EZRA STONE - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED - HFSID 79341
Sale Price $144.00
Stone writes his "Best" to a fan
Autograph Note Signed: "Best to Kayo/Sincerely/Ezra Stone/'Henry'/et", 4¼x2¾ card. Actor, producer, director, writer and lecturer Ezra Stone(1917-1994), born Ezra Chaim Feinstone, was best known for his role as adolescent Henry Aldrich, whom he introduced on the stage and radio. He had won the stage role in 1938, and Stone began playing Henry on radio in 1939, being heard as the character for 13 years. By 1941, The Aldrich Family was rated among the Top Ten radio shows, alongside the popular shows of Jack Benny and Bob Hope. A veteran of WWII, Stone played himself, Sergeant Ezra Stone in the 1943 film, This is the Army. Although he was seen in several other films as well as TV shows and made-for-TV movies, Stone found his greatest success "behind the scenes" during the "Golden Age" of television, writing sketches for some of TV funniest comedians, including Danny Thomas and Milton Berle, and Stone, and directing a number of TV sitcomsand Broadway productions. Fine condition.
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