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    Tony Curtis Single Signed Baseball. Tony Curtis was a Hollywood icon when he was the darkly handsome star of movies including The Sweet Smell of Success (1957, with Burt Lancaster and the raucous cross-dressing comedy Some Like it Hot, with Jack Lemmon and Marilyn Monroe. In 1959 he earned his only Oscar nomination for The Defiant Ones with Curtis handcuffed to Sidney Poitier, and in 1960 he co-starred with Kirk Douglas in the Roman Empire epic Spartacus. Curtis specialized in light comedies during the 1960s, including The Great Race (1965) and Arrivederci, Baby , with Nancy Kwan but his memorable turn as the killer in The Boston Strangler , with Henry Fonda reaffirmed his dramatic skills. He continued to work on stage and screen into the 21st century. We offer an OML (Selig) baseball signed in bold blue sharpie from this icon who passed away September 29, 2010.



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    October, 2010
    31st Sunday
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