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Manuscript and Collectibles Auction


Celebrity Autographs
 
 
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Lot 597
All In The Family - Album Signed By Entire Cast. Album from the hit CBS show, "All In The Family," hand signed by Carroll O'Connor (in blue marker), Jean Stapleton (in red marker), Rob Reiner (in black marker), and Sally Stuthers, with "Love" added above (in blue marker). The show debuted on January 12, 1971 and ran through April 8, 1979; it was number one in the ratings from 1971 to 1976.
Estimated Value $150 - 200.
From the personal collection of Mark Sullivan, president of Hollywood Prop Supply.

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$90
Lot 598
Amos 'n' Andy - Freeman F. Gosden and Charles J. Correll. Signatures of "Amos / F.F. Gosden" and "Andy / C.J. Correll" in brown ink on 3" x 5" cards, no place, no date. Fine condition. With a printed, published six-page script to Episode No. 2225, "Amos' Wedding," that aired on Christmas Day 1935; front cover has paper loss at top left; fair condition. Also, words and music to "Three Little Words," a song featured in an Amos 'n' Andy episode; pages separated with tears; poor condition. "Amos 'n' Andy" was a radio comedy serial first broadcast in March 1928, written and voiced by Freeman Gosden and Charles Correll. It was popular from the 1920s through the 1950s, at its peak reaching a weekly audience of 40,000,000 listeners, one-third of the total U.S. population. Accompanied by a 3" x 5" piece of paper signed "Sincerely Fibber McGee & Molly," referring to Jim and Marian Jordan's radio show that ran from 1935 to 1959; tape on verso.
Estimated Value $300 - 500.
From the personal collection of Chicago television pioneer and puppeteer, Bruce Newton.

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Lot 599
("Amos 'n' Andy" Television Series) Spencer Williams, Jr (1893-1968)) African-American actor/director discovered by Gosden and Correll when casting the television version of their popular radio series Amos 'n' Andy. Williams portrayed Andy in 78 half-hour episodes between 1951 and 1953. 7½" x5½" photograph from the TV show, issued by CBS TV and signed and inscribed across from the photo on the inside of the holder, "To: Kathy. Hel-l-o-o-o! From: Spencer Williams Jr. / Andy - Amos N Andy TV." Excellent condition.
Estimated Value $100 - 200.
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$192
Lot 600
Arnaz, Lucille Ball (1911 1989) American actress and comedian; star of the classic sitcom "I Love Lucy." Pink Check Signed in full on Lucy's personal account with the Bank of America, Hollywood, California, 25 May 1955. Paid to Cadillac Fashions, Inc. in the amount of $50. The notation at left says, "Suit for Fred Ball"; Fred was Lucy's brother.
Estimated Value $300 - 500.
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Lot 601
Astaire & Rogers. LIFE Magazine from August 22, 1938 Inscribed and Signed, "To Don / Many blessings / Ginger Rogers," and "Fred Astaire," 14x10½", n.p., n.d. Fine; light toning and a couple of small spots at upper right. The cover features the two doing the "Yam" and a three-page spread (pages 28-30) has numerous pictures and discusses their new movie, Carefree.
Estimated Value $200 - 400.
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$288
Lot 602
Baxter, Warner & Chester Morris. Two 10" x 8" Photographs Inscribed to Joe. Warner Baxter writes, "To Joe, with my very best wishes always…"; fine. Chester Morris writes, "To Joe--Best wishes," and adds the date, "1934" after his name; very good - a few faint specks on his right cheek.
Estimated Value $200 - 250.
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Lot 603
(The Beatles) John Lennon's Last Autograph. A 7" x 5" piece of tan, lined paper signed, "for Ribeah, love, John Lennon" followed by doodled portraits of himself and Yoko, followed by the year, "1980." Yoko Ono signed below John.

This historic item was signed by Lennon for the switchboard operator at Record Plant Studios in New York City on the night of December 8, 1980 at approximately 10:25 P.M., immediately before leaving the studios and heading back to the Dakota, where Mark David Chapman shot and fatally wounded him at 10:50 P.M.

