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Clipped signature from the Nobel Prize in Literature winner
Clipped signature: "Rudyard Kipling", 4x½, cut from letter. 2 words in Kipling's hand above signature, portion of writing (not legible) at lower edge. Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936), the first English author to win the Nobel Prize in Literature (1907), was born in India but raised in England. His novels include Wee Willie Winkie (1888), The Jungle Book (1894), Captains Courageous (1897), Kim (1901) and Just So Stories for Little Children (1902). His well remembered poems include "Recessional", "White Man's Burden", "Gunga Din" and "If". Tape remnants at blank left and right margins, which are irregularly torn. Fine condition.

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Born: December 30, 1865 in Bombay, Maharashtra, India
Died: January 18, 1936 in London, England, United Kingdom

Film Credits
Studio One in Hollywood (Writer), Shirley Temple's Storybook (Writer), Jackanory (Writer), 2014 The Jungle Book (Writer), 2012 Rudyard Kipling's Mark of the Beast (Writer), 2010 The Unforgiving Minute (Writer), 2010 Scape (Writer), 2010 Kipling's Poem (Writer), 2009 Histoires comme ça Série 1 (Writer), 2005 Viidakkokirja (Writer), 2003 The Jungle Book 2 (Writer), 2000 Christmas Glory 2000 (Writer), 1998 The Jungle Book: Mowgli's Story (Writer), 1998 Mowgli: The New Adventures of the Jungle Book (Writer), 1998 Dead Time Tales (Writer), 1997 The Second Jungle Book: Mowgli & Baloo (Writer), 1996 Captains Courageous (Writer), 1995 Voices (Sound), 1995 Jungle Book (Writer), 1994 The Jungle Book (Writer), 1993 Children of the Mist (Writer), 1989 Rabbit Ears: How the Leopard Got His Spots (Writer), 1989 Maggie (Writer), 1988 The Cat Who Walked by Herself (Writer), 1987 How the Rhinoceros Got His Skin and How the Camel Got His Hump (Writer), 1986 Elephant's Child (Writer), 1984 Kim (Writer), 1984 Kak bylo napisano pervoe pismo (Writer), 1982 Stalky & Co. (Writer), 1981 Yozhik + Cherepakha (Writer), 1980 The Muppet Show (Sound), 1977 Captains Courageous (Writer), 1976 Mowgli's Brothers (Writer), 1975 The White Seal (Writer), 1975 The Man Who Would Be King (Writer), 1975 Rikki-Tikki-Tavi (Writer), 1974 Childhood (Writer), 1974 Baa Baa Black Sheep (Writer), 1973 Adventures of Mowgli (Writer), 1971 Maugli. Vozvrashchenie k lyudyam (Writer), 1970 Maugli. Bitva (Writer), 1970 How the Whale Got His Throat (Writer), 1970 How the First Letter Was Written (Writer), 1970 How the Elephant Got His Trunk (Writer), 1970 Dad's Army (Sound), 1969 Maugli. Poslednyaya okhota Akely (Writer), 1968 Maugli. Pokhishchenie (Writer), 1967 The Jungle Book (Writer), 1967 Slonyonok (Writer), 1967 Maugli. Raksha (Writer), 1964 The Indian Tales of Rudyard Kipling (Writer), 1964 The Famous Adventures of Mr. Magoo (Writer), 1963 Grande Teatro Tupi (Writer), 1962 Sergeants 3 (Writer), 1961 The Light That Failed (Writer), 1958 The Frank Sinatra Show (Sound), 1953 Your Favorite Story (Writer), 1951 Soldiers Three (Writer), 1951 Puck of Pook's Hill (Writer), 1950 Suspense (Writer), 1950 Kim (Writer), 1949 Everybody Does It (Sound), 1942 Jungle Book (Writer), 1941 They Met in Bombay (Sound), 1941 Smilin' Through (Sound), 1939 Wife, Husband and Friend (Sound), 1939 The Light That Failed (Writer), 1939 Gunga Din (Writer), 1937 Wee Willie Winkie (Writer), 1937 Elephant Boy (Writer), 1937 Captains Courageous (Writer), 1935 Metropolitan (Sound), 1935 China Seas (Sound), 1932 You Said a Mouthful (Sound), 1929/II Metro Movietone Revue (Sound), 1929 Pack Up Your Troubles (Sound), 1927 John Charles Thomas (Sound), 1923 The Light That Failed (Writer), 1922 The Ballad of Fisher's Boarding House (Writer), 1922 A Fool There Was (Writer), 1921 Without Benefit of Clergy (Writer), 1921 Without Benefit of Clergy (Design), 1918 The Naulahka (Writer), 1916/I La bestia umana (Writer), 1916 The Light That Failed (Writer), 1915 The City of Terrible Night (Writer), 1915 La luce che si spegne (Writer), 1915 A Fool There Was (Writer), 1913 Vampire of the Desert (Writer), 1913 The Fool (Writer), 1913 A Maid of Mandalay (Writer), 1911 Gunga Din (Writer), 1910 The Vampire (Writer), 1910 The Vampire (Sound)

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