MILTON BERLE - AUTOGRAPHED INSCRIBED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: GEORGE MURPHY - HFSID 323568
MILTON BERLE and GEORGE MURPHY Candid photograph of Berle and Murphy at a formal event, with both signing the photograph in silver felt tip (4x5¾) Inscribed photograph signed: "To/Clint/Milton Berle", "George Murphy", in silver felt tip, Color 4x5¾.
Sale Price $162.00
MILTON BERLE and GEORGE MURPHY
Candid photograph of Berle and Murphy at a formal event, with both signing the photograph in silver felt tip (4x5¾)
Inscribed photograph signed: "To/Clint/Milton Berle", "George Murphy", in silver felt tip, Color 4x5¾. With the encouragement of the quintessential stage-mother, MILTON BERLE (1908-2002) played small supporting roles in silents, including the part of a newsboy in the first-ever feature-length comedy, Tillie's Punctured Romance (1914), starring Charlie Chaplin. Berle then moved into vaudeville and became a headliner, with occasional stopovers on Broadway and in Hollywood, into the WWII years. His lengthy starring role in the 1943 edition of Broadway's Ziegfeld Follies established him as a star. After only moderate success on radio and in films, Berle made a spectacular television debut as star of NBC's Texaco Star Theatre in 1948, dominating the airwaves on Tuesday nights until 1956. He became known as "Mr. Television" and was everyone's "Uncle Miltie". Dancer/actor GEORGE MURPHY (1902-1992) appeared in film musicals of the 1930s, moving to dramatic roles in the late 1940s. He followed a path similar to that of his friend Ronald Reagan: switching party allegiance from Democratic to Republican, serving as President of the Screen Actors Guild, and winning election to the U.S. Senate from California in 1964. Corners slightly worn. Fine condition.
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