A sworn affadavit, signed by Rabiah Vincent, the switchboard operator who obtained Lennon's final autograph, accompanies the piece and is framed with it (on the back).Sworn before a notary public on December 16, 1980, the affadavit says, in part: "I am an employee at Record Plant Studios, 321 West 44th Street, New York, New York. I was operating the switchboard at the Record Plant on the night of December 8, 1980, from 5:00 P.M. until 3:00 A.M. the next morning… John Lennon and Yoko Ono were working at the Record Plant that night with their producer Jack Douglas in the mixing room on the 10th Floor. At approximately 10:25 P.M. as John Lennon and Yoko Ono were leaving Record Plant they gave me a drawing done by John Lennon and signed by him and Yoko Ono…."

Around 5 P.M. on December 8th Lennon signed a copy of his Double Fantasy album for Chapman, who was waiting outside the Dakota as Lennon and Ono left for the recording studio. Chapman, who had come from Hawaii with the express intention of murdering Lennon, had the gun in his pocket at that time but did not carry out his diabolical plan until John and Yoko returned that night.

John's last autograph is matted and framed to an overall size of 12¼ 10¼". A unique and poignant memento.
Estimated Value $40,000 - 50,000.
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Lot 604
(The Beatles) "Hey Jude" LP. 1969 Capitol Records prepared compilation of singles, known as "Hey Jude" or "The Beatles Again," which was released in February 1970. This metal acetate, dated 12/11/69, has Bell Sound Studios (New York) labels and includes a great Bell Sound cover which has a photo of the recording studio on the front and photos of Bell Sound staff on the back. Also included are Sam's handwritten EQ notes. Included on the record are: "Hey Jude," "Old Brown Shoe," "Don't Let Me Down," "Ballad of John & Yoko," "Can't Buy Me Love," "I Should Have Known Better," "Paperback Writer," "Rain," "Lady Madonna," and "Revolution."
Estimated Value $1,000 - 1,500.
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$810
Lot 605
(The Beatles) John Lennon's "Imagine". An unusual version of John Lennon's 1971 classic album. This is a set of two one-sided metal acetates of the album which have Apple Records (New York) labels. Apple acetates themselves are highly collectable, but what makes this set odd is that the acetates are not 12" in diameter; they are 14"! Also unusual is that they actually have the matrix numbers of the released LP scribed in the trail-off area, along with a Bell Sound logo. Most acetates do not have any trail-off markings. Largely scribed around the outer perimeter on each acetate are the words "Apple (for Capitol)." A sensational Lennon artifact!
Estimated Value $1,000 - 1,500.
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$1,150
Lot 606
(The Beatles) Original Artwork. Original artwork for the handbill for The Beatles August 23, 1966 appearance at Shea Stadium in New York. The paste-up art is composed of five separate photo glossy sections pieced together, measuring 8¼"x 4¾", each piece glued to 10½"x7½" art board with hand-drawn border. This would be The Beatles' second (the first was Aug. 15, 1965) and final appearance at Shea Stadium. A one-of-a-kind item from their final concert tour.
Estimated Value $700 - 800.
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$403
Lot 607
Belushi, John (1949-1982) Actor and comedian best known for his work on Saturday Night Live, National Lampoon's Animal House, and The Blues Brothers. August 10, 1978 issue of Rolling Stone signed on the cover in black marker. Belushi's picture is on the cover and the feature story is about him.
