DENNIS DAY - ORIGINAL ART SIGNED CIRCA 1941 CO-SIGNED BY: DOROTHY A. AHRENS - HFSID 155461
Sale Price $288.00
DENNIS DAY and DOROTHY A. AHRENS
Signed 11x14 pencil drawing from 1941 of Day by Ahrens, who sketched many popular 1940s singers
Original art signed: "Success & Best Wishes/To Dorothea/Dennis Day" and "D.A. Ahrens", 11x14 overall, drawing 5¼x8 (one surface). New York-born Irish tenor DENNIS DAY (1916-1988), hosted his own radio show from 1946 to 1954. For 25 years, he was closely linked with Jack Benny in films, radio and television and was famous for his trademark phrase "Gee, Mr. Benny." Day also sang for animated films, including Johnny Appleseed (1948), and appeared in a number of feature films, including Buck Benny Rides Again (1940, his debut), Music in Manhattan (1944), I'll Get By (1950) and Won Ton Ton, the Dog Who Saved Hollywood (1976). DOROTHY A. AHRENS sketched many popular musical talents of the 1940s, including Skitch Henderson, Ted Lewis and Kate Smith, then invited them to autograph her art. Lightly toned and creased. Light creases in corners. Paper clip and other impressions on and near upper edge. Otherwise, fine condition.
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