - GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, etc.) and some items have been specifically purchased to be included and this is noted in the finding guide (Example: SIGNED ALFRED HITCHCOCK "STUDIO ACQUISITION" CONTRACT - PURCHASED TO ADD TO THE JIM LIVERSIDGE COLLECTION IN 2008, etc.). The collection is arranged under various headings - CINEMA, POLITICS and HISTORY/CURRENT EVENTS, MUSIC, TELEVISION/RADIO, THEATRE, POPULAR CULTURE (MISCELLANEOUS) and BOOKS.


Access or Use Restrictions

Access

The collection is open for research, but researchers should speak with the curator, Jim Liversidge prior to using the materials.


Related or Separated Material

See, also: THE SOUND OF RADIO AND TELEVISION COLLECTION (a collection of sound recordings in various formats pertaining to radio and television history donated by Jim Liversidge in 2003).


Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Jim Liversidge Collection, Special and Area Studies Collections, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida.

Acquisition Information

Donated by Jim Liversidge in 2008.

Processing Notes

Twenty five boxes of material were added or transferred to the collection following the creation of the original guide in 2008 - Examples: CINEMA - STEREOPTICON SLIDES - ADDITIONS - BOX 1a, MUSIC - AUTOGRAPHS (MISCELLANEOUS) - BING CROSBY - BOX 109a, THEATRE - AUTOGRAPHS (MISCELLANEOUS) - AL JOLSON - BOX 149a, etc.


Contents List

CINEMA


CINEMA - THE 600 SET - KNOWLEDGE VISUALIZED CONCRETE STUDY COURSE (STEREO GEOGRAPHICAL IMAGE SLIDES) - KEYSTONE VIEW COMPANY (MEADVILLE, PA c. 1920)

The Keystone View Company was the largest stereoscope and stereo image producer and distributor in the world (1892 - 1963). In 1905, the company formed its Educational Department and began marketing classroom sets, contained in furniture quality wooden cabinets, with research notes printed on the reverse of each three dimensional images. This is a complete set in excellent condition and is included as an early example of 3-D entertainment in support of the WIDESCREEN and MOTION PICTURE GIMMICKS ephemera housed in the CINEMA holdings of THE JIM LIVERSIDGE COLLECTION. Each drawer contained 100 slides (e.g., Drawer One contained #1-100, Drawer Two contained #101-200, etc.).


Box
1 #1 - Logs from the Forest Delivered at the Stream - Aroostook County, Maine
1 #2 - Flashlight of a Wild Moose in a Maine Forest
1 #3 - Quarrying Granite - Drilling Preparatory to Splitting, Concord, N.H.
1 #4 - Marble Quarry, Proctor, Vermont, U.S.A. - Largest Single Quarry Opening in the WORLD
1 #5 - Chiseling Marble - Architectural Department, Vermont Marble Company, Proctor, Vermont
1 #6 - Old North Church, Boston, Mass.
1 #7 - Quincy Market and Faneuil Hall, Boston, Mass.
1 #8 - Old State House from Court Street, Boston, Mass.
1 #9 - Longfellow's Home, Cambridge, Mass.
1 #10 - Lexington Common, Lexington, Mass.
1 #11 - Skilled Workman Cutting Leather for High Quality Shoes, Lynn, Mass.
1 #12 - Lasting Machine Shaping Shoes in Shoe Factory, Lynn, Mass.
1 #13 - Sun-Drying Codfish, Gloucester and Harbor in the Distance, Mass.
1 #14 - Spinning Cotton Yarn in the Great Textile Mills, Lawrence, Mass.
1 #15 - Copying Design on Copper Rolls to be Printed on Cotton Cloth, Lawrence, Mass.
1 #16 - View of Large Printing Room, Cotton Mills, Lawrence, Mass.
1 #17 - Sorting Wool After Cleaning and Washing, Lawrence, Mass.
1 #18 - Doubling Frame in a Large Woolen Mill, Lawrence, Mass.
1 #19 - Making Paper from Cut Rags After Removing from Washing Drums, Paper Mills, Holyoke, Mass.
1 #20 - Inspecting Paper Delivered by Machine, Holyoke, Mass.
1 #21 - Skilled Workers, Manufacturing Jewelry, Providence, R.I.
1 #22 - Weighing and Sorting Raw Silk Skeins - Silk Industry (Reeled Silk) South Manchester, Conn.
1 #23 - First Drawing for Straightening Silk Fibers, Silk Industry (Spun Silk), South Manchester, Conn.
1 #24 - Roving Frame for Spinning Silk, South Manchester, Conn.
1 #25 - Looking down on New York's Skyscrapers from Woolworth Tower (S.W.) Over Battery to Statue of Liberty and Harbor.
1 #26 - Ferry Slips and Water Front New York City from Brooklyn Side
1 #27 - The Great Brooklyn Bridge, New York City
1 #28 - Old and New City Halls and World Building, New York, N.Y.
1 #29 - Wall Street, City of New York
1 #30 - Looking Up Broadway from Bowling Green, New York
1 #31 - Many Forms of Transportation Required in Large Centers of Population - in New York City.
1 #32 - The Gateway of America - Immigrants Landing from Barge at Ellis Island, New York
1 #33 - "The House Beautiful" - Domestic Art - Dining Room and Living Room - Brooklyn, N.Y.
1 #34 - Conveyor with Trays of Loaf Sugar Received from Drying Kiln, New York
1 #35 - Filling and Sewing Bags of Granulated Sugar, New York
1 #36 - The Cemetery at Sleepy Hollow, New York
1 #37 - George Washington's Headquarters at Newburg on the Hudson, N.Y.
1 #38 - "Ever Charming. Ever New." When Will the Landscape Tire the View! Overlooking the Hudson River Valley, New York
1 #39 - Looking Up the Hudson River from West Point, N.Y.
1 #40 - Folding and Ironing Linen Collars, Troy, N.Y.
1 #41 - General View Sewing Room - Large Shoe Factory, Syracuse, N.Y.
1 #42 - Solar Method of Evaporating Salt Brine - Collecting, Draining and Hauling Salt - Syracuse, N.Y.
1 #43 - A Busy Path of Commerce in Central New York - Four Track Railway. Electric Road at Right, Erie Canal at Extreme Left.
1 #44 - Summer Spraying in Apple Orchard, Hilton, N.Y.
1 #45 - Washing 1000 Pounds of Freshly Churned Butter, Cohocton, N.Y.
1 #46 - Automatic Machine for Filling and Capping Bottles of Milk, Cohocton, New York
1 #47 - Picking and Loading Cantaloupes, Near Buffalo, N.Y.
1 #48 - Mouth of Erie Canal, Buffalo, New York
1 #49 - American Falls, Niagara Falls, New York
1 #50 - The " Beauteous Queen of Cataracts" - American Falls, Niagara Falls, N.Y.
1 #51 - Picturesque Palisades of the Hudson River, Looking North, New Jersey
1 #52 - Great Ocean Liners at the Docks, Hoboken, N.J. - Showing Upper Manhattan Island and Hudson River.
1 #53 - Drawing Warp for Weaving Silk Cloth in Extensive Silk Mills at Paterson, N.J.
1 #54 - Weaving Room in the Famous Silk Mills at Paterson, N.J.
1 #55 - Machines Weaving Dozens of Fine Taffeta Silk Ribbons, Paterson, N.J.
1 #56 - 1500 Hens (White Leghorn) in Laying House, Corning Egg Farm, New Jersey.
1 #57 - Milking Scene in Modern Dairy, Plainsboro, New Jersey.
1 #58 - Firing Tableware in the Noted Pottery Center, Trenton, N.J.
1 #59 - Artists Decorating Porcelain Ware, Trenton, N.J.
1 #60 - In the Surf, Atlantic City, N.J.
1 #61 - Confluence of the Allegheny and Monongahela Rivers, Pittsburgh, Pa.
1 #62 - Plant of the Blast Furnace, Pittsburgh, Pa.
1 #63 - Modern Pig Iron Machine at Rest, Pittsburgh, Pa.
1 #64 - Emptying Cooled Pig Iron from Molds into Car, Pig Iron Machine, Pittsburgh, Pa.
1 #65 - Filling Molds With Steel, Pittsburgh, Pa.
1 #66 - Steel Ingot on the "Table" of the "Blooming" Mill Steel Works, Pittsburgh, Pa.
1 #67 - Red Hot Steel Beam from Rolling Process Being Cut into Lengths by Buzz Saw Steel Works, Pittsburgh, Pa., U.S.A.
1 #68 - General View of Coke Ovens - Loading Coke into the Cars, Pa.
1 #69 - Filling Shell with Nitro-Glycerine, Preparatory to Shooting the Well - Oil Field in Pennsylvania.
1 #70 - Shooting Well with Eighty Quarts of Nitro-Glycerine, Oil Fields, Erie, Pa.
1 #71 - Wagon Used to Haul Ammunition to Admiral Oliver Hazard Perry on Lake Erie (1813) - "Prairie Schooner"
1 #72 - June Carnival - Dancing Round the Daisy Pole, Near Meadville, Pennsylvania
1 #73 - Culp's Hill, Gettysburg, Pa.
1 #74 - Stripping Coal at Hazleton, Pa.
1 #75 - Miners Going into the Slope, Hazleton, Pa.
1 #76 - Miner Drilling and Laborer Loading "Black Diamonds" in the Rough, Anthracite Mining, Scranton, Pa.
1 #77 - Loading Cage with Car of Coal at Bottom of Shaft, Scranton, Pa.
1 #78 - Tandem Automatic Slate Picker, Scranton, Pa.
1 #79 - Shipping Carloads of Coal with Breaker in the Background, Ashley, Pa.
1 #80 - The Old Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, Philadelphia, Pa.
1 #81 - Spinning Room - Winding Bobbins with Woolen Yarn for Weaving, Philadelphia, Pa.
1 #82 - General View of the Erecting Shop, Baldwin Locomotive Works, Philadelphia, Pa.
1 #83 - School Gardens as a Practical Educational Method - Showing Boy Scouts and Camp Fire Girls, Philadelphia, Pa.
1 #84 - Coining Presses, Government Mint, Philadelphia, Pa.
1 #85 - Gathering Peaches, Delaware
1 #86 - "Shucking" Oysters, Oyster House, Baltimore, Md.
1 #87 - The Capitol, Washington, D.C.
1 #88 - President Woodrow Wilson Reading a Message to Joint Session of House and Senate, Congressional Chamber, Washington, D.C.
1 #89 - Supreme Court Room in the Capitol, Washington, D.C.
1 #90 - Looking Down Pennsylvania Avenue from War, State and Navy Building - View of White House, Treasury Building and Capitol, Washington, D.C.
1 #91 - The White House, Washington, D.C.
1 #92 - Cabinet Room, Executive Annex to White House, Washington, D.C.
1 #93 - Bird's Eye View from Washington Monument East in Capitol Over Agricultural Department Grounds, Washington, D.C.
1 #94 - Making Paper Money, Bureau of Printing and Engraving, Washington, D.C.
1 #95 - Congressional Library, Washington, D.C.
1 #96 - George Washington's Old Home, Mount Vernon, Virginia
1 #97 - A Mountain of Oyster Shells Used as "Bedding" for Young Oysters, Hampton, Va.
1 #98 - Pocahontas Pleading for the Life of John Smith Enacted by the Survivors of the Pamunkey Indian Tribe at the Jamestown Exposition, Virginia
1 #99 - Some Operations of the Life-Saving Corps - Jamestown Exposition, Virginia
1 #100 - Some of the Great War Ships in Hampton Roads, Virginia for the Jamestown Exposition - Opening Day, April 26, 1907
1 #101 - Confluence of the Shenandoah and Potomac Rivers, Harpers Ferry, West Virginia from "Heights of Maryland"
1 #102 - Overlooking the Blue Ridge Mountains from Mt. Toxaway, North Carolina
1 #103 - Burning Charcoal, Mountains in Western North Carolina, Sapphire County
1 #104 - Flooding the Rice Fields, South Carolina
1 #105 - Hoeing Rice, South Carolina
1 #106 - Rosin on the Docks, Savannah, Ga.
1 #107 - A Turpentine Farm - Dippers and Chippers at Work, Savannah, Ga.
1 #108 - Harvesting Indian River Pineapples in Florida
1 #109 - Old Slave Market at St. Augustine, Florida
1 #110 - Alligator Joe's Battle with a Wounded 'Gater (sic), Palm Beach, Florida
1 #111 - Sponge Market, Key West Harbor, Florida
1 #112 - Tobacco Field in Kentucky
1 #113 - Birthplace Cabin of Abraham Lincoln, Hodgensville, Kentucky
1 #114 - Chattanooga and Tennessee River Valley from Lookout Mountain, Tennessee
1 #115 - Mining Phosphate and Loading Cars Near Columbia, Tenn.
1 #116 - Steel Furnace in Alabama's Great Iron Center, Birmingham, Ala.
1 #117 - Picking Cotton on a Mississippi Plantation
1 #118 - Harvesting Peanuts, Marianna, Ark.
1 #119 - Cotton! Cotton! Cotton! On the Levee, New Orleans, La.
1 #120 - In the Mississippi Delta at Head of Passes North from Pilot's Tower to Cubits Gap, La.
1 #121 - A Metropolitan View - Looking North from the Colcord Building over the City of Oklahoma, Oklahoma
1 #122 - Spindle Top - An Important Oil Region Near Beaumont, Texas
1 #123 - Crude Oil Stills and Can Factory, Port Arthur, Texas
1 #124 - Waiting Their Turn at the Cotton Gin, Greenville, Texas
1 #125 - Cotton Gin, Greenville, Texas
1 #126 - General View of the Alamo Plaza, San Antonio, Texas
1 #127 - "Making a Drive" - on the Paladuro Ranch, Paladuro, Texas
1 #128 - A Comprehensive View of Smaller Unloaders at Work on the Ore Docks, Conneaut, Ohio
1 #129 - A Trainload of Coal - Fresh from Pittsburgh Fields for Lake Superior Consumption, Conneaut, Ohio
1 #130 - Tapping a Sugar-Maple Tree, Ohio
1 #131 - Many Forms of Crude Rubber as It Comes from the Jungles, Akron, Ohio
1 #132 - Building Up An Automobile Tire in Rubber Plant, Akron , Ohio
1 #133 - An Interesting Scene in the Manufacture of Rubber Boots and Shoes, Akron, Ohio
1 #134 - Method of Placing Material in Furnace - Plate Glass Works, Rossford, Ohio
1 #135 - Polishing Plate Glass after Grinding, Rossford, Ohio
1 #136 - Modern Methods in Corn Harvesting - Cutter and Binder at Work on an Indiana Farm
1 #137 - "When the Frost is on the Pun'kin and the Fodder's in the Shock" - Indiana
1 #138 - A Champion Team of Percheron Draft Horses at Work on an Indiana Stock Farm
1 #139 - In The Heart of the Great Shopping Center, State Street, Chicago, Ill.
1 #140 - From the Kansas Plains, Union Stock Yards, Chicago, Ill.
1 #141 - The Last Process in Dressing Beef - Washing with Boiling Water, Chicago, Ill.
1 #142 - Splitting Backbones and Final Inspection of Hogs Before Placing Them in the Refrigerator Rooms, Chicago, Ill.
1 #143 - Trimming and Skinning Hams Before Pickling in Preparation for the Market, Chicago, Ill.
1 #144 - Making Link Sausages with the Aid of Machines which Stuff Ten Feet Per Second, Chicago, Ill.
1 #145 - Shearing Sheep with Power Driven Shears, Kirkland, Ill.
1 #146 - Marshall Joffre, Ex- Premier Viviani, Admiral Chocheprat and Lieut. Col. Jean Fabry - French War Commission - with Governor Lowden and State Officials at Tomb of Abraham Lincoln, Springfield, Ill.
1 #147 - Loading Oats in the Field, Illinois
1 #148 - Building Dikes Along the Mississippi to Protect East St. Louis, Illinois from Flood
1 #149 - Harvesting Celery Blanched by Boards in Michigan's Famous Celery Fields, Kalamazoo, Michigan
1 #150 - Assembling Room - Chassis Ready for Engines - Automobile Plant, Detroit, Michigan
1 #151 - Experts Testing Engines in an Automobile Plant, Detroit, Michigan
1 #152 - Employees Leaving the Ford Motor Company Factory at Detroit, Michigan
1 #153 - Packing Salt Into Barrels for Shipment, St. Clair, Michigan
1 #154 - Greatest Canal Traffic in the World - Busy Scene in the Ship Canal, Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan
1 #155 - A Mile Underground - Loading and Handling Cars with Copper Rock, Calumet-Hecla Mines, Calumet, Michigan
1 #156 - Pouring Molten Copper Into Ingot Molds, Calumet Hecla Smelters, Lake Linden, Michigan
1 #157 - Loading 1400 Tons of Copper on Boat, Houghton, Michigan
1 #158 - "Nursed the Little Hiawatha, Rocked Him in His Linden Cradle" - An Indian Mother and Her Child, Michigan
1 #159 - Group of Modern Dairy Barns and Herd of Holstein Cattle at the Farm of Dr. H.B. Favill, Lake Mills, Wisconsin
1 #160 - Harvesting and Loading Silage Corn in Wisconsin's Famous Dairy Region
1 #161 - Reclaiming Swamp Land - Digging Ditch with Tractor and Laying Drain Title, Wisconsin
1 #162 - A Load of Logs at the Kettle River Landing, Minnesota Pineries, U.S.A.
1 #163 - Steam Shovel at Work, Showing How Track is Laid, Burt Mine, Mesabi Range, Minnesota
1 #164 - Looking Between Ore Docks No. 2 and No. 3, Two Harbors, Minnesota
1 #165 - Holstein Cattle and Attractive Dairy Barns and Silo on the Farm of E. C. Schroeder, Near Moorhead, Minnesota
1 #166 - Potato Digging Machines at Work in the Famous Potato Region of the Red River Valley, Moorhead, Minnesota
1 #167 - Scene in the Busy Northern Metropolis, Nicollet Avenue, Minneapolis, Minnesota
1 #168 - "Brought Forth Food and Set Before Them, Brought Them Water from the Brooklet" - An Indian Maiden and Two Braves, Minnesota
1 #169 - "From the Wigwam He Departed, Leading With Him Laughing Water" - The Way Hiawatha Took Minnehaha Home, Minnesota
1 #170 - Power Dam and Locks in the Mississippi River Between Keokuk, Iowa and Hamilton, Ill.
1 #171 - Fifteen Large Generators in a Row, Supplied by Power From the Great Dam at Keokuk, Iowa
1 #172 - Hogs in Rape Pasture, Agricultural Experiment Station, Ames Iowa
1 #173 - Three Breeds - Choice Shropshire, Oxford and Cotswold Sheep in Pasture at Iowa State College, Ames Iowa
1 #174 - The Magnificent Eads Bridge, St. Louis, Missouri
1 #175 - Busy Scene in the Ozark Apple Region of Missouri - Picking, Sorting and Packing in Barrels
1 #176 - Shaft House, Smelter and Tailing Pile, Zinc and Lead Mines, Joplin, Missouri
1 #177 - Thrashing Wheat in the Red River Valley, North Dakota
1 #178 - Plowing Rich Prairie Soil with Tractors, South Dakota
1 #179 - Making a Good Seed Bed - Tractor Drawing Double Disc Three- Section Tooth - Harrows, South Dakota
1 #180 - Manure Spreader Followed by Tractor Plowing Sod Near Omaha, Nebraska
1 #181 - Handling Alfalfa Hay with Hay Loader on the Farm of W.J. Bryan, Lincoln Nebraska
1 #182 - Mounted Sioux Indian in "Full Feather" Leaving Camp, Nebraska
1 #183 - Thrifty and Contented Hogs (Poland China) in Rich Alfalfa Pasture, Kansas
1 #184 - Corn Field in Kansas
1 #185 - Splendid Hereford Cattle in Kansas Feeding Pens, Showing Open Air Feeding Shed, Manhattan, Kansas
1 #186 - Thrown! Cowboy and Horse Holding a Lassoed Cow, Kansas
1 #187 - Copper Smelters and Mines, Butte, Montana
1 #188 - Cowboy, Broncho Corral and Camps, Banks of the Yellowstone, Montana
1 #189 - Lordly Monarch of Western Wilds - Actual Snap Shot of Wild Elk, Montana
1 #190 - Sheep Grazing on the Plains, Montana (Idaho?)
1 #191 - After Winter's First Visit - Gap of the Golden Gate, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
1 #192 - Angel Terrace, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
1 #193 - A Commotion in the Devil's Ink Pot - A Moment of Eruption, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
1 #194 - "Old Faithful" - Queen of Geysers, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
1 #195 - On the Continental (Rocky Mountain) Divide, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
1 #196 - A Beaver Dam, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
1 #197 - A More Enchanting Wonder Nature Never Knew - Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone national Park, Wyoming
1 #198 - Cultivating a Field of Beets in Colorado
1 #199 - Harvesting Barley with Combined Harvester and Threshing Machine Drawn Tractor, Near Fort Collins, Colorado
1 #200 - Phoebe's Arch, Palmer Lake, Colorado
1 #201 - Pike's Peak from Garden of the Gods, Colorado
1 #202 - In the Heart of Box Canyon, Colorado
1 #203 - Stamp Mill and Gold Concentrator, Ouray, Colorado
1 #204 - Ute Indian and Family, Colorado
1 #205 - "Dismantled towers and turrets broken!" - Cliff Palace in the Mesa Verde, Colorado
1 #206 - The Famous Log Bridge Spanning a Chasm 50 Feet Wide, Petrified Forrest, Arizona
1 #207 - Cultivating with Riding Disc Cultivator a Field of Egyptian Long Staple Cotton in the Salt River Valley near Phoenix, Arizona
1 #208 - On the Bright Angel Trail, Grand Canyon of the Colorado, Arizona
1 #209 - The Effects of Irrigation on Arizona Desert, Giant Cactus in Foreground, Salt River Valley, Arizona
1 #210 - Reclaiming Vast Areas by Irrigation - The Great Roosevelt Dam Near Phoenix, Arizona
1 #211 - As in Ancient Days, Pueblo of the Taos Indians, Taos, New Mexico
1 #212 - Salt Lake City, Utah
1 #213 - City of Ogden and Wasatch, Mountains, Utah
1 #214 - A Silver Mining Camp Nestled in the Mountains, Nevada
1 #215 - Great Chained Log Rafts, Containing Millions of Feet of Lumber on the Columbia River, Washington
1 #216 - Port Blakely Mills - Largest in World, Near Seattle, Puget Sound, Washington
1 #217 - Shipping Lumber, Washington
1 #218 - Harvesting in the Great West - Combined Reaper and Thresher, Washington
1 #219 - Looking Down a Deep Crevasse of Paradise Glacier, Summit of Mt. Rainier in the Distance - Rainier National Park, Washington
1 #220 - In the Heart of Seattle - Second Avenue from Yester Way, Washington
1 #221 - "Like sentinels the white peaks rise, That guard this New World's Paradise," Mount Hood, Oregon
1 #222 - Wizard Island, Crater Lake, Oregon
1 #223 - Line of Sand Dunes, Columbia River, Oregon
1 #224 - One of the Great Trees that Grow in the Rainy Northwest Showing Method of Felling, Oregon
1 #225 - Hydraulic Mining, Oregon
1 #226 - First Haul of the Season - Salmon Industry, Columbia River, Oregon
1 #227 - Butchering Salmon - Interior of a Canning Establishment, Astoria, Oregon, U.S.A.
1 #228 - The Sierras, from Glacier Rock, Yosemite Valley, California
1 #229 - The Wawona Tree, Mariposa Grove, Yosemite Valley, California, U.S.A.
1 #230 - Market Street - Twin Peaks in Distance, San Francisco, California
1 #231 - Remarkable Earthquake Fissure in the Sobrante Hills, near Berkeley, California
1 #232 - The Last of a Great Race - The Famous American Bison that Once Roamed in Countless Thousands Over Our Vast Prairies, California
1 #233 - A Combined Steam Harvester which Reaps, Threshes and Sacks, California
1 #234 - Harvesting Almonds, San Joaquin County, California
1 #235 - Luther Burbank, The Plant Wizard, with his Spineles Cactus, Santa Rosa, California
1 #236 - Tokay Grapes - In a California Vineyard, Acampo, California
1 #237 - Irrigating Endless Avenues of Orange Trees, Redlands, California
1 #238 - Orange Blossoms and Fruit, Los Angeles, California
1 #239 - Just Out - Baby Ostriches on the Cawston Ostrich Farm, California
1 #240 - Los Angeles Pigeon Farm, California
1 #241 - San Gabriel Mission, Southern California, U.S.A.
1 #242 - Submarines in the Foreground and Battleships and Torpedo Boats in the Background, San Diego Bay, California
1 #243 - The Alaska Gold Rush - Preparing to Climb "The Golden Stair" and Peterson's Trail, Chilkoot Pass, Alaska
1 #244 - Drying Fish on the Yukon River, Alaska
1 #245 - Placer Mining Near the Yukon River, Alaska
1 #246 - Gold Miners and Dog Team in the Land of Ice, North of Arctic Circle, Arctic City, Alaska
1 #247 - Rubber Tree, Showing Scars from Cutting, Palm Tree with Palm Nuts, Panama Canal Zone
1 #248 - Looking Down on the City and Bay of Panama from Ancon Hill, Panama Canal Zone
1 #249 - Dwellings Erected for Employees of Old French Canal Company, Colon, Isthmus of Panama
1 #250 - Site of the Gatun Lock, Looking South from the Lowest Lock Towards Lake Gatun - Panama Canal Zone
1 #251 - Excavations Measuring 500 Feet Deep in Gaillard Cut, Panama Canal
1 #252 - North Over Gatun Locks and Sea Level Entrance to Panama Canal, Atlantic Ocean in the Distance
1 #253 - South Over Gatun Locks and Gatun Lake, Emergency Dam in Position - A Busy Scene on the Panama Canal
1 #254 - U.S.S. Missouri - The First Battleship to Pass From the Atlantic to the Pacific Without "Rounding the Horn." Panama Canal
1 #255 - Hospital Grounds and Ancon Hill from Hotel Tivoli, Ancon, Panama Canal Zone
1 #256 - At the Pacific Entrance of the Panama Canal, Showing Fortified Islands, Wireless Towers and Breakwater
1 #257 - Overlooking the Harbor, San Juan, Porto (sic) Rico
1 #258 - Cutting the Sugar Cane, Rio Pedro, Porto Rico
1 #259 - Papaia (or Papaya) Trees in the Mauna Loa Valley, Hawaii
1 #260 - With the Flag Goes the Public School - Royal School, Honolulu, Hawaii
1 #261 - Pretty Hula Girls, Honolulu, Hawaii
1 #262 - "In the Acadian Land on the Shores of the Basin of Minas," The Evangeline Country, Nova Scotia, Canada
1 #263 - Indian Basket Weaving, Prince Edward Island, Canada
1 #264 - Quebec's Boasted View from Dufferin Terrace, Quebec, Canada
1 #265 - Iroquois Indians who Took Part in Tercentenary Pageant (1908), Quebec, Canada
1 #266 - Fifth Royal Highlanders of Montreal in the Military Parade of the Quebec Tercentenary, July 1908
1 #267 - The Wharves, Montreal, Canada
1 #268 - Winding Bobbins in Linen Mill, Linen Industry, Canada
1 #269 - Weaving the Linen Fabric - Linen Industry, Canada
1 #270 - Beets Stored in Sheds with V-Shaped Bins, Having Canals Underneath to Carry Them to Washing Drum, Montreal, Canada
1 #271 - Beet Pulp and Juice Flowing into Large Iron Tanks, Where it is Subjected to Diffusion by Water, Montreal, Canada
1 #272 - Scraping the Hair from the Hides Roughly by Machinery - Tanning Industry, Montreal, Canada
1 #273 - In the Thriving Metropolis of Western Canada - Main Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
1 #274 - A Treacherous Crevasse in Victoria Glacier - Mount Lefroy and Mount Victoria in Distance, Canadian Rockies, British Columbia, Canada
1 #275 - Among the Wonderful Ice Peaks of the Illecillewaet Glacier, British Columbia, Canada
1 #276 - Mount Sir Donald, the Matterhorn of the North American Alps, British Columbia, Canada
1 #277 - Western Terminus of Canadian Pacific Transcontinental Railroad and Burrard Inlet, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
1 #278 - Harbor of St. John's from Dry Dock, Newfoundland
1 #279 - Eskimo Dog Team on Trail, Hopedale, Labrador
1 #280 - Mexico's Principal Harbor, Vera Cruz
1 #281 - Home of the Peon - The Adobe Hut, Mexico
1 #282 - City of Mexico (Mexico City), the Ancient Tenochtitlan of the Aztecs
1 #283 - Soldiers' Monument and Castle of Chapultepec, City of Mexico
1 #284 - Pyramid of the Sun from Pyramid of the Moon, San Juan Teotihuacan, Mexico
1 #285 - Filling Pig Skins with Juice from Maguey Plant, Used in Making Pulque, the Native Drink, Tacuba, Mexico
1 #286 - Carding Room, Cotton Mills, Orizaba, Mexico
1 #287 - Rich Gold and Silver Mining Center, El Oro, State of Mexico, Mexico
1 #288 - The Sacred Shrine on Cholula Pyramid and "Old Popocatapetl" in the Distance, Cholula, Mexico
1 #289 - Henequen, the Wealth of Yucatan from Which Sisal Fiber is Produced, Yucatan, Mexico
1 #290 - Mexican Musicians and Dancing Girls in National Costume
1 #291 - City of Escuintla and its Twin Volcanoes, Fuego and Acatenango, Guatemala, Central America
1 #292 - Tortilla Making, Salvador, Central America
1 #293 - Lake Nicaragua on the Nicaraguan Canal Route, Controlled by the United States, Nicaragua, Central America
1 #294 - Harvesting Bananas, Costa Rica, Central America
1 #295 - Coffee from Porto (sic) Rico, Havana Wharf, Cuba
1 #296 - General View of Wrecked Battleship Maine Showing Effect of Mine Explosion - Cause of War with Spain
1 #297 - Cutting Tobacco in the shade of Banana Trees, Province of Havana, Cuba
1 #298 - Farming Scene, Province of Havana, Cuba
1 #299 - Harbor of Santiago, Cuba from the Spanish Block House
1 #300 - Mighty Earthquake Fissure - "Lac du Nord," Soufriere's Volcano, Guadeloupe, French West Indies
1 #301 - A Cattle Ranch in Jamaica
1 #302 - Coffee Pickers at Work, Guadeloupe, French West Indies
1 #303 - The Eccentric Growth of Cocoa Pods, Dominica, British West Indies
1 #304 - Lower City and Harbor, Bahia, Brazil, South America
1 #305 - Rio's Most Splendid Streets - Avenida Rio Branco from Hotel Avenida on a Holiday, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, South America
1 #306 - Children of Illustrious Brazilian Families in an American Private School, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, South America
1 #307 - Tropical View Down the Slope of Santa Theresa Toward the Harbor, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, South America
1 #308 - Scene in Rua 15th of November, the Principal Street, Sao Paulo, Brazil, South America
1 #309 - Municipal Theater, One of the Handsomest Play Houses in the World, Sao Paulo, Brazil, South America
1 #310 - Method of Drying Coffee, State of Sao Paulo, Brazil, South America
1 #311 - Carts Loaded with Coffee Leaving the Plantation, State of Sao Paulo, Brazil, South America
1 #312 - Independence Plaza Showing "Portales," Montevideo, Uruguay, South America
1 #313 - Great Dredge by Which the Harbor is Made Navigable, Montevideo, Uruguay, South America
1 #314 - Entrance to the Harbor, Buenos Aires, Argentina, South America
1 #315 - The Government Buildings from the Balcony of the Bourse, Buenos Aires, Argentina, South America\
1 #316 - Four O'clock Parade of Society in Palermo Park, Buenos Aires, Argentina, South America
1 #317 - Argentina's Famous Cattle on Range - La Plata, Argentina, South America
1 #318 - Iguaza Falls, Argentina, South America
1 #319 - Italian Settler and Family, Vineyards in Background, Mendoza, Argentina, South America
1 #320 - Two Typical Means of Transportation - the High Cart and the Gig - Alta Gracia, Argentina, South America
1 #321 - Along the Mendoza River in the Andean Foothills, Argentina, South America
1 #322 - Charming Inca Lake (Laguan del Inca), Nestling in the Heart of the Andes, Chile, South America
1 #323 - Station from Which the Trans-Andean Train Climbs 5,000 Feet in a Few Miles to the Summit, Juncal, Chile, South America
1 #324 - Cathedral and Plaza, Chilean Woman in Native Dress, Santiago, Chile, South America
1 #325 - Nitrate for Agriculture and for War Being Sacked for Shipment, Chile, South America
1 #326 - The Bay and the City, Valparaiso, Chile, South America
1 #327 - Goods Arriving at Docks for Shipment, Valparaiso, Chile, South America
1 #328 - Indians on the Straits of Magellan near Punta Arenas, Chile
1 #329 - Across the Plaza in Arequipa to the Famous Volcano, Monte Misti, Peru, South America
1 #330 - In the Heart of the Rugged Cordilleras Mountains, the Cofa Bridge on the Oroya Railway, Peru, South America
1 #331 - Natives near Wall of Incan Palace - Most Remarkable Monument of Ancient Peru, Cuzco, Peru, South America
1 #332 - Tractor with Cable Drawing Harrow and Pulverizer to Prepare Soil for Planting Sugar Cane, Lima, Peru, South America
1 #333 - Planting the Sugar Cane in the Large Hacienda near Lima, Peru, South America
1 #334 - Refining Silver in Smelter at the Famous Mining Center of Cerro de Pasco, Peru, South America
1 #335 - Famous Copacabana Church near Lake Titicaca in Bolivia - Llama in Foreground, South America
1 #336 - Charming Spanish Maiden on Balcony, Guayaquil, Ecuador, South America
1 #337 - Quaint Scene in Streets of Barranquilla, Columbia, South America
1 #338 - La Guaira, Venezuela, South America, Showing Fort Bombarded by the British in 1902
1 #339 - In the Narrow Streets of La Guaira, Venezuela, South America - Native Method of Distributing Milk Unadulterated
1 #340 - National University and Halls of Congress, Caracas, Venezuela
1 #341 - The City Baker Making His Daily Rounds, Caracas, Venezuela
1 #342 - The Twin Ships Windward and Erie of the Perry Expedition, 1901 - at Nuerke, 800 Miles from the North Pole, Greenland
1 #343 - Eskimo Girls and Part of the Crew of the Steamship Eric at Upernavik, Northernmost Danish Trading Post, Greenland
1 #344 - Hauling Snow for Water Supply, Belgica Antarctic Expedition, 1897 - 99
1 #345 - Commander Adrien de Gerlache, Leader of the Belgica Expedition, 1897 - 99, on Skis Hunting Seals on South Polar Pack
1 #346 - Roald Amundsen, Discoverer of the South Pole, December 16, 1911, Inspecting Ice Field near Glacier, Antarctic Ocean
1 #347 - Landing Stage, Liverpool, England
1 #348 - London Bridge, London, England
1 #349 - Tower of London, London, England
1 #350 - Westminster Abbey, London, England
1 #351 - The Bank of England and the Royal Exchange, London, England
1 #352 - The House of Lords, London, England
1 #353 - Chronometer by Which the World's Time is Measured, Greenwich, England
1 #354 - Birthplace of William Shakespeare, Stratford-on -Avon, England
1 #355 - Anne Hathaway's Cottage, Shottery, England
1 #356 - Shakespeare's Memorial Theater, Stratford-on -Avon, England
1 #357 - Harvesting Wheat in Old England
1 #358 - White Faced Beef Cattle (Hereford) of World Wide Fame
1 #359 - A Nightingale on It's Sheltered Nest
1 #360 - An Interesting Glimpse of the Old City of York with Its Cathedral, England
1 #361 - Lake Grasmere and Village from Red Bank, Lake District, England
1 #362 - Rydal Mount, Home of Poet Wordsworth, Lake District, England
1 #363 - Fairy Glen, Bettws-y-Coed, Wales
1 #364 - Jersey Cattle, the Most Famous Product of the Island of Jersey, France
1 #365 - Princess Street and Waverly Gardens, Edinburgh, Scotland
1 #366 - Highlanders in Native Costume at the Great Forth Bridge, One and One-Half Miles Long, Spanning the Firth of Forth, Queensferry, Scotland
1 #367 - Historic Stirling Castle, Scotland
1 #368 - Sir William Wallace's Monument, the National Memorial to Scotland's Daring Chieftain, Stirling, Scotland
1 #369 - Ellen's Isle, Loch Katrine, Scotland
1 #370 - Aberdeen Angus, a Noted Breed of Beef Cattle Developed in Scotland
1 #371 - A Beautiful and Productive Type of Dairy Cattle (Ayrshire) Originating in County Ayr, Scotland
1 #372 - Robert Burns' Cottage - Room Where the Poet was Born, Ayr, Scotland
1 #373 - "We'll take a cup o' k'ndness yet, For auld lang syne," A Highland Home, Scotland
1 #374 - Queenstown Harbor, Ireland
1 #375 - Street Market in Cork Ireland
1 #376 - Blarney Castle, Ireland
1 #377 - Lakes of Killarney, Ireland
1 #378 - Peat Peddlers (Irish Coal), High Street, Killarney, Ireland
1 #379 - Suspension Bridge, Kenmare, County Kerry, Ireland
1 #380 - Sackville, Street, Dublin, Ireland
1 #381 - Royal Avenue, Belfast, Ireland
1 #382 - Giant's Causeway, Side View of Basaltic Columns, Ireland
1 #383 - The Reichstags-Gebaude, Berlin, Where Germany Appropriates Her Millions for War
1 #384 - Royal Palace, Berlin, Germany
1 #385 - An Open-Air China Market, Koblenz, Germany
1 #386 - Harbor of Hamburg, Germany
1 #387 - Market Place and Cathedral, Nuremburg, Germany
1 #388 - Making Hay in the Highlands of Bavaria, Germany
1 #389 - Kleber Place in the Heart of Strassburg, Germany
1 #390 - Toiling in the Vineyards - Picking the Luscious Grapes, Rudesheim, Germany
1 #391 - Rhine Valley at Bingen, Germany
1 #392 - The Great Bridge Over the Rhine at Bonn, Germany
1 #393 - Market Scene, Cologne, Germany
1 #394 - Zeppelin Flying Over a German Town - Lower Valley on the Rhine
1 #395 - In the Vegetable Market, Brussels, Belgium
1 #396 - Milk Cart, Antwerp, Belgium
1 #397 - River Meuse and Pare de la Citadel, Namur, Belgium
1 #398 - Belgian Draft Horse - A World Champion in Foreground
1 #399 - New Market and Canal, Amsterdam, Holland
1 #400 - On the Leuvehaven, Rotterdam, Holland
1 #401 - A Dutch Fishing Village, Island of Marken, Zuider Zee, Holland
1 #402 - Quaint Street in a Dutch Village, Holland
1 #403 - Dutch Farm Hands Milking Holstein-Friesian Cattle Near Rotterdam, Holland
1 #404 - Queen Louise Bridge, Copenhagen, Denmark
1 #405 - A Busy Market Square, Copenhagen, Denmark
1 #406 - The Krystal-Gade and Round Tower, Copenhagen, Denmark
1 #407 - The Lotefos, Norway's Most Famous Waterfall
1 #408 - In the Fair and Fertile Jordal Valley - Buerbrae Glacier in Distance, Norway
1 #409 - Carding and Spinning Wool - Snow Capped Mt. Boertenose in the Background, Telemarken, Norway
1 #410 - Making the "Flat Bread" of the Norwegian Peasant, Norway
1 #411 - Milking the Goats, Hardanger Fjord, Norway
1 #412 - Grindstones Which Convert the Blocks into Wood Pulp - Manufacture of Paper, Paper Mills, Skotifos, Norway
1 #413 - Laplanders Milking the Reindeer, Norway
1 #414 - Midnight Sun, North Cape, Lapland
1 #415 - Floating Whale Station, Spitzenbergen, Lapland
1 #416 - General View of Stockholm Sweden
1 #417 - The Council Room, Royal Palace, Stockholm, Sweden
1 #418 - Delecarlian Girls at Home, "Skansen," Stockholm, Sweden
1 #419 - Woman Weeding a Field of Sugar Beets, Sweden
1 #420 - Custom House Scene and Harbor of the Enterprising City of Gothenburg, Sweden
1 #421 - Bird's Eye View of Paris from the Arch of Triumph, France
1 #422 - Avenue Des Champs Elysces, Paris, France
1 #423 - Flower Market on St. Michael's Bridge at 6 O' Clock a.m., Paris, France
1 #424 - The Grand Opera House, Paris, France
1 #425 - Cathedral of Notre Dame, Paris, France
1 #426 - Looking Down Over City of Chatean-Thierry from Heights of the Old Chateau, Belfry Tower of Hotel de Ville (City Hall) in Foreground
1 #427 - Glacier des Bossons, Chamonix, France
1 #428 - Mer de Glace (Sea of Ice), from the Montanvert, Chamonix, France
1 #429 - The Cathedral and Harbor, Marseilles, Ferance
1 #430 - A Seaside Paradise and Winter Resort, Cannes, France
1 #431 - Women Washing Clothes, Nice, France
1 #432 - Monaco - The Prince's Castle in View
1 #433 - Commodious Harbor of Barcelona, Looking Towards the Columbus Monument and Custom House, Spain
1 #434 - General View of Burgos, Spain
1 #435 - Panorama of Madrid Showing Fetes Celebration in the Foreground, Spain
1 #436 - Alhambra Palace, Granada, Spain
1 #437 - Picking Valencia Oranges Near Valencia, Spain
1 #438 - Andalusian Carts Coming into Town, Almeria, Spain
1 #439 - Rock of Gibraltar, Spain
1 #440 - To the Clouds by Rail - Mt. Pilatus, Switzerland
1 #441 - Braving Alpine Perils - On the Top of Mt. Pilatus Overlooking a Sea of Clouds, Switzerland
1 #442 - The Kapellbrucke Crossing the River Reuss, Lucerne, Switzerland
1 #443 - The Wood Carver, Meirlingen, Switzerland
1 #444 - Lauterbrunnen Valley and Lovely Falls of the Staubbach, Switzerland
1 #445 - A Mountain Chalet, Grindelwald, Switzerland
1 #446 - Blowing the Alpine Horn, Grindelwald, Switzerland
1 #447 - Grindelwald on Market Day, Switzerland
1 #448 - Looking at the Matterhorn from Riffelburg Hotel, Switzerland
1 #449 - Carrying Goods for the High Alps near Zermatt, Switzerland
1 #450 - Rome, The Eternal City from the Balcony of St. Peter's, Italy
1 #451 - The Tiber, Castle of San Angelo and St. Peter's Church, Rome, Italy
1 #452 - The Colosseum, the "King of Ruins," Rome, Italy
1 #453 - Mount Vesuvius from Ruins of Herculaneum, Italy
1 #454 - A Neapolitan Team, Naples, Italy
1 #455 - Street Scene in Tenement District, Palermo, Sicily
1 #456 - Vecchio Bridge Across the River Arno, Florence
1 #457 - Grand Canal, Venice, Italy
1 #458 - The Cathedral, Milan, Italy
1 #459 - Lake Como and Village, Como, Italy
1 #460 - Maria Theresa Platz, Innsbruck, Austria-Hungary
1 #461 - Public Square Looking Toward Schlossberg, Gratz, Austria
1 #462 - Along the Danube Canal in the Very Heart of Vienna, Austria-Hungary
1 #463 - Historic Carlstein Castle near Prague, Bohemia
1 #464 - One of Europe's Famous Avenues, Andrassy Strasse, Budapest, Hungary
1 #465 - Polish School Children, Zakopane, Galicia, Austria-Hungary
1 #466 - Natives in Market Place, Sarajevo, Bosnia, Austria-Hungary
1 #467 - View of Junction of Save River with the Danube- Hungarian City of Semlin in Distance at the Right- From Heights of Belgrade, Serbia
1 #468 - Street Scene Showing Peasant Woman and Sidewalk Coffee-House, Sofia, Bulgaria
1 #469 - Native Market Scene, Ruschuk, Bulgaria
1 #470 - Great Railway Bridge Over the Danube River, Czernavoda, Roumania
1 #471 - Roumanian Mother and Children, Orsova, Austria-Hungary
1 #472 - The Famous Galata Bridge and the Golden Horn, Constantinople, Turkey
1 #473 - Mosque of St. Sophia, Constantinople, Turkey
1 #474 - Street Scene in Constantinople, Turkey
1 #475 - Athens and Acropolis, Greece
1 #476 - The Royal Palace, Athens, Greece
1 #477 - Excavators at Work, Old Corinth, Greece
1 #478 - Ruins of the Temple of Zeus, Olympia, Greece
1 #479 - Treading Out the Grain, Threshing as in the Olden Days, Greece
1 #480 - Shepherds and Their Flocks on the Argive Plain, Greece
1 #481 - Fish Wives in Finland - A Busy Scene on the Quay
1 #482 - Senate and the Academy on the Vasili Island, St. Petersburg, Russia
1 #483 - The Kremlin, Moscow, Russia
1 #484 - The Great Bell Market at the Fair, Nizhni Novgorod, Russia
1 #485 - Hat and Clothes Market in the Jewish Quarter, Warsaw, Poland
1 #486 - The Krestchatik, the Principal Street of Kief, One of the Famous Old Cities of Russia
1 #487 - Quaint Dairy Maids Delivering Milk in Earthenware Jars Suspended on Poles, Kief, Russia
1 #488 - Plowing With a Primitive Native Plow - How the Russian Peasant Tills His Leased Fields
1 #489 - Looking Up the Bosporus Toward the Black Sea from the Heights above Scutari, Turkey in Asia
1 #490 - Circassian Native Types of Asia Minor
1 #491 - City Blacksmith Shoeing Buffalo on Streets of Tarsus, Syria
1 #492 - Bird's-Eye View Of Beirut, Syria
1 #493 - Over the Roofs, "The Street Called Straight," Damascus, Syria
1 #494 - A Sheik and His Bodyguard, Syria
1 #495 - View of Jerusalem from Mount of Olives, Palestine
1 #496 - Russian Pilgrims Returning from the Jordan on the Jericho Road, Palestine
1 #497 - The Threshing Floor of Nazareth, Palestine
1 #498 - Native Women Grinding Wheat, Palestine
1 #499 - Madras and Harbor, India\
1 #500 - The Howrah Bridge Over the Hooghly River, Calcutta, India
1 #501 - Pilgrims Bathing in the Sacred Ganges Before the Temple in Benares, the Religious Center of India
1 #502 - The Taj Mahal, Agra, India
1 #503 - Mohammedan Multitudes Leaving the Jumma Mosque, Delhi, India
1 #504 - Abundant and Marvelous Life of India Thronging the Spacious Thoroughfare, Jaipur, India
1 #505 - Stately Elephants on Parade, Jaipur, India
1 #506 - Spinning and Weaving Woolen Shawls, Srinagar, Kashmir, India
1 #507 - Inflated Bullock Skins Used for Ferry Boats on Sutlej River in the Punjab, India
1 #508 - "The Roof of the World" - The Majestic Himalayas Rising in Matchless Splendor Above the Sea of Clouds to Greet the Morning Sun, Northern India
1 #509 - Giant Beast of Burden, Patient Elephants Hauling Logs from the Salwin River, Maulmain, Burma
1 #510 - Royal Elephant Hunt, Siam
1 #511 - Colombo Harbor from the Landing Jetty, Ceylon
1 #512 - Grinding Gems- Garnets, Rubies, Sapphires and Moonstones, at Ratnapora, Ceylon
1 #513 - "Queen's Road," the Busiest Thoroughfare of Hong Kong, China
1 #514 - On the River, Canton, China
1 #515 - The Yangtze River Valley at Chinkiang, China
1 #516 - The Chinese Substitute for Horse Power - Manipulating a Huge Stone Roller on the Streets of Nanking, China
1 #517 - China's Great River Yang-tse Kiang, at the Villages of Muchan and Yougste, China
1 #518 - Train of Bactrian Camels, Peking, China
1 #519 - An Open Air Restaurant, Peking, China
1 #520 - Chinese School Children and Teacher at the American Board of Missions, Peking, China
1 #521 - Store of Rich Chinese Tea Merchant, Chifu (or Chefoo), Nearest Trading Port to Port Arthur, North China
1 #522 - Chinese Farm Boys Tilling the Soil, near Port Arthur
1 #523 - Chinamen Sawing Timbers for the Japanese Army, Manchuria
1 #524 - Caravan Passing Through an Ancient Gateway in the Great Wall at the Head of the Nankow Pass, North China
1 #525 - Fujiyama, Japan
1 #526 - Tokio (or Tokyo), The Japanese Capital
1 #527 - Threshing Rice by Pulling the Grains from the Stem, Japan
1 #528 - Rice Planters at Work, Japan
1 #529 - Rice Harvest. Cutting the Straw Close to the Ground with a Sickle, Japan
1 #530 - A Country Girl of Old Japan Gathering Tea - Among the Famous Tea Fields of Shizuoka, Japan
1 #531 - Drying Sardines on the Beach, Beppu, Japan
1 #532 - All Sorts and Sizes - A Japanese Shoe Shop
1 #533 - Japanese Bed and Interior of House
1 #534 - In the "land of Flowers," a Tea House in Japan
1 #535 - A Japanese Garden - An Idyllic Spot Where Little Japanese Maids Delight to Stroll
1 #536 - Silkworm Incubator, Japan
1 #537 - Gathering Mulberry Leaves for the Silk Worms, Japan
1 #538 - Feeding Mulberry Leaves to the Voracious Young Silk Worms, Japan
1 #539 - Silk Worm Cocoons in Their Nests - The Silent Toilers Have Finished Their Spinning and the Cocoons Are Ready for the Silk Manufacturer, Japan
1 #540 - Reeling Silk from Cocoons, Kiryu, Japan
1 #541 - One of Japan's Largest Modern Silk Weaving Plants - American Machinery and American Methods, Kiryu, Japan
1 #542 - White-Robed Pottery Peddlers on the Streets of Seoul, Korea
1 #543 - Charcoal Carriers of Seoul, Chosen
1 #544 - Boarding the Train at Kansk, Siberia
1 #545 - An Active Volcano in Java
1 #546 - "Cascos," The Floating Homes of Many Thousand House Boats on the Pasig River, Manila, Island of Luzon, P.I.
1 #547 - Calle Real, Principal Street of Walled City, Manila, P.I.
1 #548 - Cattle Used to Pack Animals and for Riding - Mayon in the Background, Island of Luzon, P.I.
1 #549 - Filipino Farmers Harrowing Rice Fields near Manila, P.I.
1 #550 - Hulling Rice for Breakfast - Island of Luzon, P.I.
1 #551 - Husking Coconuts - A Familiar Scene in the Great Coconut Country near Pagsanjan Island of Luzon, P.I.
1 #552 - Manila Hemp Industry - Stripping the Tree, Philippines
1 #553 - Manila Hemp Industry - Interior of a Native Rope Factory, Philippines
1 #554 - Mission Home Grounds, Island of Guam
1 #555 - Teeming Arab Life in the Market Place, Tangier, Morocco
1 #556 - Harbor of Algiers, Algeria
1 #557 - Outside the Fine Old Gate, Bab-el-Hathera, In the Walls of Tunis, Tunis.
1 #558 - Bird-Eye's View of Alexandria from British Fort, Komed Dimas, Egypt
1 #559 - The Suez Canal from an Ocean Liner, Looking North, Egypt, Africa
1 #560 - The Great Nile Bridge, Cairo, Egypt
1 #561 - Tilling the Soil as in Ancient Days, Egypt
1 #562 - Threshing Beans in the Fields, Egypt
1 #563 - Native Boys Spinning Cotton, Egypt
1 #564 - Innundation of the Nile, Egypt
1 #565 - The Sphinx and the Second Pyramid, Gizeh (or Giza), Egypt
1 #566 - Tigran Bey - Ancient and Modern Egypt, Sakkara
1 #567 - A Caravan Leaving an Oasis in the Desert, Egypt
1 #568 - Ruins of Karnak, Egypt
1 #569 - The Great Dam, Assuan, Egypt
1 #570 - Peeling Bark for Making Bark Cloth, Uganda, Africa
1 #571 - Sisal Hemp Plantation in Blossom, Uganda, Africa
1 #572 - The Native Market at Port Florence, Lake Victoria, Nyanza, Africa
1 #573 - Shipping Ivory at Mombasa, Africa
1 #574 - Dar-Es-Salaam, the Chief City and Port of German East Africa
1 #575 - Bridge on the Cape to Cairo, Railway, Over Zambeza River, near Victoria Falls, Africa
1 #576 - Victoria Falls on the Zambesi River, Rhodesia, Africa
1 #577 - Result of a Morning's Hippopotamus Hunt on Miembo River, Rhodesia, East Africa
1 #578 - Returning with Trophies from a Big Game Hunt, Rhodesia, Africa
1 #579 - Gold Quartz Mining, 10th Level, 1200 Feet Under Ground, Robinson Mine, Johannesburg, South Africa
1 #580 - Imperial Army Transports Crossing the Vaal River at Viljoen's Drift, South Africa
1 #581 - Taking Out the "Diamondiferous Blue Earth" at Wesselton Diamond Mines, Kimberley, South Africa
1 #582 - City Hall from Parade Ground, Showing Table Mountain, Cape Town, South Africa
1 #583 - Millions of South African Gannets near Capetown, South Africa
1 #584 - Penguins on Dassen Island near Cape Town, South Africa
1 #585 - United States Troops in Review, Centennial Park, Sydney, Australia
1 #586 - Giant Eucalyptus or Gum Trees, 400 Feet High, Victoria, Australia
1 #587 - Federal Parliament Building, Melbourne, Australia
1 #588 - Kangaroos in the Zoological Garden, Adelaide, Australia
1 #589 - Sheep on the Range, Queensland, Australia
1 #590 - Elizabeth Street and the Union Bank of Australia, Hobart, Tasmania
1 #591 - Looking Across Auckland Harbor Towards Auckland from Northcote, New Zealand
1 #592 - In a Papuan Village, New Zealand
1 #593 - The Sun Photographed Through Forty-Inch Telescope Made by Yerkes Observatory at Williams Bay, Wisconsin
1 #594 - The Full Moon - Yerkes Observatory Photograph
1 #595 - Moon at Age of Seventeen Days - Yerkes Observatory Photograph
1 #596 - The Planet Mars - Yerkes Observatory Photograph
1 #597 - The Planet Saturn and Its Rings - Yerkes Observatory Photograph
1 #598 - The Planet Uranus and Its Two Moons - Yerkes Observatory Photograph
1 #599 - Meteor in Constellation of Orion - Yerkes Observatory Photograph
1 #600 - Morehouse's Comet - Yerkes Observatory Photograph

CINEMA - STEREOPTICON SLIDES - ADDITIONS (TRANSFERRED FROM THE JOHN JAMES TIGERT PAPERS)

A (1923) 106-piece set of Keystone View Company (Meadville, Pennsylvania...) stereopticon slides documenting the (June through August) 1923 westward cross-country "Voyage of Understanding" by President and Mrs. Warren G. Harding (to improve the public perception of his scandal-ridden administration) as well as the President's death and funeral. President Harding's physically demanding schedule (including the first visit to Alaska by a sitting U.S. President) resulted in a severe respiratory illness (believed to be pneumonia) leading to his sudden death on August 2, 1923. THE SLIDE SET WAS TRANSFERRED FROM THE JOHN JAMES TIGERT PAPERS IN THE UNIVERSTY OF FLORIDA ARCHIVES/DEPARTMENT OF SPECIAL AND AREA STUDIES COLLECTIONS. John J. Tigert was the Commissioner of Education under Presidents Warren Harding and Calvin Coolidge (1921-28) and the President of the University of Florida (1928-47). He accompanied the Hardings on the ill-fated trip and is pictured in a few of the stereopticon slides. SEE ALSO: JOHN JAMES TIGERT PAPERS, SPECIAL AND AREA STUDIES COLLECTIONS, GEORGE A. SMATHERS PAPERS, UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA , GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA.


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1A #1 (slide not numbered) - Alaskan totem pole
1A #2 (slide not numbered) - Dr. John J. Tigert (Commissioner of Education) and Secretary of the Interior Hubert Work in Alaska
1A #3 (slide not numbered) - Dr. John J. Tigert (Commissioner of Education) and Secretary of the Interior Hubert Work in Alaska
1A #4 (slide not numbered) - Dr. John J. Tigert (Commissioner of Education) and Secretary of the Interior Hubert Work in Alaska
1A #5 (slide not numbered) - President and Mrs. Warren G. Harding, Secretary of Commerce Herbert Hoover and others posing with an Alaskan totem pole
1A #6 (18503) - President and Mrs. Harding leaving White House to visit Lincoln Memorial before Alaskan trip - Washington, D.C.
1A #7 (18504) - President Harding making one of his first speeches on Great Alaskan Trip at Martinsburg, Maryland
1A #8 (18505) - President Harding driving a tractor binder - Hutchinson, Kansas
1A #9 (18506) - President Harding at Inspiration Point, Yellowstone Falls, Wyoming
1A #10 (18507) - President and Mrs. Harding in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
1A #11 (18508) - President Harding enjoying his golf at Salt Lake City, Utah
1A #12 (18509) - President Harding getting first hand knowledge about irrigation in Idaho
1A #13 (18510) - President Harding in the "cab" of Great St. Paul electric locomotive - Falcon, Idaho
1A #14 (18511) - President Harding speaking at Butte, Montana
1A #15 (18512) - President Harding holds "Pow Wow" with Umabilla Indians at Meacham, Oregon
1A #16 (18513) - President Harding reading the message and Charles Becker, Pony Express rider who carried it, announcing election of President Lincoln - Meacham, Oregon
1A #17 (18514) - Alaskan salmon looks good to President and Mrs. Harding at Metlakatla, Alaska
1A #18 (18515) - "Off for the golf course," President Harding in "fine fettle," Salt Lake City, Utah
1A #19 (18516) - Enjoying the wonders of Yellowstone Falls, President and Mrs. Harding and Parks Superintendent Albright, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
1A #20 (18517) - President Harding feeds "Max" the Bear in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
1A #21 (18518) - President Harding addressing Boy Scouts at Butte, Montana
1A #22 (18519) - President Harding aboard the U.S.S. Henderson in Alaskan waters
1A #23 (18520) - President Harding at U.S. Veterans Hospital No. 77, Portland, Oregon
1A #24 (18521) - President Harding becomes life member of Old Oregon Trail Association at Meacham, Oregon
1A #25 (18522) - President Harding speaking at "Old Oregon Trail" Celebration, Meacham, Oregon
1A #26 (18523) - President Harding, first President to visit Alaska, speaking at Ketchikan
1A #27 (18524) - President Harding, Mrs. Harding, Governor Bone (at left) and Sec'y Wallace at Metlakatla, Alaska
1A #28 (18525) - President and Mrs. Harding and Governor Bone at Ketchikan, Alaska
1A #29 (18526) - President Harding lays corner stone to new Masonic Temple, Ketchikan, Alaska
1A #30 (18527) - Mr. Frank Anderson photographing his son with President harding, Utah
1A #31 (18528) - A paddle to help him on Alaskan water trip
1A #32 (18529) - President Harding admiring Mr. Carlson's dog team in Alaska
1A #33 (18530) - President Harding speaking at Fairbanks, Alaska
1A #34 (slide not numbered) - President Harding driving last spike - Alaskan Railway
1A #35 (slide not numbered) - President Harding driving last spike - Alaskan Railway
1A #36 (18531) - President Harding speaking to school children at Ogden, Utah
1A #37 (18532) - President Harding placing wreath on Tomb of World War Veteran at Mount Scott Cemetary, Portland, Oregon
1A #38 (18533) - President Harding placing wreath on Roosevelt Statue, Portland, Oregon
1A #39 (18534) - President Harding "teeing off," Country Club Golf Course, Hutchinson, Kansas
1A #40 (18535) - President Harding holds the baby and talks to the farmers, Hutchinson, Kansas
1B #41 (18536) - President and Mrs. Harding in launch at Wrangell. Alaska
1B #42 (18537) - President Harding in a friendly chat, Hutchinson, Kansas
1B #43 (18538) - A highly honored baby "in the President's arms," Hutchinson, Kansas
1B #44 (18539) - Mrs. Harding aboard old stage coach at Meacham, Oregon
1B #45 (18540) - President Harding visits Masonic Lodge at Seward, Alaska
1B #46 (18541) - President Harding, Sec'y Christian, Capt. Andrews and Gov. Bone at Childs Glacier, Cordova, Alaska
1B #47 (18542) - President and Mrs. Harding ride the Mayor's "flivver," Sitka, Alaska
1B #48 (18543) - President Harding and Old Chief Katlean, Alaskan Indian at Sitka, Alaska
1B #49 (18544) - President and Mrs. Harding leaving St. Michael Cathedral, Sitka, Alaska
1B #50 (18545) - Children meet President Harding at Valdez, Alaska
1B #51 (18546) - President and Mrs. Harding visit Jackson Museum of Indian Relics at Sitka
1B #52 (18547) - President and Mrs. Harding and official party before Great Alaskan Totem Pole at Sitka
1B #53 (18548) - President Harding addressing people at Fairbanks, Alaska
1B #54 (18549) - President's train in Alaska - Hubert Work, Herbert Hoover, Henry C. Wallace, James Gordon Steese, Scott C. Bone, Mrs. Jennings, President Harding, Speaker of House Frederick Gillett and Mrs. Harding
1B #55 (18550) - Sec'y Work, Gov. Bone and President Harding at Wrangell, Alaska
1B #56 (18551) - Ford, Edison and Firestone at the King residence, Marion, Ohio - President Harding's funeral
1B #57 (18552) - Harding Funeral Party leving cemetery, Marion, Ohio
1B #58 (18553) - Receiving Vault, Marion, Ohio, where the body was temporarily interred - Harding Funeral
1B #59 (18554) - Harding Lot on cemetery, Marion, Ohio, where the President's mother and sister lie buried
1B #60 (18555) - President Harding Funeralprocession proceeding down east Center Street on way to cemetery, Marion Ohio
1B #61 (18556) - Body of President Harding leaving father's home, Marion, Ohio on way to cemetery
1B #62 (18557) - Marion, Ohio - Thronged by thousands paying their last respects to President Harding
1B #63 (18558) - President Harding's body lying in state at the Rotunda of the Capitol, Washington, D.C.
1B #64 (18559) - Caisson carrying the body of President Harding enroute from White House to Capitol, Washington, D.C.
1B #65 (18560) - President Harding's body arriving at the Capitol, Washington, D.C.
1B #66 (18561) - President Harding's body leaving the White House, Washington, D.C.
1B #67 (18562) - President Harding's home showing the famous front porch, Marion, Ohio
1B #68 (18564) - The King home in Marion, Ohio, opened its doors to prominent guests attending the Harding Funeral
1B #69 (18565) - Ex- President and Mrs. Wilson, Washington, D.C.
1B #70 (18566) - Harding Funeral procession on way to cemetery, Marion , Ohio
1B #71 (18567) - Funeral train bearing body of President Harding coming into Chicago, Illinois
1B #72 (18568) - Pullman Car "Superb" containing body of President Harding in Chicago, Illinois
1B #73 (18569) - Entering Capitol to pay their last respects to President Harding, Washington, D.C.
1B #74 (18570) - President and Mrs. Coolidge leaving Capitol where President Harding's body was lying in state, Washington, D.C.
1B #75 (18571) - President Harding's body lying in state, East Room of the White House
1B #76 (18572) - The White House flag at half mast while President Harding's body was lying in state
1B #77 (18573) - President Harding reaches the end of his last journey home, Marion, Ohio
1B #78 (18574) - Arrival of President and Mrs. Coolidge at Dr. Harding's home - President Harding's Funeral, Marion, Ohio
1B #79 (18575) - President and Mrs. Harding aboard the Henderson in Alaskan waters
1B #80 (18576) - President Harding and Sec'y Christian watching steam hole, Yellowstone National Park
1C #81 (18577) - President and Mrs. Harding at Emerald Pool, Yellowstone National Park
1C #82 (18578) - President Harding inspecting Canadian soldiers at Vancouver, B.C., Canada
1C #83 (18679) - President Harding's Special on Alaskan Railway, the President in Engine Cab
1C #84 (18580) - President Harding and Governor Bone of Alaska beneath Arch of Welcome at Metlakatla
1C #85 (18581) - President and Mrs. Harding and many distinguished members of Presidential Party , aboard the Henderson in Alaskan waters
1C #86 (18582) - President Harding "at the throttle" on Government Railway in Alaska
1C #87 (18583) - The Presidential Party on Hay Rack Special at Cordova, Alaska
1C #88 (18584) - Secretary Herbert Hoover caught fish at Seward, Alaska
1C #89 (18585) - President Harding speaking at Vancouver, B.C.
1C #90 (18586) - President Harding "hitting the ties" in Alaska
1C #91 (18587) - President Harding, Secretaries Hoover, Work and Wallace and Speaker Gillett in Alaska (2 copies)
1C #92 (18588) - Sec'y Work, Ex - Governor Spry of United States Land Office and reindeer herders in Alaska
1C #93 (18589) - Greeted by citizens of Sitka Alaska
1C #94 (18590) - President Harding and Party enjoying glacier sights in Alaska
1C #95 (18591) - President driving the last spike on Alaskan Railway at Tanana River
1C #96 (18592) - President Harding among good friends in Alaska
1C #97 (18593) - President Harding meets representatives of the Dominiioin Government at Vancouver, B.C.
1C #98 (18594) - Gov. Bone dons Eskimo "parka" for President and Mrs. Harding
1C #99 (18595) - President Harding and Party riding horses into the canyons of Zion National Park, Utah
1C #100 (18596) - President Harding and Party visit Darwin Fox Farm in Alaska
1C #101 (18597) - President Harding speaking at Sitka, Alaska
1C #102 (18598) - President Harding meets Charlie Russell, famous cowboy artist, Butte, Montana
1C #103 (18599) - President Harding's car at head of parade, Vancouver, B.C.
1C #104 (28000) - British troops and United States Marines in line for President Harding at Vancouver, B.C.
1C #105 (28001) - President and Mrs. Harding in Vancouver, B.C.
1C #106 (28002) - President and Mrs. Harding like the "kiddies" in Alaska

CINEMA - STEREOPTICON SLIDES - ADDITIONS (GIFT OF RICH BENNETT)

Four stereopticon sets (3 narrative depictions of the joys and tribulations of domestic life - 1901 NEWLYWEDS - 12 slides, 1901 ADMIRATION, etc. - 19 slides, 1906 WEDDING BELLS - 8 slides and a 1906 TOUR OF THE YOSEMITE VALLEY - 24 slides) produced by Griffith and Griffith, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Newlyweds and Wedding Bells) and Underwood and Underwood Publishers, New York (Admiration, etc and Yosemite). GIFT TO THE DEPARTMENT OF SPECIAL AND AREA STUDIES COLLECTIONS/ POPULAR CULTURE COLLECTIONS FROM RICH BENNETT - GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA.


SET #1 - NEWLYWEDS (1901)

Box
1D #1 (2387) - Mrs. Newlywed's new French cook.
1D #2 (2388) - "You little peach, are you our new cook?"
1D #3 (2389) - "Oh, you naughty man!"
1D #4 (2390) - "How dare you sir!"
1D #5 (2391) - "Sh -, my wife 's coming."
1D #6 (2392) - "Hands, what does she mean?"
1D #7 (2393) - "Thunder, what a fix!"
1D #8 (2394) - "Yes, my dear, she shall go at once."
1D #9 (2395) - "Now, will you be good?"
1D #10 (2396) - "Come, dear, let's go to the opera."
1D #11 (2397) - Mrs. Newlywed's new wnch cook.
1D #12 (2398) - They live happily ever after.

SET #2 - ADMIRATION, etc. (1901)

Slide #16 missing.


Box
1D #13 (1) - ADMIRATION - Pierced by Cupid's dart.
1D #14 (2) - EXPECTATION - Married life as he pictured it (music without words).
1D #15 (3) - ELATION - "I've cought sister this time!"
1D #16 (4)- CONSTERNATION - "Don't you dare tell Father!"
1D #17 (5) - DECLARATION - "Two hearts that beat as one" - but what will Papa say?"
1D #18 (6) - ALIENATION - His wedding Eve at the Bachelor Club.
1D #19 (7) - OBLITERATION - The wedding eve bonfire and farewell to former affections.
1D #20 (8) - SOLEMNIZATION - The nuptial ceremony.
1D #21 (9) - CONGRATULATION - The wedding supper.
1D #22 (10) - ADORATION - Alone at last.
1D #23 (11) - ANTICIPATION - Visions of the future.
1D #24 (12) - INVITATION - "Have one of your wife's biscuits!"
1D #25 (13) - VEXATION - "You heartless wretch to call them brickbats!"
1D #26 (14) - TRIBULATION - Trials of housekeeping, the cook indisposed.
1D #27 (15) - PRESENTATION - The first born.
1D #28 (17) - REALIZATION - Married life as he found it (Words without music).
1D #29 (18) - Home from the Married Man's Club he fears the storm.
1D #30 (19) SUBJUGATION - There is no place like home!

SET #3 WEDDING BELLS (1906)

Box
1D #31 (3558) - The proposal.
1D #32 (3559) - The bridesmaids.
1D #33 (3560) - The bride.
1D #34 (3561) - The ceeremony.
1D #35 (3562) - "With this ring I thee wed."
1D #36 (3563) - "The Lord bless thee and I."
1D #37 (3564) - Congratulations.
1D #38 (3565) - The bride's toast.

