HENRY ARMETTA - AUTOGRAPH 1935 - HFSID 301267
Sale Price $90.00
The comedian's signature on an album leaf with printed photo and caption affixed
Signature: "Henry Armetta", 6x4 album leaf. Ink note in same pen (unknown hand): 1935. B/w newspaper photo and caption attached. Henry Armetta (1888-1945) was an illegal-immigrant, 1902-style, stowing away on a boat from Italy. He found success in Hollywood as a character actor, often playing stereotypical, excitable Italians in comedies and not a few dramas, beginning in the silent era. Laurel and Hardy fans may remember his as the flustered innkeeper in The Devil's Brother (1933). His last film, A Bell for Adano, appeared after his death. Edges and corners creased and worn. Vertical crease through center (lightly effecting signature). Ahesive residue on face (not effecting signature). Binding holes at left edge. Otherwise, fine condition.
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