GAIL PATRICK - AUTOGRAPH - HFSID 49592
Sale Price $99.00
GAIL PATRICK. Signature: "Gail Patrick", 4½x6¾. Actress
Gail Patrick (1911-1980), born Margaret La Velle Fitzpatrick, is best known
for her "villainess" and "other woman" roles. Her film credits include If
I Had a Million (1932, her screen debut), Death Takes a Holiday
(1934), My Man Godfrey (1936), Stage Door (1937), Tales of
Manhattan (1942), Women in Bondage (1943), Calendar Girl
(1947) and The Inside Story (1948, her final film. From 1957-1966,
Patrick and her third husband, Thomas Cornwall Jackson, Erle Stanley Gardner's
literary agent, co-produced the Perry Mason television series.
Patrick, who returned to acting to play a judge in the final episode (which also
featured Gardner in a bit part), attempted to revive Mason with The New
Perry Mason, starring Monte Markham, in 1973, following her divorce from
Johnson, but the series was short-lived. Right edge irregularly torn. Shaded at
perimeter. Overall, fine condition.
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