SET #4 YOSEMITE VALLEY (1902)

with original leatherette container book


Box
1D #39 (6017) - From Inspiration Point through Yosemite Valley - showing Bridal Veil Falls, California
1D #40 (6018) - El Capitan, most imposing of granite cliffs - east to Half Dome, Yosemite Valley, California
1D #41 (6019) - Ribbon Falls, looking N. from the Valley near Merced River, Yosemite, California
1D #42 (6020) - El Capitan, a solid granite mountain - looking N.W. - Yosemite Valley, California
1D #43 (6021) - "Three Brothers" (Eagle Peak in center) from down the Valley in wonderful Yosemite, California
1D #44 (6022) - North Dome, Half Dome and Cloud's Rest, Yosemite Valley, California
1D #45 (6023) - Mirror view of the majestic Cathedral Rocks - looking W.S. W. down the Valley, Yosemite, California
1D #46 (6024) - Amidst Yosemite's charms - Sentinel Hotel, looking north across Valley to Yosemite Falls, California
1D #47 (6025) - Majestic Yosemite Point and wind-sprayed Yosemite Falls, Yosemite Valley, California
1D #48 (6026) - The Valley, Half Dome, Nevada Falls, Cap of Liberty and imposing Sierras from Eagle Peak, Yosemite, California
1D #49 (6027) - Yosemite Falls from Glacier Point Trail, Yosemite Valley, California
1D #50 (6028) - Look up the sheer face of Glacier Point to the Overhanging Rocks , Yosemite Valley, California
1D #51 (6029) - Look straight down from Overhanging Rocks, Glacier Point into Valley below Yosemite, California
1D #52 (6030) - Nearly a mile straight down and only a step - from Glacier Point, Yosemite, California
1D #53 (6031) - Overlooking Nature's grandest scenery - from Glacier Point, Yosemite Valley, California
1D #54 (6032) - From Glacier Point, over Mirror Lake, Half Dome and Cloud's Rest, Yosemite Valley,California
1D #55 (6033) - Nevada and Vernal Falls and Cap of Liberty - from Glacier Point, Yosemite Valley, California
1D #56 (6034) - Amidst the majestic heights and chasms of wonderful Yosemite Valley - from Trail, California
1D #57 (6035) - On the brink of a fearful chasm - from Glacier Canyon to Half Dome, Yosemite valley, California
1D #58 (6036) - Climbing up the steep Zig-ZagTrail - at the eastern end of Yosemite Valley, California
1D #59 (6037) - Nevada Falls and Cap of Liberty from Trail looking east - Yosemite Valley, California
1D #60 (6038) - Mirror Lake where Nature multiplies her charms - looking to Mt. Watkins, Yosemite valley, California
1D #61 (6039) - From Cloud's Rest over Lake Tenaya to the distant Matterhorn, Sierra Nevada Mts., California
1D #62 (6040) - From Cloud's Rest over Little Yosemite Valley to Mt. Clark, Sierra Nevada Mts., California

CINEMA - MAGIC LANTERN AND GLASS PROJECTION SLIDES

Box
1E Magic Lantern. A (wood) boxed MAGIC LANTERN or LANTERNA MAGICA (made in Great Britain - no date) with 23 1.5 x 6 - inch (multiple -image) glass slides included as part of the CINEMA and WIDESCREEN/CINERAMA holdings to represent the earliest form of theatrical projection. Considered the first projector, the MAGIC LANTERN was invented in the 1650s and soon became a traveling showman's instrument. During the 17th Century, wandering lanternists would put on a small-scale show in inns and castles, using a lantern lit with candles. Often these shows featured goblins and devils - hence the name the MAGIC LANTERN. The heyday of the lantern was the 19th Century, when models, such as this LANTERNA MAGICA, where found in homes, lodges, churches and schools. The mass produced items came in all sizes and shapes, from toy lanterns for children, to those used in large halls - huge brass-and-mahogany, double-lens machines lit with "limelight." The limelight was created when oxygen and hydrogen were squirted on a piece of limestone which turned incandescent once the gasses were lit, and produced a light as powerful as that in a modern movie projector. The lanterns projected hand colored slides on a full-sized screen As the slides (sometimes animated with exotic special effects) were projected in a theatrical magic lantern show, a live showman and musician provided the "soundtrack" and the audience joined in creating sound effects, playing horns and tambourines, clapping, cheering and booing. The MAGIC LANTERN experience was the earliest stage in what can now be considered motion picture history.
1E Lyric Slides. A set of 39 (3.5 x 4 - inch) narrative storyline/song lyric (hand-painted /color) theatrical glass projection image slides used in early 20th Century vaudeville and nickelodeon theatres to entertain audiences (with sing-a-longs) between live acts and films. The slides are included as part of the CINEMA and WIDSCREEN/CINERAMA holdings to represent an early form of theatrical projection and presentation. Includes the (incomplete) lyric slides for the song ANY OLD TIME (slide #1, #3, #4 , #5, #8, #11, #13 - #16), the (incomplete) lyric slides for the song DOWN IN THE DEEP (slide #12 and #15), the (incomplete) lyric slides for the song MORE BESIDES (slide #2, #5, #6 - #16, #18,) and the (incomplete) lyric slides for the song YOUNA (Title Card, slide # 1-#6, #8, #10, #12, #13, #15, #16).

CINEMA - STEREOSCOPE VIEWERS

Box
2 Stereoscope Viewers. One of the most popular and ubiquitous forms of entertainment in the late 19th and early 20th Centuries, the stereo viewer (or stereopticon) was invented and patented by Sir Charles Wheatstone in 1838, but was overshadowed in popularity by a later version made by Oliver Wendell Holmes. The stereopticon, included in this collection, is an example of the Holmes Stereo Viewer (most common type from 1881 - 1939) to accompany the Keystone View Company "600 Set" geographical stereoscope image slides in BOX 1. A second stereoscope viewer ("The Perfecscope" - patented October 15, 1895 and produced June 3, 1902) is also included in this box. The "Perfecsope" is a GIFT TO THE DEPARTMENT OF SPECIAL AND AREA STUDIES COLLECTIONS/ POPULAR CULTURE COLLECTIONS FROM RICH BENNETT - GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA.

CINEMA - VIEW-MASTER VIEWER/SLIDE SETS AND MISCELLANEOUS HISTORIC PROFESSIONAL SUPER 8 HOME MOVIES

View-Master 3-D "stereoscopic sightseeing" viewers and disks have been marketed since 1939 by Sawyer's Photo Service (Portland, Oregon). Introduced at the 1939 New York World's Fair, the products were intended as an alternative to the one -dimensional scenic postcard. The View-Master holdings, in The Jim Liversidge Collection, were collected in the early to late 1960s and are included in support of WIDESCREEN and MOTION PICTURE GIMMICKS as an example of early 3-D imagery.


Box
3 View-Master Model G Viewer (introduced in 1962)
3 People of Many Lands. One Reel (Sampler) - "Free With Viewer - Not For Sale" - Includes images of Bavarian Climbers (Germany),Nassau Policeman (Bahamas), Hawaiian Hula Dancers, Girl Legong Dancer (Bali), Royal Canadian Mounted Police, etc.
3 Scenic U.S.A. Three reels and booklet edited by Lowell Thomas (No date listed) - Includes images of Autumn in New England, New York City at Night, Niagara Falls from the Air, Lookout Mountain, Chattanooga, Cypress Gardens, Florida, Wisconsin Dells, Four Presidents, Mount Rushmore, Rainbow Bridge, Utah, Grand Canyon, Grand Tetons, Yosemite Falls from Sentinel Dome, etc.
3 New England - Covered Bridges and Fall Foliage. Three Reels (No date Listed) - Includes images of Lenox, Massachusetts, The Kancamagus Highway (New Hampshire), The Mohawk Trail (Massachusetts), Bennington Battle Monument (Vermont), Mount Monadnock (New Hampshire), Sugar Hill (New Hampshire), etc.
3 Massachusetts - The Bay State. Three reels and booklet edited by Lowell Thomas (No date listed) - Includes images of Downtown Boston, Saugus Ironworks, Marblehead, Gloucester Fisherman's Monument, Rockport (Cape Ann), Lexington and Concord, The Mohawk Trail, The Berkshire Hills, Old Sturbridge Village, Martha's Vineyard, Nantucket, Plimoth Plantation, etc.
3 Boston, Massachusetts. Three reels (No date listed) - Includes images of Charles River Basin, Public Garden, Beacon Street, Swan Boats, Park Street Church, MIT, Harvard University (Cambridge), The House of Seven Gables (Salem), Old Ironsides, Old North Church, Faneuil Hall, Concord, Lexington, etc.
3 Cape Cod. Three reels (No date listed) - Includes images of Sandwich, Hyannisport, Falmouth, Sagamore Bridge and Canal, Provincetown Pilgrim's Monument, Mayflower II, Plymouth Rock, Plimoth (original spelling) Plantation, etc.
3 Old Sturbridge Village. Three Reels (No date listed) - Includes images of The Blacksmith at the Forge, The Freeman Farm, The Salem Towne House, Miner Grant's General Store, The John Fenno House, The Village Meetinghouse, The Wight Grist Mill, etc.
3 New Hampshire - The Granite State U.S.A. Three reels and booklet (1956) - Includes images of State Capitol, Hampton Beach, Daniel Webster's Birthplace, Lake Winnipesaukee, Old Man of the Mountain, Mount Washington Cog Railway, Cranmore Mountain Skimobile, Mount Monadnock State Park, etc.
3 New Hampshire - State Tour Series. Three reels and booklet edited by Lowell Thomas (No date Listed) - Includes images of The Wentworth-Coolidge Mansion (Portsmouth), Rye harbor, Hampton Beach, The Merrimack River (Manchester), State House (Concord), Mt. Sunapee, Dartmouth College (Hanover), Mount Washington Hotel (Bretton Woods), etc.
3 White Mountains of New Hampshire. Three reels (No date listed) - Includes images of Mount Chocorua, Cathedral Ledge, Storyland, Glen Ellis Falls, Six Gun City, Santa's Village, Cannon Mountain Tramway, Indian Head, Franconia Notch, etc.
3 Maine - The Pine Tree State. Three reels (1955) - Includes images of Thunder Hole (Acadia), Mount Katahdin, West Quoddy Head, Mount Desert Island, Portland Head Lighthouse, Moosehead Lake, Rangeley Lakes, etc.
3 Coast of Maine. Three reels and booklet (No date listed) - Includes images of Fort McClary (Kittery Point), Perkins Cove, Nubble Light (York), Bald Head Cliffs (Ogunquit), Seafood Spree (Rockland), Owl's Head Harbor (Penobscot Bay), Camden Harbor, Bar Harbor, etc.
3 Vermont - The Green Mountain State. Three reels and booklet (1957) - Includes images of the Bennington Battle Monument, Calvin Coolidge Birthplace, Ascutney State Park, Smuggler's Notch, Lake Champlain, Mount Mansfield, etc.
3 Rhode Island - "Little Rhody". Three reels and booklet edited by Lowell Thomas (No date listed) Includes images of Narragansett Towers, Gilbert Stuart House (Saunderstown), Providence Skyline from Prospect Terrace Park, Brown University, Textile Mill (Woonsocket), Old Slater Mill (Pawtucket), Navy College (Newport), Cliffwalk (Newport), The Breakers (Newport), etc.
3 Connecticut - State Tour Series. Three reels (No date Listed) - Includes images of Bridgeport, Peabody Museum (New Haven), Mohawk Mountain State Park, Nathan Hale's Birthplace (Coventry), State Capitol (Hartford), Gillette Castle (East Haddam), Mystic Seaport, Nuclear Sub (Groton), etc.
3 New York City. Three reels and booklet (No date listed) - Includes images of Verrazano Narrows Bridge, Coney Island, The Statue of Liberty, The Empire State Building, The United Nations Building, St. Patrick's Cathedral, Grant's Tomb, The American Museum of Natural History, Shea Stadium, etc
3 Statue of Liberty. Three reels and booklet (No date listed) - Includes images of Manhattan from cruise boat, Approaching Liberty island, The Statue from its base, Front view, Statue of Liberty at Night, Close -up aerial view, Lower Manhattan from the Ferry, Spiral staircase, etc.
3 Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia. Three reels and booklet (No date listed) - Includes images of The Governor's Palace, The Palace Gardens, Brush-Everard House, The Town Smithy, The Wren Building, Bruton Parish Church, Chowning's Tavern, The Capitol, Robertson's Windmill, etc.
3 Los Angeles, California. Three reels and booklet (No date listed) - Includes images of Pershing Square, Union Station, Olvera Street, Dodger Stadium, MacArthur Park, Wilshire Boulevard (Westwood), UCLA, Mission San Fernando, Forest Lawn Cemetery, Universal City, Disneyland, Long Beach, etc.
3 Yosemite National Park, California. Three reels (No date listed) Includes images of Sentinel Dome, Half Dome, Yosemite Falls, Sentinel Rock, El Capitan, Wawona Tunnel, etc.
3 Universal City Studios. Three reels and booklet (1967) - Includes images of The GlamorTram, Lana Turner's Dressing Room, Permanent Street Sets, Glamour Pavilion, Visitors' Center Lagoon, etc.
3 Canada. Three reels and booklet edited by Lowell Thomas (No date listed) - Includes images of Peggy's Cove (Nova Scotia), Ste. Anne De Beaupre (Quebec), Chateau Frontenac (Quebec), Downtown Montreal, Parliament Buildings (Ottawa), St. Lawrence Seaway, Niagara Falls, Toronto's International Airport, St. Boniface, Winnipeg, Lake Louise (Banff), Lions Gate Bridge (Vancouver), etc.
3 England. Three reels and booklet edited by Lowell Thomas (No date listed) - Includes images of Tower Bridge, Big Ben, Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip, Windsor Castle, Cambridge University, Coventry Cathedral, Blackpool, Stratford-On-Avon, Stonehenge, White Cliffs of Dover, etc.
3 Wonders of the World. Three reels and booklet (1969) - Includes images of Ancient Wonders: The Pyramids at El Giza, Egypt, The Colossus of Rhodes, The Pharos at Alexandria, Egypt, Hanging Gardens of Babylon, The Temple of Diana at Ephesus, The Tomb of Mausolus, The Statue of Zeus at Olympia, Greece; The Seven Modern Wonders: The Taj Mahal, Agra, India, Angkor Wat, Cambodia, Chartres Cathedral, France, The Empire State Building, The Verrazano-Narrows Bridge, NYC, Satellites in Orbit and the Saturn V Moon Rocket and The Seven Natural Wonders: Grand Canyon, Arizona, Old Faithful Geyser, Yellowstone Park, Rainbow Bridge, Utah, Giant Sequoia Trees, California, Iguazu Falls, Argentina-Brazil, Mount Everest and Earthrise from the Moon.
3 America's Man in Space - The Story of the Mercury Project. Three reels and booklet (1962) - Includes images of Astronaut Training, Launch Pad 14, Astronaut John Glenn, Astronaut Gus Grissom, Astronaut Wally Schirra, Astronaut Alan Shepard, etc.
3 The Conquest of Space. Three reels and booklet (1968) - Includes images of the Atlas Missile being fueled (1958), Russia's First Two Sputniks, Orbiting Solar Observatory, Mercury Training, Astronaut Wally Schirra, Gemini 7, Saturn V Liftoff (November 9, 1967), Landing on the Moon (Model), etc.
3 Calling All Tars. 1935 comedy short subject starring Bob Hope, Johnny Berkes, Oscar Ragland and Paul Doulas released as a Super 8 Untied Artists home movie ("End Home Movie Doldrums") in 1967 by Ken Films (Fort Lee, New Jersey). Includes original 1967 packaging.
3 Highlights of Famous Fights. Castle Films (NYC) Super 8 heavyweight boxing "home movies" of the Jack Johnson vs. Stanley Ketchel fight (October 16, 1909) and the Cassius Clay vs. Cleveland Williams fight (November 14, 1966). Produced in the late 1960s and includes original packaging.
3 The Greatest Fights of the Century. Castle Films (NYC) Super 8 "boxing home movies" of the Barney Ross vs. Henry Armstrong fight (1938) and the Tony Zale vs. Rocky Graziano fight (1948). Produced in the late 1960s and includes original packaging.
3 Fight of the Champions. Columbus Pictures 8mm heavyweight boxing "home movies" of the Joe Frazier vs. Muhammad Ali World's Heavyweight Championship fight ( March 8, 1971). Produced in 1971 and includes original packaging.
3 America On the Moon. Castle Films (NYC) Super 8 "home movies" of "NASA Footage of the Fantastic Voyage of Apollo 11." Produced in 1969 and includes original packaging.

CINEMA - AUTOGRAPHS and RELATED BIOGRAPHICAL EPHEMERA

Signed photographs, letters, programs, etc. collected from the mid 1960s to the present (in person, by mail and through purchases). A collection of biographical ephemera (programs, clippings, etc.) is included with each signed item.


