JANE GREER - AUTOGRAPH LETTER DOUBLE SIGNED - HFSID 208715
JANE GREER The actress who was discovered by Howard Hughes pens her signature twice on this handwritten letter Autograph Letter Double signed: "Jane Greer" in black ink, 3x5. To "Fred".
Sale Price $198.00
JANE GREER The actress who was discovered by Howard Hughes pens her signature twice on this handwritten letter Autograph Letter Double signed: "Jane Greer" in black ink, 3x5. To "Fred". In full: "I just found these hidden carefully by my housekeeper. She wants things 'so neat.' Sorry". On verso, Greer has signed her autograph as well: "Jane Greer". Singer and actress Jane Greer (1924-2001), born Bettejane Greer, began her career singing with big bands and on the radio. Greer was brought to Hollywood by Howard Hughes, who spotted her in a 1942 issue of Life magazine. Kept a virtual prisoner by Hughes, Greer fled Hollywood and married crooner Rudy Vallée, whom she had met while performing on radio. The marriage was short-lived (December 2, 1943-July 27, 1944) and Greer returned to Hughes and her contract. She made her film debut in 1945's Pan-Americana and would go on to appear in numerous feature films, including Sinbad the Sailor (1947), You're in the Navy Now (1951), The Prisoner of Zenda (1952), and Man of a Thousand Faces (1957). Greer, who debuted on television in The Revlon Mirror Theater (1953), appeared in several made-for-TV movies and made guest appearances on shows through 1990. Greer had recurring roles on Falcon Crest (as Charlotte Pershing, 1984-1985) and Twin Peaks (as Vivian Smythe, 1990). Her second husband (1947-1963) was producer Edward Lasker, with whom she had three children. In 1960, she was awarded a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Ink smudged at the descender of the "J" of signature on verso and at one word in letter (legible). Lightly creased at upper left-hand edge. Name written in an unknown hand beneath letter contents. Light show-through of writing on autograph side. Otherwise, fine condition.
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