STANLEY HOLLOWAY - AUTOGRAPHED INSCRIBED PHOTOGRAPH CIRCA 1954 - HFSID 289385
STANLEY HOLLOWAY Signed photo wearing a dark hat and suit with a polka dotted bow tie, Inscribed in person to collector Saul Goodman Inscribed photograph signed: "Saul/with all best wishes/Stanley Holloway". B/w 8x10.
Sale Price $722.50
Signed photo wearing a dark hat and suit with a polka dotted bow tie, Inscribed in person to collector Saul Goodman
Inscribed photograph signed: "Saul/with all best wishes/Stanley Holloway". B/w 8x10. Collector's ink note on verso dates signature: October 6, 1954 English stage and screen actor Stanley Holloway (1890-1982) is best remembered for his portrayal of Alfred Doolittle in My Fair Lady, which he performed in New York and London and for which he earned an Oscar nomination in the 1964 film. Holloway was popular in England much earlier, however, performing in silent films from 1921, and recording some popular comedy songs. (One of his hit songs was the still remembered "With Her Head Tucked underneath Her Arm", a ballad of Anne Boleyn's ghost (1930). His film roles included the coveted cameo role of the gravedigger in Olivier's Hamlet (1948). He was a veteran of World War I. Saul Goodman (1919-2003), a New York business man by day, pursued his love of film and theatre in the evening, making friends with many celebrities. While other autograph seekers offered album leaves, Goodman presented stars with snazzy photographs, a rarity then, to sign in fountain pen. Corners lightly worn and creased. Minor smear at "S" in Saul and "w" in with. Otherwise, fine condition.
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