GALE STORM - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: LOUIS HAYWARD, ALEX NICOL, BOB BAUER - HFSID 26112
GALE STORM, LOUIS HAYWARD, ALEX NICOL and others Signed autograph notes collected on an album leaf by radio/TV host George Sanders Autograph Note signed: "George - Many, many thanks/for a most enjoyable chat!/You really have a knack/(& that's a good word) for making/a person feel right at home.
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GALE STORM, LOUIS HAYWARD, ALEX NICOL and others
Signed autograph notes collected on an album leaf by radio/TV host George Sanders
Autograph Note signed: "George - Many, many thanks/for a most enjoyable chat!/You really have a knack/(& that's a good word) for making/a person feel right at home./Sincerely/Gale Storm", "George, You made work seem/easier than it should!/Alex Nicol", and "It's been a nice experience/to have this interview with you./Roy Fjarstad", 7¾x10 with captioned newspaper photo of storm (b/w, 3½x1) attached. Also signed on verso: "Bob Bauer/Better Business Bureau", "Thanks George/Louis Hayward". GALE STORM (1922-2009) made dozens of B movies in the 1940s, the best of which included a Christmas tale (It Happened on Fifth Avenue, 1947), a comedy with Eddie Albert (The Dude Goes West, 1948) and the noir film The Underworld Story (1950). But Storm's warm persona fit television perfectly, and her My Little Margie (1952-1955) and Oh! Susannah (1956-1959) were among the decades best and most popular sitcoms. In 1955, she had a pair of hit record singles, "Teenage Prayer" and "I Hear You Knocking". After decades of summer stock and dinner theater work, during which she waged a long and ultimately successful battle with alcohol, she returned to TV in an episode of The Love Boat (1979). LOUIS HAYWARD (1909-1985) was an American actor with over 60 TV shows and movies to his credit between 1932 and 1974. He managed a London nightclub before debuting on the London stage. He co-starred in a number of stage productions, including Dracula and Another Language, before his screen debut in Self-Made Lady (1932). He premiered on Broadway in 1935's Point Verlaine, a performance that which earned him a Hollywood contract. Hayward played rogues and heroes... and sometimes a little of both, with roles as D'Artagnan, Dick Turpin, Captain Blood, Simon Templar in the last of the Saint B-movie series and, in 1954, as producer and star of The Lone Wolf TV series. Hayward served as a Marine during World War II and supervised the filming of the Battle of Tarawa, earning him a Bronze Star for courage under fire. American character actor ALEX NICOL (1916-2001), his promising stage career interrupted by military service in World War II, became a familiar face in Westerns and other action films of the 1950s. In a rare starring role, he was cast opposite Maureen O'Hara in The Redhead from Wyoming (1953). He made a menacing foe for Jimmy Stewart in The Man from Laramie (1955). After an interval making movies in Europe, he found success directing such TV shows as Tarzan and Wild, Wild West in the late 1960s. No further information is available on Roy Fjarstad or Bob Bauer. Jagged at let edge from removal from bound book. Lightly toned at edges. Ink number at bottom right corner. Otherwise, fine condition.
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