CARL BRISSON - AUTOGRAPH SENTIMENT SIGNED - HFSID 161073
CARL BRISSON Signed in blue ink on a small card Autograph Sentiment signed: "Best wishes/Carl Brisson", 3½x2½ card. Multitalented entertainer Carl Brisson (1893-1958), born Carl Pederson in
Sale Price $136.00
Signed in blue ink on a small card
Autograph Sentiment signed: "Best wishes/Carl Brisson", 3½x2½ card. Multitalented entertainer Carl Brisson (1893-1958), born Carl Pederson in Copenhagen, Denmark, was a former professional boxer, dancer, nightclub singer and veteran of the London stage (from 1923) before making his first major film, Alfred Hitchcock's The Ring, in 1927. He displayed his fine tenor voice when he introduced the standard, "Cocktails for Two", in the 1934 film, Murder at the Vanities. Brisson, who made his last film, Ship Cafe, in 1935, was the father of Tony Award-winning theatrical producer Frederick Brisson - the husband of Rosalind Russell from October 25, 1941 until her death on November 28, 1976. Slightly creased at upper blank area. Fine condition.
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