MEL BLANC - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 09/11/1979 - HFSID 168605
Sale Price $360.00
Mel Blanc sends an autograph letter to a fan about where he will be speaking next.
Autograph Letter Signed: "Mel Blanc", 1p, 7¼x10½. No place, 1979 September 11.On his personal "Mel Blanc" stationery with a pale green head of Bugs Bunny in the center. To Angelo. In full: "Thanks for your letter, Pic. and Desiderata. Enclosed is a 'pic' of a few of the voices I created [not present]. I am speaking at St Francis College on Tuesday Sept 18th at Joliet, Ill. (I'll be at the Howard Johnson Hotel - Monday night Sept 17th/79.If you can make it for the speech, call me at the Hotel, and I'll reserve some seats for you and your friends as my guests." In 1937, Mel Blanc (1908-1989) was hired to provide the voice for a drunken bull in the Warner Bros. Looney Tune, Picador Porky. He also did the voice of Porky ("Th-th-th-that's all, Folks") Pig, previously voiced by a genuine stammerer who knew nothing about comic timing. Before long, Blanc created the voice of Daffy Duck, whose lisping cadence was inspired by Warner Bros. cartoon boss Leon Schlesinger. In 1940, Blanc created the insouciant, carrot-chopping Bugs Bunny. Ironically, Blanc was allergic to carrots. He freelanced with MGM and Walter Lantz animation firms, creating the Woody Woodpecker's laugh for Lantz. Blanc signed to work exclusively at Warners in the early 1940s. Voices he created include Sylvester, Tweety Pie, Foghorn Leghorn, Speedy Gonzales, Pepe Le Pew and Yosemite Sam. Fine condition.
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