MANY HAPPY RETURNS PLAY CAST - AUTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: MARY ASTOR, HENRY HULL, NEIL HAMILTON - HFSID 278159
MANY HAPPY RETURNS PLAY CAST, CO-SIGNED BY: HENRY HULL, MARY ASTOR, and NEIL HAMILTON Henry Hull, Mary Astor, and Neil Hamilton sign a piece of paper. Signature: "Henry Hull/Mary Astor/Neil Hamilton", 3x3¼ piece of paper. HENRY HULL made his stage acting debut in either 1909 or 1911.
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MANY HAPPY RETURNS PLAY CAST, CO-SIGNED BY: HENRY HULL, MARY ASTOR, and NEIL HAMILTON
Henry Hull, Mary Astor, and Neil Hamilton sign a piece of paper.
Signature: "Henry Hull/Mary Astor/Neil Hamilton", 3x3¼ piece of paper. HENRY HULL made his stage acting debut in either 1909 or 1911. He made his first film in New Jersey's World Studios in 1916. Although his place of honor in the American Theater is incontestable he did appear in leading roles in movies such as One Exciting Night (1922), The Werewolf of London (1935), The Return of Frank James (1940), Lifeboat (1944) and Objective Burma (1945). A playwright as well as an actor, Hull worked on such plays as Congratulations and Manhattan. One of his last film appearances was in The Chase (1966). MARY ASTOR had a successful silent screen career, costarring with John Barrymore in Beau Brummell (1923) and Don Juan (1926). She won the 1941 Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for portraying chain-smoking concert pianist Sandra Kovak in Warner Bros.' The Great Lie, which starred Bette Davis. That same year, she costarred with Humphrey Bogart in The Maltese Falcon. A popular leading man of the silent film era, NEIL HAMILTON (1899-1984), born James Neil Hamilton, starred in such films as The White Rose (1923), Beau Geste and The Great Gatsby (both 1926). Relegated to secondary roles in later talkie films, he found new success in TV character roles, notably as Commissioner Gordon in the Batman series (1966-1968). Uneven left and upper edge where page has been ripped. Lightly soiled at upper left. Otherwise, fine condition.
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