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Autographs from people credited in 1978 The 50th Annual Academy Awards

  • JACK ALBERTSON. ALS: "Jack Albertson", 1p, 4x6. No place, no date. To "Dear Peggy". In full: "Since we are on hiatus at this time, and Freddie and I are busily employed individually - we do not see one another often. I suggest you send this on to him at N.B.C. Best Wishes".

    Sale Price $162.00

    $180.00

  • JACK ALBERTSON The actor signs a handwritten note to radio/TV interview host George Sanders Autograph note signed: "To George/All The Best/Jack Albertson", 5x8. Dated by Albertson: "1-12-78".

    Sale Price $144.00

    $160.00

  • JACK ALBERTSON Black and white photograph signed to the "Anaheim hills fan club" Photograph inscribed and signed: "To the Anaheim/Hills Fan Club/I am honored/Jack Albertson". B/w, 8x10.

    Sale Price $90.00

    $100.00

  • JACK ALBERTSON Youthful publicity photograph signed "With my best wishes" Photograph signed: "With my very best wishes/Jack Albertson/'Red Mill' 'Make Mine Manhattan'". B/w, 8x10. Both The Red Mill and Make Mine Manhattan were plays in which Albertson appeared.

    Sale Price $126.00

    $140.00

  • JACK ALBERTSON. Photograph signed: "Jack Albertson". B/w, 9¼x7. Shown with singer Steve Lawrence (who did not sign) on an episode of The Sonny and Cher Show (November 14, 1976). Typed transmittal sheet from CBS describing the episode affixed to verso.

    Sale Price $90.00

    $100.00

  • JACK ALBERTSON The actor shown with arms crossed leaning on a chair, wearing a hound's-tooth patterned sports jacket Photograph Signed: "Jack Albertson", B/w 8x10.Stage, screen and television

    Sale Price $180.00

    $200.00

  • JACK ALBERTSON The actor endorses a check on April 16, 1975 Check endorsed: "Jack Albertson", 7½x3½. Los Angeles, California, 1975 April 16. Check No. P3187, drawn on the account of The Wolper Organization, Inc. at Union Bank, Torrance, California, payable to Jack Albertson for $1,309.13.

    Sale Price $108.00

    $120.00

  • JACK ALBERTSON and JAMES KOMACK Jack Albertson and James Komack sign a check. Partly printed check signed: "James Komack" as producer and endorsed "Jack Albertson" on verso as co-star, 8¼x3¼. Los Angeles, 1974 July 24.

    Sale Price $288.00

    $320.00

  • JACK ALBERTSON Jack Albertson signs a document to perform on a television broadcast of the U.S. Royal Showcase, at the Winter Garden Theatre. Document signed: "Jack Albertson" on front, 1p front and verso, 8½x11. New York, New York, 1952 February 26.

    Sale Price $573.75

    $675.00

  • JACK ALBERTSON The actor signs on a 5x3 card for a fan Inscribed signature: "To Al/Jack Albertson", 5x3 card. Stage, screen and television actor Jack Albertson (1907-1981), who began his career in vaudeville and burlesque, is one of only three actors to have won a Tony Award, an Academy Award and an Emmy Award.

    Sale Price $81.00

    $90.00

  • JACK ALBERTSON The actor draws and signs a self-caricature on a 5x3 orange card Self-Caricature signed: "Jack Albertson", 5x3 card. At upper right margin, Albertson has drawn his profile.

    Sale Price $198.00

    $220.00

  • JACK ALBERTSON. TLS: "Jack Albertson", 1p, 8½x11. Los Angeles, California, 1972 October 18. To John D. Buchanan, Agincourt, Ontario, Canada. In full: "It was nice of you to write and express your interest in me and my career. You will find enclosed an autographed photo.

    Sale Price $180.00

    $200.00

  • TIM CONWAY CELEBRITY GOLF BENEFIT Actors and athletes play for charity Program signed: "Wayne Rogers", "Flip/Wilson", "Harvey Korman", "Jack Albertson", "Jack Lemmon", "Bert Hooton", "Tommy John", "Don Knotts", "Bob Newhart", and "Dennis James" on front cover, 64p, 8½x11.

    Sale Price $531.25

    $625.00

  • FRED ASTAIRE and ADELE ASTAIRE Both sign their names, with Adele writing "Sincerely" Signatures: "Fred Astaire" and "Sincerely/Adele Astaire". 4½x2¼ album leaf. In a double act with his sister Adele, Fred Astaire danced in cabarets, vaudeville houses and music halls worldwide before he was 20.

    Sale Price $162.00

    $180.00

  • FRED ASTAIRE The actor writes to a friend on recent happenings, and mentions that his horse is running the next day at a $35,000 stake Autograph letter signed: "Fred A.". 2p, 5¾x7¼. Beverly Hills, California, no year, February 2. On his personal imprinted letterhead.

