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George M. Cohan Autographs, Memorabilia & Collectibles

GEORGE M. COHAN
Born: July 3, 1878 in Providence, Rhode Island
Died: November 5, 1942 in New York City, New York
Film Credits | show moreshow less
1998 When Trumpets Fade (Sound), 1952 What Price Glory (Sound), 1933 Turn Back the Clock (Sound), 1931 So Quiet on the Canine Front (Sound), 1926 The Spirit of 1918 (Sound), The Kraft Music Hall (Sound), 1945 The Screwy Truant (Sound), 2012 True Blood (Sound), 2008 Leatherheads (Sound), Family Guy (Sound), 1964 The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet (Sound), 1959 Sunday Showcase (Sound), 1936 The Three Mesquiteers (Sound), 1933 Cavalcade (Sound), 1908 Harrigan (Sound), 2008 Warner at War (Sound), 2000 Mambo Café (Sound), 1949 Jolson Sings Again (Sound), 1944 The Fighting Rats of Tobruk (Sound), 1944 This Happy Breed (Sound), 1943 The Yankee Doodle Mouse (Sound), 1940 Service with the Colors (Sound), 1989 Born on the Fourth of July (Sound), 1989 Steel Magnolias (Sound), 1985 The Electric Chair (Sound), 1943 Thank Your Lucky Stars (Sound), 1942 Yankee Doodle Dandy (Sound), 1932 The Conquerors (Sound), 1931 West of Broadway (Sound), 2004 Early Color Films (Music Department), 1942 Yankee Doodle Dandy (Music Department), 1942 Yankee Doodle Dandy (Sound), 2011-2012 The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (Sound), 2008 The Loss of a Teard_rop Diamond (Sound), 2001 To End All Wars (Sound), 1981 American Pop (Sound), 1976 Mikey and Nicky (Sound), 1943 December 7th (Sound), 1941 Babes on Broadway (Sound), 1938 Hold That Co-ed (Sound), 1929/II Metro Movietone Revue (Sound), 1929 The Eccentric Entertainer (Sound), 1927 Aunt Jemima: The Original Fun Flour Maker (Sound), 2003 Great Performances (Other), 1998 Italians in America (Sound), 1993 Life with Mikey (Sound), 1982 Tootsie (Sound), 1975 Brother Can You Spare a Dime (Sound), 2012 Vamps (Sound), 1980 Broadway on Showtime (Writer), 1939 The Cowboy Quarterback (Writer), 1936 Song and Dance Man (Writer), 1934 Gambling (Writer), 1926 The Song and Dance Man (Writer), 1923 The Meanest Man in the World (Writer), 1918 Hit-the-Trail Holliday (Writer), 1916 Seven Keys to Baldpate (Writer), 1916 Officer 666 (Writer), 1916 Officer 666 (Performer), 1934 Gambling (Performer), 1918 Hit-the-Trail Holliday (Performer), 1917 Broadway Jones (Performer), 1931 The Great Lover (Other), 1917 Broadway Jones (Producer), 1917 Broadway Jones (in person), 1910 Actors' Fund Field Day (in person), 1939 The Story of Vernon and Irene Castle (Sound), 1928 Noah's Ark (Sound), 2013 La méduse rouge (Sound), 1975-1982 M*A*S*H (Sound), 2009 House M.D. (Sound), 2006 An American Girl on the Home Front (Sound), 2013 Studio C (Sound), 2011 Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules (Sound), 2007 Young@Heart (Sound), 2001 L.I.E. (Sound), 2000 Bring It On (Sound), 1978 Columbo (Sound), 1969 Oh! What a Lovely War (Sound), 1932 The Wet Parade (Sound), 1932 The Lost Squadron (Sound), 1929 Broadway Babies (Sound), 2006 Little Miss Sunshine (Sound), 1989 Fear, Anxiety & Depression (Sound), 1985 That's Dancing! (Sound), 1943 Strictly G.I. (Sound), 1942 The Battle of Midway (Sound), 1939 Thunder Afloat (Sound), 1938 Latin Rhythm No. 6 (Sound), 1929/I Metro Movietone Revue (Sound), 2010 Vinny Vino (Sound), 2009 Grey Gardens (Sound), 2007 Mr. Warmth: The Don Rickles Project (Sound), 1992 Sharon, Lois & Bram Sing A to Z (Sound), 1992 Designing Women (Sound), 1986 Off Beat (Sound), 1985 1918 (Sound), 1983 The Winds of War (Sound), 1973 Baxter! (Sound), 1949 The Ed Wynn Show (Sound), 1947 The Hucksters (Sound), 1933 Ann Vickers (Sound), 1970 George M! (Sound), 1941 The Great American Broadcast (Sound), 1931 The Miracle Woman (Sound), 2008 Hollywood Singing and Dancing: A Musical Treasure (Sound), 1981 Reds (Sound), 1964 Swingers' Paradise (Sound), 1945 Tokyo Woes (Sound), 1945 The Dolly Sisters (Sound), 1931 50 Million Frenchmen (Sound), 1927 The Jazz Singer (Sound), 1907 Harrigan (Sound), 