NORMAN HACKFORTH - AUTOGRAPH - HFSID 160903
Sale Price $81.00
NORMAN HACKFORTHThe British-born musician who came to fame as a voice on the Twenty Questions BBC radio show signed this piece of paper in blue ink Signature: “Norman Hackforth” in blue ink. 4¼x1½. Norman Hackforth (1908-1996) was a British musician and radio personality who wrote many works before, during, and after WWII. Following the war, he joined the radio show Twenty Questions as the announcer to listeners. He stayed on the show for over two decades, beginning in 1947. By the time he left, his voice was recognizable to practically everyone in the country. After another partnership with Noel Coward (with whom he worked with during WWII), Hackforth was named musical director of Anglia Television in the late 1960s. The musician published two books, including an autobiography (1975). Evenly toned. Mounting remnants on verso. Otherwise, fine condition.
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