RICHARD BIRD - AUTOGRAPH CIRCA 1948 CO-SIGNED BY: MARGALO GILLMORE - HFSID 143579
RICHARD BIRD and MARGALO GILMORE The English actors sign opposite sides of an album leaf. Bird is a rare signature! Signature: "Richard Bird", 4¾x3¾ album leaf. Dated (unknown hand) June 16, 1948. Autograph Sentiment signed on verso: "Best Wishes/Margalo Gillmore"
Sale Price $81.00
RICHARD BIRD and MARGALO GILMORE
The English actors sign opposite sides of an album leaf. Bird is a rare signature!
Signature: "Richard Bird", 4¾x3¾ album leaf. Dated (unknown hand) June 16, 1948. Autograph Sentiment signed on verso: "Best Wishes/Margalo Gillmore". English stage and screen actor RICHARD BIRD (1894-1986) made his theatrical debut in his native Liverpool in 1917, moving on to stages in London and North America. His most memorable screen roles were in the supernatural drama Halfway House and the comedy Don't Take It To Heart (both 1944). He directed the London stage adaptation of Brighton Rock (1943), and the film version of Edgar Wallace's The Terror (1938). He made his last film in 1949, but appeared on TV into the early 1960s. English stage actress MARGALO GILLMORE (1897-1986) made her theatrical debut in The Scrap of Paper (1917). Her last appearance was on Broadway in Noel Coward's Sail Away (1961). During World War II, she joined Katharine Cornell's cast of The Barretts of Wimpole Street, which toured Europe entertaining Allied troops. She played Mrs. Darling in the Broadway and television renditions of Peter Pan, 1954-1960. Although her film appearances were few, the typed caption is in error. She had a leading role in Wayward (1932). Gillmore was a member of the celebrated literary circle The Algonquin Round Table. Her multi-generation acting family included father Frank Gillmore and sister Ruth Gillmore. Toned. Right edge frayed. Light surface creases. Slightly soiled. Ink notes (unknown hand). Otherwise, fine condition.
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