ANDY DEVINE - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED - HFSID 281422
Sale Price $144.00
ANDY DEVINEThe actor signs on this card in blue ink for a fan Autograph Note Signed: "Best regard to Edwin-/Andy Devine" in blue ink. 4¾x3¼. Blank 2-cent postcard. Postmarked Los Angeles, California, Oct. 7, 1953. Addressed to Edwin S. Malone III, Vernon, Texas. Devine (1905-1977), born Jeremiah Schwartz and who first appeared in silent films, was afraid that 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. Normal postal stamps. Lightly toned and bowed. Show-through from mounting remnants on verso touches signature. Staples in top left and bottom corners. Irregular top edge. Otherwise, fine condition.
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