KARL MALDEN - MEAL TICKET SIGNED CIRCA 1959 - HFSID 181896
Sale Price $180.00
Karl Malden signs meal ticked from the Highlands Inn, Carmel, California.
Meal Ticket Signed: "Karl/Malden/tip .75", 4¼x7½. Highlands Inn, Carmel Highlands, Carmel, California, 1958 December 10. Malden has ordered crab, puree and liver-no onions for a total tab of $4.68. In 1947, actor Karl Malden, (1912-2009), created the role of Mitch, the erstwhile beau of Blanche Dubois, in Tennessee Williams' Broadway play A Streetcar Named Desire; he repeated the role in the 1951 film version, winning an Oscar in the process. Malden was also nominated for an Oscar for his performance in On the Waterfront (1954). Malden was best known to TV fans of the 1970s as Lieutenant Mike Stone, the no-nonsense protagonist of the long-running cop series The Streets of San Francisco (1972-1977). During that time, he mentored a young actor named Michael Douglas, who played Inspector Steve Keller from 1972-1976. His face and voice were also familiar as TV spokesman for American Express cards. Cancellation holes to immediate right of signature. Fine condition.
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