    Sale Price $405.00

    $450.00

  • FRED ASTAIRE He signs a letter to a friend, speaking of his horses racing in Australia, and how he wishes he could see them Autograph letter signed: "F.A.". 2p, 8½x11. Beverly Hills, California, 1960 March 16. On his personal imprinted letterhead. To Stan Murphy, Melbourne, Australia.

    Sale Price $450.00

    $500.00

  • FRED ASTAIRE A letter from the actor to his friend, wishing him and his family well Autograph letter signed: "F.A.", 3p, 5¾x7¼. Beverly Hills, California, no year, March 30. On his personal imprinted letterhead. To George Penny, Dublin, Ireland.

    Sale Price $405.00

    $450.00

  • FRED ASTAIRESmall slip of paper signed "Sincerely" by Oscar-nominated actor and dancer Fred Astaire in blue ink Autograph sentiment signed "Sincerely -/Fred Astaire" in blue ink. 3¾x2¼.

    Sale Price $126.00

    $140.00

  • FRED ASTAIRE and ADELE ASTAIRE The vaudeville stars sign their names, with Fred writing "Sincerely" Autograph sentiment signed: "Sincerely/Fred Astaire" and "Adele Astaire". 4x2 card.

    Sale Price $252.00

    $280.00

  • FRED ASTAIRE A publicity photograph from the film Follow the Fleet, signed with Fred's "Best" Photograph inscribed and signed: "To Harry/Best from/Fred Astaire". Sepia, 10x8. Shown with Ginger Rogers in still from the film Follow the Fleet, ©1936 RKO Radio Pictures.

    Sale Price $450.00

    $500.00

  • FRED ASTAIRE The famous dancer and actor signs his name to a fan on this 7¼x9¼ black and white photograph. Inscribed photograph signed: "To Daivie,/Fred Astaire", in red ink, B/w 7¼x9¼.

    Sale Price $342.00

    $380.00

  • FRED ASTAIRE A 3¼x3½ shot of the actor with co-star Gene Kelly Photograph signed: "Fred Astaire". B/w, 3¼x3½. Movie still of a dance routine with Gene Kelly from the only film in which they co-starred, 1946's Ziegfeld Follies, in "The Babbit and the Bromide" sketch.

    Sale Price $306.00

    $340.00

  • FRED ASTAIRE A 3½x5½ captioned headhsot of the dancer Photograph signed: "Fred Astaire". B/w, 3½x5½. Fred Astaire (1899-1987) began his career touring in the vaudeville circuit with his sister Adele as a dancing partner.

    Sale Price $360.00

    $400.00

  • FRED ASTAIRE and JANE POWELL A publicity photograph from Royal Wedding signed by both stars Photograph signed: "Fred Astaire" and "Jane Powell". B/w, 8x10. A publicity shot from MGM's 1951 film Royal Wedding. The plot has Astaire and Powell heading to Merrie Olde England to perform at the palace.

    Sale Price $467.50

    $550.00

  • Consent form authorizing the Motion Picture Relief Fund to reproduce Fred Astaire's signature and likeness for a series of stamps raising money for needy film industry veterans. The form is signed twice by Astaire, once as an autograph sample and again to grant permission. A remarkable, perfectly verified example!

    Sale Price $510.00

    $600.00

  • FRED ASTAIRE A document with the artist giving consent to use his name in the lyrics for the song "Thank You Columbus" Document signed: "Fred Astaire". 2p, 8½x11. Culver City, California, 1943 June 15. Agreement between Loew's Inc.

    Sale Price $680.00

    $800.00

  • FRED ASTAIRE A document stating to forward all notices addressed to him to the Music Corporation of America Document signed: "Fred Astaire". 1p, 8½x11. Los Angeles, California, 1948 July 9. To RKO Radio Pictures, Los Angeles.

    Sale Price $680.00

    $800.00

  • FRED ASTAIRE The highly acclaimed singer and dancer signs this First Day Cover honoring George Gershwin, dated 1973 First Day Cover signed: "Fred Astaire" in black ink. 6½x3½. First Day Cover honoring George Gershwin, postmarked Beverly Hills, California, February 28, 1973. 8c stamp affixed. FIRST DAY OF ISSUE.

    Sale Price $144.00

    $160.00

  • FRED ASTAIRE Sheet music for "Triplets" from The Band Wagon signed by the actor and dancer Sheet Music signed: "Fred Astaire", 8p, 9x12, front and verso. "Triplets", words by Howard Dietz, music by Arthur Schwartz. From MGM's The Band Wagon, the 1953 musical starring Astaire as Tony Hunter, a movie star whose career is in a downturn.

    Sale Price $360.00

    $400.00

  • FRED ASTAIRE. A letter confirming an agreement to have Motion Picture Relief Funds as his attorney-in-fact Typed letter signed: "Fred Astaire". 1p, 8½x11. Los Angeles, California, 1949 April 4. To RKO Radio Pictures, Los Angeles.

    Sale Price $595.00

    $700.00

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