RICHARD "DICK" LANE - INSCRIBED SIGNATURE - HFSID 20015
Sale Price $81.00
RICHARD "DICK" LANE
Pencil signature on slip of paper affixed to an album leaf
Inscribed Signature: "To Syd/Richard Lane", 2½x2½ affixed to a 6½x4½ album leaf. Ink note (unknown hand): "coming out of studio." Richard Lane, usually called Dick Lane (1899-1982) began as a vaudeville performer, moving into supporting roles in films in the 1930s. He played Inspector Faraday in the Boston Blackie movies, beginning in 1941. During World War II, he was an emcee for USO tours. Following the war, he gained fame as an announcer of professional wrestling and other sports, including roller derbies and demolition derbies. He made cameos as an announcer in several films, including Kansas City Bomber with Raquel Welch (1972). Lightly toned. Otherwise, fine condition.
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