ED McMAHON - AUTOGRAPHED INSCRIBED PHOTOGRAPH - HFSID 341759
ED McMAHON Photograph of the announcer and television host in a bowtie and suit, signed to a fan in red felt tip (6½x8¼) Inscribed photograph signed: "For/Sheila/Ed McMahon", in red felt tip, Sepia toned 6½x8¼.
Sale Price $144.00
Photograph of the announcer and television host in a bowtie and suit, signed to a fan in red felt tip (6½x8¼)
Inscribed photograph signed: "For/Sheila/Ed McMahon", in red felt tip, Sepia toned 6½x8¼. Ed McMahon (1923-2009), who previously worked with Johnny Carson on the TV quiz show Who Do You Trust? (1958-1962), then served as Carson's announcer on The Tonight Show (1962-1992), with his famous introductory line, "Heerre's ... Johnny". McMahon hosted other TV quiz and variety programs, including the talent contest Star Search (1983-1995). He is perhaps equally famous for being a spokesman for the Publishers' Clearinghouse contest. Corners and edges lightly worn. Edges irregularly cut. Light surface creases. Otherwise, fine condition.
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