TEX RITTER - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 01/10/1938 - HFSID 269167
TEX RITTER Tex Ritter signed this typed letter with New Year's wishes on his personalized stationery in 1938. Typed Letter signed: "Tex", 1p, 7x10½. No place, 1938 January 10. On personal letterhead to "Dear Miss Moyer"
Sale Price $467.50
Tex Ritter signed this typed letter with New Year's wishes on his personalized stationery in 1938.
Typed Letter signed: "Tex", 1p, 7x10½. No place, 1938 January 10. On personal letterhead to "Dear Miss Moyer". In full: "Thank you very, very much for the nice card and for your letter. I am so sorry that your holidays had to start out with illness in the family and I certainly hope that things are happier now. I may be a little late, but I would like to wish you a happier and more successful year for 1939 than you've ever had before. I'm sorry that the scene in WHERE THE BUFFALO ROAM affected you so much but I am proud that anything I can do could move anyone so much. No, I don't sing on the radio any more. I've been so wrapped up in this picture business that I just left radio entirely. However, I may go back on the air in the Fall and if I do I'll let you know about it. The scenes in the outdoor sequences are all filmed way out from Hollywood. We go far off and get some really deserted country. Thank you again for writing and my sincere regards. I hope your mother has completely recovered now and is home again with you. Sy." Lightly soiled. Otherwise, fine condition. Accompanied by 7x4 typed envelope to Miss Susanna Moyer, Reading, Pennsylvania, postmarked Los Angeles, California, January 11, 1938. Ritter's printed name, matching letterhead, on flap verso. Slightly soiled. Neatly torn at top edge. Otherwise, fine condition. Ritter (1905-1974, born Maurice Woodward Ritter in Marvaul, Texas) was a country music star who also was successful in Westerns, appearing in 85 films. Rivaling Gene Autry in popularity at the beginning of his career, Ritter curtailed his filmmaking in the late 1940s, opting to tour in live shows with his horse, White Flash. As a singer, he became a weekly fixture at the Grand Ole Opry. The father of actor John Ritter, he is the only entertainer elected to both the Cowboy Hall of Fame and the Country Music Hall of Fame. Two items.
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