Box
4 Abel, Walter - Inscribed (mailing address) signed 3 x 5 inch card (No date) - American stage, motion picture and television character actor. Noted for his long Broadway theatre career (1919 - 75) including starring roles in original productions of FORBIDDEN(1919), DESIRE UNDER THE ELMS (1924), THE HOUSE OF WOMEN (1927), WHEN LADIES MEET (1932), THE WISTERIA TREES (1950), THE PLEASURE OF HIS COMPANY (1958), SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY (1974), etc. Films include: the first sound version of THE THREE MUSKETEERS (1935 - as "D'Artagnan"), HOLD BACK THE DAWN (1941), HOLIDAY INN (1942), STAR SPANGLED RYTHM (1942), SO PROUDLY WE HAIL (1943) THE HITLER GANG (1944), MR. SKEFFINGTON (1944), AN AMERICAN ROMANCE (1944), THE KID FROM BROOKLYN (1946), 13 RUE MADELEINE (1947), DREAM GIRL (1948), THAT LADY IN ERMINE (1948), ISLAND IN THE SKY (1953), SO THIS IS LOVE (1953), THE INDIAN FIGHTER (1955), RAINTREE COUNTY (1957), MIRAGE (1965), GRACE QUIGLEY (1984), etc. He also was a regular performer on many of the classic television anthologies of the 1950s (PLAYHOUSE 90, STUDIO ONE, ARMSTRONG CIRCLE THEATRE, etc.).
4 Abel, Walter (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous clippings, filmography, etc.
4 Agar, John - Inscribed ("God Bless") signed (cut) 3x5 inch index card (No date) - American motion picture leading man of the 1940s and 50s. Most famous as the first husband of film legend, Shirley Temple (1945 - 49). Films include: FORT APACHE (1948), SHE WORE A YELLOW RIBBON (1949), SANDS OF IWO JIMA (1949), REVENGE OF THE CREATURE (1955), TARANTULA (1955), THE MOLE PEOPLE (1956), ATTACK OF THE PUPPET PEOPLE (1958), etc. plus numerous television appearances.
4 Agar, John (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous clippings, filmography, etc.
4 Allyson, June - Signed 3x5 index card (No date) - American leading lady (with musical-comedy stage experience) popular in musicals, comedies and dramatic films. Most famous as "the girl next door" or the "perfect wife" in films of the 1940s and 1950s. Films include: BEST FOOT FORWARD (1943), TWO GIRLS AND A SAILOR (1944), TILL THE CLOUDS ROLL BY (1946) GOOD NEWS (1947), LITTLE WOMEN (1949 - as "Jo"), THE GLENN MILLER STORY (1953), EXECUTIVE SUITE (1954), WOMAN'S WORLD (1954), THE SHRIKE (1955), THE OPPOSITE SEX (1956), etc. Widow of actor, Dick Powell.
4 Allyson, June (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper clippings (including obituaries), a 1947 copy of the sheet music for "The Varsity Drag" (from the MGM production of GOOD NEWS starring JUNE ALLYSON, Peter Lawford, Joan McCracken, Patricia Marshall, Mel Torme and Ray McDonald - Words and music by B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown and Ray Henderson - originally written and published in 1927), a 1947 copy of the sheet music for "Pass that Peace Pipe" (from the MGM production of GOOD NEWS starring JUNE ALLYSON, Peter Lawford, Joan McCracken, Patricia Marshall, Mel Torme and Ray McDonald - Words and music by Roger Edens, Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane), a 4-page "Press Preview" program for the 1949 film, LITTLE WOMEN, a copy of Photoplay magazine (July 1950) featuring June Allyson and Dick Powell on the cover, a 2-page press release for the 1951 film, TOO YOUNG TO KISS, a 4-page program for the 1953 film, REMAINS TO BE SEEN, a magazine advertisement for TWA Jetstream (1958) featuring June Allyson and Dick Powell, etc.
4 Ameche, Don - Inscribed ("To John - Best Wishes") signed 3 x5 inch index card (No date) - American leading man and Oscar Winner (Best Supporting Actor - COCOON - 1986) most famous for his portrayal of inventor of the telephone in THE STORY OF ALEXANDER GRAHAM BELL (1939). Other films include: RAMONA (1936), ALEXANDER'S RAGTIME BAND (1938), IN OLD CHICAGO (1938), SWANEE RIVER (1940 - as composer, "Stephen Foster"), LILLIAN RUSSELL (1940), DOWN ARGENTINE WAY (1940), THAT NIGHT IN RIO (1941), MOON OVER MIAMI (1941) HEAVEN CAN WAIT (1943), A WING AND A PRAYER (1944), THE BOATNICKS (1970), TRADING PLACES (1983), etc.
4 Ameche, Don (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper clippings (including obituaries), sheet music for the film ONE IN A MILLION (1936 - Title Song) co -starring with Sonja Henie and the Ritz Brothers, a (1939) 8 x 10 - inch (sepia-toned) production photograph featuring DON AMECHE (from the 20th Century-Fox presentation of THE STORY OF ALEXANDER GRAHAM BELL), a (2006) set of 4 Marquee 20th Century-Fox Musicals" miniature reproduction lobby cards for the 1941 musical MOON OVER MIAMI starring Betty Grable, DON AMECHE and Robert Cummings, a 1941 copy of the sheet music for "Jealous" (from the MGM production of THE FEMININE TOUCH (starring Rosalind Russell, DON AMECHE, Kay Francis, Van Heflin, Donald Meek, etc. - Words by Tommy Malie and Dick Finch and Music by Jack Little - originally written and published in 1931), a brochure promoting his 1972 stage appearance in CHAMPAGNE COMPLEX at The Little Theatre on the Square (Sullivan, Illinois), various 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) publicity and production photographs featuring DON AMECHE (including images from the 1950 ABC - TV production of DON AMECHE'S MUSICAL PLAYHOUSE starring DON AMECHE, Dorothy Grener, Betty Brewer, Bob Spiro, Jerry Parker, Jack Brown, Pam Donohue, Sue Hite and Angela Castle), multiple promotional postcards for 2007 biography, DON AMECHE - THE KENOSHA COMEBACK KID by Ben Ohmart, a signed copy (by the author) of DON AMECHE - THE KENOSHA COMEBACK KID by Ben Ohmart, etc.
4 Astaire, Fred - See BOX 4a and 4b - CINEMA - AUTOGRAPHS AND RELATED EPHEMERA - FRED ASTAIRE. Due to the large amount of biographical and promotional ephemera pertaining to the life and career of FRED ASTAIRE, this material has been transferred to a separate box.
4 Astaire, Fred (Biographical Information) - See BOX 4a and 4b - CINEMA - AUTOGRAPHS AND RELATED EPHEMERA - FRED ASTAIRE. Due to the large amount of biographical and promotional ephemera pertaining to the life and career of FRED ASTAIRE, this material has been transferred to a separate box.
4 Ayres, Lew - Inscribed ("1995 -Age 86") signed 3 x 5 inch index card (1995) - American leading man in motion pictures (former dance band musician). Films include: ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT (1930), HOLIDAY (1938), YOUNG DOCTOR KILDARE (1939 - he appeared in a subsequent series of DR. KILDARE films - in the title role), THE DARK MIRROR (1946), JOHNNY BELINDA (1948), DONOVAN'S BRAIN (1953), ADVISE AND CONSENT (1961), THE CARPETBAGGERS (1963), BATTLE FOR THE PLANET OF THE APES (1973), etc. Was married to film stars, Ginger Rogers and Lola Lane.
4 Ayres, Lew (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous clippings, etc.
4 Bacall, Lauren - Signed 3.5x6.5 inch (Black and white) publicity photo ((Received by mail - October 15, 2001) - American leading lady in motion pictures (with stage and modeling experience). Films include: TO HAVE AND HAVE NOT (1944), THE BIG SLEEP (1946), KEY LARGO (1948), YOUNG MAN WITH A HORN (1950), HOW TO MARRY A MILLIONAIRE (1953), WOMAN'S WORLD (1954), BLOOD ALLEY (1955), WRITTEN ON THE WIND (1956), DESIGNING WOMAN (1957), FLAME OVER INDIA (NORTHWEST FRONTIER - 1959), MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS (1974), MISERY (190), TEH MIRROR HAS TWO FACES (1996), etc. Was Married to Humphrey Bogart and Jason Robards.
4 Bacall, Lauren (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings, an 8 x 10 inch (black and white) production photograph for the Warner Brothers film CONFIDENTIAL AGENT (1945 - pictured with Charles Boyer), a 1956 copy of the sheet music for "Written on the Wind" (from the Universal-International production of WRITTEN ON THE WIND starring Rock Hudson, LAUREN BACALL, Robert Stack and Dorothy Malone - Lyrics by Sammy Cahn and music by Victor Young - "As sung in the picture and recorded on Decca Records by The Four Aces"), a 1970 (72-page) "Vocal Selections" songbook from the Broadway production of APPLAUSE starring LAUREN BACALL, Len Cariou, Robert Mandan, Lee Roy Reams, Bonnie Franklin, Penny Fuller, etc. - Lyrics by Lee Adams and music by Charles Strouse), a book jacket for LAUREN BACALL BY MYSELF (1978 - autobiography included in THE JIM LIVERSIDGE COLLECTION book holdings), etc.
4 Barty, Billy - Inscribed ("Best Always To Bill") signed 3x5 inch index card (July 20, 1981) - American film, stage and television character actor (Founder of THE LITTLE PEOPLE OF AMERICA in 1957). Films include: the MICKEY MCGUIRE film series (1927 - 34 - as Mickey Rooney's younger brother), GOLD DIGGERS OF 1933, FOOLIGHT PARADE (1933), A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (1935), NOTHING SACRED (1937), HARUM SCARUM (1965), THE DAY OF THE LOCUST (1975), FOUL PLAY (1978), UNDER THE RAINBOW (1981),LEGEND (1985), LIFE STINKS (1991), etc. Many television appearances.
4 Barty, Billy (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous clippings (including obituary).
4 Bergen, Polly - Signed 8 x 10 inch (black and white) publicity photograph (Received by mail -2001) - American motion picture, television, nightclub, recording and radio performer. Films include: AT WAR WITH THE ARMY (1950), THAT'S MY BOY (1951), CAPE FEAR (1962), MOVE OVER DARLING (1963), KISSES FOR MY PRESIDENT (1964), A GUIDE FOR THE MARRIED MAN (1967), MAKING MR. RIGHT (1987), CRY BABY (1990), A VERY SERIOUS PERSON (2006), etc. Many television appearances. Was married to actor Jerome Courtland and theatrical agent Freddie Fields.
4 Bergen, Polly (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper clippings a c. 1950s 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) publicity photograph (in black evening gown and gloves) and a 4-page Waldenbooks videocassette program guide for HERMAN WOUK'S WAR AND REMEMBRANCE (c. 1990)
4 Berkeley, Busby - Inscribed ("Best Wishes to Jim Liversidge") signed 3 x 5 inch index card (Received by mail - February 4, 1974) - American film and dance director who developed the kaleidoscopic dance numbers for many Warner Brothers musicals of the 1930s. Films (as director or choreographer) include: THE KID FROM SPAIN (1932), 42ND STREET (1933), GOLD DIGGERS OF 1933, DAMES (1934), GOLD DIGGERS OF 1935, HOLLYWOOD HOTEL (1937), GARDEN OF THE MOON (1938), THEY MADE ME A CRIMINAL (1939), BABES IN ARMS (1939), STRIKE UP THE BAND (1940), ZIEGFELD GIRL (1941), BABES ON BROADWAY (1941), THE GANG'S ALL HERE (1943), CINDERELLA JONES (1946), SMALL TOWN GIRL (1953), BILLY ROSE'S JUMBO (1962), etc.
4 Berkeley, Busby (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings (including obituary), a one-page handbill for HITCHY-KOO, 1923 ("Dialogue Directed by Busby Berkeley") produced at the Shubert-Jefferson Theatre (April 22, 1923), St. Louis, Missouri, a one page Spanish herald for THE GOLD DIGGERS of 1933 (VAMPIRESAS 1933 choreographed by Busby Berkekey), a 2006 DVD release of the 1933 Warner Brothers production of FOOTLIGHT PARADE and the envelope (addressed in Busby Berkeley's hand) in which the signed index card was mailed (1974). See, also, THE BUSBY BERKELEY BOOK by Tony Thomas and Jim Terry and BUZZ- THE LIFE AND ART OF BUSBY BERKELEY by Jeffrey Spivak (1973 filmography and biography included in THE JIM LIVERSIDGE COLLECTION book holdings).
4 Blackman, Honor - Signed 3 x 5 inch index card (No date) - British leading lady in motion pictures and television. Most famous as "Pussy Galore" in the James Bond film, GOLDFINGER (1964) and as "Cathy Gale" in the television series THE AVENGERS (1962 - 64). Other films include: A NIGHT TO REMEMBER (1958), JASON AND THE ARGONAUTS (1963), LIFE AT THE TOP (1965), SOMETHING BIG (1971), BRIDGET JONES'S DIARY (2001), etc.
4 Blackman, Honor (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings.
4 Blair, Betsy - Inscribed ("My best wishes") signed 3 x 5 inch index card (No date) - American leading stage and motion picture actress. Films include: ANOTHER PART OF THE FOREST (1948), THE SNAKE PIT (1948), KIND LADY (1951), MARTY (1955 - winner of the Best Actress - British Film Award), ALL NIGHT LONG (1961), A DELICATE BALANCE (1973), BETRAYED (1988) etc. Was married to Gene Kelly.
4 Blair, Betsy (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous clippings (including obituary) and book jacket for THE MEMORY OF ALL THAT: LOVE AND POLITICS IN NEW YORK, HOLLYWOOD AND PARIS by Betsy Blair (2003 autobiography included in THE JIM LIVERSIDGE COLLECTION book holdings)
4 Blyth, Ann - Inscribed ("To Jim, Peace and Joy") signed (in gold ink) 8 x 10 inch (black and white) publicity photo (Received by mail - January 22, 2002) - American leading lady in motion pictures (trained as opera singer). Films include: CHIP OFF THE OLD BLOCK (1943), THE MERRY MONAHANS (1944), MILDRED PIERCE (1945 - as Joan Crawford's evil daughter), BRUTE FORCE (1947), OUR VERY OWN (1950), THE GREAT CARUSO (1951), ROSE MARIE (1954), THE STUDENT PRINCE (1954), KISMET (1955), THE HELEN MORGAN STORY (1957 - title role), THE BUSTER KEATON STORY (1957), etc. Many television appearances.
4 Blyth, Ann (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous clippings, a 4-page "Preview" program for the 1948 film, ANOTHER PART OF THE FOREST, a 2-page Universal-International press release for the 1949 film, RED CANYON, two (1951) 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) production photographs from the Universal-International presentation of THE GOLDEN HORDE (starring ANN BLYTH and David Farrar), 3 copies of the sheet music for the film, THE GREAT CARUSO (1951 - THE LOVELIEST NIGHT OF THE YEAR - Lyrics by Paul Francis Webster and music adapted by Irving Aaronson and BECAUSE - Words by Edward Teschemacher and music by Guy d' Hardelot), a 4-page (May 29,1951) "Invitational Premiere" program (at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood, California) for THE GREAT CARUSO, a 1952 (Chinese and English) copy of the sheet music for "China Night" (from the RKO Radio Pictures production of ONE MINUTE TO ZERO starring Robert Mitchum and ANN BLYTH - Lyrics by Yaso Saizyo and music by Nobuyuki Takeoka), a 4-page "Press Preview" program for the 1955 film, KISMET, etc.
4 Bolger, Ray #1 - Inscribed ("To Mary, All the Best!") signed 8x 10 inch (black and white) publicity photograph (No date) - American eccentric dancer (with stage experience including the ZIEGFELD FOLLIES, BY JUPITER, WHERE'S CHARLEY, ALL-AMERICAN, etc). Films include: THE GREAT ZIEGFELD (1936), THE WIZARD OF OZ (1939), SUNNY (1941), THE HARVEY GIRLS (1946), LOOK FOR THE SILVER LINING (1949), WHERE'S CHARLEY? (1952), APRIL IN PARIS (1954), BABES IN TOYLAND (1961), The RUNNER STUMBLES (1979), THAT'S DANCING (1985), etc. Many television appearances including his own series, WHERE'S RAYMOND? (1953 - 55).
4 Bolger, Ray #2 - Inscribed ("To Mary from The Scarecrow, Wizard of Oz") signed 8x 10 inch (black and white) publicity photograph (head shot in "Scarecrow" costume - No date) - American eccentric dancer (with stage experience including the ZIEGFELD FOLLIES, BY JUPITER, WHERE'S CHARLEY, ALL-AMERICAN, etc). Films include: THE GREAT ZIEGFELD (1936), THE WIZARD OF OZ (1939), SUNNY (1941), THE HARVEY GIRLS (1946), LOOK FOR THE SILVER LINING (1949), WHERE'S CHARLEY? (1952), APRIL IN PARIS (1954), BABES IN TOYLAND (1961), The RUNNER STUMBLES (1979), THAT'S DANCING (1985), etc. Many television appearances including his own series, WHERE'S RAYMOND? (1953 - 55).
4 Bolger, Ray (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper clippings, a (1937) 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) MGM publicity photograph of RAY BOLGER ("...MGM dancing sensation, returns to Hollywood to dance with Eleanor Powell in MGM's 'Ziegfeldian production of ROSALIE' in which Miss Powell is co-starred with Nelson Eddy, under the direction of W.S. Van Dyke II."), a (1939) 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) MGM production photograph of RAY BOLGER (as "The Scarecrow") in THE WIZARD OF OZ, sheet music for the 1939 film, THE WIZARD OF OZ ("Over the Rainbow"), a 1962 copy of the sheet music for "Once Upon a Time" (from the Broadway production of ALL AMERICAN starring RAY BOLGER, Eileen Herlie, Ron Husmann, Anita Gillette and Fritz Weaver - Lyrics by Lee Adams and music by Charles Strouse), a book jacket for THE OFFICIAL 50TH ANNIVERSARY PICTORIAL HISTORY OF THE WIZARD OF OZ by John Fricke, Jay Scarfone and William Stillman (1989 - included in THE JIM LIVERSIDGE COLLECTION book holdings), etc.
4 Borgnine, Ernest - Signed 4 x 5 inch (black and white) publicity photograph ( Received through the mail - August, 2001) - American leading motion picture and television character actor. Oscar Winner (Best Actor - Marty - 1955). Other films include: FROM HERE TO ETERNITY (1953), JOHNNY GUITAR (1954), BAD DAY AT BLACK ROCK (1955), THE CATERED AFFAIR (1956), THE BEST THINGS IN LIFE ARE FREE (1956 - as composer "Lew Brown"), THE FLIGHT OF THE PHOENIX (1965), THE DIRTY DOZEN (1967), THE WILD BUNCH (1969), WILLARD (1971), etc. Many television appearances including his own series McHALE'S NAVY (1962 -66). Was married to Katy Jurado and Ethel Merman.
4 Borgnine, Ernest (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings, a 1956 copy of the sheet music for "Sonny Boy" (from the 20th Century-Fox production of THE BEST THINGS IN LIFE ARE FREE starring Gordon MacRae, Dan Dailey, ERNEST BORGNINE, Norman Brooks and Sheree North - Words and music by Al Jolson, B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown and Ray Henderson), an 18-page souvenir books and a fold-out theatrical program for the 1958 film, THE VIKINGS, etc.
4 Boyd, Stephen - Signed 8x 10 inch (black and white) BEN HUR production photograph (No date) - Irish - born leading man in American films. Films include: LILACS IN THE SPRING (1954), THE MAN WHO NEVER WAS (1956), ISLAND IN THE SUN (1957), THE BEST OF EVERYTHING (1959), BEN HUR (1959), BILLY ROSE'S JUMBO (1962), THE FALL OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE (1964), GENGHIS KHAN (1965), THE OSCAR (1966), THE POPPY IS ALSO A FLOWER (1966), FANTASTIC VOYAGE (1966), THE BIBLE (1966), CARTER'S ARMY (1970), LADY DRACULA (1978), etc. Many television appearances.
4 Boyd, Stephen (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous biographical information.
4 Bracken, Eddie #1 - Signed (cut) "Battleship Cove, Fall River, Massachusetts" souvenir shop paper bag (In person - publicity appearance at the BATTLESHIP MASSACHUSETTS - Battleship Cove Naval Museum to promote a play he was producing in Fall River - August 12, 1970) - American light comedy actor (With Broadway stage experience including BROTHER RAT and TOO MANY GIRLS in which he introduced the standard song "I Didn't Know What Time It Was") - most popular in the 1940s in films written, produced and directed by Preston Sturges: THE MIRACLE OF MORGAN'S CREEK (1943) and HAIL THE CONQUERING HERO (1944). Other films include: THE FLEET'S IN (1941), CAUGHT IN THE DRAFT (1941), STAR-SPANGLED RYTHM (1943) OUT OF THIS WORLD (1946), SUMMER STOCK (1950), WE'RE NOT MARRIED (1952), NATIONAL LAMPOON'S VACATION (1983 - as "Roy Walley"), HOME ALONE 2 : LOST IN NEW YORK (1992), etc. Many television appearances.
4 Bracken, Eddie #2 - Signed 3 x 5 inch index card (In person - publicity appearance to promote a play he was producing in Fall River - August 12, 1970) - American light comedy actor (With Broadway stage experience TOO MANY GIRLS in which he introduced the standard song "I Didn't Know What Time It Was") - most popular in the 1940s in films written, produced and directed by Preston Sturges: THE MIRACLE OF MORGAN'S CREEK (1943) and HAIL THE CONQUERING HERO (1944). Other films include: THE FLEET'S IN (1941), CAUGHT IN THE DRAFT (1941), STAR-SPANGLED RYTHM (1943) OUT OF THIS WORLD (1946), SUMMER STOCK (1950), WE'RE NOT MARRIED (1952), NATIONAL LAMPOON'S VACATION (1983 - as "Roy Walley"), HOME ALONE 2 : LOST IN NEW YORK (1992), etc. Many television appearances.
4 Bracken, Eddie (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings (including obituaries), a 4-page program for the 1940 film, TOO MANY GIRLS, 2 copies of the sheet music for the film SWEATER GIRL (1942 - "I Don't Want to Walk Without You), sheet music for the film HAPPY GO LUCKY (1943 - "Let's Get Lost"), sheet music for the film STAR SPANGLED RHYTHM (1943 - HIT THE ROAD TO DREAMLAND), sheet music for the film, OUT OF THIS WORLD (1945 - OUT OF THIS WORLD), sheet music for the film LADIES MAN (1947 -"What Am I Gonna Do About You?"), sheet music for the film TWO TICKETS TO BROADWAY (1951 - "The Closer You Are"), etc.
4 Brennan, Walter - Inscribed ("To Jim, Best Wishes Always") signed 3 x 5 inch index card (Received by mail - June 11, 1973) - HOLLYWOOD'S MOST HONORED SUPPORTING ACTOR (Three-time BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR Oscar winner for COME AND GET IT in 1936, KENTUCKY in 1938 and THE WESTERNER in 1940). Other films include: LORRAINE OF THE LIONS (1925), KING OF JAZZ (1930), THE INVISIBLE MAN (1933), GEORGE WHITE SCANDALS (1934), GREAT EXPECTATIONS (1934), GOLD DIGGERS OF 1935, BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN (1935), THESE THREE (1936), THE BUCCANEER (1938), SERGEANT YORK (1941), MEET JOHN DOE (1941), THE PRIDE OF THE YANKEES (1942), TO HAVE AND HAVE NOT (1944), MY DARLING CLEMENTINE (1946), RED RIVER (1948), BAD DAY AT BLACK ROCK (1955), COME NEXT SPRING (1956), TAMMY AND THE BACHELOR (1957), RIO BRAVO (1959), HOW THE WEST WAS WON (1962), THOSE CALLOWAYS (1965), THE OSCAR (1966), THE GNOME-MOBILE (1967), etc. Many television appearances including his own shows: THE REAL McCOYS (1957 - 63), THE TYCOON (1964 - 65) THE GUNS OF WILL SONNETT (1967 - 69), TO ROME WITH LOVE (1970 - 71) and THE OVER THE HILL GANG TV movie series (1969 - 70).
4 Brennan, Walter (Biographical information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings, a (1939) 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) production photograph from the RKO Radio Pictures production of THE STORY OF VERNON AND IRENE CASTLE (starring Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers, WALTER BRENNAN, Edna May Oliver, etc.), two (c. 1940s) 8 x 10 -inch (black and white) "20th Century-Fox Player" publicity photographs of WALTER BRENNAN, 8 x 10 inch (black and white) lobby promotional photograph for the film, NOBODY LIVES FOREVER (1946 - with John Garfield and Geraldine Fitzgerald), sheet music for the film CENTENNIAL SUMMER (1946 - ALL THROUGH THE DAY) and the mailing envelope (addressed in Walter Brennan's hand) in which the signed index card was sent (1973).
4 Burke, Billie - Inscribed ("Yours, Sincerely") signed 4 x 6 inch publicity photo card (No date) - American stage and film actress. Films include: PEGGY (1916), EVE'S DAUGHTER (1918), A BILL OF DIVORCEMENT (1932), DINNER AT EIGHT (1933), BECKY SHARP (1935), EVERYBODY SING (1938), THE WIZARD OF OZ (1939 - as "Glinda, the Good Witch"), THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER (1942), FATHER OF THE BRIDE (1950), SERAGEANT RUTLEDGE (1960), etc. Was the widow of Florenz Ziegfeld. Portrayed by Myrna Loy in THE GREAT ZIEGFELD (1936) and by Samantha Eggar in ZIEGFELD: THE MAN AND HIS WOMEN (1978).
4 Burke, Billie (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings, a filmography and miscellaneous theatrical programs including: MRS. DOT (1910), THE MAID OF MYSTERY (1910), SUZANNE (1910), THE "MIND THE PAINT" GIRL (c. 1912), THE LAND OF PROMISE (1913), JERRY (1914), GLORIA'S ROMANCE (1916), THE MAN OFF THE ICE WAGON (1920), TANGO SHOES (1920), two (1908) copies of the sheet music for "Good Night Dear" ("Sung by BILLIE BURKE in Her Great Success LOVE WATCHES" - words and music by Will R. Anderson), a (1915) copy of the sheet music for "In Monterey" ("A feature with MISS BILLIE BURKE in her play JERRY" - Words by Harry Williams and music by Neal Moret), an (undated) 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) publicity photograph of BILLIE BURKE (standing in front of her residence with her three dogs), a 1940 production photograph of BILLIE BURKE (from the MGM presentation of HULLABALOO), etc.
4 Buttons, Red - Signed 3 x 5 inch index card (No date) - American vaudeville, nightclub and film comic and actor - Oscar winner (Best Supporting Actor for SAYONARA - 1957). Other films include: WINGED VICTORY (1944), FOOTLIGHT VARIETIES (1951), THE BIG CIRCUS (1959), ONE, TWO, THREE (1961), HATARI (1962), FIVE WEEKS IN A BALLOON (1962), THE LONGEST DAY (1962), YOUR CHEATIN' HEART (1964), THEY SHOOT HORSES, DON'T THEY? (1969), THE POSEIDEN ADVENTURE (1972), GABLE AND LOMBARD (1976), THE STORY OF US (1999), etc. Many television appearances including his own shows: THE RED BUTTONS SHOW (1952) and THE DOUBLE LIFE OF HENRY PHYFE (1966).
4 Buttons, Red (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings (including obituaries), miscellaneous COLUMBIA RECORDS press releases (1953 - 55: "RED BUTTONS Makes Record Debut," "RED BUTTONS Romp," "Gertrude Berg and RED BUTTONS Duet" and "Meet RED BUTTONS"), two 4-page Radio City Music Hall programs (January 23, 1958) for the film, SAYONARA, a 1965 copy of the sheet music for "Girl Talk" (from the Paramount Pictures/ Joseph E. Levine production of HARLOW starring Carroll Baker, Martin Balsam, RED BUTTONS, Michael Connors, Angela Lansbury, Peter Lawford, and Raf Vallone - Lyrics by Bobby Troup and music by Neal Hefti.), etc.
4A Astaire, Fred - Signed 8 x 10 inch (black and white) publicity photograph (Received by mail - JANUARY 29, 1974) - American actor-dancer. He was a successful vaudeville and international musical-comedy stage star with his sister, Adele. Films include: DANCING LADY (1933), TOP HAT (1935), FOLLOW THE FLEET (1936), SWING TIME (1936), THE STORY OF VERNON AND IRENE CASTLE (1939), BROADWAY MELODY OF 1940, HOLIDAY INN (1942), ZIEGFELD FOLLIES (1944), BLUE SKIES (1946), EASTER PARADE (1948), ROYAL WEDDING (1952),THE BAND WAGON (1953), DADDY LONG LEGS (1955), FUNNY FACE (1956), ON THE BEACH (1959), FINIAN'S RAINBOW (1967), THE TOWERING INFERNO (1974), THAT'S ENTERTAINMENT (1974), etc.
4A Astaire, Fred (Biographical Information) Part 1 - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings (including obituaries), various 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) publicity and production photographs featuring FRED ASTAIRE (from THE GAY DIVORCEE - 1934, FOLLOW THE FLEET - 1936, THE STORY OF VERNON AND IRENE CASTLE - 1939, YOLANDA AND THE THIEF - 1945, ZIEGFELD FOLLIES - 1946, EASTER PARADE - 1948, THE BARKLEY'S OF BROADWAY - 1949, THREE LITTLE WORDS - 1950, LET'S DANCE - 1950, ROYAL WEDDING - 1951, THE BAND WAGON - 1953, etc.), various theatre programs and heralds featuring FRED ASTAIRE (from a 1914 MAJESTIC THEATRE (Milwaukee, Wisconsin) vaudeville bill, OVER THE TOP - 1918, THE PASSING SHOW OF 1918 - 1919, APPLE BLOSSOMS - 1919, THE LOVE LETTER - 1921, FOR GOODNESS SAKE - 1922, FUNNY FACE - 1928, SMILES - 1930, THE BAND WAGON - 1931, THE GAY DIVORCE - 1933, etc.), a 1950 "Preview Program" for the MGM production of THREE LITTLE WORDS, various copies of the sheet music for "I'm Building Up To An Awful Let-Down (with music by FRED ASTAIRE and lyrics by Johnny Mercer), five (4 x 6-inch) sepia tone lobby card reproductions (with promotional DVD box and "Marquee 20th Century -Fox Musicals" envelope) from the 1955 20th Century-Fox production of DADDY LONG LEGS, a 3x 5 inch sepia post card (dancing in white tie, top hat and tails), various long-playing (LP) albums featuring FRED ASTAIRE (ASTAIRABLE FRED, STARRING FRED ASTAIRE, THE ASTAIRE STORY, etc.), See, also BOX 14 - CINEMA - MISCELLANEOUS - OVERSIZE - ASTAIRE, FRED. See, also, FRED ASTAIRE: HIS FRIENDS TALK (1988) by Sarah Giles and ASTAIRE DANCING: THE MUSICAL FILMS (1985) by John Mueller (Both titles included in THE JIM LIVERSIDGE COLLECTION book holdings).
4B Astaire, Fred (Biographical Information) Part 2 - Miscellaneous biographical ephemera including various copies of sheet music from Broadway shows starring FRED and Adele ASTAIRE (including FUNNY FACE - aka SMARTY - 1927, THE BAND WAGON - 1931, etc.), various copies of sheet music from the Hollywood films of FRED ASTAIRE (including FLYING DOWN TO RIO - 1933, THE GAY DIVORCEE - 1934, ROBERTA - 1935, TOP HAT - 1935, FOLLOW THE FLEET - 1936, SWING TIME - 1936, A DAMSEL IN DISTRESS - 1937, SHALL WE DANCE - 1937, CAREFREE - 1938, BROADWAY MELODY OF 1940 - 1940, YOU WERE NEVER LOVELIER - 1942, THE SKY'S THE LIMIT - 1943, BLUE SKIES - 1946, ZIEGFELD FOLLIES - 1946, EASTER PARADE - 1948, BARKLEYS OF BROADWAY - 1949, THREE LITTLE WORDS - 1950, DADDY LONG LEGS - 1955, SILK STOCKINGS - 1957, FINIAN'S RAINBOW - 1968, etc.), etc. See, also BOX 14 - CINEMA - MISCELLANEOUS - OVERSIZE - ASTAIRE, FRED. See, also, FRED ASTAIRE: HIS FRIENDS TALK (1988) by Sarah Giles and ASTAIRE DANCING: THE MUSICAL FILMS (1985) by John Mueller (Both titles included in THE JIM LIVERSIDGE COLLECTION book holdings).
5 Carey, Jr., Harry - Inscribed ("To Jim Liversidge: All the best from the Old West! Yours Truly") signed 8x 10 inch (black and white) publicity photograph (Received through the mail - Winter 1994) - American supporting actor - most often seen in the films of John Ford. Son of actor, Harry Carey. Films include: RED RIVER (1948), 3 GODFATHERS (1948), SHE WORE A YELLOW RIBBON (1949), WAGON MASTER (1950), RIO GRANDE (1950), NIAGARA (1953), THE LONG GRAY LINE (1955 as "Dwight David Eisenhower"), MISTER ROBERTS (1955), THE SEARCHERS (1956), THE GREAT IMPOSTER (1961), CHEYENNE AUTUMN (1964), SHENANDOAH (1965), THE WAY WEST (1967), THE DEVIL'S BRIGADE (1968), BANDOLERO (1968), BIG JAKE (1971), NICKELODEON (1976), GREMLINS (1984), MASK (1985), THE WHALES OF AUGUST (1987), TOMBSTONE (1993), etc. Many television appearances.
5 Carey, Jr., Harry (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous biographical information including a promotional postcard announcing the publication of his autobiography, COMPANY OF HEROES: MY LIFE AS AN ACTOR IN THE JOHN FORD STOCK COMPANY (1994).
5 Carlisle, Kitty - Inscribed ("Best Wishes to Jim Liversidge") signed theatre program ( Signed in person after a summer stock performance of YOU NEVER KNOW at the North Shore Music Theatre, Beverly, Massachusetts - July 24, 1975) - American opera singer, actress and television personality. Films include: MURDER AT THE VANITIES (1934), SHE LOVES ME NOT (1934), A NIGHT AT THE OPERA (1935), HOLLYWOOD CANTEEN (1944), RADIO DAYS (1987), SIX DEGREES OF SEPARATION (1993), etc. Many television appearances including a ten year stint as a panelist on the game show, TO TELL THE TRUTH (1957 - 67). Wife of playwright, Moss Hart.
5 Carlisle, Kitty (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings (including obituaries), various 8x 10 - inch (black and white) publicity and production photographs featuring KITTY CARLISLE (from the Paramount Pictures presentation of HERE IS MY HEART - 1934 and the STAR THEATRE OF FLINT, MICHIGAN production of BLOSSOM TIME - c. mid 1970s), various theatrical programs including ANNIVERSARY WALTZ (1954), YOU NEVER KNOW (1975) and her one - woman concert show (c. 2005), etc.
5 Carson, Jack - Signed 3.5 x 5.5 inch album page (No date) - American vaudevillian, circus performer and lead character actor in films. Films include: STAGE DOOR (1937), A DAMSEL IN DISTRESS (1937), MR. SMITH GOES TO WASHINGTON (1939), THE STRAWBERRY BLONDE (1941), BLUES IN THE NIGHT (1941), THE MALE ANIMAL (1942), THE HARD WAY (1943), SHINE ON HARVEST MOON (1944), ARSENIC AND OLD LACE (1944), MILDRED PIERCE (1945), TWO GUYS FROM MILWAUKEE (1946), APRIL SHOWERS (1948), MY DREAM IS YOURS (1949), A STAR IS BORN (1954), CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF (1958), THE BRAMBLE BUSH (1960), etc. Many television appearances including his own show: THE JACK CARSON SHOW (1954 - 55). Was married to actress, Lola Albright.
5 Carson, Jack (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings (including obituary), a playbill for the 1952 revival of THEE I SING, a copy of the sheet music from the film HOLLYWOOD CANTEEN (1944 - "Don't Fence Me In"), 2 copies of the sheet music for the film THE TIME, THE PLACE AND THE GIRL (1946- "A Gal in Calico" and "A Rainy Night in Rio"), 2 copies of the sheet music for the film ONE MORE TOMORROW (1947 - TITLE SONG), 2 copies of the sheet music for the film TWO GUYS FROM TEXAS (1948 - EV'RY DAY I LOVE YOU), a (c. 1951) 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) NBC - TV production photograph featuring JACK CARSON (and his wife Lola Albright), a (c. 1951) 8 x 10 -inch (black and white) NBC-TV production photograph of JACK CARSON and an unidentified actress (in an underground sewer pipe), various 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) publicity and production photographs (from the 1946 Warner Brothers production of THE TIME, THE PLACE AND THE GIRL starring Dennis Morgan and JACK CARSON, from the 1948 Warner Brothers production of APRIL SHOWERS starring JACK CARSON, Ann Sothern and Robert Alda and from the 1952 stage revival of I THEE I SING featuring JACK CARSON and Paul Hartman), etc.
5 Cartwright, Veronica - Signed 3 x 5 inch index card (No date) - British born child actress who is most famous as an adult in many horror/science fiction films. Films include: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR (1961), THE BIRDS (1963), SPENCER'S MOUNTAIN (1963), ONE MAN'S WAY (1964), INSERTS (1974), INVASION OF THE BODY SNATCHERS (1978), ALIEN (1979), THE RIGHT STUFF (1983), THE WITCHES OF EASTWICK (1987), SHOOT THE MOON (1996), IN THE BEDROOM (2001), KINSEY (2004), etc. Many television appearances including LEAVE IT TO BEAVER, DANIEL BOONE, WILL AND GRACE, etc. Sister of child actress, Angela Cartwright (MAKE ROOM FOR DADDY, LOST IN SPACE, THE SOUND OF MUSIC, etc.).
5 Cartwright, Veronica (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous biographical information including filmography.
5 Champion, Marge #1 - Signed Playbill for the 2001 Broadway revival of Stephen Sondheim's FOLLIES (Received through the mail - April 2001) - American dancer, choreographer and actress. Dancing partner, on film, with former husband, Gower Champion. She was the cartoonist's model for Disney ("Snow White", the "Blue Fairy" in PINOCCHIO, etc.). Films include: THE STORY OF VERNON AND IRENE CASTLE (1939), MR. MUSIC (1950), SHOW BOAT (1951), LOVELY TO LOOK AT (1952), EVERYTHING I HAVE IS YOURS (1952), GIVE A GIRL A BREAK (1953), JUPITER'S DARLING (1955), THREE FOR THE SHOW (1955), THE PARTY (1968), THE SWIMMER (1968), etc. Many stage and television appearances.
5 Champion, Marge #2 - Signed 4 x 6 inch (color) snapshot (Received through the mail - April 2001) - American dancer, choreographer and actress. Dancing partner, on film, with former husband, Gower Champion. She was the cartoonist's model for Disney ("Snow White", the "Blue Fairy" in PINOCCHIO, etc.). Films include: THE STORY OF VERNON AND IRENE CASTLE (1939), MR. MUSIC (1950), SHOW BOAT (1951), LOVELY TO LOOK AT (1952), EVERYTHING I HAVE IS YOURS (1952), GIVE A GIRL A BREAK (1953), JUPITER'S DARLING (1955), THREE FOR THE SHOW (1955), THE PARTY (1968), THE SWIMMER (1968), etc. Many stage and television appearances.
5 Champion, Marge (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings (including the June 23, 1952 cover of NEWSWEEK featuring Marge and Gower Champion), a 4 page (color) theatrical press review program for the 1952 film, EVERYTHING I HAVE IS YOURS, LET'S DANCE WITH MARGE AND GOWER CHAMPION (a 1954 dance instruction booklet by Bob Thomas), two Columbia Records press releases (1954) , multiple copies of a TWA JETSTREAM magazine advertisement (1958), various 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) publicity and production photographs of MARGE AND GOWER CHAMPION (from the 1950 Paramount Pictures production of MR. MUSIC, from the 1951 MGM production of SHOWBOAT and from the 1953 MGM production of GIVE A GIRL A BREAK) and the book jacket for BEFORE THE PARADE PASSES BY by John Anthony Gilvey (2005 biography of Gower Champion included in THE JIM LIVERSIDGE COLLECTION book holdings).
5 Crawford, Joan - Inscribed ("Hello to Dorothy from...") signed 8 x 10 inch (black and white) publicity photograph (c. 1950) - American film actress - Oscar winner for MILDRED PIERCE (1945 - BEST ACTRESS). Other films include: OUR DANCING DAUGHTERS (1928), UNTAMED (1929), THE HOLLYWOOD REVUE OF 1929, GRAND HOTEL (1932), DANCING LADY (1933), THE GORGEOUS HUSSY (1936), THE WOMEN (1939), DAISY KENYON (1947), TORCH SONG (1953), THE BEST OF EVERYTHING (1959), WHATEVER HAPPENED TO BABY JANE ?(1962), STRAIT-JACKET (1964), BERSERK (1967), TROG (1970), etc. Many television appearances. Was married to actors, Phillip Terry, Franchot Tone and Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. and was the widow of Pepsi Cola Chairman of the Board, Alfred Steele.
5 Crawford, Joan (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings, a 1928 copy of the sheet music for "I Loved You Then As I Love You Now (from the MGM production of OUR DANCING DAUGHTERS starring JOAN CRAWFORD - Words by Ballard MacDonald and Music by Axt and Mendoza), 2 (1929) copies of the sheet music for "The Moon is Low" (from the MGM production of MONTANA MOON staring JOAN CRAWFORD - Words by Arthur Freed and music by Nacio Herb Brown), a 1934 copy of the sheet music for "All I Do is Dream of You" (from the MGM production of SADIE McKEE starring JOANCRAWFORD - Lyrics by Arthur Freed and music by Nacio Herb Brown), a (1949) two-page press release for the Warner Brothers production of FLAMINGO ROAD (directed by Michael Curtiz and starring JOAN CRAWFORD, Zachary Scott, Sydney Greenstreet, David Brian, etc. ), an 8 x 10 inch (black and white) promotional photograph for SUDDEN FEAR (1952), a 4-page program for the 1953 film, TORCH SONG a color postcard of Joan Crawford and Bette Davis in WHATEVER HAPPENED TO BABY JANE? (1962), a (1963) 4- page "Magazine Preview" program for the Hall Bartlett Production of THE CARETAKERS (directed by Hall Bartlett and starring Robert Stack, Polly Bergen, JOAN CRAWFORD, Janis Paige, etc.), two 4-page pressbook handbills for the 1967 film, BERSERK, a black and white postcard image of Joan Crawford (1938 by Horst P. Horst) issued in 1979, various (black and white) publicity and production photographs featuring JOAN CRAWFORD (from the 1932 MGM production of RAIN and from the 1981 Paramount Pictures biopic MOMMIE DEAREST starring Faye Dunaway as "Joan Crawford"), etc.
5 Cummings, Robert - Inscribed ("To Jim Liversidge, Continued success, perfect nutrition, health and happy landings") signed theatrical program (from a performance of NEVER TOO LATE at the Chateau de Ville Dinner Theatre, Framingham, Massachusetts (Received through the mail - March 5, 1974) - American light leading man in films and television. Films include: SONS OF THE DESERT (1933), ONE NIGHT IN THE TROPICS (1940), MOON OVER MIAMI (1941), KINGS ROW (1942), SABOTEUR (1942), YOU CAME ALONG (1945), LUCKY ME (1954), DIAL M FOR MURDER (1954), MY GEISHA (1962), BEACH PARTY (1963), THE CARPETBAGGERS (1964), STAGECOACH (1966), etc. Many television appearances including his own shows: MY HERO (1952 - 53), LOVE THAT BOB (1955 - 59), THE BOB CUMMINGS SHOW (1961 - 62), and MY LIVING DOLL (1964 - 65).
5 Cummings, Robert (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings, a (1935) 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) production photograph from the Paramount Pictures production of THE VIRGINA JUDGE starring ROBERT CUMMINGS, a 1945 copy of the sheet music for "You Came Along (From Out of Nowhere)" (from the Paramount Pictures production of YOU CAME ALONG starring Lizabeth Scott, ROBERT CUMMINGS, Don DeFore, Helen Forrest, etc. - Words by Edward Heyman and music by John W. Green), the envelope (addressed in Robert Cummings's hand) in which the signed program was mailed, a DVD including "3 Classic Episodes" of THE BOB CUMMINGS SHOW (1955 -59), etc.
5 Curtis, Tony - Signed 8 x 10 inch (Color) photograph of Tony Curtis and his artwork (Received through the mail - August 2001) - American leading man in films and television. Films include: CITY ACROSS THE RIVER (1949), FRANCIS (1950), WINCHESTER '73 (1950), HOUDINI (1953 as "Harry Houdini"), THE BLACK SHIELD OF FALWORTH (1954), SIX BRIDGES TO CROSS (1955), TRAPEZE (1956), SWEET SMELL OF SUCCESS (1957), THE VIKINGS (1958), THE DEFIANT ONES (1958), SOME LIKE IT HOT (1959), SPARTACUS (1960), THE GREAT IMPOSTER (1961 as "Ferdinand Waldo Demara, Jr."), THE OUTSIDER (1961 as "Ira Hayes"), 40 POUNDS OF TROUBLE (1962), THE GREAT RACE (1965), THE BOSTON STRANGLER (1968 as "ALBERT Se Salvo"), THE LAST TYCOON (1976), THE MIRROR CRACK'D (1980), etc. Many television appearances. Was married to Janet Leigh and Christine Kaufman. Father of actress, Jamie Leigh Curtis.
5 Curtis, Tony (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings (including obituaries), a Pittsburgh Press Roto magazine advertisement (June 17, 1956) for the 1956 film, TRAPEZE, an 18-page souvenir book (sold in theatre lobbies) for the 1958 film, THE VIKINGS, a 2007 promotional postcard (for the "Separate Cinema Traveling Exhibit - The Art of Black Film Posters") featuring the color image of the poster for the 1958 film, THE DEFIANT ONES, a 4 page theatrical program (ditributed to ticket holders ) for the 1964 film WILD AND WONDERFUL, 34 page souvenir book for the 1965 film, THE GREAT RACE , a ticket stub for THE GREAT RACE EXHIBIT (June 29, 1965 at the Warner Brothers Studio), a promotional color postcard featuring the cast at the Eiffel Tower in Paris, a blue and white herald promoting the world premiere of THE GREAT RACE (at the Pantages Theatre in Hollywood, California) and book jackets for TONY CURTIS: THE MAN AND HIS MOVIES (1985) and TONY CURTIS: THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY (1993) - both included in THE JIM LIVERSIDGE book holdings.
5 Davis, Bette - See BOX 5a - CINEMA - AUTOGRAPHS AND RELATED EPHEMERA - BETTE DAVIS. Due to the large amount of biographical and promotional ephemera pertaining to the life and career of BETTE DAVIS, this material has been transferred to a separate box.
5 Davis, Bette (Biographical Information) - See BOX 5a - CINEMA - AUTOGRAPHS AND RELATED EPHEMERA - BETTE DAVIS. Due to the large amount of biographical and promotional ephemera pertaining to the life and career of BETTE DAVIS, this material has been transferred to a separate box.
5 Day, Doris - Signed 5 x 7 inch (color) photograph (Received through the mail - November 24, 1972) - American film and television actress and recording artist. Films include: ROMANCE ON THE HIGH SEAS (1948), MY DREAM IS YOURS (1949), YOUNG MAN WITH A HORN (1950), THE WEST POINT STORY (1950), ON MOONLIGHT BAY (1951), I'LL SEE YOU IN MY DREAMS (1951 - as lyricist "Grace LeBoy Kahn"), BY THE LIGHT OF THE SILVERY MOON (1953), CALAMITY JANE (1953), LOVE ME OR LEAVE ME (1955 - as singer, "Ruth Etting"), THE MAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH (1956), THE PAJAMA GAME (1957), PILLOW TALK (1959), THAT TOUCH OF MINK (1968), etc. Many television appearances including her own series: THE DORIS DAY SHOW (1968 - 73). Former big band singer with Les Brown.
5 Day, Doris (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings, an issue of SILVER SCREEN magazine (December 1955 - featuring Doris Day on the cover) an issue of SCREEN STORIES magazine (September, 1956 -featuring a cover story on Doris day in the film, JULIE), sheet music for LOVE SOMEBODY (1947 - "Featured on Columbia Records by Doris Day and Buddy Clark"), sheet music for HOOP-DEE-DOO (1950 - "Featured by Doris Day"), sheet music for EVERYBODY LOVES A LOVER (1958 - "Recorded by Doris Day on Columbia Records"), miscellaneous sheet music from various DORIS DAY films (MY DREAM IS YOURS, ON MOONLIGHT BAY, LULLABY OF BROADWAY, LOVE ME OR LEAVE ME, CALAMITY JANE, LUCKY ME, etc.), a 4-page program for the 1963 film, THE THRILL OF IT ALL, a printed signed publicity photograph (1972), an (c. early 1980s) American Film Institute "Business Reply Card" featuring Doris Day, Bunny Lewbel and Robert Lyden in I'LL SEE YOU IN MY DREAMS, a 2005 DVD release of the film, YOUNG MAN WITH A HORN (1950), various 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) publicity and production photographs of DORIS DAY (from the 1949 Warner Brothers production of MY DREAM IS YOURS, from the 1950 Warner Brothers production of THE WEST POINT STORY, from the 1950 Warner Brothers production of TEA FOR TWO and from the 1951 Warner Brothers production of LULLABY OF BROADWAY), a book jacket for CONSIDERING DORIS DAY by Tom Santopietro (2007 biography included in THE JIM LIVERSIDGE COLLECTION book holdings), etc.
5 Day, Laraine #1 - Inscribed ("To Jim, Best Wishes") signed 8x 10 inch (black and white) photograph (Received through the mail - October 5, 1972) - American "B+ Movie Star". Films include: CALLING DR. KILDARE (1939 and subsequent films in the series), FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT (1940), JOURNEY FOR MARGARET (1942), MR. LUCKY (1943), THE STORY OF DR. WASSELL (1944), MY DEAR SECRETARY (1949), THE WOMAN ON PIER 13 (1949), THE HIGH AND THE MIGHTY (1954), etc. Many television appearances. Was married to Leo Durocher and, at the time, was nicknamed , "The First Lady of Baseball."
5 Day, Laraine #2 - Signed 3 x5 inch index card (No date) - American "B+ Movie Star". Films include: CALLING DR. KILDARE (1939 and subsequent films in the series), FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT (1940), JOURNEY FOR MARGARET (1942), MR. LUCKY (1943), THE STORY OF DR. WASSELL (1944), MY DEAR SECRETARY (1949), THE WOMAN ON PIER 13 (1949), THE HIGH AND THE MIGHTY (1954), etc. Many television appearances. Was married to Leo Durocher and, at the time, was nicknamed , "The First Lady of Baseball."
5 Day, Laraine (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings (including obituaries).
5 DeCamp, Rosemary - Signed 3 x 5 inch index card (No date) - The "quintessential small town American mother" on film portraying the mothers of George M. Cohan, George Gershwin and Marilyn Miller in film biographies. Films include: YANKEE DOODLE DANDY (1942), THIS IS THE ARMY (1943), RHAPSODY IN BLUE (1945), THE PRIDE OF THE MARINES (1945), LOOK FOR THE SILVER LINING (1949), ON MOONLIGHT BAY (1951), BY THE LIGHT OF THE SILVERY MOON (1953), MANY RIVERS TO CROSS (1955), STRATEGIC AIR COMMAND (1955),13 GHOSTS (1960), etc. Many television appearances including regular roles on THE LIFE OF RILEY (1949 - 50), LOVE THAT BOB (1955 - 1959), and THAT GIRL (1966 - 70).
5 DeCamp, Rosemary (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings (including obituaries), an 8x 10 inch (black and white) publicity photograph for the film, YANKEE DOODLE DANDY (1942 with Jeanne Cagney, James Cagney, Joan Leslie and Walter Huston in the YOU'RE A GRAND OLD FLAG musical number), sheet music from the film YANKEE DOODLE DANDY (1942 - THE YANKEE DOODLE BOY) and a 12 page Pressbook for the 1960 film, 13 GHOSTS. See, also, "YANKEE DOODLE DANDY" - SCRIPT by Robert Buckner - edited with an introduction by Patrick McGilligan (1981 publication included in THE JIM LIVERSIDGE COLLECTION book holdings).
5 Dietrich, Marlene - Signed 4 x 6 inch album page (Signed in person following a performance of her one-woman concert at the North Shore Music Theatre, Beverly, Massachusetts - June 26, 1975) - German actress and cabaret star - long in American films. Films include: THE BLUE ANGEL (1930) MOROCCO (1931), SHANGHAI EXPRESS (1932), DESTRY RIDE AGAIN (1939), THE FLAME OF NEW ORLEANS (1941), A FOREIGN AFFAIR (1947), STAGE FRIGHT (1950), WITNESS FOR THE PROSCECUTION (1957), TOUCH OF EVIL (1958), JUDGEMENT AT NUREMBERG (1961), etc.
5 Dietrich, Marlene (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings, various 8 x 10 - inch (black and white/color) publicity and production photographs featuring MARLENE DIETRICH (in the 1935 Paramount Pictures production of CAPRICE ESPAGNOL - the tentative title for THE DEVIL IS A WOMAN, from the 1947 Paramount Pictures production of GOLDEN EARRINGS, etc.), a (1948) two - page press release for the Paramount Pictures production of A FOREIGN AFFAIR (directed by Billy Wilder and starring Jean Arthur, MARLENE DIETRICH, John Lund, Millard Mitchell, etc. ), a 1967 - 4 x 6.5 inch (black and white) publicity card (with a stamped ink signature), a 1936 Radio City Music Hall program for THE GARDEN OF ALLAH (starring MARLENE DIETRICH, Charles Boyer and Basil Rathbone), a 1958 magazine advertisement for Rheingold Extra Dry Lager Beer, a 1952 color magazine advertisement for the film , RANCHO NOTORIOUS, a souvenir program (STATE FAIR MUSICALS, INC.) for her one-woman concert tour (no date), a Columbia Records press release (March 10, 1953) promoting Marlene Dietrich's recording of TIME FOR LOVE (the theme of her weekly CBS "radio drama of international adventure"), a Columbia Records press release (February 16, 1955) promoting her live recording of MARLENE DIETRICH AT THE CAFE DE PARIS (London), various Playbills for her concert tours (1967 - 69), a program (March 19, 1987) for a screening of the documentary MARLENE at the Claridge Commons Triple Cinema (Montclair , NJ), a Playbill for MARLENE: A NEW MUSICAL PLAY at the Cort Theatre (NYC - April 11, 1999 - Opening Night starring Sian Phillips as "Marlene Dietrich"), two 4 x 5 inch (black and white) printed signed photographs handed out to the stage door crowd, by Marlene Dietrich, at the North Shore Music Theatre in Beverly, Massachusetts (June 26, 1975) and a book Jacket (featuring a color lobby card, on the cover, for DESIRE starring Marlene Dietrich) for FOYER PLEASURE: THE GOLDEN AGE OF CINEMA LOBBY CARDS by John Kobal and V. A. Wilson (a full-color coffee table book included in the BELKNAP COLLECTION FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS book holdings - gift of John Freund - UF Smathers Libraries Preservation Department Conservator).
5 Donohue, Troy - Signed 3 x 5 inch index card (No date) - American light leading man of the late 1950s and 1960s. Films include: THE TARNISHED ANGELS (1958), MONSTER ON THE CAMPUS (1958), IMITATION OF LIFE (1959), A SUMMER PLACE (1959), THE CROWDED SKY (1960), PARRISH (1961), SUSAN SLADE (1961), ROME ADVENTURE (1962), PALM SPRINGS WEEKEND (1963), A DISTANT TRUMPET (1964), MY BLOOD RUNS COLD (1965), SWEET SAVIOR (1971), THE GODFATHER PART II (1974), etc. Many television appearances including regular roles on SURFSIDE 6 (1960 - 62) and HAWAIIAN EYE (1959 - 63). Was married to Suzanne Pleshette.
5 Donohue, Troy (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings (including obituaries) and a one-page herald announcing Troy Donohue's appearance in THE OWL AND THE PUSSYCAT at The New Ivanhoe Theatre in Chicago (no specific date).
5 Downs, Johnny - Inscribed ("HI! Jim - Best") signed 3 x 5 inch promotional (KOGO - TV - Channel 10, San Diego, California ) postcard (Received through the mail (March 16, 1974) - American light leading man and dancer. Films include: THE CHAMPEEN (1923),CIRCUS FEVER (1925), THE CROWD (1928), BABES IN TOYLAND (1934), THE ARIZONA RAIDERS (1936), PIGSKIN PARADE (1936), ALGIERS (1938), ADAM HAD FOUR SONS (1941), RHAPSODY IN BLUE (1945), THE KID FROM BROOKLYN (1946), HILLS OF OKLAHOMA (1950), CALL ME MADAM (1953), THE CADDY (1953), HERE COME THE GIRLS (1953), etc. The signed postcard promotes THE JOHNNY DOWNS SHOW - a San Diego - based children's series from the 1950s.
5 Downs, Johnny (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings, sheet music for the film, PIGSKIN PARADE (1936 - YOU DO THE DARNDEST THINGS , BABY), various 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) publicity and production photographs featuring JOHNNY DOWNS (from the 1935 Paramount Pictures production of THE VIRGINIA JUDGE, etc.), a playbill for ARE YOU WITH IT ? (November 11, 1945 at the New Century Theatre, NYC), and the envelope (addressed in Johnny Down's hand ) in which the signed postcard was sent.
5A Davis, Bette - Inscribed ("For William K. from...") signed 8 x 10 inch (sepia-toned) publicity photograph (No date) - American two-time Oscar-winning leading lady (Best Actress - 1935 for DANGEROUS and Best Actress - 1938 for JEZEBEL). Other films include: THE BAD SISTER (1931), THE MAN WHO PLAYED GOD (1932), 20,000 YEARS IN SING (1932), OF HUMAN BONDAGE (1934), THE PETRIFIED FOREST (1936), DARK VICTORY (1939), THE LETTER (1940), THE GREAT LIE (1941), THE LITTLE FOXES (1941), THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER (1942), NOW, VOYAGER (1942), A STOLEN LIFE (1946), ALL ABOUT EVE (1950), THE STAR (1952), THE CATERED AFFAIR (1956), POCKETFUL OF MIRACLES (1961), WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO BABY JANE ? (1962), HUSH...HUSH , SWEET CHARLOTTE (1964), DEATH ON THE NILE (1978), THE WHALES OF AUGUST (1987), etc. Many television appearances. Was married to actor, Gary Merrill.
5A Davis, Bette (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings, an 8 x 10 inch (sepia-toned) publicity photograph of Bette Davis from the 1934 First National and Vitaphone film, FOG OVER FRISCO, a (c. 1940) 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) NBC publicity photograph of BETTE DAVIS interviewed by Hedda Hopper, a 1943 copy of the sheet music for "Old Acquaintance" (from the Warner Brothers production of OLD ACQUAINTANCE starring BETTE DAVIS and Miriam Hopkins - Words by Kim Gannon and Music by Franz Waxman), a 1943 copy of the sheet music for "The Dreamer" (from the Warner Brothers production of THANK YOUR LUCKY STARS starring BETTE DAVIS, Humphrey Bogart, Joan Leslie, Eddie Cantor, Dinah Shore, etc. - Lyrics by Frank Loesser and music by Arthur Schwartz), a 1944 copy of the sheet music for "Don't Fence Me in" (from the Warner Brothers production of HOLLYWOOD CANTEEN starring BETTE DAVIS, John Garfield, Joan Leslie, Jack Carson, etc. - Lyrics and music by Cole Porter), a (c. early 1940s) 10 x 13.5-inch magazine advertisement for LUSTRE-CREME featuring a color image of Bette Davis ("...beautiful LUSTRE -CREME GIRL, one of the TOP TWELVE selected by MODERN SCREEN and a jury of famed hair stylists as having the world's loveliest hair. Bette Davis uses LUSTRE-CREME SHAMPOO to care for her glamorous hair..."), a 1951 (10 x 14-inch) magazine advertisement ("The one Sin no Woman ever forgives - He strayed...and he paid! SHE SAW TO THAT!") for the RKO Radio Pictures production of PAYMENT ON DEMAND (starring BETTE DAVIS, Barry Sullivan, Jane Cowl, Betty Lynn, Frances Dee, etc.), two 5 x 7 inch Turner Classic Movies promotional postcards announcing the "World Premiere" of STARDUST: THE BETTE DAVIS STORY (MAY 3, 2006), a theatrical program for BETTE DAVIS: IN PERSON AND ON FILM presented by Columbia Artists Theatricals Corporation and John Springer N.Y. Productions (No date or location listed), an invitation to A MEMORIAL TRIBUTE TO BETTE DAVIS at the Mugar Memorial Library at Boston University (April 8, 1990), seven miscellaneous 8 x 10 (black and White/color) publicity images of Bette Davis, six mounted promotional photographs from the 1941 Warner Brothers production of THE GREAT LIE starring Bette Davis, George Brent, Mary Astor, etc., nine mounted (black and white) images from the April,1941 "World Premiere" of the film, THE GREAT LIE in Littleton, New Hampshire (near the Sugar Hill, New Hampshire vacation home of Bette Davis and her husband, Arthur Farnsworth), three 8 x 10 inch (black and white) production photographs from the Warner Brothers film, WATCH ON THE RHINE (Bette Davis, Paul Lukas, George Coulouris and Donald Wood pictured), an 8 x 10 inch (black and white) production photograph from the 1945 Warner Brothers film THE CORN IS GREEN (Bette Davis and John Dall pictured), a (1950) 5 x 14 - inch herald (The Fox Orpheum Theatre - Kansas City, Missouri) for the Darryl F. Zanuck production of ALL ABOUT EVE (starring BETTE DAVIS, Anne Baxter, George Sanders, Gary Merrill, etc.), various 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) publicity and production photographs featuring BETTE DAVIS (from the Warner Brothers productions of THE BIG SHAKEDOWN, ALL THIS AND HEAVEN TOO, JEZEBEL and THE GREAT LIE and from a mid 1970s episode of THE MIKE DOUGLAS SHOW), a book jacket for BETTE DAVIS: A TRIBUTE 1908 - 89 by Roger Baker (1989 pictorial biography included in THE JIM LIVERSIDGE COLLECTION book holdings). See, also, ALL ABOUT "ALL ABOUT EVE" by Sam Stass (2000 history of the making of "THE BITCHIEST FILM OF ALL TIME" included in THE JIM LIVERSIDGE COLLECTION book holdings.). See, also, BOX 16 ("Davis, Bette") for miscellaneous, (OVERSIZE) publicity images of Bette Davis (c. late 1930s - early 1940s). SE, ALSO: BOX 17 - CINEMA - POSTERS - MISCELLANEOUS - DAVIS, BETTE.
6 Eaton, Shirley - Inscribed ("Best Wishes") signed 3 x 5 inch index card (No date) - British leading lady of the 1960s. Most famous as "Jill Masterson" - the girl painted gold in the James Bond film, GOLDFINGER (1964). Other films include: DOCTOR IN THE HOUSE (1954), THE BELLES OF ST. TRINIANS (1954), DOCTOR AT LARGE (1957), CARRY ON SERGEANT (1958), CARRY ON NURSE(1959), CARRY ON CONSTABLE (1960), THE GIRL HUNTERS (1963), RHINO (1964), TEN LITTLE INDIANS (1965), AROUND THE WORLD UNDER THE SEA (1966), EIGHT ON A THE LAM (1967), etc.
6 Eaton, Shirley (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous biographical information including a 4 page theatrical program ("James Bond is Back in Action! Everything He Touches Turns to Excitement!!") featuring images of Shirley Eaton (painted gold). poster art, additional black and white production photographs, production notes and a cast and crew credit list.
6 Egan, Richard - Inscribed ("To Dottie") signed theatrical program (Signed in person after a production of NO HARD FEELINGS at the Chateau de Ville Dinner Theatre in Saugus, Massachusetts - December 15, 1974) - American leading man in films and television. Films include: THE GOOD HUMOR MAN (1950), THE DAMNED DON'T CRY (1950), THE KILLER THAT STALKED NEW YORK (1950), THE KID FROM LEFT FIELD (1953), DEMETRIUS AND THE GLADIATORS (1954), UNTAMED (1955), VIOLENT SATURDAY (1955), LOVE ME TENDER (1956), THESE THOUSAND HILLS (1959), A SUMMER PLACE (1959), POLLYANNA (1960), THE 300 SPARTANS (1962), DOWNHILL RACER (1969), TEH AMSTERDAM KILL (1977), etc. Many television appearances. Was married to actress Patricia Hardy.
6 Egan, Richard (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings, an unsigned theatrical program for NO HARD FEELINGS (Chateau de Ville Dinner Theatre in Saugus, Massachusetts - December 15, 1974) and two 8 x 10 (black and white) publicity photographs for THE 300 Spartans (1962).
6 Fabray, Nanette - Signed (inside front cover) souvenir program for the film THAT'S ENTERTAINMENT (1974) - Signed in person following a performance of NO, NO, NANETTE (North Shore Music Theatre in Beverly, Massachusetts - August 17, 1974). - American comedy actress (with Broadway experience) and singer on film and television. Films include: THE PRIVATE LIVES OF ELIZABETH AND ESSEX (1939), THE BAND WAGON (1953), THE SUBTERRANEANS (1960), THE HAPPY ENDING (1969), THE COCKEYED COWBOYS OF CALICO COUNTY (1970), etc. Many television appearances including regular roles on CAESAR'S HOUR (1954 - 56) and ONE DAY AT A TIME (1979 - 84).
6 Fabray, Nanette (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous biographical information.
6 Faye, Alice - Signed sheet music for the film, HELLO, FRISCO, HELLO (1943) - Signed in person following a performance of GOOD NEWS at the Colonial Theatre (Boston, Massachusetts - December 27, 1973) - American superstar of 20th Century Fox Musicals of the 1930s and 1940s. Films include: GEORGE WHITE SCANDALS (1934), EVERY NIGHT AT EIGHT (1935), POOR LITTLE RICH GIRL (1936), IN OLD CHICAGO (1937), ALEXANDER'S RAGTIME BAND (1938), ROSE OF WASHINGTON SQUARE (1939), LILLIAN RUSSELL (1940), THAT NIGHT IN RIO (1941), TEH GRET AMERICAN BROADCAST (1941), WEEK-END IN HAVANA (1941), HELLO, FRISCO, HELLO (1943), THE GANG'S ALL HERE (1943), FALLEN ANGEL (1945), STATE FAIR (1962), THE MAGIC OF LASSIE (1978), etc. Was married to Tony Martin and Phil Harris. Starred with her husband, Phil Harris on the popular radio show, THE PHIL HARRIS-ALICE FAYE SHOW (NBC - 1948-54).
6 Faye, Alice (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings (including obituaries), an issue of POPULAR SONGS magazine (July 1935 - with Alice Faye on the cover), 2 copies of the sheet music for the film, YOU'RE A SWEETHEART (1937 - TITLE SONG), sheet music for the film, ON THE AVENUE (1937 - I'VE GOT MY LOVE TO KEEP ME WARM and THIS YEAR'S KISSES), a 1937 copy of a LIBERTY SONGSTER SONG HITS (featuring Dick Powell and ALICE FAYE on the cover), a 12 page Radio City Music Hall program (February 4, 1937) for the 1937 film, ON THE AVENUE, a 4-page program (Apollo Theater in NYC) for the 1938 film, IN OLD CHICAGO, two 8 x 10- inch (black and white) "20th Century-Fox Player" publicity photographs of ALICE FAYE (c. 1940s), a (1940) 20th Century-Fox publicity photograph of ALICE FAYE at the world premier of MARYLAND starring Walter Brennan and John Payne, an issue of SONG HITS magazine (July 1940 - with Alice Faye on the cover promoting songs from LILLIAN RUSSELL), a 1940 "Gala Press Preview" program for the film, LILLIAN RUSSELL, a Playbill and miscellaneous promotional material from the tour of GOOD NEWS (1973 - 74), various 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) publicity and production photographs featuring ALICE FAYE (from the Twentieth Century - Fox production of SHE LEARNED ABOUT SAILORS and the 1935 Twentieth Century-Fox production of GEORGE WHITE'S SCANDALS), a book jacket for THE ALICE FAYE MOVIE BOOK by W. Franklyn Moshier (1974 filmography included in THE JIM LIVERSIDGE COLLECTION book holdings), and a promotional DVD box for the 2008 DVD release of THE GREAT AMERICAN BROADCAST (1941).
6 Fiedler, John - Signed 8 x 10 inch (black and white) publicity photograph (Received through the mail - October 15, 2001) - American stage, film and television character actor. He was the voice of "Piglet" in the WINNIE THE POOH film series. Films include: 12 ANGRY MEN (1957), SWEET SMELL OF SUCCESS (1957), STAGE STRUCK (1958), A RAISIN IN THE SUN (1961), THAT TOUCH OF MINK (1962), THE WORLD OF HENRY ORIENT (1964), KISS ME STUPID (1964), GIRL HAPPY (1965), A FINE MADNESS (1966), THE BALLAD OF JOSIE (1967), FITZWILLY (1967), THE ODD COUPLE (1968), TRUE GRIT (1969), MAKING IT (1971), SKYJACKED (1972), ROBIN HOOD (1973), THE FORTUNE (1975), THE SHAGGY D.A. (1976), THE CANNONBALL RUN (1981), SHARKEY'S MACHINE (1981), I AM THE CHEESE (1983), etc. Many television appearances including regular roles on THE MANY LOVES OF DOBIE GILLIS (1961 - 62), BEWITCHED (1967 - 71), THE BOB NEWHART SHOW (1972 - 78) and BUFFALO BILL (1983 - 84).
6 Fiedler, John (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings (including obituaries).
6 Fletcher, Louise - Signed 3 x 5 inch index card (No date) - Oscar winning (Best Actress - ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST - 1975) American film and television actress. Other films include: A GATHERING OF EAGLES (1963), THIEVES LIKE US (1974), EXORCIST II: THE HERETIC (1977), THE CHEAP DETECTIVE (1978), STRANGE INVADERS (1983), BRAINSTORM (1983), TALK TO ME (1984), TWO -MOON JUNCTION (1988), CRUEL INTENTIONS (1999), etc. Many television appearances.
6 Fletcher, Louise (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous biographical information.
6 Fonda, Henry - Signed Playbill program (September 27, 1937) - signed, in person, following a performance of BLOW YE WINDS at the Forty-Sixth Street Theatre in NYC. Oscar winning (Best Actor - ON GOLDEN POND - 1981) leading man on stage, film and television. Other films include: THE FARMER TAKES A WIFE (1935), THE TRAIL OF THE LONESOME PINE (1936), JEZEBEL (1938), JESSE JAMES (1939), THE STORY OF ALEXANDER GRAHAM BELL (1939), YOUNG MR. LINCOLN (1939), DRUMS ALONG THE MOHAWK (1939), THE GRAPES OF WRATH (1940), LILLIAN RUSSELL (1940), THE LADY EVE (1941), THE MALE ANIMAL (1942), THE OX-BOW INCIDENT (1943), MY DARLING CLEMENTINE (1946), FORT APACHE (1948), MISTER ROBERTS (1955), THE WRONG MAN (1956), 12 ANGRY MEN (1957), ADVISE AND CONSENT (1962), THE LONGEST DAY (1962), HOW THE WEST WAS WON (1962), SPENCER'S MOUNTAIN (1963), THE BEST MAN (1964), FAIL-SAFE (1964), THE BATTLE OF THE BULGE (1965), YOURS, MINE AND OURS (1968), THE BOSTON STRANGLER (1968), ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE WEST (1968), SOMETIMES A GREAT NOTION (1970), MIDWAY (1976), etc. Many television appearances including his own series, THE SMITH FAMILY (1971 - 72).
6 Fonda, Henry (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous biographical information and a 1952 magazine advertisement featuring Henry Fonda (promoting the Broadway play, POINT OF NO RETURN) for Camel Cigarettes.
6 Fontaine, Joan - Inscribed ("To Jim Liversidge with kind wishes") signed personalized stationary postcard (Received by mail from the Chateau de Ville Dinner Theatre in Framingham, Massachusetts where she was appearing in a production of FORTY CARATS - June 29, 1974) - Oscar winning (Best Actress - SUSPICION - 1941) British actress in America since childhood. Other films include: A DAMSEL IN DISTRESS (1937), GUNGA DIN (1939), THE WOMEN (1939), REBECCA (1940), THIS ABOVE ALL (1942), THE CONSTANT NYMPH (1943), JANE EYRE (1944), THE EMPEROR WALTZ (1948), IVANHOE (1952), CASANOVA'S BIG NIGHT (1954), SERENADE (1956), ISLAND IN THE SUN (1957), A CERTAIN SMILE (1958), VOYAGE TO THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA (1961), TENDER IS THE NIGHT (1962), etc. Many television appearances. Sister of actress, Olivia De Havilland. Was married to actor, Brian Aherne.
6 Fontaine, Joan (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings, two (c. 1940s) 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) publicity photographs of JOAN FONTAINE, a 1947 copy of the sheet music for "Ivy" ("Inspired by the Sam Wood Production" of Universal-International's IVY starring JOAN FONTAINE, Patric Knowles, Herbert Marshall and Richard Ney - Words and music by Hoagy Carmichael), a (1948) 4-page "Preview" program for the Universal-International Pictures production of LETTER FROM AN UNKNOWN WOMAN (directed by Max Opuls, produced by John Houseman and starring JOAN FONTAINE, Louis Jourdan, Mady Christians, Art Smith, etc.), a January 1962 (8 - page) SHOWBILL program for the 20th Century-Fox production of TENDER IS THE NIGHT 9starring Jennifer Jones, Jason Robards, JR., JOAN FONTAINE, etc. showing at The Plaza Theatre in NYC), etc.
6 Forrest, Sally - Signed 8x 10 inch (black and white) publicity photograph (Received through the mail - May, 2001) - American leading lady and dancer (with Broadway experience) of the 1950s. Films include: TILL THE CLOUDS ROLL BY (1946), EXCUSE MY DUST (1951), THE STRIP (1951), SON OF SINBAD (1955), WHILE THE CITY SLEEPS (1956), etc. Many television appearances.
6 Forrest, Sally (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous biographical information including a magazine advertisement for Rayve Crème Shampoo spotlighting Sally Forrest and the film, BANNERLINE (1951), various 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) publicity and production photographs from the 1951 RKO Radio Pictures production of HARD, FAST AND BEAUTIFUL starring SALLY FORREST and a 4 page (yellow) pressbook for the 1954 film, YOUNG LOVERS.
6 Fosse, Bob - Inscribed ("For Jim, My best to you") signed "Birds and Animals " note page (Received through the mail - January 9, 1974) - Multiple award-winning actor, dancer, director and choreographer of stage, film and television. Films include his Oscar-winning production of CABARET (Best Director - 1972). Films as a performer include: THE AFFAIRS OF DOBIE GILLIS (1953), KISS ME KATE (1953), GIVE A GIRL A BREAK (1953), My SISTER EILEEEN (1955), DAMN YANKEES (1958), THE LITTLE PRINCE (1974), etc. Films as director or choreographer include: KISS ME KATE (1953), WHITE CHRISTMAS (1954), THE PAJAMA GAME (1957), SWEET CHARITY (1969), LENNY (1974), ALL THAT JAZZ (1979), STAR 80 (1983), etc. Broadway productions include: THE PAJAMA GAME (1956), DAMN YANKEES (1959), REDHEAD (1963), LITTLE ME (1963), SWEET CHARITY (1966), PIPPIN (1973), CHICAGO (1976), etc. Received three Emmy awards in 1973 for producing, directing and choreographing LIZA WITH A Z: A CONCERT FOR TELEVISION. Was married to dancers, Joan McCracken (star of the original Broadway production of OKLAHAMA, etc.) and Gwen Verdon (DAMN YANKEES, SWEET CHARITY, CHICAGO, etc.).
6 Fosse, Bob (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings (including obituaries), various 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) production photographs featuring BOB FOSSE (dancing with Debbie Reynolds in the 1953 MGM presentation of GIVE A GIRL A BREAK), an 8 page press release for the 1958 film, DAMN YANKEES (Choreography by Bob Fosse) and book jackets for ALL HIS JAZZ by Martin Gottfried and RAZZLE DAZZLE by Kevin Boyd Grubb (Both biographies included in THE JIM LIVERSIDGE COLLECTION book holdings), etc.
6 Franz, Arthur - Signed 3 x 5 inch index card (No date) - American leading man in "B" pictures and popular second lead in later films. Films include: SANDS OF IWO JIMA (1949), ABBOTT AND COSTELLO MEET THE INVISIBLE MAN (1951), FLIGHT TO MARS (1951), THE SNIPER (1952), THE MEMBER OF THE WEDDING (1952), INVADERS FROM MARS (1953), THE EDDIE CANTOR STORY (1953),THE CAINE MUTINY(1954),THE STEEL CAGE (1954), HELLCATS OF THE NAVY (1957), THE YOUNG LIONS (1958), MONSTER ON THE CAMPUS (1958), THAT CHAMPIONSHIP SEASON (1982), etc. Many television appearances including regular roles on PERRY MASON (1959 - 64), THE MOD SQUAD (1969 - 71) and THE F.B.I. (1967 - 71).
6 Franz, Arthur (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous biographical information.
6 Frobe, Gert - Signed (German) photo (Gert Frobe in THE BERLINER AND THOSE MAGNIFICENT MEN IN THEIR FLYING MACHINES) postcard (No date) - German character actor - most famous as "Auric Goldfinger" in the James Bond smash hit, GOLDFINGER (1964). Other films include: THE BERLINER (1948), THE LITTLE TOWN WILL GO TO SLEEP (1954), THEY WERE SO YOUNG (1954), THE LONGEST DAY (1962), A HIGH WIND IN JAMAICA (1965), THOSE MAGNIFICENT MEN IN THEIR FLYING MACHINES (1965), TRIPLE CROSS (1966), CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG (1968), THOSE DARING YOUNG MEN IN THEIR JAUNTY JALOPIES (191969), DOCTOR JUSTICE (1975), BLOODLINE (1979), etc. Many television appearances.
6 Frobe, Gert (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous biographical information including a 1966 copy of the sheet music for "Paris Smiles" (from the Paramount Pictures production of IS PARIS BURNING? Starring Jean-Paul Belmondo, Charles Boyer, Leslie Caron, George Chakaris, Glenn Ford, Kirk Douglas, GERT FROBE, etc. - Words by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans and music by Maurice Jarre), etc.
6 Garrett, Betty #1 - Inscribed ("To Jim") signed book jacket for BETTY GARRETT AND OTHER SONGS: A LIFE ON STAGE AND SCREEN by Betty Garrett with Ron Rapoport (1998 autobiography included in THE JIM LIVERSIDGE COLELCTION book holdings) - Received by mail - June, 2001) - Musical comedy star of stage, film and television. Films include: BIG CITY (1948), WORDS AND MUSIC (1948), TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALLGAME (1949), NEPTUNE'S DAUGHTER (1949), ON THE TOWN (1949), MY SISTER EILEEN (1955), etc. Many television appearances including regular roles on ALL IN THE FAMILY (1973 - 75) and LAVERNE AND SHIRLEY (1976 - 81). Widow of actor, Larry Parks (THE JOLSON STORY, etc.).
6 Garrett, Betty #2 - Signed Playbill program for the revival of FOLLIES at the Belasco Theatre, NYC (Received by mail - June, 2001) - Musical comedy star of stage, film and television. Films include: BIG CITY (1948), WORDS AND MUSIC (1948), TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALLGAME (1949), NEPTUNE'S DAUGHTER (1949), ON THE TOWN (1949), MY SISTER EILEEN (1955), etc. Many television appearances including regular roles on ALL IN THE FAMILY (1973 - 75) and LAVERNE AND SHIRLEY (1976 - 81). Widow of actor, Larry Parks (THE JOLSON STORY, etc.).
6 Garrett, Betty #3 - Signed 3 x 5 inch index card (Received by mail - June, 2001) - Musical comedy star of stage, film and television. Films include: BIG CITY (1948), WORDS AND MUSIC (1948), TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALLGAME (1949), NEPTUNE'S DAUGHTER (1949), ON THE TOWN (1949), MY SISTER EILEEN (1955), etc. Many television appearances including regular roles on ALL IN THE FAMILY (1973 - 75) and LAVERNE AND SHIRLEY (1976 - 81). Widow of actor, Larry Parks (THE JOLSON STORY, etc.).
6 Garrett, Betty (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings, a ticket order form for BETTY GARRETT AND OTHER SONGS (a one-woman concert at the Westwood Playhouse, Los Angeles - c. 1977) and an issue of the JOLSON JOURNALETTE (February 1998) announcing the release of Betty Garrett's autobiography.
6 Gish, Lillian - Autographed note (On "Miss Lillian Gish, Savoy Hotel, New York, N.Y." stationary) signed (January 28, 1921) to "My Dear Mr. Hopps" (a photographer) complimenting him on the proofs of a series of photographs he had taken of her and asking if they would be available for magazine publication. American silent film star. Films include: AN UNSEEN ENEMY (1912), THE HOUSE OF DARKNESS (1913), THE HUNCHBACK (1914), THE SISTERS (1914), THE BIRTH OF A NATION (1915), INTOLERANCE (1916), BROKEN BLOSSOMS (1919), WAY DOWN EAST (1920), ORPHANS OF THE STORM (1921), BEN HUR (1925), THE SCARLET LETTER (1926), COMMANDOS STRIKE AT DAWN (1942), DUEL IN THE SUN (1946), PORTRAIT OF JENNIE (1948), THE NIGHT OF THE HUNTER (1955), THE UNFORGIVEN (1960), FOLLOW ME, BOYS (1966), THE COMEDIANS (1967), A WEDDING (1978), THE WHALES OF AUGUST (1987), etc. Many television appearances. Sister of actress, Dorothy Gish.
6 Gish, Lillian (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings (including obituaries), miscellaneous programs and heralds for the 1915 film, BIRTH OF A NATION, a 1915 two-sided theatrical herald for the film, THE LILY AND THE ROSE, a 20-page theatrical program (distributed at the Columbia Theatre in San Francisco) for the 1916 film, INTOLERANCE, a two-sided theatrical herald (distributed at the Shubert-Garrick Theatre in NYC) for the 1916 film, INTOLERANCE, a six page "Facts Worth Knowing" brochure for the 1916 film, INTOLERANCE, miscellaneous programs and heralds for the 1920 film, WAY DOWN EAST, a 4 page program (distributed at the Apollo Theatre in NYC) for the 1921 film, ORPHANS OF THE STORM, a 1924 one-page handbill (distributed at the American Theatre - St. Louis , Missouri) for the film, THE WHITE SISTER, a (1926) 4-page (Embassy Theatre - NYC) program for the MGM production of LA BOHEME (directed by King Vidor and starring LILLIAN GISH, John Gilbert, Renee Adoree, Edward Everett Horton, Karl Dane, etc.), a (1937) 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) publicity photograh of LILLIAN GISH, a program for LILLIAN GISH AND THE MOVIES at UCLA (November 23, 1968) and two programs for LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, LILLIAN GISH: IN PERSON at the Beckman Auditorium at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena (October 18, 1969) and at Uihlein Hall in Milwaukee, Wisconsin (No date listed).
6 Granger, Farley - Signed HOLLYWOOD WALK OF FAME trading card (No date) - American leading man of the 1940s and 1950s. Films include: THE NORTH STAR (1943), THE PURPLE HEART (1944), ROPE (1948), THEY LIVE BY NIGHT (1949), STRANGERS ON A TRAIN (1951), O.HENRY'S FULL HOUSE 1952), HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSON (1952), SMALL TOWN GIRL (1953), THE GIRL IN THE RED VELVET SWING (1955), THE NEXT BIG THING (2001), etc. Many television appearances.
6 Granger, Farley (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings (including obituaries), a 1947 copy of the sheet music for "Your Red Wagon" (from the RKO production of YOUR RED WAGON starring Cathy O' Donnell, FARLEY GRANGER and Howard Da Silva - Words by Don Raye and music by Gen de Paul and Richard M. Jones), a (2006) promotional DVD sleeve for the release of the 1952 - 20 the Century Fox production of O. HENRY'S FULL HOUSE, a book jacket for INCLUDE ME OUT: MY LIFE FROM GOLDWYN TO BROADWAY by Farley Granger with Robert Calhoun (2007 autobiography included in THE JIM LIVERSIDGE COLLECTION book holdings), etc.
6 Granville, Bonita - Inscribed ("To Jim Liversidge, Every good wish -") signed 3 x 5 (yellow) index card (Received through the mail - January 14, 1974) - Former child actress in films from 1932 - Most famous as NANCY DREW in the detective series (1938 - 42) and as the associate producer of the LASSIE television series. Her films include: LITTLE WOMEN (1933), THESE THREE (1936), THE PLOUGH AND THE STARS (1936), THE LIFE OF EMILE ZOLA (1937), ANGELS WASH THEIR FACES (1939), ESCAPE (1940), THE MORTAL STORM (1940), H.M. PUULHAM, ESQ. (1941), THE GLASS KEY (1942), NOW, VOYAGER (1942), HITLER'S CHILDREN (1943), SONG OF THE OPEN ROAD (1944), BREAKFAST IN HOLLYWOOD (1946), etc. Many television appearances. Wife of Hollywood producer, Jack Wrather (THE LONE RANGER, etc.).
6 Granville, Bonita (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings, a DVD release of NANCY DREW ...REPORTER (1939) starring Bonita Granville and Frankie Thomas a 4-page "Press Preview" invitation/program (Westwood Village Theatre, Hollywood - May 14, 1940) for the 1940 film, THOSE WERE THE DAYS and the WRATHER CORPORATION envelope in which the signed index card was sent.
6 Grey, Joel - Inscribed ("For Jim") signed 3.5 x 5.25 inch publicity photograph postcard (Received through the mail - September 27, 1974) - TONY AWARD winner (Best Supporting or Featured Actor in a Musical - Cabaret - 1967) and OSCAR winner (Best Supporting Actor - CABARET - 1972). Other films include: ABOUT FACE (1952), CALYPSO HEAT WAVE (1957), MAN ON A STRING (1974), BUFFALO BILL AND THE INDIANS, OR SITTING BULL'S HISTORY LESSON (1976), REMO WILLIAMS: THE ADVENTURE BEGINS (1985), KAFKA (1991), THE FANTASTICKS (1995), etc. Many Broadway and television appearances. Father of actress, Jennifer Grey (DIRTY DANCING, etc.).
6 Grey, Joel (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings, miscellaneous sheet music from the Broadway productions of CABARET (1966) and GEORGE M! (1968) starring JOEL GREY, a souvenir program, publicity brochure and press release for THE JOEL GREY SHOW (Michigan Star Theatre in Flint - July 1977), a Playbill program for CABARET at the Broadhurst Theatre, NYC (December 1966), a Playbill program for GEORGE M! at the Palace Theatre, NYC (August 1968), the envelope (Joel Grey's stationary) in which the signed postcard was sent, etc.
6 Grodin, Charles - Inscribed ("Love") signed 8 x 10 inch (black and white) publicity photograph (December 2005) - American Broadway leading man, character actor in films and television personality. Films include: THE FUN LOVERS (1964), ROSEMARY'S BABY (1968), CATCH -22 (1970), THE HEARTBREAK KID (1972), 11 HARROWHOUSE (1974), KING KONG (1976), HEAVEN CAN WAIT (1978), SUNBURN (1979), IT'S MY TURN (1980), SEEMS LIKE OLD TIMES (1980), THE GRET MUPPET CAPER (1981), THE LONELY GUY (1984), THE WOMAN IN RED (1984), ISHTAR (1987), MIDNIGHT RUN (1988), BEETHOVEN (1992), DAVE (1993), CLIFFORD (1994), IT RUNS IN THE FAMILY (1994), etc. Many television appearances including his own talk show on the Fox News Network (1996).
6 Grodin, Charles (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous biographical information.
6 Halop, Billy - Inscribed ("To Jim Truly Yours...Many thanks for your note") signed note paper (Received through the mail - January 13, 1974) - Juvenile lead on Broadway and in films - most famous as the "leader" of the Dead End Kids. Films include: DEAD END (1937), CRIME SCHOOL (1938), LITTLE TOUGH GUY (1938), ANGELS WITH DIRTY FACES (1938), THEY MADE ME A CRIMINAL (1939), HELL'S KITCHEN (1939), ANGELS WASH THEIR FACES (1939), DUST BE MY DESTINY (1939), THE DEAD END KIDS ON DRESS PARADE (1939), TOM BROWN'S SCHOOL DAYS (1940), JUNIOR G-MEN (1940), MOB TOWN (1941), BLUES IN THE NIGHT (1941), GAS HOUSE KIDS (1946), A GLOBAL AFFAIR (1964), FITZWILLY (1967), etc. Many television appearances including regular roles on ALL IN THE FAMILY (1975 - 76 - as "Bert Munson"). Brother of actress, Florence Halop (BARNEY MILLER, ST. ELSEWHERE, etc.).
6 Halop, Billy (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings (including obituary), a magazine advertisement for the film, DEAD END (1937) and the envelope (in Billy Halop's hand) in which the signed note was sent.
6 Hamilton, Margaret - Inscribed ("For Jim With all good wishes") signed 8 x10 inch publicity photograph (Received through the mail - August 14, 1975) - Stage, film and television character actress - most famous as "The Wicked Witch of the West" in THE WIZARD OF OZ (1939). Other films include: BROADWAY BILL (1934), The FARMER TAKES A WIFE (1935), THESE THREE (1936), YOU ONLY LIVE ONCE (1937), SARATOGA (1937), NOTHING SACRED (1937), BABES IN ARMS (1939), MY LITTLE CHICKADEE (1940), THE OX-BOW INCIDENT (1943), JOHNNY COME LATELY (1943), MAD WEDNESDAY (1947), STATE OF THE UNION (1948), WABASH AVENUE (1950), ROSIE (1967), ANGEL IN MY POCKET (1969), BREWSTER McCLOUD (1970), THE ANDERSON TAPES (1971), JOURNEY BACK TO OZ (1974), etc. Many television appearances including a series of popular Maxwell House Coffee commercials (as "Cora" - the busybody country store owner) in the 1970s.
6 Hamilton, Margaret (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings and a 2010 magazine advertising insert for THE WIZARD OF OZ - GREEN WITH ENVY "Hand - cast and hand - painted figurine (image of Margaret Hamilton as the "Wicked Witch of the West").
6 Hart, William S. - Inscribed ("Very Sincerely Yours") 2.5 x 5.5 (cut) signature (No date). American hero of silent film Westerns - Films include: "BEN HUR (1907), THE GRINGO (1914), IN THE SAGE BRUSH COUNTRY (1914), THE ROUGHNECK (1915), THE DARKENING TRAIL (1915), KNIGHT OF THE TRAIL (1915), THE PATRIOT (1916), THE GUN FIGHTER (1917), THE NARROW TRAIL (1917), SQUARE DEAL SANDERSON (1919), WAGON TRACKS (1919), SAND (1920), WILD BILL HICKCOK (1923), TUMBLEWEEDS (1925), etc.
6 Hart, William S. (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous biographical information.
6 Haver, June - Signed 3 x 5 inch index card (No date) - Musical comedy star of 20th Century Fox Musicals of the 1940s and early 1950s. Nicknamed "THE POCKET GRABLE" since she often appeared in smaller budgeted musical films at 20th Century Fox while Betty Grable appeared in the big-budgeted blockbusters at the same studio. Films include: THE GANG'S ALL HERE (1943), HOME IN INDIANA (1944), IRISH EYES ARE SMILING (1944), SOMETHING FOR THE BOYS (1944), WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE? (1945), THE DOLLY SISTERS (1945), WAKE UP AND DREAM (1946), THREE LITTLE GIRLS IN BLUE (1946), LOOK FOR THE SILVER LINING (1949 - as Ziegfeld star, Marilyn Miller), THE DAUGHTER OF ROSIE O' GRADY (1950), I'll GET BY (1950), LOVE NEST (1951), etc. Was the wife of actor, Fred MacMurray.
6 Haver, June (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings (including obituary), two pieces of sheet music for the film THE DOLLY SISTERS (1945 - I CAN'T BEGIN TO TELL YOU and I'M ALWAYS CHASING RAINBOWS), sheet music for the film THREE LITTLE GIRLS IN BLUE (1946 - SOMEWHERE IN THE NIGHT), sheet music for the film, I WONDER WHO'S KISSING HER NOW (1947 - TITLE SONG), sheet music for the film OH, YOU BEAUTIFUL DOLL (1949 - I WANT YOU TO WANT ME TO WANT YOU), various 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) motion picture publicity and production photographs featuring JUNE HAVER (from I WONDER WHO'S KISSING HER NOW - 1947, THE DAUGHTER OF ROSIE O' GRADY - 1950 and I'LL GET BY - 1950), etc.
6 Havoc, June - Inscribed ("Best Always") signed sheet music for the film, HELLO, FRISCO, HELLO (1943 - YOU'LL NEVER KNOW) - Signed in person following a summer stock performance of COME AND BE KILLED (World Premiere) at the North Shore Music Theatre in Beverly, Massachusetts (July 10, 1975) - Popular vaudeville, stage, film and television singer, dancer, actress and playwright. Immortalized in the Broadway musical, GYPSY ("Baby June"). Films include: FOUR JACKS AND A JILL (1942), MY SISTER EILEEN (1942), BREWSTER'S MILLIONS (1945), GENTLEMAN'S AGREEMENT (1947), THE IRON CURTAIN (1948), WHEN MY BABY SMILES AT ME (1948), RED, HOT AND BLUE (1949), THE STORY OF MOLLY X (1949), FOLLOW THE SUN (1951), THE PRIVATE FILES OF J. EDGAR HOOVER (1977), A RETURN TO SALEM'S LOT (1987), etc. Many stage and television appearances.
6 Havoc, June (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings (including obituaries), a magazine advertisement for MORE HAVOC (a local NYC talk show on WOR-TV 9 from the 1960s), sheet music and various 8x 10 - inch (black and white) production photographs (with Jack Oakie) for the film, WHEN MY BABY SMILES AT ME (1948 - WHAT DID I DO?), a 1949 (8 x 10 - inch) black and white production photograph from the Universal-International presentation of CONVICT MOLLY X (starring JUNE HAVOC and John Russell), various (1951) 8 x 10 - inch (black and white production photographs from the Broadway presentation of AFFAIRS OF STATE (starring JUNE HAVOC, Sheppard Strudwick and Barbara O' Neil), a theatrical program and ticket stubs for COME AND GET IT ("World Premiere" summer stock production at the North Shore Music Theatre in Beverly, Massachusetts - July 10, 1975), etc.
6 Hedren, Tippi - Signed (with "bird" doodles) 3 x 5 inch index card (No date) - American commercial model, film actress and animal rights activist - Most famous as the star of two popular Alfred Hitchcock films of the 1960s (THE BIRDS in 1963 and MARNIE in 1964). Other films include: A COUNTESS FROM HONG KONG (1967), TIGER BY THE TAIL (1968), THE MAN AND THE ALBATROSS (1969), THE HARRAD EXPERIMENT (1973), PACIFIC HEIGHTS (1990), I HEART HUCKABEES (2004), etc. Many television appearances.
6 Hedren, Tippi (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings and a 4 page program for the 1964 film, MARNIE.
6A Heston, Charlton - Signed 3 x 5 inch "World War II" commemorative postcard (No date) - Oscar-winning (Best Actor - Ben Hur - 1959) leading man with stage experience - most famous for his starring roles in multiple historic epics. Other films include: THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH (1952), RUBY GENTRY (1952), THE TEN COMMANDMENTS (1956), TOUCH OF EVIL (1958), THE BIG COUNTRY (1958), EL CID (1961), DIAMOND HEAD (1963), THE AGONY AND THE ECSTASY (1965), KHARTOUM (1966), PLANET OF THE APES (1968), SOYLENT GREEN (1973), EARTHQUAKE (1974), PLANET OF THE APES (2001), etc. Many stage and television appearances.
6A Heston, Charlton (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings (including obituaries), a souvenir book and miscellaneous promotional ephemera for the 1956 film, THE TEN COMMANDMENTS, a (1958) "Invitational Premiere" program (Stanley-Warner Beverly Hills Theatre - California) for the William Wyler production of THE BIG COUNTRY (directed by William Wyler and starring Gregory Peck, Jean Simmons, Carroll Baker, CHARLTON HESTON, Burl Ives, etc.), a (1961) hardcover souvenir book for the Samuel Bronston production of EL CID (directed by Anthony Mann and starring Charlton Heston, Sophia Loren, Raf Vallone, Hurd Hatfield, Herbert Lom, etc.), a 8 x 10 inch (black and white) production photograph (and a Saxon Theatre - Boston magazine reserved- ticket order form) for the 20th Century Fox film THE AGONY AND THE ECSTASY (1965 - pictured with Rex Harrison), a 4-page pressbook ("Will heats up slow, but when he gets there, He's hell with the hide off!") for the 1968 film, Will Penny ("Grizzled. Tough. A Rawhider. A Loner. Look at Him...You'd never know he could love just as hard as he could hate!"), a (2005) Warner Brothers 4-Disc BEN -HUR DVD promotional sleeve ("Hollywood's Supreme Epic Spectacular Enters a New Arena of DVD Excitement'), two hardcover DVD-release souvenir production information books, a (1959) 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) production photograph (featuring CHARLTON HESTON in the chariot race), etc.
6B Hitchcock, Alfred #1 - An (October 22, 1946) cancelled "Selznick Studio - Culver City, Calif." payment check to ALFRED HITCHCOCK (Amount: $2513.60) endorsed (on the back of the check) by film director ALFRED HITCHCOCK (Purchased to add to THE JIM LIVERSIDGE COLLECTION in 2008). According to the BIO. TRUE STORY Web Site: "Born in London on August 13, 1899, Alfred Hitchcock worked for a short time in engineering before entering the film industry in 1920. He left for Hollywood in 1939, where his first American film, Rebecca, won an Academy Award for best picture. Hitchcock created more than 50 films, including the classics Rear Window, The 39 Steps and Psycho. Nicknamed the 'Master of Suspense,' Hitchcock received the AFI's Life Achievement Award in 1979. He died in 1980..."
6B Hitchcock, Alfred #2 - A July 20, 1954 signed "Studio Acquisition" contract between ALFRED HITCHCOCK and Paramount Pictures for the motion picture THE TROUBLE WITH HARRY (Five mimeographed pages and a carbon typescript memo. The contract is signed at the end by ALFRED HITCHCOCK and by an executive from Paramount. The signature is notarized by Notary Publics on the final page) The contract was purchased to be added to THE JIM LIVERSIDGE COLLECTION in 2008. The contract is boxed with an 8 x 10 - inch (color) publicity photograph of ALFRED HITCHCOCK (with the stars of THE TROUBLE WITH HARRY - Shirley MacLaine and John Forsythe) and four (8 x 10 - inch) full-color promotional lobby cards for THE TROUBLE WITH HARRY. The contract conveys to Paramount all rights to the story, THE TROUBLE WITH HARRY, then owned by ALFRED HITCHCOCK. This is a fine example of ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S business acumen in personally buying rights to the book and stories he wished to film and then reselling those rights, at a much higher price, to the studio (in this instance, HITCHCOCK paid $11,000 for the rights to the book and sold it to the studio for $60,000). According to the BIO. TRUE STORY Web Site: "Born in London on August 13, 1899, Alfred Hitchcock worked for a short time in engineering before entering the film industry in 1920. He left for Hollywood in 1939, where his first American film, Rebecca, won an Academy Award for best picture. Hitchcock created more than 50 films, including the classics Rear Window, The 39 Steps and Psycho. Nicknamed the 'Master of Suspense,' Hitchcock received the AFI's Life Achievement Award in 1979. He died in 1980..."
6C Hitchcock, Alfred (Biographical Information) Part #1 - Miscellaneous biographical ephemera including newspaper and magazine clippings, a 1955 copy of the sheet music for "Whatever Will Be, Will Be" ("Featured in the Paramount Pictures production of ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S THE MAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH starring James Stewart and Doris Day" - Words and music by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans), a 2006 promotional DVD sleeve for the DVD release of the 1943 Universal Pictures production of SHADOW OF A DOUBT starring Joseph Cotton and Teresa Wright (part of "AN ALFRED HITCHCOCK MASTERPIECE" Collection), 2 (11 x 14 - inch) black and white photographs of ALFRED HITCHCOCK and Francois Truffaut (at a 1962 joint - interview session), various 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) publicity and production photographs from the films of ALFRED HITCHCOCK (including THE LADY VANISHES - 1938, MR. AND MRS. SMITH - 1941, SHADOW OF A DOUBT - 1943, LIFEBOAT - 1944, etc.), a 1983 VHS copy of the 1959 MGM production of NORTH BY NORTHWEST, various promotional items for the 2012 Fox Searchlight production of HITCHCOCK starring Anthony Hopkins, etc.
6D Hitchcock, Alfred (Biographical Information) Part #2 - Miscellaneous biographical ephemera including vintage (foreign language - Denmark, Germany, Spain, etc.) promotional and production items (heralds, programs, lobby cards, scripts, etc.) for various films directed by ALFRED HITCHCOCK (originally collected by film director and historian Peter Bogdanovich - Purchased to add to THE JIM LIVERSIDGE COLLECTION in 2008) including THE 39 STEPS - 1935, YOUNG AND INNOCENT - 1937, THE LADY VANISHES - 1938, JAMAICA INN - 1939, FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT - 1940, REBECCA - 1940, SABOTEUR - 1942, SHADOW OF A DOUBT - 1943, LIFEBOAT - 1944, SPELLBOUND - 1945, NOTORIOUS - 1946. THE PARADINE CASE - 1947, STRANGERS ON A TRAIN - 1951, I CONFESS - 1953, DIAL 'M' FOR MURDER - 1954, REAR WINDOW - 1954, TO CATCH A THIEF - 1955, THE MAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH - 1956, VERTIGO - 1958, NORTH BY NORTHWEST - 1959, PSYCHO - 1960, THE BIRDS - 1963, MARNIE - 1964, TORN CURTAIN - 1966, etc. various tribute programs and heralds (Lincoln Center - 1974, Cahiers Du Cinema - 1980, The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences - 1984, The Museum of Broadcasting - 1988, The ALFRED HITCHCOCK Commemorative Stamp - 1998, IT'S HITCHCOCK'S 100th! - 1999, The Directors Guild of America - 1999, The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts - 2001, etc.), a 1963 copy of the (Danish) THE CINEMA OF ALFRED HITCHCOCK by Peter Bogdanovich (signed by Peter Bogdanovich), a Spring 1963 copy of FILM CULTURE MAGAZINE featuring an article on THE BIRDS by Peter Bogdanovich (signed by Peter Bogdanovich), an 11 x 17 - inch (color) lobby card for MARNIE (signed by Tippi Hedren), etc.
6E Hitchcock, Alfred (Biographical Information) Part 3 - Part 1 of THE PARADINE CASE SCRIPT ARCHIVE (PART 2 may be found in BOX 6f) - Purchased to add to THE JIM LIVERSIDGE COLLECTION in 2009. This box contains the original screenplay (October 9, 1934 - the film was released on December 31, 1947) by Robert Hichens and Lewis Waller ("Vanguard Script Dept."), the (February 26, 1942) Metro-Goldwyn- Mayer Script for THE PARADINE CASE from Salka Viertel and Polly James ("Re- run in Vanguard Script Dept."), the (April 16, 1946) "First Rough Draft (with Dialogue from Novel) of THE PARADINE CASE by ALFRED HITCHCOCK and Alma Reville ("Lady Hitchcock" wife and professional partner of ALFRED HITCHCOCK), and the (July 26, 1946) "Dialogue Treatment" of THE PARADINE CASE by James Bridie ("of Screen Play by A.H. and AR" - ALFRED HITCHCOCK and Alma Reville). According to Wikipedia: "The Paradine Case is a 1947 American courtroom drama film, set in England, directed by Alfred Hitchcock and produced by David O. Selznick. The screenplay was written by Selznick and an uncredited Ben Hecht, from an adaptation by Alma Reville and James Bridie of the novel by Robert Smythe Hichens. The film stars Gregory Peck, Ann Todd, Alida Valli, Charles Laughton, Charles Coburn, Ethel Barrymore and Louis Jourdan. It tells of an English barrister who falls in love with a woman who is accused of murder, and how it affects his relationship with his wife.."
6F Hitchcock, Alfred (Biographical Information) Part #4 - Part 2 of THE PARADINE CASE SCRIPT ARCHIVE (PART 1 may be found in BOX 6e) - Purchased to add to THE JIM LIVERSIDGE COLLECTION in 2009. This box contains the (August 10, 1946) "Third Draft Script" for ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S THE PARADINE CASE - A Selznick International Picture - Screen play by James Bridie and Adaptation by Alma Reville ("Lady Hitchcock" wife and professional partner of ALFRED HITCHCOCK), the (December 10, 1946) "Final Shooting Script" for ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S THE PARADINE CASE - A Selznick International Picture - From the Novel by Robert Hichens - Screen Play by James Bridie - Adaptation by Alma Reville - Additional Dialogue by Ben Hecht, the (January 21, 1947) "Trailer Dialogue Cutting Continuity" script for THE PARADINE CASE, the (February 19, 1948) "Dialogue Cutting Continuity" script for THE PARADINE CASE - A Production of THE SELZNICK STUDIO and the 1948 SELZNICK STUDIO Press Book ("Press and Exploitation Material for THE PARADINE CASE - These ads have proved tremendously successful - use many of them throughout your local papers - They may be ordered from your local exchange NATIONAL SCREEEN SERVICE") sent to theatre owners ("Close-Up: THE PARADINE CASE - Complete Material for Theater Promotion and Exploitation for THE PARADINE CASE..."). According to Wikipedia: "The Paradine Case is a 1947 American courtroom drama film, set in England, directed by Alfred Hitchcock and produced by David O. Selznick. The screenplay was written by Selznick and an uncredited Ben Hecht, from an adaptation by Alma Reville and James Bridie of the novel by Robert Smythe Hichens. The film stars Gregory Peck, Ann Todd, Alida Valli, Charles Laughton, Charles Coburn, Ethel Barrymore and Louis Jourdan. It tells of an English barrister who falls in love with a woman who is accused of murder, and how it affects his relationship with his wife.."
7 Hope, Bob #1 - Signed (Secretarial - most mailed autograph requests were signed by Bob Hope's secretary) 8 x 10 inch (black and white) publicity photograph (Received by mail - May, 2001) - British born - American star of stage, radio, films, television, recordings and USO shows. Films include: THE BIG BROADCAST OF 1938, THE ROAD TO SINGAPOER (1940 - and subsequent sequels in the series with Bing Crosby and Dorothy Lamour), THE PALEFACE (1948 - in which he introduced the Oscar wining Best Song, BUTTONS AND BOWS), THE LEMON DROP KID (1951 in which he introduced the Christmas standard , SILVER BELLS), THE SEVEN LITTLE FOYS (1955 - as "Eddie Foy"), BEAU JAMES (1957 - as NYC Mayor "Jimmie Walker"), THE FACTS OF LIFE (1960), etc.
7 Hope, Bob #2 - Signed (in person) political fundraiser ticket (October 15, 1972) - also signed by Dolores Hope (wife of Bob Hope)and Joseph C. Richards (Defeated "Republican Candidate for Congress - 9th Congressional District" - Ohio) - American (British born) star of stage, radio, films, television, recordings and USO shows. Films include: THE BIG BROADCAST OF 1938, THE ROAD TO SINGAPORE (1940 - and subsequent sequels in the series with Bing Crosby and Dorothy Lamour), THE PALEFACE (1948 - in which he introduced the Oscar wining Best Song, BUTTONS AND BOWS), THE LEMON DROP KID (1951 in which he introduced the Christmas standard , SILVER BELLS), THE SEVEN LITTLE FOYS (1955 - as "Eddie Foy"), BEAU JAMES (1957 - as NYC Mayor "Jimmie Walker"), THE FACTS OF LIFE (1960), etc.
7 Hope, Bob #3 - Typed letter signed (on "BOB HOPE" stationary) to Florida U.S Representative, Charles Bennett, thanking him for his participation in the Bob Hope "birthday tribute" in the U.S. House of Representatives (July 27, 1978). American (British born) star of stage, radio, films, television, recordings and USO shows. Films include: THE BIG BROADCAST OF 1938, THE ROAD TO SINGAPORE (1940 - and subsequent sequels in the series with Bing Crosby and Dorothy Lamour), THE PALEFACE (1948 - in which he introduced the Oscar wining Best Song, BUTTONS AND BOWS), THE LEMON DROP KID (1951 in which he introduced the Christmas standard , SILVER BELLS), THE SEVEN LITTLE FOYS (1955 - as "Eddie Foy"), BEAU JAMES (1957 - as NYC Mayor "Jimmie Walker"), THE FACTS OF LIFE (1960), etc.
7 Hope, Bob (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous advertisements and newspaper and magazine clippings (including 100th birthday articles - May 29, 2003 and obituaries - July 27, 2003), a theatrical program herald (with miscellaneous sheet music) for the musical comedy, RED, HOT AND BLUE (October 7, 1936) starring Bob Hope, Ethel Merman and Jimmy Durante at the Colonial Theatre in Boston, sheet music for the film, THE BIG BROADCAST OF 1938 (1938 - THANKS FOR THE MEMORY and MAMA, THAT MOON IS HERE AGAIN), sheet music for the film, THANKS FOR THE MEMORY (1938 - TWO SLEEPY PEOPLE - 3 copies), sheet music for the film , THE ROAD TO MOROCCO (1942 - MOONLIGHT BECOMES YOU), sheet music for the film STAR SPANGLED RHYTHM (1942 - THAT OLD BLACK MAGIC), an 8x 10 inch (black and white) production photo of Bob Hope and Bing Crosby (c. 1940s), sheet music for the film THE ROAD TO UTOPIA (1946 - PERSONALITY), sheet music for the film, MY FAVORITE SPY (1951 - JUST A MOMENT MORE), sheet music for the film, SON OF PALEFACE (1952 - CALIFORNIA ROSE), an 8 x 10 inch (black and white) production photograph for the Paramount Pictures film CASANOVA'S BIG NIGHT (1954 - pictured with Joan Fontaine, Hope Emerson, and Audrey Dalton) a 1958 ticket and show information brochure for the St. Louis Municipal Opera (featuring a stage production of ROBERTA starring Bob Hope), a BOB HOPE IN CONCERT program (c. early 1960s - designed to look like an issue of LIFE MAGAZINE with BOB HOPE in the red logo square), a gold ticket for the February 3, 1947 LOOK ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS ("Bob Hope Officiating") at the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood, a USO press release (No date) listing "Bob Hope USO Tour Highlights," a 1963 Clowes Memorial Hall of Butler University in Indianapolis, Indiana (featuring THE BOB HOPE SHOW - October 19, 1963), publicity cards announcing the BOB HOPE: SHANKS FOR THE MEMORY exhibit (2008 - 10) at the WORLD GOLF HALL OF FAME (St. Augustine, Florida), a program and ticket for the BOB HOPE BENEFIT for the ALICE PECK DAY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL in Lebanon, New Hampshire (July 1, 1989), an 8 x 10 inch (black and white) publicity photograph promoting THE FOURTH ANNUAL TELVISION ACADEMY HALL OF FAME (pictured with photos of the other nominees including Johnny Carson, Ernie Kovacs, Jim Henson, etc.), two programs and an information card for BOB HOPE AND AMERICAN VARIETY: A LIBRARY OF CONGRESS EXHIBITION (July, 2005 - Jefferson Hall, Washington, DC), a copy of the book "NOW I'LL TELL ONE by Jack Strausberg (1951 hardcover book of "favorite yarns from the world of sports" with an introduction by Bob Hope and large caricature of Bob Hope on the book cover), a book jacket for BOB HOPE'S CONFESSIONS OF A HOOKER - MY LIFELONG LOVE AFFAIR WITH GOLF by Bob Hope as told to Dwayne Netland (1985 book of humor included in THE JIM LIVERSIDGE COLLECTION book holdings), a book jacket for DON'T SHOOT, IT'S ONLY ME by Bob Hope with Melville Shavelson (1990 autobiography included in THE JIM LIVERSIDGE COLLECTION book holdings), a book jacket for ALWAYS HOME: 50 YEARS OF THE USO by Frank Coffey (1991 photographic history with a foreword by Bob Hope included in THE JIM LIVERSIDGE COLLECTION book holdings), a book jacket for THE SECRET LIFE OF BOB HOPE (1993 biography included in THE JIM LIVERSIDGE COLLECTION book holdings), etc.
8 Hutton, Betty #1 - Signed 3 x 5 inch index card (No date) - American leading lady of stage, film, nightclubs and television - Nicknamed "THE BLONDE BOMBSHELL" - Most famous as the star the film version of ANNIE GET YOUR GUN (1950). Other films include: THE FLEET'S IN (1942), STAR SPANGLED RHYTHM (1942), THE MIRACLE OF MORGAN'S CREEK (1944), THE INCENDIARY BLONDE (1945 - as "Texas Guinan"), THE PERILS OF PAULINE (1947 - as "Pearl White"), LET'S DANCE (1950), THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH (1952), SOMEBODY LOVES ME (1952 as "Blossom Seeley'), etc. Many television appearances including her own show, THE BETTY HUTTON SHOW (1959 - 60). Sister of band singer , Marion Hutton (Glenn Miller Orchestra).
8 Hutton, Betty #2 - Inscribed ("To Jean) Signed 3 x 5 inch index card (1987) - American leading lady of stage, film, nightclubs and television - Nicknamed "THE BLONDE BOMBSHELL" - Most famous as the star the film version of ANNIE GET YOUR GUN (1950). Other films include: THE FLEET'S IN (1942), STAR SPANGLED RHYTHM (1942), THE MIRACLE OF MORGAN'S CREEK (1944), THE INCENDIARY BLONDE (1945 - as "Texas Guinan"), THE PERILS OF PAULINE (1947 - as "Pearl White"), LET'S DANCE (1950), THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH (1952), SOMEBODY LOVES ME (1952 as "Blossom Seeley'), etc. Many television appearances including her own show, THE BETTY HUTTON SHOW (1959 - 60). Sister of band singer , Marion Hutton (Glenn Miller Orchestra).
8 Hutton, Betty (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings (including obituaries), a LOOK magazine cover (December 15, 1953) with Betty Hutton depicted ("Betty Hutton Hits Manhattan"), an issue of PHOTOPLAY magazine ( March 1951) with Betty Hutton on cover ("Gold Medal Awards Issue"), an RCA Victor Records publicity release (c. 1950 - 7 page biography), a 7-page Paramount Pictures press release and various production photographs for the 1950 film, LET'S DANCE (starring BETTY HUTTON and Fred Astaire), NYC theatrical programs (3 copies) for "Palace Two-A-Day" starring Betty Hutton (1952 - 53), artwork for the reel to reel release of the ANNIE GET YOUR GUN film soundtrack and an 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) cast photograph (1950), DVD copy (2000) of the film ANNIE GET YOUR GUN (1950), a newspaper advertisement for the Chateau de Ville Dinner Theatre (Framingham, Massachusetts) appearance of Betty Hutton in ANYTHING GOES (1974), miscellaneous sheet music from various BETTY HUTTON films (HERE COME THE WAVES, AND THE ANGELS SING, THE STORK CLUB, etc.), etc.
8 Jarmen, Jr., Claude - Signed 3 x 5 inch "MOVIES " index card (No date) - American child actor - most famous as "Jody" in the film version of THE YEARLING (1946). Other films include: HIGH BARBAREE (1947), THE SUN COMES UP (1949), INTRUDER IN THE DUST (1949), RIO GRANDE (1950), FAIR WIND TO JAVA (1953), THE GREAT LOCOMOTIVE CHASE (1956), etc.
8 Jarmen, Jr., Claude (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous biographical information including a 4 page theatrical Radio City Music Hall program (for the week beginning Thursday, January 30, 1947), a 4 page "Guide to the Discussion of the screen version of THE YEARLING," a (December 1948) 4-page Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer "Press Preview" program for THE SUN COMES UP (starring Jeanette MacDonald, CLAUDE JARMAN, JR., Lloyd Nolan, Lewis Stone, Percy Kilbride and Lassie), etc.
8 Johnson, Van #1 - Inscribed (GOD BLESS YOU, JIM") signed 3 x 5 inch index card (Received through the mail - February 24, 1975) - "THE BOY NEXT DOOR" in films of the 1940s and 1950s. Films include: TOO MANY GIRLS (1940), THE HUMAN COMEDY (1943), MADAME CURIE (1943), A GUY NAMED JOE (1943), TWO GIRLS AND A SAILOR (1944), THIRTY SECONDS OVER TOKYO (1944), THRILL OF A ROMANCE (1945), TILL THE CLOUDS ROLL BY (1946), IN THE GOOD OLD SUMMERTIME (1949), BATTLEGROUND (1949), WASHINGTON STORY (1952), PLYMOUTH ADVENTURE (1952), EASY TO LOVE (1953), THE CAINE MUTINY (1954), BRIGADOON (1954), THE LAST TIME I SAW PARIS (1954), MIRACLE IN THE RAIN (1956), 23 PACES TO BAKER STREET (1956), YOURS, MINE AND OURS (1968), THE PURPLE ROSE OF CAIRO (1985), etc. Many stage and television appearances.
8 Johnson, Van #2 - Signed(with Smiley Face doodle) 3 x5 inch index card (1987) - "THE BOY NEXT DOOR" in films of the 1940s and 1950s. Films include: TOO MANY GIRLS (1940), THE HUMAN COMEDY (1943), MADAME CURIE (1943), A GUY NAMED JOE (1943), TWO GIRLS AND A SAILOR (1944), THIRTY SECONDS OVER TOKYO (1944), THRILL OF A ROMANCE (1945), TILL THE CLOUDS ROLL BY (1946), IN THE GOOD OLD SUMMERTIME (1949), BATTLEGROUND (1949), WASHINGTON STORY (1952), PLYMOUTH ADVENTURE (1952), EASY TO LOVE (1953), THE CAINE MUTINY (1954), BRIGADOON (1954), THE LAST TIME I SAW PARIS (1954), MIRACLE IN THE RAIN (1956), 23 PACES TO BAKER STREET (1956), YOURS, MINE AND OURS (1968), THE PURPLE ROSE OF CAIRO (1985), etc. Many stage and television appearances.
8 Johnson, Van (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings (including obituaries), a (1948) 4-page "Press Preview" program for the MGM production of THE BRIDE GOES WILD (directed by Norman Taurog and starring VAN JOHNOSN, June Allyson, Butch Jenkins, Hume Cronyn, etc.), a 1-page herald for the 1949 film, BATTLEGROUND, a 4-page theatrical program for the 1952 film, INVITATION, a theatrical program for the production of LEND ME A TENOR at the Hampton (New Hampshire) Playhouse starring Van Johnson (June 13- 28, 1992), a (1957) 9. 5 x 12 - inch promotional herald (announcing the broadcast of THE PIED PIPER OF HAMELIN on WJXT - TV/Channel 4 - Jacksonville, Florida starring Van Johnson, Claude Rains, Jim "Mr. Magoo" Backus and Kay Starr - "Read the book and see it, too!"), a DVD copy (2004) of THE PIED PIPER OF HAMELIN (1957 television production released as a theatrical feature) starring Van Johnson, miscellaneous sheet music from various VAN JOHNSON films (TWO GIRLS AND A SAILOR, THRILL OF A ROMANCE, WEEK-END AT THE WALDORF, THE LAST TIME I SAW PARIS, WIVES AND LOVERS, etc. ), various 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) publicity and production photographs featuring VAN JOHNSON (from EASY TO WED - 1946, MOTHER IS A FRESHMAN - 1949 and DUCHESS OF IDAHO - 1950), a book jacket for VAN JOHNSON: MGM's GOLDEN BOY by Ronald L. Davis (2001 biography included in THE JIM LIVERSIDGE COLLECTION book holdings), etc.
8 Jory, Victor - Inscribed ("To Jimmy") signed (perforated) paper scrap (July 16, 1976 following an unknown production performance at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Maine) - Popular American character actor on stage, film and television - usually as a villain - Most famous as "Jonas Wilkerson" in the film, GONE WITH THE WIND (1939). Other films include: STATE FAIR (1933), A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (1935), ESCAPE FROM DEVIL'S ISLAND (1935), THE ADVENTURES OF TOM SAWYER (1938), EACH DAWN I DIE (1939), THE SHADOW (1940), THE FUGITIVE KIND (1959), A TIME FOR DYING (1969), THE MOUNTAIN MEN (1980), etc. Many stage and television appearances.
8 Jory, Victor (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings (including obituaries), a (1944) 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) production photograph for the Broadway presentation of THE PERFECT MARRIAGE ( A play by Samuel Raphaelson starring VICTOR JORY and Martha Sleeper at the Barrymore Theatre in NYC), a (c. 1960) 4-page promotional program for the VICTOR JORY documentary production of HONG KONG (narrated by VICTOR JORY, Dana Andrews, Lloyd Nolan and Pat McVey), etc.
8 Kaye, Danny - Signed 3.5 x 4 inch album page with pasted magazine photo (No date) - American stage, nightclub, recording, film and television star. Films include: UP IN ARMS (1944), THE KID FROM BROOKLYN (1946), THE SECRET LIFE OF WALTER MITTY (1947), THE INSPECTOR GENERAL (1949), ON THE RIVIERA (1951) HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSON (1952), KNOCK ON WOOD (1954), WHITE CHRISTMAS (1954), THE COURT JESTER (1955), MERRY ANDREW (1958), THE FIVE PENNIES (1959 - as bandleader, "Red Nichols"), THE MADWOMAN OF CHAILLOT (1969), etc. Many stage and television appearances including his own show, THE DANNY KAYE SHOW (1963 - 67) and a dramatic role in the television film, SKOKIE (1981).
8 Kaye, Danny (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and television clippings, a Playbill for LET'S FACE IT (June 21, 1942 - The Imperial Theatre, NYC), a 4-page program (Distributed at the Strand Theatre in NYC - December 30, 1949) for the 1949 film, THE INSPECTOR GENERAL, a (May 18, 1953) Columbia Records press release announcing the release of the recording, DANNY KAYE ENTERTAINS, the cover sleeve for COLUMBIA PRESENTS DANNY KAYE (78 RPM record set), three "Hollywood Premiere" programs (April 2, 1958 - Pantages Theatre) for MERRY ANDREW to benefit Variety Boy's Club of East Los Angeles, a Radio City Music Hall program for MERRY ANDREW (April 3, 1958), a 12-page Paramount Pictures press release for the 1961 film, ON THE DOUBLE, miscellaneous programs and Playbills for DANNY KAYE : IN CONCERT (1953 - 76), two Playbills and souvenir program for TWO BY TWO (July 31, 1971 - Imperial Theatre, NYC), miscellaneous sheet music from various DANNY KAYE films (HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSON, ON THE RIVIERA, etc.), various 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) publicity and production photographs featuring DANNY KAYE (from the 1944 Samuel Goldwyn production of UP IN ARMS with Dinah Shore. from the 1951 Twentieth Century-Fox production of ON THE RIVIERA with Gwen Verdon and Corinne Calvet, etc.), a book jacket for NOBODY'S FOOL: THE LIVES OF DANNY KAYE by Martin Gottfried (1994 biography included in THE JIM LIVERSIDGE COLLECTION book holdings), etc.
9 Kazan, Elia - Signed 3 x 5 inch index card (Received through the mail - January 28, 1974) - Oscar winning American (Born in Istanbul, Turkey) film director (GENTLEMAN'S AGREEMENT in 1947 and ON THE WATERFRONT in 1954) producer, writer and actor. Films as actor include: PIE IN THE SKY (1935), CITY FOR CONQUEST (1940), BLUES IN THE NIGHT (1941), etc. As director, writer and/or producer: A TREE GROWS IN BROOKLYN (1945), THE SEA OF GRASS (1947), PINKY (1949), PANIC IN THE STREETS (1950), A STREET CAR NAMED DESIRE (1951), VIVA ZAPATA! (1952), EAST OF EDEN (1955), BABY DOLL (1956), A FACE IN THE CROWD (1957), WILD RIVER (1960), SPLENDOR IN THE GRASS (1961), AMERICA, AMERICA (1963), THE ARRANGEMENT (1969), etc.
9 Kazan, Elia (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings (including obituaries), a 1957 (8 x 10 - inch) black and white publicity photograph featuring ELIA KAZAN (with author William Inge discussing the Broadway production of THE DARK AT THE TOP OF THE STAIRS), a Playbill program for the play, LILIOM at the Forty-Fourth Street Theatre, NYC (March 25, 1945 starring Elia Kazan - on the cover with Ingrid Bergman and Burgess Meredith), 2 (1948) copies of the sheet music for "Here I'll Stay" (from the Broadway production of LOVE LIFE - directed by Elia Kazan - book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner and music by Kurt Weill), a 4.25 x 5.5 - inch promotional card for the Florida Theatre in Gainesville, Florida (featuring advertisements for ON THE WATERFRONT, BLACK WIDOW starring Ginger Rogers and THE EGYPTIAN starring Edmund Purdom), a (c. 1975) 8 x 10 - inch herald for a University of Florida (Gainesville) campus screening of the Columbia Pictures production of ON THE WATERFRONT (directed by ELIA KAZAN and starring Marlon Brando, Eva Marie Saint, Karl Malden, etc.), the ELIA KAZAN stationary envelope in which the signed card was sent, etc.
9 Keel, Howard - Signed souvenir concert program (Received through the mail - October 2001) - American singer and leading man (with stage experience). Most famous for his starring roles in MGM musicals of the 1950s. Films include: ANNIE GET YOUR GUN (1950), PAGAN LOVE SONG (1950), SHOW BOAT (1951), CALAMITY JANE (1953), KISS ME KATE (1953), SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS (1954), KISMET (1955), THE BIG FISHERMAN (1959), THE DAY OF THE TRIFFIDS (1962), THE WAR WAGON (1967), etc. Many stage and television appearances.
9 Keel, Howard (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous biographical information including a 2-page MGM press release for the 1951 film, SHOW BOAT, a 4-page "Preview Program" for the 1951 film, TEXAS CARNIVAL, various 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) publicity and production photographs (from the 1951 MGM production of CALLAWAY WENT THATAWAY), etc.
9 Kelly, Gene - Inscribed ("Good Luck" with flower or shamrock doodle) signed 5 x 7 inch (black and white) publicity photograph (from the 1971 television show THE FUNNY SIDE) - Received through the mail - March 11, 1974. Superstar dancer, actor, singer, choreographer and director - most famous for his MGM musicals of the 1940s and 1950s. Was a star on Broadway after his appearance in PAL JOEY (1940). Films include: FOR ME AND MY GAL (1942), COVER GIRL (1944), ANCHORS AWEIGH (1945), THE PIRATE (1948), TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALLGAME (1949), AN AMERICAN IN PARIS (1951), SINGIN' IN THE RAIN (1952), BRIGADOON (1954), LES GIRLS (1957), INHERIT THE WIND (1960), THAT'S ENTERTAINMENT (1974), XANADU (1980), etc. Many television appearances including his own show THE FUNNY SIDE (1971).
9 Kelly, Gene (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings (including obituaries), various 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) publicity and production photographs featuring GENE KELLY (from ANCHORS AWEIGH - 1945, TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALLGAME - 1949, ON THE TOWN - 1949, SUMMER STOCK - 1950, AN AMERICAN IN PARIS - 1951, IT'S ALWAYS FAIR WEATHER - 1955, INVITATION TO THE DANCE - 1956, etc.), a 6 page "Press Preview Program" for the 1948 film, THE THREE MUSKETEERS, a German program for the film, ON THE TOWN (1949) at the Apollo Theatre in Dusseldorf, a Dance magazine advertisement (June 1956) for the 1957 film, INVITATION TO THE DANCE, a magazine advertisement and 1 page herald for the 1957 film, LES GIRLS, a Museum of Modern Art Film Library exhibit program (text by Richard Griffith) for THE CINEMA OF GENE KELLY (1962), an issue of DANCE magazine (March, 1941) with Gene Kelly and Shirley Paige (PAL JOEY) on the cover, an issue of DANCE AND DANCERS magazine (April, 1950) with the cast of the film, ON THE TOWN on the cover, a Radio City Music Hall program for the film, WORDS AND MUSIC (December 23, 1948), a Radio City Music Hall program for the film, DEEP IN MY HEART (December 16, 1954), a promotional herald announcing the "Premiere Showing" of INVITATION TO THE DANCE to benefit Ballet Theatre Foundation (May 22, 1956), a press release from THE JOHN F. KENNEDY CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS announcing the 1982 Kennedy Center Honors (including Gene Kelly), a 1960 magazine advertisement for Rheingold Beer featuring Gene Kelly, a 1976 paperback copy of GENE KELLY by Jeanine Basinger (Published as part of the Pyramid Illustrated History of the Movies, New York), a (c. mid 1990s) magazine advertisement for GAP KHAKIS featuring the image of Gene Kelly (c. mid 1950s), an obituary for Fred Kelly (March 17, 2000) - dancer, choreographer and brother of Gene Kelly, a ticket, program and handbill for GENE KELLY: A LIVE DOCUMENTARY produced at THE CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS at the UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, Gainesville (September 8 - 11, 1998) - written and directed by Maryann Lombardi and choreographed by Christie Kerr, a book jacket for THE MAGIC FACTORY: HOW MGM MADE AN AMERICAN IN PARIS by Donald Knox (Published in 1973 and included in THE JIM LIVERSIDGE COLLECTION book holdings), miscellaneous sheet music from various GENE KELLY films (COVER GIRL, WORDS AND MUSIC, AN AMERICAN IN PARIS, SINGIN' IN THE RAIN, LES GIRLS, etc. ), a 1958 (36-page) VOCAL SELECTION songbook (From the Broadway production of FLOWER DRUM SONG directed by GENE KELLY - Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd and music by Richard Rodgers), the envelope in which the signed photo was sent, etc. See, also, THE FILMS OF GENE KELLY: SONG AND DANCE MAN by Tony Thomas (1974 filmography included in THE JIM LIVERSIDGE COLLECTION book holdings).
9 Kelly, Patsy - Signed sheet music for the film, EVERY NIGHT AT EIGHT (1935 - I'M IN THE MOOD FOR LOVE) - Signed, in person, following a matinee performance of IRENE at the Shubert Theatre in Boston (May 3, 1975). THE SHEET MUSIC WAS ALSO SIGNED, IN PERSON, BY ALICE FAYE FOLLOWING A PERFORMANCE OF GOOD NEWS AT THE COLONIAL THEATRE IN BOSTON (DECEMBER 27, 1973). FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ALICE FAYE, SEE "FAYE, ALICE" - BOX 5. Patsy Kelly was an American wisecracking comedienne most popular in the 1930s and 1940s. Her films included a series of two-reelers teaming her with "The Ice Cream Blonde," Thelma Todd (1931 - 35). Other films include: GOING HOLLYWOOD (1933), SOUP AND FISH (1934), THE GIRL FROM MISSOURI (1934), TRANSATLANTIC MERRY-GO-ROUND (1934), SING, SISTER, SING (1935), GO INTO YOUR DANCE (1935), THANKS A MILLION (1935), PIGSKIN PARADE (1936), WAKE UP AND LIVE (1937), HIT PARADE OF 1941 (1940), TOPPER RETURNS (1941), PLAYMATES (1941), SING YOUR WORRIES AWAY (1942), PLEASE DON'T EAT THE DAISIES (1960), THE CROWDED SKY (1960), THE GHOST IN THE INVISIBLE BIKINI (1966), C'MON LET'S LIVE A LITTLE (1967), ROSEMARY'S BABY (1968), FREAKY FRIDAY (1976), etc.
9 Kelly, Patsy (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings (including obituary), a 1935 copy of the sheet music for "I'm Sitting High on a Hill Top" (from the 20th Century - Fox production of THANKS A MILLION starring Dick Powell, Ann Dvorak, Fred Allen, PATSY KELLY, Paul Whiteman, Rubinoff, Raymond Walburn, The Yacht Club Boys, etc. - Lyrics by Gus Kahn and music by Arthur Johnston) and two promotional postcards announcing Patsy Kelly's appearance in HIGH TIME - "A Gay New Revue" at the Salt Creek Summer Theatre in Hinsdale, Illinois (September 8 - 13, 1953).
9 Keyes, Evelyn - Signed Playbill program (January 23, 1973 - signed, in person, following a performance of NO, NO, NANETTE at the SHUBERT THEATRE in Boston). American leading lady of the 1940s. Films include: THE BUCCANEER (1938), GONE WITH THE WIND (1939), HERE COMES MISTER JORDAN (1941), THE JOLSON STORY (1946), JOHNNY O' CLOCK (1946), MRS. MIKE (1948), THE PROWLER (1951), THE SEVEN YEAR ITCH (1954), AROUND THE WORLD IN EIGHTY DAYS (1956), WICKED STEPMOTHER (1989), etc. Was married to film director, Charles Vidor ("Gilda", etc.), actor/director, John Huston and bandleader, Artie Shaw. THE PLAYBILL WAS ALSO SIGNED BY TELEVISION AND FILM SUPPORTING ACTRESS, ANNE B. DAVIS FOLLOWING THE SAME PERFORMANCE OF NO, NO, NANETTE AT THE SHUBERT THEATRE IN BOSTON. Anne B. Davis was most famous for supporting roles on television including THE BOB CUMMINGS SHOW (as "SCHULTZY" 1955 -59) and THE BRADY BUNCH (as "ALICE" - 1969- 74). Films include: A MAN CALLED PETER (1955), THE BEST THINGS IN LIFE ARE FREE (1956), PEPE (1960), ALL HANDS ON DECK (1961), LOVER COME BACK (1961), etc.
9 Keyes, Evelyn (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings (including obituaries), a book jacket for SCARLET O'HARA'S YOUNGER SISTER by Evelyn Keyes (1977 autobiography included in THE JIM LIVERSIDGE COLLECTION book holdings) and a book jacket for I'LL THINK ABOUT THAT TOMORROW by Evelyn Keyes (1991 autobiographical sequel included in THE JIM LIVERSIDGE COLLECTION book holdings). ANNE B.DAVIS: Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings.
9 Landis, Jessie Royce #1 - Inscribed ("My Love to Amy...JO") signed 6 x 9 - inch (cut) program scrapbook page received (c. December 1931) in person (following a performance of LITTLE WOMEN at the Playhouse Theatre in NYC) from the noted stage, film and television actress (PROVENANCE UNKNOWN - TRANSFERRED FROM THE BELKNAP AUTOGRAPH COLLECTION). According to the IMDb Web Site: "Jessie Royce Landis was called 'an international star' in her New York Times obituary. She was 20 when she made her stage debut at the Playhouse in Chicago as the young countess in 'The Highwayman.' Soon she was on Broadway. In 1950 she went to London for 'Larger Than Life,' a dramatization of W. Somerset Maugham's novel, 'Theatre.' There she received an award for the best performance of the year. The following year in London she had the prima donna role (a singing part) in 'And So To Bed.' In 1954, she published her autobiography, 'You Won't Be So Pretty.' Then in the mid-1950s her film career took off after she was Grace Kelly's mother in To Catch a Thief (1955) and Cary Grant's mother in North by Northwest (1959). Although she claimed to have been born the same year as Grant, she was actually more than seven years older..."
9 Landis, Jessie Royce #2 - Signed program received (October 27, 1941) in person (following a performance of JOHNNY BELINDA at the Nixon Theatre in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) from the noted stage, film and television actress (PROVENANCE UNKNOWN - TRANSFERRED FROM THE BELKNAP AUTOGRAPH COLLECTION). According to the IMDb Web Site: "Jessie Royce Landis was called 'an international star' in her New York Times obituary. She was 20 when she made her stage debut at the Playhouse in Chicago as the young countess in 'The Highwayman.' Soon she was on Broadway. In 1950 she went to London for 'Larger Than Life,' a dramatization of W. Somerset Maugham's novel, 'Theatre.' There she received an award for the best performance of the year. The following year in London she had the prima donna role (a singing part) in 'And So To Bed.' In 1954, she published her autobiography, 'You Won't Be So Pretty.' Then in the mid-1950s her film career took off after she was Grace Kelly's mother in To Catch a Thief (1955) and Cary Grant's mother in North by Northwest (1959). Although she claimed to have been born the same year as Grant, she was actually more than seven years older..."
9 Landis, Jessie Royce (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous biographical information.
9 Lane, Priscilla - Signed 3.5 x 5 inch album page with pasted magazine photo (October 17, 1938) - American leading lady of the 1940s. Films include: VARSITY SHOW (1937), COWBOY FROM BRROKLYN (1938), FOUR DAUGHTERS (1938 - with her sisters Rosemary Lane and Lola Lane), BROTHER RAT (1938), YES, MY DARLING DAUGHTER (1939), DAUGHTERS COURAGEOUS (1939), DUST BE MY DESTINY (1939), THE ROARING TWENTIES (1939), FOUR WIVES (1939), BROTHER RAT AND A BABY (1940), THREE CHEERS FOR THE IRISH (1940), FOUR MOTHERS (1941), BLUES INTHE NIGHT (1941 - in which she introduced the standard, THIS TIME THE DREAM'S ON ME), SABATEUR (1942), THE MEANEST MAN IN THE WORLD (1943), ARSENIC AND OLD LACE (1944), BODYGUARD (1948), etc. Toured with her sisters in the Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians Dance Band.
9 Lane, Priscilla (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings (including obituaries), a 1927 copy of the sheet music for "Gorgeous" ("Featured by THE LANE SISTERS" - Words and music by Benny Davis and Harry Akst), a 1937 (8 x 10 - inch) black and white production photograph and a copy of the sheet music for "Bei Mir Bist Du Schon" ("Featured in the Warner Brothers Production of LOVE, HONOR AND BEHAVE starring PRISCILLA LANE, Wayne Morris, Dick Foran, etc. - English version by Sammy Cahn and Saul Chaplin - Original lyrics by Jacob Jacobs and music by Sholom Secunda), an 8 x 10 inch (black and white) publicity photograph for the film, FOUR DAUGHTERS (1938 - pictured with John Garfield), a (1938) 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) publicity photograph of PRISCILLA LANE (from the Warner Brothers production of COWBOY FROM BRROKLYN), two 8 x 10 inch (black and white) publicity photograph for the film DAUGHTERS COURAGEOUS (1939 - pictured with John Garfield, Claude Rains, Donald Crisp, Fay Bainter, Rosemary Lane, Lola Lane and Gale Page), an 8 x 10 inch (black and white) publicity photograph for the film, DUST BE MY DESTINY (1939 - pictured with Henry Armetta, John Garfield and Alan Hale), a 1940 copy of the sheet music for "Moonlight and Tears" (from the 1941 Warner Brothers production of FOUR MOTHERS starring PRISCILLA LANE, Rosemary Lane, Lola Lane, Gale Page, Claude Rains, etc. - Lyrics by Jack Scholl and music by Heinz Roemheld), an 8 x 10 inch (sepia-toned) publicity photograph for the film, ARSENIC AND OLD LACE (1944 - pictured with Peter Lorre, Raymond Massey, Josephine Hull, Cary Grant and Jean Adair) and a 2008 Warner Brothers DVD release of the 1937 Warner Brothers film production of VARSITY SHOW starring Dick Powell, Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians, Ted Healy, Priscilla Lane, Rosemary Lane, Walter Catlett, Johnny Davis and Buck and Bubbles.
9 Lederer, Francis - Inscribed ("Dear Jim, I am amazed that at your age you have seen these old movies of mine, and I am most grateful for your interest") signed 8 x 10 inch publicity photograph (Received through the mail - April 3, 1974) - Czech - born leading man in the United States since 1933. He was a matinee idol in German, French and British films (as "Franz Lederer) before coming to the U.S. Films include: PANDORA'S BOX (1929), TITANIC (1929), THE GREAT DESIRE (1930), MAN OF TWO WORLDS (1934), MIDNIGHT (1939), CONFESSIONS OF A NAZI SPY (1939), THE BRIDGE OF SAN LUIS REY (1944), THE DIARY OF A CHAMBERMAID (1946), CAPTAIN CAREY, U.S.A. (1950), STOLEN IDENTITY (1953), LISBON (1956), THE RETURN OF DRACULA (1958), etc. Founder of the American National Theatre and Academy. Was married to actress, Margo.
9 Lederer, Francis (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings including a theatrical program for the play, AUTUMN CROCUS (1933) at the Morosco Theatre (NYC - Lederer and Dorothy Gish pictured on cover), various (1934) publicity and production photographs featuring FRANCIS LEDERER (from the Paramount Pictures presentation of THE PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS starring FRANCIS LEDERER, and Joan Bennett), etc.
9 Le Roy,Hal - Inscribed ("To Jim Liversidge - My sincere good wishes to you") signed 5 x 8 inch note page (Received through the mail - June 5, 1974) - Juvenile dancing star from Broadway and vaudeville - most famous as Hollywood's HAROLD TEEN (1934). Other films include: FOLLOW THE LEADER (1931), WONDER BAR (1934), MAIN STREET FOLLIES (1935), SWING FOR SALE (1937), THE PRISONER OF SWING (1938), PUBLIC JITTERBUG No.1 (1939), TOO MANY GIRLS (1940), etc. Many television appearances.
9 Le Roy,Hal (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous biographical information and the envelope (addressed in Hal LeRoy's hand) in which the signed note page was sent.
9 Leslie, Joan - Inscribed ("To Jim") signed 8 x 10 inch (black and white) production photograph from the film, YANKEE DOODLE DANDY (1942) - pictured with James Cagney and George Tobias - (Received through the mail - October, 2001) - American leading lady (from vaudeville) of the 1940s. Films include: CAMILLE (1936), LOVE AFFAIR (1939), STAR DUST (1940), HIGH SIERRA (1941), THE WAGONS ROLL AT NIGHT (1941), SERGEANT YORK (1941), YANKEE DOODLE DANDY (1942), THE HARD WAY (1943), THE SKY'S THE LIMIT (1943), THIS IS THE ARMY (1943), THANK YOUR LUCKY STARS (1943), HOLLYWOOD CANTEEN (1944), RHAPSODY IN BLUE (1945), CINDERELLA JONES (1946), BORN TO BE BAD (1950), JUBILEE TRAIL (1954), etc. Many television appearances.
9 Leslie, Joan (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous biographical information including a (1941) publicity photograph of JOAN LESLIE ("JOAN LESLIE, Warner Bros. starlet soon to be seen in HIGH SIERRA."), sheet music from the film, THE SKY'S THE LIMIT (1943 - MY SHINING HOUR), two pieces of sheet music from the film, THANK YOUR LUCKY STARS (1944 - HOW SWEET YOU ARE and THEY'RE EITHER TOO YOUNG OR TOO OLD). sheet music from the film, HOLLYWOOD CANTEEN (1945 - DON'T FENCE ME IN ), four (1945) 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) production photographs featuring JOAN LESLIE and Tom Patricola (From the Warner Brothers production of RHAPSODY IN BLUE), a 6 page program/herald (distributed in theatre lobbies) for the 1942 Warner Brothers production of YANKEE DOODLE DANDY including promotions for upcoming films to be shown at the Greenwich Theatre in Greenwich, CT (THE STORY OF LOUIS PASTEUR starring Paul Muni, CHINA GIRL starring Gene Tierney, LIFE BEGINS AT 8:30 starring Monty Woolley and THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER starring Monty Woolley), sheet music from the film THIS IS THE ARMY (1943 - I'M GETTING TIRED SO I CAN SLEEP), a 4 page theatrical program (distributed to ticket holders at the Warner Brothers Hollywood Theatre in NYC), etc. See, also, "YANKEE DOODLE DANDY" - SCRIPT by Robert Buckner - edited with an introduction by Patrick McGilligan (1981 publication included in THE JIM LIVERSIDGE COLLECTION book holdings).
9 Lloyd, Norman #1 - Inscribed ("All good wishes to Jim") signed 8 x 10 inch (black and white) publicity photograph (Received through the mail - August, 2001) - American stage and film character actor, producer and director- most famous for his fall from the Statue of Liberty in the Alfred Hitchcock film, SABOTEUR (1942). Other films include: THE SOUTHERNER (1945), SPELLBOUND (1945), A WALK IN THE SUN (1945), THE GREEN YEARS (1946), SCENE OF THE CRIME (1949), M (1951), HE RAN ALL THE WAY (1951), LIMELIGHT (1952), AUDREY ROSE (1977), THE NUDE BOMB (1980), DEAD POETS SOCIETY (1989), IN HER SHOES (2005), etc. Many television appearances including a regular role on ST. ELSEWHERE (1982 - 88).
9 Lloyd, Norman #2 - Signed 3 x 5 inch index card (no date) - American stage and film character actor, producer and director- most famous for his fall from the Statue of Liberty in the Alfred Hitchcock film, SABOTEUR (1942). Other films include: THE SOUTHERNER (1945), SPELLBOUND (1945), A WALK IN THE SUN (1945), THE GREEN YEARS (1946), SCENE OF THE CRIME (1949), M (1951), HE RAN ALL THE WAY (1951), LIMELIGHT (1952), AUDREY ROSE (1977), THE NUDE BOMB (1980), DEAD POETS SOCIETY (1989), IN HER SHOES (2005), etc. Many television appearances including a regular role on ST. ELSEWHERE (1982 - 88).
9 Lloyd, Norman (Biographical information) - Miscellaneous biographical information including a 1-page press release for the 1942 film, SABOTEUR.
10 MacArthur, James #1 - Signed 8 x 10 inch (black and white) production photograph from the film, SPENCER'S MOUNTAIN (1963) - pictured with Mimsy Farmer, Henry Fonda and Maureen O'Hara (Received through the mail - October, 2001) - Most famous as "Danny "Danno" Williams" on the television series, HAWAII FIVE - O (1968 - 79). Films include: THE YOUNG STRANGER (1957), THE LIGHT IN THE FOREST (1958), THIRD MAN ON THE MOUNTAIN (1959), SWISS FAMILY ROBINSON (1960), THE INTERNS (1962), SPENCER'S MOUNTAIN (1963), CRY OF BATTLE (1963 - the film showing at the Texas Theatre in Dallas when Lee Harvey Oswald was arrested on November 22, 1963), BATTLE OF THE BULGE (1965), HANG 'Em High (1968), etc. Many television appearances. Son of actress, Helen Hayes and playwright Charles MacArthur.
10 MacArthur, James #2 - Signed 4-page "Special Preview Program" for the film THE LIGHT IN THE FOREST (1959) - pictured on the first page with Carol Lynley (Received through the mail - October, 2001) - Most famous as "Danny "Danno" Williams" on the television series, HAWAII FIVE - O (1968 - 79). Films include: THE YOUNG STRANGER (1957), THE LIGHT IN THE FOREST (1958), THIRD MAN ON THE MOUNTAIN (1959), SWISS FAMILY ROBINSON (1960), THE INTERNS (1962), SPENCER'S MOUNTAIN (1963), CRY OF BATTLE (1963 - the film showing at the Texas Theatre in Dallas when Lee Harvey Oswald was arrested on November 22, 1963), BATTLE OF THE BULGE (1965), HANG 'Em High (1968), etc. Many television appearances. Son of actress, Helen Hayes and playwright Charles MacArthur.
10 MacArthur, James #3 - Signed 3 x 5 inch index card (Received through the mail - October, 2001) - Most famous as "Danny "Danno" Williams" on the television series, HAWAII FIVE - O (1968 - 79). Films include: THE YOUNG STRANGER (1957), THE LIGHT IN THE FOREST (1958), THIRD MAN ON THE MOUNTAIN (1959), SWISS FAMILY ROBINSON (1960), THE INTERNS (1962), SPENCER'S MOUNTAIN (1963), CRY OF BATTLE (1963 - the film showing at the Texas Theatre in Dallas when Lee Harvey Oswald was arrested on November 22, 1963), BATTLE OF THE BULGE (1965), HANG 'Em High (1968), etc. Many television appearances. Son of actress, Helen Hayes and playwright Charles MacArthur.
10 MacArthur, James (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous biographical information (including obituaries), a 4 page "Special Preview" program for the 1958 film, THE LIGHT IN THE FOREST and an 11 page press release for the 1958 film, THE LIGHT IN THE FOREST.
10 McAvoy, May - Inscribed ("To Bill L., Best Wishes") signed 3 x 5 inch index card (No date) - American silent film star - Most famous as Al Jolson's leading lady in the "first full-length talkie," THE JAZZ SINGER (1927). Other films include: HATE (1917), TO HELL WITH THE KAISER! (1918), MRS. WIGGS OF THE CABBAGE PATCH (1919), MORALS (1921), HER REPUTATION (1923), BEN-HUR: A TALE OF THE CHRIST (1925), MY OLD DUTCH (1926), STOLEN KISSES (1929), RANSOM (1956), DESIGNING WOMAN (1957), etc.
10 McAvoy, May (Biographical Information ) - Miscellaneous biographical information.
10 McClory, Sean - Inscribed ("To Jim - God Bless") signed 8 x 10 inch (black and white) publicity photograph including a hand-written note under the envelope flap ("Thanks for being my fan.") - Received through the mail - October 2001 - Irish character actor (sometimes listed as "Sean McGlory") in American Films - most notably as "Owen Glynn" in THE QUIET MAN (1952). Other films include: DICK TRACY MEETS GRUESOME (1947), THE DAUGHTER OF ROSIE O' GRADY (1950), THE GLASS MENAGERIE (1950), THE DESERT FOX (1951), WHAT PRICE GLORY (1952), NIAGARA (1953), ISLAND IN THE SKY (1953), THEM! (1954), THE LONG GRAY LINE (1955), MARY POPPINS (1964), FOLLOW ME BOYS (1966), BANDOLERO (1968), ROLLER BOOGIE (1979), THE DEAD (1987), etc. Many television appearances. Was a member of Dublin's Abbey Players when discovered by film director, John Ford.
10 McClory, Sean (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous biographical information.
10 McCrea, Joel - Inscribed ("To Jim Liversidge, Best Wishes") signed 3.5 x 5.5 (FROM THE DESK OF JOEL McCREA) note page (Received through the mail - January 7, 1974) - American leading man - most famous for Western films. Films include: THE JAZZ AGE (1929), THE LOST SQUADRON (1932), OUR LITLE GIRL (1935), BARBARY COAST (1935), THESE THREE (1936), COME AND GET IT (1936), DEAD END (1937), UNIOIN PACIFIC (1939), FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT (1940), SULLIVAN'S TRAVELS (1941), THE PALM BEACH STORY (1942), BUFFALO BILL (1944), THE OUTRIDERS (1950), STARS IN MY CROWN (1950), WICHITA (1955), THE TALL STRANGER (1957), RIDE THE HIGH COUNTRY (1962), MUSTANG COUNTRY (1976), etc. Appeared in his own television series, WICHITA TOWN (1959 - 60). Married actress, Frances Dee and was the father of actor, Jody McCrea (BEACH PARTY , etc.).
10 McCrea, Joel (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings, a 1984 - 8 x10 inch (black and white) 20th Century Fox VHS video release publicity photograph for the RKO Radio Pictures production of BIRD OF PARADISE (1932- pictured with Dolores Del Rio), a 1939 "World Premiere" program card for the SAMUEL GOLDWYN production of THEY SHALL HAVE MUSIC (starring Jascha Heifetz, Andrea Leeds, JOEL McCREA, etc. at the Rivoli Theatre in NYC), various 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) production photographs featuring JOEL McCREA (from HALF A SINNER - with Sally Blane - 1934 and BUFFALO BILL - 1944) and the envelope (JOEL McCREA stationary - addressed in Joel McCrea's hand) in which the signed note was sent.
10 McGuire, Dorothy - Signed 3 x 5 inch index card (No date) - American leading lady of stage and film. Films include: CLAUDIA (1943), THE ENCHANTED COTTAGE (1945), A TREE GROWS IN BROOKLYN (1945), THE SPIRAL STAIRCASE (1945), TILL THE END OF TIME (1946), GENTLEMAN'S AGREEMENT (1947), MISTER 880 (1950), THREE COINS IN THE FOUNTAIN (1954), FRIENDLY PERSUASION (1956), OLD YELLER (1957), A SUMMER PLACE (1959), THE DARK AT THE TOP OF THE STAIRS (1960), SWISS FAMILY ROBINSON (1960), SUSAN SLADE (1961), SUMMER MAGIC (1963), THE GREATEST STORY EVER TOLD (1965), etc. Many television appearances.
10 McGuire, Dorothy (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous biographical information including a 4-page "Premiere" program (Grauman's Chinese Theatre - March 1, 1945) for the 1945 film, A TREE GROWS IN BROOKLYN, various 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) publicity and production photographs featuring DOROTHY McGUIRE (from the 20th Century-Fox production of GENTLEMEN'S AGREEMENT - 1947, from the MGM /William Wyler production of FRIENDLY PERSUASION - 1956 and from the 1937 - 38 Broadway production of OUR TOWN), etc.
10 McHugh, Frank #1 - Inscribed ("To Jim Liversidge, Best Wishes") signed 8 x 10 inch (black and white) publicity photograph (Received through the mail - July 6, 1974) - American character actor in films of the 1930s and 1940s. Films include: THE DAWN PATROL (1930), THE FRONT PAGE (1931), THE CROWN ROARS (1932), MYSTERY OF THE WAX MUSEUM (1933), ELMER THE GREAT (1933), FOOTLIGHT PARADE (1933), FASHIONS OF 1934 (1934), GOLD DIGGERS of 1935 (1935), A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (1935), THREE MEN ON A HORSE (1936), FOUR DAUGHTERS (1938), DODGE CITY (1939), DUST BE MY DESTINY (1939), THE ROARING TWENTIES (1939), THE FIGHTING 69TH (1940), CITY FOR CONQUEST (1940), BACK STREET (1941), GOING MY WAY (1944), A MEDAL FOR BENNY (1945), STATE FAIR (1945), CARNEGIE HALL (1947), MIGHTY JOE YOUNG (1949), MY SON JOHN (1952), A LION IS IN THE STREETS (1953), THERE'S NO BUSINESS LIKE SHOW BUSINESS (1954), THE LAST HURRAH (1958), SAY ONE FOR ME (1959), EASY COME, EASY GO (1967), etc. Many television appearances including a regular role on THE BING CROSBY SHOW (1964 - 65).
10 McHugh Frank #2 - Signed 8 x 10 inch (black and white) publicity photograph for the 1935 Warner Brothers production of THE IRISH IN US (Date of signature unknown) - American character actor in films of the 1930s and 1940s. Films include: THE DAWN PATROL (1930), THE FRONT PAGE (1931), THE CROWN ROARS (1932), MYSTERY OF THE WAX MUSEUM (1933), ELMER THE GREAT (1933), FOOTLIGHT PARADE (1933), FASHIONS OF 1934 (1934), GOLD DIGGERS of 1935 (1935), A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (1935), THREE MEN ON A HORSE (1936), FOUR DAUGHTERS (1938), DODGE CITY (1939), DUST BE MY DESTINY (1939), THE ROARING TWENTIES (1939), THE FIGHTING 69TH (1940), CITY FOR CONQUEST (1940), BACK STREET (1941), GOING MY WAY (1944), A MEDAL FOR BENNY (1945), STATE FAIR (1945), CARNEGIE HALL (1947), MIGHTY JOE YOUNG (1949), MY SON JOHN (1952), A LION IS IN THE STREETS (1953), THERE'S NO BUSINESS LIKE SHOW BUSINESS (1954), THE LAST HURRAH (1958), SAY ONE FOR ME (1959), EASY COME, EASY GO (1967), etc. Many television appearances including a regular role on THE BING CROSBY SHOW (1964 - 65).
10 McHugh, Frank (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings a (c. 1935) 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) publicity photo of FRANK McHUGH (laughing) and an 8 x 10 inch (black and white) production photograph from the film, THE ROARING 20s (1939 - pictured with James Cagney and Humphrey Bogart).
10 MacKenzie, Joyce - Inscribed ("To Dorothy, Hello") signed 4 x 5 inch album page (Signed in person following the "City Premiere" of the 20th Century Fox film, LET'S MAKE IT LEGAL at the Palace Theatre in Lawrence, Massachusetts - 1951. MacKenzie was not in the film, but was sent by the studio to appear, in person, with MacDonald Carey and Robert Wagner to promote the film). She was the 16th actress to play "Jane" in films (TARZAN AND THE SHE DEVIL - 1952). Other films include: TOMORROW IS FOREVER (1946), THE KID FROM BROOKLYN (1946), A TICKET TO TOMAHAWK (1950), BROKEN ARROW (1950), ON THE RIVIERA (1951), O.HENRY'S FULL HOUSE (1952), THE FRENCH LINE (1953), etc. Many television appearances.
10 Mackenzie, Joyce (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous biographical information including a 20 page program (distributed at the Translux Theatre in NYC) for the 1952 film, O' HENRY'S FULL HOUSE.
10 McLaglen, Victor - Inscribed ("To Donald - Sincerely") 5 x 7 inch (sepia -toned) publicity photograph (c. 1939) - Oscar winning character actor (Best Actor - 1935 for THE INFORMER) - Most famous for his work with film director, John Ford. Other films include: THE CALL OF THE ROAD (1920), THE BELOVED BRUTE (1924), BEAU GESTE (1926), WHAT PRICE GLORY (1926), THE BLACK WATCH (1929), WHILE PARIS SLEEPS (1933), THE LOST PATROL (1934), MURDER AT THE VANITIES (1934), UNDER TWO FLAGS (1936), WEE WILLIE WINKIE (1937), GUNGA DIN (1939), CALL OUT THE MARINES (1942), FORT APACHE (1948), SHE WORE A YELLOW RIBBON (1949), RIO GRANDE (1950), THE QUIET MAN (1952), PRINCE VALIANT (1954), AROUND THE WORLD IN EIGHTY DAYS (!956), THE ABDUCTORS (1957), etc. Many television appearances.
10 McLaglen, Victor (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous biographical information.
10 MacLaine, Shirley - Inscribed ("Love and light to Jim ") signed 8 x 10 inch publicity photograph (Received through the mail - November 28, 2001) - American theatre, film and television leading lady. Oscar winner for TERMS OF ENDEARMENT (BEST ACTRESS - 1983). Other films include: THE TROUBLE WITH HARRY (1955), ARTISTS AND MODELS (1955), AROUND THE WORLD IN EIGHTY DAYS (1956), SOME CAME RUNNING (1958), CAN -CAN (1960), THE APARTMENT (1960), OCEAN'S ELEVEN (1960), THE CHILDREN'S HOUR (1961), TWO FOR THE SEESAW (1962), IRMA la DOUCE (1963), SWEET CHARITY (1969), THE TRUNING POINT (1977), BEING THERE (1979), STEEL MAGNOLIAS (1989), POSTCARDS FROM THE EDGE (1990), IN HER SHOES (2005), VALENTINE'S DAY (2010), etc. Many television appearances including musical specials and her own series, SHIRLEY'S WORLD (1971 - 72). Sister of actor, Warren Beatty.
10 MacLaine, Shirley (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings, a 1963 (8 x 10 - inch) color production photograph of SHIRLEY MacLAINE (in the Samuel Goldwyn release IRMA LA DOUCE), a UNIVERSAL PICTURES press release (production information) for the 1966 film GAMBIT, a 32 page "Production Information Guide" (Presskit) for the 1964 film, WHAT A WAY TO GO!, a 1 page herald for the 1969 film, TWO MULES FOR SISTER SARA, a 48-page souvenir program for the 1969 film, SWEET CHARITY, a ticket -purchase handbill promoting her one-woman dance show at the Opera House at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC (May 17 -21, 1977), a Playbill program for SHIRLEY MacLAINE ON BROADWAY (April, 1984), miscellaneous sheet music from various SHIRLEY MacLAINE films (CAN-CAN, THE APARTMENT, SWEET CHARITY, etc.), a book jacket for MY LUCKY STARS: A HOLLYWOOD MEMOIR by Shirley MacLaine (1994 autobiography included in THE JIM LIVERSIDGE COLLECTION book holdings), etc.
10 MacMurray, Fred - Inscribed ("To Jim, Best wishes always!") signed 8 x 10 inch (black and white) publicity photograph (Received through the mail - January 17, 1974) - American stage, film and television leading man. Films include: GIRLS GONE WILD (1929), ALICE ADAMS (1935), HANDS ACROSS THE TABLE (1935), THE TRAIL OF THE LONESOME PINE (1936), THE TEXAS RANGERS (1936), LITTLE OLD NEW YORK (1940), ABOVE SUSPICION (1943), DOUBLE ENDEMNITY (1944), CAPTAIN EDDIE (1945 - as "Eddie Rickenbacker"), THE EGG AND I (1947), THE CAINE MUTINY (1954), WOMAN'S WORLD (1954), THE SHAGGY DOG (1959), THE APARTMENT (1960), THE ABSENT MINDED PROFESSOR (1961), BON VOYAGE (1962), SON OF FLUBBER (1963), KISSES FOR MY PRESIDENT (1964), FOLLOW ME, BOYS ! (1966), THE HAPPIEST MILLIONAIRE (1967), THE SWARM (1978), etc. Many television appearances including his own series, MY THREE SONS (1960 -72). Was married to actress, June Haver.
10 MacMurray, Fred (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings (including obituaries), sheet music for the film, SWING HIGH, SWING LOW (1937 - TITLE SONG), a 1-page MGM press release for the 1951 film, CALLAWAY WENT THATAWAY, a 1961 Dell Comic book tie -in for Walt Disney's THE ABSENT-MINDED PROFESSOR, a 34 page souvenir program for the 1967 film, THE HAPPIEST MILLIONAIRE. miscellaneous sheet music from various FRED MACMURRAY films (THE TRAIL OF THE LONESOME PINE, THE FOREST RANGERS, CHAMPAGNE WALTZ, COCOANUT GROVE, WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?, AND THE ANGELS SING, etc.), a 3 x 5 inch color postcard featuring the cast of television series, MY THREE SONS, various 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) Paramount Pictures publicity and production photographs featuring FRED MACMURRAY (from THE BRIDE COMES HOME - 1935, THE GILDED LILY, HANDS ACROSS THE TABLE, MEN WITHOUT NAMES - 1935, CHAMPAGNE WALTZ - 1937, EXCLUSIVE - 1937, MEN WITH WINGS - 1938, CAFE SOCIETY - 1939, VIRGINIA - aka THE SOUTHERNER - 1941, etc.
10 Malden, Karl - Inscribed ("To Jim - My best!") signed 8 x 10 inch (black and white) publicity photograph (Received through the mail - October 15, 2001) - Oscar winning actor (Best Supporting Actor - A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE - 1951). Other films include: THEY KNEW WHAT THEY WANTED (1940), KISS OF DEATH (1947), THE GUNFIGHTER (1950), I CONFESS (1953), ON THE WATERFRONT (1954), BABY DOLL (1956), FEAR STRIKES OUT (1957), THE HANGING TREE (1959), POLLYANNA (1960), THE GREAT IMPOSTER (1961), ONE-EYED JACKS (1961), PARRISH (1961), ALL FALL DOWN (1962), BIRDMAN OF ALCATRAZ (1962), HOW THE WEST WAS WON (1962), GYPSY (1962), THE CINCINNATI KID (1965), PATTON (1970), NUTS (1987), etc. Many stage (Member of the Group Theatre) and television appearances including his own series, THE STREETS OF SAN FRANCISCO (1972 - 77).
10 Malden, Karl (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings (including obituaries), miscellaneous sheet music from the Warner Brothers production of GYPSY (1962 - TOGETHER WHEREVER WE GO, SMALL WORLD, etc. - Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and music by Jule Styne), a (1968) 4-page pressbook for the Paramount Pictures production of BLUE (directed by Silvio Narizzano and starring Terence Stamp, Joanna Pettet, KARL MALDEN, Ricardo Montalban, etc.), a book jacket for WHEN DO I START? - A MEMOIR by Karl Malden with Carla Malden (1997 autobiography included in THE JIM LIVERSIDGE COLLECTION book holdings), etc.
10 Manners, David - Inscribed ("Best wishes to you, Jim - Your letter dated August 4, 1973, just arrived!!") signed 3.5 x 6 inch note page (Received through the mail - January 9, 1974) - Canadian leading man in Hollywood from the 1930s - most famous for his roles in the early Universal horror films including DRACULA (1931), THE MUMMY (1932) and THE BLACK CAT (1934). Other films include: JOURNEY'S END (1930), KISMET (1930), THE MILLIONAIRE (1931), CROONER (1932), A BILL OF DIVORCEMENT (1932), TORCH SINGER (1933), THE MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD (1935), HEARTS IN BONDAGE (1936), A WOMAN REBELS (1936), etc.
10 Manners, David (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings (including obituaries) and the envelope (DAVID MANNERS stationary) in which the signed item was sent.
10 Maren, Jerry - Signed (in gold ink) 8 x 10 inch (color) production photograph ("The Lollipop Guild") from the 1939 film, THE WIZARD OF OZ (No date for signature). Also famous as "Buster Brown" and "Mayor McCheese" on television and radio commercials. Other films include: "TINY TROUBLES (1939), THE MARX BROTHERS AT THE CIRCUS (1939), MAISIE WAS A LADY (1941), TRUE TO THE ARMY (1942), BEYOND THE BLUE HORIZON (1942), SHOW BUSINESS (1944), THE GREAT JOHN L.(1945), DUFFY'S TAVERN (1945), THREE WISE FOOLS (1946), WHEN NY BABY SMILES AT ME (1948), SAMSON AND DELILAH (1949), SUPERMAN AND THE MOLE MEN (1951), PLANET OF THE APES (1968), UNDER THE RAINBOW (1981), TRON (1982), SPACEBALLS (1987), etc. Many television appearances.
10 Maren, Jerry (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous biographical information. See, also, THE MUNCHKINS REMEMBER: THE WIZARD OF OZ AND BEYOND by Stephen Cox (1989 chronicle of the making of THE WIZARD OF OZ from the perspective of the "Munchkin" actors included in THE JIM LIVERSIDGE COLLECTION book holdings).
10 Martin, Tony - Inscribed ("Jim, Best wishes") signed "International World Premiere" program for the film, HALLS OF MONTEZUMA (January 4, 1950) at Grauman's Chinese Theatre (Tony Martin and George Jessel were emcee's for the event) - Signed program received through the mail - August 2001. American nightclub, radio, recording, television and film star. Films include: FOOLISH HEARTS (1935), FOLLOW THE FLEET (1936), POOR LITTLE RICH GIRL (1936), SING, BABY SING (1936), PIGSKIN PARADE (1936), ALI BABA GOES TO TOWN (1937), MUSIC IN MY HEART (1940), ZIEGFELD GIRL (1941), TEH BIG STORE (1941), TILL THE CLOUDS ROLL BY (1946), CASBAH (1948), TWO TICKETS TO BRODWAY (1951 in which he sang his biggest hit recording, THERE'S NO TOMORROW), HERE COME THE GIRLS (1953), EASY TO LOVE (1953), DEEP IN MY HEART (1954), HIT THE DECK (1955), etc. Many television appearances. Was married to Alice Faye and Cyd Charisse.
10 Martin, Tony (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings, miscellaneous sheet music from various TONY MARTIN films (THANKS FOR EVERYTHING, CASBAH, TWO TICKETS TO BROADWAY, etc.), a 1950 copy of the sheet music for "I Said My Pajamas and Put on My Pray'rs" ("Vocal by TONY MARTIN and Fran Warren" - Words and music by Eddie Pola and George Wyle), three newspaper advertisements (and ticket stub) for his concert appearance (with comic, Pat Cooper) at the Curtis Peterson Auditorium in Lecanto, Florida (January 13, 1996), various 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) publicity and production photographs featuring TONY MARTIN (from YOU CAN'T HAVE EVERYTHING - 1937 and TWO TICKETS TO BROADWAY - 1951), etc.
10 Matheson, Tim - Inscribed ("Love") signed 3 x 5 inch ("Movies") index card (No date). American child actor and leading man - Most famous as "Otter" in the film, NATIONAL LAMPOON'S ANIMAL HOUSE (1978) and as the television animated voice of JOHNNY QUEST (1964 - 65). Other films include: DIVORCE AMERICAN STYLE (1967), YOURS, MINE and OURS (1968), HOW TO COMMIT MARRIAGE (1969), ALMOST SUMMER (1978), DREAMER (1979), THE APPLE DUMPLING GANG RIDES AGAIN (1979), TO BE OR NOT TO BE (1983), UP THE CREEK (1984), FLETCH (1985), DROP DEAD FRED (1991), A VERY BRADY SEQUEL (1996), THE STORY OF US (1999), VAN WILDER (2002), etc. Many television appearances
10 Matheson, Tim (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous biographical information.
10 Mayo, Virginia - Signed 3 x 5 inch index card (No date) - American leading lady - popular in film musicals of the 1950s. Films include: JACK LONDON (1943), UP IN ARMS (1944), SEVEN DAYS ASHORE (1944), THE PRINCESS AND THE PIRATE (1944), WONDER MAN (1945), THE KID FROM BROOKLYN (1946), THE BEST YEARS OF OUR LIVES (1946), THE SECRET LIFE OF WALTER MITTY (1947), A SONG IS BORN (1948), THE GIRL FROM JONES BEACH (1949), WHITE HEAT (1949), ALWAYS LEAVE THEM LAUGHING (1949), THE WEST POINT STORY (1950), CAPTAIN HORATIO HORNBLOWER (1951), SHE'S WORKING HER WAY THROUGH COLLEGE (1952), SHE'S BACK ON BROADWAY (1953), THE SILVER CHALICE (1954), THE PROUD ONES (1956), THE STORY OF MANKIND (1957), FORT DOBBS (1958), WON TON TON: THE DOG WHO SAVED HOLLYWOOD (1976), THE MAN NEXT DOOR (1997), etc. Many television appearances. Was married to actor, Michael O' Shea.
10 Mayo, Virginia (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings (including obituaries), a magazine advertisement (1951) for Chesterfield Cigarettes featuring Virginia Mayo promoting the film, CAPTAIN HORATIO HORNBLOWER, miscellaneous sheet music from various VIRGINIA MAYO films (THE PROUD ONES, JET OVER THE ATLANTIC, etc. ), various 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) publicity and production photographs featuring VIRGINIA MAYO (from the Warner Brothers productions ALWAYS LEAVE THEM LAUGHING - 1949 and SHE'S BACK ON BROADWAY with Gene Nelson - 1953), etc.
10 Merrill, Gary - Inscribed ("Best to Jim ") signed 3 x 5 inch (blue) index card (Received through the mail - October 2, 1974) - American radio, stage, film and television leading man. Films include: THIS IS THE ARMY (1943), WINGED VICTORY (1944), TWELVE O' CLOCK HIGH (1949), WHERE THE SIDEWALK ENDS (1950), ALL ABOUT EVE (1950), RAWHIDE (1951), DECISION BEFORE DAWN (1951), PHONE CALL FROM A STRANGER (1952), CRASH LANDING (1958), THE WONDERFUL COUNTRY (1959), THE GREAT IMPOSTER (1961), THE PLEASURE OF HIS COMPANY (1961), MYSTERIOUS ISLAND (1961), A GIRL NAMED TAMIKO (1962), THE SEARCHING EYE (1964), RIDE BEYOND VENGEANCE (1966), AROUND THE WORLD UNDER THE SEA(1966), CLAMBAKE (1967), THE INCIDENT (1967), HUCKLEBERRY FINN (1974), etc. Many television appearances including a co-starring role in his own series, YOUNG DOCTOR KILDARE (1972 - 73). Was married to actresses, Barbara Leeds and Bette Davis.
10 Merrill, Gary (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings (including obituaries), a paperback copy of BETTE, RITA AND THE REST OF MY LIFE by Gary Merrill (His 1988 autobiography) and the envelope (addressed in Gary Merrill's hand) in which the signed index card was sent. See, also, ALL ABOUT "ALL ABOUT EVE" by Sam Stass (2000 history of the making of "THE BITCHIEST FILM OF ALL TIME" included in THE JIM LIVERSIDGE COLLECTION book holdings.).
10 Miller, Ann #1 - Signed 5 x 7 inch (black and white) Disney/MGM Studios (Orlando, Florida) photograph card (distributed to the crowd in attendance at the park when Ann Miller placed her foot imprint and signature in cement outside THE GREAT MOVIE RIDE - Spring 1995). The card was sent to Ann Miller for a signature and was returned through the mail in August 2001. American tap dancing star on film, television and stage (MAME, SUGAR BABIES, etc.). Films include: STAGE DOOR (1937), NEW FACES OF 1937 (1937), YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU (1938), ROOM SERVICE (1938), TOO MANY GIRLS (1940), MELODY RANCH (1940), REVEILLE WITH BEVERLY (1943), CAROLINA BLUES (1944), EASTER PARADE (1948), ON THE TOWN (1949), SMALL TOWN GIRL (1953), KISS ME KATE (1953), DEEP IN MY HEART (1954), HIT THE DECK (1955), THAT'S ENTERTAINMENT (1974), MULHOLLAND DRIVE (2001), etc. Many television appearances.
10 Miller, Ann #2 - Signed 3 x 5 inch index card (No date). American tap dancing star on film, television and stage (MAME, SUGAR BABIES, etc.). Films include: STAGE DOOR (1937), NEW FACES OF 1937 (1937), YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU (1938), ROOM SERVICE (1938), TOO MANY GIRLS (1940), MELODY RANCH (1940), REVEILLE WITH BEVERLY (1943), CAROLINA BLUES (1944), EASTER PARADE (1948), ON THE TOWN (1949), SMALL TOWN GIRL (1953), KISS ME KATE (1953), DEEP IN MY HEART (1954), HIT THE DECK (1955), THAT'S ENTERTAINMENT (1974), MULHOLLAND DRIVE (2001), etc. Many television appearances.
10 Miller, Ann (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings (including obituaries), an issue of DANCE MAGAZINE (May, 1943) with Ann Miller on the cover (an image from the film WHAT'S BUZZIN' COUSIN?), an issue of DANCE SCREEN-STAGE (January, 1947) featuring an article on Ann Miller (HOLLYWOOD HOOFER - page 23 -25), sheet music from the film, EASTER PARADE (1948 - IT ONLY HAPPENS WHEN I DANCE WITH YOU), a 1952 copy of the sheet music for "I Won't Dance" (from the MGM production of LOVELY TO LOOK AT starring Kathryn Grayson, Red Skelton, Howard Keel, Marge and Gower Champion, ANN MILLER, etc. Lyrics by Otto A. Harbach and music by Jerome Kern), a theatrical program for a production of PANAMA HATTIE (May 26 thru June 27, 1976) at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey, a Playbill program for SUGAR BABIES (DECEMBER 1979) at the Mark Hellinger Theatre in NYC, two snapshots of Ann Miller (A question and answer event at the "Hollywood Bowl" amphitheatre) taken at the DISNEY/MGM Studios in Orlando (Spring 1995), various 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) publicity and production photographs featuring ANN MILLER (from TEXAS CARNIVAL - 1951, TWO TICKETS TO BROADWAY - 1951 and DEEP IN MY HEART - 1954), etc.
11 Mills, Hayley - Inscribed ("Love") signed 3 x 5 inch index card (No date). British child star in Disney films (Winner of a Juvenile Oscar for POLLYANNA - 1960) of the 1960s. Films include: TIGER BAY (1959), POLLYANNA (1960), THE PARENT TRAP (1961), WHISTLE DOWN THE WIND (1961), IN SEARCH OF THE CASTAWAYS (1962), SUMMER MAGIC (1963), TEH CHALK GARDEN (1964), THAT DARN CAT (1965), THE TROUBLE WITH ANGELS (1966), THE FAMILY WAY (1966), etc. Many television appearances. Daughter of actor, John Mills (RYAN'S DAUGHTER, etc.). Sister of actress, Juliet Mills (NANNY AND THE PROFESSOR, etc.)
11 Mills, Hayley (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous biographical information, two "Advance Performance" invitations and an official ticket folder sleeve for the 1960 film, POLLYANNA, a 48 page souvenir book (sold on newsstands) and a 24 page "Holiday Fun Book" (Look Magazine insert) for the 1965 film, THAT DARN CAT and an 8 x 10 inch (black and white) publicity photograph (emerging from a swimming pool).
11 Minnelli, Liza - Inscribed ("Love" with a "heart" doodle) signed 8 x 10 inch (black and white) publicity photograph (Received through the mail - December, 2003). Oscar winning (Best Actress - CABARET - 1972) American leading lady on stage and film. Other films include: IN THE GOOD OLD SUMMERTIME (1949), CHARLIE BUBBLES(1967), THE STERILE CUCKOO (1969), TELL ME THAT YOU LOVE ME, JUNIE MOON (1970), LUCKY LADY (1975), A MATTER OF TIME (1976), NEW YORK, NEW YORK (1977), ARTHUR (1981), STEPPING OUT (1991), SEX AND THE CITY 2 (2010), etc. Many television appearances including her Emmy Award winning musical special, LIZA WITH A Z (1972). Daughter of Judy Garland and film director, Vincente Minnelli. Sister of Lorna Luft. Was married to singer/song-writer, Peter Allen and producer, Jack Haley, Jr.
11 Minnelli, Liza (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings, a (1949) 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) publicity photograph featuring LIZA MINNELLI (in costume) for her film debut in MGM's production of IN THE GOOD OLD SUMMERTIME (starring Judy Garland and Van Johnson), three 8 x 10 inch (black and white) production photographs from the film, THE STERILE CUCKOO (1969), a single - page herald for the 1969 film, THE STERILE CUCKOO, a (1981) two-sided program for the Orion Pictures production of ARTHUR (Directed by Steve Gordon and starring Dudley Moore, Liza Minnelli, John Gielgud, etc.), a 6-page "25th Anniversary Screening" program (distributed at the Sony Theatres Lincoln Square in NYC - November 17, 1997) and a 1972 (32- page) "Souvenir Folio Containing Songs in the Motion Picture" (Lyrics by Fred Ebb and music by John Kander) for the 1972 film, CABARET, Four 8 x 10 inch (black and white) production photographs and miscellaneous sheet music ("But the World Goes 'Round," "There Goes the Ballgame," etc. - Words by Fred Ebb and music by John Kander)) from the film, NEW YORK, NEW YORK (1977), a concert program for LIZA MINNELLI: STEPPING OUT AT RADIO CITY (1991), a book jacket for LIZA: BORN A STAR by Wendy Leigh (1993 biography included in THE JIM LIVERSIDGE book holdings), the promotional box sleeve for the 2008 PREMIER COLLECTION DVD release of NEW YORK, NEW YORK, the envelope in which the signed photograph was sent, etc. See, also, the LIZA MINNELI scrapbook included in THE JIM LIVERSIDGE COLLECTION scrapbook holdings.
11 Moore, Colleen #1 - Typed letter signed (thank you for the autograph request) on EL RANCHITO (Colleen Moore's home), TEMPLETON, CALIFORNIA stationary (Received through the mail - January 10, 1974) - Silent film star. Films include: THE BAD BOY (1917), THE SAVAGE (1917), LITTLE ORPHANT ANNIE (1918), A ROMAN SCANDAL (1919), THE CYCLONE (1920), DINTY (1920), FORSAKING ALL OTHERS (1922), BROKEN HEARTS ON BROADWAY (1923), APRIL SHOWERS (1923), FLAMING YOUTH (1923), THE PERFECT FLAPPER (1924), SO BIG (1924), WE MODERNS (1925), IRENE (1926), ELLA CINDERS (1926), ORCHIDS AND ERMINE (1927), LILAC TIME (1928), OH KAY (1928), THE POWER AND THE GLORY (1933), THE SCARLET LETTER (1934), etc.
11 Moore, Colleen #2 - Signed 3 x 5 inch index card (Received through the mail - January 10, 1974) - Silent film star. Films include: THE BAD BOY (1917), THE SAVAGE (1917), LITTLE ORPHANT ANNIE (1918), A ROMAN SCANDAL (1919), THE CYCLONE (1920), DINTY (1920), FORSAKING ALL OTHERS (1922), BROKEN HEARTS ON BROADWAY (1923), APRIL SHOWERS (1923), FLAMING YOUTH (1923), THE PERFECT FLAPPER (1924), SO BIG (1924), WE MODERNS (1925), IRENE (1926), ELLA CINDERS (1926), ORCHIDS AND ERMINE (1927), LILAC TIME (1928), OH KAY (1928), THE POWER AND THE GLORY (1933), THE SCARLET LETTER (1934), etc.
11 Moore, Colleen (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings, 2 copies of the sheet music from the film, LILAC TIME (1928 - JEANNINE, I DREAM OF LILAC TIME), 2 copies of the sheet music from the film SMILING IRISH EYES (1929 - SMILING IRISH EYES), a copy of the sheet music from the film FOOTLIGHTS AND FOOLS (1929 - "I CAN'T HAVE YOU IF YOU CAN'T HAVE ME), two copies of the souvenir exhibition catalogue, COLLEEN MOORE'S DOLL HOUSE (1935 and 1945)- "An illustrated description of this marvelous miniature castle from the exhibition of which thousands of dollars are being raised for the relief of crippled children everywhere." - (Colleen Moore spent years building "the grandest doll house ever" as a hobby), a DVD copy of the film, THE SCARLET LETTER (1934), the envelope in which the signed letter and index card were sent, etc.
11 Moreno, Rita #1 - Inscribed ("For Jim - Best Wishes") signed 8 x 10 inch (black and white) publicity photograph (Received through the mail (March 14, 2002) - Oscar winning (Best Supporting Actress - WEST SIDE STORY - 1961) leading lady and dancer on stage, film and television. Other films include: THE TOAST OF NEW ORLEANS (1950), PAGAN LOVE SONG (1950), SINGIN' IN THE RAIN (1952), LATIN LOVERS (1953), GARDEN OF EVIL (1954), THE KING AND I (1956), THIS REBEL BREED (1960), SUMMER AND SMOKE (1961), CRY OF BATTLE (1963), THE NIGHT OF THE FOLLOWING DAY (1968), POPI (1969), CARNAL KNOWLEDGE (1971), THE RITZ (1976), THE FOUR SEASONS (1981), ANGUS (1995), SLUMS OF BEVERLY HILLS (1998), PINERO (2001), etc. Many television appearances including a regular role as "Sister Peter Marie Reimondo" in OZ (1997 - 2003).
11 Moreno, Rita #2 - Signed 3 x 5 inch index card (No date) - Oscar winning (Best Supporting Actress - WEST SIDE STORY - 1961) leading lady and dancer on stage, film and television. Other films include: THE TOAST OF NEW ORLEANS (1950), PAGAN LOVE SONG (1950), SINGIN' IN THE RAIN (1952), LATIN LOVERS (1953), GARDEN OF EVIL (1954), THE KING AND I (1956), THIS REBEL BREED (1960), SUMMER AND SMOKE (1961), CRY OF BATTLE (1963), THE NIGHT OF THE FOLLOWING DAY (1968), POPI (1969), CARNAL KNOWLEDGE (1971), THE RITZ (1976), THE FOUR SEASONS (1981), ANGUS (1995), SLUMS OF BEVERLY HILLS (1998), PINERO (2001), etc. Many television appearances including a regular role as "Sister Peter Marie Reimondo" in OZ (1997 - 2003).
11 Moreno, Rita (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings, a (1950) 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) publicity photograph of RITA MORENO (for the MGM production of THE TOAST OF NEW ORLEANS), a 1956 (34-page) copy of a "Vocal Selections" songbook from the 20th Century-Fox production of THE KING AND I (Starring Yul Brynner, Deborah Kerr, RITA MORENO, etc. - Words by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd and music by Richard Rodgers), two 42-page souvenir books (sold in theatre lobbies) for the 1961 film, WEST SIDE STORY, "Piano Selections from WEST SIDE STORY" sheet music, a magazine advertisement for the 1961 film, WEST SIDE STORY, etc.
11 Murphy, George - Inscribed ("To Jim Liversidge with my best wishes") signed on a 3 x 5 inch GEORGE MURPHY embossed note card (Received through the mail - March 7, 1973) - American song and dance man on stage, film and television and the Republican U.S. Senator from California (1965 - 71). Films include: KID MILLIONS (1934), BROADWAY MELODY OF 1938 (1937), YOU'RE A SWEETHEART (1937), LITTLE MISS BROADWAY (1938), BROADWAY MELODY OF 1940 (1940), LITTLE NELLIE KELLY (1940), FOR ME AND MY GIRL (1942), BATAAN (1943), THIS IS THE ARMY (1943), BROADWAY RHYTHM (1944), SHOW BUSINESS (1944), BIG CITY (1948), BATTLEGROUND (1949), IT'S A BIG COUNTRY (1951), WALK EAST ON BEACON (1952), etc. Many stage and television appearances.
11 Murphy, George (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings, a 1936 copy of the sheet music for "Where Are You?" (from the Universal Pictures production of TOP OF THE TOWN starring Doris Nolan, GEORGE MURPHY, Hugh Herbert, Gregory Ratoff, Gertrude Niesen, Ella Logan, Henry Armetta, etc. - Lyric by Harold Adamson and music by Jimmy McHugh), an 8-page Radio City Music Hall program (July 24, 1941) for the 1941 film, TOM, DICK AND HARRY, a 1942 copy of the sheet music for "Out of This World" (from the United Artists production of THE POWERS GIRL starring GEORGE MURPHY, Anne Shirley, Carole Landis, Dennis Day, Benny Goodman, etc. - Lyrics by Kim Gannon and music by Jule Styne), a 1943 copy of the sheet music for "With My Head in the Clouds" (From the Warner Brothers production of THIS IS THE ARMY starring "Men of the Armed Forces" with GEORGE MURPHY, Joan Leslie, Lt. Ronald Reagan, George Tobias, Alan Hale, Charles Butterworth, Kate Smith, Frances Langford, etc. - Words and Music by Irving Berlin), sheet music for the film, SHOW BUSINESS (1944 - IT HAD TO BE YOU), two campaign heralds from the 1964 California U.S. Senatorial election (Between Murphy and Pierre Salinger), various 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) publicity and production photographs featuring GEORGE MURPHY (from the 1944 RKO Radio Pictures production of SHOW BUSINESS, from the 1944 RKO Radio Pictures production of STEP LIVELY and the 1944 MGM production of BROADWAY RHYTHM) the envelope (addressed in George Murphy's hand) in which the signed note card was sent, etc. See, also, SAY...DIDN'T YOU USED TO BE GEORGE MURPHY? by George Murphy with Victor Lasky (1970 autobiography included in THE JIM LIVERSIDGE COLLECTION book holdings).
11 Nolan, Lloyd - Signed (in person) theatrical program page (Signed - as an audience member- following a performance of FLAHOOLEY at the Broadhurst Theatre in NYC - 1951). American character actor with stage experience. Films include: G-MEN (1935), THE TEXAS RANGERS (1936), EVERY DAY'S A HOLIDAY (1937), ST. LOUIS BLUES (1939), JOHNNY APOLLO (1940), MICHAEL SHAYNE, PRIVATE EYE (1940), BLUES IN THE NIGHT (1941), BATAAN (1943), GUADALCANAL DIARY (1943), A TREE GROWS IN BROOKLYN (1945), THE HOUSE ON 92nd STREET (1945), THE LEMON DROP KID (1951), ISLAND IN THE SKY (1953), A HATFUL OF RAIN (1957), PEYTON PLACE (1957), PORTRAIT IN BLACK (1960), SUSAN SLADE (1961), CIRCUS WORLD (1964), NEVER TOO LATE (1965), ICE STATION ZEBRA (1968), AIRPORT (1970), EARTHQUAKE (1974), HANNAH AND HER SISTERS (1986), etc. Many television appearances including his own series MARTIN KANE, PRIVATE EYE (1951-52) and a co-starring role on JULIA (1968 - 71).
11 Nolan, Lloyd (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous biographical information including a 1938(8 x 10 - inch) sepia - toned publicity photograph featuring LLOYD NOLAN ("SCREEN GANGSTER HOST - LLOYD NOLAN, featured in Paramount's CRIME GIVES ORDERS - aka HUNTED MEN - talks to Mrs. Jeremiah Milbank, wife of the noted New York financier on the set, while Adolph Zukor, head of Paramount, and Will H. Hays, film czar, stand by.").
11 Oakie, Jack - Inscribed ("It's all in fun!") signed 5 x 7 inch sepia toned publicity photograph (Received through the mail - August 30, 1072) - "The World's Oldest Freshman" - American vaudevillian and character actor most famous for his "triple take" and as "Napaloni - Dictator of Bacteria" in Charles Chaplin's THE GREAT DICTATOR (1940). Other films include: HIS CHILDREN'S CHILDREN (1923), ROAD HOUSE (1928), THE WILD PARTY (1929), HIT THE DECK (1930), JUNE MOON (1931), MILLION DOLLAR LEGS (1932), IF I HAD A MILLION (1932), COLLEGE HUMOR (1933), ALICE IN WONDERLAND (1933), MURDER AT THE VANITIES (1934), COLLEGE RHYTHM (1934), THE CALL OF THE WILD (1935), THE BIG BROADCAST OF 1936 (1935), KING OF BURLESQUE (1936), THE TEXAS RANGERS (1936), THE TOAST OF NEW YORK (1937), YOUNG PEOPLE (1940), TIN PAN ALLEY (1940), THE GREAT AMERICAN BROADCAST (1941), SONG OF THE ISLANDS (1942), ICELAND (1942), SOMETHING TO SHOUT ABOUT (1943), HELLO FRISCO, HELLO (1943), WINTERTIME (1943), WHEN MY BABY SMILES AT ME (1948), AROUND THE WORLD IN EIGHTY DAYS (1956), THE WONDERFUL COUNTRY (1959), THE RAT RACE (1960), LOVER COME BACK (1961), etc. Many television appearances.
11 Oakie, Jack (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings (including obituaries), various 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) publicity and production photographs featuring JACK OAKIE (from COLLEGE RHYTHM - 1934, THE BIG BROADCAST OF 1936 - 1935 and COLLEGIATE - 1936), sheet music for the film, PARAMOUNT ON PARADE (1930 - SWEEPIN' THE CLOUDS AWAY - Oakie is pictured standing behind the second "A" in "PARADE"), sheet music for the film, TOO MUCH HARMONY (1933 - THANKS), sheet music for the film, COLLEGIATE (1936 - I FEEL LIKE A FEATHER IN A BREEZE), a (December 31, 1936) 16-page RADIO CITY MUSIC HALL program for the RKO-Radio Pictures production of THAT GIRL FROM PARIS (starring Lily pons, Gene Raymond, JACK OAKIE, etc.), sheet music for the film, SOMETHING TO SHOUT ABOUT (1943 - YOU'D BE SO NICE TO COME HOME TO), sheet music for the film SWEET AND LOWDOWN (1944 - I'M MAKING BELIEVE), a 4- page (sepia-toned) German theatrical program for the 1940 film, THE GREAT DICTATOR a 2-page pressbook herald for the 1949 film, THIEVE'S HIGHWAY, miscellaneous sheet music from various JACK OAKIE films (THE TOAST OF NEW YORK, SITTING PRETTY, SWEETIE, COLLEGE RYTHM, CHAMPAGNE WALTZ, THAT GIRL FROM PARIS, COLLEGIATE, HIT THE DECK, etc.), the "From Jack Oakie" envelope (addressed in Jack Oakie's hand) in which the signed photograph was sent, etc. See, also, JACK OAKIE'S DOUBLE TAKES by Jack Oakie (1980 pictorial autobiography included in THE JIM LIVERSIDGE COLLECTION book holdings).
11 O'Connor, Donald - Inscribed ("To Michael, Sincerely") signed 8 x 10 inch (black and white) photograph (No date) - American song and dance man, from vaudeville family, popular in musical films of the 1940s and 1950s. Films include: MEN WITH WINGS (1938), SING YOU SINNERS (1938 - in which he introduced the song, SMALL FRY with Bing Crosby), MILLION DOLLAR LEGS (1939), BEAU GESTE (1939), ON YOUR TOES (1939), PRIVATE BUCKAROO (1942), WHEN JOHNNY COMES MARCHING HOME (1942), CHIP OFF THE OLD BLOCK (1944), THE MERRY MONAHANS (1944), FRANCIS (1950), SINGIN' IN THE RAIN (1952), CALL ME MADAM (1953), WALKING MY BABY BACK HOME (1953), THERE'S NO BUSINESS LIKE SHOW BUSINESS (1954), ANYTHING GOES (1956), THE BUSTER KEATON STORY (1957 - as "Buster Keaton"), THAT FUNNY FEELING (1965), RAGTIME (1981), OUT TO SEA (1997), etc. Many television appearances including THE COLGATE COMEDY HOUR (1951- 54) and THE DONALD O'CONNOR SHOW (1954 - 55).
11 O'Connor, Donald (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings (including obituaries), various 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) publicity and production photographs featuring DONALD O' CONNOR(from TOP MAN - 1943, THE MILKMAN - 1950 and DOUBLE CROSSBONES - 1951), a 4-page program for the 1953 film, I LOVE MELVIN, a theatrical program for THE DONALD O'CONNOR SHOW (featuring The Wellingtons and The Association) at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles (July 24 through July 30, 1967), a ticket order form and a theatrical program for MICKEY ROONEY AND DONALD O'CONNOR: AN ENCHANTING EVENING OF SONG AND DANCE at the J.EVERETT COLLINS CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS in Andover, Massachusetts (April 13, 1989), a theatrical program for A TRIBUTE TO DONALD O'CONNOR at Lincoln Center in NYC (May 21 and 22, 1997) and two 2005 CRITIC'S CHOICE VIDEO AND DVD catalogues featuring Donald O' Connor (from ANYTHING GOES - 1956) on the cover.
11 O'Driscoll, Martha #1 - Inscribed ("Best Wishes") signed 3 x 5 inch index card (No date) - American leading lady of the 1940s. Films include: MAD ABOUT MUSIC (1938), JUDGE HARDY AND SON (1939), FORTY LITTLE MOTHERS (1940), LI'L ABNER (1940), THE LADY EVE (1941), HENRY ALDRICH FOR PRESIDENT (1941), THE REMARKABLE ANDREW (1942), REAP THE WILD WIND (1942), YOUTH ON PARADE (1942), THE FALLEN SPARROW (1943), CRAZY HOUSE (1943), FOLLOW THE BOYS (1944), GHOST CATCHERS (1944), HERE COME THE CO-EDS (1945), HOUSE OF DRACULA (1945), CARNEGIE HALL (1947), etc. Married to Chicago industrialist, Arthur Appleton (Builder and benefactor of the Appleton Museum of Art in Ocala, Florida).
11 O'Driscoll, Martha #2 - Inscribed ("Best Wishes") signed 3 x 5 inch index card (No date) - American leading lady - most famous for her appearances in "B" movies of the 1940s. Films include: MAD ABOUT MUSIC (1938), JUDGE HARDY AND SON (1939), FORTY LITTLE MOTHERS (1940), LI'L ABNER (1940), THE LADY EVE (1941), HENRY ALDRICH FOR PRESIDENT (1941), THE REMARKABLE ANDREW (1942), REAP THE WILD WIND (1942), YOUTH ON PARADE (1942), THE FALLEN SPARROW (1943), CRAZY HOUSE (1943), FOLLOW THE BOYS (1944), GHOST CATCHERS (1944), HERE COME THE CO-EDS (1945), HOUSE OF DRACULA (1945), CARNEGIE HALL (1947), etc. Married to Chicago industrialist, Arthur Appleton (Builder and benefactor of the Appleton Museum of Art in Ocala, Florida).
11 O'Driscoll, Martha (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous biographical information.
11 O'Neal, Ryan - Signed 3 x 5 inch index card (No date) - American leading man on television and film - most famous as "Oliver Barrett IV" in LOVE STORY (1970). Other films include: THIS RUGGED LAND (1962), THE BIG BOUNCE (1969), THE GAMES (1970), WILD ROVERS (1971), WHAT'S UP DOC? (1972), PAPER MOON (1973), BARRY LYNDON (1975), NICKELODEON (1976), A BRIDGE TOO FAR (1977), THE DRIVER (1978), OLIVER'S STORY (1978), THE MAIN EVENT (1979), TOUGH GUYS DON'T DANCE (1987), etc. Many television appearances including his regular role as "Rodney Harrington" on PEYTON PLACE(1964 - 68). Was married to actresses, Joanna Moore and Leigh Taylor-Young. Father of Oscar -winning (Best Supporting Actress - PAPER MOON - 1972) actress, Tatum O'Neal.
11 O'Neal, Ryan (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous biographical information including a 26-page souvenir book for the 1970 film, LOVE STORY and two 2 page programs (distributed in theatre lobbies) for the 1975 film, BARRY LYNDON.
11 Paige, Janis - Signed 3 x 5 inch index card (No date) - American singer, dancer and leading lady from stage, nightclubs, film and television. Films include: BATHING BEAUTY (1944), HOLLYWOOD CANTEEN (1944), TWO GUYS FROM MILWAUKEE (1946), THE TIME, THE PLACE AND THE GIRL (1946), WINTER MEETING (1948), ROMANCE ON THE HIGH SEAS (1948), SILK STOCKINGS (1957), PLEASE DON'T EAT THE DAISIES (1960), BACHELOR IN PARADISE (1961), etc. Many television appearances including her own series, IT'S ALWAYS JAN (1955 - 56).
11 Paige, Janis (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings, sheet music for the film, THE TIME, THE PLACE AND THE GIRL (1946 - A GAL IN CALICO), sheet music for the film ROMANCE ON THE HIGH SEAS (1948 - IT'S MAGIC), two (c. 1950) publicity photographs of JANIS PAIGE, sheet music for the Broadway production of THE PAJAMA GAME (1952 - STEAM HEAT), etc.
11 Payne, John - Signed 4 x 5 inch album page (No date). American leading man and singer of stage and screen. Films include: DODSWORTH (1936), COLLEGE SWING (1938), GARDEN OF THE MOON ( 1938), STAR DUST (1940), MARYLAND (1940), THE GREAT PROFILE (1940), TIN PAN ALLEY (1940), THE GREAT AMERICAN BROADCAST (1941), SUN VALLEY SERENADE (1941), WEEK-END IN HAVANA (1941), REMEMBER THE DAY (1941), TO THE SHORES OF TRIPOLI (1942), FOOTLIGHT SERENADE (1942), ICELAND (1942), SPRINGTIME IN THE ROCKIES (1942), HELLO, FRISCO, HELLO (1943), THE DOLLY SISTERS (1945), WAKE UP AND DREAM (1946), SENTIMENTAL JOURNEY (1946), THE RAZOR'S EDGE (1946), MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET ( 1947), TENNESSEE'S PARTNER (1955), THE BOSS (1956), etc. Many television and stage appearances. He was married to actresses Anne Shirley and Gloria DeHaven. On REVERSE SIDE of album page is the Inscribed ("For Marvin") signature of MEL FERRER (1917 - 2008 - No date for signature). American leading man of stage and screen. Films include: LOST BOUNDRIES (1949), LILI (1953), KNIGHTS OF THE ROUND TABLE (1953), WAR AND PEACE (1956), THE SUN ALSO RISES (1957), THE WORLD, THE FLESH AND THE DEVIL (1959), SEX AND THE SINGLE GIRL (1964), THE NET (1975), etc. Many television appearances including a regular role on the series, FALCON CREST (1981 - 84). Was married to Audrey Hepburn.
11 Payne, John (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings (including obituaries), various 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) publicity and production photographs featuring JOHN PAYNE (from COLLEGE SWING - 1938, WINGS OF THE NAVY - 1039 and MIRACLE ON 34th STREET - 1947), sheet music for the film, ICELAND (1942 - THERE WILL NEVER BE ANOTHER YOU), sheet music for the film, TO THE SHORES OF TRIPOLI (1942 - THE MARINE'S HYMN), a (2006) set of 4 "Marquee 20th Century Fox Musicals" miniature reproduction lobby cards from the 1945 musical biography THE DOLLY SISTERS starring Betty Grable, JOHN PAYNE and June Haver, a 1-page 20th Century - Fox press release for the 1947 film, MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET, a Playbill program (July 1964) for the musical stage production, HERE'S LOVE (the stage musical version of the film, MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET in which John Payne played the lead and a theatrical program for GOOD NEWS (1973 - 74 - no specific location listed). Also - miscellaneous biographical information for MEL FERRER.
11 Plummer, Christopher - Signed 3 x 5 inch index card (No date) - Canadian leading man of stage and film. Most famous as "Baron Von Trapp" in the film version of THE SOUND OF MUSIC (1965). Other films include: STAGE STRUCK (1958), WIND ACROSS THE EVERGLADES (1958), THE FALL OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE (1964), INSIDE DAISY CLOVER (1965), TRIPLE CROSS (1966), THE NIGHT OF THE GENERALS (1967), BATTLE OF BRITAIN (1969), THE RETURN OF THE PINK PANTHER (1975), THE MAN WHO WOULD BE KING (1975), THE SILENT PARTNER (1978), MURDER BY DECREE (1979), AN AMERICAN TAIL (1986), DRAGNET (1987), STAR TREK VI: THE UNDISCOVERED COUNTRY (1991), MALCOLM X (1992), WOLF (1994), DOLORES CLAIBORNE (1995), THE INSIDER (1999), A BEAUTIFUL MIND (2001), SYRIANA (2005), UP (2009), THE LAST STATION (2009), etc. Many stage and television appearances. Was married to Broadway actress, Tammy Grimes (THE UNSINKABLE MOLLY BROWN, etc.). Father of Amanda Plummer (THE FISHER KING, etc. ).
11 Plummer, Christopher (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings, miscellaneous (1964) promotional material (Christmas card, pressbook and program) for the Samuel Bronston production of THE FALL OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE (directed by Anthony Mann and starring Sophia Loren, Stephen Boyd, Alec Guinness, James Mason, CHRISTOPHER PLUMMER, etc.), a PLAYBILL FOR BOSTON program and sheet music for the film, THE SOUND OF MUSIC (1965) at the Gary Theatre, a 5.5 x 8 - inch (2010) BLOCKBUSTER VIDEO cardboard promotional shelving place-holder (with poster art) for the (2009) Sony Pictures Classics production of THE LAST STATION (written and directed by Michael Hoffman and starring CHRISTOPHER PLUMMER, Helen Mirren, Paul Giamatti, James McAvoy, etc.) etc.
11 Pollard, Michael J. - Signed 3 x 5 inch index card (No date) - American character actor - most famous as "C.W. Moss" in BONNIE AND CLYDE (1967). Other films include: IT HAPPENED TO JANE (1959), HEMINGWAY'S ADVENTURES OF A YOUNG MAN (1962), THE STRIPPER (1963), SUMMER MAGIC (1963), THE RUSSIANS ARE COMING, THE RUSSIANS ARE COMING (1966), THE WILD ANGELS (1966), ENTER LAUGHING (1967), CAPRICE (1967), HANNIBAL BROOKS (1969), LITTLE FAUSS AND BIG HALSEY (1970), MELVIN AND HOWARD (1980), ROXANNE (1987), SCROOGED (1988), TANGO AND CASH (1990), DICK TRACY (1990), etc. Many television appearances.
11 Pollard, Michael J. (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings including the cover of Esquire Magazine (September 1968) featuring Michael J. Pollard, Arlo Guthrie and Tiny Tim ("The Beautiful People: Campus Heroes for 68/69").
11 Powell, Eleanor #1 - Signed theatrical program for the musical comedy, HOT-CHA at the National Theatre in Washington, DC ( Signed, in person, following a performance of the play - February 15, 1932 - Also signed by June MacCloy, Tito Coral and Revva Y Reyes) - "The Queen of Tap Dancing" - American actress and dancer most popular in MGM musical of the 1930s and 1940s. Films include: GEORGE WHITE'S 1935 SCANDALS (1935), BROADWAY MELODY OF 1936 (1935), BORN TO DANCE (1936), BROADWAY MELODY OF 1938 (1937), ROSALIE (1937), HONOLULU (1939), BROADWAY MELODY OF 1940 (1940), LADY BE GOOD (1941), SHIP AHOY (1942), I DOOD IT (1943), THOUSANDS CHEER (1943), etc. Was married to actor, Glenn Ford.
11 Powell, Eleanor #2 - Typed letter, signed on "Eleanor Powell" stationary (April 24, 1964) to Jon Angelo of THE AMERICAN NATIONAL THEATRE AND ACADEMY (ANTA Dance Theatre) declining an appointment to the ANTA Board of Governors ("... impossible as I am traveling about the country with my act and intend to make a European tour in the near future.") - American actress and dancer most popular in MGM musical of the 1930s and 1940s. Films include: GEORGE WHITE'S 1935 SCANDALS (1935), BROADWAY MELODY OF 1936 (1935), BORN TO DANCE (1936), BROADWAY MELODY OF 1938 (1937), ROSALIE (1937), HONOLULU (1939), BROADWAY MELODY OF 1940 (1940), LADY BE GOOD (1941), SHIP AHOY (1942), I DOOD IT (1943), THOUSANDS CHEER (1943), etc. Was married to actor, Glenn Ford.
11 Powell, Eleanor (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings, various 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) publicity and production photographs featuring ELEANOR POWELL (from the 1939 MGM production of HONOLULU), a September 1943 issue of DANCE MAGAZINE (featuring Eleanor Powell, on the cover, "demonstrating the well known lariat dance of the Texan Cowboy, in Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's new picture, "I Dood It"), miscellaneous sheet music from various ELEANOR POWELL films (BORN TO DANCE, LADY BE GOOD, etc.), etc.
11 Powell, Jane #1 - Signed theatrical program for the summer stock production of MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS at the NORTH SHORE MUSIC THEATRE in Beverly, Massachusetts (June 19, 1972 - signed by Jane Powell, Jane Rose, Rufus Smith and Dick Latessa following the performance) - American actress and singer - popular in musicals of the 1940s and 1950s. Films include: SONG OF THE OPEN ROAD (1944), DELIGHTFULLY DANGEROUS (1945), HOLIDAY IN MEXICO (1946), A DATE WITH JUDY (1948), NANCY GOES TO RIO (1950), TWO WEEKS WITH LOVE (1950), ROYAL WEDDING (1951), SMALL TOWN GIRL (1953), THREE SAILORS AND A GIRL (1953), SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS (1954), DEEP IN MY HEART (1954), HIT THE DECK (1955), THE GIRL MOST LIKELY (1958), etc. Many television appearances. Married to actor, Dickie Moore (SERGEANT YORK, etc. ).
11 Powell, Jane #2 - Signed 8 x 10 inch (color image with Dalmatian - cut from a magazine) publicity photograph (Signed, in person, following a matinee performance of IRENE at the Shubert Theatre in Boston - May 3, 1975) - American actress and singer - popular in musicals of the 1940s and 1950s. Films include: SONG OF THE OPEN ROAD (1944), DELIGHTFULLY DANGEROUS (1945), HOLIDAY IN MEXICO (1946), A DATE WITH JUDY (1948), NANCY GOES TO RIO (1950), TWO WEEKS WITH LOVE (1950), ROYAL WEDDING (1951), SMALL TOWN GIRL (1953), THREE SAILORS AND A GIRL (1953), SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS (1954), DEEP IN MY HEART (1954), HIT THE DECK (1955), THE GIRL MOST LIKELY (1958), etc. Many television appearances. Married to actor, Dickie Moore (SERGEANT YORK, etc. ).
11 Powell, Jane (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings, various 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) publicity and production photographs featuring JANE POWELL (from RICH, YOUNG AND PRETTY - 1951, ROYAL WEDDING - 1951, ATHENA - 1954 and SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS - 1954), a 1948 four page "Preview Invitation" (distributed at the Village Theatre, Westwood, California) for the film, LUXURY LINER, a 4-page theatrical "Press Preview" program for the 1948 film, A DATE WITH JUDY, two 4-page "Press Preview" programs distributed at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood - February 4, 1948) for the 1948 film, THREE DARING DAUGHTERS, a theatrical program and ticket stubs for a performance of IRENE at the Shubert Theatre in Boston (May 3, 1975), a 1959 magazine advertisement for Rheingold Beer featuring "Miss Jane Powell," a c. 1960 magazine advertisement for Pepsi-Cola sponsoring her NBC -TV spectacular YOUNG AT HEART, miscellaneous sheet music from various JANE POWELL films (THREE DARING DAUGHTERS, RICH, YOUNG AND PRETTY, SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS, TWO WEEKS WITH LOVE, etc.), etc. Also included: Biographical information for Jane Powell's co-stars in MEET ME IN ST LOUIS (1972) - Jane Rose, Rufus Smith and Dick Latessa.
12 Power, Tyrone #1 - Typed letter signed (June 14, 1938) sent to Mr. C. S. Chambers thanking him for the gift of a theatrical program featuring Tyrone Power's father ("I have a large collection of souvenirs of my father and I am always glad to add to it in this manner.") - American leading man (from the legendary Irish theatrical family) on stage and film. Films include: IN OLD CHICAGO (1937), ALEXANDER'S RAGTIME BAND (1938), JESSE JAMES (1939 - as "Jesse James"), ROSE OF WASINGTON SQUARE (1939), THE MARK OF ZORRO (1940), THE RAZOR'S EDGE (1946), THE LONG GRAY LINE (1955 - as "Martin "Marty" Maher), THE EDDY DUCHIN STORY (1956 - as "Eddy Duchin"), THE SUN ALSO RISES (1957), WITNESS FOR THE PROSECUTION (1957), etc. Married to actresses, Annabella and Linda Christian.
12 Power, Tyrone #2 - Inscribed ("For E. Spencer Chambers with best wishes...") signed 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) publicity photograph received (June 14, 1938) by mail - American leading man (from the legendary Irish theatrical family) on stage and film. Films include: IN OLD CHICAGO (1937), ALEXANDER'S RAGTIME BAND (1938), JESSE JAMES (1939 - as "Jesse James"), ROSE OF WASINGTON SQUARE (1939), THE MARK OF ZORRO (1940), THE RAZOR'S EDGE (1946), THE LONG GRAY LINE (1955 - as "Martin "Marty" Maher), THE EDDY DUCHIN STORY (1956 - as "Eddy Duchin"), THE SUN ALSO RISES (1957), WITNESS FOR THE PROSECUTION (1957), etc. Married to actresses, Annabella and Linda Christian.
12 Power, Tyrone (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous biographical information including an undated (Dutch) copy of the sheet music for "Good Old Jef" ("Tyrone Power Songs" from the EVERY BODY'S MUSIC series - Brunswick, USA), a 1947 copy of the sheet music for "Mam'selle" (from the 20th Century-Fox production of THE RAZOR'S EDGE starring TYRONE POWER, Gene Tierney, John Payne, Anne Baxter, Clifton Webb, Herbert Marshall, etc. - Lyrics by Mack Gordon and music by Edmund Goulding), an 8-page program (The Roxy Theatre in NYC - September 1, 1950) for the 1950 film, THE BLACK ROSE, an 8-page program (The Roxy Theatre in NYC - December 7, 1951) for the 1951 film, I'LL NEVER FORGET YOU, a 1956 copy of the sheet music for "To Love Again" (from the Columbia Pictures production of THE EDDY DUCHIN STORY starring TYRONE POWER, Kim Novak, Rex Thompson, James Whitmore, Shepperd Strudwick , Victoria Shaw, etc. - Words by Ned Washington and music by Morris Stoloff and George Sidney), various 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) publicity and production photographs featuring TYRONE POWER (including images from the 1939 Twentieth Century-Fox presentation of SECOND FIDDLE with Sonja Henie and from the 1953 Broadway production of JOHN BROWN'S BODY with Judith Anderson and Raymond Massey), various magazine advertisements featuring Tyrone Power for Chesterfield Cigarettes, etc.
12 Presnell, Harve - Inscribed ("Fargo" written under signature) signed 3 x5 inch index card (No date) - Popular American baritone and leading man of the stage and screen - most famous as the co-star of THE UNSINKABLE MOLLY BROWN on Broadway and film (1964). Other films include: THE GLORY GUYS (1965), WHERE THE BOYS MEET THE GIRLS (1965), PAINT YOUR WAGON (1969), BLOOD BATH (1976), FARGO (1996), THE CHAMBER (1996), FACE/OFF (1997), SAVING PRIVATE RYAN (1998 - as "General George C. Marshall") PATCH ADAMS (1998), THE FAMILY MAN (2000), OLD SCHOOL (2003), FLAGS OF OUR FATHERS (2006), EVAN ALMIGHTY (2007), etc. Many television appearances including regular roles on LOIS AND CLARK: THE NEW ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN (1995 -97), THE PRETENDER (1997 - 2000), DAWSON'S CREEK (2000-20001) and ANDY BARKER, P.I. (2007).
12 Presnell, Harve (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings (including obituaries), a 1960 (8 x 10 - inch) black and white production photograph of HARVE PRESNELL with Tammy Grimes in the original Broadway presentation of THE UNSINKABLE MOLLY BROWN, a theatrical herald and program for DEBBIE REYNOLDS: AN EVENING OF MUSIC AND COMEDY FEATURING HARVE PRESNELL at the Collins Center in Andover, Massachusetts (December 14, 1988) and a theatrical program for the Broadway production of THE UNSINKABLE MOLLY BROWN at the Winter Garden in NYC (December 19, 1960).
12 Raft, George #1 - Inscribed ("To Jim, Best Always") signed 8 x 10 inch (black and white) publicity photograph (Received through the mail - July 13, 1974) - American actor and dancer - most famous in gangster roles. His life story was filmed as THE GEORGE RAFT STORY (1961 with Ray Danton in the title role). He was also portrayed by Nicholas Meyer in MAE WEST (1982) (TV) and by Joe Mantegna in the 1991 film, BUGSY. Films include: GOLD DIGGERS ON BROADWAY (1929), PALMY DAYS (1931), SCARFACE (1932), THE BOWERY (1933), RUMBA (1935), THE GLASS KEY (1935), SOULS AT SEA (1937), EACH DAWN I DIE (1939), INVISIBLE STRIPES (1939), THE HOUSE ACROSS THE BAY (1940), THEY DRIVE BY NIGHT (1940), MANPOWER (1941), FOLLOW THE BOYS (1944), NOB HILL (1945), JOHNNY ANGEL (1945), JOHNNY ALLEGRO (1949), ROGUE COP (1954), BLACK WIDOW (1954), A BULLET FOR JOEY (1955), AROUND THE WORLD IN EIGHTY DAYS (1956), SOME LIKE IT HOT (1959), OCEANS 11 (1960), FOR THOSE WHO THINK YOUNG (1964), SKIDOO (1968), THE MAN WITH BOGART'S FACE ( 1980), etc. Many television appearances including his own series, I'M THE LAW (1953).
12 Raft, George #2 - Inscribed ("To Bill, My best") signed 8 x 10 inch (black and white) publicity photograph (Date unkown) - American actor and dancer - most famous in gangster roles. His life story was filmed as THE GEORGE RAFT STORY (1961 with Ray Danton in the title role). He was also portrayed by Nicholas Meyer in MAE WEST (1982) (TV) and by Joe Mantegna in the 1991 film, BUGSY. Films include: GOLD DIGGERS ON BROADWAY (1929), PALMY DAYS (1931), SCARFACE (1932), THE BOWERY (1933), RUMBA (1935), THE GLASS KEY (1935), SOULS AT SEA (1937), EACH DAWN I DIE (1939), INVISIBLE STRIPES (1939), THE HOUSE ACROSS THE BAY (1940), THEY DRIVE BY NIGHT (1940), MANPOWER (1941), FOLLOW THE BOYS (1944), NOB HILL (1945), JOHNNY ANGEL (1945), JOHNNY ALLEGRO (1949), ROGUE COP (1954), BLACK WIDOW (1954), A BULLET FOR JOEY (1955), AROUND THE WORLD IN EIGHTY DAYS (1956), SOME LIKE IT HOT (1959), OCEANS 11 (1960), FOR THOSE WHO THINK YOUNG (1964), SKIDOO (1968), THE MAN WITH BOGART'S FACE ( 1980), etc. Many television appearances including his own series, I'M THE LAW (1953).
12 Raft, George (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings (including obituaries), an 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) publicity photograph of GEORGE RAFT (c. 1935), various 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) publicity and production photographs featuring GEORGE RAFT (from LIMEHOUSE NIGHTS - aka LIMEHOUSE BLUES - 1934, EVERY NIGHT AT EIGHT - 1935, RUMBA - 1935 and SPAWN OF THE NORTH - 1938), a 1974 magazine advertisement for "The first major biography of George Raft," GEORGE RAFT by Lewis Yablonsky (the 1989 paperback edition is included in THE JIM LIVERSIDGE COLLECTION book holdings) and the (LOS ANGELES DODGERS) envelope (addressed and signed by George Raft) in which the signed photograph was sent.
12 Randolph, John - Signed 3 x 5 inch index card (No date) - Films include: FOURTEEN HOURS (1951), SECONDS (1966), PRETTY POISON (1968), GAILY, GAILY (1969), THERE WAS A CROOKED MAN (1970), LITTLE MURDERS (1971), ESCAPE FROM THE PLANET OF THE APES (1971), CONQUEST OF THE PLANET OF THE APES (1972), SERPICO (1973), EARTHQUAKE (1974), ALL THE PRESIDENTS MEN (1976 - voice of "John Mitchell"), KING KONG (1976), FRANCES (1982), PRIZZI'S HONOR (1985), GOING HOME (1997), YOU'VE GOT MAIL (1998), etc. Many television appearances.
12 Randolph, John (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous biographical information.
12 Raye, Martha - Inscribed ("Evelyn, Bless You") signed 5 x 7 inch (black and white) publicity photograph (No date) - "THE BIG MOUTH" - American actress, singer and comedienne on stage film, radio and television - Films include: RHYTHM ON THE RANGE (1936), THE BIG BROADCAST OF 1937 (1936), WAIKIKI WEDDING (1937), ARTISTS AND MODELS (1937), THE BIG BROADCAST OF 1938 (1938), COLLEGE SWING (1938), THE BOYS FROM SYRACUSE (1940), KEEP 'EM FLYING (1941), HELLZAPOPPIN (1941), MONSIEUR VERDOUX (1947), BILLY ROSE'S JUMBO (1962), PUFNSTUF (1970), THE CONCORDE - AIRPORT '79 (1979), etc. Many television appearances including her own variety show, THE MARTHA RAYE SHOW (1955 - 56) and regular roles on THE BUGALOOS (1970 - 71), McMILLAN AND WIFE (1976 - 77) and ALICE (1979 - 84). Was married to makeup artist, Bud Westmore, composer, David Rose and dancer Nick Condos.
12 Raye, Martha (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings (including obituaries), various 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) publicity and production photographs featuring MARTHA RAYE (from the 1938 Paramount Pictures productions - COLLEGE SWING, TROPIC HOLIDAY and GIVE ME A SAILOR), two issues (September, 1938) of SONG HITS (with Martha Raye on the cover), a 1938 copy of the sheet music for "What Goes On Here in My Heart" (from the Paramount Pictures production of GIVE ME A SAILOR staring MARTHA RAYE, Bob Hope, Betty Grable, Jack Whiting, etc. - Words and music by Leo Robin and Ralph Rainger), a 1944 copy of the sheet music for "How Many Times Do I Have to Tell You" (from the 20th Century-Fox production of FOUR JILLS IN A JEEP starring Kay Francis, Carole Landis, MARTHA RAYE, Mitzi Mayfair, Jimmy Dorsey, Dick Haymes, Phil Silvers, etc. - Lyrics by Harold Adamson and music by Jimmy McHugh), an 8-page promotional herald for the 1970 film, PUFNSTUF, a press release (June 20, 1983) from the Star Theatre of Flint, Michigan announcing Martha Raye's appearance, on stage, in ANNIE, etc.
12 Reynolds, Burt #1 - Inscribed ("All the Best , Always") signed 8 x 10 inch (black and white) publicity photograph (1965) - American leading man on film, television and stage. Films include: ANGEL BABY (1961), 100 RIFLES (1969), FUZZ (1972), EVERYTHING YOU ALWAYS WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT SEX BUT WHERE AFRAID TO ASK (1972), DELIVERANCE (1972), THE LONGEST YARD (1974), LUCKY LADY (1975), GATOR (1976), SMOKEY AND THE BANDIT (1977), SEMI-TOUGH (1977), STARTING OVER (1979), THE CANNONBALL RUN (1981), THE BEST LITTLE WHOREHOUSE IN TEXAS (1982), STRIPTEASE (1996), BOOGIE NIGHTS (1997), THELONGEST YARD (2005), etc. Many television appearances including three starring roles on HAWK (1966), DAN AUGUST (1970 - 71) and EVENING SHADE (1990 - 94) and supporting roles on RIVERBOAT (1959 - 60) and GUNSMOKE (1962 - 65). Was married to actress, Judy Carne (LAUGH IN , etc.) and actress, Loni Anderson (WKRP IN CINCINNATTI, etc.)
12 Reynolds, Burt #2 - Inscribed ("To Mrs. Henderson, All the Best") signed 8 x 10 inch (black and white) publicity photograph (1965 - sent to UF Librarian, Marie Henderson) - American leading man on film, television and stage. Films include: ANGEL BABY (1961), 100 RIFLES (1969), FUZZ (1972), EVERYTHING YOU ALWAYS WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT SEX BUT WHERE AFRAID TO ASK (1972), DELIVERANCE (1972), THE LONGEST YARD (1974), LUCKY LADY (1975), GATOR (1976), SMOKEY AND THE BANDIT (1977), SEMI-TOUGH (1977), STARTING OVER (1979), THE CANNONBALL RUN (1981), THE BEST LITTLE WHOREHOUSE IN TEXAS (1982), STRIPTEASE (1996), BOOGIE NIGHTS (1997), THELONGEST YARD (2005), etc. Many television appearances including three starring roles on HAWK (1966), DAN AUGUST (1970 - 71) and EVENING SHADE (1990 - 94) and supporting roles on RIVERBOAT (1959 - 60) and GUNSMOKE (1962 - 65). Was married to actress, Judy Carne (LAUGH IN , etc.) and actress, Loni Anderson (WKRP IN CINCINNATTI, etc.)
12 Reynolds, Burt #3 - Autographed letter signed (3 pages) sent to UF Librarian, Marie Henderson (1965) in response to a request for material related to his television career ("I'm very proud of Florida and want Florida to be proud of me.") - American leading man on film, television and stage. Films include: ANGEL BABY (1961), 100 RIFLES (1969), FUZZ (1972), EVERYTHING YOU ALWAYS WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT SEX BUT WHERE AFRAID TO ASK (1972), DELIVERANCE (1972), THE LONGEST YARD (1974), LUCKY LADY (1975), GATOR (1976), SMOKEY AND THE BANDIT (1977), SEMI-TOUGH (1977), STARTING OVER (1979), THE CANNONBALL RUN (1981), THE BEST LITTLE WHOREHOUSE IN TEXAS (1982), STRIPTEASE (1996), BOOGIE NIGHTS (1997), THELONGEST YARD (2005), etc. Many television appearances including three starring roles on HAWK (1966), DAN AUGUST (1970 - 71) and EVENING SHADE (1990 - 94) and supporting roles on RIVERBOAT (1959 - 60) and GUNSMOKE (1962 - 65). Was married to actress, Judy Carne (LAUGH IN , etc.) and actress, Loni Anderson (WKRP IN CINCINNATTI, etc.)
12 Reynolds, Burt (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous biographical Information including a (1974) 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) publicity photograph of BURT REYNOLDS (guesting on THE MIKE DOUGLAS SHOW), newspaper clippings, a 1990 "Florida Film Festival at Jacksonville" (Burt Reynolds, Chairman) brochure and the envelope (addressed in Burt Reynolds' hand) in which the signed photographs were sent.
12 Reynolds, Debbie #1 - Inscribed ("To Jim, Happiness") signed 8 x 10 (black and white) publicity photograph (Received through the mail - May 9, 1002) - American actress, singer and dancer on film, television, recordings and stage. Most famous for her roles in the films, SINGIN' IN THE RAIN (1952) and THE UNSINKABLE MOLLY BROWN (1964). Other films include: THE DAUGHTER OF ROSIE O'GRADY (1950), THREE LITTLE WORDS (1950), TWO WEEKS OF LOVE (1950 - in which she sang "ABBA DABBA HONEYMOON" with Carleton Carpenter), I LOVE MELVIN (1953), HIT THE DECK (1955), THE TENDER TRAP (1955), THE CATERED AFFAIR (1956), BUNDLE OF JOY (1956), TAMMY AND THE BACHELOR (1957 - in which she introduced her hit recording of "TAMMY"), SAY ONE FOR ME (1959), THE RAT RACE (1960), THE PLEASURE OF HIS COMPANY (1961), HOW THE WEST WAS WON (1962), THE SINGING NUN (1966), DIVORCE AMERICAN STYLE (1967), WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH HELEN? (1971), MOTHER (1996), etc. Many television appearances including her own series, THE DEBBIE REYNOLDS SHOW (1969 - 70) and a regular role on WILL AND GRACE (1999 - 2006). Was married to singer, Eddie Fisher. Mother of actress, Carrie Fisher.
12 Reynolds, Debbie #2 - See "Autographed books." - American actress, singer and dancer on film, television, recordings and stage. Most famous for her roles in the films, SINGIN' IN THE RAIN (1952) and THE UNSINKABLE MOLLY BROWN (1964). Other films include: THE DAUGHTER OF ROSIE O'GRADY (1950), THREE LITTLE WORDS (1950), TWO WEEKS OF LOVE (1950 - in which she sang "ABBA DABBA HONEYMOON" with Carleton Carpenter), I LOVE MELVIN (1953), HIT THE DECK (1955), THE TENDER TRAP (1955), THE CATERED AFFAIR (1956), BUNDLE OF JOY (1956), TAMMY AND THE BACHELOR (1957 - in which she introduced her hit recording of "TAMMY"), SAY ONE FOR ME (1959), THE RAT RACE (1960), THE PLEASURE OF HIS COMPANY (1961), HOW THE WEST WAS WON (1962), THE SINGING NUN (1966), DIVORCE AMERICAN STYLE (1967), WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH HELEN? (1971), MOTHER (1996), etc. Many television appearances including her own series, THE DEBBIE REYNOLDS SHOW (1969 - 70) and a regular role on WILL AND GRACE (1999 - 2006). Was married to singer, Eddie Fisher. Mother of actress, Carrie Fisher.
12 Reynolds, Debbie (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings, three (1953) 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) production photographs featuring DEBBIE REYNOLDS (dancing with Gower Champion in the MGM presentation of GIVE A GIRL A BREAK), sheet music for the film, SAY ONE FOR ME (1959 - THE SECRET OF CHRISTMAS), sheet music from the 1964 MGM production of THE UNSINKABLE MOLLY BROWN (Music and lyrics by Meredith Willson), program and heralds from DEBBIE REYNOLDS: AN EVENING OF MUSIC AND COMEDY FEATURING HARVE PRESNELL (December 14, 1988 at the Collins Center in Andover, Massachusetts), a newsletter and program for the GYPSY AWARD ceremonies - presented to Debbie Reynolds by The Professional Dancers Society at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles, California (February 3, 1991), ticket stubs from the DEBBIE REYNOLDS concert at the Atlantic City Hilton, New Jersey (July 30, 2001), etc.
12 Rin - Tin-Tin - Inscribed ("Most Faithfully) signed ( for Rin-Tin-Tin by Lee Duncan - "Master and Friend" - 1931) 5 x 7 inch (sepia-toned) publicity photograph. French -born canine star of silent films. Films include: THE MAN FROM HELL'S RIVER (1922), MY DAD (1922), FIND YOUR MAN (1924), CLASH OF THE WOLVES (1925), THE NIGHT CRY (1926), THE HERO OF THE BIG SNOWS (1926), JAWS OF STEEL (1927), A DOG OF THE REGIMENT (1927), A RACE FOR LIFE (1928), FROZEN RIVER (1929), THE MAN HUNTER (1930), ROUGH WATERS (1930), THE LIGHTNING WARRIOR (1931), etc.
12 Rin - Tin-Tin (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous biographical information.
12 Root, Stephen - Signed program for the Nadine McGuire Theatre and Dance Pavilion Dedication on the University of Florida campus in Gainesville (Signed, in person, on September 9, 2004) - American character actor on stage, film and television and University of Florida graduate. Films include: CROCODILE DUNDEE II (1988), STANLEY AND IRIS (1990), GHOST (1990), GUILTY BY SUSPICION (1991), DAVE (1993), OFFICE SPACE (1999), O BROTHER, WHERE ART THOU? (2000), ICE AGE (2002), FINDING NEMO (2003), THE LADYKILLERS (2004), DODGE BALL: A TRUE UNDERDOG STORY (2004), NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN (2007), LEATHERHEADS (2008), THE SOLOIST (2009), etc. Many television appearances including regular roles on HARTS OF THE WEST (1993 - 94), NEWSRADIO (1995 - 99), THE WEST WING (2005 - 2006) and KING OF THE HILL (1997 - 2009). Created the STEPHEN ROOT ACTING STUDIO at the University of Florida (2003).
12 Root, Stephen (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous biographical information.
12 Russell, Harold - Inscribed ("Best Wishes") signed 3 x 5 inch index card (No date) - The only actor to win two Oscars for a single film role (Best Supporting Actor - THE BEST YEARS OF OUR LIVES - 1946 and an honorary Oscar "To Harold Russell for bringing hope and courage to his fellow veterans through his appearance in THE BEST YEARS OF OUR LIVES - 1946") Canadian-born American actor and wounded veteran of the Second World War who lost both hands in a training exercise. Other films: INSIDE MOVES (1980), and DOGTOWN (1997).
12 Russell, Harold (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous biographical information (including obituary), a (1946) Plaza Theatre (Madison, Wisconsin?) handbill program (and a 2006 promotinal DVD release sleeve) for the Samuel Goldwyn production of THE BEST YEARS OF OUR LIVES (directed by William Wyler and starring Myrna Loy, Fredric March, Dana Andrews, Teresa Wright, HAROLD RUSSELL, etc. - also advertised GREAT EXPECTATIONS starring John Mills, and HIGH BARBAREE starring Van Johnson), etc.
12 Russell, Rosalind - Signed (in person) theatrical program (Signed - as an audience member - following a performance of TOVARICH at the Plymouth Theatre in NYC ( November 2, 1936) - American leading lady of stage and film. Films include: EVELYN PRENTICE (1934), CHINA SEAS (1935), UNDER TWO FLAGS (1936), NIGHT MUST FALL (1937), THE WOMEN (1939), HIS GIRL FRIDAY (1940), THEY MET IN BOMBAY (1941), MY SISTER EILEEN (1942), SISTER KENNY (1946), MOURNING BECOMES ELECTRA (1947), PICNIC (1955), AUNTIE MAME (1958), A MAJORITY OF ONE (1961), GYPSY (1962), THE TROUBLE WITH ANGELS (1966), ROSIE (1967), etc. Many stage and television appearances.
12 Russell, Rosalind (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous biographical information.
12 Sarandon, Susan - Inscribed ("XOX") signed 8 x 10 inch (black and white) publicity photograph (No date). Oscar winning (Best Actress - DEAD MAN WALKING -1995) American actress in film and television. Other films include: JOE (1969), THE FRONT PAGE (1974), THE GREAT WALDO PEPPER (1975), THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW (1975), THE OTHER SIDE OF MIDNIGHT (1977), PRETTY BABY (1978), KING OF THE GYPSIES (1978), ATLANTIC CITY (1980), THE WITCHES OF EASTWICK (1987), BULL DURHAM (1988), THELMA AND LOUISE (1991), THE CLIENT (1994), LITTLE WOMEN (1994), STEPMOM (1998), ALFIE (2004), IN THE VALLEY OF ELAH (2007), SOLITARY MAN (2009), etc. Many television appearances. SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH - THE GIFT OF PETER AND IONA MALANCHUK TO SPECIAL COLLECTIONS (January , 2003).
12 Sarandon, Susan (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous biographical information including a 6.5 x 10 inch (color) production photograph for the Havoc/Polygram Film Entertainment production of DEAD MAN WALKING (1995 - pictured with Sean Penn).
12 Schaffner, Franklin J. - Signed theatrical (THE FIRST ANNUAL FOOTIGHT PARADE - Boston - September 1978) herald (Signed, in person, following a preview screening and seminar for THE BOYS FROM BRAZIL at the Sack Cheri (motion picture theatre)Complex in Boston - September 26, 1978) - Oscar winning (Best Director - PATTON - 1970) film and television producer and director. Other films include: THE STRIPPER (1963), THE BEST MAN (1964), THE WAR LORD (1965), PLANET OF THE APES (1968), NICHOLAS AND ALEXANDRA (1971), PAPILLON )1973), ISLANDS IN THE STREAM (1977), YES, GIORGIO (1982), etc. He also directed Jackie Kennedy's television TOUR OF THE WHITE HOUSE (1963).
12 Schaffner, Franklin J. (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings, a 1978 magazine advertisement for the film, THE BOYS FROM BRAZIL and an official SACK THEATRES invitation to a screening and seminar of THE BOYS FROM BRAZIL (September 26, 1978) at the Sack Cheri (motion picture theatre) complex in Boston.
12 Skelton, Red - Signed on THE RED SKELTON SHOW (live) benefit (for St. Mary's Schools in Lawrence, Massachusetts) program at the Warner Theatre in Lawrence, Massachusetts (August 7, 1951 - signed, in person, following the performance). American "clown" (his preferred term to describe himself), comedian and actor on stage, film radio and television. Films include: HAVING WONDERFUL TIME (1938), WHISTLING IN THE DARK (1941), LADY BE GOOD (1941), SHIP AHOY (1942), PANAMA HATTIE (1942), DuBARRY WAS A LADY (1943), I DOOD IT (1943), BATHING BEAUTY (1944), ZIEGFELD FOLLIES (1945 - in which he performs his classic, "Guzzler's Gin" routine), MERTON OF THE MOVIES (1947), THE FULLER BRUSH MAN (1948), A SOUTHERN YANKEE (1948), NEPTUNE'S DAUGHTER (1949), THREE LITTLE WORDS (1950 - as songwriter, "Harry Ruby"), EXCUSE MY DUST (19510, LOVELY TO LOOK AT (1952), THE CLOWN (1953), AROUND THE WORLD IN EIGHTY DAYS (1956), OCEAN'S 11 (1960), THOSE MAGNIFICENT MEN IN THEIR FLYING MACHINES (1965), etc. Many television appearances including his own variety show, THE RED SKELTON SHOW (1951 - 71). The program is also signed by composer and musical director, David Rose (1910 - 90) - most famous for composing "Holiday for Strings" and 'The Stripper." He was married to Martha Raye and Judy Garland.
12 Skelton, Red (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings (including obituaries) pertaining to the lives and careers of RED SKELTON and DAVID ROSE including sheet music for the film, BATHING BEAUTY (1943 - TICO-TICO), a 1943 copy of the sheet music for "Our Waltz" (Lyrics by Nat Burton and music by DAVID ROSE), a 4 page theatrical "Preview Program" for the 1951 film, EXCUSE MY DUST, a (mid 1960s) magazine advertisement for the Sands Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas featuring Red Skelton as "Freddy the Freeloader," a program for AN EVENING AT THE WHITE HOUSE (January 29, 1970) featuring Red Skelton performing "his famed pantomimes and verbamimes including: THE ABC's, THE ASTRONAUT and THE OLD MAN AT THE PARADE," a (1980) CANADIAN BROADCASTING COMPANY (CBC) press release (announcing "RED SKELTON Returns to Television After 10-Year Absence in CBC - TV Superspecial"), various 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) publicity and production photographs featuring RED SKELTON (from NEPTUNE'S DAUGHTER - 1949, TEXAS CARNIVAL - 1951 and THE CLOWN - 1953), etc.
12 Stewart, James - Autographed note/letter signed on a "James Stewart" note card ("..I am very grateful to you for your wonderful letter...May you have a wonderful life.") - Received through the mail in December of 1992. Oscar winning (Best Actor - THE PHILADELPHIA STORY - 1941) American leading man with stage experience. Films include: ROSE MARIE (1936), BORN TO DANCE (1936), THE GOOD EARTH (1937), YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU (1938), MADE FOR EACH OTHER (1939), MR. SMITH GOES TO WASHINGTON (1939), DESTRY RIDES AGAIN (1939), THE SHOP AROUND THE CORNER (1940), THE MORTAL STORM (1940), ZIEGFELD GIRL (1941), IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE (1946), CALL NORTHSIDE 777 (1948), ROPE (1948), THE STRATTON STORY (1949 - as baseball star, "Monty Stratton"), WINCHESTER '73 (1950), HARVEY (1950), THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH (1952 - as "Buttons" - the euthanasia clown), THE NAKED SPUR (1953), THE GLENN MILLER STORY (1954 - as bandleader, "Glenn Miller"), REAR WINDOW (1954), THE MAN WHO KNEW TOOMUCH (1956), THE SPIRIT OF ST. LOUIS (1957 - as "Charles Lindbergh"), VERTIGO (1958), ANATOMY OF A MURDER (1959), THE FBI STORY (1959), THE MAN WHO SHOT LIBERTY VALANCE (1962), HOW THE WEST WAS WON (1962), SHENANDOAH (1965), THE FLIGHT OF THE PHOENIX (1965), FOOL'S PARADE (1971), THE SHOOTIST (1976), etc. Many television appearances including THE JIMMY STEWART SHOW (1971 - 72) and HAWKINS (1973 - 74).
12 Stewart, James (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings (including obituaries), various 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) publicity and production photographs featuring JAMES STEWART (from the 1934 Broadway presentation of DIVIDED BY THREE with Hancey Castle and Hedda Hopper and the 1952 Paramount Pictures production of THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH), a vintage (c. 1940) publicity postcard, three IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE (1946) Christmas cards (1996), an 8-page Radio City Music Hall program (October 19, 1939) for the 1939 film, MR. SMITH GOES TO WASHINGTON, an American Film Institute promotional postcard (1990) featuring an image from the 1939 film, MR. SMITH GOES TO WASHINGTON, an 8 page (color) German theatrical program (and ticket stub) for the 1952 film, THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH, a 1955 copy of the sheet music for "Whatever Will Be, Will Be" (from the Paramount Pictures production of Alfred Hitchcock's THE MAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH starring JAMES STEWART and Doris Day - Words and music by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans), an 8 x 10 inch (black and white ) production photograph for the film, TAKE HER, SHE'S MINE (1963), a 6 page program/herald (distributed at the Indian River Theatre, Indian River, Michigan) promoting the 1965 film, THE FLIGHT OF THE PHOENIX (includes promotions for upcoming films including MARRIAGE ON THE ROCKS starring Frank Sinatra, DUEL AT DIABLO starring James Garner, MARY POPPINS starring Julie Andrews, A PATCH OF BLUE starring Sidney Poitier, HUSH...HUSH, SWEET CHARLOTTE starring Bette Davis, STAGECOACH Starring Bing Crosby , VIVA MARIA starring Brigitte Bardot and THE NIGHT OF THE GRIZZLY starring Clint Walker), a WFGA - TV (Jacksonville, Florida) press release (October 12, 1970) promoting the television special, FESTIVAL AT FORD'S THEATRE featuring James Stewart as the "On-Camera Narrator" for the Thanksgiving Day musical special, six (11 x 14 - inch) full-color lobby cards for the 1971 Columbia Pictures production of FOOL'S PARADE starring JAMES STEWART, George Kennedy, Strother Martin, Kurt Russell, William Windom, Mike Kellin, Anne Baxter, etc.), a 2003 DVD release of the 1954 Universal Pictures production of THE FAR COUNTRY, a 2005 DVD release of the Paramount Pictures production of THE MAN WHO SHOT LIBERTY VALANCE, a (2012) promotional (UNIVERSAL - 100th ANNIVERSARY) DVD sleeve for the film WINCHESTER '73 (1950) starring James Stewart, Shelley Winters, Dan Duryea, Rock Hudson, etc., a book jacket for JAMES STEWART: BEHIND THE SCENES OF A WONDERFUL LIFE by Lawrence J. Quirk (1997 biography included in THE JIM LIVERSIDGE COLLECTION book holdings), a book jacket for JIMMY STEWART: A LIFE IN PICTURES (a photo-biography included in the BELKNAP COLLECTION monograph holdings - GIFT TO THE DEPARTMENT OF SPECIAL AND AREA STUDIES COLLECTIONS /POPULAR CULTURE COLLECTIONS FROM JANE ANNE CAREY - GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA), etc. See, also, THE "IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE" BOOK by Jeanine Basinger (1986 - included in THE JIM LIVERSIDGE COLLECTION book holdings).
13 Taylor, Rod - Signed 3 x 5 inch index card. Australian leading man in American films. Films include: LONG JOHN SILVER (1954), THE CATERED AFFAIR (1956), GIANT (1956), RAINTREE COUNTY (1957), SEPARATE TABLES (1958), THE TIME MACHINE (1960), ONE HUNDRED AND ONE DALMATIONS (1961), TEH BIRDS (1963), THE V.I. P.s (1963), SUNDAY IN NEW YORK (1963), FATE IS THE HUNTER (1964), YOUNG CASSIDY ( 1965), DO NOT DISTRURB (1965), THE GLASS BOTTOM BOAT (1966), HOTEL (1967), ZABRISKIE POINT (1970), THE TRAIN ROBBERS (1973), A TIME TO DIE (1982), INGLORIOUS BASTRDS (2009), etc. Many television appearances including staring roles on HONG KONG (1960 - 61), BEARCATS (1971), OUTLAWS (1986 - 87) and FALCON CREST (1988 - 90).
13 Taylor, Rod (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous biographical information including a 4-page program for the 1963 film, SUNDAY IN NEW YORK.
13 Temple, Shirley #1 - Inscribed ("To Mr. Chase, Love,") signed 8 x 10 inch (sepia toned) publicity photograph (August 20, 1934) - American child star - most popular in films of the 1930s and 1940s. Films include: KID'S LAST STAND (1932), NEW DEAL RHYTHM (1933), STAND UP AND CHEER (1934), LITTLE MISS MARKER (1934), BRIGHT EYES (1934), THE LITTLE COLONEL (1934), CURLY TOP (1935), THE LITTLEST REBEL (1935), CAPTAIN JANUARY (1936), DIMPLES (1936), WEE WILLIE WINKIE (1937), HEIDI (1937), REBECCCA OF SUNNYBROOK FARM (1938), LITTLE MISS BROADWAY (1938), JUST AROUND THE CORNER (1938), THE BLUE BIRD (1940), YOUNG PEOPLE (1940), SINCE YOU WENT AWAY (1944), THE BACHELOR AND THE BOBBY-SOSER (1947), FORT APACHE (1948), etc. Many television appearances including her own series, SHIRLEY TEMPLE'S STORYBOOK (1958 - 61). Was Married to actor, John Agar (Fort Apache, etc.).
13 Temple, Shirley #2 - Inscribed ("To Jim, Best Wishes") signed (as "Shirley Temple Black - Special Assistant to the Chairman, President's Council on Environmental Quality") 3.5 x 4.5 inch note paper (Received through the mail - February 17, 1973) - American child star - most popular in films of the 1930s and 1940s. Films include: KID'S LAST STAND (1932), NEW DEAL RHYTHM (1933), STAND UP AND CHEER (1934), LITTLE MISS MARKER (1934), BRIGHT EYES (1934), THE LITTLE COLONEL (1934), CURLY TOP (1935), THE LITTLEST REBEL (1935), CAPTAIN JANUARY (1936), DIMPLES (1936), WEE WILLIE WINKIE (1937), HEIDI (1937), REBECCCA OF SUNNYBROOK FARM (1938), LITTLE MISS BROADWAY (1938), JUST AROUND THE CORNER (1938), THE BLUE BIRD (1940), YOUNG PEOPLE (1940), SINCE YOU WENT AWAY (1944), THE BACHELOR AND THE BOBBY-SOSER (1947), FORT APACHE (1948), etc. Many television appearances including her own series, SHIRLEY TEMPLE'S STORYBOOK (1958 - 61). Was Married to actor, John Agar (Fort Apache, etc.).
13 Temple, Shirley (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings, a copy of the SHIRLEY TEMPLE ("Starring in 20th Century Fox Pictures") SONG ALBUM (c. 1930s), a 4-page theatrical program (distributed at the RKO Hamilton Theatre in NYC) for the 1935 film, THE LITTLE COLONEL, sheet music for the film, STOWAWAY (1936 - GOODNIGHT MY LOVE), a 32-page children's promotional tie-in storybook (with production photographs) for the 1936 film, STOWAWAY, a 4-page theatrical program (distributed at the Tudor Theatre in NYC) for the 1936 film, CAPTAIN JANUARY, a 4-page Radio City Music Hall program for the 1936 film, THE POOR LITTLE RICH GIRL, sheet music for the film, SINCE YOU WENT AWAY (1944 - TOGETHER), an 8-page Warner Brothers press release for the 1949 film, THE STORY OF SEABISCUIT, a promotional sleeve for the 2005 DVD release of REBECCA OF SUNNYBROOK FARM (1938), a book jacket for CHILD STAR by Shirley Temple (1988 autobiography included in THE JIM LIVERSIDGE COLLECTION book holdings), miscellaneous sheet music from various SHIRLEY TEMPLE films (STAND UP AND CHEER, THE POOR LITTLE RICH GIRL, REBECCA OF SUNNYBROOK FARM, CAPTAIN JANUARY, etc.), various 8 x 10 - inch (black and white/color) publicity and production photographs featuring SHIRLEY TEMPLE (from BRIGHT EYES - 1934, CAPTAIN JANUARY - 1936 and LITTLE MISS BROADWAY - 1938), the envelope (addressed in Shirley Temple Black's hand) in which the signed note was sent, etc.
13 Topol - Inscribed ("Shalom") Signed (as "Chaim Topol") 3 x 5 inch index card (No date) - Israeli born leading character actor - Most famous as "Tevye" in the 1971 film version of FIDDLER ON THE ROOF. Other films include: I LIKE MIKE (1961), EL DORADO (1963), CAST A GIANT SHADOW (1966), A TALENT FOR LOVING (1969), BEFORE WINTER COMES (1969), FOLLOW ME (1972), GALILEO (1975), THE HOUSE ON GARIBALDI STREET (1979), FLASH GORDON (1980), FOR YOUR EYES ONLY (1981), LEFT LUGGAGE (1998), etc. Many television appearances including a co-starring role in THE WINDS OF WAR (1983) and WAR AND REMEMBRANCE (1988 - 89).
13 Topol (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings, a 12-page program (distributed at the Sutton Theatre in NYC - April 1969) for the 1969 film, BEFORE WINTER COMES and a copy of THE PLAYBILL FOR BOSTON program for the film, FIDDLER ON THE ROOF (1971) at the Cheri Cinema Complex in Boston (November 1971).
13 Wagner, Robert - Signed ("Bob Wagner") 4 x 5 inch album page (Signed in person following the "City Premiere" of the 20th Century Fox film, LET'S MAKE IT LEGAL at the Palace Theatre in Lawrence, Massachusetts - 1951. Wagner appeared with co-star MacDonald Carey and 20th Century Fox contract player, Joyce MacKenzie, to promote the film). American film and television leading man. Films include: HALLS OF MONTEZUMA (1950), TERESA (1951), THE FROGMEN (1951), WITH A SONG IN MY HEART (1952), WHAT PRICE GLORY (1952), STARS AND STRIPES FOREVER (1952), TITANIC (1953), PRINCE VALIANT (1954), BROKEN LANCE (1954), A KISS BEFORE DYING (1956), THE MOUNTAIN (1956), THE TRUE STORY OF JESSE JAMES (1957), SAY ONE FOR ME (1959), THE LONGEST DAY (1962), THE PINK PANTHER (1963), HARPER (1966), WINNING (1969), THE TOWERING INFERNO (1974), I AM THE CHEESE (1983), AUSTIN POWERS: INTERNATIONAL MAN OF MYSTERY (1997), etc. Many television appearances including starring roles on IT TAKES A THIEF (1968 - 70), COLDITZ (1972 - 74), SWITCH (1975 - 78), HART TO HART (1979 - 84), LIME STREET (1985 - 87), etc. Marriages to actresses Natalie Wood, Marion Marshall and Jill St. John.
13 Wagner, Robert (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous biographical information including a 1-page 20th Century Fox press release for the 1952 film, STARS AND STRIPES FOREVER, a 1-page 20th Century Fox press release for the 1953 film, TITANIC, a 13 page (pink) press book and sheet music for the 1963 film, THE PINK PANTHER a (1968) 4 - page pressbook for the MGM production of THE BIGGEST BUNDLE OF THEM ALL (directed by Ken Annakin and starring ROBERT WAGNER, Raquel Welch, Godfrey Cambridge, Vittorio De Sica, Edward G. Robinson, etc.), etc.
13 Weissmuller, Johnny #1 - Inscribed ("For Peter, Best Regards...'Tarzan' ") signed 5 x 7 inch (black and white) photograph of a young Johnny Weissmuller with an unidentified swim team (No date). American (born in Austria -Hungary - now Romania) Olympic gold medal swimmer and leading man in films - Most famous as "Tarzan, the Ape Man" in a series of films of the 1930s and 1940s. Other films include: SWAMP FIRE (1946), JUNGLE JIM (1948), THE LOST TRIBE (1949), MARK OF THE GORILLA (1950), CAPTIVE GIRL (1950), FURY OF THE CONGO (1951), VOODOO TIGER (1952), JUNGLE MOON MEN (1955), WON TON TON: THE DOG WHO SAVED HOLLYWOOD (1976), etc. Appeared on television as JUNGLE JIM (1955 - 56). Was married to actress, Lupe Velez ("The Mexican Spitfire").
13 Weissmuller, Johnny #2 - Signed 3.5 x 5.5 inch "Caesars Palace - Las Vegas, Nevada" promotional postcard featuring Weissmuller and John Sheffield (as "Boy") with biographical information on the reverse side (Received through the mail - February 11, 1974 - At the time, Johnny Weissmuller was employed as an official guest greeter at the Casino). American (born in Austria -Hungary - now Romania) Olympic gold medal swimmer and leading man in films - Most famous as "Tarzan, the Ape Man" in a series of films of the 1930s and 1940s. Other films include: SWAMP FIRE (1946), JUNGLE JIM (1948), THE LOST TRIBE (1949), MARK OF THE GORILLA (1950), CAPTIVE GIRL (1950), FURY OF THE CONGO (1951), VOODOO TIGER (1952), JUNGLE MOON MEN (1955), WON TON TON: THE DOG WHO SAVED HOLLYWOOD (1976), etc. Appeared on television as JUNGLE JIM (1955 - 56). Was married to actress, Lupe Velez ("The Mexican Spitfire").
13 Weissmuller, Johnny (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings (including obituaries), two MGM 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) publicity photographs of JOHNNY WEISSMULLER (wearing street clothing) and the ("Caesars Palace") envelope in which the signed postcard was sent.
13 Wise, Robert - Signed 8 x 10 inch (black and white) publicity photograph (Received through mail - July, 2001). Oscar winning American film director (BEST DIRECTOR - WEST SIDE STORY - 1961 and BEST DIRECTOR - THE SOUND OF MUSIC - 1965). Other films include: CITIZEN KANE (1941 - Film editor), THE MAGNIFICENT AMBERSONS (1942 - Directed additional sequences), THE CURSE OF THE CAT PEOPLE (1944), THE BODY SNATCHER (1945), BLOOD ON THE MOON (1948), THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL (1951), THE DESERT RATS (1953), SO BIG (1953), EXECUTIVE SUITE (1954), SOMEBODY UP THERE LIKES ME (1956), RUN SILENT, RUN DEEP (1958), I WANT TO LIVE (1958), TWO FOR THE SEESAW (1962), THE HAUNTING (1963), THE SAND PEBBLES (1966), STAR! (1968), THE ANDROMEDA STRAIN (1971), THE HINDENBURG (1975), etc.
13 Wise, Robert (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings (including obituaries) and a 1-page Twentieth Century-Fox press release for the 1966 film, THE SAND PEBBLES.
13 Wiseman, Joseph - Inscribed ("Jim, All the Best") signed 8 x 10 inch (black and white) publicity photograph (Received through the mail - May 2001) - Canadian character actor on stage and film - Most famous as DR. NO (1962) in the first "James Bond" film. Other films include: DETECTIVE STORY (1951), VIVA ZAPATA (1952), LES MISERABLES (1952), THE SILVER CHALICE (1954), THE PRODIGAL (1955), THREE BRAVE MEN (1956), THE GARMENT JUNGLE (1957), THE UNFORGIVEN (1960), THE HAPPY THIEVES (1962), BYE BYE BRAVERMAN (1968), THE NIGHT THEY RAIDED MINSKYS (1968), LAWMAN (1971), THE VALACHI PAPERS (1972), THE APPRENTICESHIP OF DUDDY KRAVITZ (1974), THE BETSY (1978), SEIZE THE DAY (1986), etc. Many television appearances including a regular role on CRIME STORY (1986 - 88). Was married to dancer, Pearl Lang.
13 Wiseman, Joseph (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings (including obituaries), a promotional DVD sleeve for the 2008 "Two -Disc Ultimate Edition" release of DR. NO (1962) and the envelope (with return address written in Joseph Wiseman's Hand) in which the signed photograph was sent.
13 Woodward, Joanne - Signed 3 x 5 inch index card (No date). Oscar winning (Best Actress - THE THREE FACES OF EVE - 1957) - American leading lady on stage and film. Other films include: COUNT THREE AND PRAY (1955), A KISS BEFORE DYING (1956), NO DOWN PAYMENT (1957), THE LONG HOT SUMMER (1958), RALLY 'ROUND THE FLAG, BOYS (1958), THE SOUND AND THE FURY (1959), THE FUGITIVE KIND (1959), FROM THE TERRACE (1960), THE STRIPPER (1963), A BIG HAND FOR A LITTLE LADY (1966), RACHEL, RACHEL (1968), WINNING (1969), THEY MIGHT BE GIANTS (1971), THE EFFECT OF GAMMA RAYS ON MAN -IN-THE-MOON MARIGOLDS (1972), SUMMER WISHES, WINTER DREAMS (1973), MR. AND MRS. BRIDGE (1990), PHILADELPHIA (1993), etc. Many television appearances. Was married to actor, Paul Newman.
13 Woodward, Joanne (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous biographical information and a theatrical program for JOANNE WOODWARD AND PAUL NEWMAN: A COLLECTION OF MEMORABLE CHARACTERIZATIONS FROM THEIR DISTINGUISHED MOTION PICTURE CAREERS presented by THE FILM SOCIETY OF LINCOLN CENTER in NYC (May 5, 1975).

