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Great ORIGINAL Photo measuring 8" x 10" featuring two of Hollywood's biggest stars. SHARON STONE and KEVIN BACON in the 1991 PARAMOUNT PICTURES comedy film,

He Said, She Said

Dan and Lorie are journalists working in the same office. More often than not they have opposing view of the issue in question. Deciding that this is hot stuff, a television producer gives them their own program (called "He Said, She Said") where they can give their opposing views on various issues. As they work together and get to know one another, the events that occur in their lives are replayed in the film twice; once from each's perspective.

Directors: Ken Kwapis, Marisa Silver

Writer: Brian Hohlfeld

Stars: Kevin Bacon, Elizabeth Perkins, Nathan Lane

Cast

Kevin Bacon ... Dan Hanson
Elizabeth Perkins ... Lorie Bryer
Nathan Lane ... Wally Thurman
Anthony LaPaglia ... Mark
Sharon Stone ... Linda Metzger
Stanley Anderson ... Bill Weller
Charlayne Woodard ... Cindy
Danton Stone ... Eric
Phil Leeds ... Mr. Spepk
Rita Karin ... Mrs. Spepk
Paul Butler ... Al, at the Deli
Erika Alexander ... Rita, Al's Daugther
Ashley Gardner ... Susan
Michael Harris ... Adam (as M.K. Harris)
Damien Leake ... Ray, the Technical Director

Photo is ALL ORIGINAL over 20 years old in GREAT SHAPE slight surface wear!

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MORE INFO ON SHARON STONE: Sharon Stone was born and raised in Meadville, a small town in Pennsylvania. Her strict father was a factory worker and her mother was a homemaker. She was the second of four children. At the age of 15, she studied in Saegertown High School, Pennsylvania and, at that same age, entered Edinboro State University of Pennsylvania, and graduated with a degree in creative writing and fine arts. She was a very smart girl, became a bookworm, and once was told that a suitable job for her (and her brains) was to become a lawyer. However, her first love was still the black-and-white movies, especially those featuring Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers. So, the 17-year-old Sharon got herself into the Miss Pennsylvania beauty contest and won it. From working part-time as a McDonald's counter girl, she worked her way up to become a successful Ford model, both in TV commercials and print ads. In 1980, she made her acting debut as an extra in Woody Allen's Stardust Memories (1980). Her first speaking part was in Wes Craven's horror movie, Deadly Blessing (1981). She struggled through many parts in B-movies, such as King Solomon's Mines (1985) and Action Jackson (1988). She was also married in 1984 to Michael Greenburg, the producer of "MacGyver" (1985), but they divorced two years later. She finally got her big break with a small but memorable role in the popular Arnold Schwarzenegger movie Total Recall (1990), and also posed nude for Playboy, a daring move for a 32-year-old actress. But it worked; she was cast in the breakthrough role as a sociopath novelist, "Catherine Tramell", in Basic Instinct (1992). Her interrogation scene has become a classic in film history and her performance captivated everyone, from MTV viewers, who honored her with Most Desirable Female and Best Female Performance Awards, to a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress. After she got famous, she didn't want to be typecast, so she played a victim in the sex melodrama Sliver (1993) with William Baldwin, and, in Intersection (1994), she was the aloof, estranged wife of Richard Gere. These movies didn't "work", so she got herself again into more aggressive roles, such as The Specialist (1994) with Sylvester Stallone and The Quick and the Dead (1995) with Gene Hackman. But, it wasn't until she played a beautiful but drug-crazy trophy wife of Robert De Niro in Casino (1995) that she got far more than just fame and fortune--she also received the acknowledgment of the movie industry for her acting ability. She received her first Golden Globe and an Oscar nomination. She did a couple films after wards, teaming up with Isabelle Adjani in Diabolique (1996), and as a woman waiting for her death penalty in Last Dance (1996). In 1998, she married a newspaper editor, Phil Bronstein. That year she also starred in the sci-fi thriller Sphere (1998) and received her third Golden Globe nomination for The Mighty (1998), a film that her company, "Chaos", also co-executive produced. The next year, she played the title role in Gloria (1999) and entered her first comedic role in The Muse (1999), which gave her another Golden Globe nomination. Sharon Stone, a diva who thoroughly enjoys her hard-won stardom, is now a mother of an adorable baby boy, Roan Joseph.

MORE INFO ON KEVIN BACON: Born on July 8, 1958 in Phildelphia, Pennsylvania, Kevin Bacon's early training as an actor came from The Manning Street. His debut as the strict Chip Diller in Animal House (1978) almost seems like an inside joke, but he managed to escape almost unnoticed from that role. Diner (1982) became the turning point after a couple of television series and a number of less-than-memorable movie roles. In a cast of soon-to-be stars, he more than held his end up, and we saw a glimpse of the real lunatic image of The Bacon. He also starred in Footloose (1984), She's Having a Baby (1988), Tremors (1990) with Fred Ward, Flatliners (1990), and Apollo 13 (1995).

It is part of our in-store inventory from our shop which is located in the heart of Hollywood where we have been in business for the past 40 years

SHARON STONE Kevin Bacon ORIGINAL PHOTO HE SAID, SHE SAID
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