CAROL BRUCE - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED - HFSID 36508
Sale Price $414.00
CAROL BRUCEThe actress signed and penned this letter regarding all her years in "Show Biz" to the CEO of The Gallery of History Inc. Autograph Letter Signed: "Carol Bruce". One page. 7¼x10½. To Todd Axelrod, in full: "It's difficult to "recap" 45 yrs. in "Show Biz" but I'll try! I started as a band vocalist in Montreal - graduated to night club work in such famed spots as the "Copacabana," Empire Room of the Waldorf, Persian Room of the Plaza, etc. etc. My first B'way hit was "Louisiana Purchase" where I made the cover of Life mag. in 1940 - followed by Universal Pictures - the "Showboat" revival, "Pal Joey" and numerous other B'way roles. I'm currently living in L.A. where I was a recurring guest star on the series "W.K.R.P. in Cincinnati". Favorite role - Vera Simpson in "Pal Joey" - I played a wealthy, predatory woman who kept "Joey" in the manner he would have liked to become accustomed!! This is all, only the tip of the iceberg!! Sincerely". Before she debuted on Broadway in Irving Berlin's musical Louisiana Purchase (1939), Carol Bruce (1919-2007) was a frequent radio and night club singer in the 1940s. Although she appeared in several films over the course of her decades-long career, Bruce preferred live performances. Her movies include American Gigolo (1980) and Planes, Trains & Automobiles (1987). She had recurring guest roles on the television shows Knots Landing (1979-1993) and WKRP in Cincinnati (1979-1982). Fine condition.
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