FREDRIC MARCH - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: WILFRID LAWSON - HFSID 55377
Sale Price $252.00
FREDRIC MARCH, CO-SIGNED BY: WILFRID LAWSON
Small signed b/w photos of Oscar-winning actor Fredric March and character actor Wilfrid Lawson, affixed to a pink album leaf
Photographs signed "Fredric March" and, on verso of leaf, "Wilfrid Lawson". March's photograph is b/w sepia-toned, 3½x5 overall, 3x4¼ image, one surface, printed on cardstock, with beveled edges. Lawson's photograph is b/w, 4x5 overall, 3½x4½ image, one surface, printed on cardstock, with beveled edges Album leaf is 5¼x6 with rounded bottom corners. March's photograph by Paramount Pictures. Lawson's photograph by 20th Century-Fox. Stage, screen and occasional television actor MARCH (1897-1975, born Frederick Ernest McIntyre Bickel in Racine, Wisconsin), won the Academy Award for Best Actor for Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1931-1932) and The Best Years of Our Lives (1946), and he was also nominated for the Best Actor Oscar for The Royal Family of Broadway (1930-1931), A Star is Born (1937) and Death of a Salesman (1951). March, whose other films include The Barretts of Wimpole Street (1934), Les Misérables (1935), Inherit the Wind (1960) and Seven Days in May (1964), also wonBest Actor Tony Awards for Years Ago (1947) and Long Day's Journey Into Night (1957). British character actor LAWSON (1900-1966), born Wilfrid Wornsop, is probably best remembered for his performance as Alfred P. Doolittle, Eliza Doolittle's father, in Pygmalion (1938). In all, he had over 60 movies and TV shows to his credit between 1931 and 1967 - mostly in British movies and, later, TV, with a few American movies like Allegheny Uprising (1939) and The Long Voyage Home (1940), thrown in for spice. Lawson was also a stage actor with four Broadway plays to his credit. Lightly toned and soiled. March's photo is lightly silvered and has adhesive residue on image, which touches signature. Lawson's photo is lightly soiled, and the signature has low contrast but is legible. Album leaf is lightly rippled, lightly discolored and torn and bottom edge and was neatly torn from album and has adhesive residue at top edge. Otherwise in fine condition.
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