CHARLES "ANDY" CORRELL - AUTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: BOBBY SHORT, GEOFFREY HOLDER, RAYMOND BURR, IDA LUPINO, MARY MARGARET McBRIDE, DON SHERWOOD, FRANKIE LAINE, GAYLORD A. NELSON, ABRAHAM A. RIBICOFF, CARY MIDDLECOFF, DARRYL HICKMAN, HOWARD DUFF - HFSID 175850
GUEST BOOK: RAYMOND BURR, HOWARD DUFF, IDA LUPINO, CHARLES CORRELL, BOBBY SHORT, GEOFFREY HOLDER, MARY MARGARET McBRIDE, DON SHERWOOD, FRANKIE LANE, GAYLORD NELSON, ABRAHAM A. RIBCOFF, CARY MIDDLECOFF,
Sale Price $680.00
GUEST BOOK: RAYMOND BURR, HOWARD DUFF, IDA LUPINO, CHARLES CORRELL, BOBBY SHORT, GEOFFREY HOLDER, MARY MARGARET McBRIDE, DON SHERWOOD, FRANKIE LANE, GAYLORD NELSON, ABRAHAM A. RIBCOFF, CARY MIDDLECOFF, and DARRYL HICKMAN
Restaurant guest book signed by actors, performers and politicians in the early 1960s
Signatures: "Hugh Montgomery 123 Pfeiffer St. S.F. Great!", "Raymond Burr, Hollywood Calif. Only Wonderful!", "Bobby Short New York City What can I say?", "Abe Ribicoff Governor of Connecticut Real special", "Chas J. Correll (Amos 'n Andy) Los Angeles, Cal Can't wait to get back!!!", "Frankie Laine Beverly Hills, Cal. Crazy Food-What a Sight", "Don Sherwood San Francisco For a beautiful City a beautiful place to dine-They go well together", "Cary Middlecoff Memphis, Tenn. Just Great", "Darryl Hickman Los Angeles Thank you", "Gaylord Nelson Madison, Wis" (Governor of Wisconsin), "Mary Margaret McBride West Shoken, New York Thank you for a wonderful dinner and a magnificent moon!", "Geoffrey Holder 164 W 88 St New York Thanks", "Ida Lupino 13211 Old Oak Lane Cal.", "Howard Duff Same Same" . 1 page front and verso, 12x14¾. Not dated, but circa 1959-1961. Thirteen unidentified signatures on verso merit further research. Restaurant's guest book featuring actors, performers and politicians including: RAYMOND BURR (1917-1993) starred as Los Angeles lawyer Perry Mason from 1957-1966 and then as San Francisco Chief of Detectives Robert T. Ironside from 1967-1975. He revived his lawyer role in a two-hour TV movie Perry Mason Returns in 1985. It was the second highest rated TV movie that season and led to three or four such films during each successive season (one was 1987's Paris Paradox) until Burr's death in 1993 at the age of 76. FRANKIE LANE (1913-2007), born Frank LoVecchio, was diverse, singing pop, jazz standards, country/western and devotional. His U.S. popularity was at its peak in the 1950s, when he recorded such hits as "Mule Train", "Hey, Good Lookin'", "I Believe" and the theme for the classic Western, High Noon. Laine remained popular in Europe much longer, touring there with much success. HOWARD DUFF (1913-1990), an army radio broadcaster during World War II, played detective Sam Spade on a radio series from 1946 to 1950. His movie career started well in a series of powerful films of the late 1940s: Brute Force, Naked City and All My Sons. He was adept at playing tough guys with a vulnerable spot. Duff met actress IDA LUPINO on the set of Woman in Hiding (1950), and they married the following year. The couple had their own TV comedy series, Mr. Adams and Eve (1957-1958), which included an hour-long linked episode with I Love Lucy(the couples on vacation together). Duff starred in his own short-lived series Dante (1960), and co-starred in Felony Squad(1966). He was a frequent TV guest star, including appearances on Bonanza and Twilight Zone. He had recurring roles on the prime time soaps Flamingo Road and Knot's Landing in the 1980s. He was Dustin Hoffman's attorney in Kramer vs Kramer(1979). Democrat GAYLORD A. NELSON (1916-2005) was Governor of Wisconsin from 1959-1962 and represented Wisconsin in the U.S. Senate from 1963-1981. He initiated Earth Day in 1970. In 1995, President Clinton awarded Nelson the Presidential Medal of Freedom. PLUS MANY MORE FAMOUS AUTOGRAPHS! Worn, nicked edges from removal from book. Torn at edges touching some letters. Creased, mid-horizontal fold. Shaded at edges, slightly soiled. Otherwise, fine condition.
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