EDIT ANGOLD - AUTOGRAPH NOTE ON PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED 1951 - HFSID 296125
Sale Price $252.00
Informative ALS to a fan, listing some film credits, written on front and verso of a card bearing her photo
Autograph Note on Photograph signed: "Edit Angold". B/w, 5½x3¾. Also initialed: "E. A." To Martin Montheimer, in full: "With all best wishes. Kind regards! [signature] Hollywood 1951" and on verso: "Thank you for your nice letter. I enjoyed reading it. Hope to meet you when I am in the East in Fall, maybe in a play. If you like to see me in some other pictures, watch for: The Great Caruso, Ringside, Unclaimed Cargo, Molly. I do some television, but hope to do more in New York. Greetings!". German stage and screen actress Edit Angold (1895-1971), sometimes billed as Edith, alternated between roles in the US and Germany until she moved permanently to the US in 1932. She played supporting parts, playing a German woman. She made 5 Broadway appearances between 1935 and 1944, concluding with Tomorrow the World (1944). She made 22 films, including the four she has listed in her note, and made numerous TV appearances in the 1950s and early 1960s, including four appearances on Alfred Hitchcock. Ink lightly smudged (legible). Otheriwise, fine condition.
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