After "It's a Bird It's a Plane It's Superman" closed, Bob decided to move to Hollywood.
He had just starred as Superman, he was in his prime both physically and vocally, and
at six-foot-four he commanded the stage and screen.
He signed up with an agent, Leon O. Lance, who pulled together a portfolio of Bob's work. (We'll feature some of these photos soon!)
Here today is the front and back cover of Bob's portfolio. It shows the breadth
of his work and documents his travels as a performer.
Wouldn't you cast him?
Over the years, web hostess Toni Collins had been collecting "Bob Holiday Treasures"
and it's time to start sharing them with you! We have lots of rare photos of Bob. Check back to frequently to see more!
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