JOHNNY CARSON - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED - HFSID 201834
JOHNNY CARSON He signs a note on a 5x3 yellow card Autograph Note signed: "To Greger/Best Wishes/Johnny Carson", 5x3 yellow card. In 1952, Johnny Carson (1925-2005) made one of his earliest national appearances on The Jack Benny Program
Sale Price $288.00
He signs a note on a 5x3 yellow card
Autograph Note signed: "To Greger/Best Wishes/Johnny Carson", 5x3 yellow card. In 1952, Johnny Carson (1925-2005) made one of his earliest national appearances on The Jack Benny Program. In 1954, while serving as one of the writers on The Red Skelton Show, Carson appeared on the show when Skelton had a minor accident during rehearsal. From May 23, 1954 to September 5, 1954, 27-year old Carson hosted a prime-time game show on CBS called Earn Your Vacation and appeared briefly in the winter of early 1955 on the CBS Morning Show, filling in for the vacationing Jack Paar. From 1955-1956, he hosted two CBS variety shows, first on Thursday nights then on daytime, each called The Johnny Carson Show. After hosting the game show Who Do You Trust (1957-1962) where he first teamed up with announcer Ed McMahon,Carson took over NBC's Tonight Show, pioneered by Steve Allen (1954-1957) and Jack Parr (1957-1962). Carson became a major national celebrity with his celebrity guests and timely comic monologs. He won 6 Emmys and many other awards, including the Presidential Medal of Freedom (1992) and the Kennedy Center Lifetime Achievement Award (1993). His farewell show in 1992 was a national event. Fine condition.
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