STUBBY KAYE - INSCRIBED SIGNATURE - HFSID 83463
STUBBY KAYE. Inscribed signature: "To Kayo/from/Stubby Kaye/(Nicely-Nicely)", 5x3 card. Magazine photo (likely in his Nicely-Nicely role), color, 1¼x2¾, affixed at left margin. Musical comedy actor Stubby Kaye (1918-1997)
Sale Price $144.00
STUBBY KAYE. Inscribed signature: "To Kayo/from/Stubby Kaye/(Nicely-Nicely)", 5x3 card. Magazine photo (likely in his Nicely-Nicely role), color, 1¼x2¾, affixed at left margin. Musical comedy actor Stubby Kaye (1918-1997) is perhaps best known for his role as Nicely-Nicely Johnson in the 1950 Broadway hit, Guys and Dolls (a role he later reprised in the 1955 film version). Kaye, who was a winner in 1939 on Major Bowe's Amateur Hour radio, had spent most of WWII touring USO bases. Following his soaring popularity with Guys and Dolls, Kaye scored another Broadway-to-Hollywood triumph as Marryin' Sam in both the stage and screen versions of Li'l Abner (1959). He also appeared in such feature films as Sex and the Single Girl (1964), Cat Ballou (1965), Sweet Charity (1969) and Who Framed Roger Rabbit? (1988, his last film role), and in was in a number of made-for-television movies (The Big Knife, 1988, was his last TV appearance). Pencil and ink notes on verso (no show through). Fine condition.
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