TITO GUIZAR - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED - HFSID 19763
Sale Price $162.00
The Mexican musician signs a note stating how happy he is to be back in Chicago
Autograph note signed: "Tito Guízar", 1p, 6x9¼. Chicago, no year. On stationery of Chicago's Bismarck Hotel to unnamed recipient. Accompanied by an unsigned B/w 10x8 photograph. In full: "Tengo mucho gusto en regresar a Chicago, which means I am very happy to be back in Chicago that is always so wonderfully exciting -". Mexican actor/singer Tito Guízar (1908-1999) is credited with introducing the singing cowboy in Mexican films. Guízar, who went to New York in 1929 to study opera, had a radio show there and sang both operas and Mexican cowboy songs at Carnegie Hall. After a brief stint in Hollywood, starring opposite such stars as Roy Rogers, Dorothy Lamour and Mae West, Guízar returned to Spanish-language films and was seen on Mexican TV through the 1990s. Horizontal fold touches the upper portion of the "T" and "G". Ink transfer at lower margin. Fine condition. Publicity photograph, captioned at lower margin. Lightly creased at upper and lower blank corners. Slightly soiled at upper margin. Defects from original negative have reproduced at background. Otherwise, fine condition.
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