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Autographs from people credited in 1994 The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert

  • FRED SPIELMAN and MACK DAVID Tin Pan Alley composer and songwriter both sign name under excerpt from their song "It Only Hurts for a Little While" Inscribed autograph musical quotation signed: "Fred Spielman" and "Mack David" in black ink. 3x5. A line from the song "It Only Hurts for a Little While".

    Sale Price $324.00

    $360.00

  • On a page inscribed to the world famous Hildegarde, Fields and Youmans send their congratulations on her wonderful performance. The page also features 5 additional signatures, including millionaire advertiser and Director of American Cancer Society, Emerson Foote.

    Sale Price $288.00

    $320.00

  • JEROME KERN and DOROTHY FIELDS Assignment of Canadian copyright of two songs from When You're in Love. Partly Printed DS: "Jerome D. Kern" and "Dorothy Fields", 1p, 8¼x13½. New York, 1937 March 22.Headed: "Assignment of Canadian Copyright".

    Sale Price $1,020.00

    $1,200.00

  • OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN IIThe lyricist pens his signature on this 3¾x3½ green sheet in black ink Signature: "Oscar Hammerstein", irregularly cut 3¾x3½. Oscar Hammerstein II (1895-1960) wrote the lyrics for some of

    Sale Price $288.00

    $320.00

  • OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN II and RAY MILLAND The Pulitzer Prize winner and Academy Award winner sign opposite sides of this 4½x5½ album leaf. Signatures: "Oscar Hammerstein" and, on verso: "To Ed-/Ray Milland", 4½x5½ album leaf.

    Sale Price $342.00

    $380.00

  • OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN IIThe Pulitzer Prize winning lyricist inscribed this 5x7 photograph, shown smiling into the camera Photograph inscribed and signed: "To Ken and Joyce Browne,/Cordially/Oscar Hammerstein". B/w with brown hue, 5x7 overall, image 4¼x5¾ (one surface).

    Sale Price $1,020.00

    $1,200.00

  • OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN IIHe signs on this contract for the rights to his some "Very Warm For May" Contract Signed: "Oscar HammersteinI", 2p, 8½x11. Culver City, California, no date. On imprinted letterhead of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures. Headed: "Assignment of All Rights".

    Sale Price $1,870.00

    $2,200.00

  • OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN IIThe composer for some of the greatest musicals in theatrical history sends a letter regarding strengthening the United Nations Typed Letter Signed: "Oscar Hammerstein", 1p, 7¼x10½. No place, but likely New York City, 1960 February 26. On his personal stationery to Mr.

    Sale Price $765.00

    $900.00

  • On letterhead of his Pulitzer Prize-winning South Pacific, he writes to former FDR law partner Basil O'Connor about transferring the chairmanship of the Mary MacArthur Fund to Gertrude Lawrence, then starring in The King and I. A letter with many fine associations!

    Sale Price $1,020.00

    $1,200.00

  • Hammerstein and Romberg both inscribe and sign Romberg's handwritten musical quotation from the musical, with Hammerstein adding, "I'm only the guy who wrote the words ..." Framed in the Gallery of History style with an inscribed and signed photo of Romberg to 34½x25½

    Sale Price $3,612.50

    $4,250.00

  • Tony and Grammy-winning singer Lena Horne signed this AFTRA contract in 1969 to appear on an episode of Kraft Music Hall. Horne was the first black American woman to sign a long-term contract with a major movie studio.

    Sale Price $510.00

    $600.00

  • LENA HORNE Handwritten note of the actress and singer Autograph Note signed: "To Warren/Sincerely/Lena Horne", 5x3 card. Sultry American jazz singer and actressLena Horne (1917-2010) began performing at age six and left school at 16 to support her sick mother.

    Sale Price $144.00

    $160.00

  • LENA HORNE and JOSEPH P. WRIGHT Album leaf signed by Tony and Grammy-winning singer Lena Horne in 1966. Also signed by Zenith Radio Chairman and President Joseph Wright. From the collection of radio interviewer George Sanders. Autograph note signed "To George/From Amys [sic]/Grandma/Lena Horne/1966", 7x9¼ album leaf.

    Sale Price $252.00

    $280.00

  • LENA HORNE Small card signed "yours" by Tony and Grammy-winning singer Lena Horne. She was the first black American woman to sign a long-term contract with a major movie studio. Autograph sentiment signed: "yours/Lena Horne". 3¼x2 card.

    Sale Price $144.00

    $160.00

  • LENA HORNE The singer and actress signs her name in black ink. Autograph sentiment signed: "Most sincerely/Lena Horne", in black ink, 7x4½. Hollywood's Lovely Singing Star Lena Horne.

