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This is a rare and incredible Walt Disney signed item.It's the going away card for Grace Christensen, Grace was working for Walt Disney in his Studio Garage in 1930, she was the head of the color paint department and retired in 1951.It's on a 10 x 15 in. board, signed by over 50 of thebest Disney animators, including Walt Disney.I've seen many of these cards for other animators,Walt would rarely sign one.This is signed by so many great animators, I'llmention some:Eyvind Earle, Ward Kimball, Les ... moreClark, Claude Coats,Ken Anderson, Art Riley, Ollie Johnston, Jack Kinney,Fred Moore, Milt Kahl and a nice Walt Disney signature.Grace became a Disney Legend in 2000.$20 for priority mail, only US shipping.
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HistoryForSaletm Autographs & ManuscriptsMake an Offer Today and Get a Quick Response! Take a Look at This Week's Specials! ERROL FLYNN - BOOK PAGE SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: DON "RED" BARRY, HOAGY CARMICHAEL, HENRY O'NEILL, LOU "THE COSMIC PUNCH" NOVA, CHARLES J. WINNINGER, HOWARD HILL, HARRY VON ZELL, JIMMY "BABY FACE" McLARNIN, HUNTLEY GORDON, CHARLES D. COBURN, MONTY "THE BEARD" WOOLLEY, GENE AUTRY, LINDA DARNELL, CARY GRANT, ALEXIS SMITH, VICTOR McLEOD, ROBERT BARRAT, CHARLES KENYON, HELEN GERALD, ... moreGUINN "BIG BOY" WILLIAMS, RICHARD A. CARROLL, GORDON EDWARDS, CLYDE GERONIMI, EDDIE (EDWARD F. CLINES) CLINE, WILLIAM T. "W. T." LACKEY - HFSID 284217 HOLLYWOOD STARS: ERROL FLYNN, CARY GRANT, GENE AUTRY, HOAGY CARMICHAEL and MANY, MANY OTHERS Book page from Movie Lot to Beachhead (1945), filled on front and verso with signatures of film celebrities Book Page signed: (on first side) "Errol Flynn", "Cary Grant", "Gene Autry", "Hoagy Carmichael", "Linda/Darnell" , Charles Coburn", "Donald Berry", "Monty Woolley", "Charles Winninger", "Henry O'Neill", "Jimmy McLarnin", "Lou Nova", "Alexis Smith", "Charlie Kenyon", "Huntley Gordon", "Howard Hill", "Helen Gerald", "'Big Boy' Williams", "Harry Von Zell" and 6 unidentified signatures; and on verso: "Robert Barratt", "Richard A. Carroll", "Gordon Edwards", "Clyde Geronimi", "Eddie Cline", "Victor McLeod","WT Lackey", and numerous unidentified signatures, 2 pages (front and verso), 6½x9½, originally blank pages. In 1945, the editors of Look magazine published Movie Lot to Beachhead, a studio of the movie industry's response to World War II. An owner of the book devoted himself to gathering signatures of persons involved in the motion picture industry during this period, including major stars but also other studio employees. This collection is the result. The swashbuckling, high-living Australian-American ERROL FLYNN (1909-1959) starred in such adventure epics as Captain Blood (1935), The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938), They Died With Their Boots On (as Custer, 1941) and Objective, Burma! His sword fight with Basil Rathbone in Robin Hood remains one of the best ever filmed. Flynn tried to volunteer for military service during World War II, but was rejected because of his many health problems. His autobiography, My Wicked, Wicked Ways, is considered one of the best film memoirs. Debonair British-born leading man, CARY GRANT (1904-1986) won a special Academy Award in 1969 (after two nominations as Best Actor). His films include She Done Him Wrong (1933, with Mae West), Topper (1937), Gunga Din (1939), The Philadelphia Story (1940), Arsenic and Old Lace (1944), An Affair to Remember (1957), North by Northwest (1959) and Charade (1963). In 1999, the American Film Institute named him the second greatest male star of all time. GENE AUTRY (1907-1998), the original singing cowboy, appeared in his first western in 1934. He was the only western star to be listed among the top ten moneymakers from 1938-1942. In 1942, Autry was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Song for "Be Honest With Me" from his film, Ridin' on a Rainbow. The Gene Autry Show was televised on CBS from 1950-1956, and The Adventures of Champion, which starred Autry's horse, also ran on CBS from 1955-1956. Autry's business interests included a radio and TV chain, ranches, oil wells, a flying school, a music publishing company (he wrote 200 songs including "Here Comes Santa Claus") and the California Angels baseball team . HOAGY CARMICHAEL (1899-1981), one of the great composers of American popular song, wrote such standards as "Stardust", "Georgia On My Mind" and "Heart and Soul", and the Academy Award winning (1951) "In the Cool, Cool, Cool of the Evening". He also sang and played (piano and occasionally trumpet) well enough to perform his own songs, and also appeared as a character actor in 14 films. Actress LINDA DARNELL (1923-1965) scored a personal triumph in 1944's September Storm and starred in the much-sought-after leading role in 1947's Forever Amber. She followed up this triumph with two of