Henry King Autographs, Memorabilia & Collectibles
Born: February 08, 1905
Died: August 08, 1974 in Houston, Texas
Henry King (1905-1974) was an actor, musician, and band leader. First appearing in the short Poppin' the Cork, most of his acting appearances were as a bandleader, though one or two have him playing unrelated roles. There are several shorts featuring his Orchestra, ranging from the 1930's to 1950's. Henry King and his Orchestra also played frequently on the popular radio show Burns and Allen.
1944-Sweethearts-of-the-U.S.A. (Performer), 1938-Sunset-Murder-Case (Performer), 1937-Please-Keep-Me-in-Your-Dreams (Sound), 1938-Sunset-Murder-Case (Music Department), 1937-Please-Keep-Me-in-Your-Dreams (in person), 1943-Spotlight-Revue (in person), 1942-Journey-for-Margaret (Performer), 1942-The-Yanks-Are-Coming (Performer), 1937-Henry-King-and-His-Orchestra (in person), 1945-Out-of-This-World (Performer), 1935-Page-Miss-Glory (Sound), 1933-Poppin'-the-Cork (Performer), 1950-Ethel-Smith-and-Henry-King-Orchestra (in person), 1942-Mrs.-Miniver (Performer), 1942-Random-Harvest (Performer), 1938-Paramount-Headliner:-Easy-on-the-Ice (Performer), 1936-The-Ring-Goes-'Round (Performer), 1947-It-Pays-to-Be-Funny (Other), 1944-Swing-Serenade (in person)
HENRY KING - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED CIRCA 1961 - HFSID 207178Rare letter from the bandleader and actor requesting that all his mail be forward to his address in Houston, Texas Autograph letter signed: "Henry King", in blue ink, 8½x11. In full: "Dear Mr. [illegible]: Please direct all mail to the above address - Thank you -".
Sale Price $198.00