Janis Paige autograph on a photo of a Cinémonde-cover. It depicts Janis Paige in a swimming suit and fishing-net.
Hand signed by Janis Paige.
The Autograph comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.
Size: 5 x 7 1/2 inches (12,6 x 18,7 cm), very good condition.
Janis Paige (born 1922) is an American film, musical theatre and television actress.
Paige appeared on Broadway and was a huge hit in a 1951 comedy-mystery play, Remains to Be Seen, co-starring Jackie Cooper. She also toured successfully as a cabaret singer. In April 1947 Paige was crowned "Miss Damsite" and participated at the ground-breaking ceremony for the McNary Dam, on the Columbia River, alongside Cornelia Morton McNary, the Senator's widow, and Oregon's governor, Earl Snell.
Stardom came in 1954 with her role as "Babe" in the Broadway musical The Pajama Game. She was given the December 1954 cover of Esquire magazine, where she was featured in a seductive pose taken by American photographer, Maxwell Frederic Coplan.
Broadway Star Janis Paige Autograph CoA