Estimated Value $100 - 200.
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$60
Lot 608
Benny, Jack (1894-1974) Radio and television comedian. Typed Letter Signed on personal letterhead, 1 p, 10½"x 7¼", Beverly Hills, California, 1 Mar. 1965. Fine; two staples at upper left. To E.F. Hutton partner Gerald M. Loeb, saying he received Loeb's note and dollar bill. "…Got a big kick out of it…I like your sense of humor…here's the buck [not present]…".
Estimated Value $200 - 300.
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Lot 609
Benny, Jack. Photograph Inscribed and Signed, "To Charlie / All the best / Jack Benny, 10" x 8", Fair; Benny's writing is very light; there is a closed tear at left and staple marks in all corners. Still a funny photograph of the great Jack Benny pretending to play his violin with a golf club.
Estimated Value $150 - 200.
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Lot 610
Berkeley, Busby (1895-1976) Dance choreographer; movie director; famous for elaborate musical production numbers. Samuel Goldwyn Inc. petty cash voucher signed in black ink, 4¼" x 5", Los Angeles, 20 Aug. 1932. Berkeley signs for one day's salary - $41.66. Fine.
Estimated Value $125 - 150.
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Lot 611
Bernhardt, Sarah (1844-1923) Legendary French stage actress, called "The Divine Sarah. Postcard Photograph Signed " Souvenir sympathique de Sarah Bernhardt 1906" in black ink. Fine. A three-quarter, right profile portrait of the internationally-renowned star. Bernhardt was made a member of France's Legion of Honor (1914) and also has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Estimated Value $400 - 600.
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$360
Lot 612
Brice, Fanny (1891-1951) Comedian, singer, and entertainer; Ziegfeld Follies star; portrayed by Barbra Streisand in the movie Funny Girl. Document Signed, 1p, 11x8½", no place, 14 Apr. 1944. Fine; file holes at top. Regarding a contract between William Morris Agency, Inc. and Miss Brice "covering the radio field." Also signed by a representative for William Morris.
Estimated Value $150 - 200.
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Lot 613
Capra, Frank (1897-1991) Academy Award-winning director of popular films of the 1930s and 1940s, including the classics It's a Wonderful Life and Mr. Smith Goes to Washington. Document Signed, 2pp, 13x8½", 13" x 8", no place, 30 June 1933. Very Fine. An agreement between Frank Capra ("Party of the first part") and Joseph B. Walker and Sheldon K Johnson ("Party of the second part") regarding "a certain communicating device" in which Capra had invested and which needed further investment.
Estimated Value $200 - 300.
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Lot 614
Chaplin, Charles (1889-1977) British actor, director, and producer; affectionately known as "The Little Tramp," "Charlie" or "Charlot." Self-drawn Caricature of Chaplin's trademark "Little Tramp" character, drawn and signed in blue ink, on 3" x 5" blue paper, no place, no date. Very fine.
Estimated Value $400 - 700.
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$891
Lot 615
Chaplin, Charles. Signature with sentiment and date, "Faithfully Charlie Chaplin 1943" on a 3" x 5" piece of paper. Fine except for show-through from an old tape remnant on the verso just below the "Ch" in "Chaplin. Signed in brown ink.
Estimated Value $250 - 350.
From the personal collection of early Chicago television personality Bruce Newton.

