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HARRY RICHMAN - AUTOGRAPH 1948 CO-SIGNED BY: CLIFFORD MOLLISON, HUGH LATIMER - HFSID 143580

HARRY RICHMAN, HUGH LATIMER and CLIFFORD MOLLISON Album leaf signature of Richman (1948), which Latimer and Mollison have signed on verso Autograph Sentiment signed: "Sincerely/Harry Richman/1948", 4½x3¾ album leaf. Ink note (unknown hand): "Aug, 1948".

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HARRY RICHMAN, HUGH LATIMER and CLIFFORD MOLLISON
Album leaf signature of Richman (1948), which Latimer and Mollison have signed on verso
Autograph Sentiment signed: "Sincerely/Harry Richman/1948", 4½x3¾ album leaf. Ink note (unknown hand): "Aug, 1948". Also signed on verso: "Clifford Mollison", "Hugh Latimer". Ink note (unknown hand): "July, 1948". HARRY RICHMAN (1895-1972) was a multi-talented vaudevillian and performer. He had a few movie appearances, including in 1930's Puttin' on the Ritz, featuring the Irving Berlin song. However, most of Richman's experience was on the stage. He began as a piano accompanist for stars like Mae West and Nora Bayes, but was a singer, dancer, comedian, songwriter, and bandleader in his own right. Richman had a total of 10 Broadway appearances between 1920 and 1935, most of them revues and including George White's Scandals (1928-1929) and Ziegfield Follies of 1931 (1931). Richman, an amateur aviator, and Dick Merrill, chief pilot of Eastern Airlines, made the first roundtrip nonstop crossing of the North Atlantic in 1936. English stage actor HUGH LATIMER (1913-2006) began appearing in films after his wartime military service. Starring roles included Corridor of Mirrors (1948) and Last Man to Hang (1956). His final screen appearance was in Masterpiece Theater's adaptation of Jane Eyre (1971). English character actor CLIFFORD MOLLISON (1897-1986) appeared on stage in his early teens and in feature films from the 1930s through 1960s, adding several guest spots on British TV in the early 1970s. He was the brother of actor Henry Mollison. Jagged at left edge from removal from bound book. Ink note (unknown hand) at lower right corner. Otherwise, fine condition.

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