1907 Harrigan (Music Department), 1907 Harrigan (Performer), 1983 House of the Long Shadows (Writer), 1952 Broadway Television Theatre (Writer), 1940 Ladies Must Live (Writer), 1936 Times Square Playboy (Writer), 1932 The Miracle Man (Writer), 1929 Little Johnny Jones (Writer), 1928 The Baby Cyclone (Writer), 1923 Little Johnny Jones (Writer), 1920 45 Minutes from Broadway (Writer), 1919 The Miracle Man (Writer), 1918 George M. Cohan in a Liberty Loan Appeal (in person), 2013 Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa (Sound), 2005 Malcolm in the Middle (Sound), 1977 Outrageous! (Sound), 1952 With a Song in My Heart (Sound), 1944 The White Cliffs of Dover (Sound), 1943 The United States Service Bands (Sound), 1938 Sweethearts (Sound), 1938 A Yank at Oxford (Sound), 1933 Plane Nuts (Sound), 2007 The Brothers Warner (Sound), The Simpsons (Sound), 1991 Here's Looking at You, Warner Bros. (Sound), 1991 Barney in Concert (Sound), 1973 All Nudity Shall Be Punished (Sound), 1948 Give My Regards to Broadway (Sound), 1943 The United States Army Band (Sound), 1939 Babes in Arms (Sound), 1929 Yankee Doodle Boy (Sound), That Girl (Sound), 1955 The Seven Little Foys (Sound), 1942 Blitz Wolf (Sound), 1939 The Ash Can Fleet (Sound), 1931 Suicide Fleet (Sound), 2009 Hollywood Singing and Dancing: A Musical History - The 1940s: (Sound), 1997 American Masters (Sound), 1978 America's Sweetheart: The Mary Pickford Story (Sound), 1977 All You Need Is Love (Sound), 1975 Russian Roulette (Sound), 1936 Sons o' Guns (Sound), 1934 The Life of Vergie Winters (Sound), 1933 The House on 56th Street (Sound), 1931 Born to Love (Sound), 1930 Born Reckless (Sound), 1990 Barney Goes to School (Sound), 1969 The Lawrence Welk Show (Sound), 1967 The Lucy Show (Sound), 1955 The Long Gray Line (Sound), 1950 When Willie Comes Marching Home (Sound), 1936 The Pups' Christmas (Sound), 1929 The Broadway Melody (Sound), 1998 Primary Colors (Sound), 1987 Grace Kelly: The American Princess (Sound), 1983 The Return of Captain Invincible (Sound), 1980 Hollywood (Sound), 1968 The Dean Martin Comedy Hour (Sound), 1945 War Comes to America (Sound), 1939 Idiot's Delight (Sound), 2004 Broadway: The American Musical (Other), 1953 Hysterical History (Music Department), 2012 My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic (Sound), 1986 The Twilight Zone (Sound), 1946 Seven Keys to Baldpate (Writer), 1935 Seven Keys to Baldpate (Writer), 1928 The Home Towners (Writer), 1925 Seven Keys to Baldpate (Writer), 1924 George Washington, Jr. (Writer), 1932 The Phantom President (Performer), 1997 Caroline in the City (Sound), 1990 The Golden Girls (Sound), 1974 AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to James Cagney (Sound), 2000 The Legend of Bagger Vance (Sound), 1992 A League of Their Own (Sound), 1940 The Fighting 69th (Sound), 1933 Aggie Appleby Maker of Men (Sound), 1957 Producers' Showcase (Sound), 1991 Rock with Barney (Sound), 1989 Breaking In (Sound), 1980 Falling in Love Again (Sound), Screen Directors Playhouse (Sound), 1938 The Shopworn Angel (Sound), 1935 Here Comes the Band (Sound), 1933 Sons of the Desert (Music Department), 2010 The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (Sound), 1977 The Brady Bunch Variety Hour (Sound), 1974 Harry and Tonto (Sound), The Monkees (Sound), 1939 The Monroe Doctrine (Sound), 1937 Nothing Sacred (Sound), 1931 Flying High (Sound), 1930 Bright Lights (Sound), 1929 Jack White with the Montrealers (Sound), 1928 Lights of New York (Sound), 2013 Serangoon Road (Sound), 2010-2011 Boardwalk Empire (Sound), 1967 The Producers (Sound), 1934 Paris Interlude (Sound), 1963 The Judy Garland Show (Sound), 1959 At the Movies (Sound), 1950 Wabash Avenue (Sound), 1943 The Voice That Thrilled the World (Sound), 1943 Stormy Weather (Sound), 1942 For Me and My Gal (Sound), 1942 Iceland (Sound), 1940 Tin Pan Alley (Sound), 1929 The Cock-Eyed World (Sound), 1989 Shining Time Station (Sound), 1964 Coronation Street (Sound), 1944 The Chow Hound (Sound), 1933 Broadway to Hollywood (Sound), 1933 Cross Fire (Sound), 1928 Four Sons (Sound), 1947 Seven Keys to Baldpate (Writer), 1943 The Meanest Man in the World (Writer), 1940 Little Nellie Kelly (Writer), 1933 Elmer, the Great (Writer), 1929 Seven Keys to Baldpate (Writer), 1929 The Unusual Past of Thea Carter (Writer), 1929 Fast Company (Writer), 1921 Get-Rich-Quick Wallingford (Writer), 1921 A Prince There Was (Writer), 1917 Seven Keys to Baldpate (Writer), 1917 Seven Keys to Baldpate (Performer), 1940 Little Nellie Kelly (Other)
