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Both 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.

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Born: February 10, 1897 in Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Died: January 3, 1992 in Santa Barbara, California

Film Credits
1998 American Masters (Other), 1997 Great Romances of the 20th Century: Elizabeth Taylor and Richard (Other), 1995 The Celluloid Closet (Other), 1986 Impure Thoughts (Performer), 1984-1987 Santa Barbara (Performer), 1984 Star Trek III: The Search for Spock (Performer), 1983/I Medea (Performer), 1979 AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Alfred Hitchcock (in person), 1975 Inn of the Damned (Performer), 1974 The Underground Man (Performer), 1974 The Chinese Prime Minister (Performer), 1974 The 1974 Annual Entertainment Hall of Fame Awards (in person), 1973 The Borrowers (Performer), 1973 Matlock Police (Performer), 1970 The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (in person), 1970 The Dick Cavett Show (in person), 1970 A Man Called Horse (Performer), 1969 The File on Devlin (Performer), 1969 The David Frost Show (in person), 1969 Hollywood: The Selznick Years (Other), 1968 Elizabeth the Queen (Performer), 1964 The Ghost of Sierra de Cobre (Performer), 1962 The 16th Annual Tony Awards (in person), 1961 Why Bother to Knock (Performer), 1961 The 13th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (in person), 1960/III Macbeth (Performer), 1960 Cradle Song (Performer), 1960 Cinderfella (Performer), 1959 Wagon Train (Performer), 1959 The Moon and Sixpence (Performer), 1959 The 11th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (in person), 1959 Play of the Week (Performer), 1959 A Christmas Festival (Performer), 1958 The DuPont Show of the Month (Performer), 1958 Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Performer), 1957-1960 Playhouse 90 (Performer), 1956 The Ten Commandments (Performer), 1956 Producers' Showcase (Performer), 1956 Climax! (Performer), 1955-1956 The Star and the Story (Performer), 1954 The Motorola Television Hour (Performer), 1954 The Milton Berle Show (in person), 1954 The Elgin Hour (Performer), 1954 Macbeth (Performer), 1954 Light's Diamond Jubilee (in person), 1953 Salome (Performer), 1951-1966 The Ed Sullivan Show (in person), 1951 The Billy Rose Show (Performer), 1951 Somerset Maugham TV Theatre (Performer), 1951 Pulitzer Prize Playhouse (Performer), 1950 The Furies (Performer), 1950 Showtime, U.S.A. (in person), 1947 Tycoon (Performer), 1947 The Red House (Performer), 1947 Pursued (Performer), 1946 The Strange Love of Martha Ivers (Performer), 1946 The Diary of a Chambermaid (Performer), 1946 Specter of the Rose (Performer), 1945 And Then There Were None (Performer), 1944 Laura (Performer), 1943 Stage Door Canteen (in person), 1943 Edge of Darkness (Performer), 1942 Kings Row (Performer), 1941 Lady Scarface (Performer), 1941 Free and Easy (Performer), 1941 All Through the Night (Performer), 1940 Screen Snapshots Series 19, No. 5: Art and Artists (in person), 1940 Rebecca (Performer), 1940 Forty Little Mothers (Performer), 1933 Blood Money (Performer)

Theatre Credits
Medea - Performer (May 2, 1982 - June 27, 1982), Comes a Day - Performer (November 6, 1958 - November 29, 1958), In the Summer House - Performer (December 29, 1953 - February 13, 1954), John Brown's Body - Performer (February 14, 1953 - April 11, 1953), The Tower Beyond Tragedy - Performer (November 26, 1950 - December 22, 1950), Medea - Performer (May 2, 1949 - May 21, 1949), Medea - Performer (October 20, 1947 - May 15, 1948), The Three Sisters - Performer (December 21, 1942 - April 3, 1943), #tcbgn#Macbeth - Performer#tidbgn#3494#tidend##tcend# - Production (November 11, 1941 - February 28, 1942), Family Portrait - Performer (March 8, 1939 - June 1939), Hamlet - Performer (October 8, 1936 - Closing date unknown), The Old Maid - Performer (January 7, 1935 - September 1935), Divided By Three - Performer (October 2, 1934 - October 1934), Come of Age - Performer (January 12, 1934 - February 10, 1934), The Mask and the Face - Performer (May 8, 1933 - June 1933), Conquest - Performer (February 18, 1933 - February 1933), Firebird - Performer (November 21, 1932 - December 1932), Mourning Becomes Electra - Performer (May 9, 1932 - May 1932), As You Desire Me - Performer (January 28, 1931 - June 1931), Anna - Performer (May 15, 1928 - June 1928), Behold the Bridegroom - Performer (December 26, 1927 - March 1928), The Dove - Performer (August 24, 1925 - October 1925), The Dove - Performer (February 11, 1925 - May 10, 1925), Cobra - Performer (April 22, 1924 - June 1924), Peter Weston - Performer (September 18, 1923 - October 1923), The Drums b_egin - Performer (November 24, 1933 - December 1933)

Born: July 23, 1925 in Los Angeles, California
Died: July 30, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada

