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MADGE KENNEDY - AUTOGRAPHED INSCRIBED PHOTOGRAPH - HFSID 284155

MADGE KENNEDY Black and white photo of a young Kennedy - smiling sincerely Photograph Inscribed and signed: "To My Friends in/Smoketown/Heart warming to be/Remembered/Serving wishes and/Blessings/always/Madge Kennedy. B/w 8x10.

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MADGE KENNEDY
Black and white photo of a young Kennedy - smiling sincerely
Photograph Inscribed and signed: "To My Friends in/Smoketown/Heart warming to be/Remembered/Serving wishes and/Blessings/always/Madge Kennedy. B/w 8x10. Stage, screen and television actress Madge Kennedy (1891-1987) was a Broadway star by 1912, and she found similar success in films after being signed to Goldwyn Pictures by Sam Goldwyn within three months after he founded his studio. Goldwyn gave Kennedy the title of "winsome", and she lived up to the name in her light comedies, which included Baby Mine (1917), Our Little Wife (1918) and Dollars and Sense (1920). After leaving Goldwyn Pictures, Kennedy appeared in several films produced by her husband, Harold Bolster, before retiring from the screen and returning to the stage. Coaxed out of retirement by George Cukor for the role of Judge Carroll in his 1952 film, The Marrying Kind, Kennedy began a second career as a character actress, appearing in such films as Lust for Life (1956), The Catered Affair (1956), North by Northwest (1959) and The Day of the Locust (1975). She was also a guest star on a number of TV shows, from Schlitz Playhouse of Stars (1954) to The Odd Couple (1972), and Kennedy had a recurring role as Aunt Martha Bronson on Leave it to Beaver (1957-1963). Shortly after signing this application, Kennedy appeared on an episode of Lux Videeo Theatre, playing "Ma Glover" on the episode "The Borrowed Wife" (February 25, 1954). Fine condition.






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