DON CASTLE - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED CIRCA 1947 CO-SIGNED BY: ROGER DANN - HFSID 19265
DON CASTLE and ROGER DANN Extremely rare signatures from the two actors, circa 1947 Autograph note signed: "To Don,/Best of luck -/Don Castle", on verso: "Pour Don/[illegible]/Roger Dann" , in blue ink, 5½x4¼. Unknown signature on verso.
Sale Price $288.00
DON CASTLE and ROGER DANN
Extremely rare signatures from the two actors, circa 1947
Autograph note signed: "To Don,/Best of luck -/Don Castle", on verso: "Pour Don/[illegible]/Roger Dann" , in blue ink, 5½x4¼. Unknown signature on verso. American actor Don Castle (1917-1966) began his career as a minor actor in several films and television series, primarily in the 1940's. He made his debut in Love Finds Andy Hardy (1938), with other acting credits including Susan and God (1940), Tombstone: The Town Too Tough to Die (1942), and Motor Patrol (1950). He found more success as a television producer, working as an associate producer on 63 episodes of the series Lassie. However, his life was cut short from a medication overdose following a serious car accident. ROGER DANN (1911-2000) ws a French film actor, debuting in the 1931 film Alone. A selective actor, Dann only appeared in 22 productions in his film career, including films Dream Castle (1934), I Confess (1953), and Two for the Road (1967). He also appeared in two Broadway productions: The Happy Time (1950) and The Prescott Proposals (1953). Toned. Frayed and torn on right edge. Ink notes (unknown hand). Small ink stain on bottom edge. Otherwise, fine condition.
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