JAMES DARREN DEBORAH WALLEY LP SIGNED AUTOGRAPH SINGS THE MOVIES GIDGET GOES HAWAIIAN
THIS IS AN AUTHENTICALLY AUTOGRAPHED LP BY JAMES DARREN AND DEBORAH WALLEY...
JAMES DARREN SINGS THE MOVIES/GIDGET GOES HAWAIIAN(COLPIX CP 418)PHOTO COVER IS SIGNED BY JAMES DARREN AND DEBORAH WALLEY. TRACKS:GIDGET GOES HAWAIIAN, NOT MINE, COME ON MY LOVE, WILD ABOUT THAT GIRL, UNTIL THE REAL THING COMES ALONG, GOODBYE MY LADY LOVE, PS I LOVE YOU, HAND IN HAND, TRAVELING DOWN A LONELY ROAD, YOU ARE MY DREAM, YOUR SMILE, BECAUSE THEY'RE YOUNG. CONDITION OF THE VINYL,COVER, AND AUTOGRAPHS IS VERY GOOD.
James William Ercolani (born June 8, 1936), best known as James Darren, is an American television and film actor, television director, and singer.
Deborah Walley (August 12, 1943 – May 10, 2001) was an American actress.
Deborah Walley was born in Bridgeport, Connecticut to Ice Capades skating stars and choreographers Nathan and Edith Walley. She attended Central High School in Bridgeport. At fourteen she was playing summer-stock theatre. She studied acting at New York City's American Academy of Dramatic Arts. She began working on stage in the city and made her Hollywood film debut in 1961's Gidget Goes Hawaiian, a role for which she is most remembered. From then until 1974 she appeared in fifteen feature length films, including several of the "Beach Party" films produced by American International Pictures.
From 1964–1966, Walley was married to actor John Ashley, a costar of ABC's Straightaway series about auto racing from 1961–1962. He preceded her in death by four years.
On television, she was known as Suzie Hubbard Buell on the short-lived comedy, The Mothers-in-Law; Eve Arden played her mother, while Kaye Ballard played her in-law. In 1990, she voiced as Foxglove the bat in an episode "Good Times, Bat Times" on Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers.
After retiring to a home in Arizona she continued to make occasional guest appearances on television. While living there, she co-founded two children's theater companies and became involved with native-American culture and folklore, having written and created plays about their lives.
Deborah Walley died of esophageal cancer at the age of fifty-seven in the resort city of Sedona, Arizona.