GEORGE BRENT - AUTOGRAPH SENTIMENT SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: LORETTA YOUNG - HFSID 321607
GEORGE BRENT and LORETTA YOUNG The two stars sign album leaf in blue ink Autograph sentiment signed: "Sincerely/ Loretta Young/ George Brent" in blue ink. 1 page, 5¼x3¾. George Brent (1899-1979) was an Irish actor who worked in American films and television for over fifty years.
Sale Price $270.00
GEORGE BRENT and LORETTA YOUNG
The two stars sign album leaf in blue ink
Autograph sentiment signed: "Sincerely/ Loretta Young/ George Brent" in blue ink. 1 page, 5¼x3¾. George Brent (1899-1979) was an Irish actor who worked in American films and television for over fifty years. He began his career in Hollywood in 1930 and signed a contract with Warner Brothers. He soon became a Hollywood leading man and a frequent male co-star of Bette Davis. The two worked opposite each other in thirteen films including Front Page Woman (1935) and My Reputation (1936). Brent, a known womanizer had a relationship with Davis and was later married to three actresses, Ruth Chatterton, Constance Worth and Ann Sheridan. In the late 1940's Brent strayed into "B" pictures and in 1953 he retired from film, at which time he began appearing in television series. He married model and dress designer Janet Michaels and the two were together for twenty seven years prior to his death. He has two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, one for his film contributions and another for his work in television. Advertisement for the film The Story of Alexander Graham Bell with Don Ameche, Loretta Young and Henry Fonda as it appeared in Modern Screen. Loretta Young (1913-2000) appeared in films as a child extra from age 4. Growing up in silent movies, she had become an established star by the 1930s. She won an Oscar as Best Actress for The Farmer's Daughter (1947) and was nominated for the same award for Come to the Stable (1949). Young hosted a TV teleplay, The Loretta Young Show (1953-1961); she appeared in about half of the show's episodes, winning three Emmy Awards. Edges toned. Ink slightly faded. Slightly soiled. Otherwise, fine condition.
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