Autographs from people credited in 1995 The First 100 Years: A Celebration of American Movies

  • ROBERT ALTMAN Directed awarded with a Lifetime Achievement Oscar in 2006 signs a 5x3 card Signature: "RB Altman", 5x3 white card. In sleeve affixed to light card stock, accompanied by two photographs of Altman, one Color 5x6½, from the shoulders up smiling at the camera and a B/w 5x6½ face portrait, in a scarf glasses and hat, 8½x11 overall.

    Sale Price $63.00

    $70.00

  • ROBERT ALTMAN The 2006 recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Oscar signs a black and white publicity photograph for his 1971 film McCabe & Mrs. Miller Photograph signed: "R B Altman" in black felt tip. B/w, 10x8 overall, image 9½x7 (one surface).

    Sale Price $180.00

    $200.00

  • ROBERT ALTMAN Black and white publicity photograph of Robert Altman with a megaphone up to his mouth. Photograph signed: "R B Altman". B/w, 10x8 overall, image 9½x6¼ (one surface).

    Sale Price $180.00

    $200.00

  • ROBERT ALTMAN Robert Altman signs a laser disc cover for his movie Short Cuts. Laserdisc cover signed: "R B Altman". Color, 12¼x12¼. Disc not included. Robert Bernard Altman (1925-2006) was

    Sale Price $198.00

    $220.00

  • ROSCOE "FATTY" ARBUCKLEThe silent film star signs a document for membership in The Masquers Hollywood Partly Printed Document Signed: "Roscoe Arbuckle" as Sponsor, 1p, 7½x5½. Hollywood, California, 1928 May 17. Headed: "Application for Membership".

    Sale Price $1,530.00

    $1,800.00

  • ROSCOE "FATTY" ARBUCKLEArbuckle writes to his estranged wife, who had defended him during his scandalous trials Autograph Letter signed: "Roscoe", 4p, 6x9½. Louisville, KentuckySeptember 4, 1924.

    Sale Price $2,550.00

    $3,000.00

  • ROSCOE "FATTY" ARBUCKLE; KEN KLINGHandwritten note from Arbuckle, and - on verso - original art by Ken Kling featuring his cartoon characters Joe and Asbestos Autograph Note signed: "To Amelia/Sincerely Yours/Roscoe Arbuckle", 5x3½ album leaf.

    Sale Price $1,190.00

    $1,400.00

  • ROSCOE "FATTY" ARBUCKLEVintage 7½x9½ photo with a clever inscription to songwriter/producer Mort Greene: Photograph inscribed and signed: "To my pal Mort Green/This is an expression you/acquire when you play for/Fox, wondering where your/next is - Sh. I'm only kiddin.

    Sale Price $1,700.00

    $2,000.00

  • ROSCOE "FATTY" ARBUCKLE Vintage black and white signed 7¾x9½ photograph of the comedy star from the early twentieth century Inscribed Photograph signed: "Sister Paul/you don't know my/Business/Sincerely/Roscoe/Omaha Neb./May 16th/1926.", B/w 7¾x9½.

    Sale Price $1,530.00

    $1,800.00

  • ROSCOE "FATTY" ARBUCKLE. Photograph signed: "Sincerely/Roscoe". Sepia, 10x8. Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle (1887-1933) is standing to the right behind the camera. Written on the back, in pencil, in an unknown hand is "Roscoe (Fatty) Arbuckel (sic)/Nipper Lane/Baron Houck-camerman (sic)".

    Sale Price $1,700.00

    $2,000.00

  • ROSCOE "FATTY" ARBUCKLESigned 8x10 sepia photograph of the silent film star ruined by a scandal Photograph signed: "Fatty Arbuckle". B/w with sepia hue, 8x10. Arbuckle is seen with director Joseph Henaberry onthe set of Brewster's Millions (1921).

    Sale Price $1,190.00

    $1,400.00

  • ROSCOE "FATTY" ARBUCKLEThe silent film star signed and sent this letter to a group of Kiwanis club members who hosted him at a banquet Typed Letter Signed: "Roscoe Arbuckle", one page, 7¼x10. Spokane, Washington, September 25, 1924. On his personal letterhead to Walter W. L.

    Sale Price $1,530.00

    $1,800.00

  • 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 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 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 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

  • JACK LEMMON and FRED ASTAIRE Their signatures on a TV Time cover touting their appearance as George and Ira Gershwin Magazine Cover signed: "Fred Astaire", "Jack Lemmon", 8x11. Signed by their images on TV Time of January 16-22, 1972. Cover story: "Singing Those Gershwin Years".

    Sale Price $306.00

    $340.00

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