The thespian enthusiast is certain to appreciate this gathering of (16) autographed theatrical publications. Marquee stage icons have endorsed these programs with signatures that average (“9”) strength and clarity. Highlights include: Lauren Bacall (1966 “Cactus Flower”); Raymond Burr (1962 “Critic’s Choice”); Cab Calloway (1954 “Porgy and Bess”); Ella Fitzgerald (1962 “An Evening With Ella Fitzgerald”); Eva Gabor (1955 “Sailor’s Delight”); Ricardo Montalban (1955 “Don Juan in Hell”). Individual certs/stickers from JSA. More on our website.
Lauren Bacall a 1966 “Cactus Flower” program signed and personalized on a black-and-white photo page (Playbill included)
Ann Blyth a 1967 “Kiss Me, Kate” program signed on the appropriate biography pages by Ann Blyth, Dyan Cannon and Bob Wright
Raymond Burr a 1962 “Critic’s Choice” Stagebill program signed by Burr on the front cover
Cab Calloway a 1954 “Porgy and Bess” program signed on the appropriate biography pages by Cab Calloway and Leontyne Price
Peggy Cass a 1959 “Born Yesterday” Stagebill program signed on the front cover by Cass
Carol Channing a 1960 “Show Business” program signed by Channing on her biography page
Jimmy Dean a 1960 “Upper Midwest Auto Show” program signed on the “Stars of the Stage Show” page by Dean. The page is also signed by the Lennon Sisters (Dianne, Janet, Kathy and Peggy; first names only)
Buddy Ebsen a 1960s “Apple of His Eye” program signed on the appropriate biography pages by Cass Daley, Jim Dixon, Buddy Ebsen (“10” strength), Belle Ellig (personalized), John Fox and Victoria Meyerink
Ella Fitzgerald a 1962 “An Evening With Ella Fitzgerald” program (signed on title page)
Eva Gabor a 1955 “Sailor’s Delight” theatre program signed and personalized by Gabor on the front cover. On page 4, fellow cast members Philippa Bevans, Grant Gordon, Ruth Matteson and John Vivyan have also signed.
Angela Lansbury a 1966 “Mame” program signed by Lansbury on her biography page (“10” strength); Playbill guide is included
Liberace a 1960 “Builder’s Show” convention program signed on an interior page by Liberace
Ricardo Montalban a 1955 “Don Juan in Hell” program signed on the front cover by both Montalban and Mary Astor. The program is signed on the inside by co-stars Reginald Denny and Kurt Kasznar.
Agnes Moorehead a 1962 “Prescription: Murder” program signed on the appropriate biography pages by both Moorehead and Thomas Mitchell
Walter Pidgeon a 1958 “The Happiest Millionaire” program signed on the appropriate biography pages by Joe Bishop, Don Britton, Rocco Bufano, Nancy Cushman, Mary Lee Dearring, Dorothy Elder, George Grizzard, Edward Hunt, Gaye Jordan, Walter Pidgeon (“6” strength with ink migration), Margot Stevenson and Evelyn Wall
Rosalind Russell a 1953 “Wonderful Town” program signed on the front cover by Rosalind Russell and on the appropriate biography entries by Jordan Bentley and George Gaynes (Playbill guide included)