Autographs

Every autographed piece is GUARANTEED as authentic for the life of the item. Certificate of Authenticity for any piece is available on request. Most items were obtained “in person” on our travels throughout the years.

Items: 150 of 363, per page
  • (1928 - 1998) - Here we have a B&W paperstock photo of the man who shot Martin Luther King accepting an award. Nicely signed by James Earl Ray in black and matted along with a B&W photo of his mug shot when he was arrested. Matted to an overall 20x14” size.

    • $175.00
  • (1942 - 1994) - Here we have a signed B&W photo of Gacy’s mug shot photo that is nicely signed in black by Gacy and matted along with a color photo of him as ”Pogo” the Clown taken in 1977. This is the photo of Pogo that he used as reference for his prison paintings. Matted to an overall 20x14” size.

    • $400.00
  • (1915 - 2004) - B&W 10x8 photo as The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1956), nicely signed by Anthony Quinn in blue sharpie in a light area of the photo. The photo itself has a couple of light creases across the middle of the photo but they’re not horribly distracting. Still a fantastic photo.

    • $50.00
  • (1925 - 2010) - 10x8 B&W pressbook photo from The Defiant Ones (1958) pictured with Sidney Poitier. Boldly signed in black by Tony Curtis.

    • $40.00
  • (1917 - 2012) - B&W photo of one of Sam Peckinpaw’s go-to actors dressed in a coyboy type outfit. Signed by R.G. Armstrong in a thin black pen across a lighter area of his chest.

    • $50.00
  • Nice black ink signature of Piper Laurie, signed “Best Wishes” and matted along with a color photo from director Brian DePalma’s Carrie (1976) of Laurie as Carrie’s creepy Jesus obsessed mother “crucified” in the doorway with kitchen knives near the end of the film. Matted to an overall 11x17” size for easy framing.

    MATTED PHOTOS:  Each autograph is an actual signature matted with the described photo and NOT an actual signed photo or item.  ALL pieces make attractive display pieces ready to slide into a frame and hang on the wall.

    • $35.00
  • (1934 - 1998) - Best known for the long running “East Side Kids / Bowery Boys” film series, here we have a nice clean blue ink signature of Huntz Hall matted along with a B&W photo of Hall’s “Sach” character enjoying one of an endless series of milk shakes from the film, Bowery to Bagdad (1954). Matted to an overall 14x14” size.

    MATTED PHOTOS:  Each autograph is an actual signature matted with the described photo and NOT an actual signed photo or item.  ALL pieces make attractive display pieces ready to slide into a frame and hang on the wall.

    • $35.00
  • (1934 - 2016) - Color 8x10 photo as The Green Hornet from the 1966 - 67 TV series, pictured with Bruce Lee as his sidekick, “Kato”. Signed by Van Williams in black in a light area of the photo.

    • $100.00
  • Color 10x8” photo from Bride of Chucky (1998) with a blow apart “Chucky” in her hands. Boldly signed by Jennifer Tilly in blue on 1/7/99 at the El-Ray Theater in LA.

    • $45.00
  • Great mid 1990’s color photo, gun in hand. (Don’t know the film though…) Boldly signed by Michael Madsen in blue in a darker area of the photo, but good contrast.

    • $45.00
  • Color 10x8 Photo of the director (Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon (2000), The Hulk (2002), Brokeback Mountain (2005), Life of Pi (2012), etc) against a film festival backdrop. Boldly signed by Ang Lee in blue in London, England in February of 2006.

    • $80.00
  • (1948 - 2018) - Here we have a cute early to mid 1970’s color portrait photo, boldly signed in blue by Margot Kidder.

    • $65.00
  • (1936 - 2010) - 10x8” B&W photo from Easy Rider (1969), of Hopper on his bike wearing a leather fringed jacket. Boldly signed by Dennis Hopper in blue across his chest. A semi light area, but nice contrast and the signature is easy to see.

    • $100.00
  • (1925 - 2010) - Nice B&W photo, circa 1958, and pictured with his wife (from 1951 to 1962), Janet Leigh. Boldly signed by Tony Curtis in blue in a light area.

    • $40.00
  • (1952 - 2009) - Here we have the golden age adult star Marilyn Chambers signed twice on a DVD of Up ‘n Coming (1983) with John Holmes and Lisa DeLeeuw in black sharpie twice - once on the cover, to “Ed - With Lust” and on the DVD itself.  - *18+ to purchase

    • $100.00
  • (1924 - 2014) - B&W photo from Dark Passage (1947). Standing next to Humphrey Bogart, who is looking into a mirror. Signed in gold by Lauren Bacall, and the signature is slightly “feathered” so we will let it go cheaper than usual.