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14 Astaire, Fred - Signature (cut) - also signed (cut) by actress, Ginger Rogers - Both signatures have been matted (11 x 17) with an 8 x 10 inch (color) reproduction of a poster for the film, TOP HAT (1935) - No date for the signatures. FRED ASTAIRE - American actor-dancer. He was a successful vaudeville and international musical-comedy stage star with his sister, Adele. Films include: DANCING LADY (1933), TOP HAT (1935), FOLLOW THE FLEET (1936), SWING TIME (1936), THE STORY OF VERNON AND IRENE CASTLE (1939), BROADWAY MELODY OF 1940 (1940), HOLIDAY INN (1942), ZIEGFELD FOLLIES (1944), BLUE SKIES (1946), EASTER PARADE (1948), ROYAL WEDDING (1952),THE BAND WAGON (1953), DADDY LONG LEGS (1955), FUNNY FACE (1956), ON THE BEACH (1959), FINIAN'S RAINBOW (1967), THE TOWERING INFERNO (1974), THAT'S ENTERTAINMENT (1974), etc. GINGER ROGERS - Oscar Winning (Best Actress - KITTY FOYLE - 1940) leading lady and dancer on stage and film. Other films include: A DAY OF A MAN OF AFFAIRS (1929), 42ND STREET (1933), GOLD DIGGERS OF 1933 (1933), FLYING DOWN TO RIO (1933), ROBERTA (1935), SWING TIME (1936), STAGE DOOR (1937), THE STORY OF VERNON AND IRENE CASTLE (1939), BACHELOR MOTHER (1939), TOM, DICK AND HARRY (1941), ROXIE HART (1942), THE MAJOR AND THE MINOR (1942), ONCE UPON A HONEYMOOON (1942), LADY IN THE DARK (1944), I'LL BE SEEING YOU (1944), MAGNIFICENT DOLL (1946), THE BARKLEY'S OF BROADWAY (1949), STORM WARNING (1951), DREAMBOAT (1952), MONKEY BUSINESS (1952), BLACK WIDOW (1954), OH, MEN! OH, WOMEN! (1957), HARLOW (1965), etc. Many television appearances. Was married to actors Jack Pepper (CAT BALLOU, etc), Lew Ayres (ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT, etc.), Jack Briggs (TOM, DICK AND HARRY, etc.) Jacques Bergerac (LES GIRLS, etc.) and William Marshall (STATE FAIR, etc.).
14 Astaire, Fred (BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings (including obituaries), sheet music for the film GOLD DIGGERS OF 1933 (1933- I'VE GOT TO SING A TORCH SONG, SHADOW WALTZ, etc.), sheet music for the film 20 MILLION SWEETHEARTS (1934 - I'LL STRING ALONG WITH YOU), sheet music for the film, SWING TIME (1936 - PICK YOURSELF UP), sheet music for the film, SHALL WE DANCE (1937 - THEY CAN'T TAKE THAT AWAY FROM ME), sheet music for the film LADY IN THE DARK (1944- SUDDENLY IT'S SPRING), a (1947) three-page press release for the Columbia Pictures production of IT HAD TO BE YOU (directed by Don Hartman and Rudolph Mate and starring GINGER ROGERS, Cornel Wilde, Spring Byington, Ron Randell, etc.), three theatrical programs and ticket stubs for THE GINGER ROGERS SHOW (with Johnny Dark) at the North Shore Music Theatre in Beverly, Massachusetts (August 18, 1976), various 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) publicity and production photographs featuring GINGER ROGERS (from THE STORY OF VERNON AND IRENE CASTLE - 1939, ROXIE HART - 1942 and THE GROOM WORE SPURS - 1951), book jackets for HOLLYWOOD MUSICALS by Ted Sennet (1981), THE HOLLYWOOD MUSICAL by Clive Hirschhorn (1981), GLAMOROUS MUSICALS by Ronald Bergan (1984), ASTAIRE DANCING: THE MUSICAL FILMS by John Mueller (1985), FRED ASTAIRE: HIS FRIENDS TALK by Sarah Giles (1988) and GINGER: MY STORY by Ginger Rogers (1991) - All titles are included in THE JIM LIVERSIDGE COLLECTION book holdings, etc.
14 Browning, Ricou - Signed 3 x 5 inch index card also signed by actress, Julie Adams - Mounted on a 14 x 18 inch matt with an 8 x 10 inch (color) photograph (picturing Julie Adams and the "Creature" - Ben Chapman - from the film, THE CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON (1954) including a "Creature" image 100 Dollar bill signed by actor, Ben Chapman (No date for all signatures). RICOU BROWNING - Underwater stuntman, writer and film director - Most famous as the "Creature from the Black Lagoon" in the underwater sequences for the 1954 film. Other films include: 20, 000 LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA (1954 - stunts), REVENGE OF THE CREATURE (1955 - stunts), THE CREATURE WALKS AMONG US (1956 - stunts), FLIPPER'S NEW ADVENTURE (1964 - actor), THUNDERBALL (1965 - underwater director), AROUND THE WORLD UNDER THE SEA (1966 - diving sequence director), LADY IN CEMENT (1968 - stager for underwater sequences), LUCKY LADY (1975 - second unit director), NEVER SAY NEVER AGAIN (1983 - underwater sequence director), etc. Actor, writer, producer and director for Ivan Tors Productions including episodes of SEA HUNT (1958 - 61) and FLIPPER (1964 - 67) on television. BEN CHAPMAN - American (of Tahitian descent) actor - Most famous as "The Creature from the Black Lagoon" in the out of water sequences for the 1954 film. Other films include: PAGAN LOVE SONG (1950), HAWAIIAN NIGHTS (1954), MA AND PA KETTLE AT WAIKIKI (1955), JUNGLE MOON MEN (1955), etc. JULIE ADAMS - American leading lady on film and television - Most famous as the "girlfriend" of "The Creature from the Black Lagoon in the 1954 film. Other films include: RED, HOT AND BLUE (1949), THE DALTON GANG (1949), HOLLYWOOD STORY (1951), BRIGHT VICTORY (1951), BEND OF THE RIVER (1952), THE LAWLESS BREED (1953), FRANCIS JOINS THE WACS (1054), SIX BRIDGES TO CROSS (1955), THE PRIVATE WAR OF MAJOR BENSON (1955), TICKLKE ME (1965), THE LAST MOVIE (1971), CHAMPIONS (1984), WORLD TRADE CENTER (2006), etc. Many television appearances including a co-starring role on THE JIMMY STEWART SHOW (1971 - 72) and a recurring role on MURDER, SHE WROTE (1987 - 93).
14 Browning, Ricou (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous biographical information pertaining to the careers of Ricou Browning, Ben Chapman and Julie Adams.
14 Cortez, Ricardo - Inscribed ("To Ted...Who always has things under control - With Kindest Regards") signed 11 x 13 inch (sepia-toned) publicity photograph (No date) - Austrian born leading man in American films - Most famous as the original "Sam Spade" in the 1931 film version of THE MALTESE FALCON. Other films include: THE IMP (1919), CHILDREN OF JAZZ (1923), THE SWAN (1925), THE PRIVATE LIFE OF HELEN OF TROY (1927), NEW ORLEANS (1929), FLESH (1932), TORCH SINGER (1933), WONDER BAR (1934), FRISCO KID (1935), CHARLIE CHAN IN RIO (1939), TOMORROW WE LIVE (1942), THE LOCKET (1946), THE LAST HURRAH (1958), etc.
14 Cortez, Ricardo (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous biographical information.
14 Hasso, Signe - Signed (mounted) 10 x 15 inch book page (information and photographs for the film THE SEVENTH CROSS - 1944) - Signed, in person, following a stage performance in the summer stock production of COME AND BE KILLED (World Premiere) at the North Shore Music Theatre in Beverly, Massachusetts (July 10, 1975) - Swedish born leading lady in American films. Films include: HOUSE OF SILENCE (1933), CAREER (1938), JOURNEY FOR MARGARET (1942), ASSIGNMENT IN BRITTANY (1943), THE STORY OF DR. WASSELL (1944), THE SEVENTH CROSS (1944), THE HOUSE ON 92ND STREET (1945), JOHNNY ANGEL (1945), A DOUBLE LIFE (1947), TO THE ENDS OF THE EARTH (1948), CRISIS (1950), etc. Many television and stage appearances.
14 Hasso, Signe (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings (including obituary) and a 1945 magazine advertisement for Chesterfield cigarettes featuring Signe Hasso promoting the film, THE HOUSE ON 92ND STREET.
14 Martin, Dean - Signed 8 x 10 inch (color) publicity photograph (matted - 11 x 17 inch) - American leading man and singer on film, radio, television, recordings and in nightclubs. Former partner in comedy team with Jerry Lewis. Films include: MY FRIEND IRMA (1949), AT WAR WITH THE ARMY (1950), JUMPING JACKS (1952), THE STOOGE (1952), THE CADDY (1953), LIVING IT UP (1954), YOU'RE NEVER TOO YOUNG (1955), PARDNERS (1956), THE YOUNG LIONS (1958), SOME CAME RUNNING (1958), RIO BRAVO (1959), BELLS ARE RINGING (1960), OCEAN'S 11 (1960), SERGEANTS 3 (1962), TOYS IN THE ATTIC (1963), WHAT A WAY TO GO (1964), ROBIN AND THE SEVEN HOODS (1964), KISS ME, STUPID (1964), THE SONS OF KATIE ELDER (1965), THE SILENCERS (1966), BANDOLERO (1968), 5 CARD STUD (1968), AIRPORT (1970), THE CANNONBALL RUN (1981), etc. Many television appearances including his own variety series, THE DEAN MARTIN SHOW (1965 - 74).
14 Martin, Dean (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings (including obituaries), magazine advertisements for Chesterfield cigarettes (1952 - with Jerry Lewis), the Sands Hotel and Casino (1958), Rheingold Beer (1958), an 8 page Film Bulletin (March 17, 1958) promotional magazine insert for the film, THE YOUNG LIONS, miscellaneous magazine covers featuring Dean Martin, a 1954 lobby card for the film LIVING IT UP, sheet music for the film, THE CADDY (1953 - THAT'S AMORE), sheet music for the film, BELLS ARE RINGING (1960 - TITLE SONG), an 8 x 10 inch (black and white) publicity photograph of Martin and Lewis, an 8 x 10 inch (color) production photograph of "The Rat Pack" from OCEAN'S 11 (1960), two 8 x 10 inch production photographs from the film, ROBIN AND THE SEVEN HOODS (1964), a 1964 (33-page) copy of the DEAN MARTNI SINGS! songbook (published by Sands Music Corporation , NYC), a 4 page pressbook for the 1968 film, FIVE CARD STUD, two 4-page pressbooks for the 1968 film, THE AMBUSHERS, a 4-page pressbook for the 1968 film, HOW TO SAVE A MARRIAGE - AND RUIN YOUR LIFE, miscellaneous promotional CD sleeves, promotional postcard heralds announcing RAT PACK: THE TRIBUTE TO FRANK, SAMMY, JOEY AND DEAN at the Greek Isles Hotel And Casino in Las Vegas (2007) and book jackets for EVERYBODY LOVES SOMEBODY SOMETIME (ESPECIALLY HIMSELF) by Arthur Marx (1974), DINO: LIVING HIGH IN THE DIRTY BUSINESS OF DREAMS by Nick Tosches (1992), BACKSTAGE AT THE DEAN MARTIN SHOW by Lee Hale w/ Richard D. Neely (2000), THAT'S AMORE: A SON REMEMBERS DEAN MARTIN by Ricci Martin w/ Christopher Smith (2002) and MEMORIES ARE MADE OF THIS: DEAN MARTIN THROUGH HIS DAUGHTER'S EYES by Deana Martin w/ Wendy Holden - All titles included in THE JIM LIVERSIDGE COLLECTION book holdings.
15 Oberon, Merle - Inscribed ("Liza, Affectionately") signed 10 x 13 inch (black and white) publicity photograph (No date) - India-born leading lady in American films - Most famous as "Cathy" in the 1939 film, WUTHERING HEIGHTS. Other films include: THE THREE PASSIONS (1928), THE PRIVATE LIFE OF HENRY VIII (1933), THE PRIVATE LIFE OF DON JUAN (1934), THE SCARLET PIMPERNAL (1934), THE DARK ANGEL (1935), THESE THREE (1936), THE COWBOY AND THE LADY (1938), LYDIA (1941), THE LODGER (1944), A SONG TO REMEMBER (1945), BERLIN EXPRESS (1948), DEEP IN MY HEART (1954), THE PRICE OF FEAR (1956), HOTEL (1967), etc. Many television appearances. Was married to film director, Alexander Korda (THE THIEF OF BAGDAD, etc.), cinematographer, Lucien Ballard (THE WILD BUNCH, etc.) and actor, Robert Wolders (the television series, LAREDO, etc.).
15 Oberon, Merle (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous biographical information.
15 Parks, Larry - Signed 3 x 5 inch album page - Matted (11 x 16) with an 8 x 10 inch (black and white) publicity photograph (No date) - American leading man - Most famous for his role as "Al Jolson" in two popular biopics - THE JOLSON STORY (1946) and JOLSON SINGS AGAIN (1949). As the first major Hollywood star to testify before the House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC), his film career ended after admitting membership in a Communist Party organization. Other films include: MYSTERY SHIP (1941), HARMON OF MICHIGAN (1941), CANAL ZONE (1942), THE BOOGIE MAN WILL GET YOU (1942), YOU WERE NEVER LOVELIER (1942), REVEILLE WITH BEVERLY (1943), DESTROYER (1943), IS EVERYBODY HAPPY? (1934), JAM SESSION (1944), SERGEANT MIKE (1944), COUNTER-ATTACK (1945), DOWN TO EARTH (1947), LOVE IS BETTER THAN EVER (1952), FREUD (1962), etc. Was married to actress, Betty Garrett (ON THE TOWN, WORDS AND MUSIC , etc.)
15 Parks, Larry (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings (including obituaries and articles pertaining to the 1975 theatrical re- release of THE JOLSON STORY), various (1946) copies of sheet music from the Columbia Pictures production of THE JOLSON STORY starring LARRY PARKS ("The Anniversary Song" - Words and music by Al Jolson, Saul Chaplin and "April Showers" - Words by B. G. DeSylva and music by Louis Silvers, etc.), various 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) publicity and production photographs featuring LARRY PARKS (from the 1944 Columbia Pictures production of SHE'S A SWEETHEART with Jane Frazee, from the 1951 MGM production of LOVE IS BETTER THAN EVER with Elizabeth Taylor and from the 1953 stage production of ANONYMOUS LOVER with his wife Betty Garrett), a (1963) Music Box Theatre (NYC) "Premiere" Playbill program for LOVE AND KISSES starring LARRY PARKS and Mary Fickett, a (1964) Studebaker Theatre (Chicago) Stagebill program for ANY WEDNESDAY starring LARRY PARKS, a (1982) 20-page (plastic ring binder) press book (with production notes and cast and crew biographies) for the Universal Pictures production of FREUD (directed by John Huston and starring Montgomery Clift, Susannah York, LARRY PARKS, Susan Kohner, David McCallum, Eileen Herlie, etc.), two issues of THE JOLSON JOURNAL (Publication of THE ORIGINAL INTERNATIONAL AL JOLSON SOCIETY) pertaining to the life and career of Larry Parks. See, also, BLACKFACE TO BLACKLIST: AL JOLSON, LARRY PARKS AND THE JOLSON STORY by Doug McClelland (1987 - included in THE JIM LIVERSIDGE COLLECTION book holdings).
15 Preston, Robert - Inscribed ("Best Always") signed album page - Matted (14 x 18 inch) with the sheet music (SEVENTY SIX TROMBONES) and the signed album pages of the principal film cast of THE MUSIC MAN (1962) - Shirley Jones, Buddy Hackett, Hermione Gingold and Paul Ford. ROBERT PRESTON: American film and stage leading man. Tony Award winner for the Broadway productions of THE MUSIC MAN (1958) and I DO! I DO! (1967). Other films include: KING OF ALCATRAZ (1938), UNION PACIFIC (1939), BEAU GESTE (1939), NORTH WEST MOUNTED POLICE (1940), REAP THE WILD WIND (1942), THIS GUN FOR HIRE (1942), WAKE ISLAND (1942), STAR SPANGLED RHYTHM (1942), THE MACOMBER AFFAIR (1947), BIG CITY (1948), BLOOD ON THE MOON (1948), THE SUNDOWNERS (1950), MAN AGAINST CRIME (1949), THE DARK AT THE TOP OF THE STAIRS (1960), HOW THE WEST WAS WON (1962), ALL THE WAY HOME (1963), MAME (1974), S.O.B. (1981), VICTOR VICTORIA (1982), THE LAST STARFIGHTER (1984), etc. Many television appearances including his own series, THE CHISHOLMS (1980). SHIRLEY JONES - Oscar winning (Best Supporting Actress - ELMER GANTRY - 1960) leading lady and singer on film, stage and television. Other films include: OKLAHOMA (1955), CAROUSEL (1956), APRIL LOVE (1957), NEVER STEAL ANYTHING SMALL (1959), BOBBIKINS (1959), PEPE (1960), TWO RODE TOGETHER (1961), THE COURTSHIP OF EDDIE'S FATHER (1963), BEDTIME STORY (1964), FLUFFY (1965), THE HAPPY ENDING (1969), THE CHEYENNE SOCIAL CLUB (1970), BEYOND THE POSEIDON ADVENTURE (1979), etc. Many television appearances including starring roles on THE PARTRIDGE FAMILY (1970 - 74) and SHIRLEY (1979 - 80). Married to actors, Jack Cassidy (W.C. FIELDS AND ME, etc.) and Marty Ingels (I'M DICKENS, HE'S FENSTER, etc.). BUDDY HACKETT - American nightclub comedian and character actor on film, stage and television. Other films include: WALKING MY BABY BACK HOME (1953), FIREMAN SAVE MY CHILD (1954), GOD'S LITTLE ACRE (1958), ALL HANDS ON DECK (1961), THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF THE BROTHERS GRIMM (1962), IT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD (1963), MUSCLE BEACH PARTY (1964), THE GOLDEN HEAD (1964), THE LOVE BUG (1968), SCROOGED (1988), THE LITTLE MERMAID (1989), etc. Many television appearances including his own series, STANLEY (1956 - 57) and a co-starring role on ACTION (1999 - 2000). See, also, ephemera pertaining to IT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD included in THE JIM LIVERSIDGE COLLECTION. HERMIOINE GINGOLD - British character actress on stage, film and television. Other films include: DANCE PRETTY LADY (1932), THE PICKWICK PAPERS (1952), AROUND THE WORLD IN EIGHTY DAYS (1956), GIGI (1958), BELL, BOOK AND CANDLE (1958), GAY PURR-EE (1962), I'D RATHER BE RICH (1964), MUNSTER, GO HOME (1966), A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC (1977), GARBO TALKS (1984), etc. PAUL FORD - American leading character actor on stage, film and television. Tony Award winner for the Broadway production of NEVER TOO LATE (1963). Other films include: THE HOUSE ON 92ND STREET (1945), THE NAKED CITY (1948), ALL THE KING'S MEN (1949), THE MATCHMAKER (1958), ADVISE AND CONSENT (1962), WHO'S GOT THE ACTION (1962), IT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD (1963), NEVER TOO LATE (1965), THE RUSSIANS ARE COMING, THE RUSSIANS ARE COMING (1966), A BIG HAND FOR A LITTLE LADY (1966), THE COMEDIANS (1967), , etc. Many television appearances including his portrayal of "Colonel John Hall" on THE PHIL SILVERS SHOW (aka SGT. BILKO - 1955 - 59) and his own series, THE BAILEYS OF BALBOA (1964 - 65). See, also, ephemera pertaining to IT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD included in THE JIM LIVERSIDGE COLLECTION.
15 Preston, Robert (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous biographical information pertaining to the careers of Robert Preston, Shirley Jones, Buddy Hackett, Hermione Gingold and Paul Ford including sheet music for the Broadway production of THE MUSIC MAN starring Robert Preston (1957 - 61 - TILL THERE WAS YOU), a Playbill program for the Broadway production of THE MUSIC MAN at the Majestic Theatre in NYC (January 27, 1958), an undated 8 x 10 - inch (black and white) publicity photograph featuring ROBERT PRESTON in a stage production of THE SOLID GOLD CADILLAC, a 1974 -75 fundraising application for THE ACTOR'S FUND OF AMERICA featuring a plea from Robert Preston, a program for THE SHIRLEY JONES/JACK CASSIDY SHOW (No date or location listed), a 4-page program for the 1964 film, BEDTIME STORY (starring Shirley Jones), a pressbook for the film THE MUSIC MAN (1962) featuring the cast of the film and a 1-page handbill for the 1962 film, THE MUSIC MAN.
15 Webb, Jack - Signed (cut) signatures of Jack Webb and Harry Morgan - Matted (11 x 13.5 inch) with an 8 x 10 inch (black and white) photograph (in character as "Sgt. Joe Friday" and "Officer Bill Gannon" from the television show, "Dragnet"). JACK WEBB - American actor, director, writer and producer. Most famous for the television series "Dragnet" (1951 - 59 and 1967 - 70) Films include: THREE ON A MATCH (1932), HE WALKED BY NIGHT (1948), THE MEN (1950), SUNSET BLVD (1950), DARK CITY (1950), HALLS OF MONTEZUMA (1950), YOU'RE IN THE NAVY NOW (1951), DRAGNET (1954), PETE KELLY'S BLUES (1955), THE D.I. (1957), -30- (1959), THE LAST TIME I SAW ARCHIE (1961), DRAGNET (1966), etc. Was married to actress and recording artist, Julie London. HARRY MORGAN - American supporting actor (A.K.A. "Henry Morgan") on film and television. Most famous as "Colonel Sherman T. Potter" on the television series , M*A*S*H (1974 - 83). Films include: TO THE SHORES OF TRIPOLI (1942), ORCHESTRA WIVES (1942), CRASH DIVE (1943), THE OX-BOW INCIDENT (1943), A BELL FOR ADANO (1945), STATE FAIR (1945), ALL MY SONS (1948), THE BIG CLOCK (1948), YELLOW SKY (1948), DARK CITY (1950), BOOTS MALONE (1952), HIGH NOON (1952), BIG JIM McLAIN (1952), THUNDER BAY (1953), TORCH SONG (1953), THE GLENN MILLER STORY (1954), THE FAR COUNTRY (1954), STRATEGIC AIR COMMNAD (1955), PETE KELLY'S BLUES (1955), THE TEAHOUSE OF THE AUGUST MOON (1956), INHERIT THE WIND (1960), CIMARRON (1960), HOW THE WEST WAS WON (1962), THE SHOOTIST (1976), etc. Many television appearances including: DECEMBER BRIDE (1954 - 59), PETE AND GLADYS (1960 - 62), THE RICHARD BOONE SHOW (1963 - 64), DRAGNET (1967 - 70), HEC RAMSEY (1972 - 74), AFTER M*A*S*H (1983 - 84), etc.
15 Webb, Jack (Biographical Information) - Miscellaneous biographical information on the careers of Jack Webb and Harry Morgan including various magazine advertisements featuring Jack Webb (Chesterfield Cigarettes - 1954 and L&M Filter Cigarettes - 1958) and an issue of TV-Radio Life Magazine featuring Jack Webb, on the cover, promoting the film, "Pete Kelly's Blues" (August 20 - 26, 1955). See also, JUST THE FACTS, MA,AM (1999) by Daniel Moyer and Eugene Alvarez and MY NAME'S FRIDAY (2001) by Michael J. Hayde - both included in THE JIM LIVERSIDGE COLLECTION book holdings.