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$150
Lot 616
Cooper, Gary (1901-61) Handsome actor who personified the stalwart man of integrity; Oscar winner for Sergeant York (1941) and High Noon (1952). Sheet Music for the song "Do Not Forsake Me" from High Noon Signed, "Greetings / Gary Cooper," n.p., n.d. Fine; light edge wear to cover.
Estimated Value $100 - 200.
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$230
Lot 617
Crawford, Joan. Photograph Signed "Hello to Herbert Sprickman from Joan Crawford," 13" x 10", no place, no date. No photographers's imprint on this glamorous photo of a young Crawford. Very good; crease in upper left corner; a tiny piece of tape at lower left corner, and a few tape remnants on the verso. Miss Crawford signed with a fountain pen. Sprickman (now in his 80s) was a young boy who hung around the studios looking for autographs from stars.
Estimated Value $200 - 300.
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$138
Lot 618
Davis, Sammy Jr (1925-90) Dancer, singer, musician, comedian, and actor. Typed Letter Signed on personal letterhead, 1p., 10½x7", n.p., 7 Mar. 1973. Very fine. To Murray Smith of Los Angeles, thanking him for being "a Jewish Big Brother to a fatherless boy." Davis converted to Judaism in 1954.
Estimated Value $150 - 200.
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$115
Lot 619
Durante, Jimmy. 13" x 10" Photograph Inscribed and Signed, "Mar - 3 - 32 To Minna - Listen Min Just a good guy on the Loose - My Best Always Jimmie Durante." Ssome ink specks at upper left; one small crease on Durante's left shoulder and a couple of small solarized spots.
Estimated Value $100 - 150.
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$115
Lot 620
(Easy Rider) Dennis Hopper, Peter Fonda, & Jack Nicholson. Album with music from the soundtrack of the 1969 "road film" Easy Rider signed on the cover by the three stars. Dennis Hopper added, "Thanks" above his name. Minor wear to cover, else fine.
Estimated Value $150 - 200.
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$264
Lot 621
Fairbanks, Douglas Jr (1909-2000) Actor and war hero. Typed Letter Signed, 1p, 11x8½", Palm Beach, Florida, 23 Aug., 1985, refusing an offer to have his photo on the cover of a book. With two small photographs signed, one picturing him as a yound man and one as an older man.
Estimated Value $100 - 150.
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Lot 622
Fields, W.C (1879-1946) Stage and screen comedian/actor. Bold Signature in black ink on a 3" x 5" card, no place, no date. With a 10" x 8" publicity photo. Fine condition.
Estimated Value $300 - 400.
From the personal collection of Chicago television pioneer and puppeteer, Bruce Newton.

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Lot 623
Fields, W.C. Bold Signature in black ink on a 3" x 5" card, no place, no date. Fine condition.
Estimated Value $300 - 400.
From the personal collection of Chicago television pioneer and puppeteer, Bruce Newton.

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Lot 624
Flynn, Errol (1909-59) Swashbuckling hero of action-adventure films. Movie still from the 1945 movie Objective Burma Inscibed and Signed to character actor Timothy Carey, "Hello Tim / regards Errol Flynn," 7x5", no place, no date. Fine condition; lightly toned and former pasting remnants on verso.
Estimated Value $500 - 700.
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Lot 625
Gilbert, John & Franchot Tone. Two Photographs Inscribed to Joe Coria and Signed by Gilbert and Tone. Gilbert is 13¼" x 10½", by Irving Chidnoff, N.Y.; edge damage and missing corners can be matted out. Tone is 13" x 10"; poor to fair, with numerous creases, damaged corners, and some discoloration under eyes and in background.
Estimated Value $200 - 300.
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$184
Lot 626
Hepburn, Katharine & O'Toole - Signed "The Lion in Winter" Soundtrack. Original soundtrack album cover hand signed by Katharine Hepburn in blue marker and by Peter O'Toole in black marker, no place, no date. The two starred in the 1968 movie about Eleanor of Aquitaine and Henry II. O'Toole's signature is a little light.
Estimated Value $200 - 300.
From the personal collection of Mark Sullivan, president of Hollywood Prop Supply.

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$173
Lot 627
Hudson, Rock. Autograph Note Signed "Rock" on personal note card, 4¼" x 6¼" (Los Angeles, c. 1982). To "Dear Margo," thanking her for some fruit and her thoughtfulness, "all help to make getting well easy. Look forward to working with you soon." Margo Zinberg was a publicist for NBC on the television series "The Devlin Connection"; production was suspended for a year while Hudson recovered from quintuple bypass heart surgery.
Estimated Value $100 - 125.
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Lot 628
Hughes, Howard ((1905-76) American aviator, industrialist, movie producer, and eccentric billionaire. Coat Check Ticket from The Baker, a Dallas, Texas hotel that was imploded the the 1980s, signed on the back, n.d. Fine; the perforated line that is normally torn to give half to the patron passes between the "e" and "s" in "Hughes." The Baker in Dallas was one of several hotels owned by hotel magnate T.B. Baker. His hotel in Mineral Wells, Texas, known for its "healing" waters, was visited by names such as Judy Garland, Clark Gable and the Three Stooges.
Estimated Value $600 - 800.
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Lot 629
Karloff, Boris (1887-1969) Actor best known for portraying the legendary monster Frankenstein. Two Signatures in pencil on 3" x 5" cards. One is inscribed, "Bruce Best wishes" and the other "To the Autograph Club Best wishes." Fine. The "Bruce" to whom the first one is inscribed is Bruce Newton, an early Chicago television personality and puppeteer.
Estimated Value $800 - 1,000.
From the personal collection of Bruce Newton.

