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This is an ORIGINAL Signed in person AUTOGRAPHED LOBBY CARD measuring 11" x 14" from Twentieth Century Fox Films.

It is All Original, OVER 55 YEARS OLD, It does have some wear from age and staples.

It was signed in person by actress, TERRY MOORE. The autograph was for the original owner of our store, Doug Hart, when the actress stopped in to our original store in the heart of Hollywood. She signed in boldly, My Best, Always Terry Moore. The lobby card has a photo image of Sal Mineo, Barbara Eden and Jim Backus.

This lobby card was used to promote the 1959 comedy,

A PRIVATE'S AFFAIR

Three U.S. Army recruits have various romantic adventures while preparing to appear on a televised talent show.

Director: Raoul Walsh

Writers: Winston Miller (screenplay), Ray Livingston Murphy (story)

Stars: Sal Mineo, Christine Carère, Barry Coe

Cast

Sal Mineo ... Luigi J. Maresi
Christine Carère ... Marie
Barry Coe ... Jerry Morgan
Barbara Eden ... Sgt. Katie Mulligan
Gary Crosby ... Mike Conroy
Terry Moore ... Louise Wright
Jim Backus ... Jim Gordon
Jessie Royce Landis ... Elizabeth T. Chapman
Robert Burton ... General Charles E. Hargrave
Alan Hewitt ... Major R.C. Hanley
Bob Denver ... MacIntosh
Tige Andrews ... Sgt. Pickerell
Ray Montgomery ... Captain Hickman
Rudolph Anders ... Dr. Leyden
Debbie Joyce ... Magdalena

It is a nice vintage item if you like Original Autograph Lobbies, Terry Moore or the stars in the lobby card. It is an ALL Original item!

Shop with confidence! This is part of our in-store inventory from our shop which is has been located in the heart of Hollywood where we have been in business for OVER 40 years!

MORE INFO ON TERRY MOORE: Helen Luella Koford (born January 7, 1929), better known as Terry Moore, is an American film and television actress.

Born January 7, 1929, in Glendale, California, as Helen Luella Koford, Moore grew up in a Mormon family in Los Angeles, California. She worked as a child model before making her film debut in Maryland in 1940. Moore was billed as Judy Ford, Jan Ford, and January Ford before taking Terry Moore as her name in 1948.

Moore worked in radio in the 1940s, most memorably as Bumps Smith on The Smiths of Hollywood. She has starred in several box-office hits, including Mighty Joe Young (1949), Come Back, Little Sheba (1952) (for which she was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress), and Peyton Place (1957). She appeared on the cover of Life magazine for July 6, 1953, as "Hollywood's sexy tomboy". Moore's photo was used on the cover of the second issue of the My Diary romance comic book (cover dated March 1950).

During the 1950s, Moore worked steadily in films such as The Great Rupert (1950), Two of a Kind (1951), Man on a Tightrope (1953), Daddy Long Legs (1955), Between Heaven and Hell (1956), Bernardine (1957), A Private's Affair (1959), and Why Must I Die? (1960).

By the 1960s, Moore's film career had faltered. She had begun to appear less frequently in films. However, she did make films such as Platinum High School (1960), She Should Have Stayed in Bed (1963), Black Spurs (1965), Town Tamer (1965), Waco (1966), and A Man Called Dagger (1967). Lacking film roles, Moore appeared on television. In 1962, she appeared as a rancher's daughter in the NBC western Empire. She also appeared on the NBC interview program Here's Hollywood.

After the 1960s, Moore semiretired from acting, only completing two films in the 1970s; by the 1980s, though, her career had resumed with minor roles in low-budgeted B-movies. Moore has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 7080 Hollywood Blvd.

At age 55, Moore posed nude in the August 1984 issue of Playboy magazine, photographed by Ken Marcus.

In 2014, she guest-starred in the role of Lilly Hill on the crime series True Detective, starring Matthew McConaughey.

Moore's first marriage, in 1951 to American football player and Heisman Trophy winner Glenn Davis, lasted one year. A subsequent marriage to Eugene McGarth, in 1956, lasted three years. One year after this marriage ended, Moore married Stuart Cramer after his divorce from Jean Peters; one of the two children from this 13-year marriage is actor Grant Cramer. Following the dissolution of this marriage in 1972, Moore did not remarry for 20 years. Her 1992 marriage to Jerry Rivers lasted until his death in 2001.

This item is part of Backlot Movie Memorabilia and collectibles in-store inventory from our shop which is located in the heart of Hollywood, where we have been in business for OVER 40 years!!!

TERRY MOORE Signed in Person AUTOGRAPH Lobby Card A PRIVATE AFFAIR Sal Mineo '59
Item #BMM0003382