TOMMY DIX - PROGRAM SIGNED - HFSID 80894
Sale Price $162.00
The Best Foot Forward star and nightclub singer signs program for his show in black ink
Program signed: "Tommy/ Dix" in black ink. 4 pages, 4½x6. Program from Dix's performance at the Copley Plaza in Boston, Massachusetts. Tommy Dix (b. 1923) rose to fame when he appeared on Major Bowes' Amateur Hour in 1936; he went on to sing 'Buckle Down, Winsocki" in the 1941 Broadway musical Best Foot Forward, which was recorded and became a major hit. MGM bought the film rights, and hired Dix to play the lead role. He went on to become a successful night club performer for the rest of the 1940s, before quitting show business and going into construction and real estate. Toned. Corners rounded. Creased throughout. Otherwise, fine condition.
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