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HENRY HULL - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH - HFSID 54507

Rare sepia-toned bust photo by Richard Burke of actor Henry Hull in a suit-and-tie. He evidently didn't like it much, as he signed it "This doesn't look like me but-". Inscribed photograph signed "My Dear John/This doesn't look/like me but-/Henry" in black crayon.

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HENRY HULL
Rare sepia-toned bust photo by Richard Burke of actor Henry Hull in a suit-and-tie. He evidently didn't like it much, as he signed it "This doesn't look like me but-".
Inscribed photograph signed "My Dear John/This doesn't look/like me but-/Henry" in black crayon. B/w sepia-toned, 7¼x9½, printed on cardstock. Photograph by Richard Burke, with photo credit stamp in black ink on verso. Hull (1890-1977, born Henry Vaughan in Louisville, Kentucky) made his stage acting debut in either 1909 or 1911. He made his first film in New Jersey's World Studios in 1916. Although his place of honor in the American Theater is incontestable he did appear in leading roles in movies such as One Exciting Night (1922), The Werewolf of London (1935), The Return of Frank James (1940), Lifeboat (1944) and Objective Burma (1945). A playwright as well as an actor, Hull worked on such plays as Congratulations and Manhattan. One of his last film appearances was in The Chase (1966). Lightly toned, cracked, soiled, creased and bowed. Light tear at top edge. Rounded and worn or missing corners. Tack holes in corners and at top edge. Random ink stains. Scuffed edges. Otherwise in fine condition.

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