Home > Actors > Holloway, Sterling LP Signed Autograph Peter And The Wolf Walt Disney

STERLING HOLLOWAY LP SIGNED AUTOGRAPH PETER AND THE WOLF WALT DISNEY

Holloway, Sterling LP Signed Autograph Peter And The Wolf Walt Disney
Enlarge Images
Holloway, Sterling LP Signed Autograph Peter And The Wolf Walt Disney
Item# hostlpsiaupe
Price: $99.99

Product Description


Holloway, Sterling LP Signed Autograph Peter And The Wolf Walt Disney
THIS IS AN AUTHENTICALLY AUTOGRAPHED LP BY STERLING HOLLOWAY...

WALT DISNEY PRESENTS-PETER AND THE WOLF-NARRATED BY STERLING HOLLOWAY(DISNEYLAND DQ 1242)ALSO FROM WALT DISNEY'S FANTASIA-THE SORCERER'S APPRENTICE NARRATED BY STERLING HOLLOWAY WITH LEOPOLD STOKOWSKI-COVER IS SIGNED BY STERLING HOLLOWAY-CONDITION OF THE VINYL IS WEAK VG, COVER AND AUTOGRAPH IS VERY GOOD.

In 1926, the 5 foot 9 inch (1.77), 124 lb Holloway moved to Hollywood to begin a movie career that was to last for almost fifty years. During his lifetime he worked with the likes of Fred MacMurray, Barbara Stanwyck, Lon Chaney Jr, Clark Gable, Joan Crawford, Bing Crosby, David Carradine and many others. Though he was one of the busiest character actors in the movies (and an fantastic athletic dancer), he soon found his niche as a voice actor. Holloway served in World War II as a member of the Army's Special Services unit. He produced a show for servicemen and toured with it near the front lines in North Africa and Italy.

In 1941, Holloway's unique voice was heard in his first Walt Disney animated film, Dumbo, where he was the voice of "Mr. Stork." He was the voice of the adult "Flower" in Bambi, the narrator of the Antarctic penguin sequence in The Three Caballeros, and the narrator in the Peter and the Wolf sequence of Make Mine Music. He also voiced Kaa in The Jungle Book, Roquefort the mouse in The Aristocats, and the Cheshire cat in Alice in Wonderland. His greatest fame was achieved as the voice of the title character in Disney's Winnie-the-Pooh featurettes. Disney honored him as an official Disney legend in 1991. His last narrating credit was as the Narrator in the Moonlighting episode Atomic Shakespeare'.

He also brought his distinctive voice to radio, where he was heard on such shows as The Railroad Hour, The United States Steel Hour, Suspense and Lux Radio Theater.