    Sale Price $144.00

    $160.00

  • LENA HORNE and MELVILLE COOPER Album leaf signed by Tony and Grammy-winning singer Lena Horne and by character actor Melville Cooper. With b/w printed photographs of both affixed. Autograph sentiment signed "Always/Lena Horne". 5¼x4¼ album leaf with rounded left corners.

    Sale Price $198.00

    $220.00

  • LENA HORNE and PEGGY MORAN Album leaf signed by Tony and Grammy-winning singer Lena Horne and by actress Peggy Moran. With a small b/w photograph of Horne affixed. Autograph sentiment signed: "Sincerely/Lena Horne" in blue ink. 5¾x4 album leaf. Photo (b/w, 1¼x2) affixed in upper left.

    Sale Price $198.00

    $220.00

  • Small 3½x5¼b/w British Picturegoer bust photograph of Tony and Grammy-winning singer Lena Horne in a low-cut white dress, signed "Sincerely". Horne was the first black American woman to sign a long-term contract with a major movie studio.

    Sale Price $288.00

    $320.00

  • Small 3½x4¾ signed b/w photograph of Tony and Grammy-winning singer Lena Horne leaning back and looking up. Horne was the first black American woman to sign a long-term contract with a major movie studio.

    Sale Price $270.00

    $300.00

  • B/w photograph by Martha Swope of Tony and Grammy-winning singer Lena Horne on stage in a white dress and holding a microphone, signed "Be Happy" in blue ink. This is a publicity photo for Horne's one-woman show Lena Horne: The Lady and Her Music, which earned her a special Tony Award in 1981.

    Sale Price $252.00

    $280.00

  • Small 3½x4¾ artful b/w photograph of Tony and Grammy-winning singer Lena Horne in an off-the-shoulder gown, signed "Sincerely" in silver ink. Horne was the first black American woman to sign a long-term contract with a major movie studio.

    Sale Price $288.00

    $320.00

  • Small b/w photograph 4x5¾ b/w photograph of Tony and Grammy-winning singer Lena Horne sitting in an off-the-shoulder gown, signed "Sincerely". Horne was the first black American woman to sign a long-term contract with a major movie studio.

    Sale Price $360.00

    $400.00

  • LENA HORNE Inscribed and signed photo, shown with short hair Photograph inscribed and signed: "To/Leah -/Sincerely/Lena Horne". B/w, 8x10. Lena Horne began performing at age six, and by 16 was singing and dancing at Harlem's Cotton Club, where Cab Calloway and Duke Ellington took her under their wings.

    Sale Price $234.00

    $260.00

  • LENA HORNE The American jazz singer is shown in full view with a bright smile in this black and white photograph. Inscribed Photograph signed: "To Claude/Sincerely/Lena Horne" in black felt tip, B/w 8x10.

    Sale Price $234.00

    $260.00

  • LENA HORNE Photograph of a smiling Horne dressed in white lace, signed to a collector "With the best of good wishes" Inscribed photograph signed: "To Harry Wilkinson/With the best of good/wishes to you/Lena Horne", in black ink, Sepia toned 7½x9¾.

    Sale Price $396.00

    $440.00

  • LENA HORNE The talented and legendary actress poses in white turtleneck and coat, signs name in black ink Photograph signed: "Hello, Lena Horne" in black ink. B/w, 8x10. Sultry American jazz singer and actress LenaHorne (1917-2010) began performing at age six and left school at 16 to support her sick mother.

    Sale Price $342.00

    $380.00

  • LENA HORNE The Grammy Award winner is shown with a bright smile wearing a pink top Photograph signed: "Hello!/Lena Horne", Color 8x10. Sultry American jazz singer and actressLena Horne (1917-2010) began performing at age six and left school at 16 to support her sick mother.

    Sale Price $342.00

    $380.00

  • LENA HORNE The jazz singer and actress signs her name on a photograph, shown wearing a ruffled dress and holding a parasol Photograph signed: "Love/Horne", in black ink, Color 8x10. Sultry American jazz singer and actress Lena Horne (1917-2010) began performing at age six and left school at 16 to support her sick mother.

    Sale Price $342.00

    $380.00

  • LENA HORNE The actress signs a publicity photograph for the 1943 film Cabin in the Sky. Photograph signed: "Lena/Horne", Color, 10x8. Publicity photograph for the 1943 film Cabin in the Sky. Sultry

    Sale Price $342.00

    $380.00

  • B/w photograph of Tony and Grammy-winning singer Lena Horne in a headdress and beaded costume, signed "Sincerely". Horne was the first black American woman to sign a long-term contract with a major movie studio.

    Sale Price $342.00

    $380.00

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