Film Credits
2012 Lucy Moves to NBC: A Remembrance (Other), 2012 Betty White's 90th Birthday: A Tribute to America's Golden Girl (Other), 2009 Hollywood Singing and Dancing: A Musical History - The 1940s: (Other), 2004 Through the Keyhole (in person), 2004 The Masters Behind the Musicals (in person), 2000 Touched by an Angel (Performer), 1998 Classified X (Other), 1997 Out to Sea (Performer), 1995 The Buick Berle Show, 1954 (Other), 1995 The 9th Annual Genesis Awards (in person), 1994 That's Entertainment! III Behind the Screen (in person), 1994 That's Entertainment! III (Other), 1994 That's Entertainment! III (Sound), 1994 Outlaws: The Legend of O.B. Taggart (Performer), 1992 Vicki! (in person), 1991 The Fifth Annual Genesis Awards (in person), 1990 The Geraldo Rivera Show (in person), 1990 Ladies on Sweet Street (Performer), 1988 Going Hollywood: The War Years (in person), 1987-1989 Murder, She Wrote (Performer), 1987 Highway to Heaven (Performer), 1985 That's Dancing! (Other), 1985 Family Feud (in person), 1985 All-Star Party for 'Dutch' Reagan (in person), 1984 Pigs vs. Freaks (Performer), 1983-1986 The Love Boat (Performer), 1983 Mama's Family (Performer), 1983 Falcon Crest (Performer), 1983 Bog (Performer), 1982 Hart to Hart (Performer), 1981 Darkroom (Performer), 1980 Lucy Moves to NBC (in person), 1980 Hello, Larry (Performer), 1980 B.J. and the Bear (Performer), 1979 The Misadventures of Sheriff Lobo (Performer), 1979 Delta House (Performer), 1978-1982 Fantasy Island (Performer), 1978 The Ted Knight Show (Performer), 1978 The Eddie Capra Mysteries (Performer), 1978 Police Story (Performer), 1978 Gene Kelly: An American in Pasadena (in person), 1978 Evening in Byzantium (Performer), 1977 Sharon: Portrait of a Mistress (Performer), 1977 Quincy M.E. (Performer), 1976 Won Ton Ton: The Dog Who Saved Hollywood (Performer), 1976 Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman (Performer), 1976 Banjo Hackett: Roamin' Free (Performer), 1975-1985 Ryan's Hope (Performer), 1975 Who Is the Black Dahlia (Performer), 1975 Movin' On (Performer), 1975 Match Game 73 (in person), 1974 That's Entertainment! (Other), 1974 Nakia (Performer), 1974 Gunsmoke (Performer), 1973 Owen Marshall, Counselor at Law (Performer), 1973 Marcus Welby, M.D. (Performer), 1972 Wednesday Night Out (Performer), 1972 The Movie Game (in person), 1972 The Jimmy Stewart Show (Performer), 1972 Call Her Mom (Performer), 1971 This Is Your Life (in person), 1970 The David Frost Show (in person), 1967-1968 The Mike Douglas Show (in person), 1967 P.D.Q. (in person), 1967 Mannix (Performer), 1967 Flipper (Performer), 1966 The Bell Telephone Hour (in person), 1965 Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine (in person), 1965 ABC's Nightlife (in person), 1964 You Don't Say (in person), 1964 Burke's Law (Performer), 1963 The Lloyd Bridges Show (Performer), 1962-1973 The Merv Griffin Show (in person), 1962 The Wakey Wakey Tavern (in person), 1962 The United States Steel Hour (Performer), 1962 The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (in person), 1961 The Defenders (Performer), 1961 Showtime (in person), 1961 Adventures in Paradise (Performer), 1960 Wagon Train (Performer), 1960 The Mickey Rooney Show (in person), 1960 The Jack Paar Tonight Show (in person), 1960 The Arthur Murray Special for Bob Hope (in person), 1959-1960 The Arthur Murray Party (in person), 1959 The Rifleman (Performer), 1959 The Further Adventures of Ellery Queen (Performer), 1959 The Dick Clark Show (in person), 1959 Johnny Ringo (Performer), 1957 The Guy Mitchell Show (in person), 1957 Producers' Showcase (Performer), 1957 Mr. Broadway (Performer), 1956-1966 As the World Turns (Performer), 1956 The NBC Comedy Hour (in person), 1956 The George Gobel Show (in person), 1956 Robert Montgomery Presents (Performer), 1955 The Girl Rush (Performer), 1955 So This Is Paris (Performer), 1955 Music 55 (in person), 1955 Make the Connection (in person), 1955 Frankie Laine Time (in person), 1955 Appointment with Adventure (Performer), 1954 The Red Skelton Hour (in person), 1954 The Bob Hope Show (in person), 1954 Red Skelton Revue (Performer), 1953-1954 The Colgate Comedy Hour (in person), 1953 The Name's the Same (in person), 1953 Down Among the Sheltering Palms (Performer), 1953 All Star Revue (Performer), 1952-1956 The Ed Sullivan Show (in person), 1951-1955 The Milton Berle Show (in person), 1951 Two Tickets to Broadway (Performer), 1951 The Alan Young Show (Performer), 1951 Musical Comedy Time (Performer), 1950 Three Little Words (Performer), 1950 The Yellow Cab Man (Performer), 1950 The Saturday Night Revue with Jack Carter (in person), 1950 The Ed Wynn Show (in person), 1950 The Alan Young Show (in person), 1950 Summer Stock (Performer), 1950 Star of the Family (in person), 1950 I'll Get By (Performer), 1950 Cavalcade of Stars (in person), 1949 Yes Sir, That's My Baby (Performer), 1949 The Doctor and the Girl (Performer), 1949 Some of the Best: Twenty-Five Years of Motion Picture Leadership (in person), 1949 Scene of the Crime (Performer), 1948 Summer Holiday (Performer), 1945 The Thin Man Goes Home (Performer), 1945 Between Two Women (Performer), 1944 Two Girls and a Sailor (Performer), 1944 Step Lively (Performer), 1944 Broadway Rhythm (Performer), 1943 Thousands Cheer (in person), 1943 Best Foot Forward (Performer), 1941 Two-Faced Woman (Performer), 1941 The Penalty (Performer), 1940 Susan and God (Performer), 1940 Keeping Company (Performer), 1936 Modern Times (Performer)

Theatre Credits
Seventh Heaven - Performer (May 26, 1955 - July 2, 1955)

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