EDGAR KENNEDY - AUTOGRAPH - HFSID 252137
Sale Price $216.00
Postal Telegraph form signed by "Mr. Average Man" in pencil. Mounted to a white card.
Signature: "Edgar Kennedy" in pencil. 8x6¼ telegraph form mounted to a 10x8 sheet of white cardstock. Postal Telegraph form. 8x10. Edgar Kennedy (1890-1948) broke into silent films in 1914, often cast as a villain in Mack Sennett comedies. He later excelled in other comic roles, co-starring with Laurel and Hardy, Our Gang and, in his last picture (Unfaithfully Yours, 1948) with Doris Day. He made over 100 two-reelers for RKO studios, known collectively as his "Mr. Average Man" comedies. In these he played the long-suffering husband, a prototype of so many future TV sitcoms. Kennedy died of throat cancer one day before a Hollywood testimonial dinner was scheduled in his honor. Lightly toned, stained and creased. Form has irregular top and right edges. Folded once and unfolded. Light nick at bottom edge along fold. Otherwise in fine condition.
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