TITO GUIZAR - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH 03/03/1943 - HFSID 19764
Sale Price $342.00
The Mexican musician signs a photograph to a friend, inscribing it with affectionate greetings in Spanish
Photograph inscribed and signed: "To Shirley Spencer/con los afectucsos/saludos de su buen/neighbor [with the affectionate greetings of your good neighbor]/Tito Guizar/3-3-43". Sepia toned, 8x10. Photograph by Bruno of Hollywood/New York City (imprint at lower right margin). 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. Lightly soiled at blank margins and upper background. Shaded at edges, chipped at left blank edge. Otherwise, fine condition.
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