DAME JUDITH ANDERSON - AUTOGRAPH SENTIMENT SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: GLORIA DEHAVEN - HFSID 24610
Sale Price $270.00
JUDITH ANDERSON and GLORIA DeHAVENBoth pen their signatures and sentiments to TV/Radio host George Sanders Autograph Sentiment signed: "All good wishes/Sincerely/Judith Anderson" and, on verso, inscribed signature: "To George/Wonderful seeing/an old L.A. buddy./The show was such fun./Fondly/Gloria De Haven", 2p, 7¾x10, front and verso. Captioned magazine photograph of Anderson affixed at right margin beneath signature, captioned magazine photograph of De Haven affixed at center margin beneath signature. Australian-born stage, screen and television actress JUDITH ANDERSON (1897-1992), born Frances Margaret Anderson, was an acclaimed Shakespearean actress often cast in villainous roles. She was nominated for the Best Supporting Actress Academy Award for her role as Mrs. Danvers, the obsessed housekeeper in the 1940 Hitchcock film, Rebecca. Her other film roles included the wicked stepmother of Jerry Lewis (Cinderfella, 1960), a Sioux matriarch (A Man Called Horse, 1970) and a Vulcan priestess (Star Trek III, 1984). Anderson, who made her television debut in 1951 (Pulitzer Prize Playhouse), appeared in a number of early TV anthology series, and she had guest starring roles on such series as Hallmark Hall of Fame (six episodes from 1954-1969) and Santa Barbara (recurring role as Minx Lockridge, 1984-1987). Anderson was named Dame Commander of the British Empire by Queen Elizabeth II in 1960. GLORIA DeHAVEN (1925-2016), who made her screen debut as Paulette Goddard's little sister in Charlie Chaplin's Modern Times (1936), was a band vocalist in a number of film musicals, including Best Foot Forward (1943) and Summer Holiday (1948). In the 1950s, she was paired with such stars as William Powell and Red Skelton. When the popularity of the musicals waned, De Haven remained active as a nightclub and summer stock performer, and she made several guest appearances on television. De Haven returned to films opposite Walter Matthau in Out To Sea (1997). George R. Sanders, originally a disc jockey, became a prominent radio/TV interview host, first in Los Angeles and later in Portland. Slightly creased. Light stain from unknown item touches two words of Anderson's writing. Minor show through of Anderson's writing at De Haven's writing. Slightly soiled. Irregular left edge from removal from bound book. Otherwise, fine condition.
Following offer submission users will be contacted at their account email address within 48 hours. Our response will be to accept your offer, decline your offer or send you a final counteroffer. All offers can be viewed from within the "Document Offers" area of your HistoryForSale account. Please review the Make Offer Terms prior to making an offer.
If you have not received an offer acceptance or counter-offer email within 24-hours please check your spam/junk email folder.