ESTELLE TAYLOR - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: PATTI MOORE, UKIE SHERIN - HFSID 26139
ESTELLE TAYLOR, CO-SIGNED BY: UKIE SHERIN, PATTI MOORE Actors Taylor, Sherin and Moore also signed this sheet of paper, which includes small b/w magazine photographs of all three actors. Autograph notes
Sale Price $252.00
ESTELLE TAYLOR, CO-SIGNED BY: UKIE SHERIN, PATTI MOORE
Actors Taylor, Sherin and Moore also signed this sheet of paper, which includes small b/w magazine photographs of all three actors.
Autograph notes signed "Hi George/and thanks for/-all the bouquets-/-Love/Patti Moore" in blue ink, "George,/Please save this space for me when I know you better/Estelle Taylor" in black ink and, on verso, "Hi George-/Just to be different/Ukie Sherin" in blue ink. Sherin signed the second line of his signature upside-down - just to be different. With notations in blue ink under Sherin's signature in unknown hand. 7¾x10, front and verso. This page has small b/w magazine photographs of Taylor, Moore and Sherin affixed to it. Exotically beautiful TAYLOR (1899-1958, born Estelle Boylan in Wilmington, Delaware) began her show business career as a Broadway chorus dancer before debuting in films (While New York Sleeps, 1920). She appeared in the silents The Ten Commandments (as Miriam, 1923) and gave a wry performance of Lucrezia Borgia in 1926's Don Juan before moving easily to "talkies". Taylor starred in such feature films as Cimarron (1931) and Call Her Savage (1932) before retiring in the 1930s. The actress, who also made news as the wife (1925-1931) of boxing champ Jack Dempsey, made her last film appearance in 1945 in The Southerner. MOORE was an actress who appeared in an episode of Make Room for Daddy in 1953. SHERIN (1909-1981, born Leo Sherin in New York City) was an American actor, writer, pianist and singer. He has acting credits in four movies and writing credits in two others, including the horror/comedy movie Bela Lugosi Meets a Brooklyn Gorilla (1952). Sherin also wrote for and performed on Bing Crosby's Kraft Music Hall (1943-1944) and was a friend of Jack Ruby, who shot Lee Harvey Oswald after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Lightly toned and creased. All signatures have light show-through or impressions on opposite side of page. Adhesive residue near photo of Taylor. Page has been lightly discolored by adhesive on photos and from photos on other pages. Page has been neatly torn from an album or pad. Otherwise in fine condition.
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