JACK ALBERTSON - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED 01/12/1978 - HFSID 24584
JACK ALBERTSON The actor signs a handwritten note to radio/TV interview host George Sanders Autograph note signed: "To George/All The Best/Jack Albertson", 5x8. Dated by Albertson: "1-12-78
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The actor signs a handwritten note to radio/TV interview host George Sanders
Autograph note signed: "To George/All The Best/Jack Albertson", 5x8. Dated by Albertson: "1-12-78". Captioned magazine photograph, b/w, 1¼x1¾, of Albertson "on Chico & the Man" affixed at lower right margin. Ink caption (unknown hand) at lower margin: "Academy Award - Best Supporting Actor - 1968/for 'The Subject Was Roses' - Starred on TV's 'Chico and the/Man' -". In 1978, Albertson ended his Emmy Award-winning portrayal of Ed Brown on the TV series, Chico and the Man, and he began a starring stint as Senator Joe Kelley on another TV series, Grandpa Goes to Washington. Albertson also appeared in a made-for-TV movie, The Comedy Company, and made a guest appearance on the TV series, America 2-Night. Stage, screen and television actor Jack Albertson (1907-1981), who began his career in vaudeville and burlesque, is one of only three actors to have won a Tony Award, an Academy Award and an Emmy Award. The Tony came first, for The Subject Was Roses (1964), a role he reprised in the 1968 film version, for which he won the Best Supporting Actor Oscar. He appeared as Grandpa Joe in the 1971 hit film Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. Albertson earned two Emmys: the first for his role as Ed Brown on the popular sitcom, Chico and the Man (1974-1978); the other for a guest appearance on the variety show, Cher (1975). Albertson was a prolific actor, appearing in a long list of feature films, made-for-TV movies and as both a regular and a guest star on TV shows from 1954-1980. The note is inscribed to radio/TV interview host George Sanders, who collected autographs from guests on his shows. Slightly creased. Light impression of writing (barely visible) touches signature and writing. Fine condition.
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