GAMBOL OF STARS 1940 - PROGRAM SIGNED 03/14/1940 CO-SIGNED BY: JOHN CARRADINE, IRENE HERVEY, JAMES GLEASON, GEORGE MURPHY, LEWIS STONE, UNA MERKEL, JOAN BENNETT, BASIL RATHBONE, JAMES "JIMMY" STEWART, CHARLES D. COBURN, EDDIE CANTOR, OLIVIA DE HAVILLAND, JEAN HERSHOLT, BORIS KARLOFF, GEORGE RAFT, NORMA SHEARER, ANN SOTHERN, EDWARD ARNOLD, ALLAN JONES, OTTO KRUGER, FRANK MORGAN, ROGER PRYOR, EDWARD G. ROBINSON, JAMES CAGNEY, GARY COOPER, RALPH MORGAN, LUCILE WEBSTER GLEASON, MAREK WINDHEIM, PAT SOMERSET - HFSID 290507
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1940 GAMBOL OF STARS
Program for the 1940 Associated Actors and Artists of America's Gambol of Stars event in Los Angeles, California, signed by 28 of Hollywood's stars of the time! A fantastic piece of Hollywood's history!
Program signed: "John Carradine", "Irene Hervey", "James Gleason", "George Murphy", "Lewis Stone", "Una Merkel", "Joan Bennett", "Basil Rathbone", "Jimmy Stewart", "Charles Coburn", "Eddie Cantor", "Olivia DeHavilland", "Jean Hersholt", "Boris Karloff", "George Raft", "Norma Shearer", "Ann Sothern", "Edward Arnold", "Allan Jones", "Otto Kruger", "Frank Morgan", "Roger Pryor", "Edward G. Robinson", "James Cagney", "Gary Cooper", "Ralph Morgan", "Lucile Webster Gleason", "Marek Windheim" and "Pat Somerset" on the first page. 51 pages, pages are 11½x8½, program covers 12¼x9 overall. Program for the Associated Actors and Artists of America's Gambol of Stars in Los Angeles, California on March 14, 1940 at the Cocoanut Grove Ambassador Hotel. The Associated Actors and Artists of America is the federation of trade unions for performing artists in the U.S. This exquisite part of Hollywood's history is signed on the title page by 28 performing artists and entertainers. The program contains photographs of the presidents of the associations that made up the Associated Actors and Artists of America; the Screen Actors Guild (Ralph Morgan), the Actors Equity Association (Bert Lytell), the American Federation of Radio Artists (Eddie Cantor) and the American Guild of Musical Artists (Lawrence Tibbett). It also contains pages with greetings from advertisers and sponsors of the event like the Motion Picture Relief Fund, the Artists Managers Guild, Phillip Morris, Charles Chaplin Studios, Coca Cola, Walt Disney and the Mary Pickford Company. Cover is lightly toned and creased at edges. Otherwise, fine condition.
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