KAY BROWN - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: CLIFTON YOUNG, RONNIE KEMPER, RENNY MCEVOY, BILL PEPPERS - HFSID 27170
Sale Price $252.00
KAY BROWN, CLIFTON YOUNG, RONNIE KEMPER, and RENNY McEVOY
Handwritten notes from Kay Brown, Clifton Young, Ronnie Kemper and Renny McEvoy to radio personality George Sanders, all complimenting him on his show and thanking him for his support. Also signed by musician Bill Peppers. Extremely rare!
Autograph note signed: "Kay Brown", "Clifton Young/"Clif"", "Ronnie Kemper", "Renny McEvoy", Bill Peppers", 7¾x10. Brown's note: "Dear George, Thanks loads for helping me get a start and playing my record. Lots of luck and love to your wife and baby-to-be. Your Friend Always". Young's note: "Hi George: - Lots of luck always to a real great guy and top notch performer". Kemper's note: "George 'ol fellow - It's been a pleasure. Thanks for all the plays! [signature] P.S. Don't forget "ya-hoo"!". McEvoy's note: "Everything I do is strictly from "Dixie" - (Dugan) Nice meeting you George". Pepper's note: "One of the nicer fellows I've met, George Sanders". KAY BROWN (1926-1987) was a vocalist and actress of the 1940's and 1950's. Performing often on radio programs as a featured vocalist, Brown is only remembered as an actress for her role in the Mickey Rooney film The Strip (1951), playing the role of Edna. By the 1960's, Brown had faded from show business. CLIFTON YOUNG (1917-1951) played "Bonedust" in 19 Our Gang films, beginning in 1926 with Uncle Tom's Uncle, though he is most memorable in the 1930 School's Out. In the 1940's, Young was employed by Warner Bros. as a contract player, though most of his film roles were minor in comparison to his Our Gang role. Notable of his later films include Dark Passage (1947), Possessed (1947), and Blood on the Moon (1948). Unfortunately, Young passed away in 1951 after falling asleep while smoking a cigarette, perishing in the fire. Bandleader and vocalist RONNIE KEMPER (1907-1997) is best remembered for his time with the Dick Jurgens' Orchestra, being one of the players on their hit, "Cecilia". After leaving Jurgens' band, Kemper formed his own orchestra, playing on his radio showKempers Kapers. His career was interrupted by his service in World War II, after which he chose not to continue playing music. The step-son of cartoonist J.P. McEvoy, RENNY McEVOY (1905-1987) wrote on the Dixie Dugan comic strip for several years, at the same time pursuing a career as a character actor. He appeared in minor television roles and film roles in the 1940's and 1950's, appearing often in Westerns like Tales of Wells Fargo (1958), Wagon Train (1958), and Bonanza (1966). His last acting role was in 1969 on an episode of Bracken's World, after which he retired from acting. BILL PEPPERS was a musician of the 1950's, credited on several Elvis Presley records like "Heartbreak Hotel" and "Teddy Bear".George R. Sanders, originally a disc jockey, became a prominent radio/TV interview host, first in Los Angeles and later in Portland. Left edge frayed and torn. Light surface creases. Toned. Corners lightly worn. Slightly soiled. Unsigned newspaper clippings and photographs affixed. Otherwise, fine condition.
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