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GLENN ANDERS - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED - HFSID 18979

GLENN ANDERS Inscribed signature on a 4x3 card, with a magazine photo of him attached to the corner Inscribed Signature: "To Kayo/Sincerely/Glenn Anders", 4¼x3 card with 1¼x1¾ b/w magazine photo affixed to upper right corner.

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GLENN ANDERS
Inscribed signature on a 4x3 card, with a magazine photo of him attached to the corner
Inscribed Signature: "To Kayo/Sincerely/Glenn Anders", 4¼x3 card with 1¼x1¾ b/w magazine photo affixed to upper right corner. A stage actor who got his start in vaudeville, Glenn Anders (1889-1981) appeared in over three dozen Broadway plays between 1919 and 1958, including three Pulitzer Prize-winning plays: Hell Bent for Heaven and They Knew What They Wanted (both 1924) and Strange Interlude (1928). His rare film appearances including The Lady from Shanghai (1947) and the remake of M (1951). He appeared in several TV playhouse performances in the early 1950s. Slight toning on upper right edge. Otherwise fine condition.

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