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16 E. T. - The Extra-Terrestrial (1982) - 2002 - 11 x 17 inch small movie poster (2 copies) promoting the 20th Anniversary of the 1982 film - "Never Before Seen Footage-Enhanced Visual Effects - New Re-Mastered Soundtrack"
16 Davis, Bette (c. 1940) - Miscellaneous oversize (Black and White/Color) publicity image prints of Bette Davis (c. late 1930s and early 1940s). See, also, BOX 5 ("Davis, Bette") for autographed items and additional biographical information pertaining to Bette Davis.
16 Fifty Years of Movie Posters (1973) - "Hollywood's Golden Era!" - A Trewin Copplestone Production - 1973 (12 x 17 inch) coffee table publication (Bounty Books, New York) compiled and edited with commentary by John Kobal. Featuring color and black and white reproduction poster art for films such as CLEOPATRA (1917), THE SON OF THE SHEIK (1926), THE JAZZ SINGER (1928), THE PUBLIC ENEMY (1931), WHILE PARIS SLEEPS (1932), ROMEO AND JULIET (1936), ON THE AVENUE (1936), MADAME X (1937), WEE WILLIE WINKIE (1937), YOU'LL NEVER GET RICH (1941), FOR ME AND MY GAL (1942), THE MAGNIFICENT AMBERSONS (1942), YANKEE DOODLE DANDY (1942), DOUBLE INDEMNITY (1944), THE GREAT GATSBY (1949), A STAR IS BORN (1954), BUS STOP (1956), THE SEVEN YEAR ITCH (1955) etc.
16 Mary Poppins (1964) - 11 x 11 inch souvenir program for the 1964 Walt Disney film starring Julie Andrews , Dick Van Dyke, David Tomlinson, Glynis Johns, Hermione Baddeley, Karin Dotrice, Matthew Garber, etc. Directed by Robert Stevenson with music and lyrics by Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman. The souvenir program was sold in theatres (usually at road show screenings) and features color and black and white production photographs with cast list and production information.
16 Movie Posters Calendar (2009) - 12 x 12 inch 2009 calendar produced to showcase THE NATIONAL FILM REGISTRY OF THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS and reproduces poster art for films such as FOOTLIGHT PARADE (1933), TARZAN AND HIS MATE (1934), ROMAN HOLIDAY (1953), KING KONG (1933), EASY RIDER (1969), REAR WINDOW (1954), MIDNIGHT COWBOY (1969), A STAR IS BORN (1954), etc.
16 The One and Only, Genuine, Original Family Band (1967) - 11 x 14 inch pressbook for the 1967 Walt Disney film. Contains suggested advertising formats and promotional ideas with cast and production information for "The brassiest, sassiest, lovingest, laughingest star-spangled hullabaloo!" starring Walter Brennan, Buddy Ebsen, Janet Blair, Lesley Ann Warren, John Davidson, Wally Cox, Kurt Russell, etc. Directed by Michael O' Herlihy with music and lyrics by Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman.
16 Papillon (1973) - 11 x 14 inch pressbook for the 1973 Allied Artists Film. Contains suggested advertising formats and promotional ideas with cast and production information for "The Greatest Adventure of Escape" starring Steve McQueen, Dustin Hoffman, Victor Jory, Don Gordon, Anthony Zerbe, etc. Directed by Franklin J. Schaffner with the screenplay by Dalton Trumbo and Lorenzo Semple, Jr.
16 Spencer's Mountain (1963) - Set of 8 - 11 x 13 inch (color) lobby cards produced to promote the 1963 Warner Brothers film (the inspiration for television's THE WALTONS) starring Henry Fonda, Maureen O' Hara, James MacArthur, Donald Crisp, Wally Cox and "Introducing Mimsy Farmer." Directed by Delmer Daves.
16 Spencer's Mountain (1963) - 11 x 17 inch pressbook for the 1963 Warner Brothers film. Contains suggested advertising formats and promotional ideas with cast and production information for "The bursting with life best-seller" about "...the summer the whole raucous, rollicking Spencer clan would never forget." starring Henry Fonda, Maureen O' Hara, James MacArthur, Donald Crisp, Wally Cox and "Introducing Mimsy Farmer." Directed by Delmer Daves.
16 Star Trek (1986) - 13 x 20 inch (color) poster (STAR TREK -TWENTY YEARS 1966-1986 - "THESE ARE THE VOYAGES WHERE THE LEGEND BEGAN"). PRESENTED AS A GIFT TO THE DEPARTMENT OF SPECIAL AND AREA STUDIES COLLECTIONS/ POPULAR CULTURE COLLECTIONS FROM NELDA SCHWARTZ - GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA.
16 Taming of the Shrew, The (1967) - 11 x 11 inch souvenir program for the 1967 Columbia Pictures film starring Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton, Cyril Cusack, Michael Hordern, Victor Spinetti, Roy Holder, Michael York, etc. Directed by Franco Zeffirelli. The souvenir program was sold in theatres (usually at road show screenings) and features color and black and white production photographs with cast list and production information.

