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JUDITH EVELYN - AUTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: ARNOLD WEISSBERGER, CATHERINE WILSON, TOM WILSON, FRANCES HOWELL EWING, NEIL PINANT - HFSID 19610

JUDITH EVELYN and ARNOLD WEISSBERGER The actress and the Hollywood lawyer sign their names in blue ink, with Weissberger penning a short poem about performer Hildegarde Signatures: "Judith Evelyn", "A man should be featured/A man should be forever/If he doesn't have the sense/to love Hildegarde.

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JUDITH EVELYN and ARNOLD WEISSBERGER
The actress and the Hollywood lawyer sign their names in blue ink, with Weissberger penning a short poem about performer Hildegarde
Signatures: "Judith Evelyn", "A man should be featured/A man should be forever/If he doesn't have the sense/to love Hildegarde./Love/Arnold Weissberger", in blue ink, 9½x4½. American actress JUDITH EVELYN (1913-1967) appeared in four Broadway plays, beginning with Angel Street (which became the film Gaslight) in 1941. She had small but well remembered roles in several films, including the alcoholic "Miss Lonelyhearts" observed by Jimmy Stewart in the Hitchcock classic Rear Window (1954), and Mrs. Higgins in Vincent Price's The Tingler (1959). She was seen on many of the TV playhouses of the 1950s. Judith Evelyn and her husband, Canadian radio producer Andrew Allen, survived the sinking of the SS Athena, the first British passenger ship torpedoed by a German U-boat in World War II (September 3, 1939). ARNOLD WEISSBERGER (1907-1981) was a theatrical lawyer who represented many prominent actors and performers. Although the other signers names are identifiable, no relevant information can be found. Toned. Corners slightly worn. Fine condition.

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