JOE E. BROWN - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED 01/30/1960 - HFSID 310630
Sale Price $252.00
JOE E. BROWN
The comedian and performer signs a card wishing the "bestest".
Autograph note signed: "To Pete/Bestest/Joe E Brown/30/1/60", in blue ink, 7x4½. Joe E. Brown (1892-1973, born Joseph Evans Brown in Holgate, Ohio) was a madcap comedian played vaudeville, burlesque, and the Broadway stage before breaking into films in 1928. His popularity peaked in the 1930s, but his performances continued into the TV era. Brown's films include The Circus Kid (1928), Show Boat (1951), Around the World in Eighty Days (1956), Some Like it Hot (1959) and It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World (1963). A former semipro baseball player, Brown appeared in several baseball films, including Elmer the Great (1933) and Alibi Ike (1935). During World War II, he toured tirelessly to entertain the troops. He made his last film, The Comedy of Terrors, in 1964. Hand decorated. Left edge worn. Fine condition.
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