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MAXIE "SLAPSIE MAXIE" ROSENBLOOM - INSCRIBED SIGNATURE CO-SIGNED BY: BERT GORDON - HFSID 304136

MAXIE "SLAPSIE MAXIE" ROSENBLOOM and BERT GORDON The World Champion boxer and the actor best known for his character The Mad Russian both sign this 5½x3¾ card Inscribed Signature: "To Roz/Mone/Rosenbloom", and on verso: "Bert Gordon". 5½x3¾ card affixed to 6x4 album leaf.

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Condition: lightly creased
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MAXIE "SLAPSIE MAXIE" ROSENBLOOM and BERT GORDON
The World Champion boxer and the actor best known for his character The Mad Russian both sign this 5½x3¾ card
Inscribed Signature: "To Roz/Mone/Rosenbloom", and on verso: "Bert Gordon". 5½x3¾ card affixed to 6x4 album leaf. Magazine photo affixed in upper right. Ink note (unknown hand): "'Mike Lymans'", "'Slapsie Maxie'", and on verso: "'The Mad Russian' - How do you do. Hollywood Blvd - Jan 24, 35". MAXIE "SLAPSIE MAXIE" ROSENBLOOM (1904-1976) was World Light Heavyweight Champion from 1930 to 1934. He was nicknamed "Slapsie Maxie" by sportswriter Damon Runyon for his unorthodox style in the ring; when he signed his name, Rosenbloom frequently spelled it "Slapsy". As an actor, Rosenbloom typically portrayed punch-drunk characters. He appeared in over 30 films from 1933 to 1966 including Mr. Moto's Gamble (1938), Each Dawn I Die (1939), To the Shores of Tripoli (1942) and Abbott and Costello Meet the Keystone Kops (1955). BERT GORDON (1985-1974) was an American voice actor and comedian best known for his character The Mad Russian. This character was parodied in a number of cartoons including What's Cookin' Doc? (1944), Russian Rhapsody (1944), and Hare Ribbin (1944). His film credits include Izzy in the 1932 film Madison Sq. Garden, Goofy in the 1935 film She Gets Her Man, The Mad Russian in the 1941 film Sing for Your Supper, and Boris Rascalnikoff in Laugh Your Blues Away (1942) and Let's Have Fun (1943). He was also a regular on many television shows including The Eddie Cantor Program and The Abbott and Costello Program. Bottom edge of card torn. Right edge of album leaf frayed from binding. Corners of album leaf lightly creased and worn. Otherwise, fine condition.

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