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ADOLPHE MENJOU - POST CARD SIGNED CIRCA 1946 - HFSID 159722

ADOLPHE MENJOU The actor signs a 5½x3¼ post card postmarked Beverly Hills, Calif., September 14, 1946. Postcard signed: "Adolphe Menjou" on verso, 5½x3¼. Embossed 1-cent Martha Washington postal card, postmarked Beverly Hills, Calif., September 14, 1946.

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Condition: lightly creased, lightly soiled, otherwise fine condition
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ADOLPHE MENJOU
The actor signs a 5½x3¼ post card postmarked Beverly Hills, Calif., September 14, 1946.
Postcard signed: "Adolphe Menjou" on verso, 5½x3¼. Embossed 1-cent Martha Washington postal card, postmarked Beverly Hills, Calif., September 14, 1946. Addressed in unknown hand to a collector in Pennsylvania. Captioned newspaper photograph of Menjou as the "Star of 'Mr. District Attorney'" affixed at right margin on signature side, which also has two pencil notations (unknown hand). Mr. District Attorney, which starred Menjou as Craig Warren, was released in 1947, the year he also appeared in I'll Be Yours and The Hucksters. In 1946, the year this card was postmarked, Menjou could be seen on the big screen in Heartbeat and The Bachelor's Daughters. Stage, screen and television actor Adolphe Menjou (1890-1963) was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actor for The Front Page (1930-1931 Academy). Known for his waxed black mustache and stylish wardrobe, he usually appeared as a dapper man-of-the world in more than 100 films, including A Woman of Paris (1923), Morocco (1930), Little Miss Marker (1934), Stage Door (1937), A Star is Born (1937) and Paths of Glory (1957). His other films include A Farewell to Arms (1932) and Pollyanna (1960), and Menjou also hosted several TV series, including My Favorite Story (1953-1954) and Target. His 1948 autobiography was appropriately titled, It Took Nine Tailors. Lightly creased, vertical crease at the "nj" of signature. Postal markings touch the upper loops of the "A" and "h" in Adolphe and the "M" of Menjou. Lightly soiled on verso, stray ink stains on address side. Overall, fine condition.

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