DENISE DARCEL - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED - HFSID 19402
Sale Price $252.00
The cabaret dancer pens "Best Wishes" on this 4¼x3 card for a fan
Autograph Note Signed: "To Kayo/Best Wishes/Denis Darcel". 4¼x3 card with 1¼x2¾ magazine photo affixed to left edge - two surfaces. Darcel, born Denise Billecard in Paris, France in 1925, was a cabaret dancer before being signed for an uncredited appearance in To The Victor (1948). This was the first of 15 movies and TV shows that the exotic-looking Darcel appeared in, including the only credited female role in Battleground (1949) and in 1950's Tarzan and the Slave Girl, which is possibly more well-known for its leggy publicity shots and poses than for its acting or writing. She also starred in the Broadway revue Pardon Our French (1950-1951, 100 performances). Her film career was brief, though, and she virtually retired from films after 1954's Vera Cruz to return to the nightclub circuit, with occasional guest star roles and appearances on talk shows after that. Pencil notes (unknown hand) on verso. Fine condition.
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