MARIAN MARSH - AUTOGRAPH NOTE ON PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED - HFSID 322785
MARIAN MARSH Rare vintage photo of the doe-eyed actress, signed with a note for a fan (5x7). Autograph note on photograph signed: "To Mickey Watsker./Thank you for your/nice letter. Always/glad to hear from you./ Regards/Marian Marsh". Sepia, 5x7. Facsimile signature in white.
Sale Price $446.25
Rare vintage photo of the doe-eyed actress, signed with a note for a fan (5x7).
Autograph note on photograph signed: "To Mickey Watsker./Thank you for your/nice letter. Always/glad to hear from you./ Regards/Marian Marsh". Sepia, 5x7. Facsimile signature in white. Accompanied by original unsigned mailing envelope. Early sound-era film actress Marian Marsh (1913-2006), born Violet Ethelred Krauth in Trinidad, is best known for her role as Trilby O'Farrell in the 1931 classic, Svengali, opposite John Barrymore. Marsh, who was first signed by Samuel Goldwyn, Jr. in 1928, made her early films as Marilyn Morgan. When the 16-year-old actress was signed by Warner Bros. in 1929, she was renamed Marian Marsh. Known for her doll-like features and wide-eyed innocence, Marsh was a "natural" for damsel-in-distress roles. Her other film credits include Five Star Final (1931), The Mad Genius (1931), The Road to Singapore (1931), Beauty and the Boss (1932), Sport Parade (1932), The Black Room (1935), Crime and Punishment (1935), Counterfeit (1936), Come Closer Folks (1936) and House of Errors (1942, her last film). In 1957, Marsh came out of retirement to guest star on an episode of the TV anthology series, Schlitz Playhouse of Stars. She was youngest sister of actress Jean Fenwick. Saul Goodman (1919-2003), a New York business man by day, pursued his love of film and theatre in the evening, making friends with many celebrities. While other autograph seekers offered album leaves, Goodman presented stars with snazzy photographs, a rarity then, to sign in fountain pen. Lightly bowed. Otherwise, fine condition.
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