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    "The King and I" Cast Signed Program. A program book from the original 1951 Broadway run of the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical, signed by cast members Gertrude Lawrence, Yul Brynner (who would reprise his role as the King of Siam in the 1956 film adaptation), Doretta Morrow, Dorothy Sarnoff, Robin Craven, Larry Douglas, and John Juliano. Lawrence died of liver cancer the following year, three weeks after her last performance as "Anna Leonowens." Brynner's performance in the film version earned him an Academy Award for Best Actor. The program is in Very Fine condition with mild fading to some of the signatures, and it has been matted and framed to an overall size of 14.5" x 17.5". From the collection of John Strangi.

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    October, 2007
    6th-7th Saturday-Sunday
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