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The orchestra leader signs his name in black ink Signature: "Bob/Crosby", in black ink, 6x4½ affixed to a card.

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The orchestra leader signs his name in black ink
Signature: "Bob/Crosby", in black ink, 6x4½ affixed to a card. George Robert "Bob" Crosby (1913-1993), the youngest sibling of actor/crooner Bing Crosby, began his career as a singer before fronting The Bob Crosby Orchestra and his "band within a band", The Bobcats, who were known for their Dixieland stylings. Crosby and his orchestra had four No. 1 hits, "In a Little Gypsy Tearoom" (1935), "Whispers in the Dark" (1937), "Day In, Day Out" (1939) and "You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby", recorded at Bing's first session with his brother's orchestra in 1938. In addition to recording and touring, Crosby also had his own 15-minute radio show, Club 15 (1946-1952), and a half-hour daytime TV series, The Bob Crosby Show (1953-1955), and he appeared in a number of feature films from 1936 (Collegiate) to 1959 (The Five Pennies) and made guest appearances (often as himself) on several TV shows, including The Jack Benny Program (1952, 1953, 1956 and 1959). Crosby and his popular orchestra continued to tour into the 1980s. Heavily toned. Stained in center, intersecting with 'B' in 'Bob'. Binding holes in left margin. Pin hole in top margin. Small tears on bottom right corner. Light surface creases. Otherwise, fine condition.

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