RICHARD (RONALD) COLEMAN - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: ANN WILTON, HENRYETTA EDWARDS - HFSID 159953
RICHARD (RONALD) COLEMAN, CO-SIGNED BY: HENRYETTA EDWARDS & ANN WILTON This album sheet is signed by the three actors, from the stage production of “Sailor Beware!” Autograph Note signed: "To Penny/With best wishes/Richard Coleman", 6½x4¼ album leaf.
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RICHARD (RONALD) COLEMAN, CO-SIGNED BY: HENRYETTA EDWARDS & ANN WILTON This album sheet is signed by the three actors, from the stage production of “Sailor Beware!” Autograph Note signed: "To Penny/With best wishes/Richard Coleman", 6½x4¼ album leaf. Affixed sticker reads "Beware!", a reference to Coleman's first play. Also signed on verso: "Best Wishes/Ann Wilton", "Best Wishes/Henryetta Edwards". English actor RICHARD COLEMAN (1930-2008) was born Ronald Coleman, changing his screen name to avoid confusion with the earlier film star of that name. After training at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts, he made his stage debut in Sailor Beware (1954). Coleman was seen frequently on British TV from the mid-1950s to the early 1990s, appearing in both action series (Alan-a-Dale in The Adventures of Robin Hood) and sitcoms (David Redway in And Mother Makes Three, and its sequel, And Mother Makes Five). English actress HENRYETTA EDWARDS (b. 1926), the daughter of actress Chrissie White and actor/director Henry Edwards, appeared in several British films of the 1950s, beginning with the comedy She Shall Have Murder (1950). ANN WILTON is an English actress. She had parts in the films, Dead Men Tell No Tales (1939), The Miniver Story (1950) and Richard III (1955). She also acted in multiple stage shows, including “Sailor Beware!” Toned. Left edge heavily worn. Magazine clipping affixed. Otherwise, fine condition.
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