her best parts--Paul Douglas' "wrong side of the tracks" wife in A Letter to Three Wives (1949) and Richard Widmark's racist girlfriend in No Way Out (1950). Tragically, Darnell died in 1965 of severe burns suffered in a house fire, attempting to save a friend's child, who had already escaped. Ironically, she had a lifelong fear of dying in flames, speaking publicly of her phobia after appearing in a "burned at the stake" sequence in the 1946 film Anna and the King of Siam . Broadway actor, producer and director CHARLES COBURN (1877-1961) did not appear in his first feature film (Of Human Hearts) until 1938, when he was 61. In 1940, he portrayed Dr. Henry Gordon, who unjustly amputated Drake McHugh's (Ronald Reagan) legs in Kings Row, resulting in the future President's greatest screen line (and title of his first autobiography): "Where's the rest of me?" Coburn was nominated for three Academy Awards for Best Supporting Actor (The Devil and Miss Jones , 1941; The More the Merrier, his win, 1943 ; and The Green Years, 1946). DONALD "RED" BARRY (1912-1980) became known as "Red" after he starred in many Republic Pictures western films of the 1940s, notably the serial The Adventures of Red Ryder. He made roughly 200 guest appearances in TV series such as Perry Mason, Bonanza, Dragnet 1967, and Ironside and played supporting roles in films - Shalako (1968), Crash (1978), and Back Roads (1980) until his suicide in 1980. MONTY WOOLLEY (1888-1963), born Edgar M. Wooley, was an Oscar-nominated American actor and stage director. Woolley was born into privilege at the New York City's Bristol Hotel - which his father owned - and grew up with the glitterati of his age. He became president of the Yale Dramatic Association and later, after serving as an intelligence officer in France during World War I, led the Yale Experimental Theatre until 1927. His friend Cole Porter helped him break into professional theatre as a stage director. He had 10 Broadway credits, mostly as a director, between 1929 and 1941. Woolley got onto the big screen with an un-credited role in Ladies in Love (1936) and went on to appear in over 30 movies and TV shows. Woolley was known as "The Beard" for his full beard. Among his most memorable performances were as the bombastic and authoritarian Sheridan Whiteside in the Broadway production The Man Who Came to Dinner (1939-1941) and its 1941 film adaptation. He could also display great depth, as shown by his Oscar-nominated performances in The Pied Piper (1942) and Since You Went Away (1944). Character actor CHARLES WINNINGER (1884-1969) is probably best remembered today for his numerous film performances in grandfatherly roles, often played with a roguish twinkle in a wandering eye. His career stretched back into the 19th Century. A part of his family's vaudeville act, he performed at the Chicago World Fair of 1893. He debuted on Broadway in 1912 and in movies three years later. In all, Winninger appeared in 16 Broadway shows between 1912 and 1951, including the role of Cap'n Andy in the original production (1927-1929) and first revival (1932) of Show Boat (a role he reprised in the 1936 film adaptation) and over 70 movies and TV shows between 1915 and 1960, including Three Smart Girls (1936), Nothing Sacred (1937), Destry Rides Again (1939) and State Fair (1945). Stage actor HENRY O'NEILL (1891-1961) made his film debut in 1930, appearing in a long list of films, including Madame Du Barry (1934), Jezebel (1938), Brother Rat (1938), Santa Fe Trail (1940), The Virginian (1946) and The Wings of Eagles (1957, his last film). Irish- born Canadian boxer JIMMY McLARNIN (1907-2004) was twice the world welterweight champion (1933-1935). In 1966 Ring magazine ranked him the fifth greatest welterweight of all time, and he is enshrined in the International Boxing Hall of Fame . McLarnin, nicknamed "the Baby-Faced Assassin", retired at the top of his game in 1936, after whipping top-ranked boxers Tony Canzoneri and Lou Ambers. Unlike many prize fighters, he saved and invested his winnings and retired comfortably, refusing requests to re-enter the ring but appearing in several films, including Joe Palooka (1946). Another boxer, LOU NOVA (1913-1991) was World Amateur Champion in 1935. "The Cosmic Punch" won his first 22 professional fights, retiring with a record of 49-9-5. He beat some top-flight heavyweights, including Max Baer twice, but was pummeled by Joe Louis in their 1941 bout. Nova appeared in 20 films, and recited "Casey at the Bat" in the successful Broadway play, The Happiest Millionaire (1956). He made several TV appearances, including Hopalong Cassidy, 77 Sunset Strip and Get Smart. Canadian- born actress ALEXIS SMITH (1921-1993) trained as a dancer before being signed by Warner Bros. in 1941. Billed as "The Dynamite Girl" and "The Flame Girl", Smith starred in a number of films, including Gentleman Jim (1942), The Adventures of Mark Twain (1944), The Horn Blows at