Theater Credits | show moreshow less
Little Johnny Jones - Music (March 21, 1982 - March 21, 1982), Tintypes - Music (October 23, 1980 - January 11, 1981), The American Dance Machine - Music (June 14, 1978 - December 3, 1978), Dancin' - Music (March 27, 1978 - June 27, 1982), George M! - Music (April 10, 1968 - April 26, 1969), The Return of the Vagabond - Performer (May 17, 1940 - May 18, 1940), I'd Rather Be Right - Performer (November 2, 1937 - July 9, 1938), Fulton of Oak Falls - Performer (February 10, 1937 - March 1937), Dear Old Darling - Performer (March 2, 1936 - March 1936), Seven Keys to Baldpate - Performer (May 27, 1935 - June 1935), Ah, Wilderness! - Performer (October 2, 1933 - June 1934), Pigeons and People - Performer (January 16, 1933 - March 1933), Friendship - Performer (August 31, 1931 - September 1931), Sweet and Low - Music (November 17, 1930 - April 1931), The Rhapsody - Production (September 15, 1930 - September 1930), The Song and Dance Man - Performer (June 16, 1930 - June 1930), The Tavern - Performer (May 19, 1930 - June 1930), Gambling - Performer (August 26, 1929 - January 1930), Vermont - Production (January 7, 1929 - January 1929), Billie - Production (October 1, 1928 - January 5, 1929), By Request - Production (September 27, 1928 - October 1928), Elmer the Great - Production (September 24, 1928 - October 1928), Whispering Friends - Production (February 20, 1928 - May 1928), Los Angeles - Production (December 19, 1927 - January 1928), The Merry Malones - Performer (September 26, 1927 - April 28, 1928), Baby Cyclone - Production (September 12, 1927 - February 1928), Yellow - Production (September 21, 1926 - January 1927), The Home Towners - Writing (August 23, 1926 - October 1926), American Born - Performer (October 5, 1925 - December 1925), Rain - Other (September 1, 1924 - March 1926), The Song and Dance Man - Performer (December 31, 1923 - March 1924), The Rise of Rosie O'Reilly - Production (December 25, 1923 - March 15, 1924), Two Fellows and a Girl - Production (July 19, 1923 - November 1923), Little Nellie Kelly - Production (November 13, 1922 - July 7, 1923), So This Is London - Production (August 30, 1922 - June 1923), Madeleine and the Movies - Production (March 6, 1922 - May 1922), The O'Brien Girl - Production (October 3, 1921 - February 18, 1922), The Tavern - Performer (May 23, 1921 - June 1921), Nemesis - Production (April 4, 1921 - May 1921), Mary - Production (October 18, 1920 - April 23, 1921), The Meanest Man in the World - Performer (October 12, 1920 - April 1921), The Tavern - Production (September 27, 1920 - May 1921), Genius and the Crowd - Production (September 6, 1920 - September 1920), The Night Boat - Music (February 2, 1920 - October 30, 1920), The Acquittal - Production (January 5, 1920 - May 1920), The Royal Vagabond - Production (February 17, 1919 - January 3, 1920), Mis' Nelly of N'Orleans - Production (February 4, 1919 - May 1919), The Voice of McConnell - Production (December 25, 1918 - January 18, 1919), A Prince There Was - Performer (December 24, 1918 - May 1919), Good Luck, Sam! - Production (November 25, 1918 - December 21, 1918), The Matinee Hero - Production (October 7, 1918 - December 1918), Three Faces East - Production (August 13, 1918 - Closing date unknown), Out There - Performer (May 17, 1918 - May 1918), Once Upon a Time - Production (April 15, 1918 - May 1918), The Little Teacher - Production (February 4, 1918 - May 1918), The Cohan Revue of 1918 - Production (December 31, 1917 - March 23, 1918), Going Up - Production (December 25, 1917 - October 26, 1918), The King - Production (November 20, 1917 - March 1918), A Tailor-Made Man - Production (August 27, 1917 - August 1918), Get-Rich-Quick Wallingford - Writing (May 17, 1917 - May 1917), The Willow Tree - Production (March 6, 1917 - June 1917), Captain Kidd, Jr. - Production (November 13, 1916 - March 1917), The Intruder - Production (September 26, 1916 - October 1916), The Cohan Revue of 1916 - Production (February 9, 1916 - July 1, 1916), The Great Lover - Production (November 10, 1915 - June 1916), Hit-the-Trail-Holiday - Production (September 13, 1915 - Closing date unknown), The House of Glass - Production (September 1, 1915 - April 1916), Young America - Production (August 28, 1915 - Closing date unknown), Hello, Broadway! - Performer (December 25, 1914 - April 10, 1915), The Miracle Man - Production (September 21, 1914 - December 1914), It Pays to Advertise - Production (September 8, 1914 - August 1915), On Trial - Production (August 19, 1914 - July 1915), The Beauty Shop - Production (April 13, 1914 - June 27, 1914), Seven Keys to Baldpate - Production (September 22, 1913 - June 1914), Nearly Married - Production (September 5, 1913 - December 1913), Stop Thief - Production (December 25, 1912 - May 1913), Hawthorne of the U.S.A. - Production (November 4, 1912 - January 1913), Broadway Jones - Performer (September 23, 1912 - February 1913), Forty-five Minutes from Broadway - Performer (March 14, 1912 - April 13, 1912), Officer 666 - Production (January 29, 1912 - July 1912), Vera Violetta - Music (November 20, 1911 - February 24, 1912), The Red Widow - Production (November 6, 1911 - February 24, 1912), The Only Son - Production (October 16, 1911 - November 1911), The Little Millionaire - Performer (September 25, 1911 - March 9, 1912), The Aviator - Production (December 6, 1910 - January 1911), Get-Rich-Quick Wallingford - Production (September 19, 1910 - Closing date unknown), The Man Who Owns Broadway - Production (October 11, 1909 - January 29, 1910), The Fortune Hunter - Production (September 4, 1909 - July 1910), Cohan and Harris Minstrels [1909] - Production (August 16, 1909 - August 28, 1909), The House Next Door - Production (April 12, 1909 - June 1909), The American Idea - Production (October 5, 1908 - November 28, 1908), Cohan and Harris Minstrels [1908] - Production (August 3, 1908 - January 1909), The Yankee Prince - Performer (April 20, 1908 - August 29, 1908), Fifty Miles from Boston - Production (February 3, 1908 - March 8, 1908), The Talk of New York - Production (December 3, 1907 - September 27, 1908), The Honeymooners - Performer (June 3, 1907 - August 24, 1907), Little Johnny Jones - Music (April 22, 1907 - May 1907), George Washington, Jr. - Performer (February 11, 1907 - March 1907), Forty-five Minutes from Broadway - Music (November 5, 1906 - December 1, 1906), Popularity - Production (October 1, 1906 - October 1906), The Governor's Son - Performer (June 4, 1906 - August 25, 1906), George Washington, Jr. - Performer (February 12, 1906 - April 21, 1906), Gallops - Music (February 12, 1906 - April 1906), Forty-five Minutes from Broadway - Music (January 1, 1906 - March 17, 1906), Little Johnny Jones - Music (November 13, 1905 - December 2, 1905), Little Johnny Jones - Music (May 8, 1905 - August 26, 1905), Little Johnny Jones - Performer (November 7, 1904 - December 24, 1904), A Little Bit of Everything - Music (June 6, 1904 - September 17, 1904), Mother Goose - Music (December 2, 1903 - February 27, 1904), Running for Office - Performer (April 27, 1903 - June 6, 1903), The Governor's Son - Performer (February 25, 1901 - March 23, 1901)
  • GEORGE M. COHAN Signature by "the man who owned Broadway" on a 3½x2¼ card, in pencil Signature: "George M. Cohan", 3½x2¼, signed in pencil. George M. Cohan (1878-1942) began his career as a child in Vaudeville as part of The Four Cohans. By the time he was a teen, his original skits and songs were being published and sold. read more...

