ALLAN JONES - AUTOGRAPH SENTIMENT SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: IRENE HERVEY, JACK BUCHANAN - HFSID 165662
ALLAN JONES, IRENE HERVEY and JACK BUCHANAN Pink album leaf signed by all three in ink Autograph Sentiment Signed: "Best wishes/Irene Hervey" "Allan Jones" and verso "Good luck/Jack Buchannan" (unknown signer). 6x4½ pink album leaf.
Sale Price $252.00
ALLAN JONES, IRENE HERVEY and JACK BUCHANAN Pink album leaf signed by all three in ink Autograph Sentiment Signed: "Best wishes/Irene Hervey" "Allan Jones" and verso "Good luck/Jack Buchannan" (unknown signer). 6x4½ pink album leaf. Irene Hervey and Allan Jones were married from 1936-1957. IRENE HERVEY (1909-1998) was an American actress with almost 100 movies and TV shows to her credit. Hervey started out as an MGM contract player, doing bit parts in features and supporting roles in short subjects. She freelanced after leaving MGM before signing with Universal in 1938. Hervey's projects were many and varied at Universal, including big-budget features (Destry Rides Again, 1939), lead roles in B-features (Frisco Lil, 1942), damsels-in-distress in horror films (Night Monster, 1942) and even a plucky serial heroine (Gangbusters, 1942). Hervey moved to TV in 1952 and earned an Emmy nomination in 1969 for her work on My Three Sons. ALLAN JONES (1908-1992), a star of Broadway and film musicals of the 1930s and forties, made his screen debut in Show Boat (1936). From the 1937 film Firefly came his hit song, "Donkey Serenade". He is best remembered for his romantic roles in two Marx Brothers productions: A Night at the Opera and A Day at the Races. After his film career he toured with stage companies in such productions as Man of La Mancha. JACK BUCHANAN (1890-1957) debuted on the London stage in 1912. His film appearances included Monte Carlo (1930), Brewster's Millions (1935) and The Band Wagon (1953). He held his own when paired with other debonair screen personalities like Maurice Chevalier and Fred Astaire. Light toning at edges. Otherwise, fine condition.
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