Midnight (1945), Rhapsody in Blue (1945), Night and Day (1946), Of Human Bondage (1946), Beau James (1957), The Young Philadelphians (1959) and The Age of Innocence (1993). Smith, who appeared in many TV guest spots, was equally well known for her stage work. Married to actor Craig Stevens from June 18, 1944 until her death, Smith toured with her husband in such musicals as Mary, Mary, Critics Choice and Cactus Flower, and she made several appearances on Broadway, winning a Tony Award for Best Actress in a Musical for Follies (1972), and being nominated for another in Platinum (1979). CHARLES KENYON (1880-1961) arrived in Hollywood to adapt his stage play Kindling as a silent film. He stayed on to write screenplays for over 100 movies, including John Ford's Iron Horse (1924) and The Petrified Forest (1936), remaining active through the 1940s. HUNTLEY GORDON (1886-1956), born in Canada and educated in England, was active on the stage and in silent movies, making his film debut in 1918 and getting his first starring role (Red Foam) in 1920. He played Joan Crawford's father in Our Dancing Daughters (1928). He was active in supporting film roles of the early talking era, and was heard on network radio through the 1940s. HOWARD HILL (1899-1975) is still considered the greatest archer of all time. He won 196 consecutive archery field tournaments. Hill did the archery shooting for Errol Flynn in The Adventures of Robin Hood. Ever since, splitting one arrow with another has been called "a Robin Hood." Hill also served as archery teacher and technical adviser on the films Buffalo Bill (1944) and Across the Wide Missouri (1951). Actress HELEN GERALD had small parts in several films, beginning with The Doughgirls (1944). Subsequent bit parts included Tarzan and the Leopard Woman (1946) and Gentleman's Agreement (1947). On TV, she appeared in one episode each of Gang Busters, Perry Mason and The Pink Panther Show (1969, apparently her last appearance). GUINN "BIG BOY" WILLIAMS (1899-1962) gained his muscular appearance as a minor league baseball player and rodeo rider. He appeared in several silent films with Will Rogers, beginning with Almost a Husband (1915). He co-starred in Johnny Mack Brown's breakout picture, The Great Meadow (1931). He starred in some B Westerns of the 1930s, including Big Boy Rides Again (1935). Williams paired with Alan Hale as sidekicks to Errol Flynn in three Westerns, including Santa Fe Trail (with Ronald Reagan). He was cast in a supporting role with his friend John Wayne in The Alamo (1960). HARRY VON ZELL (1906-1981) was a vocalist with Charlie Barnet's orchestra before finding his niche as an announcer. Through the 1930s and forties he was a CBS staff announcer, working with Fred Allen, Eddie Cantor, Eddy Duchin, Ed Wynn and others. In the early 1950s he was announcer for The Burns and Allen Show, "fired" weekly by George Burns for complicity in Gracie Allen's schemes. He was in demand for commercials, and can still be seen late night on the Golf Channel as announcer for the old Celebrity Golf series. Initially a stage actor, ROBERT BARRATT (1899-1970) became a leading character actor in films of the 1930s and 1940s. Husky and at the same time dignified- looking, he was equally adept in a barroom brawl or playing a dignified leader like Abraham Lincoln (in Trailin' West , 1936) or Douglas MacArthur (in two films, including They Were Expendable). His MacArthur in They Were Expendable never spoke, which must have pained Barratt, since he had a deep, booming voice and prided himself on his skill at foreign accents. He had prominent roles in such adventure films as Captain Blood and The Last of the Mohicans. Barratt was seen frequently on the TV playhouses of the 1950s. RICHARD A. CARROLL (1898-1959) was a script writer and specialist in film story development. Among the films written or co-written by him are I Conquer the Sea (1936), You Can't Fool Your Wife (1940), The Purple Heart (1944) and Back from Eternity (1956). He was an un-credited assistant on the script of W. C. Fields' The Bank Dick (1940). Supporting actor GORDON EDWARDS appeared in several films of the mid-1940s, including It's in the Bag (1944) and Walking on Air (1946), and a few movies thereafter, the last being Hell Squad (1958). Italian-born American animation director CLYDE GERONIMI (1901-1989) worked with Walter Lantz before joining Walt Disney's studio in1931, remaining with Disney until 1959. His short animated feature, "Lend a Paw," won an Oscar in 1941. Later he co-directed major Disney features : Alice in Wonderland, Peter Pan, Sleeping Beauty, Lady and the Tramp and One Hundred and One Dalmations. He worked on the TV Spider Man series (1967) and later illustrated children's books. Edward Francis Clines, billed professionally as EDDIE CLINE (1891-1961) started out as a Keystone Kop, and was soon directing short films, including 17 by Buster Keaton. (His last professional engagement