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ALASTAIR SIM - AUTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: NAT JACKLEY - HFSID 55405

ALASTAIR SIM and NAT JACKLEYThe British actors sign their names in ink on this album leaf Signature(s): "Alastair Sim" and, on verso, "Sincere Wishes/Nat Jackley", George Cole signature in unknown hand. 6½x5½.

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ALASTAIR SIM and NAT JACKLEYThe British actors sign their names in ink on this album leaf Signature(s): "Alastair Sim" and, on verso, "Sincere Wishes/Nat Jackley", George Cole signature in unknown hand. 6½x5½. Scottish actor ALASTAIR SIM(1900-1976) preferred the stage; he played a season at the Old Vic and appeared in six different stage productions of Peter Pan between 1941 and 1968. But he'll probably be best remembered for his performance in the title role of Scrooge (1951) and his performances as headmistress Miss Fritton (that's right, Miss Fritton), in the first two St. Trinian's films: The Belles of St. Trinian's (1954) and Blue Murder at St. Trinian's (1957). He also earned a BAFTA nomination for his performance in Folly to Be Wise (1953). Sim, who made his London stage debut in Othello in 1930, went on to appear in over 60 movies and TV shows between 1935 and 1976, including recurring roles in the BBC TV series Cold Comfort Farm (1968) and Misleading Cases (1967-1971). He was made a Commander of the British Empire in 1953, but refused knighthood. British comic actor NAT JACKLEY(1908-1988), born Nathaniel Tristram Jackley Hirsch, debuted professionally in show biz in the 1920s, when he appeared in a double act with with sister Joy and later with the Eight Lancashire Lads. He worked in several comedy duos in music halls before going solo as a headlining comedian, for which he's primarily remembered. He also worked with as a character actor, with the bulk of his roles coming in the 1970s and 1980s, including the TV movie The Ploughman's Lunch (1983) and series The Spoils of War (1980). His one starring role in movies was in 1956's Stars in Your Eyes. Lightly toned, soiled and creased. Lightly discolored around edges. Neatly torn from album at right edge. Otherwise, fine condition.

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