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Hindmost Safari Original 8x10 Lobby Card Stewart Granger Kaz Garas With Jeep
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Silver Screen Mementos are pleased to be able to offer this authentic original lobby card measuring 8x10 inches. This lobby card is from Great Britain and was printed during the actual year the film was released in movie theaters. The lobby card (also known as Front of House/ FOH card in the UK) was created by the film studios to publicise the movie and was intended for display outside the movie theatre in special glass display boxes. THESE ARE NOT REPRODUCTIONS! You are looking at a truly original piece of cinema art, a genuine collector's item. We have a huge archive of over 250,000 original lobby cards, mostly from the 1930's to the 1980's. We will be releasing many more rare gems from our vast collection, which will include lobby cards, original photographs, movie stills, transparencies and slides.
Stand up Safari Original 8x10 Lobby Card Stewart Granger Gabriella Licudi Kaz Garas
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  • Rare and highly collectable item of movie history.
  • Authentic original piece of classic cinema art.

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Silver Screen Mementos are pleased to be able to offer this authentic original lobby card measuring 8x10 inches. This lobby card is from Great Britain and was printed during the actual year the film was released in movie theaters. The lobby card (also known as Front of House/ FOH card in the UK) was created by the film studios to publicise the movie and was intended for display outside the movie theatre in special glass display boxes. THESE ARE NOT REPRODUCTIONS! You are looking at a truly original piece of cinema art, a genuine collector's item. We have a huge archive of over 250,000 original lobby cards, mostly from the 1930's to the 1980's. We will be releasing many more rare gems from our vast collection, which will include lobby cards, original photographs, movie stills, transparencies and slides.

Wonder Woman (1974, Vincent McEveety)

Wonder Woman doesn’t work out, but it should. And lead Cathy Lee Crosby is so serious about her performance and the role, even when it’s underwritten, it’s hard not to be sympathetic. Black’s simultaneously awful and inventive teleplay recasts Wonder Woman as a spy, only one who works as a secretary. Possibly because he’s incompetent, but affable, which also describes Kaz Garas’s performance in the role. When Wonder Woman has Crosby globe-trotting in pursuit of criminal mastermind Ricardo Montalban and his gang of moronic but successfully evil henchmen, it’s at its best. Crosby gets a lot to do. Director McEveety is more than competent when it comes to directing a television movie–he does have exceptional problems during the action sequences–and there’s just something kind of cool about the first part of the movie. Crosby’s just doing James Bond and outsmarting the bad guys. Once Black has to come up with a bunch of intrigue and then McEveety has to try to direct it, that point is when Wonder Woman starts slipping. It’s also when Crosby shows up in the questionable Wonder Woman costume. They probably should’ve just skipped it. Crosby gives a strong performance. In the action-packed finale, which usually has Montalban affably aping for the camera, it takes the promise of Crosby showing up and having something to do to keep any interest going. Wonder Woman doesn’t have the budget for Black’s plot ambitions and McEveety doesn’t even try. Instead, he does get some good moments out of Montalban. And there’s something appealing about Andrew Prine’s scheming sidekick. He and Crosby have great banter. It’s like someone else wrote it, since the way Black writes for Crosby and Garas’s scenes is terrible. Not to mention the awful handling of the Paradise Island stuff (and a really bad turn from Charlene Holt in an important role). Gene Ruggiero’s editing is weak, Artie Butler’s music is weak (except when it’s Crosby’s soulful introspective moments, then it’s weak but amusing). Wonder Woman barely gets by, but it does. Crosby’s so game for it, her enthusiasm pulls it through. Directed by Vincent McEveety. teleplay by John D. F. Black, based on characters created by William M. Marston. edited by Gene Ruggiero. Starring Cathy Lee Crosby (Wonder Woman), Kaz Garas (Steve Trevor), Andrew Prine (George Calvin), Ricardo Montalban (Abner Smith), Anitra Ford (Ahnjayla), Richard X. Slattery. Source: The Stop Button

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  • REVIEW: Wonder Woman (1974)

    05/16/13 ,via Comicmix.com

    The rest of the cast is there to advance the story, nothing more, so Kaz Garas as Trevor or the fine character actor Richard X. Slattery have absolutely nothing to work with. Director Vincent McEveety, another Trek alum, does a by-the-numbers job with

  • Wonder Woman: l'evoluzione della supereroina DC dal 1941 al 2016

    04/07/16 ,via Cineblog.it (Blog)

    Nel 1974 arriva un nuovo pilot formato film tv prodotto dalla ABC con protagonista Cathy Lee Crosby affiancata da Kaz Garas nei panni di Steve Trevor. Il personaggio è lontanissimo dal fumetto, il personaggio non ha superpoteri ne il classico costume, 

Books

  • Television's Female Spies and Crimefighters

    McFarland. 2016. ISBN: 9780786496372,0786496371. 256 pages.

    Emma Peel wearing her "kinky boots." Amanda King and her poppy seed cake. Julie Barnes at her hippie pad. Honey West with her pet ocelot. Television's female spies and crimefighters make quite an impression, yet there hasn't been a reference book devoted to them until now. This encyclopedic work covers 350 female spies, private investigators, amateur sleuths, police detectives, federal agents and crime-fighting superheroes who have appeared in more than 250 series since the 1950s, with an emphasis on lead or noteworthy characters. Entries are alphabetical by series, featuring credits and synopses, notable plot points, interesting facts and critical commentary on seminal series and characters. A brief history of female spies and crimefighters on TV places them in chronological perspective and sociological context.

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  • External Sites

    05/01/16 ,via imdb.com

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  • The Last Safari (1967)

    05/16/15 ,via imdb.com

    During a hunt for a ferocious tiger terrorizing an Indian village,ex-army Major Harry Black comes across his former wife Chris and her new husband, Desmond Tanner, who met Black in a German POW camp in WW2.

  • Marcus Welby, M.D.

    04/07/14 ,via TV Guide

    An idealistic, unconventional doctor (Kaz Garas) fights reality when his clinic faces ruin. Welby: Robert Young. Cavanaugh: Harry Townes. Kiley: James Brolin. Mrs. Cavanaugh: Virginia Grey. Eve: Kelly Jean Peters. Mrs. Pryor: Ruth McDevitt. Mercer ...

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Kaz Garas - IMDb

Kaz Garas, Actor: Mean Creek. Kaz Garas was born on March 4, 1940 in Kaunas, Lithuania as Kazimer Gaizutis. He is an actor, known for Mean Creek (2004), Strange ...

Kaz Garas - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Early life. Garas was born in Kaunas, Lithuania, but moved to America at an early age where he began acting. Career. Kaz Garas began his career with a few minor parts ...

Kaz Garas - Biography - IMDb

Kaz Garas was born on March 4, 1940 in Kaunas, Lithuania as Kazimer Gaizutis. He is an actor, known for Mean Creek (2004), Strange Report (1968) and ...

Kaz Garas Biography & TV / Movie Credits - TVRage

Kaz Garas information: Biography, Picture, TV Appearances, Trivia, Quotes, News and more...

Kaz Garas as Steve Trevor. He was in another movie I like from1984 ...

Kaz Garas as Steve Trevor. He was in another movie I like from1984 ...

Kaz Garas Images | TheFemaleCelebrity

Kaz Garas Images | TheFemaleCelebrity

Kaz Garas - Filmweb

Kaz Garas - Filmweb