DENNIS O'KEEFE - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED - HFSID 22626
Sale Price $180.00
DENNIS O'KEEFEThe actor writes note to radio/TV host George Sanders Autograph Note signed: "To/George/With All My Best/'Come on back home'/Dennis O'Keefe", in black ink, 6¾x9¼ album leaf with 3½x1¼ newspaper clipping at lower right corner. Dennis O'Keefe (1908-1968, born Edward Vance Flanagan in Fort Madison, Iowa) was an American actor with over 240 movies and TV shows to his credit, many of them as an extra. He began appearing on stage with his vaudevillian parents while still a toddler and, by 16, was writing scripts for Our Gang shorts. He first appeared on the silver screen as an extra in 1930's Check and Double Check, as a party guest, but wouldn't land his first starring until 1938 and over 150 movies later, as Tommy Bradford in Hold that Kiss. A tall, lithe and rugged actor, he was cast in numerous light action films and comedies in the 1940s, moving on to tough guy parts later. He moved to TV in the 1950s and starred in his own TV series, The Dennis O'Keefe Show (1959-1960). Left edges ragged from previous binding. Ink note (unknown hand) at lower right corner. Lightly toned at edges. Otherwise, fine condition.
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