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SAMANTHA EGGAR Original DOCTOR DOLITTLE Studio PHOTO Huge ROADSHOW Photograph
 

SAMANTHA EGGAR Original DOCTOR DOLITTLE Studio PHOTO Huge ROADSHOW Photograph

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Great ORIGINAL Roadshow PHOTOGRAPH featuring a stunning image of SAMANTHA EGGAR measuring 11" x 14" that was used to promote the 1967 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation, musical film, Doctor Dolittle Directed by Richard Fleischer based on the novel by Hugh Lofting Screenplay written by Leslie Bricusse. Doctor Dolittle is a world-renknowned veterinarian who speaks a wide array of animal languages. He sets off from his home in Puddleby-by-the-Marsh, England, in search of the Great Pink Sea Snail. In so doing, he and his friends meet such exotic creatures as the Pushme-Pullyu and the Giant Moon Moth. This musical is the source of the hit song, "If You Could Talk To The Animals." The entire cast included: Rex Harrison .... Dr. John Dolittle Samantha Eggar .... Emma Fairfax Anthony Newley .... Matthew Mugg Richard Attenborough .... Albert Blossom Peter Bull .... Gen. Bellowes Muriel Landers .... Mrs. Blossom William Dix .... Tommy Stubbins Geoffrey Holder .... William Shakespeare X Portia Nelson .... Sarah Dolittle Norma Varden .... Lady Petherington . This Photo showing a great image of the actress from one of her musical numbers. It has the 20th Century Fox info printed on the backShop with confidence! This is part of our in-store inventory from our shop which is has been located in the heart of Hollywood where we have been in business for OVER 37 years!MORE INFO ON SAMANTHA EGGAR: Samantha Eggar (born 5 March 1939) is an English film, television and voice actress.She was born Victoria Louise Samantha Marie Elizabeth Therese Eggar in Hampstead, London to an Anglo-Irish father (Ralph, a major in the British Army) and a mother (Muriel) of Dutch and Portuguese descent. She was raised Roman Catholic and educated at St Mary's Providence Convent, Woking, Surrey.She began her acting career in several Shakespearean companies, and debuted on film in 1962 in The Wild and the Willing. Also in 1962 she played Ethel Le Neve in the film Dr. Crippen, alongside Donald Pleasence. Eggar starred in the comedy Walk Don't Run (1966) with Cary Grant, his last picture. She received a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Actress for The Collector (1965), directed by William Wyler. She won a Golden Globe award for this performance and was also named Best Actress at the Cannes Film Festival.[citation needed]Eggar appeared in such films as Curtains, Doctor Dolittle, The Molly Maguires, Dark Horse, The Brood, and The Light at the Edge of the World. In 1972, she played the governess opposite Yul Brynner for the short-run TV show Anna and the King. In 1977, she co-starred with Peter Falk and Theodore Bikel in the Columbo episode The Bye-Bye Sky High IQ Murder Case. She appeared as Maggie Gioberti in "The Vintage Years", the pilot for the drama Falcon Crest, but was replaced by Susan Sullivan when the series went into production.In 1997, she provided the voice of Hera in Disney's animated film Hercules. Eggar also had a role in a 1999 picture, The Astronaut's Wife, which starred Johnny Depp.She has appeared as the wife of Captain Jean-Luc Picard's brother Robert in the television series Star Trek: The Next Generation, as Sister Vivian in Cold Case, and as Sarah Templeton, the wife of Speaker of the House Nathan Templeton (Donald Sutherland), on the short-lived television series Commander in Chief, which starred Geena Davis. In 2000, she had a brief run in the American soap opera All My Children. In 2009, she played the mother of Jack and Becky Gallagher in Season 1, Episode 11 ("Lines in the Sand") of the FOX television series Mental.In 1964, she married actor Tom Stern, with whom she has a son, Nicholas Stern, and a daughter, Jenna Stern. Eggar and Stern divorced in 1971.More info on REX HARRISON: Born in 1908 in Lancashire, England, Reginald Carey Harrison changed his name to Rex as a young boy, knowing it was the Latin word for King. Starting out on his theatre career at age 18, his first job at the Liverpool Rep Theatre was nearly his last--dashing across the stage to say his one line, made his entrance and promptly blew it. Fates were kind, however, and soon he began landing roles in the West End. "French Without Tears", a play by Terence Rattigan, proved to be his breakthrough role. Soon he was being called the "greatest actor of light comedy in the world." Having divorced his first wife Collette Thomas in 1942, he married German actress Lilli Palmer. The two began appearing together in many plays and British films. He attained international fame when he portrayed the King in Anna and the King of Siam (1946), his first American film. After a sex scandal, in which starlet Carole Landis apparently committed suicide because he ended their affair, the relationship with wife Lili became strained. Rex (by this time known as "Sexy Rexy" for his philandering ways and magnetic charm) began a relationship with British