    • $45.00
  • (1924 - 2014) - Terrific studio shot from The Big Sleep (1946), boldly signed by Lauren Bacall “Regards” in black in a light area.

    • $40.00
  • (1917 - 2006) - Nicely signed by June Allyson in black in the lower white border area of an original 14x11” US lobby card for director Mervyn LeRoy’s family drama, Little Women (1949), pictured with Peter Lawford. The card is in good overall condition with thumbtack holes in the corners of the card. Would look good framed up and displayed though.

    • $40.00
  • One of the first well known female comedians (7/17/1917 - 8/20/2012) also made her mark on film and TV. Photo of a B&W Worlman character she liked to sign and doodle on, boldly signed in black by Phyllis Diller.

    • $25.00
  • (1940 - 2017) - Color lobby card art for Romero’s film, Martin (1976), matted along with an original Laurel Productions company check - Check 168, dated 2/18/74 for $16.50 to the local 644 welfare fund. Matted to an overall 14x16” size.

    MATTED PHOTOS:  Each autograph is an actual signature matted with the described photo and NOT an actual signed photo or item.  ALL pieces make attractive display pieces ready to slide into a frame and hang on the wall.

    • $135.00
  • (1930 - 2014) - B&W photo of the director on the set of Superman (1978), pictured with Marlon Brando as “Jor-El”. Nicely signed by Richard Donner in blue sharpie.

    • $200.00
  • Color US poster photo from Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993), where Sarandon was the voice of “Jack.” Signed by Chris Sarandon in black and adding “Jack” under his name.

    • $50.00
  • (1920 - 2013) - Color 10x8 of a woman watching Harryhausen paint the Medusa’s head from Clash of The Titans (1981) with the serpent/snake bodied archer in the foreground. Boldly signed by Ray Harryhausen in black along the bottom of the photo.

    • $165.00
  • (1917 - 2012) - Full length B&W photo of the popular comedian and actress wearing one weird ass dress. Signed “Love You Edie!” in black by Phyllis Diller.

    • $20.00
  • B&W photo from To Have And Have Not (1945), pictured with Humphrey Bogart. Nicely signed by Lauren Bacall in black in a light area.

    • $75.00
  • Signed in black by Michael York on an original full color 14x11” scene card from the sci-fi classic, Logan’s Run (1976), pictured with Jenny Aguter. The scene card is in Very Good condition.

    • $40.00
  • Color publicity photo as “King Orm” from Aquaman (2018), signed in blue by Patrick Wilson.

    • $65.00
  • Color Guardians of the Galaxy (2014) publicity photo of Pratt holding a little plastic water pistol. Nicely signed in black by Chris Pratt.

    • $85.00
  • B&W studio photo from The Fortune Cookie (1966) of a young Matthau in a nice suit and tie. Nicely signed in black by Walter Matthau.

    • $50.00
  • Color publicity photo as “Manta” in Aquaman (2018), nicely signed in blue by Yahya Abdul-Mateen II.

    • $65.00
  • Color 8x10 photo of a young, long haired Madson from The Getaway (1994), boldly signed by Michael Madson in blue sharpie. Signature starts in a light area and ends across the left side of his dark jacket.

    • $45.00
  • Signed in black by Sophia Loren on an original 14x11” US lobby card #1 for Man of LaMancha (1972) in a great area of the card. She isn’t pictured on the card - Peter O’Toole is - so cheaper than if she were. The card is in Very Good overall condition.

    • $35.00
  • Nice B&W 8x10 photo from The Big Bounce (1969) with drink in hand. Nicely signed by Lee Grant “Love” in a light area.

    • $45.00
  • Color 8x10 from the film, True Confessions (1981). Signed by Robert Duvall in a dumb area across his forehead and hat in a dark area, but nice contrast.

    • $45.00
  • Late 70’s or early 80’s color 8x10 photo, riding a horse in leather top and cowboy hat. Nicely signed in black by Bo Derek.

    • $75.00
  • (1925 - 2010) - Signed “Think Feeling Better” (a line from the film) in black by Tony Curtis in a great area of original 14x11” US lobby card #2 for the Ken Hughes comedy, Arrivederci, Baby! (1966) - aka Drop Dead Darling - pictured in bed with an ill feeling Nancy Kwan. The card itself is in good+ condition with minor corner dings. Would frame up fantastic.

