RUDY VALLEE - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED CHECK 11/18/1946 CO-SIGNED BY: HARRY HARRISON - HFSID 321832
RUDY VALLÉE and HARRY HARRISON Rudy Vallée signs a payroll check to radio personality Harry Harrison for $38.73. Early signature from the radio star before he hit the big time! Check signed and endorsed: "Rudy Vallée", 8¼x3. Hollywood, California, November 18, 1940. Check no.
Sale Price $221.00
RUDY VALLÉE and HARRY HARRISON
Rudy Vallée signs a payroll check to radio personality Harry Harrison for $38.73. Early signature from the radio star before he hit the big time!
Check signed and endorsed: "Rudy Vallée", 8¼x3. Hollywood, California, November 18, 1940. Check no. 1780, drawn on Vallée's personal account at California Bank., payable to Harry Harrison for $38.73, endorsed "Harry Harrison" on verso. RUDY VALLÉE (1901-1986, born Hubert Prior Vallée in Island Pond, Vermont) enjoyed a successful career on radio, in movies, in Broadway musicals and with a solo nightclub act. His films include The Palm Beach Story (1942), I Remember Mama (1948), The Helen Morgan Story (1957), The Night They Raided Minsky's (1968), Won Ton Ton, the Dog Who Saved Hollywood (1976) and How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (1967), in which he reprised his role from the successful 1961 Broadway musical. The first singer to be called a "crooner", Vallée was known for carrying a small megaphone and for his catch phrase "Heigh-Ho, Everyone", which he first used when appearing at New York's Heigh-Ho Club. HARRY HARRISON (b.1930) is an American radio personality who has worked in radio for over 50 years. Beginning as a young WCFL summer replacement in his hometown of Chicago, Harrison became the Program Director at WPEO in Peoria in 1954, holding that position until 1959. He joined WMCA New York in 1959 as the Mid-day "Good Guy", partnering with Joe O'Brien as the station's "one-two-punch" for 8 years. In 1968 he was hired by Rick Sklar to join the WABC morning show. After 11 years with ABC, Harrison moved to WCBS-FM, where he remained from 1980 to 2003. Cancellation marks. Processing stamps. Creased from folds. Otherwise, fine condition.
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