actress Kay Kendall, divorced Lili to marry the terminally ill Kay with hopes of a re-marriage to Palmer upon Kay's death. The death of Kay affected Harrison greatly and Lili never returned to him. During this time Rex was offered the defining role of his career: Professor Henry Higgins in the original production of "My Fair Lady". He won the Tony for the play and an Oscar for the film version. In 1962 Harrison married actress Rachel Roberts. This union and the one following it to Elizabeth Harris (Richard's ex) also ended in divorce. In 1978 Rex met and married Mercia Tinker. He and Mercia remained happily married until his death in 1990. She was also with him in 1989 when he was granted his much deserved and long awaited knighthood at Buckingham Palace. Rex Harrison died of pancreatic cancer three weeks after his last stage appearance, as Lord Porteous in W. Somerset Maugham's 'The Circle'. Winner of 2 Tony Awards for Best actor. "Anne of the Thousand Days" and "My Fair Lady". Favorite beverage was Guinness Stout. Hated the nickname given to him by the press, "Sexy Rexy". Turned down the role of The King in "The King and I". The role went to Yul Brynner' . Died three weeks after his final stage appearance as Lord Porteous in "The Circle" (1990). Was so fanatical about wine that he often sent the bottles back if it was not to his liking... sometimes even to his own wine cellar. Frequently wore a specific ring with a dark square-cut stone, on his pinky finger of his left hand. It appears in almost all of his films. Father of Carey Harrison. Blind in one eye as the result of a childhood illness. Has a style of hat named after him. Once punched Frank Sinatra in the jaw thinking the singer was hitting on his wife, Lilli Palmer. Afterwards the two men became good friends. Turned down the lead role in 13 Rue Madeleine (1946) It then went to James Cagney. When he accepted his Academy Award for My Fair Lady, he dedicated it to his "two fair ladies", Audrey Hepburn and Julie Andrews. Andrews had played Eliza Doolittle on in the Broadway production, but was passed over in favor of Audrey Hepburn. Is the basis for the voice of Stewie Griffin on "Family Guy." Father, with Lilli Palmer of Carey Harrison. Father, with Collette Thomas, of actor Noel Harrison. Grandfather of Cathryn Harrison and Simon Harrison. One of only eight actors to have won both a Tony and an Oscar for having portrayed the same role on stage and screen ("My Fair Lady"). The others are Joel Grey ("Cabaret"), Shirley Booth ("Come Back, Little Sheba"), Yul Brynner ("The King and I"), Anne Bancroft ("The Miracle Worker"), Paul Scofield ("A Man For All Seasons"), Jack Albertson ("The Subject Was Roses"), and Jose Ferrer ("Cyrano de Bergerac"). Was cremated and part of his ashes were scattered in Italy in Portofino and on the grave of his second wife, Lilli Palmer. His son, Carey Harrison, was born in 1944. Won three Tony Awards: in 1949, as Best Actor (Dramatic) for "Anne of the Thousand Days;" in 1957, as Best Actor (Musical) for "My Fair Lady," which he recreated in an Oscart-winnoing performance in the film version of the same title, My Fair Lady (1964); and a Special Tony Award in 1969. He was also nomined in 1984 as Best Actor (Play) for his role as Capt. Shotover in George Bernard Shaw's "Heartbreak House" . Despite extensive vocal training after landing the part of Henry Higgins in My Fair Lady, he was unable to sing a note. In the end the director gave up and told him to quasi-speak the whole thing. He had a reputation for being very abrupt with his fans. One night after a stage performance of My Fair Lady, it was late, cold and pouring with rain and there was an old woman standing alone outside the Stage Door. When she saw Rex, she asked him for his autograph. Rex told her to "Sod off", and the old woman was so enraged at this that she rolled up her program and hit him with it. Stanley Holloway, who had followed Rex out in time to see this, congratulated him on not only making theatre history, but, for the first time in world history, "the fan has hit the shit." Member of the jury at the Cannes Film Festival in 1965 Knighted by Queen Elizabeth II. [1989] Turned down the role of the Prince in the Broadway production of Noel Coward's "The Girl Who Came To Supper" in order to do My Fair Lady (1964). The role went to José Ferrer. Once punched Frank Sinatra in the jaw, thinking the singer was hitting on his wife, Lili Palmer' . Afterwards the two men became good friends. Turned down the lead role in 13 Rue Madeleine (1947). It then went to James Cagney. When he accepted his Academy Award for My Fair Lady (1964), he dedicated it to his "two fair ladies", Audrey Hepburn and Julie Andrews. Andrews had played Eliza Doolittle in the Broadway production, but was passed over for the film version in favor of Hepburn. Is the basis for the voice of Stewie Griffin on "Family Guy" (1999). One of only eight actors to have won both a Tony and an Oscar for having portrayed the same role on stage and screen ("My Fair Lady"). The others are Joel Grey ("Cabaret"), Shirley Booth ("Co
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