JOSEPH CALLEIA - CLIPPED SIGNATURE - HFSID 19190
Sale Price $162.00
Character actor Joseph Calleia's signature affixed to a small slip of paper with a b/w 1¾x1¾ photo of him in a three-piece suit
Clipped signature: "Joseph Calleia". Blue ink notations near right edge in unknown hand. 3x1 signature affixed to a 3½x3¾ slip of paper. With a b/w photo (1¾x1¾ overall, 1½x1½ image, one surface) of Calleia mounted near top edge. Maltese character actor Calleia (1897-1975) frequently played villains in his early screen career, but he broke out of this mold near the end to deliver some memorable performances, including the Mexican priest in The Littlest Outlaw (1955) and Police Sgt. Pete Menzies in Touch of Evil (1958). Calleia was also a stage actor with 7 Broadway credits between 1926 and 1935, including roles in the original Broadway productions of The Front Page (1928-1929) and Grand Hotel (1930-1931). Lightly toned. Mounting card and signature have irregular edges. Otherwise in fine condition.
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