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CAROLYN JONES - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: LORI NELSON - HFSID 25495

CAROLYN JONES and LORI NELSON The famous actress pen their autograph on this 7x4½ piece of paper, in blue ink  Autograph Note Signed: To George/And the beginning/of a good friendship!

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CAROLYN JONES and LORI NELSON
The famous actress pen their autograph on this 7x4½ piece of paper, in blue ink
 Autograph Note Signed: To George/And the beginning/of a good friendship!/Carolyn Jones" and on verso "Your [missing]/to - [missing]/Best Always/Lori Nelson". 7x4½. CAROLYN JONES (1929-1983) is perhaps best known for her role as macabre matriarch Morticia Addams on The Addams Family, which was televised on ABC from 1964-1966. She had received an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress in 1957 for her five-minute appearance in The Bachelor Party and was the memorable bongo-playing girlfriend of Frank Sinatra in Frank Capra's A Hole in the Head (1959). Jones, who also appeared in a number of made-for-TV movies, including an Addams Family reunion film, died of cancer in 1983 at the age of 54. LORI NELSON (b. 1933) began acting at the age of 2 in local theatre productions, and by the age of five had won the title of Little Miss America, after which she took up modeling. It was in 1950 that Nelson signed a 7-year contract with Universal-International and appeared in many movies including Bend of the River (1952), Revenge of the Creature (1955), and Hot Rod Girl (1956). She is also well0known for her role in the 1957 sitcom How to Marry a Millionaire. She also had guest roles on Wagon Train, Tales of Wells Fargo, The Tab Hunter Show, Bachelor Father, and Armstrong Circle Theatre; after taking a ten-year break from acting in 1961 she returned with a guest role in Family Affair in 1971 and since then, Lori has worked sporadically. She made only three on-screen appearances in the 1990s, including a role in the 1998 direct-to-video release Mom, Can I Keep Her?. Nelson also appears in the movie Revenge of the Creature's sequel The Naked Monster (2005), her last role to date. After her film career, she became a successful cosmetics manufacturer.  Nelson's inscription has been scissored off. Irregularly cut.Newspaper clipping affixed at lower left corner, newspaper photo, b/w, 1x1¼, affixed at upper right corner. Otherwise, fine condition.
 

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