    • $40.00
  • Cute 8x10 mid-80’s color photo, boldly signed in blue by Kim Basinger.

    • $65.00
  • Vintage B&W full length nude photo of Edy with fan mail strategically place over her “private” parts. Boldly signed by Edy Williams in black.

    • $50.00
  • Color 60’s topless photo of the “blond bombshell” actress and pin-up. Nicely signed by Mamie Van Doren in silver.

    • $50.00
  • Signed Lobby Card - Here we have 14x11” US lobby card #7 for the Arthur Hiller comedy, The Tiger Makes Out, nicely signed in blue sharpie in the credit block on the card by stars Eli Wallach (1925 - 2014) and Anne Jackson (1925 - 2016). Wallach is pictured in the card’s photo while Jackson is not. The card itself is in Very Good overall condition.

    • $55.00
  • Young B&W computer printed photo of the stage and screen star nicely signed by Rita Moreno in black in a light area. There is a slight crease across her right arm. Hard to really notice and it doesn’t distract from the photo but we will let it go a little cheaper because of it.

    • $20.00
  • (1933 - 2005) - B&W Our Gang / Little Rascals photo dressed as a cop (complete with billy club) from the Our Gang Follies of 1938 short. Boldly signed by Gordon "Porky" Lee “O’Tay” in black in a light area of the photo.

    • $35.00
  • (1936 - 2010) - Color photo as “Victor Drazen” from the 2004 season of 24. Nicely signed by Dennis Hopper in blue.

    • $75.00
  • Nice 80’s portrait of the talented actress, nicely signed by Teri Garr in blue. Teri has been suffering from MS and had a brain aneurysm (YIKES!) a few years back, so she is quite an uncommon autograph these days.

    • $45.00
  • Here we have the original 14x11” US lobby card #3 from the Raoul Walsh comedy, A Private’s Affair (1959), pictured with fellow cast members, Terry Moore, Sal Mineo, Gary Crosby, and Jim Backus. The card is nicely signed by Barbara Eden “To Richard” in black sharpie in the upper right hand corner of the card. The card itself is in good+ overall condition with some minor dings around the borders.

    • $40.00
  • (1938 - 2020) - Chicago mobster was the right hand man to Tony “The Ant” Spilotro in Chicago. When he moved from Chicago to Las Vegas, he was the leader of “The Hole in the Wall Gang” - a gang of thieves that broke through walls to avoid door and window alarms. He left witness protection and did appearances with Henry Hill (telling mob stories) for a few years. Here we have a large, 11x14” B&W 1970s photo (more than likely a police arrest photo) that is nicely signed by Frank Cullotta in black in a light area.

    • $75.00
  • (1926 - 2005) - B&W late 1930’s Our Gang / Little Rascals era photo, boldly signed in black by Tommy "Butch" Bond in a light area of the photo.

    • $35.00
  • (1925 - 2002) - Nice clean black ink signature matted along with full color British quad poster artwork for The Illustrated Man (1969), a terrific film based on the Ray Bradbury story. Matted to an overall 14x14” size for easy framing and display.

    MATTED PHOTOS:  Each autograph is an actual signature matted with the described photo and NOT an actual signed photo or item.  ALL pieces make attractive display pieces ready to slide into a frame and hang on the wall.

    • $35.00
  • (1927 - 2019) - Nice bold black sharpie signature of David Hedison matted along with a full color lobby card from The Fly (1958) of Hedison as the half man / half fly creature. The autograph is a clipped signature affixed to a card. We cropped it tight and it looks good and displays great. You’d have to get right up on it and know what you are looking for to really notice, but we’ve priced it as a clipped signature over one in the middle of a card or autograph book page. Matted to an overall 14x14” size for easy framing and display.

    MATTED PHOTOS:  Each autograph is an actual signature matted with the described photo and NOT an actual signed photo or item.  ALL pieces make attractive display pieces ready to slide into a frame and hang on the wall.

    • $35.00
  • Here’s a name you don’t see every day unless it’s on some sort of football memorabilia. Nice clean red pen signature of Rosey Grier stating, “Keep the Peace” matted along with, what else?… Full color lobby card artwork for the blaxploitation classic, The Thing With Two Heads (1972). Matted to an overall 14x18” size.

    MATTED PHOTOS:  Each autograph is an actual signature matted with the described photo and NOT an actual signed photo or item.  ALL pieces make attractive display pieces ready to slide into a frame and hang on the wall.

    • $40.00
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