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DARRYL HICKMAN - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED 1/26 - HFSID 19807

DARRYL HICKMAN Darryl Hickman writes a note to a fan explaining that he does not have any more photographs to give out. Autograph Note signed: "Darryl Hickman", 1p, 8½x11. Boston, Massachusetts, no year January 26. To: "Dear Mr.

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DARRYL HICKMAN
Darryl Hickman writes a note to a fan explaining that he does not have any more photographs to give out.
Autograph Note signed: "Darryl Hickman", 1p, 8½x11. Boston, Massachusetts, no year January 26. To: "Dear Mr. Manski" In full: "Sorry- but I ran out of photos on the tour. But I did want to thank you for your charming note. Sincerely" Fold creases through "H" of Hickman. Fine condition. Included unsigned book photograph b/w 6x5 depicting a scene from the movie The Human Comedy. Fine condition. Darryl Hickman, born in Hollywood, California in 1931, is an American actor with almost 130 movies and TV shows to his credit. He was discovered when he was three and joined the children's troupe Meglin's Kiddies. His first movie role was an un-credited part in 1938's If I Were King, with his first starring role in 1940's The Glamour Boy. He often played the child roles of adult characters during the 1940s, including young Ira Gershwin in Rhapsody in Blue and young Eddie Rickenbacker in Captain Eddie, both released in 1945. His first mature role wasn't until 1949, as Clark Gable's son in Any Number Can Play; some of his better roles after this were in Tea and Sympathy (1956) and TV's The Americans (1961). Hickman concentrated on TV after Tea and Sympathy and had guest star roles in numerous TV shows, eventually becoming a CBS executive. Two items.

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