BING CROSBY - QUESTIONNAIRE SIGNED CIRCA 1933 - HFSID 167029
BING CROSBY Bing Crosby answers a questionnaire in pencil for a fan on the verso of a photograph of Wallace Reid. Questionnaire signed: "Bing Crosby", 1p, 6x8½. In pencil. Unsigned photo, b/w, 4¾x6¼, of actor Wallace Reid on verso.
Sale Price $680.00
Bing Crosby answers a questionnaire in pencil for a fan on the verso of a photograph of Wallace Reid.
Questionnaire signed: "Bing Crosby", 1p, 6x8½. In pencil. Unsigned photo, b/w, 4¾x6¼, of actor Wallace Reid on verso. On a handwritten note asking a series of questions, Crosby has penciled the following answers. [Do you value your fan mail?] "Absolutely". [Your next picture shall be called?] "College Humor". [your Favorite Ambition:] "To Please the Public". [Your Favorite hobby:] "Deep Sea Fishing & Golf -". College Humor, in which Crosby played a college professor falling in love with one of his students (Mary Carlisle), was released in 1933. Harry Lillis "Bing" Crosby (1904-1977) won the 1944 Academy Award for Best Actor in Going My Way. He was also nominated for Best Actor for The Bells of St. Mary's (1945) and The Country Girl (1954). Known for his relaxed "crooning" style of singing, Crosby recorded more than 1,600 songs that sold at least 500 million copies. His 1942 single of "White Christmas" sold more than 30 million copies worldwide and was the best-selling single in any music category for more than 50 years. Slightly soiled. Paperclip impressions in upper and lower right. Many horizontal folds, not at signature.
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