MARSHA HUNT - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED - HFSID 290213
Sale Price $180.00
The actress writes a short note on a 4½x5½ album leaf.
Autograph Note signed: "Eleanor/Best to you/Marsha Hunt", 4½x5½ album leaf. Marsha Hunt (b. 1917) worked as a Powers model until she debuted onscreen in The Virginia Judge (1935). 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, she 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). She continues to speak out on political and social issues, including homelessness, world hunger and civil liberties. Toned around edges. Paper clip imprint at top left edge. Adhesive residue on face (not effecting signature). Otherwise, fine condition.
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