JANE HYLTON - AUTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: PETER DYNELY, WEE WILLIE (CHARLES WILLIAM) HARRIS - HFSID 159945
PETER DYNELY AND JANE HYLTON; WEE WILLIE HARRIS An English threesome: husband and wife actors Dynely and Hylton sign one side of an album leaf, while "the Wild Man of Rock" signs the other Signatures: "Jane Hylton", "Peter Dynely", 6½¾ album leaf. Also signed on verso: "Wee Willie/Harris".
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PETER DYNELY AND JANE HYLTON; WEE WILLIE HARRIS
An English threesome: husband and wife actors Dynely and Hylton sign one side of an album leaf, while "the Wild Man of Rock" signs the other
Signatures: "Jane Hylton", "Peter Dynely", 6½¾ album leaf. Also signed on verso: "Wee Willie/Harris". PETER DYNELY (1921-1977), an English films known for his mastery of an American accent, was a stage performer before attaining cult status as a star of low-budget adventure and horror films, including the cult favorite The Manster (1959) and the voice of Jeff Tracy in the "marionation" series Thunderbirds (1965-1966). He had recurring roles on many ITV series, including The Saint and Ivanhoe. Dynely was married to JANE HYLTON (1927-1979) from shortly after they met on the set of The Manster until his death. Hylton, who made her film debut in A Girl in the Million, was cast as eye candy at first, but earned major roles in British films by the early 1950s, including Dance Hall, It Started in Paradise, and The Weak and the Wicked. She made her TV debut as Guinivere in The Adventures of Sir Lancelot (1956). After 17 years absence from movies, she appeared with Rosalind Lloyd, her daughter by her first marriage, in The Wild Geese (1978). Charles William "WEE WILLIE" HARRIS (b. 1933), so-called for his 5'2" stature, was known as Britain's "Wild Man of Rock". A hit in Soho's 2 I's Coffee Bar, he released a Decca record, Rockin' at the 2 I's (1957). While his records never topped the charts, Harris was renowned for his live club and television performances, characterized by multi-colored hair, zany outfits and a manic style. Paul McCartney and John Lennon reportedly lined up for his autograph after a Liverpool show in 1958. In the 1960s, he toured Europe and performed on cruise ships. Nostalgia shows rekindled demand for his music, and he released a new album, Rag Moppin', in 2003. Corners lightly worn. Lightly soiled. Light surface creases. Lightly frayed on right edge. Pencil note (unknown hand). Otherwise, fine condition.
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