ANITA LOUISE - AUTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: GILBERT ROLAND, JACK P. TIDBALL - HFSID 20084
GILBERT ROLAND, ANITA LOUISE, and JACK P. TIDBALL Album leaf signed by actors Gilbert Roland and Anita Louise and by Jack P. Tidball Signatures: "Anita Louise", "Gilbert Roland" and, on verso, "Jack P Tidball", all in pencil. With two unidentified signatures in pencil and pencil notations in unknown hand.
Sale Price $126.00
GILBERT ROLAND, ANITA LOUISE, and JACK P. TIDBALL
Album leaf signed by actors Gilbert Roland and Anita Louise and by Jack P. Tidball
Signatures: "Anita Louise", "Gilbert Roland" and, on verso, "Jack P Tidball", all in pencil. With two unidentified signatures in pencil and pencil notations in unknown hand. 4¾x6¼ album leaf, with rounded right corners and 2 binder holes near left edge. In a movie career of more than half a century (1925-1982), ROLAND (1905-1994, born Luis Antonio Dámaso de Alonso in Juárez, Chihuahua, Mexico) played dashing leading men in both silent and talking films. Originally trained as a bullfighter, he was the only genuine Mexican to portray the Cisco Kid on screen (in eleven films). Roland received two Golden Globe nominations as Best Supporting Actor for The Bad and the Beautiful (1952) and Cheyenne Autumn (1964). Fashionable, fragile and eternally young LOUISE (1915-1970), born Anita Louise Fremault, got her acting start on Broadway at age six and debuted in films soon after that, in 1922. Her roles movies included costume dramas during her peak in the 1930s (Madame DuBarry, 1934; Midsummer Night's Dream, 1935; The Story of Louis Pasteur, 1936; Marie Antoinette, 1938) and ingénue roles after that, though she was equally effective at playing one of the black hats (Nine Girls, 1944). Louise also gained a reputation as a society hostess in Hollywood, with shindigs that attracted the beautiful people and the press alike. She jumped to TV in 1950 and stayed there for another 20 years. Her best remembered TV role is probably as mother Nell McLaughlin on My Friend Flicka (1955-1956). In all, she had over 80 movies and TV shows to her credit between 1922 and 1970. Lightly toned, stained and creased. Louise and Roland's signatures touch. Otherwise in fine condition.
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