ANDY DEVINE - AUTOGRAPH NOTE ON PRINTED PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED IN INK - HFSID 324774
ANDY DEVINE Shown in a scene from The Farmer Takes a Wife, he pens a note for a fan in blue ink Autograph Note on Printed Photograph Signed in Ink:
Sale Price $510.00
ANDY DEVINE Shown in a scene from The Farmer Takes a Wife, he pens a note for a fan in blue ink Autograph Note on Printed Photograph Signed in Ink: "This does look/much like Andy/Devine the comedian/but I must have had/some reason for being/in the picture--/Andy Devine", in blue ink. B/w, 9¼x7½. Captioned movie still from The Farmer Takes a Wife (1935). Unknown hand in lower margin notes the year this movie was filmed, "1935". Andy Devine (1905-1977, born Jeremiah Schwartz), appeared in silent films, but was afraid his rasping voice, the result of a childhood injury, would exclude him from the talkies. On the contrary, it helped make him the quintessential comic sidekick, first in films to Richard Arlen (1939-1941) and Roy Rogers (late 1940s), then on TV to Guy Madison's Wild Bill Hickock (1951-1958), remembered for his line, "Hey, Wild Bill! Wait for me." He hosted a popular children's TV program in the late 1950s and early 1960s. Devine was also a regular on Jack Benny's radio show from 1937. Bowed. Toned. Edges and corners creased and slightly worn. Pin-sized holes at corners. Stamps on verso (no show through). Otherwise, fine condition.
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