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VERA MILES - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: BURL IVES - HFSID 25720

VERA MILES and BURL IVES Vera Miles and Burl Ives send a note on an album leaf to Radio/TV host George Sanders Autograph note signed: "Hi George-/Most enjoyable morning I've spent./Hope 'Pete' and you decide to make it a/team.

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VERA MILES and BURL IVES
Vera Miles and Burl Ives send a note on an album leaf to Radio/TV host George Sanders
Autograph note signed: "Hi George-/Most enjoyable morning I've spent./Hope 'Pete' and you decide to make it a/team. Sanders & Scott would be a great/hit-/Best/Vera Miles Scott" and on verso "Best wishes/George- Good/to meet up with/you again-/Burl", 7½x10 album leaf. VERA MILES proved adept at playing hysterical or mentally imbalanced women. Vera Miles' film roles include The Wrong Man and The Searchers (1956), The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962) and Separate Lives. She was a favorite of director Alfred Hitchcock, who cast her in The Wrong Man, Psycho and his TV dramas. She guest starred in many TV series and pilots through the 1980s. BURL IVES (1909-1995) was both an Academy and Golden Globe winner for Best Actor (The Big Country, 1958) and a popular balladeer ("Itty Bitty Tear", "My Funny Way of Laughing", "Have a Holly Jolly Christmas"). His feature film credits include Smoky (1946, his debut), East of Eden (1955), Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1958, as Big Daddy), Desire Under the Elms (1959, as Ephraim Cabot), Let No Man Write My Epitaph (1960), Summer Magic (1963), The Brass Bottle and Ensign Pulver (both 1964), and Ives also starred in two popular television miniseries, Captains and the Kings (1976) and Roots (1977), as well as a number of made-for-television movies, including the animated holiday favorite, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (1964). Early in his career, Ives was also heard on the radio series The Wayfaring Stranger, and he later appeared in the TV series OK Crackerby (1965) and The Bold Ones: The Lawyers (1969). George R. Sanders, originally a disc jockey, became a prominent radio/TV interview host, first in Los Angeles and later in Portland . Ink notes (unknown hand) at lower corners. Fine condition.

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