CINEMA - POSTERS - MISCELLANEOUS (STORED IN FLAT LIVERSIDGE COLLECTION POSTER CABINET - ROOM 200C)

See, also, THOSE GREAT MOVIE ADS by Joe Morella, E.Z. Epstein and Eleanor Clark, REEL ART: GREAT POSTERS FROM THE GOLDEN AGE OF THE SILVER SCREEN by Steven Rebello and Richard Allen and MIGHTY MOVIES: MOVIE POSTER ART FROM HOLLYWOOD'S GREATEST ADVENTURE EPICS AND SPECTACULARS by Lawrence Bassoff - All titles included in THE JIM LIVERSIDGE COLLECTION book holdings.


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17 Airport. 14 x 36 inch insert (Framed in curator's office) for the 1970 Universal Pictures' production starring Burt Lancaster, Dean Martin, Jean Seberg, Jacqueline Bisset. George Kennedy, Helen Hayes, Van Heflin, Maureen Stapleton, Barry Nelson, Lloyd Nolan, Dana Wynter, Barbara Hale, etc. Screenplay by George Seaton. Directed by George Seaton. "The Number One Novel of The Year...Now a Motion Picture!"
17 Alien. 24 x 36 inch commercial print for the 1979 science fiction thriller starring Sigourney Weaver, Tom Skerritt, Veronica Cartwright, Harry Dean Stanton, Ian Holm, John Hurt, Yaphet Kotto, etc. Screenplay by Dan O' Bannon. Directed by Ridley Scott. "In space no one can hear you scream."
17 Austin Powers - International Man of Mystery. 11 x 17 inch newspaper insert promoting "Entertainment Weekly on Campus - The Ticket" and the 1997 spy spoof starring Mike Myers, Elizabeth Hurley, Michael York, Mimi Rogers, Robert Wagner, Seth Green, etc. Screenplay by Mike Myers. Directed by Jay Roach.
17 Battle of the Bulge. 22 x 28 jumbo window card for the 1965 Warner Brothers' production ("Direct from its Reserved Seat Engagements. First time at popular prices.") starring Henry Fonda, Robert Shaw, Robert Ryan, Dana Andrews, Pier Angeli, Barbara Werle, George Montgomery, Ty Hardin, Charles Bronson, Hans Christian Blech, Werner Peters, James MacArthur , Telly Savalas, etc. Screenplay by Philip Yordan, Milton Sperling and John Melson. Directed by Ken Annakin. Originally presented as a CINERAMA road show. "The most intensely personal drama of men ever told."
17 Birds, The. 27 x 40 inch commercial print for the 1963 Universal release starring Rod Taylor, ("introducing") Tippi Hedren ("A Fascinating New Personality"), Jessica Tandy, Suzanne Pleshette, Veronica Cartwright, etc. Screenplay by Evan Hunter. Directed by Alfred Hitchcock ("It could be the most terrifying motion picture I have ever made."). "...and remember, the next scream you hear may be your own!"
17 Blood Work. 17 x 25 inch window card for the 2002 Warner Brothers' production starring Clint Eastwood ("He's a heartbeat away from catching the killer"), Jeff Daniels, Wanda De Jesus, Tina Lifford, Paul Rodriguez, Dylan Walsh, Anjelica Huston, etc. Screenplay by Brian Helgeland. Directed by Clint Eastwood.
17 Captain Blood. 18 x 28 inch poster reprint for the 1935 Warner Brothers' production staring Errol Flynn, Olivia deHavilland, Lionel Atwill, Basil Rathbone, Ross Alexander, Guy Kibbee, Henry Stephenson, Robert Barrett, Hobart Cavanaugh, etc. Screenplay by Rafael Sabatini and Casey Robinson. Directed by Michael Curtiz.
17 Casablanca. 24 x 36 inch commercial print celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the 1943 Warner Brothers' production starring Humphrey Bogart, Ingrid Bergman, Paul Henreid, Claude Rains, Conrad Veidt, Sydney Greenstreet, Peter Lorre, etc. Screenplay by Julius J. and Philip G. Epstein and Howard Koch. Directed by Michael Curtiz.
17 Celtic Pride. 26 x 40 inch video release one-sheet for the 1996 Hollywood Pictures' production starring Damon Wayans, Daniel Stern, Dan Aykroyd, Gail O' Grady, Christopher McDonald, etc. Screenplay by Judd Apatow and Colin Quinn. Directed by Tom De Cerchio. "If you can't beat 'em...steal him!"
17 Citizen Kane. 18 x 24 inch reprint for the 1941 RKO Radio Pictures' production starring "The Mercury Actors" - Orson Welles, Joseph Cotton, Dorothy Comingore, Everett Sloane, Ray Collins, George Coulouris, Agnes Moorehead, Paul Stewart, Ruth Warrick, Erskine Sanford, William Alland, etc. Screenplay by Orson Welles and Herman Mankiewicz. Directed by Orson Welles. "It's Terrific!"
17 Comic, The. 22 x 28 inch half sheet for the 1969 Columbia Pictures' production starring Dick Van Dyke, Michele Lee, Mickey Rooney, Cornel Wilde, Steve Allen, etc. Screenplay by Carl Reiner and Aaron Rubin. Directed by Carl Reiner. "A funny new motion picture that tells Hollywood like it was! - Hear Dennis Yost and the Classics IV sing "The Comic" on Imperial Records."
17 Davis, Bette (1941 Birthday Party/Film Premiere). 21 x 27 - inch (1941) red, white and blue (with pink lace border) promotional poster announcing the "HAPPY BIRTHDAY PARTY - BETTE DAVIS - APRIL 5 - LITTLETON, NH" event in conjunction with the World Premiere of the Warner Brothers Pictures production of THE GREAT LIE in Littleton, NH (near the Sugar Hill, New Hampshire vacation home of Bette Davis and her husband, Arthur Farnsworth). SEE, ALSO: BOX 5a - CINEMA - AUTOGRAPHS and RELATED BIOGRAPHICAL EPHEMERA - DAVIS, BETTE.
17 Dead Poets Society. 18 x 26 inch jumbo window card for the 1989 Touchstone Pictures' production starring Robin Williams ("He was their inspiration. He made their lives extraordinary."), Robert Sean Leonard, Ethan Hawke, Kurtwood Smith, Norman Lloyd, etc. Screenplay by Tom Schulman. Directed by Peter Weir.
17 Dr. No. 14 x 36 inch insert for the 1962 United Artists' production ("The First James Bond Film Adventure") starring Sean Connery, Ursula Andress, Joseph Wiseman, Jack Lord, Bernard Lee, etc. Screenplay by Richard Maibaum, Johanna Harwood and Berkley Mather. Directed by Terence Young. "Now meet the most extraordinary gentleman spy in all fiction...James Bond, Agent 007...The double "0" means he has a license to kill when he chooses...where he chooses...whom he chooses!"
17 Doors, The. 18 x 24 inch teaser poster for the 1991 Tri-Star Pictures' production starring Val Kilmer, Meg Ryan, Frank Whaley, Kyle MacLachlan, Kevin Dillon, etc. Screenplay by Randall Jahnson and Oliver Stone. Directed by Oliver Stone. "The Ceremony Is About To Begin. March 1"
17 Fabulous Baker Boys, The. 16 x 20 inch window card for the 1989 20th Century Fox production starring Jeff Bridges, Michelle Pfeiffer, Beau Bridges, etc. Screenplay by Steve Kloves. Directed by Steve Kloves. "For 31 years it's been just the Fabulous Baker Boys...but times change."
17 Fast Times At Ridgemont High. 27 x 41 inch one sheet for the 1982 Universal Pictures' production ("It's Awesome! Totally Awesome!") starring Sean Penn, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Judge Reinhold, Phoebe Cates, Brian Backer, Robert Romanus, Ray Walston, etc. Screenplay by Cameron Crowe. Directed by Amy Heckerling. "At Ridgemont High Only the Rules get Busted!"
17 5 Card Stud. 14 x 36 inch insert (Framed in curator's office) for the 1968 Paramount Pictures' production starring Dean Martin ("...the hellfire gambler"), Robert Mitchum ("...the gunfire preacher"), Inger Stevens, Roddy McDowall, Katherine Justice, etc. Screenplay by Marguerite Roberts. Directed by Henry Hathaway. "A card cheat was hung...then all hell broke loose! From the producer (Hal Wallis) of THE SONS OF KATIE ELDER, GUNFIGHT AT THE O.K. CORRAL and LAST TRAIN FROM GUNHILL."
17 48 Hours. 27 x 41 inch one sheet for the 1982 Paramount Pictures' production starring Nick Nolte, Eddie Murphy, Annette O' Toole, etc. Screenplay by Roger Spottswode and Walter Hill and Larry Gross and Steve E. de Souza. Directed by Walter Hill. "The boys are back in town. Nick Nolte is a cop. Eddie Murphy is a convict. They couldn't have liked each other less...They couldn't have needed each other more. And the last place they ever expected to be is on the same side. Even for...48 Hours"
17 40 Pounds of Trouble. 14 x 36 inch insert for the 1963 Universal Pictures' production (a remake of LITTLE MISS MARKER - 1934) starring Tony Curtis ("Tony's Got Women Trouble"), Suzanne Pleshette, Larry Storch, Mary Murphy, Edward Andrews, Kevin McCarthy, Howard Morris, Stubby Kaye, ("Introducing") Claire Wilcox and Phil Silvers. Screenplay by Marion Hargrove. Directed by Norman Jewison. "Wait'll you see their hilarious adventures in Disneyland."
17 Four Feathers, The. 13 x 19 inch window card for the 2002 Paramount Pictures' production starring Heath Ledger, Wes Bentley, Kate Hudson, Djimon Hounsou, Michael Sheen, etc. Screenplay by Michael Schiffer and Hossein Amini. Directed by Shekhar Kapur. "There Is No Battle Greater Than The Fight To Save A Friend."
17 Gal Young Un. 11 x 17 inch window card for the 1979 Nunez Films' production starring Dana Preu, David Peck, J. Smith, etc. Screenplay by Victor Nunez. Directed by Victor Nunez. "Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings' story of a lonely widow who falls prey to a young con man during Prohibition in backwoods Florida." - "Selected to the Quinzaine Des Realisateurs/Directors' Fortnight - Festival de Cannes 1980."
17 Gone With The Wind. 26 x 38 inch commercial 1967 re-release print for the 1939 Selznick International/MGM production starring Clark Gable, Vivian Leigh, Leslie Howard, Olivia deHavilland, etc. Screenplay by Sidney Howard. Directed by Victor Fleming. "The Most Magnificent Picture Ever!"
17 Grace Of My Heart. 27 x 14 inch one sheet for the VHS/Laserdisc release of the 1996 MCA/Universal production (Loosely based on the career of Carole King) starring Illeana Douglas, Matt Dillon, Eric Stolz, John Turturro, Bruce Davison, Patsy Kensit, etc. Screenplay by Allison Anders. Directed by Allison Anders. "For years her songs brought fame to other people. Then she found her own voice."
17 Great Imposter, The. 14 x 36 inch insert for the 1961 Universal-International Pictures' production (Based on the life of Ferdinand Waldo Demara, Jr.) starring Tony Curtis, Edmond O' Brien, Arthur O' Connell, Gary Merrill, Raymond Massey, Joan Blackman, Robert Middleton, Karl Malden, etc. Screenplay by Liam O' Brien. Directed by Robert Mulligan. "The True Life Story of His Escapades Makes Fiction Seem Tame!"
17 Great Muppet Caper, The. 22 x 28 inch McDonald's promotional tie -in poster for the 1981 Henson Associates' production starring Jim Henson, Frank Oz, Charles Grodin, Diana Rigg, John Cleese, Robert Morley, Peter Ustinov, Jack Warden , Peter Falk, Trevor Howard, etc. Screenplay by Tom Patchett, Jay Tarses, Jerry Juhl and Jack Rose. Directed by Jim Henson.
17 Hairspray (3 copies). 11 x 17 inch window card for the 2007 New Line Cinema production starring John Travolta, Queen Latifa, Christopher Walken, Michelle Pfeiffer, Amanda Bynes, James Marsden, Allison Janney, Nikki Blonsky, etc. Screenplay by Leslie Dixon and John Waters. Directed by Adam Shankman. "Who's Who Behind the Do? - Get Ready for Something Big July 20th!"
17 Home Alone. 22 x 35 inch 1991 video release poster ("Free with HOME ALONE video purchase") for the 1990 20th Century Fox production starring Macaulay Culkin, Joe Pesci, Daniel Stern, John Heard, Catherine O' Hara, John Candy, etc. Screenplay by John Hughes. Directed by Chris Columbus.
17 Inchon. 27 x 41 inch one sheet for the 1982 MGM production starring Laurence Olivier (as "General Douglas MacArthur"), Jacqueline Bisset, Ben Gazzara, Toshiro Mifune, Richard Roundtree, etc. Screenplay by Robin Moore and Laird Koenig. Directed by Terence Young. "Love. Destiny. Heroes. War Changes Everything."
17 It's A Wonderful Life. 22 x 34 inch commercial print promoting The Museum of Art (Calgary, Canada) and the 1946 Liberty Films' production (Released by RKO Radio Pictures) starring James Stewart, Donna Reed, Thomas Mitchell, Lionel Barrymore, Henry Travers, etc. Screenplay by Frances Goodrich, Albert Hackett and Frank Capra. Directed by Frank Capra.
17 Julie and Julia (2 copies). 11 x 17 window card for the 2009 Columbia Pictures' production starring Meryl Streep, Amy Adams, Stanley Tucci, Chris Messina, Linda Emond, etc. Screenplay by Nora Ephron. Directed by Nora Ephron. "Based on Two True Stories."
17 Jurassic Park. 17 x 21 inch Kraft General Foods promotional tie-in poster ("THE DINOSAURS OF JURASSIC PARK") for the 1993 Universal Pictures' production starring Sam Neill, Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum, Richard Attenborough, etc. Screenplay by Michael Crichton and David Koepp. Directed by Steven Spielberg.
17 Kiss Me, Stupid. 14 x 36 inch insert for the 1964 United Artists' production "This Picture Is For Adults Only") starring Dean Martin ("Dino - He came to dinner..."), Kim Novak ("Polly the Pistol - she stayed for breakfast..."), Ray Walston ("Beethoven - he cooked up the whole mess..."), Felicia Farr, Cliff Osmond, etc. Screenplay by Billy Wilder and I.A.L. Diamond. Directed by Billy Wilder. "It Happened in Climax, Nevada."
17 Last of the Secret Agents, The. 14 x 36 inch insert for the 1966 Paramount Pictures' production starring Marty Allen and Steve Rossi, Nancy Sinatra ("Hear Nancy Sinatra sing THE LAST OF THE SECRET AGENTS on Reprise Records"), John Williams, Lou Jacobi, Theo Marcuse, Ben Lessy, Harvey Korman, etc. Screenplay by Mel Tolkin. Directed by Norman Abbott. "Will Spying Ever Be The Same Again?"
17 Last Voyage, The. 14 x 36 inch insert for the 1960 MGM production starring Robert Stack, Dorothy Malone, George Sanders, Edmond O' Brien, Tammy Marihugh, etc. Screenplay by Andrew L Stone. Directed by Andrew L. Stone. "91 Minutes of the Most Intense Suspense in Motion Picture History! - Every Dramatic moment Filmed Entirely Aboard the World's Most Glamorous Luxury Liner!"
17 Murderers' Row/The Silencers. 14 x 36 inch insert for a 1967 double feature presentation of the 1966 Columbia Pictures' productions of MURDERER'S ROW and THE SILENCERS starring Dean Marin as secret agent, "Matt Helm." "Two MATT HELM Hits in One Explosive Dean Martin Show!"
17 Norma Jean and Marilyn. 27 x 39 inch one sheet for the 1996 Home Box Office film starring Ashley Judd, Mira Sorvino, Josh Charles, Ron Rifkin, David Dukes, Peter Dobson, Lindsay Crouse, etc. Screenplay by Jill Isaacs. Directed by Tim Fywell. "Marilyn Monroe was our fantasy. Norma Jean was her reality."
17 One, Two, Three. 14 x 36 inch insert for the 1961 United Artists' production starring James Cagney, Horst Buchholz, Pamela Tiffin, Arlene Francis, Red Buttons, etc. Screenplay by Billy Wilder and I.A.L. Diamond. Directed by Billy Wilder. "This is Billy Wilder (Pictured on poster). He made THE APARTMENT and SOME LIKE IT HOT. Now - his explosive new comedy, ONE ,TWO, THREE."
17 75 Years of Oscar's Best Films. 22 x 25 inch USA TODAY newspaper insert collage of photographs of the Best Picture Oscar-winners from 1928 through 2001 - Published March 17, 2003.
17 Splash. 11 x 22 inch window card for the Touchstone Home Video release of the 1984 Touchstone Pictures' production starring Tom Hanks, Daryl Hannah, Eugene Levy, John Candy, Howard Morris, etc. Screenplay by Brian Grazer, Bruce Jay Friedman, Lowell Ganz and Babaloo Mandel. Directed by Ron Howard. "America has fallen hook, line and sinker...for a mermaid! Catch it on video!"
17 Spy Hard. 26 x 40 inch video release one-sheet for the 1996 Hollywood Pictures' production starring Leslie Nielsen, Nicollette Sheridan, Charles Durning, Marcia Gay Harden, Barry Bostwick, Andy Griffith, etc. Screenplay by Rick Friedberg, Dick Chudnow, Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer. Directed by Rick Friedberg. "All the action. All the women. Half the intelligence."
17 Star Wars. 18 x 24 inch BURGER KING promotional tie-in poster ("CHEWBACCA - THE ONE HUNDRED YEAR OLD GIANT WOOKIE") for the 1977 20th Century Fox production starring Harrison Ford, Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, Peter Cushing, Alec Guinness, etc. Screenplay by George Lucas. Directed by George Lucas.
17 Star Wars-The Empire Strikes Back. 24 x 33 COCA-COLA COMPANY promotional tie-in poster for the 1980 Lucasfilm production starring Harrison Ford, Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, Alec Guinness, etc. Screenplay by Leigh Brackett, Lawrence Kasdan and George Lucas. Directed by Irvin Kirshner.
17 Star Wars - Attack of the Clones. 11 x 17 inch FRITO LAY/PUBLIX SUPERMARKETS promotional tie-in poster ("Dark Destiny") for the 2002 Lucasfilm production starring Ewan McGregor, Natalie Portman, Hayden Christensen, Christopher Lee, Samuel L. Jackson, etc. Screenplay by George Lucas and Jonathan Hales. Directed by George Lucas. "Find the Hero Inside."
17 Star Wars - Attack of the Clones. 11 x 17 inch FRITO LAY/PUBLIX SUPERMARKETS promotional tie-in poster ("Skywalker Saga") for the 2002 Lucasfilm production starring Ewan McGregor, Natalie Portman, Hayden Christensen, Christopher Lee, Samuel L. Jackson, etc. Screenplay by George Lucas and Jonathan Hales. Directed by George Lucas. "Find the Hero Inside."
17 Star Wars - Attack of the Clones. 11 x 17 inch FRITO LAY/PUBLIX SUPERMARKETS promotional tie-in poster ("Fett Family") for the 2002 Lucasfilm production starring Ewan McGregor, Natalie Portman, Hayden Christensen, Christopher Lee, Samuel L. Jackson, etc. Screenplay by George Lucas and Jonathan Hales. Directed by George Lucas. "Find the Hero Inside."
17 Star Wars - Revenge of the Sith. 12 x 22 inch USA TODAY newspaper insert advertisement for the 2005 Lucasfilm production starring Ewan McGregor, Natalie Portman, Hayden Christensen, Samuel L. Jackson, Christopher Lee, etc. Screenplay by George Lucas. Directed by George Lucas. "Who's Your Daddy? - This Weekend take Your Dad to see Star Wars: Episode III and get a FREE Collectible Father's Day Poster with each ticket purchased." - Published - June 17, 2005.
17 Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (3 copies). 11 x 17 inch window card for the 2007 DreamWorks Pictures' production starring Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Carter, Alan Rickman, Timothy Spall, Sacha Baron Cohen, etc. Screenplay by John Logan. Directed by Tim Burton. Music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. "Never Forget. Never Forgive."
17 There Will Be Blood (2 copies). 11 x 17 inch window card for the 2007 Paramount Vantage and Miramax Films' production starring Daniel Day-Lewis, Paul Dano, Kevin J. O' Connor, Claran Hinds, Dillon Freasier, etc. Screenplay by Paul Thomas Anderson. Directed by Paul Thomas Anderson.
17 Titanic. 11 x 17 inch (two-sided) window card for the 1997 20th Century Fox production starring Leonardo Di Caprio, Kate Winslet, Billy Zane, Kathy Bates, Frances Fisher, Gloria Stuart, Bill Paxton, etc. Screenplay by James Cameron. Directed by James Cameron.
17 Toy Story. 26 x 40 inch video release and product cross -promotional (General Mills, Energizer, Oral-B, Ocean Spray and Kodak) one sheet for the 1995 Disney/ Pixar Animation Studios' production featuring the voices of Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Don Rickles, Jim Varney, Wallace Shawn, Annie Potts, John Ratzenberger, etc. Screenplay by Joss Whedon, Andrew Stanton, Joel Cohen and Alec Sokolow. Directed by John Lasseter. "Rocketing Onto Video on October 29!"
17 U.S. vs. John Lennon, The/Employee of the Month (2 copies). 11 x 17 inch two-sided b/w the 2006 Lionsgate production of EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH starring Dane Cook) window card for the 2006 Lionsgate documentary film ("From the Studio That Brought You FAHRENHEIT 9/11") featuring Carl Bernstein, Noam Chomsky, Walter Cronkite, Mario Cuomo, Angela Davis, John Dean, Ron Kovic, Yoko Ono Lennon, G. Gordon Liddy, George McGovern, Geraldo Rivera, Bobby Seale, Tom Smothers and Gore Vidal. Written and directed by David Leaf and John Scheinfeld."Artist. Humanitarian. National Threat."
17 Who Framed Roger Rabbit. 17 x 22 inch 1989 promotional cable (Jones Intercable, Davie, Florida) mail brochure including a poster for the 1988 Amblin Entertainment production starring Bob Hoskins, Christopher Lloyd, Joanna Cassidy, Charles Fleischer, Stubby Kaye, etc. Screenplay by Jeffrey Price and Peter S. Seaman. Directed by Robert Zemeckis. "Coming This Summer on the Disney Channel."
17 Who Was That Lady?. 14 x 36 inch insert (damaged) for the 1960 Columbia Pictures' production starring Tony Curtis, Dean Martin, Janet Leigh, James Whitmore, John McIntire, Barbara Nichols, etc. Screenplay by Norman Krasna. Directed by George Sidney. "A light-hearted leer at love among the adults!"

CINEMA - E.T. - THE EXTRA TERRESTRIAL (PUBLICITY AND PROMOTIONAL EPHEMERA)

A scrapbook compiled at the height of the film's popularity (with a concentration on the product tie-in advertising) with a sampling of items offered (for sale and as premiums) during the period of "E.T." mania (1982).


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18 Scrapbook. 12.5 x 14.5 inch scrapbook (130 pages) compiled from 1982 - 85 beginning with the initial release of the film (June 11, 1982) through the world-wide "E.T." product marketing blitz. Included: Newspaper and magazine profiles of film director, Steven Spielberg and the actors (Henry Thomas, Drew Barrymore, Dee Wallace and Robert Macnaughton ), various versions of the poster art for the film, film reviews and film-related articles, editorial cartoons and comics using the "E.T." image, newspaper and magazine advertisements (For "E.T. Cereal," bed sheets, T-shirts, posters, backpack, calendars, lunch boxes, storybooks, dolls, shoelaces, clothing, Texas Instruments "Electronic Learning Aids," "Quick Latch Pillow Kits," Viewmaster viewers and slides, card games, soundtrack albums, Atari video games, Halloween costumes, action figures, Topps collector cards, Pizza Hut "E.T." drinking glasses, Dunkin' Donuts "E.T." tote bag, "E.T." Underoos, beach towels, etc. ), hit recordings ("Dance to Themes from E.T. - THE EXTRA TERRESTRIAL " by Walter Murphy, "Heartlight" by Neil Diamond" and "Theme from E.T. - THE EXTRA TERRESTRIAL" by John Williams), newspaper and magazine articles on the 1982 - 83 Oscar race (E.T. lost to GHANDI in the Best Picture contest) and information on various re-releases and milestone anniversaries in theatres, television and on video and DVD.
19 Action Figure. "Official" 1982 LJN produced "E.T. - The Extra Terrestrial" Action Figure (In original packaging) with "Poseable arms with hand held SPEAK AND TELL" and "Thumb action Ex-Tending neck."
19 Boxing "E.T." figure. Unlicensed "Boxing" (movable) #E. T." figure (Slightly damaged).
19 Bubblegum Cards. Three (unopened) packs of the TOPPS E.T. - THE EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL ('in his adventures on Earth") collectors' cards ("10 cards, 1 sticker , 1 stick bubble gum") - 1982 set. Samples of the opened cards may be found in the "E.T. scrapbook.
19 Calendar. The "Official" 1983 E.T. - THE EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL Calendar - A Perigree Book - Published by G. P. Putnam's Sons, New York City, NY. Includes images form the film.
19 Candy Container. 4 oz. TOPPS "E.T." candy container (1982).
19 Drinking Glasses. Four PIZZA HUT "Limited Edition Collector's Series" drinking glasses (1982) - 2 glasses picturing "E.T". and "Elliot" with the caption: "I'll be right here." and 2 glasses picturing "E.T." and a group of stuffed animals with the caption: "Home."
19 E.T.(I Love You). 45 RPM Columbia recording of a 1982 "tribute" song (Time - 4:09) by Buckner and Garcia. Written and produced by Jerry Buckner and Gary Garcia in association with the Blue Geller Organization. Identical recording on side A and B.
19 Holiday Ornament. An "Official" 1982 E.T. Holiday Ornament (round with film logos) in the original package.
19 Heartlight. Neil Diamond compact disc release of the 1982 "Heartlight" LP featuring the title ("tribute") song inspired by the film, E.T. - THE EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL. Words and music by Neil Diamond, Burt Bacharach and Carole Bayer Sager.
19 Keychains. Two unlicensed "E.T." image keychains (1982).
19 Miscellaneous - 1980s. Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine articles and advertisements pertaining to E.T. - THE EXTRA - TERRESTRIAL (including the original TIME MAGAZINE advertisement announcing the release of the film - "His films have never failed to amaze us...entertain us...thrill us. Now Universal Pictures proudly presents Steven Spielberg's newest film. Coming This Summer To A Theatre Near You."). Also, information pertaining to the July 1985 theatrical re-release and 1988 home video release (including "E.T." home video order forms).
19 E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial (VHS -Cassette). The 1988 VHS home recording (in original packaging) of the 1982 film ("The Story That Touched the World") starring Henry Thomas, Dee Wallace, Peter Cayote, Drew Barrymore, etc. Directed by Steven Spielberg. Screenplay by Melissa Mathison. Music by John Williams. "Overflowing with memorable performances, a stirring musical score and scenes of wonderment, E.T. invites everyone to share the thrill of its magic touch. It's more than a movie - its an experience you'll never forget." (1Hour. 55 Minutes - PG).
19 Miscellaneous - 1990s - 2000s. Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine articles and advertisements pertaining to the "World Television Premiere" on CBS (November 28, 1991), an updated home video ("Digitally mastered in THX") release (October 1, 1996), the ten year anniversary of the theatrical release (1992),the 20th anniversary of the theatrical release (2002) and updates on the careers of Steven Spielberg and the stars of E.T. - THE EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL. See, also, the oversize 20th Anniversary posters in Box 16 (CINEMA MISCELLANEOUS - OVERSIZE).
19 Miscellaneous (Products and Tie-Ins). Miscellaneous advertisements, brochures, and product tie-ins pertaining to E.T. - THE EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL. Including: a 1985 McDonald's HAPPY MEAL FEATURING E.T. box with puzzles and games, a 1982 McDonald's "E.T." tie-in poster ephemera for Universal Studios (Hollywood and Florida) highlighting the "E.T." ride and various advertisements for the 1988 home video release and the 20th Anniversary (2002) re-release to theatres.
19 Original Collectible Figure. "Official" 1982 LJN produced "E.T. - The Extra Terrestrial" free-standing figure holding flower pot (in original packaging).
19 Picture Activity Book. An official E.T. - THE EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL PICTURE ACTIVITY BOOK (1982) - published by Simon and Schuster, New York.
19 Picture Buttons (pinbacks). Five picture pinback buttons (1982) featuring #1: "E.T. Phone Home" with film logo, #2: Photograph of E.T. with Elliot (Henry Thomas), #3: Photograph of E. T. wearing Halloween costume from film, #4: "E.T. and Me" (Elliot and E.T. on bicycle crossing the moon and #5: Photograph of E.T. with "E.T." trademark logo.
19 Storybook. Two hardcover copies of the E.T. - THE EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL STORY BOOK (1982) by William Kotzwinkle (Based on a screenplay by Melissa Mathison) featuring photographs from the film. Published by G.P. Putnam's Sons, New York.
19 Wallet. An "Official" 1982 (yellow) E.T. - THE EXTRA-TERRESTRAIL wallet with change purse, photo/credit card sleeves and snap closing with original packaging. Produced by Aviva Entertainment , Inc., San Francisco. Sold at Universal Studios.
19 Wax Candle. Unlicensed "E.T." shaped wax candle (1982).
19 Wind-Up "E.T". Action Figure. "Official" 1982 "Wind-Up E.T." Action figure (in original packaging) - "Wind him up and watch him TODDLE and BOBBLE along."

CINEMA - MISCELLANEOUS ARTIFACTS

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20 Austin Powers "Feature Film Figures". "Carnaby Street Austin" (6 inch) action figure (1999 - in original packaging) - Voice chip on base says: "Smashing Baby!" - Produced by McFarlane Toys ("It's an attitude.") as a tie-in for the 1999 New Line Cinema production, "Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me."
20 Austin Powers Ultra "Cool" Action Figure. "Dr. Evil and Mr. Bigglesworth" (6 inch) action figure (1999 - in original packaging) - Voice chip on base says: "Why must I be surrounded by frickin idiots?" - Produced by McFarlane Toys ("It's an attitude.") as a tie-in for the 1999 New Line Cinema production, "Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me."
20 Beauty and the Beast Coin Bank. 5 inch hard rubber "Mrs. Potts" (Tea pot character voiced by Angela Lansbury) coin bank. Produced by the Disney Corporation in 1991 as a tie-in to the Walt Disney Pictures' production of "Beauty and the Beast."
20 Beauty and the Beast "Chip" Figurine. 4 inch soft rubber "Chip" (the cracked tea cup character voiced by Bradley Michael Pierce) figurine. 1991 Pizza Hut promotional tie-in to the Walt Disney Pictures' production of "Beauty and the Beast."
20 Beauty and the Beast "Cogsworth" Figurine. 5 inch soft rubber "Cogsworth" (the mantle clock character voiced by David Ogden Stiers) figurine. 1991 Pizza Hut promotional tie-in to the Walt Disney Pictures' production of "Beauty and the Beast."
20 Charles Chaplin Figurine. 4.5 inch Charles Chaplin (As "The Little Tramp) figurine. Produced by "K's Collection (No date).
20 Ghostbusters "Stay Puft Marshmallow Man" Figure. 6 inch figure (With movable arms) produced in 1984 as a tie -in to the Columbia Pictures' production of "Ghostbusters."
20 Gone With The Wind - 50th Anniversary Coffee Mug. 4 inch (Blue with gold lettering) coffee mug commemorating the 50th Anniversary (1939 - 89) of the release of the MGM/Selznick film epic.
20 Gone With The Wind Keepsake Ornament. 4.5 inch "Rhett Butler" (Depicted in costume for the jailhouse scene) Hallmark Keepsake Ornament (2000) sculpted by Patricia Andrews.
20 Gone With The Wind Keepsake Ornament. 4 inch "Scarlett O' Hara" (wearing the green velvet "draperies dress") Hallmark Keepsake Ornament (2000) sculpted by Patricia Andrews.
20 James Bond Action Figure. 12 inch 1965 action figure (in red bathing suit and white t-shirt - no accessories) depicting Sean Connery as "James Bond " in the fourth James Bond film, "Thunderball." Produced by A the A. C. Gilbert Toy Company. Includes a spring-action arm for drawing a pistol.
20 James Bond "Dr. No" Dragon Tank. 4 inch plastic flame throwing (fire-breathing") "Dragon Tank" model toy (damaged) from the first James Bond film, "Dr. No." Produced in 1965 by the A.C. Gilbert Toy Company.
20 James Bond Identification Bracelet. Silver 1965 charm bracelet with "OO7" logo and secret message compartment.
20 James Bond "Thunderball" Villain Figurine. 3 inch figurine depicting Italian actor, Adolfo Celi as "Emilio Largo," the one-eyed villain in the 4th James Bond Film, "Thunderball." Produced by the A.C. Gilbert Toy Company in 1965.
20 Laurel and Hardy Figurines (3 sets). Three sets (6 hand painted figurines - 4.5 inch each) depicting Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy (as house painters) produced by "K's Collection" (No date).
20 Monsters, Inc. - Action Figure. "Mike Wazowski" - The one-eyed character voiced by Billy Crystal in the 2001 Pixar/Disney animated film. 10 inch action figure (with movable arms and eye) produced in 2001 by Hasbro.
20 Three Stooges Figurines. Three 3.5-inch hand painted figurines depicting Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Curley Howard. Produced in 1991.
20 Three Stooges Holiday Ornaments. Three 4-inch "75th Anniversary Holiday Figurine Ornaments" depicting Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Curly Howard (in original boxes) produced by the Trevco Trading Corporation for Wal-Mart in 2003 (Commemorating their debut as a comedy team in 1928).
20 Three Stooges Finger Puppets. Three 4-inch finger puppets (in original packaging) exclusively distributed by "Presents" (A Division of Hamilton Gifts) in 1991 (Licensed by Norman Maurer Productions, Inc. and Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc.).
21 Aladdin Figurine. 6 inch hard rubber "Genie" (Character voiced by Robin Williams) with reversible head (different expressions) and movable arms from the 1992 Walt Disney Feature Animation Production. Produced by Mattel Inc. in 1992.
21 Bing Crosby Holiday Ornament. 4 inch (battery operated) Carlton Cards "Heirloom" Collectable "At Home With Bing" holiday ornament ("Christmas Crooners" series). Depicts Bing Crosby in an wingback chair before a window bedecked with Christmas cards. Plays Bing Crosby's 1942 recording of "White Christmas" introduced by Bing in the 1942 Paramount film "Holiday Inn." Ornament produced in 2003 by Carlton Cards (Cleveland , Ohio).
21 Bob Hope Holiday Ornament. 5 inch (battery operated) "Heirloom" Collectible "Thanks For the Memories" holiday ornament ("Ho Ho Hope"). Depicts Bob Hope in a "Santa Claus" costume standing by a Christmas tree (holding a gift from his wife, "Dolores"). Plays "Silver Bells" by Bob Hope (introduced in the 1951 Paramount film "The Lemon Drop Kid" by Bob Hope and Marilyn Maxwell.). Ornament produced in 2003 by Carlton Cards (Cleveland, Ohio).
21 Elvis Presley Holiday Ornament #1. 4 inch collectible ornament depicting Elvis Presley in costume (with ukulele) from the 1961 Paramount Pictures' production of "Blue Hawaii." Ornament produced by Trevco Trading Corporation in 2003.
21 Elvis Presley Holiday Ornament #2. 4 inch collectible ornament depicting the young Elvis Presley performing on the "Louisiana Hayride" radio program in 1954 ("Hayride Tour"). Ornament produced by Trevco Trading Corporation in 2003.
21 Frank Sinatra Holiday Ornament #1. 4 inch (battery operated) Carlton Cards "Heirloom" Collectable "Frank Sinatra Loves New York" holiday ornament. Depicts the Frank Sinatra of the 1950s and early 1960s (Fedora with white hat band) singing into a vintage microphone with the NYC skyline as a backdrop). Plays Frank Sinatra's 1980 recording of "New York, New York" from the 1977 United Artists' film, "New York, New York." Ornament produced in 2003 by Carlton Cards (Cleveland , Ohio).
21 Frank Sinatra Holiday Ornament #2. 4 inch (battery operated) Carlton Cards "Heirloom" Collectable "Swingin' Sounds of Christmas" holiday ornament ("Christmas Crooners" series). Depicts the Frank Sinatra of the 1950s and early 1960s (Fedora with white hat band) singing while holding a piece of sheet music. Plays Frank Sinatra's recording of "Let It Snow." Ornament produced in 2003 by Carlton Cards (Cleveland , Ohio).
21 Forrest Gump Box of Chocolates #1. 8.5 x 14 inch Forrest Gump "Life is Like a Box of Chocolates" Candies (Yellow box). "Forrest's All-American Chocolates" produced by the Falcon Candy Company in 1995 as a promotional tie-in for the 1994 Paramount Pictures Production starring Tom Hanks, Gary Sinise, Sally Field, etc.
21 Forrest Gump Box of Chocolates #2. 8.5 x 14 inch Forrest Gump "Life is Like a Box of Chocolates" Candies (Pink box). "Forrest's All-American Chocolates" produced by the Falcon Candy Company in 1995 as a promotional tie-in for the 1994 Paramount Pictures Production starring Tom Hanks, Gary Sinise, Sally Field, etc.
21 Forrest Gump Baseball Cap. Red "Bubba Gump Shrimp Company" facsimile baseball cap as worn by Tom Hanks in the 1994 Paramount Pictures' production. Manufactured by Stanley Desantis in 1994.
21 The Lost World - Jurassic Park Wristwatch. 1997 Burger King "The Lost World: Jurassic Park" promotional tie-in wristwatch ("Something Has Survived") in the original packaging (from "The Lost World: Jurassic Park Watch Collection) promoting the 1997 Universal Pictures' production starring Jeff Goldblum, Julianne Moore, Richard Attenborough, etc.
21 Shrek 2 Digital Character Clock. 2004 Burger King "Donkey" (Voiced by Eddie Murphy) promotional tie-in character digital clock promoting the 2004 Dreamworks SKG production starring the voices of Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy, Antonio Banderas, Cameron Diaz, Julie Andrews, etc.
21 Hollywood Souvenir Award. 9 inch (black and gold) plastic souvenir "Hollywood" award trophy (facsimile "Oscar" type figure).
22 Beauty and the Beast Miniature Figurines. Set of 5 (2-3 inch) miniature character figurines (includes "Belle," "The Beast," "Mrs. Potts," "Cogsworth" and "Lumiere") from the 1991 Walt Disney Pictures production. Figurines produced for Disney by "Just Toys" (NYC) in 1991.
22 Batman Miniature Batmobile. 1989 - 3 inch miniature metal "Batmobile" toy from the 1989 Warner Brothers' production starring Michael Keaton, Jack Nicholson, Kim Basinger, etc.
22 Charles Chaplin Figurine. 1988 "Limited Edition" Charlie Chaplin (As "The Little Tramp" eating his shoe in the 1925 silent production of "The Gold Rush") porcelain statue produced by Expressive Designs, Inc. of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida for their "Great Entertainers" series (Licensed by Bubbles, Inc.).
22 Disneyland/The Magic Kingdom Figurines. Two - 3 inch Disney theme park souvenir figurines (No date). Includes the "Peter Pan" character figure sitting in the pirate galleon guest car for the "Peter Pan's Flight" attraction at Disneyland and The Magic Kingdom and "Huey", "Dewey" and "Louie" sitting in the "tea cup" guest car for the "Mad Tea Party" attraction at Disneyland and The Magic Kingdom.
22 Elvis Presley Coffee Mug. 1988 souvenir "I've Been to 'Graceland'" porcelain coffee mug with photos of Elvis Presley and the "Graceland" musical notes entrance gate.
22 Elvis Presley Photo Badge and Ribbon. 1993 Elvis Presley photo badge with 12 inch white ribbon commemorating the 15th anniversary of Elvis Presley's death (1977 - 93). Sold at Graceland (Home of Elvis Presley) in Memphis, Tennessee.
22 Kung Fu Panda Figurine. 2008 - 5 inch McDonald's "Happy Meal" promotional tie-in "Po" (The Panda character voiced by Jack Black) talking plastic figurine for the 2008 Dreamworks Animation production starring Jack Black, Dustin Hoffman, Angelina Joli, Jackie Chan, etc.
22 Metropolis Action Figure. 7 x 7 inch plastic action figure and base depicting a poseable "False Maria" (The robot as portrayed by Brigitte Helm in the 1927 science fiction silent film classic, "Metropolis") action figure seated in a silver art deco throne (complete with translucent tubes extending from the base to the chair). The toy was sculpted by the artist, Randy Bowen, for the Mezco Toyz "Silent Screamers" line in 2001.
22 Back To The Future II Sunglasses. 1989 Pizza Hut promotional tie-in (Red and yellow) futuristic "Solar Shades" (in original packaging) for the 1989 Universal Pictures' production starring Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Lea Thompson, etc.
22 Indiana Jones Baseball Cap. 1989 souvenir "Indiana Jones Stunt Spectacular" (Black with white lettering) baseball cap 9"Indy Stunt Crew") from the opening year (1989) of the Disney/MGM Studios theme park in Orlando, Florida.
22 Looney Tunes Figurines. Three rubber or plastic Warner Brothers/Looney Tunes character figurines including a 3 inch hard rubber poseable "Tweety Pie" (the yellow canary created by Bob Clampett) figurine, a 3 inch hard rubber poseable "Marvin the Martian" (the alien dressed in a Roman soldier's uniform and white basketball shoes created by Chuck Jones) figurine and a 4 inch plastic "Daffy Duck" (originally created by Tex Avery) figurine. All three of the animated characters were originally voiced by Mel Blanc.
22 Star Wars Pez Dispensers. Set of three STAR WARS character ("Princess Leia," "C-3PO" and "Yoda") movie tie-in PEZ candy dispensers (c. 2000). GIFT TO THE DEPARTMENT OF SPECIAL AND AREA STUDIES COLLECTIONS /POPULAR CULTURE COLLECTIONS FROM CATHERINE CAREY - GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA.
22 There's Something About Mary Stuffed Animals. Two - 7 inch Blockbuster Video "exclusive" promotional stuffed plush animals ("Puffy" the bandage-wrapped pet that attacks Ben Stiller) from the 1998 Twentieth Century Fox production. The stuffed dogs include "Blockbuster/There's Something About Mary" dog tags ("I'm Puffy from There's Something About Mary, please autograph my cast.").
22 Toy Story Action Figure. 3 inch "Baby Face" (A.K.A. "Spider Baby" mutant toy) action figure (with blinking eye, "pullback-action" and 8 removable legs and claws) produced in 1995 by Thinkway Toys as a tie-in for the 1995 Pixar Animation/Disney production starring the voices of Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Don Rickles, etc.
22 Toy Story Dolls. Two Burger King promotional tie -in 'pull-string" dolls sold at restaurants for the 1996 release of the 1995 Pixar Animation Studios' production of "Toy Story" to VHS home video. Includes the 9 inch "Woody" (the cowboy voiced by Tom Hanks who says "You're My Favorite Deputy!") and the 9 inch "Buzz Lightyear" (the spaceman voiced by Tim Allen who says "Buzz Lightyear to the Rescue!").
22 Warner Brothers Clapboard. 10 x 11 inch Warner Brothers souvenir movie set clapboard sold at Universal Studios Orlando, Florida.
22 Wizard of Oz Filmstrip Lithograph. 1993 tabletop "Wizard of Oz" 35 mm full-color film clip reproduction with film script excerpt sealed in acrylic with wood display stand. Produced by Lightpost for the Turner Entertainment Company "Ruby Slippers Recollections" series in 1993.

CINEMA - MISCELLANEOUS SCRAPBOOKS and DEAN MARTIN ANIMATED FIGURE

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23 Scrapbook #1. 12 x 12 inch red "Hollywood" scrapbook compiled by the collector/donor in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Included: An overview of Hollywood's "Golden Age" with specific pages highlighting the careers of Clark Gable, James Cagney, Judy Garland, John Wayne, James Stewart, Mickey Rooney, Humphrey Bogart, Bob Hope, Cary Grant, Errol Flynn and Bette Davis. Also pages on child stars, vintage musicals, various leading ladies, various leading men, motion picture cowboy heroes, horror movies, "kings of comedy," MGM, Disney, obituaries for Audie Murphy and Chester Conklin, Life Magazine covers featuring Ann-Margret (appearing in "Carnal Knowledge"), Clint Eastwood (appearing in "Dirty Harry") and Frank Sinatra ("retiring " from show business in 1971), a TV Guide cover featuring James Stewart and the television premiere of "The Jimmy Stewart Show" and miscellaneous articles on movie magazines, Gene Autry, Warner Brothers, movie memories of Priscilla Lane and Laraine Day, etc.
23 Scrapbook #2. 12 x 16 inch brown "The Movie Greats" scrapbook compiled by the collector/donor in the early 1970s. Included: Newspaper and magazine advertising poster art for films of the period ("Play Misty For Me,", "Desperate Characters," "Kotch," "The French Connection," "Carnal Knowledge,", "Straw Dogs," "The Omega Man," "Patton," "Battle of the Bulge," "Fiddler on the Roof," "Man in the Wilderness," "Bedknobs and Broomsticks," "Diamonds Are Forever," "Dirty Harry," etc.), miscellaneous newspaper and magazine articles on Red Skelton, "The Godfather" (Al Martino gets film role as "Johnny Fontaine"), Lucille Ball (Parade magazine cover), Ray Bolger ("...still agile and liquid-limbed at 67..."), Jackie Cooper (His new career as a film director), film director Andrew McLaglen (Predicting an upswing in movie theatre attendance), Bob Hope (Appearing in the film, "Cancel My Reservation"), Darryl F. Zanuck ("Looking to the future" at 69), Richard Burton ("The actor in eclipse"), Gene Nelson ("Reborn" on Broadway), Charles Chaplin ("Delighted by resurgence"), etc.
23 Scrapbook #3. 12 x 16 inch white "The Movie Greats" scrapbook compiled by the collector/donor in the early 1970s. Included: Newspaper and magazine advertising poster art for films of the period ("Nicholas and Alexandra," "Cisco Pike," "Cabaret," "Diamonds Are Forever," "A Clockwork Orange," "Fiddler on the Roof," "The Boy Friend," "The Cowboys," etc.), Liza Minnelli on the covers of Time and Newsweek magazines in the same week ("A Star is Born' in "Cabaret"), Marlon Brando on the covers of Life and Newsweek Magazines ("Brando plays a Mafia Chieftain in THE GODFATHER"), Raquel Welch on the cover of Parade Magazine ("The Liberation of Raquel Welch"), a Mad Magazine cover featuring Ernest Borgnine and "Alfred E. Neuman" (spoofing the rat-infested horror film, "Willard"), a Life Magazine cover with John Wayne ("Memories of a G-Rated Cowboy"), a Life Magazine cover featuring Elizabeth Taylor ("...At 40"), etc and miscellaneous newspaper and magazine articles featuring "The Marital Misadventures of Mickey Rooney," obituaries for actress, Rochelle Hudson and legendary performer, Maurice Chevalier, "The Ageless Femininity of Maureen O' Sullivan," "U.S. Thaws the Chaplin Freeze," Frank Sinatra's "retirement" ( "Frankie's Farewell - He Does It His Way"), Hedy Lamar ("Still a Symbol of the Tinsel Age of Film"), etc.
23 Scrapbook #4. 12 x 16 inch yellow "Liza Minnelli" scrapbook compiled by the collector/donor from 1972 - 76. Included: The release and success of the film, "Cabaret" and Minnelli's Oscar win as Best Actress, the 1972 Emmy Award-winning television special, "Liza With a "Z"" directed by Bob Fosse, the 1974 television special "Love from A to Z" with Charles Aznavour, the 1974 release of MGM's "That's Entertainment" (featuring Liza Minnelli), Minnelli's 1975 marriage to producer, Jack Haley, Jr., the 1975 release of the film, "Lucky Lady" starring Minnelli, Burt Reynolds and Gene Hackman, miscellaneous television appearances ("The Tonight Show," "The 1974 Tony Awards," "Oscar's Greatest Music," "The Mac Davis Special," "Sammy and Company," The Mike Douglas Show," The Jerry Lewis Labor Day Telethon," 'The Dick Cavett Show," etc.), miscellaneous newspaper and magazine advertisements (Singer Sewing Machines, Helio Isla Hotel and Casino-San Juan, The CBS Radio Network, Blackglama Furs, miscellaneous magazine covers (People Weekly, McCall's, In The Know, Rona Barrett's Hollywood, etc.), etc.
23 Dean Martin Collector's Edition Animated Figure. 18 inch (2002) Dean Martin "Collector's Edition Animated Figure" ("Dino is Back! Sings "Everybody Loves Somebody" and "That's Amore") in original packaging - Featuring "Synchro-Motion Technology - a cutting edge technology in animation which utilizes specially designed electronic components to synchronize the motion of the mouth to words or phrases, making an inanimate object come to life - magically!" - Produced by Gemmy Industries Corporation (Irving, Texas) for the "Pop Culture Series" ("Dino is Still Swinging! He Turns His Head and Swings the Microphone While Singing Two Classic Songs.")

CINEMA - NEWSPAPER SUPPLEMENT INSERTS (MISCELLANEOUS FILM TITLES - 1970 - 1980s - 1990s)

Includes, mostly (unless noted) 4-page promotional supplement inserts from THE BOSTON PHOENIX (An alternative tabloid-style newspaper) providing cast and production information for various films opening at Boston motion picture theatres in the 1970s and 1980s.


