SIGNE HASSO - AUTOGRAPH SENTIMENT SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: BERNARD BRADEN - HFSID 88839
SIGNE HASSO; BERNARD BRADEN They sign opposite sides of an album leaf, with a printed photo affixed for each. Autograph Sentiment signed: "All the best/Signe Hasso", 5¾x4. Unsigned photo affixed in lower left. Also signed on verso: "Bernard/Braden". Newspaper photo affixed in lower right.
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SIGNE HASSO; BERNARD BRADEN
They sign opposite sides of an album leaf, with a printed photo affixed for each.
Autograph Sentiment signed: "All the best/Signe Hasso", 5¾x4. Unsigned photo affixed in lower left. Also signed on verso: "Bernard/Braden". Newspaper photo affixed in lower right. Swedish born actress SIGNE HASSO (1915-2002) made her Stockholm stage debut in her early teens, and move not to films. She married German director Harry Hasso in 1933, divorcing him soon after she emigrated to the US in 1941. She played strong female roles in movies of the 1940s, including Heaven Can Wait, The House on 92nd Street and A Double Life. Her appearances in US films were less frequent from the 1950s, but she frequently visited TV series. Her last film was One Hell of a Guy (2000). Hasso was also a singer and songwriter, mainly of adapted Swedish folk songs, and released two CD's. She wrote several novels, beginning with Momo (1979). She was a US citizen from 1948, but Sweden honored her as a Member First Class of its Order of Vasso. Canadian-born BERNARD BRADEN (1916-1993) moved to England in 1949, and started a popular radio show, Breakfast with Braden, the following year. (Bedtime with Braden soon followed.) Braden offered comedy and other light entertainment, including his signature "Lullaby of Broadway", and interviews with celebrities.) He had a news and consumer affairs program, On the Braden Beat at ITV (1962-1967), re-named Braden's Week when he moved to the BBC (1967-1972). He appeared in a film, The War Lover (1962), and in two Tennessee Williams plays, including A Streetcar Named Desire, which he had parodied as "Brandon Marlow" on Breakfast with Braden. Binding holes on right margin. Lightly toned. Ink notes (unknown hand). Corners slightly worn and creased. Otherwise, fine condition.