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WILLIAM POWELL - AUTOGRAPH - HFSID 343122

WILLIAM POWELL The stage and screen actor elegantly signs his name in pencil Signature: "William Powell" in pencil. 5x3 notebook page. Often cast as a villain in silent films, William Powell (1892-1984) got his start in vaudeville and the New York stage in 1912, with his first movie role as Moriarty in Sherlock Holmes (1922).

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WILLIAM POWELL
The stage and screen actor elegantly signs his name in pencil
Signature: "William Powell" in pencil. 5x3 notebook page. Often cast as a villain in silent films, William Powell (1892-1984) got his start in vaudeville and the New York stage in 1912, with his first movie role as Moriarty in Sherlock Holmes (1922). He became a sophisticated leading man in romantic comedies and light detective fare in the talkie era. His career got a great boost from his pairing with Myrna Loy as husband and wife detectives Nick and Nora Charles in the screen adaptation of Dashiell Hammett's novel The Thin Man (1934) and its six sequels. (He made seven other films with Loy) Though he never won an Oscar, Powell was nominated three times as Best Actor for The Thin Man, My Man Godfrey, (1936) and Life With Father (1947). He retired from filmmaking in 1955 after his role in Mister Roberts, with one final role in the 1969 black-and-white German short Fernes Jamaica (Distant Jamaica). Toned and slightly soiled. Left edge frayed. Small stains throughout. Creased throughout. Otherwise, fine condition.

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