CHESTER CONKLIN - INSCRIBED MAGAZINE SIGNED 04/18/1940 - HFSID 269382
Sale Price $850.00
CHESTER CONKLIN. Magazine inscribed and signed: "To Mrs Kaly./Sincerely/Chester Conklin/April-18-1940" on cover picturing him, 36p, 8x11¼. Film Fun magazine, September 1916. Conklin portrait is captioned: "Do I Hear a Laugh?" Beginning his career in 1913 as a Keystone Kop for Mack Sennett, Chester Conklin (1888-1971), with his trademark walrus moustache, teamed up with Charlie Chaplin, Mack Swain, Mabel Normand and W.C. Fields in their early comedies. He appeared in 20 films with Chaplin including Chaplin's first with Keystone, Making A Living (1914). He later gave a memorable performance in Modern Times (1936) as Chaplin's mechanic boss and had a small role as barber Chaplin's customer in The Great Dictator, released October 15, 1940, just six months after Conklin signed this magazine. Cover lightly soiled and slightly worn at edges. Otherwise, fine condition.
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