PAT CARROLL - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 07/29/1984 - HFSID 36676
PAT CARROLL The Emmy Award-winning actress writes a letter to the American Museum of Historical Documents, wishing the recipient "sincere best wishes for your over-whelming success" Autograph Letter signed:
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The Emmy Award-winning actress writes a letter to the American Museum of Historical Documents, wishing the recipient "sincere best wishes for your over-whelming success"
Autograph Letter signed: "Pat Carroll", 1 page, 6½x8 unfolded, 6½x4 folded card bearing a printed image of the actress as Gertrude Stein. Durnham, N.C. 1984 July 29. To "The American Museum of Historical Documents -", in full: "What a good idea you have there in Las Vegas. My sincere best wishes for your over-whelming success.". Trained for musical comedy, Pat Carroll (b. 1927) appeared on stage from 1950 and starred in a Broadway revival of On the Town (1959). A popular performer on TV comedy variety shows of the early 1950s (Jackie Gleason, Red Buttons and Sid Caesar), she won an Emmy for her work on Caesar's show (1957). She was a regular on The Danny Thomas Show (1961-1964) and several later series. Carroll is known as the voice of sea-witch Ursula in Disney's The Little Mermaid (1989), and has a one-woman stage show, appearing as Gertrude Stein. Fine condition.
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