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EMIL SITKA - AUTOGRAPH NOTE UNSIGNED - HFSID 299725

EMIL SITKA His handwritten note in the margin of a photocopy of a local newspaper which pictures and quotes him about a worker's strike Autograph Note, unsigned: "Just a man on the street". 1 page, 5¼x6. Photocopy of the front page of the Camarillo Daily News, August 10, 1987.

Sale Price $144.00

Reg. $160.00

Condition: slightly creased, otherwise fine condition
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EMIL SITKA
His handwritten note in the margin of a photocopy of a local newspaper which pictures and quotes him about a worker's strike
Autograph Note, unsigned: "Just a man on the street". 1 page, 5¼x6. Photocopy of the front page of the Camarillo Daily News, August 10, 1987. He is pictured offering a negative opinion on a walkout of public employees, and referencing his work with the Three Stooges. Emil Sitka (1914-1998) was one of only two actors (the other being Harold Brauer) to work with all six of the Three Stooges. The character actor appeared in so many Three Stooges films that he was often called "the fourth Stooge." His most famous movie line, "Hold hands, you lovebirds!" comes from the Three Stooges short, Brideless Groom (1947). Altogether, Sitka appeared in over 400 films and TV shows, including 70 Three Stooges productions. Sitka, a regular at Three Stooges fan conventions, received frequent requests to repeat the line at fans' weddings. In retirement, Sitka continued to regale his neighbors in Leisure Village, Camarillo, California, with his comic antics on and off stage. Irregularly cut at edges. Slightly creased. Otherwise, fine condition.

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