GEORGE K. ARTHUR - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED CIRCA 1932 - HFSID 343189
Sale Price $198.00
GEORGE K. ARTHUR
The English actor and Academy Award-winning producer sends postcard detailing his trip to Bermuda, signs name in black ink
Autograph letter signed: "George K. Arthur" in black ink. 3½x5½ postcard from Flatts Village, Bermuda. Address to Mr. James Starr of Los Angeles, California. In full: "And not an onion in sight - but Howard Hughes just arrived in his yacht with a party of twelve. So rough was their trip from Nassau they didn't know they'd arrived! They are enroute to Calif. Arriving end of April. This is a swell place, no automobiles allowed. Only carriages & bicycles. Love no kisses". George K. Arthur (1899-1985) was an English actor and producer who appeared in fifty-nine films between 1919 and 1935 such as Spring Fever (1919), Lady of the Night (1925), Circus Rookies (1928), and Brotherly Love (1928). Arthur achieved success in the late 1920s when partnered with Karl Dane as part of a comedic duo named "Dane & Arthur". He received an Academy Award in 1956 for his work producing the short film The Bespoke Overcoat. Toned. Soiled. Stains throughout. Corners rounded. Otherwise, fine condition.
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