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Hans Conried "Absence Of Cello" 1965 Papermill Playhouse Theatre Program Signed Autograph

Conried, Hans  Absence Of Cello 1965 Papermill Playhouse Theatre Program Signed Autograph
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Conried, Hans "Absence Of Cello" 1965 Papermill Playhouse Theatre Program Signed Autograph
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Conried, Hans  Absence Of Cello 1965 Papermill Playhouse Theatre Program Signed AutographConried, Hans  Absence Of Cello 1965 Papermill Playhouse Theatre Program Signed AutographConried, Hans  Absence Of Cello 1965 Papermill Playhouse Theatre Program Signed AutographConried, Hans  Absence Of Cello 1965 Papermill Playhouse Theatre Program Signed Autograph
Paper Mill Playhouse-"Absence Of Cello"-1965-6" X 9 1/2"-22 pages-theatre program. This vintage theatre program features Hans Conried in a starring role in the play -"Abence of Cello". He is featured on the front cover of the program in an original scene.After several years in summer stock and radio, Conried made his screen debut in Dramatic School (1938). Conried's saturnine features and reedy voice made him indispensable for small character roles, and until he entered the service in World War II the actor fluctuated between movies and radio. Given a choice, Conried would have preferred to stay in radio, where the money was better and the parts larger, but despite the obscurity of much of his film work he managed to sandwich in memorable small (often unbilled) appearances in such "A" pictures as Once Upon a Honeymoon (1942), The Big Street (1942) and Passage to Marseilles (1944). While in the army, Conried was put in charge of Radio Tokyo in postwar Japan, where he began his lifelong hobby of collecting rare Japanese artifacts; the actor also had a near-encyclopedic knowledge of American Indian lore. As big-time radio began to fade during the late 1940s and early 1950s, Conried concentrated more on film work. Later he was engaged for a choice co-starring role in Cole Porter's Broadway musical Can Can; in addition, he became a favorite guest on Jack Paar's late-night TV program, popped up frequently and hilariously as a game show contestant, and in 1957 made the first of many special-guest visits as the imperishable Uncle Tonoose on The Danny Thomas Show. This theatre program also features a biography of Hans Conried. The theatre program has been autographed on the front cover by hans Conreid in black.......................BOTH THEATRE PROGRAM AND AUTOGRAPH ARE IN EXCELLENT CONDITION....................