was working on Keaton's short-lived 1951 TV series.) As one of the few directors W. C. Fields could tolerate, Cline directed most of the comedian's major films, starting with Million Dollar Legs (1932). Of working with Fields and Mae West on the set of My Little Chickadee, Cline remarked: "I wasn't directing. I was refereeing." VICTOR McLEOD (1903-1972) was a magazine essayist before going to work as an animator for Walter Lantz in 1935. He made his mark as screenwriter of 1940s B movies with titles like Raiders of the Desert and Mutiny in the Arctic. He worked on the 1943 serials Batman and The Phantom before ending his career in early TV (directing multiple episodes of Tales of the Texas Rangers and Circus Boy). WILLIAM "W.T." LACKEY (1896-1974) was an associate producer of action movies at the Poverty Row studio Monogram Pictures in the 1930s and 1940s, beginning with Klondike (1932). He performed the same function at Republic Pictures in the early 1950s, beginning with Destination Big House . A 1940s film buff could spend many enjoyable hours puzzling over the additional, currently unidentified signers. Left edge torn from previous binding. Soiled. Edges lightly creased. Otherwise, fine condition. See more material from these signers: ERROL FLYNN WILLIAM T. LACKEY EDDIE CLINE CLYDE GERONIMI GORDON EDWARDS RICHARD A. CARROLL GUINN WILLIAMS HELEN GERALD CHARLES KENYON ROBERT BARRAT VICTOR McLEOD ALEXIS SMITH CARY GRANT LINDA DARNELL GENE AUTRY MONTY WOOLLEY CHARLES D. COBURN HUNTLEY GORDON JIMMY McLARNIN HARRY VON ZELL HOWARD HILL CHARLES J. WINNINGER LOU NOVA HENRY O'NEILL HOAGY CARMICHAEL DON BARRY See more listings in our ACTORS & ACTRESSES (10,770) category. Please note that this is an authentically signed item. We do not sell autograph copies or signature reprints Click main eBay images to see larger versionsImages shown may contain our company watermark. The actual document does not contain this watermark Certificate of AuthenticityThis item has been authenticated and is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity issued by our parent company, Gallery of History, Inc. We financially stand behind our COA. Our commitment to authenticity and customer satisfaction are the reasons why we've been able to stay in business for so long (since 1981)! Ask us about our PSA/DNA and JSA authentication guarantee. Visit our eBay Store today to see over 35,000 Rare Autographs and Manuscripts! Our Third & Best Handbook - The One You Want On Historical Documents!Enhance your collecting experience. Add this definitive guide to historical documents to your autograph purchase. For the experienced and novice collector and for those who just love learning history this beautiful 253-page hardcover volume is for you! For more information visit our eBay Store and select the Autograph Handbook category or click here. Take a look at over 35,000 other listings in these categories:Actors & Actresses | Art & Architecture | Authors | Aviation & Space | Business & Finance | Explorers & Western Americana | Foriegn Leaders | Law & Order | Military | Music & Performers | Presidential | Religion & Humanitarians | Royalty | Science & Medicine | Sports | Supreme Court | U.S. Politicians and This Week's Specials Gallery of History is the world's largest dealer of authentic autographs and manuscripts. Our inventory contains documents in all areas of interest including presidents, royalty, military, aviation, religion, business, science, celebrities, sports, music, authors and more. Whether looking to add to your collection, acquire a unique centerpiece for the home or office, or as a truly one-of-a-kind gift for someone special, you'll find it here at HistoryForSale. Contact us today and let us assist you in finding that perfect piece. The Gallery of History, founded in 1981, is a long-standing UACC Registered Dealer, #RD110, and is a long-standing member of the Manuscript Society.HistoryForSaletm: Gallery of History through HistoryForSale provides eBay users the ability to bid on and purchase from an inventory which has been collected over an amazing 48-year period. The Gallery of History is the largest dealer in the world with an available inventory that exceeds 200,000 rare autographs and manuscripts. Preserving historical documents is important to us. Your purchase comes to you appropriately protected. Our unframed items are sent to you either in acid- free Mylar® sleeves or have been encapsulated in acid-free Mylar. 