DOROTHY GRANGER - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED - HFSID 208778
Sale Price $126.00
DOROTHY GRANGERThe actress and comedienne pens a note to a fan on this 5x3 card. Extremely Rare! Autograph Note signed: “To Fred:/ Sincerely/ Dorothy Granger”, in black ink, 5x3. Dorothy Granger (1912-1995) was an actress known for her skilled comedic performances. Certain that his daughter had what it took to make it in Hollywood, Granger's father took her to visit producer Hal Roach, who was at the time looking for actors for his comedy series, The Boy Friends (1930-1932). Roach was impressed, and, after placing her under contract, Granger was on her way to becoming a charter member of the two-reel-comedy community. She began appearing opposite many major comedians. Some of her notable credits include the following: Hog Wild (1930) with Laurel & Hardy, The Dentist (1932) featuring W.C. Fields, and Punch Drunks and Termites (1938) starring The Three Stooges. In addition to the many two-reels and shorts she appeared in, Granger had snagged parts in several feature films, including North to the Klondike (1942), Sunset in El Dorado (1945), and Dick Tracy vs. Cueball (1946). She was on a whole host of television shows during the 1950s, including The Abbott and Costello Show. In the early sixties she retired from acting and helped her husband run an upholstery shop. Pen note on verso. Lightly toned. Otherwise, fine condition.
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