JULE STYNE - SHOW BILL SIGNED CIRCA 1977 - HFSID 18798
JULE STYNE She signs a show bill from the 1977 opening night performance of Annie Show bill signed: "Jule Styne" on cover, 48p, 5½x9. New York, 1977 April 21. Opening night "Playbill" for the musical, Annie
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She signs a show bill from the 1977 opening night performance of Annie
Show bill signed: "Jule Styne" on cover, 48p, 5½x9. New York, 1977 April 21. Opening night "Playbill" for the musical, Annie. Jule Styne (1905-1994), was a prolific songwriter, writing or co-writing over 1,500 songs, from ballads for Frank Sinatra to rousing Broadway show tunes. Styne, who began his career playing piano in nightclubs and with traveling orchestras, had his first hit song in 1926. In the 1940s, he began a collaboration with Sammy Cahn, writing songs for Sinatra and the movie score for Anchors Away (1945); his first Broadway show, High Button Shoes, followed two years later. Styne also wrote the scores for The Bells are Ringing, Gypsy and Funny Girl, and received the 1954 Academy Award for Best Song for "Three Coins in the Fountain". Fine condition.
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