KENNETH MORE - INSCRIBED PICTURE POSTCARD SIGNED - HFSID 277882
KENNETH MORE Picturegoer postcard, with b/w photo of More from the chest up in a three-piece suit and bowtie, signed "Thanks for the pipe!" and "Losa luck" Inscribed picture postcard signed "Thanks for/the pipe!/Losa [sic] luck/to Peter/Kenneth More.
Sale Price $76.50
Picturegoer postcard, with b/w photo of More from the chest up in a three-piece suit and bowtie, signed "Thanks for the pipe!" and "Losa luck"
Inscribed picture postcard signed "Thanks for/the pipe!/Losa [sic] luck/to Peter/Kenneth More." B/w, 3 ½x5 ¼ overall, 3x 5 image, one surface. Picturegoer postcard, with photo from the J. Arthur Rank Orangisation. Captioned: "Kenneth More". Kenneth More (1914-1982, born in Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire, England) was an English actor with over 60 TV shows and movies to his credit. More came to acting as an accident. He had originally planned on becoming a civil engineer, but the death of his father - and more importantly, the mountain of debts he left behind - put an end to those plans. More worked as a Canadian fur trapper before finding work as a straight man in London's Windmill Theatre. He had several small parts in films as early as 1935, but his "official" debut wasn't until 1948's Scott of the Arctic. More, who ran with a wild crowd and whose personal life was rarely out of the press, was considered a reliable leading man and a first-rate comic actor, though his favorite role was as a shallow RAF officer in The Deep Blue Sea (1955). He also found success as Jolyn Forsythe in the TV miniseries The Forsythe Saga (1967). Lightly toned, creased and bowed. Pen skipped while signing signature. Binder hole in top edge. Small staple in bottom left corner. Mounting remnants on verso, which cover up message. Otherwise in fine condition.
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