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24 About Last Night. Advertising insert (4 pages) for The Boston Phoenix (July 1, 1986). A Tri Stars Pictures' production starring Rob Lowe, Demi Moore, James Belushi, Elizabeth Perkins, etc. Screenplay by Tim Kazurinsky and Denise DeClute (Based upon "Sexual Perversity in Chicago" by David Mamet). Directed by Edward Zwick. Includes a plot description ("Sexual politics of eighties"), cast quotes, advertisement for the soundtrack album (LP or cassette), production photographs and newspaper poster art ("It's about men, women, risk, love, commitment, moving in, sex, friendship, fun, underwear, ambition, career moves, strategy, no sex, breaking up, making up, choices, bedtime, last night...").
24 Abyss, The. Advertising insert (4 pages ) for The Boston Phoenix (August 9, 1989). A 20th Century Fox production starring Ed Harris, Mary Elizabethe Mastrantonio, Michael Biehn, etc. Screenplay by James Cameron. Music by Alan Silvestri. Directed by James Cameron. Includes a plot description ("The events of the film thrust one man against elements he cannot control or comprehend and force a group of disparate people to examine the bonds which tie us one to the other."), production photographs and newspaper poster art ("There's Everything You've Ever Known About Adventure...And Then There's THE ABYSS").
24 All That Jazz. Advertising centerfold insert (2 pages) for The Boston Sunday Globe (February 10, 1980). A 20th Century Fox/Columbia Pictures' production starring Roy Scheider, Jessica Lange, Ann Reinking, Leland Palmer, Cliff Gorman, Ben Vereen, etc. Screenplay by Robert Alan Aurthur and Bob Fosse. Directed by Bob Fosse. Newspaper poster art ("Prepare yourself for what goes on before the curtain goes up.").
24 Andersonville. Advertising color centerfold (4 pages) for Entertainment Weekly (February 1996). A TNT Original/Turner Company "Made for Television" production ("The Great Untold Story of the Civil War.") starring Jarrod Emick, Frederic Forrest, Ted Marcoux, Jan Triska, etc. Screenplay by David W. Rintels. Music by Gary Chang. Directed by John Frankenheimer ("An Extraordinary Achievement."). "TNT's ANDERSONVILLE ranks among the most ambitious mini series ever created for television. This extraordinary undertaking, filmed on a massive, 25 acre set with one of the largest casts ever assembled, was directed by one of America's great directors...Turner Network Television presents the Television Event of the Year." World Premiere - Sunday, March 3 and Monday, March 4, 1996 on TNT- "The Best Movie Studio on Television."
24 Bamba, La. Advertising insert (4 pages) for The Boston Phoenix (July 24, 1987). A Columbia Pictures' production starring Esai Morales, Rosana DeSoto, Elizabeth Pena, Joe Pantoliano, Lou Diamond Phillips (as "Ritchie Valens"). Screenplay by Luis Valdez. Original music by Carlos Santana and Miles Goodman. Directed by Luis Valdez. Includes a plot description ("The story of Ritchie Valens' meteoric rise to the top of the 1950's rock 'n' roll world"), an article on "The Music of La Bamba," advertising tie-ins for musical instruments ("Do You Think Ritchie Valens Could Have Made It Without a Great Guitar?") and the soundtrack album ("The Summer's Hottest Original Movie Soundtrack"), production photographs and newspaper poster art ("An American Success Story.").
24 Beat Street. Advertising insert (4 pages) for The Boston Phoenix (June 5, 1984). An Orion Pictures Release (Produced by David V. Picker and Harry Belafonte) starring Rae Dawn Chong (Daughter of comedian, Tommy Chong), Guy Davis (Son of actors, Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee), Leon Grant, Jon Chardiet, etc. Screenplay by Andy Davis, David Gilbert and Paul Golding. Music produced by Harry Belafonte and Arthur Baker. Directed by Stan Lathan. Includes a "Hip-Hop Glossary," advertisements for the soundtrack album ("Out of the ashes of the ghetto, a generation is making the world listen." On LP and cassette) and Puma Sportswear and Footwear ("Featured in BEAT STREET"), production photographs and newspaper poster art ("The Music and Break Dance Explosion of the Summer! - With the incredible New York City Breakers and Rock Steady Crew and the sensational music of Grandmaster Melle Mel and The Furious Five, Afrika Bambaataa and The Soul Sonic Force+Shango and many, many more...").
24 Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, The. Advertising color centerfold insert (2 pages) for Time Magazine (July, 1982). A Universal-RKO Picture production starring Burt Reynolds, Dolly Parton, Jim Nabors, Dom DeLuise, Charles Durning, etc. Screenplay by Larry I. King, Peter Masterson and Colin Higgins (Based on the stage play written by Larry I. King and Peter Masterson). Music and lyrics by Carol Hall. Additional songs by Dolly Parton. Directed by Colin Higgins. Magazine poster art ("With Burt and Dolly this much fun just couldn't be legal!").
24 Big. Advertising color poster insert (4 pages) for American Film Magazine (May 1988). A 20th Century Fox production ("A Wonderful New Comedy") starring Tom Hanks, Elizabeth Perkins, Robert Loggia, John Heard, etc. Screenplay by Gary Ross and Anne Spielberg. Music by Howard Shore. Directed by Penny Marshall. Magazine poster art ("Tom Hanks has a really big secret. If his boss found out he'd fire him. If his girlfriend knew she'd be arrested. And all he wants to do is tell someone.").
24 Brink's Job, The. Advertising insert (4 pages) for The Boston Phoenix (December 1978). A Universal Release (Presented by Dino De Laurentiis) starring Peter Falk, Peter Boyle, Allen Goorwitz (A.K. A. "Allen Garfield"), Warren Oates, Gena Rowlands, Paul Sorvino, etc. Screenplay by Walon Green (Based upon "Big Stick Up at Brinks" by Noel Behn). Music by Richard Rodney Bennett. Directed by William Friedkin. Includes the official "Brink's Week" schedule for the week-long celebration of the World Premiere (December 7, 1978) at the Cheri Complex in Boston's Back Bay (With appearances by the cast, crew and "members of the original Brink's gang"), a plot description ("...a wild, off-beat, often hilarious comic adventure that recounts one of the most famous and dramatic armed robberies in American history."), articles describing "The Real Brink's Job," and events surrounding the "World Premiere" ("Think Brink's This Week!"), production photographs and newspaper poster art ("The robbery nobody thought could happen by the guys nobody thought could pull it off.")
24 Bull Durham. Advertising insert (4 pages) for The Boston Phoenix (June 10, 1988). An Orion Pictures' production ("The time comes for all of us when we measure what we are against what we dreamt we would be.") starring Kevin Costner, Susan Sarandon, Tim Robbins, Trey Wilson, Robert Wuhl, Danny Gans, etc. Screenplay by Ron Shelton. Music by Michael Convertino. Directed by Ron Shelton. Includes a plot description or "Statistics" ("After twelve years as a catcher in the minor leagues Crash Davis has been relegated to the role of educating the rookie pitcher with a million dollar arm and a five-cent brain."), various advertising tie-ins to the film, production photographs and newspaper poster art ("Romance is a lot like baseball. It's not whether you win or lose. It's how you play the game. A Romantic Comedy about America's OTHER favorite pastime.").
24 Champ, The. Advertising color poster insert (4 pages) for Weekly Variety (June, 1979). An MGM production ("The excitement has already begun on THE CHAMP.") starring Jon Voight, Faye Dunaway, Jack Warden, Arthur Hill, "Introducing" Ricky Schroder, etc. Screenplay by Spencer Eastman and Walter Newman. Directed by Franco Zeffirelli. "On June 22, 1979 the excitement of THE CHAMP will hit the screen."
24 Couch Trip, The. Advertising insert (4 pages) for The Boston Phoenix (January 8, 1988). An Orion Pictures' production starring Dan Aykroyd, Walter Matthau, Charles Grodin, Donna Dixon, Richard Romanus, David Clennon, Arye Gross, etc. Screenplay by Steven Kampmann, Will Porter and Sean Stein (Based on a novel by Ken Kolb). Directed by Michael Ritchie. Includes a plot description ("...the lunatics have indeed taken over the asylum..."), a list of "Who's Who on THE COUCH TRIP," advertising product tie-ins for the film ("Why Go Crazy trying to find the right musical equipment...?"), production photographs and newspaper poster art ("A Comedy of Truly Looney Proportions.")
24 Deer Hunter, The. Advertising color booklet insert (12 pages) for Weekly Variety (November, 1978). A Universal production ("THE DEER HUNTER will be a positive film. Not positive about the war, but the human condition...") starring Robert De Niro, John Cazale, John Savage, Meryl Streep, Christopher Walken, etc. Screenplay by Deric Washburn, Michael Cimino, Louis Garfinkle and Quinn K. Redeker. Music by Stanley Myers. Directed by Michael Cimino. Includes color production photographs, quotes by major critics and poster art ("One of the most important and controversial films of 1979.")
24 Dick Tracy/Robocop. Advertising (two sided/4 page) magazine poster (Dick Tracy/Robocop) insert for an unknown publication (1990). Dick Tracy: A Touchstone production starring Warren Beatty, Charles Korsmo, Glenne Headley, Seymour Cassel, Dustin Hoffman, Al Pacino, Madonna, etc. Screenplay by Jim Capps and Jack Epps , Jr. Music by Danny Elfman. Directed by Warren Beatty. 4 page color poster of Warren Beatty as "Dick Tracy." Robocop: An Orion Pictures' production ("The Future of Law Enforcement.") starring Peter Weller, Nancy Allen, Robocop, Daniel O' Herlihy, Ronny Cox, Kurtwood Smith, Miguel Ferrer, etc. Screenplay by Edward Nuemeier and Michael Miner. Music by Basil Poledouris. Directed by Paul Verhoeven. A 4 -page color poster of Peter Weller as "Robocop."
24 Die Hard 2. Advertising insert (4 pages) for The Boston Phoenix (June 29, 1990). A 20th Century Fox production starring Bruce Willis, Bonnie Bedelia, William Atherton, Reginald VelJohnson, Franco Nero, John Amos, etc. Screenplay by Steven E. de Souza and Doug Richardson (Based on the novel, "58 Minutes" by Walter Wager). Music by Michael Kamen. Directed by Renny Harlin. Includes a plot description ("...the sequel to the 1988 international blockbuster..."), cast information, production photographs and newspaper poster art ("Die Harder").
24 Dune. Advertising insert (8 pages) for The Boston Phoenix (December 4, 1984). A Universal production starring Kyle MacLachlan, Virginia Madsen, Brad Dourif, Jose Ferrer, Linda Hunt, Richard Jordan, Kenneth McMillan, Dean Stockwell, Max Von Sydow, Sean Young, etc. Screenplay by David Lynch (Based on the novel by Frank Herbert). Music by Toto. Directed by David Lynch. Includes a plot description ("...a life-affirming metaphor in which positive human potential, developed to its highest power, prevails intimately over even the deepest entrenched evil."), cast information, production photographs, advertising product tie-ins (Soundtrack album, DUNE books by Frank Herbert, Jordan Marsh invites you to "a world beyond your experience, beyond your imagination" - an exhibit of DUNE costumes and furniture, etc.) and newspaper poster art ("It is a world where sandworms 1,000 feet long guard creation's greatest treasure - the spice that prolongs life. And enables the mind to fold space and slow time. Where a prophecy will be fulfilled. And a young leader with incredible powers will emerge to command an army of five million warriors in the final battle for control of a universe and its source of ultimate power. The Planet called Dune.")
24 Fabulous Baker Boys, The. Advertising insert (4 pages) for The Boston Phoenix (October 6, 1989). A 20th Century Fox production starring Jeff Bridges, Michelle Pfeiffer, Beau Bridges, etc. Screenplay by Steve Kloves. Music by Dave Grusin. Directed by Steve Kloves. Includes a plot description, cast information, production photographs and newspaper poster art ("For 31 years it's been just the Fabulous Baker Boys...but times change.")
24 Fly, The. Advertising insert (4 pages) for The Boston Phoenix (August 12, 1986). A 20th Century Fox production starring Jeff Goldblum, Geena Davis, John Getz, etc. Screenplay by Charles Edward Pogue and David Cronenberg. Music by Howard Shore. Directed by David Cronenberg. Includes a plot description (A remake of the 1958 horror classic which starred Vincent Price), cast information, a biography of director David Cronenberg, advertising product tie-ins, production photographs and newspaper poster art ("Be Afraid. Be Very Afraid.")
24 Fly II, The. Advertising insert (4 pages) for The Boston Phoenix (February 3, 1989). A 20th Century Fox production ("The highly anticipated sequel that promises to deliver the same horrifying thrills and extraordinary artistic quality seen in the original.") starring Eric Stolz, Daphne Zuniga, Lee Richardson, Harley Cross, Gary Chalk, John Getz, etc. Screenplay by Mick Garris, Jim and Ken Wheat and Frank Darabont (Based on characters created by George Langelaan). Music by Christopher Young. Directed by Chris Walas. Includes a plot description ("...a successor in spirit to its predecessor, yet crucially different in its direction..."), cast information, production photographs and newspaper poster art ("Like Father. Like Son.").
24 Gandhi. Advertising color poster insert (4 pages) for Weekly Variety (1982). Columbia Pictures' production ("A World Event - Coming for the Winter of 1982") starring Ben Kingsley ("As The Mahatma"), Candice Bergen, Edward Fox, John Gielgud, Trevor Howard, John Mill, Martin Sheen, etc. Screenplay by John Briley. Music by Ravi Shankar. Directed by Richard Attenborough. "It took one remarkable man to defeat the British Empire and free a nation of 350 million people. His goal was freedom for India. His strategy was peace. His weapon was his humanity. His triumph changed the world forever."
24 Ghostbusters II. Advertising insert (4 pages) for The Boston Phoenix (1989). A Columbia Pictures' production ("Who ya gonna call?) starring Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Sigourney Weaver, Harold Ramis, Rick Moranis, Ernie Hudson, Annie Potts, etc. Screenplay by Harold Ramis and Dan Aykroyd. Music by Randy Edelman. Directed by Ivan Reitman. Includes a plot description ("The Ghostbusters are returning with twice the know-how and twice the particle power to pulverize those denizens of the netherworld."), cast information, advertising product tie-ins (Soundtrack album on cassette and CD, etc.), production photographs and newspaper poster art ("The Superstars of the Supernatural are back...And this time it's no marshmallow roast.")
24 Goldeneye. Advertising centerfold insert (4 pages) for the USA Today (November 16, 1995). A United Artists' production starring Pierce Brosnan, Sean Bean, Famke Janssen, Izabella Scorupco, Joe Don Baker, Judi Dench, Robbie Coltrane, etc. Screenplay by Jeffrey Caine and Bruce Feirstein. Directed by Martin Campbell. Includes a mock USA TODAY type news summary ("James Bond Blows Lid Off Goldeneye," "Traffic School, 007 Style," "Xenia Onatopp: Over the top," etc.), advertising product tie-ins (007 Collection on Video,TBS, BMW, Visa Card, etc.) and production photographs.
24 Gone With The Wind. Souvenir Edition (1989) newspaper reprint of The Atlanta Journal commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the World Premiere (December 15, 1939). "Every Ad and Every Article Pertains to GONE WITH THE WIND." Includes cast and production information, World Premiere information and production photographs.
24 Gorky Park. Advertising insert (4 pages) for The Boston Phoenix (1983). An Orion Pictures' production starring William Hurt ("Is he supposed to solve the crimes, or cover them up?"), Lee Marvin ("Does he sell furs...? Or friends?"), Brian Dennehy ("Does he want justice? Or vengeance?), Ian Bannen, "Introducing" Joanna Pacula ("Does she love him? Or is she one of them?"), etc. Screenplay by Dennis Potter (Based upon the novel by Martin Cruz Smith). Music by James Horner. Directed by Michael Apted. Includes a plot description ("...a film about people, not a film about the system. The system is there. The snow is there. The government is there. The violence is there."), cast information, advertising product tie-ins, production photographs and newspaper poster art ("Murder in Moscow From the International Best Seller").
24 Hotel New Hampshire, The. Advertising insert (8 pages) for The Boston Phoenix (March 6, 1984). An Orion Pictures' production starring Jodie Foster, Beau Bridges, Rob Lowe, Nastassja Kinski ("As Susie the Bear"), Wilford Brimley, Paul McCrane, Seth Green, etc. Screenplay by Tony Richardson (From the novel by John Irving). Music by Jacques Offenbach. Directed by Tony Richardson. Includes a plot description ("John Irving's affecting saga of an American family."), cast information, advertising product tie-ins and newspaper poster art.
24 Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. Advertising color poster insert (2 pages) for The Boston Herald (May 20, 1984). A Paramount Pictures' production starring Harrison Ford, Kate Capshaw, Ke Huy Quan, etc. Screenplay by Willard Huyck, Gloria Katz and George Lucas. Directed by Steven Spielberg. Includes a color photograph of Harrison Ford crossing a rope bridge and a biographical article on child actor, Ke Huy Quan.
24 Judge Dredd/Crimson Tide. Advertising color (two-sided) poster insert (6 pages) for Time Magazine (May, 1995). JUDGE DREDD: A Hollywood Pictures' production starring Sylvester Stallone, Armand Assante, Diane Lane, Rob Schneider, Joan Chen, Jurgen Prochnow, Max Von Sydow, etc. Screenplay by William Wisher and Steven De Souza (Based on the JUDGE DREDD characters owned by Fleetway Publications Limited and created by John Wagner and Carlos Ezquerra. Music by Alan Silvestri. Directed by Danny Cannon. "In the Future One Man is the Law." CRIMSON TIDE: A Hollywood Pictures' production starring Denzel Washington, Gene Hackman, George Dzundza, Viggo Mortensen, James Gandolfini, Matt Craven, etc. Screenplay Michael Schiffer. Music by Hans Zimmer. Directed by Tony Scott. "Summer Starts May 12...And Nothing Can Stop The Tide."
24 Jurassic Park (2 copies). Advertising fold-out color poster insert (4 pages) for Time Magazine (June, 1992). A Universal Pictures' production ("An Adventure 65 Million Years in the Making.") starring Sam Neill, Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum, Richard Attenborough, etc. Screenplay by Michael Crichton and David Koepp (Based on the novel by Michael Crichton). Music by John Williams. Directed by Steven Spielberg. Includes magazine poster art ("Where Extinction is a Thing of the Past.").
24 Karate Kid, The. Advertising insert (8 pages) for The Boston Phoenix (June 18, 19850. A Columbia Pictures' production ("Fighting always last answer to problem." - MIYAGI, Teacher of The Karate Kid) starring Ralph Macchio, Noriyuki "Pat" Morita, Elizabeth Shue, Martin Kove, William Zabka, Randee Heller, etc. Screenplay by Robert Mark Kamen. Music by Bill Conti. Directed by John G. Avildsen. Includes a plot description ("...basically a story of relationships, of growing and maturing..."), cast information, advertising product tie-ins, production photographs and newspaper poster art.
24 King David. Advertising centerfold insert (4 pages) for The Boston Globe (March 20, 1985). A Paramount Pictures' production ("The story of the man.") starring Richard Gere, Edward Woodward, Hurd Hatfield, etc. Screenplay by Andrew Birkin and James Costigan. Directed by Bruce Beresford. Newspaper poster art ("Rebel. Fighter. Bathsheba's lover. Goliath's slayer. "). This is a "Positively Paramount' promotional newspaper insert spotlighting KING DAVID along with FRIDAY THE 13TH PART V, WITNESS and BEVERLY HILLS COP.
24 Last Action Hero. Advertising centerfold insert (4 pages ) for the USA Today (June 11, 1993). A Columbia Pictures' production ("It's Movie Magic! The incredible story of a boy who teams up with his big screen hero.") starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, F. Murray Abraham, Art Carney, Charles Dance, Frank McRae, Tom Noonan, Robert Prosky, Anthony Quinn, Mercedes Ruehl, "Introducing" Austin O' Brien, etc. Screenplay by Shane Black and David Arnott. Music by Michael Kamen. Directed by John McTierna. Includes a plot description (""A magic ticket blasts 11-year old Danny Madigan out of his seat and right up onto the screen with Jack Slater."), cast and production information, advertising product tie-ins (Burger King, Hummer Dealers, etc.), production photographs and newspaper poster art ("Schwarzenegger In the Wildest Action Adventure Fantasy Ever!")
24 License To Kill/The Karate Kid Part III/Batman. Advertising insert (8 pages) for The Boston Phoenix (June, 1989). LICENSE TO KILL: A Danjaq Pictures' production ("Bond is Back...") starring Timothy Dalton (As "James Bond - 007"), Carey Lowell, Anthony Zerbe, David Hedison, Wayne Newton, Benicio Del Torro, Desmond Llewelyn, Pedro Armendariz, Jr., etc. Screenplay by Michael G. Wilson and Richard Maibaum. Directed by John Glen. Includes a plot description ("This is the biggest challenge of Bond's long and distinguished career. Is he up to it?"), cast information, production photographs, advertising product tie-ins ("Martini and Rossi 007 Cocktail - SHAKEN NOT STIRRED - An Exciting new drink!") and newspaper poster art ("A Thrilling New Bond Movie!"). THE KARATE KID PART III: A Columbia Pictures' production starring Ralph Macchio, Noriyuki "Pat" Morita, Thomas Ian Griffith, Sean Kanan, etc. Screenplay by Robert Mark Kaman. Music by Bill Conti. Directed by John G. Avildsen. Includes a plot description ("This film is about what happens when a student decides he knows more than his teacher."), cast information, production photographs and newspaper poster art ("First it was teacher to student. Then it was father to son. Now it's man to man."). BATMAN: A Warner Brothers' production starring Jack Nicholson, Michael Keaton, Kim Basinger, Robert Wuhl, Pat Hingle, Billy Dee Williams, Michael Gough, Jack Palance, etc. Screenplay by Sam Hamm and Warren Skaar. Music by Danny Elfman. Directed by Tim Burton. Includes a plot description ("The Caped Crusader returns in one of most talked about and eagerly awaited events of the summer."), cast information, advertising product tie-ins (Soundtrack album on LP, Cassette or CD, comics and miscellaneous BATMAN merchandise, etc.), production photographs and newspaper poster art. This is a HOT TIX insert promoting new films to be released in the summer of 1989.
24 Little Shop of Horrors. Advertising insert (4 pages) for The Boston Phoenix (December 16, 1986). A Warner Brothers/Geffen Company production starring Rick Moranis, Ellen Greene, Vincent Gardenia, James Belushi, John Candy, Christopher Guest, Bill Murray, "With a special appearance by Steve Martin," etc. Screenplay by Howard Ashman. Music by Alan Menken. Lyrics by Howard Ashman. Original motion picture score by Miles Goodman. Directed by Frank Oz. Includes a plot description ("...the monster musical comedy..."), cast and production information, advertising product tie-ins (Soundtrack recording on LP or cassette, etc.), production photographs and newspaper poster art ("The looniest, nuttiest, most outrageous movie musical comedy in years.")
24 Making Mr. Right. Advertising insert (4 pages) for The Boston Phoenix (April 3, 1987). An Orion Pictures' production ("Delightful! Wonderfully Unpredictable...Quite Daring and Very Unusual Comedy...") starring John Malkovich, Ann Magnuson, Ben Masters, Laurie Metcalf, Glenne Headly, etc. Screenplay by Floyd Byers and Laurie Frank. Directed by Susan Seidleman. Includes a plot description ("Take a woman in love with a new wave version of the six million dollar man, set them in Miami Beach, and you have the post modern girl-meets-boy story..."), cast and production information, production photographs and newspaper poster art ("A Man With a Good Warranty is Hard to Find.")
24 Matrix Reloaded, The. Advertising mock newspaper ("USA Today Life at the Movies") insert (4 pages) for the USA Today (May 14, 2003). A Warner Brothers Pictures' production starring Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne, Carrie-Anne Moss, Jada Pinkett Smith, Lambert Wilson, etc. Screenplay by Andy Wachowski and Lana Wachowski. Music by Don Davis. Directed by Andy Wachowski and Lana Wachowski. Includes various articles (Written in mock USA Today style) describing the plot ("Re-Enter the reloaded MATRIX"), returning characters and actors ("Old Hands"), new characters and actors ("New Faces"), frequently asked questions ("FQA"), a series of color and black and white production photographs and advertising product tie-ins ("Cadillac Enters The Matrix Reloaded"). Advertising "Enter the Matrix" EB Games product tie-in insert (3 copies) also included in folder.
24 Moonraker. Advertising color poster insert (8 pages) for Weekly Variety (1987), A United Artists' production "The James Bond 007 phenomenon continues - The biggest and most successful film series in the history of motion pictures. Seen by over one billion people to date.") starring Roger Moore (As "James Bond, 007"), Lois Chiles, Richard Kiel (As :"Jaws"), Michael Lonsdale (As "Drax"), etc. Screenplay by Christopher Wood. Music by John Barry. Directed by Lewis Gilbert. Color poster art ("Now Outer Space Belongs to James Bond 007 - Albert Broccoli and United Artists are proud to announce that the 11th James Bond film is now in production in Paris, London, Venice, Rio de Janeiro, Iguazu Falls, Tikal, Guatemala and Outer Space.").
24 My Giant. Advertising color poster (3 pages) for People Magazine (1998). A Columbia Pictures' production starring Billy Crystal, Kathleen Quinlan, Joanna Pacula, Gheorghe Muresan (As "Max"), etc. Screenplay by David Seltzer and Billy Crystal. Music by Marc Shaiman. Directed by Michael Lehmann. Magazine poster art.
24 Newsies (2 copies). Advertising mock newspaper ("The NEWSIES Banner") insert (6 pages) for USA Today (June 1992). A Walt Disney Pictures' production starring Christian Bale, David Moscow, Luke Edwards, Max Casella, Trey Parker, Robert Duvall, Bill Pullman, Ann-Margret, etc. Screenplay by Bob Tzudiker and Noni White. Music by Alan Menken. Lyrics by Jack Feldman. Directed by Kenny Ortega. Includes a plot description, ("The exciting story of the 1899 newsboy strike..."), cast and crew information, musical lyrics ("Seize the Day"), dance steps ("Get your friends together and dance just like the NEWSIES."), production photographs, a "Fun Page" (games and puzzles) and a Walt Disney Pictures page (Announcing additional 1992 Summer releases - PINICCHIO, HONEY, I BLEW UP THE KID and THE MIGHTY DUCKS).
24 Paper, The. Advertising mock newspaper (THE PAPER) insert (4 pages) for USA Today (March 18, 1994). A Universal/Imagine production starring Michael Keaton, Glenn Close, Marisa Tomei, Randy Quaid, Robert Duvall, etc. Screenplay by David Koepp and Stephen Koepp. Music by Randy Newman. "Make Up Your Mind" written and performed by Randy Newman. Directed by Ron Howard ("A New Comedy from the Director of BACKDRAFT and PARENTHOOD."). Includes various plot descriptions and character profiles as part of the mock USA Today newspaper format and newspaper poster art ("A behind-the -lines look at work, marriage and other forms of combat.").
24 Peggy Sue Got Married. Advertising insert (4 pages) for The Boston Phoenix (October 7, 1986). A Tri-Star Release ("What changes would someone make given the opportunity to live his life or her life over again?") starring Kathleen Turner, Nicolas Cage, Barry Miller, Catherine Hicks, Joan Allen, Kevin O' Connor, Jim Carrey, Lisa Jane Persky, Wil Shriner, Barbara Harris, Don Murray, Maureen O' Sullivan, Leon Ames, etc. Screenplay by Jerry Leichtling and Arlene Sarner. Music by John Barry. Directed by Francis Coppola. Includes a plot description, cast profiles and newspaper poster art ("It's a fantasy that's as effective as reality therapy, astutely insisting that not only can you go home again, but that you must.").
24 Punch Line. Advertising insert (4 pages) for The Boston Phoenix (September 30, 1988). A Columbia Pictures production ("Steven Gold is a medical student by day, but by night, for the last 18 months, he's been a tough act to follow at the comedy club. Every one agrees that he's going to be the next comic to make it big. Steve is driven to be funny, and his obsession finally causes him to flunk out of medical school.") starring Tom Hanks, Sally Field, John Goodman, Mark Rydell, etc. Screenplay by David Seltzer. Directed by David Seltzer. Includes a plot description ("...a story about striving for that lucky moment when one can rise out of anonymity and become a star..."), advertising product tie-ins (The Harvard Coop - "Comedy from THE COOP," Littel Jack Horner's Joke Shop - "Nose Jobs Cheap," etc.) and newspaper poster art ("It Only Hurts When I Laugh!").
24 Raw Deal. Advertising centerfold insert (2 pages) for the USA Today (June 6, 1986). A DEG Release starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Kathryn Harrold, Darren McGavin, Sam Wanamaker, Paul Shenar, Steven Hill, Ed Lauter, etc. Screenplay by Gary M. DeVore and Norman Wexler. Music by Cinemascore. Directed by John Irvin. Newspaper poster art ("The system gave him a raw deal. NOBODY gives him a raw deal.").
24 Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins.... Advertising insert (8 pages) for The Boston Phoenix (October 8, 1985). An Orion Pictures' production ("Remo has met his match and his mentor") starring Fred Ward, Joel Grey, Wilford Brimley, J.A. Preston, George Coe, Charles Cioffi, Kate Mulgrew, Mark Melnick, etc. Screenplay by Christopher Wood (Based on "The Destroyer" series by Richard Sapir Warren Murphy). Music by Craig Safan. Directed by Guy Hamilton. Includes a plot description ("He has a new name, a new face and a job offer - with a secret government organization."), cast and director biographies, a REMO WILLIAMS Advertising centerfold insert (2 pages) for the USA Today (June 6, 1986). A DEG Release starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Kathryn Harrold, Darren McGavin, Sam Wanamaker, Paul Shenar, Steven Hill, Ed Lauter, etc. Screenplay by Gary M. DeVore and Norman Wexler. Music by Cinemascore. Directed by John Irvin. Newspaper poster art ("The system gave him a raw deal. NOBODY gives him a raw deal."). "Heroes of the Year" photo quiz, a Thom McAn and Puma REMO WILLIAMS Ticket Giveaway contest and newspaper poster art ("A Secret U.S. Agency Trained Him To Dodge Bullets And Walk On Water. That Was The Easy Part. Now...The Real Excitement Begins.").
24 Robocop. Advertising insert 94 pages ) for The Boston Phoenix (July 10, 1987). An Orion Pictures' production ("The Future of Law Enforcement.") starring Peter Weller, Nancy Allen, Robocop, Daniel O' Herlihy, Ronny Cox, Kurtwood Smith, Miguel Ferrer, etc. Screenplay by Edward Nuemeier and Michael Miner. Music by Basil Poledouris. Directed by Paul Verhoeven. Includes a plot description ("Harrowing, heroic and laced with a dark humor, ROBOCOP is a dazzling sci-fi thriller.") and newspaper poster art ("Part Man, Part Machine, All Cop.").
24 Rose, The. Advertising color poster insert (4 pages) for Weekly Variety (November, 1979). A 20th Century Fox production ("Coming This Christmas") starring Better Midler, Alan Bates, Frederic Forrest, etc. Screenplay by Bill Kerby and Bo Goldman. Directed by Mark Rydell. "She gave and gave and gave...until she had nothing left to give."
24 Same Time, Next Year. Advertising color booklet insert (4 pages) for Weekly Variety (January 1979). A Universal Pictures' production ("The 4-year Broadway comedy smash that had 16 road companies and played in 28 countries is coming to the screen!") starring Ellen Burstyn and Alan Alda ("They couldn't have celebrated happier anniversaries if they were married to each other."). Screenplay by Bernard Slade. Produced on the stage by Morton Gottlieb ("Ellen Burstyn recreates her Tony Award role teamed with Alan Alda of M*A*S*H fame."). Music by Marvin Hamlisch. Directed by Robert Mulligan. Includes color production photographs and magazine poster art ("The story of the longest-run date in the history of non-marriage.").
24 Santa Claus - The Movie. Advertising insert (4 pages) for The Boston Phoenix (November 26, 1985). A Tri-Star Release ("The legend comes to life") staring Dudley Moore, John Lithgow, David Huddleston, Judy Cornwell, Burgess Meredith, etc. Screenplay by David Newman. Music by Henry Mancini. Directed by Jeannot Szwarc. Includes a plot description ("The story of how this simple woodcutter named Claus became the most enduring and beloved legend of all time..."), cast and production crew biographies and newspaper poster art ("Seeing is Believing").
24 Santa Claus - The Movie. Advertising newspaper poster art (1 page) for the USA Today (November 27, 1985). A Tri-Star Release ("The legend comes to life") staring Dudley Moore, John Lithgow, David Huddleston, Judy Cornwell, Burgess Meredith, etc. Screenplay by David Newman. Music by Henry Mancini. Directed by Jeannot Szwarc. "A Visual Wonderland To Thrill People Of All Ages."
24 Slaves of New York. Advertising insert (4 pages) for The Boston Phoenix (March 17, 1989). A Tri-Star Release starring Bernadette Peters, Chris Sarandon, Mary Beth Hurt, Madeleine Potter, Adam Coleman Howard, Nick Corri, Charles McCaughan, John Harkins, Mercedes Ruehl, Joe Leeway, Anna Katarina, etc. Screenplay by Tama Janowitz. Music by Richard Robbins. Directed by James Ivory. Includes a plot description ("The pursuit of success, happiness, and a better apartment is prevalent, and while the movie could only take place in New York City, the problems and struggles of its characters apply to young people in all kinds of relationships around the world.") and newspaper poster art.
24 Stand By Me. Advertising centerfold insert (2 pages) for The Boston Globe (August 22, 1986). A Columbia Pictures' production starring Wil Wheaton, River Phoenix, Corey Feldman, Jerry O' Connell, Kiefer Sutherland, Richard Dreyfus, etc. Screenplay by Raynold Gideon and Bruce A. Evans (Based on the novella "The Body" by Stephen King). Music by Jack Nitzche. Directed by Rob Reiner. Newspaper poster art ("The nicest surprise of the summer.").
24 Star Trek: The Motion Picture. Advertising insert (8 pages) for The Boston Phoenix (December 4, 1979). A Paramount Pictures' production ("We are on a journey to keep an appointment with whatever we are.") starring William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley, James Doohan, George Takei, Majel Barrett, Walter Koenig, Nichelle Nichols, "Presenting" Persis Khambatta, Stephen Collins (As "Decker"), etc. Screenplay by Harold Livingston and Alan Dean Foster. Music by Jerry Goldsmith. Directed by Robert Wise. Includes a plot description ("What the magic of imagination is all about."), cast biographies, various articles on the production ("NASA Scientist Advises STAR TREK," "The Enterprise Past and Present,""The Costumes Are Elaborate and Expensive," etc.) and newspaper poster art ("The Human Adventure Is Just Beginning.").
24 Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan. Advertising color centerfold insert (4 pages) for Time Magazine (May, 1982). A Paramount Pictures' production ("Khan takes control of the Federation Starship RELIANT and sets out in pursuit of the Enterprise, determined to let nothing stand in the way of his mission: kill Admiral Kirk...even if it means universal Armaggedon.") starring William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, DeForrest Kelley, James Doohan, Walter Koenig, George Takei, Nichelle Nichols, Bibi Besch, Paul Winfield, "Introducing" Kirstie Alley (As "Saavik"), Ricardo Montalban (As "Khan"), etc. Screenplay by Jack B. Sowards. Music by James Horner. Directed by Nicholas Meyer. Includes color production photographs and magazine poster art ("At the end of the universe lies the beginning of vengeance.").
24 Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home. Advertising insert (4 pages) for The Boston Phoenix (November 25, 1986). A Paramount Pictures' production ("It's the 23rd Century. The world is on the edge of destruction. The only hope for salvation lies in the past.") starring William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, DeForrest Kelley, etc. Screenplay by Steve Meerson, Peter Krikes, Harve Bennett, and Nicholas Meyer. Music by Leonard Rosenman. Directed by Leonard Nimoy. Includes a plot description ("These men are no strangers to adventure. But they are strangers to our world...the world of San Francisco, 1986."), an article on "The Making of THE VOYAGE HOME" and newspaper poster art ("The Fate of the Future Lies Hidden in the Past, Somewhere on Earth...1986.")
24 Tomorrow Never Dies. Advertising mock newspaper (4 pages) insert ("Tomorrow - Late Edition") for the USA Today (December 16, 1997). A Danjaq production starring Pierce Brosnan, Jonathan Pryce, Michelle Yeoh, Teri Hatcher, Ricky Jay, Joe Don Baker, Vincent Schiavelli, Judi Dench, Desmond Llewelyn, etc. Screenplay by Bruce Feirstein. Music by David Arnold. Directed by Roger Spottiswoode. Includes various plot descriptions and character profiles ("Unprovoked Attack Could Start World War III," "British Special Agent Could Be Last Hope," "Links To Media Mogul Under Investigation," etc.) as part of the mock USA Today newspaper format, advertising product tie-ins (BMW - "How Could Bond Possibly Be Faithful To Just One?", Ericsson Communications - "007 Has Never Been Better Equipped" and TBS SUPERSTATION - "13 Days of 007 - Superbond on the Superstation") and various production photographs.
24 Toy, The. Advertising mock color newspaper (4 pages) insert ("The Toy - If You Like the Newspaper, You'll Love the Movie.") for Weekly Variety (November, 1982). A Columbia Pictures' production starring Jackie Gleason, Richard Pryor, Teresa Ganzel, Wilfred Hyde-White, Virginia Capers, Karen Leslie-Lyttle, Ned Beatty, etc. Screenplay by Carol Sobieski and Francis Veber. Music by Patrick Williams. Directed by Richard Donner. Includes various plot descriptions and character profiles ("Teresa Ganzel: Serious Actress or Bust?" "Gleason Gleeful at Playing the Heavy," etc.)as part of the mock USA Today newspaper format, "The Scrambled Movie Titles Quiz" and full-color newspaper poster art ("Pryor for Hire, Gleason is Buyer, in THE TOY").
24 Urban Cowboy. Advertising insert (8 pages) for The Boston Phoenix (June 10, 1980). A Paramount Pictures' production ("When the sun sets in the Southwest, John Travolta becomes...URBAN COWBOY") starring John Travolta, Debra Winger, Barry Corbin, Brooke Anderson, Scott Glenn, Madolyn Smith, etc. Screenplay by James Bridges and Aaron Lathom. Directed by James Bridges. Includes a plot description, cast biographies, production crew biographies, various articles ("Country Music," "Conquering the Mechanical Bull" and "Country-Western Dancing is Hot,"), advertising product tie-ins (Motion picture soundtrack, Pennsylvania Company Fine Western Wear, etc. ), production photographs and newspaper poster art ("Hard Hat Days and Honky -Tonk Nights").
24 Witches of Eastwick, The. Advertising insert (4 pages ) for The Boston Phoenix (June 12, 1987). A Warner Brothers' production ("Take care what you dream, for your dreams may come true.") starring Jack Nicholson, Cher, Susan Sarandon, Michelle Pfeiffer, Veronica Cartwright, etc. Screenplay by Michael Cristofer (Based on the book by John Updike). Music by John Williams. Directed by George Miller. Includes a plot description (" A supernatural thriller set in the 1980s that is also comic battle of the sexes."), production notes and newspaper poster art ("Three Beautiful Woman. One Lucky Devil.").
24 Wiz, The. Advertising color centerfold insert (4 pages) for an unknown publication (1978). A Universal Pictures' production starring Diana Ross, Michael Jackson, Nipsey Russell, Ted Ross, Lena Horne, Richard Pryor (As "The Wiz"), etc. Screenplay by Joel Schumacher. Songs by Charlie Smalls. Music adapted and supervised by Quincy Jones. Directed by Sidney Lumet. A full-color advertising fashion ("Ronald Kolodzie," "Rona's Gloria Castaldo," etc.) tie-in with costumed scene recreations from the film. A program page (Sack Theatre Showguide - Boston -October 1978) also included in folder.
24 Woodstock. Advertising insert (8 pages) for Weekly Variety (1970). A Warner Brothers' production ("No one was who was there will ever be the same") starring Joan Baez, Joe Cocker, Country Joe and the Fish, Crosby, Stills and Nash, Arlo Guthrie, Richie Havens, Jimi Hendrix, Santana, John Sebastian, Sha-Na-Na, Sly and the Family Stone, Ten Years After, The Who and "400, 000 other beautiful people." A (Documentary) film by Michael Wadleigh. Produced by Bob Maurice. Includes various promotional material on the filmmakers ("Wadleigh and Maurice: Ready for the Moment When It Came"), the musicians ("Hendrix: 'Free Form' Brings Gut Reactions," etc.)production and promotional photographs, a two-page reproduction of the concert poster ("3 Days of Peace and Music") and newspaper and magazine poster art ("With a Little Help From Our Friends.").
24 World Is Not Enough, The. Advertising mock color newspaper (6 pages) insert for the USA Today (November, 1999). A Danjaq production starring Pierce Brosnan, Robert Carlyle, Sophie Marceau, Desmond Llewelyn, John Cleese, Denise Richards, Judi Dench, etc. Screenplay by Neal Purvis, Robert Wade and Bruce Feirstein. Music by David Arnold. Directed by Michael Apted. Includes a plot description ("The World Needs Saving One More Time"), an article on "The Women of BOND," production photographs, advertising product tie-ins ("Smirnoff - Bond's Vodka of Choice," " MGM Home Entertainment - Own the one and only James Bond on VHS and Special Edition DVD," "BMW - There's One Number You Can Count ON...007," etc.) and newspaper poster art "See The Hottest Bond Ever!").
24 Working Girl. Advertising insert (4 pages) for The Boston Phoenix (December 16, 1988). A 20th Century Fox production starring Harrison Ford, Melanie Griffith, Sigourney Weaver, Joan Cusack, Alec Baldwin, etc. Screenplay by Kevin Wade. Music by Carly Simon. Directed by Mike Nichols. Includes a plot description ("A comedy drama that takes the sweet but street-smart Tess, played by Melanie Griffith, on the trip up that treacherous corporate ladder."), production notes, production photographs and newspaper poster art ("For anyone who's ever one. For anyone who's ever lost. And for everyone who's still in there trying.").

CINEMA - PROMOTIONAL EPHEMERA (MISCELLANEOUS)

Includes souvenir books (sold in theatre lobbies), programs (distributed to ticket holders) and "Official Magazines" (sold at newsstands). Also included are miscellaneous promotional items such as pinback buttons, plastic coins, keychains, sheet music, etc. Also, of related interest, see STILL LIFE ( a collection of posed Hollywood film production and publicity photographs) by Diane Keaton and Marvin Heiferman, THE ALBUM COVER ART OF SOUNDTRACKS by Frank Jastfelder and Stefan Kassel and HOLLYWOOD AND THE GREAT FAN MAGAZINES edited by Martin Levin - all titles included in THE JIM LIVERSIDGE COLLECTION book holdings.


