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John Gielgud Signed 8×10 Photo – COA JSAGo Back
During the first half of his career, John Gielgud did not take the cinema seriously. Though he made his first film in 1924, and had successes with The Good Companions (1933) and Julius Caesar (1953), he did not begin a regular film career until his sixties. Gielgud appeared in more than sixty films between Becket (1964), for which he received his first Academy Award nomination for playing Louis VII of France, and Elizabeth (1998). As the acid-tongued Hobson in Arthur (1981) he won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor. His film work further earned him a Golden Globe Award and two BAFTAs.
Presented is an 8×10 promotional black and white photo of John Gielgud. It was autographed by the actor in blue ball point pen “9”.
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