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PIA ZADORA LP SIGNED AUTOGRAPH PIA AND PHIL 1985

Zadora, Pia LP Signed Autograph Pia And Phil 1985
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Zadora, Pia LP Signed Autograph Pia And Phil 1985
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Zadora, Pia LP Signed Autograph Pia And Phil 1985
THIS IS AN AUTHENTICALLY AUTOGRAPHED LP BY PIA ZADORA...

PIA AND PHIL(CBS BFZ 40259)PIA ZADORA SIGING WITH THE LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA. RELEASED IN 1985-PHOTO COVER IS SIGNED BY PIA ZADORA. TRACKS: MAYBE THIS TIME, EMBRACEABLE YOU, IT HAD TO BE YOU, ALL MY TOMORROWS, SMILE, COME RAIN OR COME SHINE, WHEN THE SUN COMES OUT, EAST OF THE SUN, BUT NOT FOR ME, I THOUGHT ABOUT YOU, BOY NEXT DOOR, MAN THAT GOT AWAY. CONDITION OF THE VINYL,COVER, AND AUTOGRAPH IS VERY GOOD.

Pia Zadora (born Pia Alfreda Schipani, May 4, 1954) is an American actress and singer. After years of work as a child actress on Broadway, in regional theater and in the film Santa Claus Conquers the Martians, she came to national attention when, following her starring role in the critically lambasted[1] Butterfly, she won a Golden Globe Award[2] as New Star of the Year over such acclaimed new talents as Kathleen Turner (Body Heat), Rachel Ward (Sharky's Machine), Craig Wasson (Four Friends) and Elizabeth McGovern and Howard Rollins (both in Ragtime).[3]

When her film career failed to take off, she "reinvented" herself as a singer of popular standards and released several successful albums featuring her solo performance backed by a full symphonic orchestra. Few performers have been more publicly ridiculed than Pia Zadora,[4] due primarily to the perception that her career was solely the result of her marriage to billionaire Meshulam Riklis, whom she met when she was 17 and he was 49, but also to her arguably poor choice in film vehicles (she earned two consecutive Razzie Awards for her first two starring vehicles, Butterfly and The Lonely Lady). Zadora, however, demonstrated a resilient quality and a good-humored sense of self-parody (playing herself in such comedies as Feel the Motion, Troop Beverly Hills, and Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Insult) that endeared her to many, including the late Frank Sinatra, who toured with her in 1990, and during her years as a singer she earned the respect of many critics who had previously written her off.[