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JIMMY LYDON - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH - HFSID 190875

JIMMY LYDON The film star is shown smiling while gazing into the camera Photograph signed: "Jimmy Lydon", B/w 8x10. After appearing on Broadway at age 16, Jimmy Lydon (b. 1923) became a teen film star in the late 1930s.

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JIMMY LYDON
The film star is shown smiling while gazing into the camera
Photograph signed: "Jimmy Lydon", B/w 8x10. After appearing on Broadway at age 16, Jimmy Lydon (b. 1923) became a teen film star in the late 1930s. He played the title role in Tom Brown's School Days (1940), followed by portrayals of Henry Aldrich in a series of movies (1940-1944). He played a college-bound son in Life with Father (1949). Transitioning smoothly to character roles in later years, Lydon was a frequent TV guest star for nearly 40 years, from Life of Riley (1949) to St. Elsewhere (1987). Fine condition.

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