FRANK CRUMIT - AUTOGRAPH SENTIMENT SIGNED CIRCA 1933 - HFSID 321012
FRANK CRUMIT Autograph sentiment from the Vaudeville and radio star, signed, "Much good luck." Autograph sentiment signed: "Much Good Luck/Frank Crumit". 5½x4. 1933. Frank Crumit
Sale Price $144.00
Autograph sentiment from the Vaudeville and radio star, signed, "Much good luck."
Autograph sentiment signed: "Much Good Luck/Frank Crumit". 5½x4. 1933. Frank Crumit (1889-1943) began in Vaudeville in his early 20's, referred to as "the one-man glee club" for his spunky and high spirited ukulele performances. He landed his first Broadway role playing his ukulele in Betty Be Good in 1918, and later he sang his song, "Sweet Lady" in the Greenwich Village Follies (1920). After he met his wife and radio co-host, actress Julia Sanderson (1887-1975) in 1922, Crumit teamed up with his wife to broadcast their radio show, "Swinging Sweethearts on the Air" (1930). The success of their radio show led to a quiz show, Battle of the Sexes, which ran for 13 years up until Crumit's death. Among his many hit songs, including "I Learned About Women From Her", Crumit is the composer and writer for Ohio State University's fight song, "Buckeye Battle Cry" which he entered into a contest in 1919, a couple years after his graduation. Lightly creased. Fine condition.
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