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DUGGIE WAKEFIELD - AUTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: BARRY K. BARNES, DIANA CHURCHILL - HFSID 85587

Signature from Wakefield affixed to an album leaf, with husband and wife acting duo Barry K. Barnes and Diana Churchill signing on verso. Extremely rare! Signature: "Duggie Wakefield", "Diana Churchill/1941", "Barry K. Barnes/1941", 6½x5¼.

Price: $180.00

Condition: Slightly soiled, otherwise fine condition
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DUGGIE WAKFIELD, BARRY K. BARNES, and DIANA CHURCHILL
Signature from Wakefield affixed to an album leaf, with husband and wife acting duo Barry K. Barnes and Diana Churchill signing on verso. Extremely rare!
Signature: "Duggie Wakefield", "Diana Churchill/1941", "Barry K. Barnes/1941", 6½x5¼. Comedian DUGGIE WAKEFIELD (1899-1951) appeared in a number of British films and shorts of the 1930s, including This Week of Grace(1933),The Caretaker's Daughter (1934), and Calling All Crooks (1938). Previously a music hall star and variety performer, Wakefield ultimately returned to the stage after his movies proved unsuccessful. Actress DIANA CHURCHILL (1913-1994) began as a stage actress but had more success as a film actress, appearing in films like Foreign Affaires (1935), Jane Steps Out (1938), and Scott of the Antarctic (1948). She began appearing in television in the late 1950's, but by the end of the 1960's had mostly retired from acting. She was married to actor Barry K. Barnes from 1938 to 1965. British actor BARRY K. BARNES (1906-1965) was trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts, appearing on stage in London from 1927 to 1936, after which he began a career in film. He worked exclusively in film for 10 years, though only appearing in 17 movies throughout those years. He is best remembered for his role in the 1937 Return of the Scarlet Pimpernel, though he had another popular role in the comedy mystery This Man is News (1938). Light surface creases. Unsigned newspaper clippings affixed beneath Wakefield's signature. Slightly toned. Left edge notched and frayed. Slightly soiled. Otherwise, fine condition.

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