Other Autographed Items

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  • 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
  • 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
  • (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
  • 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
  • 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
  • Nicely signed by Shirley MacLaine in black in the lower white border area (below the card’s photo) of original 14x11” US lobby card #5 for the gritty adult drama, HOT SPELL (1958). The card itself is in Very Good overall condition for its age.

    • $50.00
  • Autographed by Lee Grant in black in a nice area of original 14x11” US lobby card #1 for director Norman Jewison’s crime thriller, IN THE HEAT OF THE NIGHT (1967). The card itself is in good overall condition. Some slight bends across the card doesn’t distract from the overall appearance if you’d frame and display it.

    • $35.00
  • Nicely signed by Art Carney on an original 11x14” US lobby card (card #1), pictured with George Burns. The card is in Very Good, never displayed condition.

    • $40.00
  • LOUDER THAN WORDS Comic Book #3 of 6 - Here we have a copy of Dark Horse Comics 1997 limited comic series, Sergio Argones Louder Than Words, featuring 24 pages of sight gags as only the legendary Mad Magazine artist could present them. Signed on the front cover boldly in black by Sergio Argones under his drawing of himself.

    • $35.00
  • The guy the movie Goodfellas (1990) was based on, Henry “The Rat” Hill (June 11, 1943 - June 12, 2012) was a low level gangster turned informant. He did speaking tours after he wrote the book, Wiseguy, that Goodfellas was based on and did watercolor paintings of various scenes out of the book and film. In all truth, the guy wasn’t the best artist in the world, but that’s half the charm.

    Here we have an original 15x11” painting in water color and poster paint of the St. Johns Cemetery scene with a trio of wiseguys getting things out of the trunk of a car with New York City in the background. “Here’s a wing, here’s a leg” is written under some tombstones, and it is signed by Henry Hill in the lower right corner and double matted to an overall 20x16" size

    • $175.00
  • Poster art for the film, The Driver (1978), matted along with a Bruce Dern signed personal check (#3174) for $500 and dated 2/27/80. Matted to an overall 11x18” size.

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

    • $35.00
  • CD Soundtrack - Signed by soundtrack composer Harry Manfredini and writer Peter Atkins in silver on the cover. These are CDs that Harry Manfredini sells and what do you know, he bootlegs his own music CDs! So yeah, it’s a CD-R with color cover signed by the two.

    • $20.00
  • Widescreen version of the Matt Dillon, Kate Hudson, Owen Wilson and Michael Douglas comedy. Signed by Matt Dillon on the DVD cover in blue sharpie. Opened so Dillon could sign it, but in Very Good condition.  DVD w/ signed cover.

    • $25.00
  • Great full color original 10x8” lobby photo from Rage (1966) pictured with costar Glenn Ford. Boldly signed in blue by Stella Stevens.

    • $25.00
  • Popular leading man in 1940s Hollywood best known for villainous roles like The Mummy’s Tomb (1942), where he brought Lon Chaney Jr’s Kharis, the Mummy, back to life; The Mad Ghoul (1943) and The Amazing Mr. X (1948). Signed 8.25x10.75” book page featuring a 1943 MGM studio photo. Nice.

    • $25.00
  • Beautiful limited edition Jeff Marshall artwork litho from 2002 of a bikini clad Munro as “Naomi” in the Bond film, The Spy Who Loved Me. Beautifully signed in black by Caroline Munro, who also included her character name. Double matted to an overall 14x18” size for easy framing and display.

    • $45.00
  • On 8x11” color poster art for the film, FORGOTTEN HEROES (1990). Boldly signed in black by William Smith.

    • $25.00
  • Credited as the first “gore film”, producer David Friedman and director Herschell Gordon Lewis’ low budget cult horror film still packs a punch… and a few unintentional laughs along the way. With William Kerman (as Thomas Wood), Mal Arnold, and Playboy playmate Connie Mason.

    Here we have an original US one-sheet poster 27x41" in good+ condition that’s been linen backed and will come shipped rolled. The poster is clean and bright with just a little bit of work done to it as they backed it, and displays great. It was signed in 2005 by director H.G. Lewis “To my friend Tom” in black under his name at the bottom of the poster. Getting harder and harder to find all the time. 

    • $350.00
  • Signed 3.25x5.25” B&W postcard. Boldly signed in black by Mamie VanDoren over the pre-printed signature on the postcard itself. The postcard itself has a bend about an inch down from the top but is in good overall condition. It’s been double matted to an overall 8x10” size for easy framing an display.

    • $25.00
  • Signed by 8 Cast Members - From the December 5, 1965 premiere performance of the play, The Playroom, at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre comes this 6x9” Playbill Program (containing 64 printed pages including the cover) that is signed by 8 cast members, including talented actors Peter Kastner (1943-2008) who also appeared in stuff like Buck Rogers in the 25th Century and Frightmare; Karen Black (1939-2013) who went on to a great film career; Augusta Dabney (1918-2008) who did a lot of TV work, including a bunch of Soaps; Tom Helmore (1904-1995) who was in some great films, including Vertigo and The Time Machine; Richard Thomas, “John-Boy Walton” himself; Bonnie Bedelia, who’s had a great career as well and can be found in films like The Strange Vengeance of Rosalie, Salem’s Lot, Needful Things and Die Hard 1 and 2; Alan Howard, who was in Ladybug Ladybug, and Little Big man; and Christopher Norris, who appeared in several 70s films, including Airport ’75 and Eat My Dust. All of the autographs are beautiful ballpoint pen signatures, and whoever got the program signed was smart enough to back every page with a blank piece of paper so you don;t get any weird print on the reverse page of the autographs. The program itself nice and clean, and is in Very Good overall condition. Considering who signed it, it’s quite the bargain too. 

    • $85.00
  • Here we have an 11x14” B&W print of The X-Men comic book character “Storm” that was drawn by artist John Hebert in 2006 and boldly signed in black by him.

    • $30.00
  • Darwood Kaye played “Waldo” in roughly 20 of the Hal Roach and MGM “Our Gang” and “Little Rascals” shorts in the late 1930s and 40s. Here we have him signed on an 14x11” lobby card reprint for the Little Rascals short, Second Childhood. It’s a generic card listing several of the kids, but none from the actual short that was advertised (with a little disclaimer that the kids listed may not appear in the titled short.) Another Rascal that’s no longer with us, Darwood signed nicely in a light area of the card.

    • $35.00