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25 Addams Family, The. Promotional 3 x 8 inch (green and black) bumper sticker for the 1991 Paramount Pictures production starring Raul Julia, Anjelica Huston, Christopher Lloyd, Elizabeth Wilson, Christina Ricci, Judith Malina, Dan Hedaya, Paul Benedict, Dana Ivey, etc. Directed by Barry Sonnefeld. Screenplay by Charles Addams, Caroline Thompson and Larry Wilson. The back of the bumper sticker promises "Family Fun" with an offer for "The Addams Family" T- shirts ("If You're into THE ADDAMS FAMILY, get into one of these creepy kooky tee's" ("Lurch" image or a "Family" group image). Also featured is a promotional announcement of the theatrical release (November 8, 1991) of "this great new film from Paramount...ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS."
25 Airport 1975. 82 page souvenir book (sold in Showcase Cinemas theatre lobby - Lawrence, Massachusetts) written and designed by Linda Stewart, Ted Sennett and Robert Cuevas for the 1974 Universal/ MCA production ("Helpless people trapped in a crippled airliner - the pilot paralyzed, the co-pilot dead, the peaks of the Rockies dead ahead!") starring Charlton Heston, Karen Black, George Kennedy (the only actor to star in all "Airport" films), Efrem Zimbalist, Jr., Susan Clark, Helen Reddy ("A singing nun who flies!"), Linda Blair, Dana Andrews, Roy Thinnes, Sid Caesar, Myrna Loy, Ed Nelson, Nancy Olson, Larry Storch, Martha Scott, Jerry Stiller )Of the comedy team, STILLER AND MEARA and television's SEINFELD. Father of Ben Stiller), Norman Fell, Conrad Janis, Beverly Garland (Co-star of television's MY THREE SONS), Guy Stockwell (Brother of Dean Stockwell), Erik Estrada, Kip Nivin (Former husband of Linda Lavin), Christopher Norris, Sharon Gless, Gloria Swanson ("God gave us plenty of good wholesome food. He did not mean us to eat chemicals."), Jim Plunkett (New England Patriots), Gene Washington (San Francisco 49ers) etc. Directed by Jack Smight. Screenplay by Don Ingalls (Inspired by the novel AIRPORT by Arthur Hailey). Music by John Cacavas. Costumes by Edith Head. The souvenir book includes production and publicity photographs ("The spine chilling story of the spectacular motion picture with over 100 action photographs"), cast biographies ("An All-Star Cast in a Four-Star Movie"), color poster art, "The Making of AIRPORT 1975" (18 pages) by Ted Sennett and a 46 page novelization ("The suspense never lets up!") of the film by Linda Stewart.
25 Aladdin. 2 plastic promotional gold coins (featuring the image of the "Genie" on one side and the "Disney's Aladdin" logo on the reverse side) for the 1992 Disney Studios production starring the voices of Robin Williams, Scott Weinger, Linda Larkin, Gilbert Gottfried, Douglas Seale, Bruce Adler, Charles Adler, Jerry Houser, etc. Directed by Ron Clements and John Musker. Screenplay by Ron Clements, John Musker, Ted Elliott, Terry Rossio, etc. Music by Alan Menken. Lyrics by Howard Ashman.
25 Aliens. "The Official Movie Magazine" (68 pages) for the 1986 Twentieth Century Fox sequel (to the 1979 film "Alien") starring Sigourney Weaver, Michael Biehn, Paul Reiser, Lance Henriksen, Bill Paxton, William Hope, etc. Screenplay by James Cameron , David Giler and Walter Hill. Directed by James Cameron. The magazine includes a novelization of he film ("The film's spectacular story!") by Lee Goldberg, Patrick Daniel O' Neill and John Sayers, color production and publicity photographs, cast and crew biographies and "behind the scenes" information.
25 Annie. "The Official Movie Magazine" (68 pages) for the 1982 Columbia Pictures production starring Albert Finney, Carol Burnett, Bernadette Peters, Ann Reinking, Tim Curry, Geoffrey Holder, Edward Herrmann (as "F.D.R."), Sandy (as "Himself"), Aileen Quinn (as "Annie"),Peter Marshall (Host of the original, THE HOLLYWOOD SQUARES), Wayne Cilento, Ken Swofford, Angela Martin, The Big Apple Circus, etc. Screenplay by Carol Sobieski. Directed by John Huston. Music by Charles Strouse. Lyrics by Martin Charnin. The magazine includes color and black and white production and publicity photographs, a novelization of the film by Susan Adamo, John Clayton, David Everitt, etc., cast and crew biographies, "A Day in the Life of Aileen Quinn," "The Story of America's Favorite Orphan: From Comic Strip to Hollywood," "Super Contest Giveaway!" and promotional tie-in advertisements (Sears, Knickerbocker Toys, etc.). Also included in the folder: "The Official (66pae) Movie Souvenir Program" (sold in Showcase Cinemas theatre lobby, Lawrence, Massachusetts - featuring color and black and white images and much of the same information from the movie magazine) and miscellaneous newspaper insert/promotional tie-in advertisements (Coca-Cola, Alcoa, Ken-L ration, Puss'n Boots, and Hi-C Fruit Drinks).
25 Back To Bataan. 18.5 x 24 inch (green and red) poster reproduction for the 1945 RKO Radio Pictures production starring John Wayne, Anthony Quinn, Beulah Bondi, Fely Franquelli, Leonard Strong, etc. Screenplay by Ben Barzman and Richard Landau. Directed by Edward Dmytryk.
25 Backdraft. Two 3.5 x 8.5 inch promotional tie-in advertising cards (distributed by EMERGENCY ONE FIRETRUCKS, INC. in the Ocala, Florida theatre lobby) for the 1991 Imagine Films/Universal production ("Two Thumbs Up!" - Siskel and Ebert) starring Robert DeNiro, Kurt Russell, William Baldwin, Scott Glenn, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Rebecca DeMornay, Donald Sutherland, etc. Screenplay by Gregory Widen. Directed by Ron Howard. E-ONE (Emergency One) Firetrucks were used in the production of the film.
25 Barry Lyndon. 2 page theatrical program for the 1975 Warner Brothers production starring Ryan O'Neal, Marisa Berenson, Patrick Magee, Hardy Kruger, Gay Hamilton, Frank Middlemass, Arthur O' Sullivan, Leonard Rossiter, Philip Stone, Leon Vitali, Michael Hordern, Anthony Dawes, etc. Screenplay by Stanley Kubrick. Directed by Stanley Kubrick. Music adapted by Leonard Rosenman. Irish traditional music by The Chieftains.
25 Batman. "The Official Book of the Movie" (96 page Bantam Trade Paperback) by John Marriott for the 1989 Warner Brothers production starring Michael Keaton, Jack Nicholson, Kim Basinger, Robert Wuhl, Billy Dee Williams, Jerry Hall, Pat Hingle, Michael Gough, Jack Palance, etc. Screenplay by Sam Hamm and Warren Skaaren. Directed by Tim Burton. Music by Prince and Danny Elfman. The book includes a history of the Batman character, cast and crew biographies, color production and publicity photographs and articles on costumes, special effects and sets. Also included in the folder: "The Official Movie Souvenir Magazine" (66 pages - featuring a plot summary, color and black and white production and publicity photographs, cast and crew biographies and miscellaneous articles on the film, cast and crew) and two Warner Brothers merchandise catalogues ("Collectibles and Gifts Inspired by the Motion Picture").
25 Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, The. 3 page TV Guide (Rick Springfield of "General Hospital" on cover - July 17-23, 1982) fold-out (color) advertisement for the 1982 Universal/RKO production ("With Burt and Dolly this much fun just couldn't be legal! See their new movie July 23rd at a theater near you.") starring Burt Reynolds, Dolly Parton, Dom DeLuise, Charles Durning, Jim Nabors, etc. Screenplay by Larry L. King, Peter Masterson and Colin Higgins. Original music by Carol Hall and Patrick Williams. Additional songs by Dolly Parton. Directed by Colin Higgins. The advertisement also includes a page announcing a syndicated promotional television special entitled "The Best Little Special in Texas" starring Burt Reynolds and Dolly Parton (airs July 19-23rd, 1982) featuring guest stars Dom DeLuise, Jim Nabors, The Statler Brothers, Mel Tillis and Tanya Tucker.
25 Birds, The. 45 RPM (red vinyl) Universal Pictures "Teaser Radio Spots" (6 - 10 second announcements) promotional recording for the 1963 Universal Pictures production starring Tippi Hedren, Rod Taylor, Jessica Tandy, Suzanne Pleshette, Veronica Cartwright, Charles McGraw, Joe Mantell, Lonny Chapman, Doodles Weaver, etc. Screenplay by Daphne Du Maurier and Evan Hunter. Directed by Alfred Hitchcock.
25 Brink's Job, The. 9 x 13 inch window card (Poster art on front with cast and production information on reverse side) for the 1978 Universal production starring Peter Falk, Peter Boyle, Allen Goorwitz, Warren Oates, Gena Rowlands, Paul Sorvino, Sheldon Leonard,Kevin O' Connor, Malachy McCourt, etc. Screenplay by Walon Green (Based on "Big Stick Up at Brinks" by Noel Behn). Music by Richard Rodney Bennett. Directed by William Friedkin. This card was distributed at the Cheri Cinema Complex in Boston's Back Bay for the World Premiere (December 7, 1978) presentation.
25 Buddy Holly Story, The. 18 page (color, sepia and black and white) souvenir book (sold in theatre lobbies) for the 1978 Innovisions/ECA (Edward Cohen Productions) production starring Gary Busey, Don Stroud, Charles Martin Smith, William Jordan, Conrad Janis, Fred Travalena (Celebrity impressionist), Stymie Beard (Most famous as a child star in the "Our Gang" comedy film shorts), Dick O'Neill, Freeman King, Arch Johnson, Peter Griffin, Will Jordan (as "Ed Sullivan"), Gailard Sartain (as "The Big Bopper"), Gilbert Melgar (as "Richie Valens"), Paul Mooney (as "Sam Cooke"), Jerry Zaremba (as "Eddie Cochran"), Maria Richwine, etc. Screenplay by Robert Gittler. Directed by Steve Rash. The souvenir book includes production and publicity photographs, staff and crew biographies, poster art, production information, a complet cast and credit list and a "Free Vinyl Soundtrack Record Inside."
25 Cabaret. 26 page (color) souvenir book (sold in Gary Theatre lobby, Boston - March 19, 1972) for the 1972 ABC Pictures production starring Liza Minnelli, Joel Grey, Michael York, Helmut Griem, Fritz Wepper, Marisa Berenson, etc. Screenplay by Jay Allen. Book by Joe Masteroff. Music by John Kander. Lyrics by Fred Ebb. Directed by Bob Fosse. The souvenir book includes a plot description, color production and publicity photographs, cast and crew biographies and a complete cast and credit list.
25 Caligula. 4 page Sack Theatre (Boston, Massachusetts) newspaper Show Guide (Distributed at the Sack Cheri Cinema Complex in Boston's Back Bay) featuring a front page article promoting the August 1980 Boston premiere of the 1979 Penthouse Films production starring Malcolm McDowell, Peter O' Toole, John Gielgud, Helen Mirren, etc. Screenplay by Gore Vidal, Bob Guccione, Giancarlo Lui and Franco Rossellini. Directed by Tinto Brass, Bob Guccione and Giancarlo Lui. The Show Guide includes newspaper poster art and information on miscellaneous films in release in August of 1980 including "Brubaker," "The Big Red One," "Dressed to Kill," "The Blue Lagoon," "My Bodyguard," "The Empire Strikes Back," etc.
25 Camille Claudel. 8 x 10 inch 2 page herald (Distributed at the Fox Sunrise Theatre, Ft. Lauderdale - "Exclusive Broward County Engagement") for the 1988 Orion Classics production ("In 1885 Auguste Rodin Met the Greatest Artist He Would Ever Know") starring Isabelle Adjani, Gerard Depardieu, Laurent Grevill, Philippe Clevenot, Katrine Boorman, Roger Planchon, Jean-Pierre Sentier, etc. Screenplay by Bruno Nuytten and Marilyn Goldin (From the work by Reine-Marie Paris). Music by Gabriel Yared. Directed by Bruno Nuytten. Includes (Black and white) poster art, critic's quotes ("A compelling and ripping melodrama", etc.) and biographical information for artist Camille Claudel (1864-1943).
25 Chorus Line, A. 127 page 1985 New American Library publication - RICHARD ATTENBOROUGH'S CHORUS LINE - compiled by Diana Carter with color photographs by Josh Weiner and Alan Pappe for the 1985 Embassy Films production starring Michael Douglas, Michael Blevins, Yamil Borges, Jan Gan Boyd, Sharon Brown, Cameron English, Gregg Burge, Nicolle Fosse (Daughter of Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon), Janet Jones, Audrey Landers, Terence Mann, Charles McGowan, Blane Savage, Sammy Smith, Gregg Huffman, etc. Screenplay by Arnold Schulman. Music by Marvin Hamlisch. Lyrics by Ed Kleban. Choreographed by Jeffrey Hornaday. Directed by Richard Attenborough. Includes cast and crew biographies, production information and color production and publicity photographs.
25 Civil Action, A. 3.5 x 2.5 inch (Black and white) promotional (square) pinback button (Image of John Travolta with "John Travolta - A Civil Action" lettering) for the 1998 Touchstone Pictures production starring John Travolta, Robert Duvall, Tony Shalhoub, William H. Macy, Zejiko Ivanek, Bruce Norris, John Lithgow, Kathleen Quinlan, Peter Jacobson, James Gandolfini, Stephen Fry, Dan Hedaya, Sydney Pollack, etc. Screenplay by Jonathan Harr and Steven Zaillian. Directed by Steven Zaillian.
25 Coal Miner's Daughter. 18 page souvenir program for the 1980 Universal Pictures production starring Sissy Spacek (as "Loretta Lynn"), Tommy Lee Jones, Beverly D 'Angelo (as "Patsy Cline'), Levon Helm, Phyllis Boyens, Bill Anderson, Jr., Ernest Tubb, Grant Turner, Merle Kilgore, Jim Webb, etc. Screenplay by Tom Rickman (Based on the autobiography by Loretta Lynn with George Vecsey). Directed by Michael Apted. The souvenir book includes color poster art, production notes, cast and crew biographies, cast and crew credits, an advertisement for the COAL MINER'S DAUGHTER soundtrack album (and albums by Loretta Lynn), an advertisement for "Exclusive" COAL MINER'S DAUGHTER film merchandise and an "autographed"(printed) Loretta Lynn color poster. Also included in the folder: a 2012 UNIVERSAL 100TH ANNIVERSARY promotional DVD re-release sleeve.
25 Cocoon: The Return. 8 x 10 inch 1988 magazine advertisement ("You could Win $10 from Instant Quaker Oatmeal to see COCCON:THE RETURN") for the "Cocoon: The Return Sweepstakes" promoting the 1988 Zanuck/Brown - 20th Century Fox production starring Don Ameche, Wilfred Brimley, Courtney Cox, Hume Cronyn, Steve Guttenberg, Maureen Stapleton, Elaine Stritch, Jessica Tandy, Gwen Verdon, Tyrone Power, Jr., Tahnee Welch (Daughter of Raquel Welch), etc. Screenplay by David Saperstein, Stephen McPherson and Elizabeth Bradley. Directed by Daniel Petrie. "Treat your whole family to the delicious taste of Instant Quaker Oatmeal. And Instant Quaker Oatmeal could treat you to COCCON: THE RETURN."
25 Dances With Wolves. Two 3.5 x 4 inch entry blanks for the General Cinema "DANCES WITH WOLVES Contest" (for a vacation trip to the Black Hills of South Dakota) promoting the 1990 Tig Productions/Majestic Films International production starring Kevin Costner, Mary McDonnell, Graham Greene, Rodney A. Grant, Robert Pastorelli, Charles Rockett, Maury Chaykin, etc. Screenplay by Michael Blake. Directed by Kevin Costner. Includes original film logo and the official rules for the contest.
25 Dark, The. 7 x 10 inch promotional (10 page) comic book promoting the 1994 Imperial Entertainment/Norstar Entertainment production ("It Will Consume You.") starring Stephen McHattie, Jaimz Woolvett, Brion Jones, Cynthia Belliveau, etc. Screenplay by Robert C. Cooper. Music by Guy Zerafa and Alun Davies. Directed by Craig Pryce. Includes color poster art, a comic book novelization of the film, production and publicity photographs and cast and crew lists. "Something is alive beneath the surface of the graveyard. Something with the power to destroy, and the power to heal..."
25 Darling Lili. Radio City Music Hall ("Showplace of the Nation in the Heart of Rockefeller Center") program ("Week beginning August 13, 1970") for the stage show and the 1970 Paramount Pictures production starring Julie Andrews, Rock Hudson, Jeremy Kemp, Lance Percival, Gloria Paul, etc. Screenplay by Blake Edwards and William Peter Blatty. Music by Henry Mancini and Johnny Mercer. Directed by Blake Edwards. The program includes listings for music from Richard Leibert, Raymond Bohr and Jack Ward on the Music Hall Grand Organ, "Espana" produced by Leon Leonidoff, "The Gay Senoritas" featuring the Radio City Music Hall Rockettes, "La Taberna Del Toro" featuring Carman Rojas and Paco Ruiz ("Spain's Masters of the Flamenco") and the grand finale - Ravel's "Bolero" featuring the entire company.
25 Devil's Playground, The. Two page 1982 ( 8.5 x 14 inch) herald (Distributed at the Orson Welles Cinema - Cambridge, Massachusetts) for the 1976 Film House/Australian Film Commission production starring Nick Tate, Simon Burke, Arthur Digman, etc. Screenplay by Fred Schepisi. Directed by Fred Schepisi. Includes (Black and white) poster art, a film review (January 22, 1982) by Bruce McCabe from The Boston Globe and a film review by Pauline Kael for The New Yorker (December 7, 1981).
25 Doctor Zhivago. 34 page souvenir book (sold in theatre lobbies) for the 1965 Metro-Goldwyn Mayer production starring Omar Sharif, Geraldine Chaplin, Julie Christie, Tom Courtney, Alec Guinness, Siobhan McKenna, Ralph Richardson, Rod Steiger, Rita Tushingham, Klaus Kinski, etc. Screenplay by Robert Bolt (from the novel by Boris Pasternak). Music by Maurice Jarre. Directed by David Lean. Souvenir book includes color poster art, color production and publicity photographs, cast and crew biographies, production notes and cast and crew list.
25 Dragnet. "Official (8 x 11 inch) DRAGNET Poster Magazine ("Just the Facts") for the 1987 Universal Pictures production starring Tom Hanks, Dan Aykroyd, Christopher Plummer, Dabney Coleman, Harry Morgan, Alexandra Coleman, Elizabeth Ashley, etc. Screenplay by Dan Aykroyd, Alan Zweibel and Tom Mankiewicz. Directed by Tom Mankiewicz. The poster magazine includes production notes, color poster art and color production and publicity photographs. The entire magazine opens into a 22 x 21 inch (color) film poster featuring the Badge 714 "Dragnet" logo.
25 Dune. 8.5 x 11 inch "DUNE Terminology" (Two-sided) sheet (distributed in film lobbies) for the De Laurentiis/Universal Films production starring Kyle MacLachlan, Leonardo Cimino, Brad Dourif, Jose Ferrer, Linda Hunt, Richard Jordan, Virginia Madsen, Silvana Mangano, Kenneth McMillan, Jack Nance, Sian Phillips, etc. Screenplay by Frank Herbert and David Lynch. Directed by David Lynch. The list includes explanations and definitions for everything from "Arrakeen" to "Water of Life" (words and phrases used in the novel and film).
25 Equus. 4 page (heavy stock) program (Distributed in the theatre lobbies) for the 1977 United Artists production starring Richard Burton, Peter Firth, Colin Blakely, Joan Plowright, Harry Andrews, Eileen Atkins, Jenny Agutter, etc. Screenpaly by Peter Shaffer (Based upon his stage play). Music by Richard Rodney Bennett. Directed by Sidney Lumet. Includes color poster art and cast and crew list.
25 Fantasia. Two (28 page) souvenir books for the 1940 Walt Disney Pictures production starring the voices of Leopold Stokowski, Deems Taylor, Walt Disney, etc. Screenplay by Joe Grant and Dick Huemer. Directed by James Alger and others. The souvenir book includes color poster art, color and black and white production and publicity images, film program and production notes.
25 Femme Nikita, La. 5.5 x 8.5 inch (color) promotional postcard (Image of actress, Anne Parillaud sitting on the floor and leaning against a wall-holding an automatic pistol) for the 1990 Samuel Goldwyn Company/Gaumont production ("One Woman, Two Lives") starring Anne Parillaud, Jean-Hughes Anglade, Tcheky Karyo, Jeanne Moreau, Jean Bouise, Jean Reno, Philippe Leroy-Beaulieu, Roland Blanche, Jacques Boudet, etc. Screenplay by Luc Besson. Music by Eric Serra. Directed by Luc Besson.
25 Fiddler on the Roof. 34 page (color and black and white) souvenir book (sold in the Cheri Cinema Complex lobby in Boston's Back Bay - November 21, 1971) for the 1971 Mirisch Production Company production starring Topol, Norma Crane, Leonard Frey, Molly Picon ("First Lady of the Yiddish Theatre'), Paul Mann, Rosalind Harris, Neva Small, (Paul) Michael Glaser (Most famous as the co-star of television's "Starsky and Hutch"), Louis Zorich (Husband of Olympia Dukakis), etc. Screenplay by Joseph Stein. Music by Jerry Boch. Lyrics by Sheldon Harnick. Soloist: Isaac Stern. Choreographed by Jerome Robbins. Directed by Norman Jewison.The souvenir book includes color poster art, color and black and white production and publicity photographs, cast and crew biographies, production notes and a cast and crew list.
25 First Men in the Moon. 7 x 10 inch 1964 Gold Key (12 cent) promotional tie-in comic book ("The first men to land on the moon discover someone has been there before them!") for the 1964 Columbia Pictures production starring Edward Judd, Martha Hyer, Lionel Jeffries, Miles Malleson, Norman Bird, etc. Screenplay by Nigel Kneale and Jan Read. Directed by Nathan Juran. The comic book includes color poster art, color and black and white production photographs, and a 32-page comic book novelization of the film.
25 For the Boys. Three (color) magazine insert advertisements for the 1991 20th Century Fox production ("Laughter and tears. Tragedy and Triumph. They Lived it all. For the Boys.") starring Bette Midler (Portraying a fictional character based on entertainer, Martha Raye), James Caan (Portraying a fictional character based on entertainer, Bob Hope.), George Segal, Patrick O' Neal, Norman Fell, Jack Sheldon (Jazz trumpet player. Most famous for his soundtrack recording of THE SHADOW OF YOUR SMILE from the 1965 film, THE SANDPIPER and his television appearances on THE MERV GRIFFIN SHOW and RUN, BUDDY, RUN), Melissa Manchester, etc. Screenplay by Marshall Brickman, Neal Jimenez and Lindy Laub. Music by Dave Grusin. Directed by Mark Rydell.
25 Four Feathers, The. 4 page (color) magazine insert advertisement for the 2002 Paramount Pictures production ("In the Grand Filmmaking Tradition of BRAVEHEART, TITANIC, and THE ENGLISH PATIENT...") starring Heath Ledger, Wes Bentley, Kate Hudson, Djimon Hounsou, Michael Sheen, etc. Screenplay by Michael Schiffer and Hossein Amini (Based on the novel by A.F.W. Mason). Music by James Horner. Directed by Shekhar Kapur.
25 Funny Girl. Two 48-page (color and black and white) souvenir books (Sold in the Showcase Cinemas theatre lobby - Lawrence, Massachusetts) for the 1968 Columbia Pictures production starring Barbra Streisand (as Ziegfeld and radio star, "Fanny Brice"), Omar Sharif (as gambler and racketeer, "Nicky Arnstein"), Kay Medford, Anne Francis, Walter Pidgeon (as theatre producer, "Florenz Ziegfeld"), Lee Allen, Mae Questel, Gerald Mohr, Frank Faylan, etc. Screenplay by Isobel Lennart. Music by Jule Styne. Lyrics by Bob Merrill. Choreographed by Herbert Ross. Directed by William Wyler. The souvenir book (written by Jack Brodsky and designed by Robert Geissmann) includes color poster art, color and black and white production and publicity photographs (by Steve Schapiro, Ted Allan, John Monte, Muki Pierluigi and Sterling Smith), production notes, cast and crew biographies, vintage images of Fanny Brice and a cast and crew list.
25 Funny Lady. 34 page (color and black and white) souvenir book (Sold in theatre lobbies) for the 1975 Columbia Pictures production ("THE FUNNY GIRL YOU FELL IN LOVE WITH BECOMES THE LADY YOU WILL NEVER FORGET") starring Barbra Streisand (as Ziegfeld and radio star, "Fanny Brice"), James Caan (as producer and songwriter, "Billy Rose"), Omar Sharif (as gambler and racketeer, "Nicky Arnstein"), Roddy McDowell, Ben Vereen (as "Bert Robbins" - a fictionalized version of Ziegfeld star, Bert Williams), Carole Wells, Heidi O' Rourke (as Olympic swimmer and "Aquacade" star "Eleanor Holm"), Cliff Norton, Dick Winslow, etc. Screenplay by Jay Presson Allen and Arnold Shulman. Music and lyrics by John Kander and Fred Ebb. Directed and choreographed by Herbert Ross. The souvenir book includes color poster art ("...history will repeat itself with FUNNY LADY."), color and black and white production and publicity photographs, a biography of Fanny Brice, cast and crew biographies, production notes, an article on Fanny Brice's radio character, "Baby Snooks") and a cast and crew list. "...history will repeat itself with FUNNY LADY."
25 Godfather, The. 26 page (color and black and white) souvenir book (Sold in the Showcase Cinemas theatre lobby - Lawrence, Massachusetts) for the 1972 Paramount Pictures production starring Marlon Brando, Al Pacino, James Caan, Richard Castellano, Robert Duvall, Sterling Hayden, John Marley, Richard Conte, Diane Keaton, Abe Vigoda, Talia Shire, Gianni Russo, John Cazale, Al Martino, Morgana King, Alex Rocco, Vito Scotti, etc. Screenplay by Mario Puzo and Francis Ford Coppola (Based on Mario Puzo's novel). Music by Nino Rota. Directed by Francis Ford Coppola. The souvenir book includes color poster art, color and black and white production and publicity photographs, production notes, cast and crew biographies and a cast and crew list. A newspaper article commemorating the 35th anniversary of the film's release (Gainesville Sun, March 16, 2007) is also included in the folder.
25 Godfather Part II, The. 26 page (color and black and white) souvenir book (Sold in the Showcase Cinemas theatre lobby - Lawrence, Massachusetts) for the 1974 Paramount Pictures production starring Al Pacino, Robert Duvall, Diane Keaton, Robert De Niro, John Cazale, Talia Shire, Lee Strasberg, Bruno Kirby, Jr., Morgana King, Dominic Chianese, Troy Donohue, Abe Vigoda, Fay Spain, Peter Donat, James Caan, etc. Screenplay by Francis Ford Coppola and Mario Puzo. Music by Nino Rota. Directed by Francis Ford Coppola. The souvenir book includes color poster art, production notes, color and black and white production and publicity photographs, cast and crew biographies, a "Godfather Family Tree" and a cast and crew list. A promotinal DVD sleeve for the 2008 "Coppola Restoration " release is also included in the folder.
25 Godzilla. 3 x 8 inch "Limited Edition GODZILL FILM FRAME REPRODUCTION" for the 1998 Tri-Star production ("Size Does Matter") starring Matthew Broderick, Jean Reno, Hank Azaria, Kevin Dunn, Harry Shearer, etc. Screenplay by Dean Devlin, Roland Emmerich, Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio. Directed by Roland Emmerich. The film frames were distributed ("From the Creators of Independence Day") in theatre lobbies at the first showing of the film (May 19, 1998). The frame is contained in a commemorative cardboard sleeve and includes promotional tie-in coupons for TACO BELL ("Come to Taco Bell to get a free Godzilla Experience CD ROM") and K MART ("Save $1 on any Godzilla purchase of $10 or more").
26 Gone With the Wind. Two (original) 16 page (color and sepia-toned) souvenir books (sold in theatre lobbies for 25 cents during the original release ) for the 1939 Selznick/MGM production starring Clark Gable, Vivien Leigh, Leslie Howard, Olivia de Havilland, Thomas Mitchell, Evelyn Keyes, Ann Rutherford, Laura Hope Crews, Ona Munson, Barbara O'Neil, etc. Screenplay by Sidney Howard. Music by Max Steiner. Directed by Victor Fleming. The souvenir books include color poster art, a cast and crew list, "Facts About the Production," color and sepia -toned production and publicity photographs and cast and crew biographies. "The production of GONE WITH THE WIND represents the complete devotion to their respective jobs, and the coordinated efforts of a hundred artists, technicians and department heads."
26 Gone With the Wind. 33 page souvenir (color and black and white) souvenir book (sold in theatre lobbies) for the 1967 re-release ("Now to a new generation and to others who remember it in their movie-going past, GONE WITH THE WIND is released again...This time, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer has applied modern techniques in presenting the David O. Selznick production for the greatest possible enjoyment of its epic qualities.") of the 1939 Selznick/MGM production starring Clark Gable, Vivien Leigh, Leslie Howard, Olivia de Havilland, Thomas Mitchell, Evelyn Keyes, Ann Rutherford, Laura Hope Crews, Ona Munson, Barbara O'Neil, etc. Screenplay by Sidney Howard. Music by Max Steiner. Directed by Victor Fleming. The souvenir book (THE STORY OF GONE WITH THE WIND) includes a cast and crew list, color and black and white production and publicity photographs, cast and crew biographies, production notes and information pertaining to the Atlanta World Premiere on December 15, 1939.
26 Gone With the Wind. Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings and related ephemera for the 1939 Selznick/MGM production starring Clark Gable, Vivien Leigh, Leslie Howard, Olivia de Havilland, Thomas Mitchell, Evelyn Keyes, Ann Rutherford, Laura Hope Crews, Ona Munson, Barbara O'Neil, etc. Screenplay by Sidney Howard. Music by Max Steiner. Directed by Victor Fleming. This folder includes an original 1939 theatre program (distributed to ticket holders as they entered), a 1989 (50th Anniversary) reproduction of the original 1939 souvenir book (see the first Gone With the Wind entry in Box 26), a "Turner Store" merchandise catalog (featuring GONE WITH THE WIND commemoratives), a program for the 1998 Hippodrome State Theatre production of "The Last Night of Ballyhoo" (by Alfred Uhry) which deals with events surrounding the 1939 Atlanta premiere of GONE WITH THE WIND, various newspaper and magazine advertisements promoting GONE WITH THE WIND product tie-ins (music boxes, porcelain figures, t-shirts, dolls, videos, lithographs, collector's plates, posters, cookbooks, pocket watches, etc.), obituaries for various cast members (Butterfly McQueen, Rand Brooks and Cammie King) and information pertaining to Margaret Mitchell, various cast members, theatrical re-release showings, the television premiere (including the cover of TV GUIDE from November 6-12, 1976), literary and television sequels and articles spotlighting 1939 ("The Greatest Year in Film History').
26 Grease. 18 page (color and black and white) souvenir book (Sold in the Sack Cinema 57 lobby - Park Square, Boston, Massachusetts) for the 1978 Paramount Pictures production starring John Travolta, Olivia Newton-John, Stockard Channing, Jeff Conaway, Eve Arden, Frankie Avalon, Joan Blondell, Edd Byrnes, Sid Caesar, Alice Ghostly, Dody Goodman, Sha-Na-Na, etc. The souvenir book includes color poster art, color and black and white production and publicity photographs, production notes, cast and crew biographies, a cast and crew list, an advertisement for GREASE merchandise ("Slip on GREASE, this summer" with T-shirts, posters and a "Grease Disco Disc") and a "Free Vinyl Soundtrack Record inside!" The folder also includes miscellaneous newspaper clippings pertaining to the film.
26 Gulliver's Travels. 9 x 12-inch copy of the sheet music for "Faithful Forever" ("As sung by Jessica Dragonette - 'Princess Glory' - and Lanny Ross - 'Prince David' in the 1939 Paramount Pictures/Fleischer Studio "Full-Length Technicolor Cartoon" production of GULLIVER'S TRAVELS - Words and music by Leo Robin and Ralph Rainger - published by Famous Music Corporation , NYC).
26 Gunga Din. 18.5 x 24 inch (blue, brown and red ) poster reproduction for the 1939 RKO Radio Pictures production ("Kipling's Heroic Lines Inspire Hollywood's Biggest Movie!") starring Cary Grant, Victor McLaglen, Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Sam Jaffe, Eduardo Ciannelli, Joan Fontaine, etc. Screenplay by Joel Sayre and Fred Guiol (From a story by Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur - Inspired by Rudyard Kipling's poem). Directed by George Stevens. "...Bigger still in its scope and sweep, its thrill and action...But biggest of all in the life it breathes through three roaring, reckless, swaggering sons of the thundering guns...fightin' men who stride its mighty scenes in the flesh and blood of high adventure - it is the honest movie of it all that makes GUNGA DIN a new experience in entertainment."
26 Hamlet. Two 16-page (black and white) souvenir books (sold in theatre lobbies) for the 1948 Two Cities Films production (Sponsored by the Theatre Guild) starring Laurence Olivier, Jean Simmons, Basil Sydney, Eileen Herlie, Anthony Quayle, Terence Morgan, Stanley Holloway, Peter Cushing, etc. Screenplay by William Shakespeare ("...the greatest screen writer of them all..."). Directed by Laurence Olivier. The souvenir books include production notes, cast biographies, a pictorial history of "Hamlet though the Years," and black and white production and publicity photographs.
26 Hello, Dolly!. 50 page (color and black and white) souvenir book (sold in theatre lobbies) for the 1969 20th Century Fox production starring Barbra Streisand, Walter Matthau, Michael Crawford (Most famous as Broadway's original "Phantom of the Opera"), E. J. Peaker, Danny Lockin, Tommy Tune, Marianne McAndrew, Fritz Feld, David Hurst, Louis Armstrong, etc. Screenplay by Ernest Lehman. Music and lyrics by Jerry Herman. Choreographed by Michael Kidd. Directed by Gene Kelly. The souvenir book includes color poster art, color and black and white production and publicity photographs, cast and crew biographies, production notes ("Dolly's Diary") and a cast and crew list. The folder also includes miscellaneous magazine clippings pertaining to the film - including a LIFE Magazine cover and article , from February 14, 1969, dealing with the behind-the -scenes wrangling to release the film to theatres).
26 Henry V. 18 page souvenir program (sold in theatre lobbies) for the 1944 Two Cities Films production (aka "The Chronicle History of King Henry the Fifth") starring Laurence Olivier, Robert Newton, Leslie Banks, Renee Asherson, Esmond Knight, Leo Genn, Max Adrian, etc. Screenplay by William Shakespeare. Directed by Laurence Olivier. The souvenir book includes color poster art, color and black white production and publicity photographs, production notes ("The Filming of Henry V"), cast biographies, "The Stage History of Henry V," a plot description and a cast and crew list.
26 Here on Earth. 3.5 x 2.5 inch (color) promotional (rectangular) pinback button for the 2000 Fox 2000 production starring Chris Klein, Leelee Sobieski, Josh Hartnett, Michael Rooker, Annie Corley, Bruce Greenwood, Annette O'Toole, etc. Screenplay by Michael Seitzman. Directed by Mark Piznarski. The button features a color image of Chris Klein, Leelee Sobieski and Josh Hartnett and spotlights "Music from the Motion Picture featuring WHERE YOU ARE by Jessica Simpson (featuring Nick Lachey). Soundtrack available on Columbia/Sony Music Soundtrax."
26 HouseSitter. A house-shaped (fluorescent pink and blue) promotional keychain for the 1992 Imagine/Universal Pictures production starring Steve Martin, Goldie Hawn, Dana Delaney, Julie Harris, Donald Moffat, etc. Screenplay by Mark Stein and Brian Grazer. Directed by Frank Oz (Most famous for his work as a creative collaborator for "The Muppets"). The keychain includes the title logo image and the names of Steve Martin and Goldie Hawn.
26 How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying. Radio City Music Hall ("Easter at Radio City Music Hall - Showplace of the Nation") program ("Week beginning Thursday, March 16, 1967) for the stage show and the 1967 Mirisch Corporation production starring Robert Morse, Michele Lee, Rudy Vallee, Anthony Teague, Maureen Arthur, Sammy Smith, Ruth Kobart, Robert Q. Lewis (Most famous as a television game show host and panelist of the 1950s and 1960s), Paul Hartman (Most famous as "Emmitt, the Fix-It Man" on television's "The Andy Griffith Show"), etc. Screenplay by David Swift. Music and lyrics by Frank Loesser. Directed by David Swift. The program includes music from the Music Hall Grand Organ by Richard Leibert, Raymond Bohr and Jack Ward, "The Glory of Easter" featuring the Music Hall Symphony Orchestra, "Spring Cleaning" by The Rockettes, "Springtime on the Potomac" featuring the Music Hall Ballet Company and Singin' in the Rain " featuring the entire Music Hall Company.
26 I Am Curious (Yellow). 4 page theatrical program (Distributed at the "American Premiere" of the film at the Cinema 57 Rendezvous on 57th Street in New York City) for the 1967 Evergreen Film/Grove Press/A Sandrews Production ("The title suggests youth's questioning of the well-fed Sweden that is hypocritical about morals and politics.") starring Lena Nyman, Borje Ahistedt, Peter Lindgren, Magnus Nilsson, etc. Screenplay by Vigot Sjoman. Music by Bengt Ernryd. Directed by Vilgot Sjoman. The program includes black and white poster art, a plot description, a cast and crew list and an advertisement for the Evergreen Black Cat paperback story of the film).
26 If You Don't Stop It, You'll Go Blind. 1 inch (black and yellow) promotional (round) pinback button (Distributed in the Showcase Cinemas theatre lobby - Lawrence, Massachusetts) for the 1975 Callie Levy/SFD production starring George Spencer, Patrick M. Wright, Jane Kellem, Garthe Pillsbury, Herb Graham, etc. Screenplay by Mike Callie and Robert L. Levy. Directed by Keefe Brasselle (Most famous for his title role in 1953 biopic, "The Eddie Cantor Story") and I. Robert Levy. The pinback button features the film's ad- line: "You'll Laugh Your ___ Off" with the image of a bucking donkey.
26 In the Line of Fire. Three 2.5 inch (black, white and red) promotional (round) pinback buttons (distributed in theatre lobbies) for the 1993 Columbia Pictures /Castle Rock Entertainment production starring Clint Eastwood, John Malkovich, Rene Russo, John Mahoney, Dylan McDermott, Gary Cole, Fred Dalton Thompson (Former U.S. Senator from Tennessee 1994 - 2002), etc. Screenplay by Jeff Maguire. Directed by Wolfgang Peterson. The pinback button features a black and white image of Cliff Eastwood and the film's title logo.
26 Inchon. Two 8 x 11 inch (two-sided) 1982 newspaper insert advertisements promoting the 1981 One Way Productions/Unification Church production ("Love. Destiny. Heroes. War Changes Everything.") starring Laurence Olivier (as "General Douglas MacArthur"), Jacqueline Bisset, Ben Gazzara, Toshiro Mifune, Richard Roundtree (Most famous as detective, " John Shaft " in a series of action films of the 1970s), etc. Screenplay by Robin Moore and Laird Koenig. Music by Jerry Goldsmith. Directed by Terence Young. "Special Advisor - Sun Myung Moon." The insert also promotes the "INCHON $1,000,000.00 Sweepstakes...Being held to call attention to the motion picture and the need for America to see MacArthur's spirit in a new light, the love of God, country , and resistance of communism."
26 Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. 64 page (color) "Official Collectors Edition" souvenir book (Sold in the Showcase Cinemas theatre lobby - Lawrence, Massachusetts) for the 1984 Paramount Films/ Lucasfilm production starring Harrison Ford, Kate Capshaw (Wife of Steven Spielberg), Amrich Puri, Philip Stone, Key Huy Quan, etc. Screenplay by Willard Huyck and Gloria Katz. Music by John Williams. Directed by Steven Spielberg. The souvenir book includes color poster art, a plot description, production notes, color production and publicity photographs, an interview with Steven Spielberg and a cast and crew list.
26 Judgment at Nuremberg. 34 page (black, white and red) souvenir book (sold in theatre lobbies) for the 1961 Roxlom Films production starring Spencer Tracy, Burt Lancaster, Richard Widmark, Marlene Dietrich, Maximillian Schell (Oscar winner for BEST ACTOR), Judy Garland, Montgomery Clift, William Shatner, Ed Binns, Werner Klemperer (Most famous as "Colonel Klink" on television's "Hogan's Heroes"), Ray Teal, Virginia Christine (Most famous as "Mrs. Olson" on the Folgers Coffee television commercials of the 1970s and 1980s), Ben Wright, Karl Swenson, etc. Screenplay by Abby Mann. Music by Ernest Gold. Directed by Stanley Kramer. The souvenir book contains poster art, production notes , notes from writer, Abby Mann, cast and crew biographies, black and white production and publicity photographs and a cast and crew list.
26 Karate Kid Part II, The. 52 page "Official Movie Souvenir Magazine" (sold on newsstands) for the 1986 Columbia Pictures sequel (to the 1984 film) starring Ralph Macchio, Noriyuki "Pat" Morita, Danny Kamekona, Nobu McCarthy, Tamlyn Tomita, etc. Screenplay by Robert Mark Kamen. Directed by John G. Avildsen. The souvenir magazine (written by Ira Friedman and designed by Altemus) includes color poster art, cast information, production notes, a plot description, "Ralph Macchio Color Pin-Ups," color and black and white production and publicity photographs and advertisement tie-ins ("KARATE KID Tri-Action Figures," paperback novelizations and SPLICE MAGAZINE- "A Fresh, Colorful Look at the Teen Movie Scene.")
26 Land Before Time, The. Two 8 x 11 inch (two-sided) 1989 newspaper insert advertisements ("Better hurry before this offer becomes extinct!") promoting the 1988 Universal /Amblin Entertainment production (Released on videocassette in 1989) starring the voice talents of Helen Shaver, Pat Hingle, Gabriel Damon, Bill Irwin, etc. Screenplay by Stu Krieger, Judy Freudberg and Tony Geiss. Directed by Don Bluth. The inserts promote THE LAND BEFORE TIME Dinosaur Puppets ("Sharptooth" and "Petrie and Friends") sold at PIZZA HUT ("Free pizza offer when you buy THE LAND BEFORE TIME videocassette"). The insert include detachable PIZZA HUT coupons.
26 Lawrence of Arabia. 38 page souvenir book (Included in a 1962 deluxe 33 1/3 LP soundtrack album set) for the 1962 Columbia Pictures/Sam Spiegel/David Lean production starring Peter O' Toole (as "T.E. Lawrence"), Alec Guinness (as "Prince Feisal"), Claude Rains, Jack Hawkins, Anthony Quayle, Anthony Quinn, Jose Ferrer, Arthur Kennedy (as "Bentley" - a fictionalized depiction of reporter, writer and adventurer, Lowell Thomas), Omar Sharif, etc. Screenplay by Robert Bolt. Music by Maurice Jarre. Directed by David Lean. The Souvenir book includes production notes, biographical information on T. E. Lawrence, color and black and white production and publicity photographs, cast and crew biographies and a cast and crew list. The folder also includes a SATURDAY EVENING POST cover (March 9, 1963) featuring "Rising new star PETER O'TOOLE as LAWRENCE OF ARABIA."
26 Lion in Winter, A. 32 page souvenir book (sold in theatre lobbies) for the 1968 AVCO Embassy/Haworth production starring Katharine Hepburn, Peter O'Toole, Jane Merrow, John Castle, Timothy Dalton (Most famous as "James Bond 007"), Anthony Hopkins, Nigel Stock, Nigel Terry, etc. Screenplay by James Goldman. Music by John Barry. Directed by Anthony Harvey. Souvenir book includes black and white poster art, historical background information, production notes, cast and crew biographies and color and black and white production and publicity photographs.
26 Lt. Robin Crusoe U.S.N. 50 page "Golden Magazine Special" novelization (sold on newsstands) for the 1966 Walt Disney production starring Dick Van Dyke, Nancy Kwan, Akim Tamiroff, Arthur Malet, etc. Screenplay by Walt Disney, Don DaGradi and Bill Walsh (From the novel by Daniel Defoe). Music by Bob Brunner. Directed by Byron Paul. The "Golden Magazine Special " (published by Golden Press of New York) includes a novelization (adapted by Frank Jacobs from the screenplay), sketches by Don DaGradi and David Jonas, and color and black and white production photographs by Bert Lynch.
26 Living Daylights, The. 60 page "Top Secret Collector's Edition" poster magazine (sold on newsstands) for the 1987 Eon Productions presentation starring Timothy Dalton ("the most dangerous Bond ever."), Maryam d'Abo, Joe Don Baker (Most famous as "Buford Pusser" in the "Walking Tall" film series), Jeroen Krabbe, Cela Wise, John Rhys -Davies, Art Malik, Desmond Llewelyn, etc. Screenplay by Richard Maibaum and Michael G. Wilson. Directed by John Glen. The magazine includes cast biographies, color production and publicity photographs, production notes ("Behind the scenes of 007's latest mission.") and "10 Photo Posters Licensed to Thrill."
26 Love Story. 26 page souvenir book (Sold in the Showcase Cinemas theatre lobby - Lawrence, Massachusetts) for the 1970 Paramount Pictures production ("Love Means Never Having to Say You're Sorry") starring Ryan O'Neal, Ali McGraw, Ray Milland, Katherine Balfour, Russell Nype, John Marley, Sydney Walker, Robert Modica, Walker Daniels, Tom (Tommy) Lee Jones, John Merensky, Andrew Duncan, Bo O'Connell, etc. Screenplay by Erich Segal. Music by Francis Lai. Directed by Arthur Hiller. The souvenir book includes color poster art, color and sepia-toned production and publicity photographs, a plot description, production notes, cast and crew biographies, and a cast and crew list.
27 Magnificent Ambersons, The. 18.5 x 24 inch (red and sepia-toned) poster reproduction (of a Norman Rockwell original) for the 1942 RKO Radio Pictures production ("Orson Welles' Mercury Production of Booth Tarkington's Great Novel") starring Joseph Cotton, Dolores Costello, Anne Baxter, Tim Holt, Agnes Moorehead, Ray Collins, Erskine Sanford, Richard Bennett, etc. Screenplay by Orson Welles. Directed by Orson Welles ("From the Man Who MADE THE BEST PICTURE OF 1941"),
27 Mary Poppins. 50 page "Golden Press" novelization (sold on newsstands) for the 1964 Walt Disney production starring Julie Andrews, Dick Van Dyke, David Tomlinson, Glynis Johns, Hermione Baddeley, Karen Dotrice, Matthew Garber, Elsa Lanchester, Arthur Treacher, Reginald Owen, Ed Wynn. Reta Shaw, Arthur Malet, Jane Darwell, etc. Screenplay by Bill Walsh and Don DaGradi. Music and lyrics by Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman. Choreographed by Marc Breaux and Dee Dee Wood. Directed by Robert Stevenson. The "Golden Press" book includes color poster art, text by Georgess McHargue, photographs and illustrations by Betty Fraser and Craig Pineo, production notes, cast biographies and a cast and crew list.
27 Mary Poppins. 18 page (5.5 x 7.5 inch) Danish (color and black and white) program (distributed in theatre lobbies) for the 1964 Walt Disney production starring Julie Andrews, Dick Van Dyke, David Tomlinson, Glynis Johns, Hermione Baddeley, Karen Dotrice, Matthew Garber, Elsa Lanchester, Arthur Treacher, Reginald Owen, Ed Wynn. Reta Shaw, Arthur Malet, Jane Darwell, etc. Screenplay by Bill Walsh and Don DaGradi. Music and lyrics by Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman. Choreographed by Marc Breaux and Dee Dee Wood. Directed by Robert Stevenson. The Danish language program includes color poster art, color and black and white production and publicity photographs, a plot description, cast biographies, song lyrics, a cast list and promotional tie-in advertisements (paperback novelization and soundtrack albums).
27 Mean Season, The. 8.5 x 11 inch (red, black and white) two-sided herald promoting the "Exclusive" Thorn EMI/HBO Videocassette release of the 1985 Truman-Foster Company production ("Similar to BODY HEAT, this chilling, tightly twisted tale brims with dramatic tension." - Hollywood Reporter) starring Kurt Russell, Mariel Hemingway, Richard Jordan, Richard Masur, Joe Pantoliano, Andy Garcia, William Smith, etc. Screenplay by John Katzenbach and Leon Piedmont. Directed by Phillip Barsos. The reverse side features a list of VHS titles in release at the time (c. late 1980s).
27 Mighty Joe Young. 3 inch (color) pinback button promoting the 1998 Walt Disney Pictures remake (of the 1949 Argosy Pictures production) starring Charlize Theron, Bill Paxton, Peter Firth, David Paymer, Regina King, Lawrence Pressman, Linda Pearl, etc. Screenplay by Merian C. Cooper (Original 1949 story), Ruth Rose, Mark Rosenthal and Lawrence Konnor. Directed by Ron Underwood. The pinback button features a close-up image of the ape ("Mighty Joe Young") with a female hand petting his nose, the film title logo and the "December 25" theatrical release date.
27 Moon in the Gutter, The. 4 page Sack Theatre (Boston, Massachusetts) newspaper Show Guide (Distributed at the Sack Cheri Cinema Complex in Boston's Back Bay) featuring a front page newspaper poster ad and text promoting the September 1983 Boston premiere of the 1983 Triumph Films production starring Gerard Depardieu, Nastassia Kinski, Victoria Abril, etc. Screenplay by John-Jacques Beiniex, Olivier Mergault and David Goodis. Directed by John-Jacques Beiniex. The Show Guide features newspaper poster art for "Koyaanisqatsi - Life Out of Balance," a Sack Theatre schedule , a "Film Buff Quiz"" and brief descriptions of "Romantic Comedy" starring Dudley Moore, "The Grey Fox" starring Richard Farnsworth, "The Big Chill" starring Kevin Kline, "Nightmares" starring Emilio Estevez and "Heads or Tails" starring Michel Serrault.
27 Moon is Blue, The. A (1953) copy of the sheet music for "The Moon is Blue" ("As featured in the United Artists production of THE MOON IS BLUE - From the sensational stage hit that ran 3 years on Broadway" starring William Holden, David Niven, Maggie McNamara, Tom Tully, etc. - with lyric by Sylvia Fine and music by Herschel Burke Gilbert). According to Wikipedia: "...Otto Preminger had directed the 1951 Broadway production of F. Hugh Herbert's play with Barbara Bel Geddes, Donald Cook, and Barry Nelson in the lead roles. Its successful run of 924 performances prompted him to contract with United Artists to finance and distribute a screen adaptation over which he would have complete control. He deferred his producer's and director's salaries in exchange for 75% of the film's profits. Preminger cast David Niven over the objection of studio executives, who felt the actor's career was in a decline. The director cast him in a West Coast production of the play to prepare for the film. Last of the leads to be cast was Maggie McNamara, making her screen debut in a role she had played on stage in Chicago...On July 13, 1951, the Breen office contacted Herbert and advised him his screenplay was in violation of the Motion Picture Production Code because of its 'light and gay treatment of the subject of illicit sex and seduction.' On December 26, Preminger submitted a revised draft of the script which, due to numerous lines of dialogue exhibiting 'an unacceptably light attitude towards seduction, illicit sex, chastity, and virginity,' was rejected on January 2, 1952. Contrary to later legend, the words 'virgin,' 'mistress,' and 'pregnant,' all of which had been in the original play's dialogue, were not singled out as objectionable. On January 6, Preminger and Herbert advised the Breen office they disagreed with its decision and would film the screenplay without further changes..."
27 My Fair Lady. 46 page hardcover (color and black and white) souvenir book (sold in theatre lobbies) for the 1964 Warner Brothers production starring Rex Harrison ("...an extraordinary man..."), Audrey Hepburn ("By George, she's got it!"), Stanley Holloway, Wilfred Hyde-White, Gladys Cooper, Theodore Bikel, Jeremy Brett (Most famous as "Sherlock Holmes" in the Granada Television series), etc. Screenplay by Alan J. Lerner. Music by Frederick Loewe. Lyrics by Alan J. Lerner. Choreographed by Hermes Pan. Directed by George Cukor. The souvenir book includes color poster art, color and black and white production and publicity photographs, production notes, cast and crew biographies and a cast and crew list.
27 My Side of the Mountain. 4 page (black, white and green) promotional (sample) pressbook herald for the 1969 Paramount Pictures production ("Follow the MOUNTAIN trail to a warm, exciting and unforgettable adventure in the heart of nature." starring Teddy Eccles (as "A boy who dreams of leaving civilization...of living all alone in the wilderness...of doing his thing...AND WHO DOES IT!"), Theodore Bikel, Tudi Wiggins, Paul Hebert, etc. Screenplay by Ted Sherdeman, Jane Clove and Joanna Crawford (Based on the novel by Jean George). Directed by James B. Clark. The herald includes black and white production and publicity photographs, green-tinted poster art and purchasing information (from Harry K. McWilliams Associates, Inc. Advertising) for the theatre exhibitor.
27 Never Say Never Again. 2-sided 45 RPM record sleeve for the title song from the 1983 Taliafilm/Warner Brothers production starring Sean Connery (as "James Bond 007"), Klaus Maria Brandauer, Max Von Sydow, Barbara Carrera, Kim Basinger, Bernie Casey, Alec McCowen, Edward Fox (as "M"), etc. Screenplay by Lorenzo Semple, Jr. (Based on an original story by Kevin McClory, Jack Whittingham and Ian Fleming). Music by Michel Legrand. Directed by Jack Schwartzman. The record sleeve features a (color) cover photo of singer Lani Hall (wife of Herb Alpert) in a tuxedo with a black and white photograph of Sean Connery (aiming a pistol) in the background and the title poster art.
27 Next Stop Wonderland. 2-sided (pink) herald (Distributed at the Hippodrome Cinema in Gainesville, Florida) promoting the 1998 Robbins Entertainment production ("A New Comedy For The Incurable Romantic In All Of Us.") starring Hope Davis, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Callie Thorne, Ken Cheeseman, Holland Taylor, etc. Screenplay by Brad Anderson and Lyn Vaus. Directed by Brad Anderson. The herald includes poster art for the film and the Hippodrome Theatre film schedule for January through March, 1998 ("A Merry War," "Monument Avenue" and "Autumn Sun."
27 Octopussy. 18 page (color and black and white) souvenir book (sold in the Showcase Cinemas theatre lobby - Lawrence, Massachusetts) for the 1983 Eon/United Artists production starring Roger Moore (as "James Bond 007"), Maud Adams, Louis Jordan, Kristina Wayborn, Kabir Bedi, Desmond Llewelyn (as "Q"), Robert Brown (as "M"), Lois Maxwell (as "Moneypenny"), etc. Screenplay by George MacDonald Fraser, Richard Maibaum and Michael G. Wilson. Music by John Barry. Directed by John Glen. The souvenir book includes color poster art, color and black and white production and publicity photographs, cast and crew biographies, production notes, a "James Bond Dossier" and a cast and crew list.
27 Oliver. 48 page souvenir book (sold in the Showcase Cinemas Theatre lobby - Lawrence, Massachusetts) for the 1968 Romulus/Warwick Films production starring Ron Moody, Oliver Reed, Harry Secombe, Shani Wallis, Mark Lester, Jack Wild, Hugh Griffith (1960 Best Supporting Actor-Oscar winner for "Ben Hur"), Leonard Rossiter (Most famous for his starring role on the BBC television comedy, "The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin"), etc. Screenplay by Vernon Harris. Music and lyrics by Lionel Bart. Choreographed by Onna White. Directed by Carol Reed. The souvenir book includes color and black and white production and publicity photographs, a plot description, production notes, cast and crew biographies and a cast and crew list. Also included in the folder a color promotional insert ("Grand and glorious entertainment the whole family will enjoy!") for the 2005 Columbia Pictures DVD/CD release.
27 One of Our Dinosaurs is Missing. 6 page (red, black and white) "World Premiere" program (distributed at the Charles MacArthur Center for American Theater - Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida - July 1975 ) for the 1975 Walt Disney production starring Helen Hayes, Peter Ustinov, Clive Revill, Derek Nimmo, Joan Simms, Bernard Bresslaw, etc. Screenplay by Bill Walsh (Based on the novel "The Great Dinosaur Robbery" by David Forrest). Directed by Robert Stevenson. The program includes black and white poster art, black and white publicity photographs of Helen Hayes and Peter Ustinov, cast and crew information and notes pertaining to the Charles MacArthur Center for American Theatre.
27 Paint Your Wagon. 34 page (color and black and white) souvenir program (sold in theatre lobbies) for the 1969 Malposa Company/Paramount Pictures production starring Clint Eastwood, Lee Marvin, Jean Seberg, Harve Presnell (Most famous for his co-starring role in "The Unsinkable Molly Brown" on Broadway and on film), Ray Walston (Television's "My Favorite Martian"), Alan Baxter, John Mitchum (Brother of Robert Mitchum), Roy Jenson, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Ben Baker, etc. Screenplay and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner. Music by Frederick Loewe. Additional songs by Andre Previn. Choreographed by Jack Baker. Directed by Joshua Logan. The souvenir program includes artwork by Peter Max, color and black and white production and publicity photographs, production notes, cast and crew biographies and a cast and crew list.
27 Playboys, The. 5.5 x 8.5 inch promotional postcard ("Coming Soon to Specially Selected Theatres") for the 1992 Samuel Goldwyn Company production ("In a small Irish village, one irresistible woman has all the men in town acting like playboys...") starring Albert Finney, Aidan Quinn, Robin Wright (Wife of Sean Penn), Milo O' Shea, etc. Screenplay by Shane Connaughton and Kerry Crabbe ("From the writer of MY LEFT FOOT"). Directed by Gillies MacKinnon. The postcard features color poster art for the film.
27 Police Academy. Five 4 x 8.5 inch "Police Academy Official Entrance Exam (Do You Measure Up?)" forms (distributed in the Showcase Cinemas theatre lobby - Lawrence, Massachusetts) promoting the 1984 Ladd Company/Warner Brothers production starring Steve Guttenburg, Kim Cattrall (Most famous for her co-starring role on television's "Sex and the City"), Bubba Smith (Defensive end /defensive tackle for the National Football League's Baltimore Colts (1967-1971), Oakland Raiders (1973-1974), and Houston Oilers (1975-1976), Ted Ross, etc. Screenplay by Neal Israel, Pat Proft and Hugh Wilson. Directed by Hugh Wilson. The "Entrance Exam" form includes blue-tinted poster art ("Police Academy - What an Institution.") and 10 humorous (?) multiple choice questions ("The only thing better than seeing POLICE ACADEMY is: A). Seeing POLICE ACADEMY again. B). Sex. C). Sex while seeing POLICE ACADEMY."
27 Poltergeist II. 8.5 x 11 inch Dunkin' Donuts promotional tie-in (color) newspaper insert ("Poltergeist II: The Sweepstakes") for the 1986 MGM/UA Entertainment production ("They're back") starring JoBeth Williams, Craig T. Nelson, Heather O'Rourke, Oliver Robins, Zelda Rubenstein, Geraldine Fitzgerald, Will Sampson, etc. Screenplay by Michael Grais and Mark Victor. Directed by Brian Gibson. The insert includes color poster art, Dunkin' Donuts coupons and two entry blanks to enter the contest.
27 Porky's. 4 page theatrical program (Distributed in the Showcase Cinemas theatre lobby - Lawrence, Massachusetts) for the 1982 Twentieth Century-Fox production starring Dan Monahan, Mark Herrier, Wyatt Knight, Roger Wilson, Cyril O' Reilly, Kim Cattrall (Most famous for her co-starring role on television's "Sex in the City"), Nancy Parson, Scott Colomby, Boyd Gaines, Susan Clark (Wife of Alex Karras), Alex Karras (Tackle for the Detroit Lions 1958-71. Most famous for his role as "Mongo" in the film "Blazing Saddles."), Wayne Maunder (Most famous as the star of television's "Lancer'), etc. Screenplay by Bob Clark. Music by Carl Zittrer and Paul Zaza. Directed by Bob Clark. The program includes color poster art and a cast and crew list.
27 Quo Vadis. 22 page theatrical program (Distributed in theatre lobbies) for the 1951 MGM production starring Robert Taylor, Deborah Kerr, Leo Genn, Peter Ustinov, Buddy Baer (Brother of heavyweight boxing champion, Max Baer), Finlay Currie, Ralph Truman, Peter Miles, Nora Swinburne, etc. Screenplay by Jon Lee Mahin, S.N. Behrman and Sonya Levien (Based on the novel by Henryk Sienkiewicz). Directed by Mervyn Leroy. The program ("The Story Behind Quo Vadis") includes color poster art, color and black and white production and publicity photographs, a plot description, production notes and a cast list.
27 Rambo III. 68 page "Official Movie Magazine" (sold on newsstands) for the 1988 Carolco Pictures sequel (to the 1982 film, "First Blood") starring Sylvester Stallone ("I don't have a military background, but I understand it."), Richard Crenna, Kurtwood Smith, Spiros Focas, Randy Raney, etc. Screenplay by David Morell, Sylvester Stallone and Sheldon Lettich. Directed by Peter MacDonald. The magazine includes color and black and white production and publicity photographs, a plot description ("All the action! Scene by Scene!"), production notes ("Visiting the set of RAMBO III is like entering a war zone!"), cast and crew biographies and miscellaneous tie-in advertisements ("Rambo's Bullet - You can own an actual spent cartridge from one of the weapons used on location during filming of Rambo III." etc.).
27 Reversal of Fortune. 4.5 x 11 inch herald (distributed in the Mercedes Cinema 4 theatre lobby - Plantation, Florida) for the 1990 Warner Brothers production ("The Case of Claus Von Bulow - An American Saga of Money and Mystery") starring Glenn Close (as "Sunny Von Bulow"), Jeremy Irons (as "Claus Von Bulow"), Ron Silver (as "Alan Dershowitz"), Annabella Sciorra, Felicity Huffman, Fisher Stevens, etc. Screenplay by Nicholas Kazan (Son of Elia Kazan) - Based on the book by Alan Dershowitz. Music by Mark Isham. Directed by Baerbet Schroeder. The herald includes black and white poster art and a discount coupon for admission for a screening of this film at the Mercedes Cinema 4.
27 Ring, The. 3 inch (round) black and white promotional pinback button (distributed in theatre lobbies) for the 2002 Dreamworks SKG production starring Naomi Watts, Martin Henderson, Brian Cox, Jane Alexander Amber Tamblyn, etc. Screenplay by Ehren Kruger, Kôji Suzuki and Hiroshi Takahashi. Directed by Gore Ribinski. The button features the film's title logo with the ad line ("Before You Die, You See THE RING - Coming Soon").
27 Rocky III. 18 page souvenir book (sold in the Jerry Lewis Cinemas theatre lobby - Salem, New Hampshire) for the 1982 MGM/United Artists production starring Sylvester Stallone, Talia Shire, Burt Young, Carl Weathers, Burgess Meredith, Mr. T., Hulk Hogan, Dennis James (Most popular as a game show host and contestant of the 1950s and 1960s), Frank Stallone (Brother of Sylvester Stallone), Leroy Neiman, etc. Screenplay by Sylvester Stallone. Music by Bill Conti. Directed by Sylvester Stallone. The souvenir book includes color poster art, color, black and white and sepia-toned production and publicity photographs, cast and crew biographies, production notes and a cast and crew list.
27 Rocky IV. 52 page "Official Movie Souvenir Book" (sold on newsstands) for the 1985 MGM/United Artists sequel (to the 1976 film, "Rocky") starring Sylvester Stallone ("America's hero meets his greatest challenge!"), Talia Shire ("We've all changed - Adrian, me and the audience!"), Burt Young ("His gentleness is staggering!"), Carl Weathers ("Student of Champions"), Brigitte Nielson ("Nautilus machines for breakfast - sit-ups for lunch!"), Dolph Lundgren ("Brawn, brains and 240 pounds of mucho macho beauty!"), etc. Screenplay by Sylvester Stallone. Music by Vince DiCola. Directed by Sylvester Stallone. The movie book includes color poster art ("Get ready for the Next World War!"), color production and publicity photographs, production notes, "The dramatic story of the ROCKY legend - the history of ROCKY I, II, and III," a "Stallone Photo Quiz," cast biographies and "Giant pull-out full -color posters from the movie that has America cheering."
27 Shall We Dance. 18.5 x 24 inch (red, white and blue) poster reproduction ("Welcome to our fun-hungry city in your newest, brightest show") for the 1937 RKO Radio Pictures Pictures production ("Refreshing as an April shower...Exciting as fire!") starring Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers, Edward Everett Horton, Eric Blore, Jerome Cowan, Ketti Gallian, William Brisbane Harriet Hoctor, etc. Screenplay by Allan Scott and Ernest Pagano. Music by George Gershwin. Lyrics by Ira Gershwin. Directed by Mark Sandrich.
27 Sinbad the Sailor. 18.5 x 24 inch (red, white blue and brown) poster reproduction ("Never Such a Man as Sinbad! Out of the Arabian Nights!") for the 1947 RKO Radio Pictures production ("Thrill to the reckless loves, daring exploits of Sinbad...the kind of man who'd risk his life for a kingdom...or a kiss!") starring Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Maureen O' Hara, Walter Slezak, Anthony Quinn, George Tobias, Jane Greer, Mike Mazurki, etc. Screenplay by John Twist. Directed by Richard Wallace.
27 Sleepwalkers. 2 inch promotional pinback button for the 1992 Columbia Pictures production starring Brain Krause, Madchin Amick, Alice Krige Cindy Pickett, Ron Perlman, Stephen King, John Landis, Joe Dante, Clive Barker, Tobe Hooper, etc. Screenplay by Stephen King. Directed by Mick Garris. The button features the yellow and black title logo ("Stephen King's Sleepwalkers").
27 Sound of Music, The. Two 50 page souvenir books (sold in the Showcase Cinemas theatre lobby - Lawrence, Massachusetts) for the 1965 Twentieth Century Fox production ("The Happiest Sound in All the World!") starring Julie Andrews, Christopher Plummer, Eleanor Parker, Peggy Wood, Richard Haydn, Charmian Carr, Anna Lee, Portia Nelson, Ben Wright, Marni Nixon, etc. Screenplay by Ernest Lehman. Music by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II. Choreographed by Marc Breaux and Dee Dee Wood. Directed by Robert Wise. The souvenir book includes color poster art, color and black and white production and publicity photographs, a plot description, cast and crew biographies, production notes and a cast and crew list. A 1965 "Special Press Preview" program ("Attention please! Not to be reviewed until Wednesday, March 3") is also included in the folder.
27 Spaceballs. 58 page "Spaceballs: The Magazine" (sold at newsstands) for the 1987 Brooksfilms/MGM production ("Read the Stories! Watch the movie! Buy this now!") starring Bill Pullman, Daphne Zuniga, John Candy, Rick Moranas, Mel Brooks, the voice of Joan Rivers, George Wyner, Dick Van Patton, JM J. Bullock, etc. Screenplay by Mel Books, Thomas Meehan and Ronny Graham. Music by John Morris. Directed by Mel Brooks. The magazine ("Blazing Collector's Edition worth big bucks next year!") includes color and black and white production and publicity photographs ("Photos! Sight gags! Bingo!"), cast biographies, production notes and 10 Giant -Size Posters ("Oh boy, are they big!").
28 Spencer's Mountain. Sixteen 8 x 10 inch (black and white) publicity photographs for the 1963 Warner Brothers production starring Henry Fonda, Maureen O'Hara, James MacArthur, Wally Cox, Mimsy Farmer, Donald Crisp, Virginia Gregg, etc. Screenplay by Delmer Daves (from the novel by Earl Hamner , Jr.). Music by Max Steiner. Directed by Delmer Daves.
28 Stage Door. 18.5 x 24 inch (red, white and blue) poster reproduction ("Broadway's sensational stage success becomes the outstanding highlight of all the screen's new big pictures!") for the 1937 RKO Radio Pictures production (" A cast like this...a story like this...a director like this...That's what it takes to make the laugh-and-cry hit of the year!") starring Katharine Hepburn, Ginger Rogers, Adolphe Menjou, Gail Patrick, Constance Collier, Andrea Leeds, Samuel S. Hinds, Lucille Ball, etc. Screenplay by Morrie Ryskind and Anthony Veiller (From the play by "two of the greatest living playwrights," Edna Ferber and George S. Kaufman). Directed by Gregory La Cava ("The genius behind MY MAN GODFREY").
28 Stanley and Iris. Two 2 x 7 inch promotional bookmarks for the 1989 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer production starring Jane Fonda, Robert De Niro, Swoozie Kurtz, Martha Plimpton (Daughter of Keith Carradine and Shelley Plimpton), Julie Garfield (Daughter of John Garfield), etc. Screenplay by Harriet Frank, Jr. and Irving Ravetch. Directed by Martin Ritt. The bookmark features a color production image of Jane Fonda and Robert De Niro with the title logo and ad line ("Some people need love spelled out for them."). The reverse side features various color production images, the title logo and tie-in information for the NATIONAL LITERACY HOTLINE ("For information on how to combat illiteracy...").
28 Star is Born, A. Two 8.5 x 11 inch (black and white) heralds (distributed at the Sack Charles Cinemas - Boston) for the 1983 "exclusive engagement" of the restored theatrical re-release ("A STAR IS BORN - Again") of the 1954 Warner Brothers production ("Feel the magic that only this legendary lady brings to the screen. See musical and dramatic scenes thought to be lost for almost 30 years.") starring Judy Garland ("...hear her fabulous voice presented in Dolby Stereo singing the songs that will forever be her special trademark."), James Mason, Jack Carson, Charles Bickford, Tommy Noonan, Amanda Blake, etc. Screenplay by Moss Hart, Dorothy Parker, Alan Campbell, Robert Carson and William A. Wellman. Directed by George Cukor. The herald features black and white poster art for the re-release.
28 Star Wars. 18 page souvenir book (sold in the Showcase Cinemas theatre lobby - Lawrence, Massachusetts) for the 1977 Lucasfilms/20 Century Fox production starring Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, Peter Cushing, Alec Guinness, Anthony Daniels, Kenny Baker, Peter Mayhew, Dave Prowse, etc. Screenplay by George Lucas. Music by John Williams. Directed by George Lucas. The souvenir book includes color poster art, color and black and white production and publicity photographs, cast biographies, production notes and a cast and crew list. The folder also contains a copy of Entertainment Weekly (April 16, 2010) dedicated to the "Star Wars" franchise including an "Exclusive Book Excerpt - Star Wars," "A Celebration of THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK - 30th Anniversary" and "Never Before Seen Photos!" and "A Celebration of THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK - 30th Anniversary."
28 Star Wars - Return of the Jedi. Two 64-page "Official Collectors Edition" magazines (sold in the Showcase Cinemas theatre lobby - Lawrence, Massachusetts) for the 1983 Lucasfilms production starring Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, Billy Dee Williams, Anthony Daniels, Peter Mayhew, Sebastian Shaw, Ian McDiarmid, Frank Oz, David Prowse, Alec Guinness, Kenny Baker, the voice of James Earl Jones, etc. Screenplay by Lawrence Kasdan and George Lucas. Music by John Williams. Directed by Richard Marquand. The magazines include color poster art, a plot description ("The Saga Continues..."), color production and publicity photographs, production notes and a cast and crew list.
28 Straight Out of Brooklyn. 5 x 8.5 inch promotional (black and white) postcard for the 1991 Samuel Goldwyn Company production ("From acclaimed 19-year old filmmaker Matty Rich comes a daring new film straight from his own life.") starring George T. Odom, Matty Rich, Barbara Sanon, etc. Screenplay by Matty Rich. Music by Harold Wheeler. Directed by Matty Rich. The postcard features a black and white image of the principal cast with a background of the New York City skyline (including the World Trade Center) with the green title logo. The reverse side features crew credits and the black title logo ("Winner Special Jury Prize 1991 Sundance Film Festival").
28 Sunset Boulevard. Radio City Music Hall ("Showplace of the Nation") program ("Week beginning August 24, 1950") for the stage show and the 1950 Paramount Pictures production starring William Holden, Gloria Swanson, Erich Von Stroheim, Nancy Olson, Fred Clark, Lloyd Gough, Jack Webb, Franklyn Farnum, Cecil B. DeMille, Hedda Hopper, Buster Keaton, Anna Q. Nilsson, H. B. Warner, etc. Screenplay by Charles Brackett, Billy Wilder and D.M. Marshman, Jr. Directed by Billy Wilder. The program includes a Music Hall Grand Organ recital by Richard Leibert, Harry Campbell and Raymond F. Bohr, Jr., Raymond Paige conducting the Music Hall Symphony Orchestra, "Colorama" featuring the Rockettes and "Valse des Fleurs" featuring the Music Hall Corps de Ballet and the Rockettes.
28 Sweet Charity. 48 page souvenir book (sold in the Showcase Cinemas theatre lobby - Lawrence, Massachusetts) for the 1969 Universal Pictures production starring Shirley MacLaine, Sammy Davis, Jr., Ricardo Montalban, John McMartin, Chita Rivera, Paula Kelly, Stubby Kaye, Suzanne Charney, Ben Vereen, etc. Screenplay by Peter Stone (from the book by Neil Simon). Music by Cy Coleman. Lyrics by Dorothy Fields. Choreographed by Bob Fosse. Costumes by Edith Head. Directed by Bob Fosse. The program includes color poster art, "The History of SWEET CHARITY," color and black and white production and publicity photographs, cast and crew biographies, production notes, an advertisement for the soundtrack LP and a cast and crew list.
28 Teen Wolf Too. Promotional color (cardboard) wolf mask (distributed in the Showcase Cinemas theatre lobby - Lawrence, Massachusetts) for the 1987 Atlantic Entertainment Group sequel (to the 1985 film, "Teen Wolf") starring Jason Bateman, Kim Darby (Most famous as "Mattie Ross" in the 1969 classic John Wayne Western, "True Grit."), John Astin (Former husband of Patty Duke. Father of Sean Astin.), Paul Sand, James Hampton, Kathleen Freeman (Most famous as "Phoebe Dinsmore," the diction coach, in the 1952 film, "Singin' in the Rain"), etc. Screenplay by Tim Kring. Directed by Christopher Leitch. The mask is a half-face cardboard mask (string not included ) with the "Teen Wolf Too" title logo featured on the hairy forehead.
28 Terminator, The. 4.5 x 8 inch promotional two-sided herald ("Action, suspense, horror, drama and lots more in this non-stop action adventure...") for the Thorn EMI Video release ("VHS HI-Fi and Beta Hi Fi") of the 1984 Hemdale Film production ("Nothing can stop the horrific TERMINATOR!") starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Michael Biehn, Linda Hamilton, Paul Winfield, Lance Henricksen, Bill Paxton, Rick Rossovich, etc. Screenplay by James Cameron, Gale Anne Hurd and William Wisher, Jr. Directed by James Cameron. The herald features color poster art and the title logo.
28 That Darn Cat. 48 page "Golden Press" novelization (sold on newsstands for 69 cents) by THE GORDONS (based on the 1963 book entitled "Undercover Cat" by THE GORDONS) for the 1965 Walt Disney production starring Hayley Mills, Dean Jones, Dorothy Provine, Roddy McDowall, Neville Brand, William Demarest , Elsa Lanchester, Frank Gorshin, Richard Deacon, Iris Adrian, Ed Wynn, etc. Screenplay by Gordon Gordon, Mildred Gordon and Bill Walsh. Directed by Robert Stevenson. The "Golden Press" book includes color and black and white production photographs and illustrations and a cast list.
28 Thoroughly Modern Millie. 26 page souvenir book (sold in the Showcase Cinemas theatre lobby - Lawrence, Massachusetts) for the 1967 Universal Pictures production starring Julie Andrews ("I'm Millie...A THOROUGHLY MODERN"), John Gavin, Carol Channing, Mary Tyler Moore, Beatrice Lillie, James Fox, Jack Soo, Pat Morita, Philip Ahn, Anthony Dexter (Most famous for his title role in the 1951 biopic, "Valentino."), Herbie Faye, Benny Rubin, etc. Screenplay by Richard Morris. Music score by Elmer Bernstein. Original songs by James Van Heusen and Sammy Cahn. Scored by Andre Previn. Choreographed by Joe Layton. Directed by George Roy Hill. The souvenir book includes color poster art, a look back at "The 20s" by producer Ross Hunter, production notes, color production and publicity photographs, cast and crew biographies, an advertisement for the soundtrack LP (also "Available in 4 and 8 Track Stereo Cartridge and 4 Track Reel-to-Reel") and a cast and crew list.
28 Thunderball. 34 page souvenir book (sold in the Showcase Cinemas theatre lobby - Lawrence Massachusetts on December 31, 1965) for the 1965 Albert R. Broccoli-Harry Saltzman/United Artists production ("James Bond Does It Everywhere in THUNDERBALL") starring Sean Connery (as "James Bond 007"), Claudine Auger, Adolfo Celi, Luciana Paluzzzi, Rik Van Nutter, Bernard Lee, (as "M"), Desmond Llewelyn (as "Q"), Lois Maxwell (as "Moneypenny"), Roland Culver, etc. Screenplay by Richard Maibaum and John Hopkins. Music by John Barry. Directed by Terence Young. The program includes color poster art, color and black and white production and publicity photographs, production notes and a cast and crew list. A promotional DVD sleeve for the 2008 "Two-Disc Ultimate Edition" DVD release is also included in the folder.
28 To Be or Not To Be. Two 4-page theatrical programs (distributed in the Showcase Cinemas theatre lobby - Lawrence, Massachusetts) for the 1983 Twentieth Century Fox remake (of the 1942 Ernst Lubitsch film starring Jack Benny and Carole Lombard) starring Mel Brooks, Anne Bancroft (Wife of Mel Brooks), Tim Matheson, Charles Durning, Jose Ferrer, Christopher Lloyd, George Gaynes, George Wyner, Jack Riley, Lewis J. Stadlen, Ronny Graham, Estelle Reiner (Wife of Carl Reiner. Mother of Rob Reiner.). etc. Screenplay by Thomas Meehan and Ronny Graham. Music by John Morris. Directed by Alan Johnson. The program include color poster art, production notes and a cast and crew list.
28 Tokyo Pop. Two 2 inch (red and white) promotional pinback buttons (distributed in theatre lobbies) for the 1988 Kuzui Enterprises/Lorimar Film Entertainment production starring Carrie Hamilton (Daughter of Carol Burnett and producer Joe Hamilton), Diamond Yukai, Hiroshi Kobayashi, etc. Screenplay by Lynn Grossman and Fran Rubel Kuzui. Directed by Fran Rubel Kuzui. The buttons feature the (red and white) title logo with artwork by "O. K. Harry."
28 Torch Song. 4 page theatrical program (distributed to ticket holders entering theatres) for the 1953 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer production starring Joan Crawford, Michael Wilding (Former husband of Elizabeth Taylor), Gig Young (Former husband of Elizabeth Montgomery), Marjorie Rambeau, Harry Morgan, Benny Rubin, etc. Screenplay by John Michael Hayes and Jan Lustig. Directed by Charles Walters. The program includes the (red) title poster logo, a publicity image of Joan Crawford and Michael Wilding, a cast and crew credit list, song program (from the film) and a descriptive list of "Important M-G-M Pictures for the Coming Months" (including "Julius Caesar" starring Marlon Brando, "Easy to Love" starring Esther Williams, Executive Suite " starring William Holden, etc).
28 Under Fire. 24 page "Actua Cine" magazine distributed in theatre lobbies in Paris, France promoting various films playing throughout the city (May -June 1984) including the 1983 Lion's Gate Films production starring Nick Nolte, Gene Hackman, Joanna Cassidy, Jean-Louis Trintignant, etc. Screenplay by Clayton Frohman and Ron Shelton. Directed by Roger Spottiswoode. The magazine includes poster art, images and plot descriptions for "Under Fire," "Against All Odds," Stryker," "Silkwood," "Mister Mom," etc.
28 Untouchables, The. 64 page "Official Movie Magazine" (sold on newsstands) for the 1987 Paramount Pictures production starring Kevin Costner, Sean Connery, Charles Martin Smith, Andy Garcia, Robert DeNiro (as "Al Capone"), Patricia Clarkson, etc. Screenplay by David Mamet. Music by Ennio Morricone. Directed by Brian De Palma. The magazine includes production and publicity photographs, "The Story in Pictures - Scene by Scene," cast and crew biographies, an article on "The Untouchables-The Classic TV Show" by Richard Gilbert, an article on "The Golden Age of Gangster Films" by Milburn Smith, an article on "Chicago After Al Capone" by David Hanna, production notes and a cast list.
28 Valley of the Dolls. A promotional (cardboard) DVD sleeve for the 2006 "Cinema Classics Collection-Special Edition" DVD release ("These Dolls Want It All!") of the 1967 Twentieth Century-Fox production ("A classic tale of backstabbing and infighting" - American Movie Classics) starring Patty Duke, Sharon Tate, Barbara Parkins, Susan Hayward, Paul Burke, Martin Milner, Lee Grant, Tony Scotti, Joey Bishop, George Jessel, Richard Dreyfus, etc. Screenplay by Helen Deutsch and Dorothy Kingsley (from the novel by Jacqueline Susann). Directed by Mark Robson. The DVD sleeve includes color publicity images from the film and (4.5 x 6 inch) miniature (color) reproductions of the original lobby cards (in a commemorative envelope) for the 1967 release (including images of Susan Hayward, Barbara Parkins, Patty Duke, Sharon Tate and Paul Burke).
28 View to a Kill, A. 66 page "Official Movie Magazine" (sold on newsstands) for the 1985 Danjaq/Eon Productions/Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer production starring Roger Moore (as "James Bond 007") , Christopher Walken, Grace Jones, Tanya Roberts, Patrick Macnee, David Yip, Desmond Llewelyn (as "Q"), Lois Maxwell (as "Moneypenny"), Walter Gotell, Geoffrey Keen, Robert Brown (as "M"), etc. Screenplay by Richard Maibaum and Michael G. Wilson. Music by John Barry. Directed by John Glen. The magazine includes color production and publicity photographs, interviews with the cast, a plot description, cast and crew biographies and a cast and crew list. A 45 RPM record sleeve (featuring color film poster art and publicity photo images) for the title theme song (sung by Duran Duran) is also included in the folder.
28 Waterdance, The. 5.5 x 8.5 inch color promotional postcard ("THE WATERDANCE is kind of a miracle, an entertaining, provocative, piercingly funny and notably sensual film." - Kenneth Turan, Los Angeles Times) for the 1992 No Frills Films production ("WINNER! Audience Award 1992 Sundance Film Festival") starring Eric Stolz, Wesley Snipes, William Forsythe, Helen Hunt, etc. Screenplay by Neal Jimenez. Directed by Neal Jimenez and Michael Steinberg. The postcard features color poster art with Eric Stolz in close-up and the title logo.
28 West Side Story. 42 page souvenir book (sold in theatre lobbies) for the 1961 Mirisch Corporation/The, Seven Arts Productions/Beta Productions release starring Natalie Wood, Richard Beymer, Russ Tamblyn (Father of Amber Tamblyn), Rita Moreno, George Chakiris, Tucker Smith, Tony Mordente (Former husband of Chita Rivera.), David Winters, Scooter Teague (Anthony Teague), Gus Trikonis (Former husband of Goldie Hawn), Simon Oakland, Ned Glass, John Astin (Former husband of Patty Duke. Father of Sean Astin.), etc. Screenplay by Ernest Lehman. Music by Leonard Bernstein. Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Choreographed by Jerome Robbins. Directed by Robert Wise. The souvenir book includes color poster art, color and black and white production and publicity photographs, "The Story of West Side Story," production information, song lyrics, cast and crew biographies and a cast and crew list. Also included in the folder: A promotional herald for the 2003 DVD "Two-Disc Special Collection " release and a 2011 DVD release "EXTRA" packet of 5.5 x 7 - inch (foreign language) poster art reprints, etc.
28 Whose Life Is It Anyway?. 4 page Sack Theatre (Boston, Massachusetts) newspaper Show Guide (Distributed at the Sack Cheri Cinema Complex in Boston's Back Bay) featuring a front page black and white production photograph (of Richard Dreyfus and Christine Lahti) and text promoting the November 1981 Boston premiere of the 1981 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer production starring Richard Dreyfus, Christine Lahti, John Cassavetes, Bob Balaban, George Wyner, etc. Screenplay by Brian Clark and Reginald Rose. Directed by John Badham. The Show Guide features newspaper poster art for "Heartland" starring Rip Torn, "Chariots of Fire," "Time Bandits" "The Pursuit of D.B. Cooper," a Sack Theatre schedule , a "Film Buff Quiz"" and brief descriptions of "Halloween II," "Arthur," "Prince of the City," "True Confessions," and "The French Lieutenant's Woman."
28 Willow. 68 page "Official Movie Magazine" (sold on newsstands) for the 1988 Imagine Films Entertainment/Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/Lucasfilms production starring Val Kilmer, Warwick Davis, Joanne Whalley (Wife of Val Kilmer.), Jean Marsh, Patrick Roach, Gavan O' Herlihy, Billy Barty, Rick Overton, Kevin Pollack, etc. Screenplay by George Lucas and Bob Dolman. Directed by Ron Howard. The magazine ("Deluxe Collector's Edition") includes color production and publicity photographs, plot description, cast biographies, production notes and promotional tie-in advertisements (for "The Magic of WILLOW Album and Sticker Collection", "The Official WILLOW Magazines" and "The WILLOW Game"). A QUAKER products ("Quaker Oats," "Cap'n Crunch," "Life Cereal," "Rice-A-Roni," etc.) promotional tie-in (color) newspaper insert ("Quaker Brings You the Magic of WILLOW with an Exclusive Offer for FREE WILLOW Premiums.") is included in the folder.

CINEMA - WIDESCREEN/CINERAMA/IT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD SCRAPBOOKS

Includes newspaper and magazine clippings pertaining to many of the widescreen gimmicks and processes of the 1950s through the present (CINERAMA, 3-D, CINEMASCOPE, SMELL-O VISION, SENSURROUND, IMAX, etc.), production and promotional information pertaining to many of the films presented in the widescreen formats (THIS IS CINERAMA, THE ROBE, SCENT OF MYSTERY, HOW THE WEST WAS WON, IT"S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD, EARTHQUAKE, etc.) and biographical information pertaining to various artists and actors who worked behind and in front of the camera in many of these films (Lowell Thomas, Mike Todd, Sr., Mike Todd, Jr., Fred Waller, Merian C. Cooper, Spencer Tracy, etc.).


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29 Scrapbook #1. 12x12 inch (black) 192-page loose-leaf binder compiled by the collector/gift donor. Included: (1) Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings pertaining to the development and promotion of CINERAMA, (2) biographical information pertaining to Lowell Thomas (reporter, adventurer, CINERAMA investor and onscreen host), Fred Waller (inventor of Cinerama) and producer Merian C. Cooper, (3) information pertaining to CINEMIRACLE (the first film and projection process to rival CINERAMA), DIMENSION 150 (CINERAMA'S "first rival since CINEMIRACLE"), CINEMASCOPE, SUPER CINERAMA MOBILE THEATRES, etc., (4) biographical information on miscellaneous stars of widescreen cinema (Spencer Tracy, Carolyn Jones, Brigid Bazlen, Carroll Baker, etc.), and (5) miscellaneous production and promotional information on films presented in various widescreen formats (THIS IS CINERAMA, THE ROBE, CINERAMA HOLIDAY, SEVEN WONDERS OF THE WORLD, MEDITERRANEAN HOLIDAY, THE BEST OF CINERAMA, WINDJAMMER, THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF THE BROTHERS GRIMM, THE FALL OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE, HOW THE WEST WAS WON, RUSSIAN ADVENTURE, CUSTER OF THE WEST, THE GREATEST STORY EVER TOLD, IT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD, THE BATTLE OF THE BULGE, THE HALLELULAH TRAIL, EL CID, CIRCUS WORLD, etc.).
29 Scrapbook #2. 12x12 inch (black) 126-page loose-leaf binder compiled by the collector/gift donor. Included: (1) Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings pertaining to widescreen flms, gimmicks and processes (in particular CINERAMA - it's rise and fall, 3-D, TODD-AO, SHOWSCAN, IMAX, etc.), (2) production and promotional information pertaining to films presented in and under the CINERAMA banner (MEDITERRANEAN HOLIDAY, 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY, RUSSIAN ADVENTURE, KHARTOUM, GRAND PRIX, MACKENNA'S GOLD, THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF THE BROTHERS GRIMM, HOW THE WEST WAS WON, CIRCUS WORLD, BATTLE OF THE BULGE, 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY, etc.), (3) an excerpt from Lowell Thomas's 1977 autobiography, SO LONG UNTIL TOMORROW pertaining to "The Wonderful Life and Premature Death of Cinerama" and (4) an excerpt from the biography of Louis B. Mayer, HOLLYWOOD RAJAH by Bosley Crowther, describing the impact of CINERAMA on the film industry.
29 Scrapbook #3. 12x12 inch (black) 200-page loose-leaf binder compiled by the collector/gift donor. Included: Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings (production updates, advertising, promotional product tie-ins, world premiere information, television world premiere coverage on the ABC Network (Saturday-Night) variety show, THE JERRY LEWIS SHOW, reviews, re-release information, network television screenings, etc.) pertaining to the 1963 United Artists production ("The World's Critics Go Stark Raving Mad! Mad! Mad! Mad!") of IT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD (presented in the CINERAMA single-lens projection process).
30 Scrapbook #4. 12x12 inch (black) 276-page loose-leaf binder compiled by the collector/gift donor. Included: (1) Biographical information on producer/director Mike Todd (AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS), (2) Biographical information on producer/director Stanley Kramer (IT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD, etc.) and (3) miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings pertaining to the stars of the 1963 United Artists production of IT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD including Spencer Tracy ("He could wither you with a glance."), Jimmy Durante ("A legacy of Laughter."), Milton Berle ("The man who is Uncle."), Buddy Hackett ("...a hot fudge sundae with all the syrup run to the bottom."), Paul Ford, Ben Blue, Jo E. Brown, Edie Adams ("The most celebrated lady stogie puffer..."), Buster Keaton, Sid Caesar ("The funniest man in America..."), Norman Fell, Phil Silvers, Terry-Thomas ("His gap is his fortune."), Jerry Lewis, Mickey Rooney , Ethel Merman ("She had Rhythm and Was the Top."), Dick Shawn ("One of the better unknowns"), Jonathan Winters, Andy Devine, Selma Diamond, Sammy Tong, Edie "Rochester" Anderson, Carl Reiner, Peter Falk, Don Knotts, Dorothy Provine, Sterling Holloway, Alan Carney, Barrie Chase, Stan Freberg, The Three Stooges, etc.
30 Scrapbook #5. 12x12 inch (black) 316-page loose-leaf binder compiled by the collector/gift donor. Included: (1) Additional (continued from Scrapbook #4) newspaper and magazine clippings pertaining to the stars of the 1963 United Artists production of IT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD including Ben Blue ("...the sad-faced comedian who performed for more than five decades..."), Arnold Stang ("The CHUNKY Man"), Edward Everett Horton ("...a master of comic befuddlement..."), ZaSu Pitts ("...the first syllable she uttered on screen was a signal for audience laughter."), Paul Ford, Sterling Holloway, Leo Gorcey, William Demarest, Sammee Tong, Charles McGraw, Peter Falk, Joe E. Brown ("The beloved elastic-mouth comedian."), Jim Backus ("...a man of comic riches."), Buster Keaton, The Three Stooges ("The World's Wackiest Nuts."), Jonathan Winters ("The Madman of Comedy."), Jack Benny, Jerry Lewis ("Mr. Lewis is a pussycat..."), Madlyn Rhue, Stan Freberg ("Monkey business has always come naturally..."), Phil Silvers ("I'm not a Hamlet."), Barrie Chase, Dorothy Provine, Ben Lessy, etc., (3) additional production and promotional information (continued from Scrapbook #3) pertaining to the 1963 United Artists production of "IT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD and (4) newspaper and magazine articles pertaining to CINERAMA and other widescreen gimmicks and processes (TODD-AO, OMNIMAX, PERCEPTO, ILLUSION-O, HYPNOMAGIC, 3-D, IMAX, etc.).
31 Scrapbook #6. 12x12 inch (black) 142-page loose-leaf binder compiled by the collector/gift donor. Included: Additional (continued from Scrapbook #2) newspaper and magazine clippings pertaining to widescreen gimmicks and processes (CINERAMA, 3-D, VISTAVISION, CINEMASCOPE, CIRCLORAMA, 70MM CINERAMA, etc.), miscellaneous production and promotional information for films presented in various widescreen formats (THIS IS CINERAMA, HOUSE OF WAX, THE ROBE, HOW TO MARRY A MILLIONAIRE, SEARCH FOR PARADISE, SEVEN WONDERS OF THE WORLD, HOW THE WEST WAS WON, CINERAMA HOLIDAY, DIAL M FOR MURDER, JAWS 3-D, HONDO, THE BEST OF CINERAMA, THE BLACK TULIP, THE GOLDEN HEAD, THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF THE BROTHER GRIMM, IT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD, etc.) and biographical information (continued from Scrapbook #5) pertaining to the stars of the 1963 United Artists production of IT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD including Milton Berle ("...still gets a kick out of making us laugh."), Dick Shawn ("A comedian of protean talents."), Jonathan Winters ("A man for all comic seasons."), Mickey Rooney and producer-director, Stanley Kramer ("The Mild One").
31 Scrapbook #7. 12x12 inch (black) 98-page loose-leaf binder compiled by the collector/gift donor. Included: Additional (continued from Scrapbook #6) biographical information pertaining to the stars of the 1963 United Artists production of IT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD including, Milton Berle ("TV's First Star"), Sid Caesar ("He brought a razor-sharp New York edge to TV sketch comedy..."), Carl Reiner, Jack Benny ("The Toscanini of comedic timing..."), Jonathan Winters ("The most spookily untethered of all comedians."), Norman Fell, Jim Backus, Edie Adams Spencer Tracy, Ethel Merman Jimmy Durante, Jesse White, etc, information on the CINERAMA DOME (Built in 1963 - designed to present motion pictures shown in what was known as the CINERAMA process) in Hollywood and production and promotional information pertaining to various films presented under the CINERAMA banner (CIRCUS WORLD, GRAND PRIX, 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY, etc.).
31 Scrapbook #8. 12x12 inch (black) 220-page loose-leaf binder compiled by the collector/gift donor. Included: Additional (continued form Scrapbook #6) newspaper and magazine clippings pertaining to widescreen gimmicks and processes (CINERAMA, 3-D, CINEMASCOPE, IMAX, CINEMIRACLE, TODD-AO, etc.), additional (continued from Scrapbook #6) production and promotional information for films presented in various widescreen formats (THIS IS CINERAMA, IT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD, WINDJAMMER, AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS, ALASKA: SPIRIT OF THE WILD, HOW THE WEST WAS WON, THE ROBE, THE WONDERFUL WOLRD OF THE BROTHERS GRIMM and CINERAMA ADVENTURE) and additional (continuing from Scrapbook #7) biographical information pertaining to the stars of the 1963 United Artists production of IT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD World including Spencer Tracy, Raymond Massey, Sid Caesar ("The Man Nobody Knew."), Jonathan Winters ("...a grand old man of comedy."), Milton Berle ("...almost single-handedly launched the television medium."), Mickey Rooney, Terry-Thomas ("Is there a gap in your entertainment?"), Ethel Merman ("...brassy, bold and anything but subtle."), Bobo Lewis, Charles McGraw , Phil Silvers ("Top Gonif"), Stan Freberg, Andy Devine, Dorothy Provine, Jimmy Durante ("A legacy of laughter"), Jack Benny, The Three Stooges, William Demarest, Selma Diamond, Jim Backus, Dick Shawn, Jerry Lewis, Buddy Hackett, Carl Reiner, Peter Falk, Don Knotts, Barrie Chase, ZaSu Pitts, etc.
32 Scrapbook #9. 12x12 inch (black) 180-page loose-leaf binder compiled by the collector/gift donor. Included: Biographical information pertaining to the life and career of Lowell Thomas (reporter, adventurer, producer, etc.), biographical information pertaining to the life and career of Mike Todd (producer and director), historical information pertaining to the development, success and decline of the CINERAMA film and projection process, production and promotional information pertaining to the IMAX film and projection process and additional (continued from Scrapbook #8) biographical information pertaining to the stars of the 1963 United Artists production of IT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD including Milton Berle, Carl Reiner, Buddy Hackett ("...the lovable lump who honed his skills in New York's Catskill resorts."), Phil Silvers ("Lovable Wise Guy") and Sid Caesar.
32 Scrapbook #10. 12x12 inch (black) 206-page loose-leaf binder compiled by the collector/gift donor. Included: Biographical information pertaining to the life and career of Mike Todd, Jr. ("Smell-O Vision"), production and promotional information pertaining to various films presented in the CINERAMA process (HOW THE WEST WAS WON, THE GREATEST STORY EVER TOLD, TO THE MOON AND BEYOND, SEARCH FOR PARADISE, MEDITERRANEAN HOLIDAY, SEVEN WONDERS OF THE WORLD , THE GREATEST STORY EVER TOLD, THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF THE BROTHERS GRIMM, KHARTOUM, etc.) and biographical information pertaining to the stars of the various CINERAMA productions (Carolyn Jones, Edie Adams, Madlyn Rhue, Dorothy Provine, Terry-Thomas, Carl Reiner, Roy Engel, Barrie Chase, Milton Berle, Dick Shawn, Sid Caesar, Buddy Hackett, Paul Birch, Chick Chandler, Thelma Ritter, etc) and production and promotional information pertaining to various widescreen gimmicks and processes (3-D, SENSURROUND, TODD -AO, IMAX, etc.),

CINEMA - WIDESCREEN/CINERAMA MISCELLANEOUS PROMOTIONAL ARTIFACTS and EPHEMERA

Promotional ephemera (programs, souvenir books, comic books, ticket-order forms, sheet music, posters, etc.) and artifacts (buttons, magnets, etc.) distributed and sold to advertise the films (This is Cinerama, The Robe, White Christmas, Earthquake, etc.) and the widescreen processes (Cinerama, Cinemascope, 3D, Smellovision, Sensurround, etc.) of the 1950s to the present.


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33 Around the World in 80 Days. Three 12-page souvenir miniature (4.5 x 5.5 inch) copies of THE (London) DAILY TELEGRAPH (May 11, 1872 - with actual reports of the original trip around the world) distributed to ticket holders at the 1956 film premiere (to be viewed under a magnifying glass) of the 1956 TODD-AO production starring David Niven, Cantinflas, Shirley MacLaine, Robert Newton and an all star cast. Screenplay by S. J. Perelman (Based on the Jules Verne Novel). Music by Victor Young. Choreographed by Paul Godkin. Directed by Michael Anderson.
33 Around the World in 80 Days. Two 71-page (8 x 11.5 inch) hardcover (and one softcover) souvenir books (sold in theatre lobbies for $1.00 - softcover for 50 cents) for the 1956 TODD-AO production starring David Niven, Cantinflas, Shirley MacLaine and Robert Newton (and an all-star cast). Screenplay by S. J. Perelman (Based on the Jules Verne Novel). Music by Victor Young. Choreographed by Paul Godkin. Directed by Michael Anderson. The souvenir books include color poster art, a "Foreword" by producer/director Mike Todd, a "See It Now" article by newsman, Edward R. Murrow (who appears in the prologue for the film), an article by editor, Art Cohn ("Around Mike Todd in Eighty Moods"), production notes, black and white and color production and publicity photographs, a plot description, cast and crew biographies, a list of "cameo" roles (a description coined by Mike Todd for this film - now a common term used to describe brief roles played by star performers in film) and a cast and crew credit list.
33 Around the World in 80 Days. 44-page (6 x 8 inch) hardcover souvenir book (distributed to ticket holders in theatre lobbies) for the 1956 TODD-AO production starring David Niven, Cantinflas, Shirley MacLaine and Robert Newton (and an all-star cast). Screenplay by S. J. Perelman (Based on the Jules Verne Novel). Music by Victor Young. Choreographed by Paul Godkin. Directed by Michael Anderson. The souvenir book includes color poster art, a "See It Now" article by newsman, Edward R. Murrow (who appears in the prologue for the film), an article by editor, Art Cohn ("Around Mike Todd in Eighty Moods"), production notes, black and white and color production and publicity photographs, a plot description, cast and crew biographies, a list of "cameo" roles (a description coined by Mike Todd for this film - now a common term used to describe brief roles played by star performers in film) and a cast and crew credit list.
33 Around the World in 80 Days. 8 x 9.5 inch "Thanks" certificate signed by producer/director Mike Todd. Sent to columnist and broadcast personality Hy Gardner in response to his kind words in review of the 1956 TODD-AO production of AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS starring David Niven, Cantinflas, Shirley MacLaine and Robert Newton (and an all-star cast). Screenplay by S. J. Perelman (Based on the Jules Verne Novel). Music by Victor Young. Choreographed by Paul Godkin. Directed by Michael Anderson. The signed certificate is authenticated, from the estate of Hy Gardner, by Marilyn Gardner (Mrs. Hy Gardner). Certificate text (with sketches of scenes from film and gold "Oscar" image: "Thanks for what you said (wrote) about AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS. It all helped to get this. Am a little late in thanking you, but I have been making like a playboy. Mike Todd"
33 Around the World in 80 Days. Three 6.5 x 9 inch Playbill programs (distributed to ticket holders at the Rivoli Theatre in NYC for the week beginning October 17, 1956) for the 1956 TODD-AO production starring David Niven, Cantinflas, Shirley MacLaine and Robert Newton (and an all-star cast). Screenplay by S. J. Perelman (Based on the Jules Verne Novel). Music by Victor Young. Choreographed by Paul Godkin. Directed by Michael Anderson. The programs include a black and white cover photograph (David Nivin and Cantinflas in balloon), a complete cast list and a list of "Firsts" for the film ("Most stars ever to appear in a picture," The most camera set-ups ever used." etc.).
33 Around the World in 80 Days. Two copies of the 9 x 12 inch "Around the World" sheet music (1956/57) with red-tinted film logo (floating balloon) on cover and a cast list of "cameo" caricature sketches on back cover. Lyrics by Harold Adamson. Music by Victor Young. Published by Chappell and Co., Inc. and Victor Young Publications, Inc. for the 1956 TODD-AO production starring David Niven, Cantinflas, Shirley MacLaine and Robert Newton (and an all-star cast). Screenplay by S. J. Perelman (Based on the Jules Verne Novel). Music by Victor Young. Choreographed by Paul Godkin. Directed by Michael Anderson.
33 Around the World in 80 Days. 6.5 x 9 inch Stagebill program (distributed to ticket holders at Todd's Cinestage in Chicago during the week of August 31, 1958) for the 1956 TODD-AO production starring David Niven, Cantinflas, Shirley MacLaine and Robert Newton (and an all-star cast). Screenplay by S. J. Perelman (Based on the Jules Verne Novel). Music by Victor Young. Choreographed by Paul Godkin. Directed by Michael Anderson. The program includes a black and white cover photograph (David Nivin and Cantinflas in balloon), a complete cast list and a list of "Firsts" for the film ("Most stars ever to appear in a picture," The most camera set-ups ever used." etc.).
33 Around the World in 80 Days. 11 x 9 inch (1957) First Anniversary (of the 1956 TODD-AO production starring David Niven, Cantinflas, Shirley MacLaine, Robert Newton and an all-star cast) "DO IT YOURSELF PARTY KIT" (Presskit with caricature images of Mike Todd and his wife, Elizabeth Taylor on cover) to be held at the Carthay Circle Theatre in Los Angeles. This packet was sent, by Mike Todd and his wife, Elizabeth Taylor, to members of the press who could not attend or were not officially invited to the celebration: "This is a good occasion for a real gala party, but when AROUND THE WORLD had played a year in New York we celebrated by having a little party at Madison Square Garden. The news of this leaked out somehow and our party list grew to 18,000 guests - not counting the 30,000 crashers and the 50,000,000 participants by means of television. We have learned from this last celebration that these numbers are too great for us to handle comfortably. Therefore for this celebration, here's a DO IT YOURSELF ANNIVERSARY PARTY KIT." Included for a private (at home) celebration of the anniversary: A letter on pink LIZ AND MIKE TODD stationary ("We hope you, like ourselves , find small parties preferable..."), three Carthay Circle Theatre programs (of various sizes), two 8 x 10 inch (black and white) photographs of the NYC Madison Square Garden Celebration (1. A long shot of the party celebration complete with a full-size floating hot air balloon and 2. A photograph of Elizabeth Taylor cutting the "First Anniversary" cake), official instructions for your "Do It Yourself" party (includes dress, decor, music, popcorn, service, gifts, and "Bromo Seltzer: If the party was such a success that you have any ill-effects the next day..."), a "DOOR GIFT" drawing number ("YOUR NUMBER IS 80"), a party hat (with film logo balloon attached) and a noise-maker party favor. Also, of related interest, see HOLLYWOOD HOOPLA: CREATING STARS AND SELLING MOVIES IN THE GOLDEN AGE OF HOLLYWOOD by Robert S. Sennett - included in THE JIM LIVERSIDGE COLLECTION book holdings.
33 Battle of the Bulge. 7 x 10 inch 1966 Dell "Movie Classic" (12 cent) promotional tie-in comic book ("The Battle of the Bulge unfolds the most heroic and intensely personal drama of men ever told during the extraordinary days of World War II.") for the 1965 Warner Brothers /CINERAMA production starring Henry Fonda, Robert Shaw, Robert Ryan, Dana Andrews, Pier Angeli (Wife of Vic Damone. Sister of Marisa Pavan.), James MacArthur (Son of Helen Hayes and playwright Charles MacArthur), etc. Screenplay by Philip Yordan, Milton Sperling and John Melson. Directed by Ken Annakin. The comic book includes color poster art on cover, miscellaneous production photographs on inside cover and a comic-book novelization of the film.
33 Battle of the Bulge. Two 9 x 12 souvenir books (sold in the Boston CINERAMA Theatre lobby for $1.00 in December 1965) for the 1965 Warner Brothers/CINERAMA production starring Henry Fonda, Robert Shaw, Robert Ryan, Dana Andrews, George Montgomery (Husband of Dinah Shore), Ty Hardin, Pier Angeli (Wife of Vic Damone. Sister of Marisa Pavan.), Barbara Werle, Charles Bronson, Werner Peters, Hans Christian Blech, James MacArthur (Son of Helen Hayes and playwright, Charles MacArthur), Telly Savalas, etc. Screenplay by Philip Yordan, Milton Sperling and John Melson. Directed by Ken Annakin. The souvenir book includes color poster art, a plot description, production notes, (color and black and white) production and publicity photographs, cast and crew biographies and a cast and crew credit list.