    Sale Price $510.00

    $600.00

  • GEORGE M. COHAN George M. Cohan signs a piece of paper with "Yankee Doodlefully" Signature: "Yankee Doodlefully/Geo. M. Cohan", 1p, 3½x2¾. The song "Yankee Doodle Boy" (also known as "Yankee Doodle Dandy") was written by George M. Cohan for his 1904 Broadway show, Little Johnny Jones. George M. read more...

    Sale Price $990.00

    $1,100.00

  • GEORGE M. COHAN George M. Cohan sends an autograph letter about a friend resigning from a production. Autograph Letter Signed: "Geo. M.," 1p, 8½x7. New York, Friday (no date). read more...

    Sale Price $637.50

    $750.00

  • GEORGE M. COHAN Chatty thank you letter, handwritten and signed in pencil, discussing Charles Dickens and the Boston Red Sox Autograph Letter signed: "George M." in pencil, 1 page, 6¾x10. No place, no date, Saturday". To "Dear Anne", in full: "Thanks for the Dickensians. read more...

    Sale Price $990.00

    $1,100.00

  • GEORGE M. COHAN Small 7x5 publicity photograph shown singing while playing the piano Photograph signed: "To/ASCAPS/SYLVIA./COHAN/AT/PIANO./All good wishes for/a nice little Lady./Sincerely George. M.". B/w, 7x5. George M. read more...

    Sale Price $1,170.00

    $1,300.00

  • GEORGE M. COHAN Black and white publicity photograph of George M. Cohan in a scene from The Phantom President. Photograph inscribed and signed: "To Oscar/your straight/man/George M. Cohan". B/w, 8x10. Movie still from Cohan's first talking picture, The Phantom President (1932). George M. read more...

    Sale Price $1,080.00

    $1,200.00

  • GEORGE M. COHAN George M. Cohan inscribes a menu from a dinner honoring him. Lithographed menu inscribed and signed: "Yes Sir and may we/dine together soon again/George M. Cohan" in pencil, 11x15½. "Dinner to/George M. read more...

    Sale Price $1,350.00

    $1,500.00

  • GEORGE M. COHAN George M. Cohan - "the man who owned Broadway" signs album leaf Inscribed signature: "To Perry/George M. Cohan", 5x4¼ album leaf. George M. Cohan (1878-1942) began his career as a child in Vaudeville as part of The Four Cohans. By the time he was a teen, his original skits and songs were being published and sold. read more...

    Sale Price $255.00

    $300.00

  • GEORGE M. COHAN George M. Cohan signs a program for the National Theatre for his play "The Return of the Vagabond". Program signed: "Geo. M. Cohan", 1p, 5¼x15. Program presented at the National Theater for "The Return of the Vagabond". Lightly creased and toned. read more...

    Sale Price $573.75

    $675.00

  • GEORGE M. COHAN George M. Cohan sends letter inviting Phillip Dunning to serve on a committee Typed Letter Signed: "George M. Cohan", 1p, 8½x11. Hotel Astor, New York, 1939 March 20. To Phillip Dunning, New York. On stationery of The Catholic Actors Guild of America listing Cohan as President. read more...

    Sale Price $807.50

    $950.00

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