ROSE MARIE - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED - HFSID 38043
ROSE MARIE Rose Marie writes a letter on personal letter head discussing her career. Autograph Letter signed: "Rose Marie", 1p, 6¼x9½. No place, no date. On personal stationery to "My dear Mr. Axelrod". In full: "I hope this helps you - it's quite difficult to do as you ask.
Sale Price $198.00
ROSE MARIE Rose Marie writes a letter on personal letter head discussing her career. Autograph Letter signed: "Rose Marie", 1p, 6¼x9½. No place, no date. On personal stationery to "My dear Mr. Axelrod". In full: "I hope this helps you - it's quite difficult to do as you ask. I appreciate what you're trying to do. But I think you should give people a little lee way. Especially when they've had as full a career as I have. But having opened in Las Vegas in 1947 at the Flamingo & having played there many times, I feel I had to help. Sincerely". Fine condition. Accompanied by autograph envelope signed "Rose Marie/Van Nuys Cal" in return address, 12x9. Cancelled stamps affixed; postmark illegible. Bisecting vertical fold. Neatly opened at right edge. Otherwise, fine condition. Rose Marie (born Rose Marie Mazetta 1923-2017) had two careers - first as "Baby Rose Marie", appearing on stage at the age of three and soon becoming a vaudeville and NBC radio star, and later as a comedienne and actress who appeared on stages from Broadway to Las Vegas and on both the big and small screen. Rose Marie is best known for her role as wisecracking Sally Rogers on The Dick Van Dyke Show (1961-1966), but she also starred in several other series, including My Sister Eileen (1960-1961) and The Doris Day Show (1969-1971) and the popular game show, Hollywood Squares. She made her film debut in 1933's International House and then appeared in 1954's Top Banana, reprising her role from the 1953 Broadway musical that co-starred Phil Silvers. Her other credits include Dead Heat on a Merry-Go-Round (1966), Cheaper to Keep Her (1980) and Ghettoblaster (1989), and made numerous TV guest appearances. Two items.
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