CONRAD NAGEL - AUTOGRAPH CIRCA 1934 - HFSID 22594
Sale Price $81.00
The actor's signature on an album leaf
Signature: "Conrad Nagel", 6x4¼ album leaf. Pencil note (unknown hand) at lower edge: "Sept. 25, 1934". A stage actor since 1914, ConradNagel (1897-1970, born in Keokuk, Iowa) made his film debut in 1918 and became one of the top matinee idols of the silent screen. His feature film credits include Little Women (1918), Quality Street (1927), All That Heaven Allows (1956) and The Man Who Understood Women (1959, his last film). He also hosted TV's The Silver Theatre (1949) and Conrad Nagel Theatre (1955). One of the 36 founders of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (and its President from October 1931 to April 1933), Nagel received a special Academy Award for his work on the Motion Picture Relief Fund in 1939. Slightly soiled. Binder holes at left edge. Otherwise, fine condition.
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