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Lot 630
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Lot 631
Kelly, Grace (1929-82) Beautiful actress who became Princess of Monaco. April 11, 1965 issue of LIFE Magazine Signed "To Ray / Grace Kelly" in black ink on the cover. Miss Kelly was featured as the Academy Award winner for Country Girl. Pages 117 and 118 have photos of Miss Kelly and also Marlon Brando, who won for his performance in On the Waterfront. Very good; light toning and wear to cover.
Estimated Value $150 - 250.
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$192
Lot 632
Lasky, Jesse L (1880-1958) Co-founder of the first feature-film company in Hollywood. Document Signed as First Vice President of the Famous Players-Lasky Corporation, 1p, 13x8", New York, 12 May 1920. Lasky was going abroad "to supervise the inauguration of a studio in London, England," and, not having his income tax receipts for 1918 or 1919 with him, was required to give this sworn affidavit that he had paid his taxes.
Estimated Value $250 - 350.
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Lot 633
Laurel and Hardy. Photograph Inscribed and Signed, "Hello Bruce! Stan Laurel. Oliver Hardy," 8" x 10", no place, no date. Very fine except for a few skips in the ink in the inscription and Laurel's signature. Both men signed in brown ink. The "Bruce" to whom the photo is inscribed was Bruce Newton, an early Chicago television personality and puppeteer. 8" x 10" photos signed by the comic duo are much rarer than smaller photos.
Estimated Value $800 - 1,000.
From the personal collection of Bruce Newton.

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$661
Lot 634
Laurel and Hardy. Photograph Inscribed and Signed, "Hello Bruce! Stan Laurel. Oliver Hardy," 5" x 7", no place, no date. Very fine condition. Both men signed in blue ink; Hardy's signature is in a darker blue ink than Laurel's. The "Bruce" to whom the photo is inscribed was Bruce Newton, an early Chicago television personality and puppeteer.
Estimated Value $500 - 750.
From the personal collection of Bruce Newton.

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$437
Lot 635
Laurel and Hardy. Signatures of the comic duo on a 3" x 5" piece of paper, no place, no date. Stan Laurel signed in black ink; Oliver Hardy signed in brown ink. Very good; some show-through from old tape on verso used to repair an almost-invisible vertical tear that affects the "r" in "Laurel."
Estimated Value $400 - 600.
From the personal collection of Bruce Newton, an early Chicago television personality and puppeteer.

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Lot 636
Lee, Brandon Bruce (1965-93) Actor; son of martial artist and actor Bruce Lee. 10x8" promotion photo from the movie "Rapid Fire" signed in black marker, no place, no date. Fine.
Estimated Value $250 - 350.
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$150
Lot 637
M.A.S.H. - Original Soundtrack Recording Signed. Album hand signed on the cover in black marker by Donald Sutherland, Tom Skerritt, Elliott Gould, Robert Duvall, and Robert Altman; Sally Kellerman signed in blue marker, and Jo Ann Pflug in red marker. Stamped "Promotion / Not For Sale" on the back. M.A.S.H. ran for 11 seasons (1972-83); its farewell episode was the single most watched episode of any television series ever.
Estimated Value $300 - 500.
From the personal collection of Mark Sullivan, president of Hollywood Prop Supply.

