PAUL ANKA - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: ROBERT J. WAGNER - HFSID 88824
PAUL ANKA and ROBERT WAGNER Paul Anka and Robert Wagner inscribe their signature on a 5½x4 album leaf. Autograph Note signed: "to louie-/always/Paul Anka" and on verso "to Louie/Best Always/Bob Wagner", 5½x4 album leaf.
Sale Price $180.00
PAUL ANKA and ROBERT WAGNER
Paul Anka and Robert Wagner inscribe their signature on a 5½x4 album leaf.
Autograph Note signed: "to louie-/always/Paul Anka" and on verso "to Louie/Best Always/Bob Wagner", 5½x4 album leaf. Newspaper photo of each singer (b/w, 1x1¼) at lower right. Pop singer PAUL ANKA (b. 1941 in Ottawa, Canada) was a successful teenage heartthrob of the late '50s and early '60s. His ode to a former girlfriend, "Diana" was recorded when Anka was 16 years old. The single hit number one on both sides of the Atlantic in 1957, eventually selling a reported ten million copies worldwide. He was a successful songwriter, music businessman and recording artist well into the 1990s. As the teen idol craze began to cool off in the early '60s, he bought the rights to his old masters, and made a fortune on reissues alone. He also diversified his career by appearing in several movie roles and moved toward a nightclub background. He was one of the first pop singers to do shows in Las Vegas. ROBERT WAGNER played romantic leads with ease, but it wasn't until he essayed the two-scene role of a shell-shocked war veteran in With a Song in My Heart (1952) that studio executives recognized his potential as a dramatic actor. He went on to play the title roles in Prince Valiant (1954) and The True Story of Jesse James (1956), and shocked his bobby-soxer fan following by effectively portraying a cold-blooded murderer in A Kiss Before Dying (1955). After a two-year hiatus, Wagner made a comeback as star of the lighthearted TV espionage series It Takes a Thief (1968-1970). For the rest of his career, Wagner would enjoy his greatest success on TV, first in the mid-'70s series Switch, then opposite Stefanie Powers in the internationally popular Hart to Hart, which ran from 1979 through 1983. File holes at left edge. Otherwise, fine condition.
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