RAY MILLAND - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED - HFSID 22494
RAY MILLAND Card with color magazine photo of Milland, signed "Many Thanks" Inscribed signature: "Many Thanks/Kayo,/Ray Milland", 4¼x3 card with 1¼x2 color photo affixed. Ray Milland
Sale Price $180.00
Card with color magazine photo of Milland, signed "Many Thanks"
Inscribed signature: "Many Thanks/Kayo,/Ray Milland", 4¼x3 card with 1¼x2 color photo affixed. Ray Milland (1905-1986) was a British and then American actor spent the 1930s and early 1940s playing light romantic leads in such films as Next Time We Love (1936); Three Smart Girls (1936); Easy Living (1937), in which he was especially charming opposite Jean Arthur in an early Preston Sturges script; and as the major in Billy Wilder's The Major and the Minor (1942), opposite Ginger Rogers. Milland won an Oscar for his intense and realistic portrait of an alcoholic in The Lost Weekend (1945). In Dial M for Murder, directed by Alfred Hitchcock, Milland convincingly portrays a wastrel husband who schemes to have his wife (Grace Kelly) murdered for the insurance. His later career was made up of mediocre parts in mostly bad films. Lightly toned and creased. Signature is slightly smeared. Otherwise, fine condition.
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