Ferrer, Jose 45 Signed Autograph With Picture Sleeve Yes Virginia There Is A Santa Claus
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THIS IS AN AUTHENTICALLY AUTOGRAPHED 45 BY JOSE FERRER... JOSE FERRER(RCA 47 7823)YES VIRGINIA THERE IS A SANTA CLAUS/SANTA'S MARCHING SONG. 45 WITH PICTURE SLEEVE. PHOTO COVER IS SIGNED BY JOSE FERRER. CONDITION OF THE VINYL,COVER, AND AUTOGRAPH IS VERY GOOD. JosÃ© Vicente Ferrer de Otero y CintrÃ³n (January 8, 1909 - January 26, 1992), was a Puerto Rican Academy Award-winning actor and film director. Early Stage Acclaim Ferrer, who was born in the Santurce district of San Juan, Puerto Rico. In 1933 he graduated from Princeton University, where he wrote a senior thesis titled French Naturalism and Pardo BazÃ¡n and was a member of the Princeton Triangle Club. Ferrer made his Broadway debut in 1935. In 1940, he played his first starring role on Broadway, the title role in Charley's Aunt -- part of it in drag. He played Iago in Margaret Webster's 1943 Broadway production of Othello, starring Paul Robeson in the title role, Webster as Emilia, and Ferrer's wife at the time, Uta Hagen, as Desdemona. It became the longest-running production of a Shakespeare play staged in the U.S., a record it still holds. Then, in 1946, he played the title role in Edmond Rostand's Cyrano de Bergerac, a performance which won him a Tony Award. Radio Among other radio roles, Ferrar starred as detective Philo Vance in a 1945 series of the same name. Oscars Ferrer made his film debut with Ingrid Bergman in Joan of Arc in 1948, for which he received his first Academy Award nomination, for "Best Supporting Actor". Ferrer won an Academy Award as "Best Actor" for his portrayal of Cyrano de Bergerac in the 1950 film version of Cyrano de Bergerac, becoming the first Puerto Rican to win the award, only weeks after being subpoenaed to appear before the House Un-American Activities Committee as a suspected Communist, charges that Ferrer vehemently denied. Stage Director In 1952 Ferrer won a Tony Award for directing three plays (The Shrike, Stalag 17, The Fourposter) in the same season and earned