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HOAGY CARMICHAEL - AUTOGRAPH MUSICAL QUOTATION SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: DOROTHY LAMOUR - HFSID 254068

HOAGY CARMICHAEL and DOROTHY LAMOUR The popular composer has drawn two bars of music, identifying it as "Lazy bones", also signed by the singer/actress on the verso Autograph Musical Quotation Signed:

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Condition: lightly creased, otherwise fine condition
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HOAGY CARMICHAEL and DOROTHY LAMOUR

The popular composer has drawn two bars of music, identifying it as "Lazy bones", also signed by the singer/actress on the verso

Autograph Musical Quotation Signed: "Hoagy Carmichael", also inscribed and signed on verso: "To Maurice - From/Dorothy Lamour", 3½x2¼ sheet, irregularly cut. The popular composer has drawn two bars of music, identifying it as "Lazy bones". "Lazy Bones" was written by Carmichael and Johnny Mercer. Lightly soiled, paper remnants and glue stains on verso (no show through). Carmichael AMQS is otherwise in fine condition. Mounting stains and mounting paper remnant on verso, touching "y" in "Dorothy." Top of inscription and "ur" of "Lamour" are clipped off to fit Carmichael AMQS on front side. Upper tip of more writing (unknown hand) at bottom edge. Accompanied by unsigned photo (b/w, 8x10) of Carmichael at the piano in scene from film To Have and Have Not (1944). Lightly creased, with surface scratches. One of the great composers of American popular song, Hoagy Carmichael (1899-1981) wrote such standards as "Stardust", "Georgia On My Mind" and "Heart and Soul", and the Academy Award winning (1951) "In the Cool, Cool, Cool of the Evening". He also sang and played (piano and occasionally trumpet) well enough to perform his own songs and also appeared as a character actor in 14 films. Best remembered for her appearances in the seven Road to … movies with Bob Hope and Bing Crosby between 1940 and 1953, LAMOUR (1914-1996) was a star on her own in the 1930s, a popular radio singer with a screen image established by The Jungle Princess (1930). She appeared in frequent Hope specials, and performed in films up to 1987 (Creep Show 2). Two items.

  

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