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Lot 638
(Magic) Harry Blackstone (1895-1965) American stage magician. Postcard Photograph Inscribed and Signed, "To The Autograph Club / good luck fellows / Harry Blackstone / 1-25-44," 5½" x 3½". The photo pictures Blackstone with his shock of white hair. At lower right is printed, "Blackstone, World's Foremost Magician." Very fine condition.
Estimated Value $150 - 200.
From the personal collection of Chicago television pioneer and puppeteer, Bruce Newton.

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$90
Lot 639
Newman, Paul & Redford, Robert. Black derby signed in silver marker on the crown by Newman and Redford. The size 7¼ derby, made by Knox, New York, shows no wear and comes with a battered but colorful Knox hatbox.
Estimated Value $300 - 400.
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$546
Lot 640
Reeve, Christopher. Original Sound Track from Superman II Signed in blue marker on the cover, n.p., n.d. Very good; light edge wear to cover edges; the name of a former owner is written on the record label. Reeve (1952-2004) played Superman/Clark Kent in four movies between 1978 and 1987. A riding accident rendered him a quadraplegic in 1995.
Estimated Value $100 - 200.
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Lot 641
Robert Englund "Freddy Krueger" Signed Replica Glove & Sketch. Replica of the slasher glove used by actor Robert Englund as "Freddy Krueger" in "A Nightmare o Elm Street" Signed "Robert Englund." A cloth black glove is attached to the soft plastic blades, which have adjustable finger straps, and movable knuckle joints; the glove has an adjustable wrist strap. Accompanied by a 3½x5" card with an original sketch by Englund of "Freddy" and signed "Freddy" and "R. Englund."
Estimated Value $200 - 400.
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Lot 642
Sellers, Peter (1925-800 English actor; best known for playing the role of the bungling Inspector Clouseau in the 1963 movie The Pink Panther and four sequesls made between 1964 and 1978. 1963 Album: "The Pink Panther., Music from the Film Score Composed and Conducted by Henry Mancini " Signed "Peter Sellers June 1977" in blue ink on the cover. Very good.
Estimated Value $100 - 200.
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$86
Lot 643
Serling, Rod (1924-75) Screenwriter most famous for his science fiction series, The Twilight Zone., which aired for 156 episodes from 1959 to 1964; it still has a loyal fan base. Photograph Inscribed and Signed, "For Jane Chang / all best / Rod Serling," in black marker, 10" x 8", no place, no date. Fair; a couple of creases; damage at right edge can be matted out.
Estimated Value $200 - 300.
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$264
Lot 644
Skelton, Red (1913-97) Comedian; known as America's favorite clown. Colorful print of a clown painting made by Skelton in 1972, Signed in black ink. Fine except for one ½" tear in the background. The very expressive piece is 20" x 16". It was signed in person for comedy writer Ray Singer ("The Lucy Show," etc.), who was a guest in Skelton's home.
Estimated Value $300 - 500.
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$518
Lot 645
(Television and Radio History). Photograph of Chicago Mayor Martin H. Kennelly Inscribed and Signed, "It was a privilege to be on program of first television network broadcast. It was an historic event. Martin H. Kennelly, Mayor City of Chicago / Jan 11 - 1949," 7" x 8", matted to 9½" x 12½". Fine. The slightly grainy image of Mayor Kennelly was "photographed in New York as he spoke from Chicago during the program launching the coaxial cable transmission…" With two signatures of Lowell Thomas, top radio commentator during the 1930s and 40s, one on a business card (laid to larger paper), and one on a slip of paper inscribed to Bruce (Newton). (3 items).
Estimated Value $100 - 200.
From the personal collection of Chicago television pioneer Bruce Newton.

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Lot 646
Thalberg, Irving (1899-1936) Vice president and creative head of M-G-M, known for his high production values; called "The Boy Wonder." Document Signed as Vice President of M-M-M, 3½pp, 10x8½", Culver City, California, 15 June 1932. Fine; upper edge is unevenly trimmed, affecting nothing. A contract employing Harold Hecht "in staging and directing dances in connection with our photoplay entitled 'Good Time Girl'".
Estimated Value $200 - 300.
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