RICHARD MURDOCH - AUTOGRAPH - HFSID 160788
Sale Price $81.00
The British actor signs his name on this slip of paper in pencil
Signature: "Richard Murdoch" in pencil. 4½x2¼. Richard Bernard Murdoch (1907-1990) was a British comedy radio, film and television performer. While studying at Pembroke College, Cambridge, he appeared multiple times in the theater club called the Footlights. The club was known as a hotbed of comedy and satire. In 1937 he was listed among the cast of the Television Follies, an early BBC TV program. Murdoch had his radio break in the BBC comedy program "Band Waggon" (1938-1940) as part of a double act with Arthur Askey. He reprised this role in the 1940 film of the same name and after serving in World War II appeared in the TV version, Living It Up. He also appeared in "The Men from the Ministry" from 1962 to 1977, a radio comedy series about two civil service members. Murdoch's first film role was as a dancer in Looking on the Bright Side in 1932. He also was known for his parts in The Ghost Train (1941), Rumpole of the Bailey (1978) and Strictly Confidential (1959). In the early 1980s, Murdoch provided the English narration for the Polish animated version of The Moomins, from the classic series of books by Tove Jansson. Irregular edges. Slightly smudged throughout. Writing faded slightly. Signature mounted on similar shaped piece of construction paper. Otherwise, fine condition.
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