EDDIE CANTOR - AUTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: HENRY O'NEILL, DICK POWELL, ROY ROGERS - HFSID 54411
EDDIE CANTOR, DICK POWELL, ROY ROGERS and HENRY O'NEILL Eddie Cantor, Dick Powell, Roy Rogers, and Henry O'Neill sign a sheet from the Hollywood Canteen. Signatures: "Eddie/Cantor", "Henry O'Neill", "Dick Powell" and "Roy Rogers", 4¼x5½ sheet.
Sale Price $180.00
EDDIE CANTOR, DICK POWELL, ROY ROGERS and HENRY O'NEILL
Eddie Cantor, Dick Powell, Roy Rogers, and Henry O'Neill sign a sheet from the Hollywood Canteen.
Signatures: "Eddie/Cantor", "Henry O'Neill", "Dick Powell" and "Roy Rogers", 4¼x5½ sheet. Imprinted: "Hollywood Canteen/Autographs". Energetic singer-comedian EDDIE CANTOR (1892-1964) moved from vaudeville tours to the Ziegfeld Follies, where his singing career took off with popular songs of the 1920s, including "If You Knew Susie", "Makin' Whoopee" and "Ida". A star in many big budget musical comedy films of the 1930s, Cantor was a popular radio star of the 1940s and hosted a TV variety show in 1955. Actor, vocalist, instrumentalist, director, producer and occasional emcee DICK POWELL (1904-1963), who began his career on the big screen in 1931, appeared in a number of feature films, including 42nd Street (1933), Stage Struck (1967), Mrs. Mike (1949) and Susan Slept Here (1954). The founder and President of Four Star Television, a prosperous TV production company, Powell was married to actresses Joan Blondell (with whom he appeared in two films) and June Allyson. ROY ROGERS (1911-1998), born Leonard Slye, formed the Sons of the Pioneers and was appearing in Westerns from 1935. By the early 1940s, he had succeeded Gene Autry as "King of the Cowboys". Rogers later starred in The Roy Rogers Show (1951-1957) with his wife, Dale Evans (whom he married in 1947), horse, Trigger, and dog, Bullet. Stage actor HENRY O'NEILL (1891-1961) made his film debut in 1930, appearing in a long list of films, including Madame Du Barry (1934), Jezebel (1938), Brother Rat (1938), Santa Fe Trail (1940), The Virginian (1946) and The Wings of Eagles (1957, his last film). Lightly creased and soiled. Overall, fine condition.
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