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JACK TEAGARDEN. Photograph inscribed and signed: "Best of Everything/to a swell Person/Miss 'Start'/from/Jack Teagarden". Vintage b/w, 8x10. Jack Teagarden (1905-1964) was a jazz trombonist, vocalist and bandleader, at home with the blues as few white musicians of his era were. Self-taught on the trombone and playing with a distinctive style, he played with many of the best jazz artists, including a world tour with Louis Armstrong. He was leading a Dixieland group in New Orleans when he died young, of pneumonia. Lightly creased. Pin holes at corners. Two vertical tears (¾-inch, ¼-inch) at lower margin. Mounting tape remnants near right corners. Adequate contrast on signature.

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Born: August 20, 1905 in Vernon, Texas
Died: January 15, 1964 in New Orleans, Louisiana

Film Credits
2009 Johnny Mercer: The Dream's on Me (Sound), 2009 Johnny Mercer: The Dream's on Me (Other), 2003 Seabiscuit (Sound), 1998 Claire Dolan (Sound), 1996 Infinity (Sound), 1993 The War Room (Sound), 1993 King of the Hill (Sound), 1991 Nothing But Trouble (Sound), 1977 All You Need Is Love (Other), 1961 The DuPont Show of the Week (in person), 1961 The Andy Griffith Show (Performer), 1960 The Revlon Revue (Sound), 1960 The Revlon Revue (in person), 1959 Jazz on a Summer's Day (in person), 1957-1958 Timex All-Star Jazz Show (Sound), 1957-1958 Timex All-Star Jazz Show (in person), 1956 Stars of Jazz (in person), 1956 Jazz Ball (Other), 1955 Frankie Laine Time (in person), 1953 The Glass Wall (in person), 1952 Glory Alley (in person), 1951 The Strip (in person), 1951 An American in Paris (Music Department), 1950 I'm in the Revue (in person), 1950 Cavalcade of Bands (in person), 1949 Rhythm Masters (in person), 1945 The Pied Piper of Basin Street (Music Department), 1945 Sliphorn King of Polaroo (Sound), 1945 Sliphorn King of Polaroo (Performer), 1944 Twilight on the Prairie (Sound), 1944 Twilight on the Prairie (Performer), 1944 Hi, Good Lookin'! (Sound), 1944 Hi, Good Lookin'! (Performer), 1943 So's Your Uncle (Sound), 1943 So's Your Uncle (in person), 1942 Campus Capers (Performer), 1941 Birth of the Blues (Sound), 1941 Birth of the Blues (Performer), 1939 Hoagy Carmichael (Sound), 1939 Hoagy Carmichael (in person), 1931 The Happiness Remedy (in person), 1929 Ben Pollack and His Park Central Orchestra (Sound), 1929 Ben Pollack and His Park Central Orchestra (in person)

Theatre Credits
Strike Up the Band - Other (January 14, 1930 - June 28, 1930)

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