NANCY CARROLL - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED - HFSID 345637
Sale Price $234.00
The famed actress pens her autograph on this 6x4½ card, signed in black ink
Autograph Note Signed: “To Bob/Regards/Nancy Carroll” in black ink. 6x4½. Nancy Carroll (1903-1965) appeared in Broadway musicals of the 1920s, making her film debut in the late silent era. Easy Come, Easy Go (1928) made her a star, and she received a Best Actress Oscar nomination for The Devil's Holiday (1930). Her musical talent made her a natural for Paramount film musicals of the 1930s, including four in which she co-starred with Charles "Buddy" Rogers. However, Carroll was selective about her roles, earning her a "difficult" label in the studio era. Paramount dropped her contract, despite her large fan base, and she retired from film in 1938 after four more movies for Columbia. She returned to the stage, and co-starred in two early TV series (The Aldrich Family. 1950; The Egg and I (1951). 1½x1¾ newspaper photograph affixed. Lightly toned. Three binding holes at left margin. Otherwise, fine condition.
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