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All sign on a 4¼x5½ page from The Hollywood Canteen Club Signatures: "Lee Patrick", "Marsha Hunt" and "Johnny/Philip Morris", 4¼x5½. Headed: "Hollywood Canteen/Autographs".

Price: $240.00

Condition: Lightly soiled, otherwise fine condition
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All sign on a 4¼x5½ page from The Hollywood Canteen Club
Signatures: "Lee Patrick", "Marsha Hunt" and "Johnny/Philip Morris", 4¼x5½. Headed: "Hollywood Canteen/Autographs". Imprinted information on the Hollywood Canteen on verso. By her own account, actress LEE PATRICK (1906-1982) "played them all" over a film career that spanned from 1929 (Strange Cargo) to 1975 (The Black Bird, a "sequel" to The Maltese Falcon). Her memorable roles included Effie Perine (Bogart's secretary) in The Maltese Falcon, Mrs. Upson in Auntie Mame, a mental asylum inmate in The Snake Pit and Henrietta Topper in the 1953-1955 television series, Topper. MARSHA HUNT (1917-2022) worked as a Powers model until she debuted onscreen in The Virginia Judge (1935) at the age of 18. In the 1930s, she appeared in supporting roles in films including Hollywood Boulevard and These Glamour Girls (1939) before moving on to leads in B-movies and supporting roles in major films. Blacklisted during the McCarthy era, Hunt appeared in only a handful of films after 1952, but was seen in the TV series Peck's Bad Girl. Her last film was Johnny Got His Gun (1971). Hunt continues to speak out on political and social issues. JOHNNY PHILIP MORRIS was Johnny Roventini (1910-1998). In 1933, he was being promoted by the New Yorker Hotel as "the smallest bellboy in the world" at 4 feet tall when he met advertising man Milton Biow, who had an idea for a cigarette ad. In time, "Call for Philip Morris" was known to almost every person in the world. Johnny was heard on popular live radio programs and on some of the most-watched television shows of the 1950s and 1960s, including I Love Lucy, Candid Camera and the Red Skelton and Jackie Gleason shows. Philip Morris actually employed two Johnny's for their ads, the other being Albert Altieri, 1915-2002, (who called himself Johnny Morris, Jr.) They shared celebrity status, with Roventini's personal appearances focused in the New York area. Lightly creased with folds, light creases at the upper portions of the "P" and "k" of Patrick's signature, vertical fold at the "s" in Marsha. Lightly soiled. Fine condition.

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