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HistoryForSaletm Autographs & ManuscriptsMake an Offer Today and Get a Quick Response!Take a Look at This Week's Specials! STEVEN SPIELBERG - PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: GEORGE W. LUCAS JR. - HFSID 274330 STEVEN SPIELBERG and GEORGE LUCAS Steven Spielberg and George Lucas sign a color 10x14 of them on the set of one of the Indiana Jones trilogy. Large Photograph signed: "Steven/Spielberg" and "George Lucas". Color, 10x14. Director STEVEN SPIELBERG and producer GEORGE LUCAS' joint efforts include ... moreRaiders of the Lost Ark, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, The Land Before Time (each co-produced) and Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. After the popular success of his nostalgic film American Graffiti (1973), Lucas had the Hollywood clout to launch two of the most successful series in film history: Star Wars (1977) and its five sequels and prequels through 2005; and the Indiana Jones trilogy beginning with Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981). He wrote all three Indiana Jones stories. Spielberg won Academy Awards for Best Director for Schindler's List (1994) and Saving Private Ryan (1999), and he was nominated for the Best Director Oscar for Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977), Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) and E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial (1982). Spielberg on Lucas: "He reminded me a little of Walt Disney's version of a mad scientist." Minor surface creases (not evident head on). Fine condition. See more material from these signers: STEVEN SPIELBERG GEORGE W. LUCAS JR. See more listings in our ACTORS & ACTRESSES (11,072) category. Please note that this is an authentically signed item. We do not sell autograph copies or signature reprints. click main eBay images to see larger versionsImages shown may contain our company watermark. 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The Gallery of History, founded in 1981, is a long-standing UACC Registered Dealer, #RD110, and is a long-standing member of the Manuscript Society.HistoryForSaletm: Gallery of History through HistoryForSale provides eBay users the ability to bid on and purchase from an inventory which has been collected over an amazing 48-year period. The Gallery of History is the largest dealer in the world with an available inventory that exceeds 200,000 rare autographs and manuscripts.Preserving historical documents is important to us. Your purchase comes to you appropriately protected. Our unframed items are sent to you either in acid-free Mylar® sleeves or have been encapsulated in acid-free Mylar. Our framed items are encapsulated in Mylar to guard against organic acids, mounted in an acid-free enviroment and are framed behind UF3-AR Plexiglas which blocks out approximately 94% of the ultraviolet light.Return Policy: If any substantial defect not described in the item listing is found by the purchaser, the item(s) must be returned within 3 days of receipt. Item(s) may not be returned except for reasons of authenticity or substantial defect in description. We warrant to the original purchaser for a period of ten (10) years from the date of the sale the authenticity of any autograph offered by HistoryForSale. This warranty is limited to a refund of the purchase price upon the return of the merchandise to our parent company Gallery of History in satisfactory condition. Gallery of History is not liable for any other damages, including consequential damages. There are no other warranties of any nature either expressed or implied, including but not limited to the warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. Please contact us for an authorization before returning any item(s). A merchandise credit will be issued in the case of an unresolved dispute over the condition of a returned item.Authenticity: This item has been authenticated and is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity issued by our parent company, Gallery of History, Inc. We financially stand behind our COA. Our commitment to authenticity and customer satisfaction are the reasons why we've been able to stay in business for so long (since 1981)! Ask us about our PSA/DNA and JSA authentication guarantee.Payment - Buyers will be sent payment instructions following their purchase. We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express & PayPal. PayPal customers must have a confirmed address on file with PayPal. Customers must provide a daytime telephone number to be used in case of any shipping difficulties. Customers are advised that they are responsible for payment of any international duties and/or taxes. Unless otherwise agreed to, complete payment is due within 24 hours of purchase. Shipping - We ship via FedEx and USPS. Shipping charges are calculated at time of payment and are dependent on the number of items purchased and the destination shipping address. Due to the value of most purchases, a signature is required for delivery. This policy limits our ability to ship to PO Boxes. All international shipments (destinations outside the U.S) will be sent via FedEx. Please feel free to contact us in advance for shipping charges - international customers are encouraged to do so. Please remember to provide a daytime telephone number when payment is made as shipping services such as FedEx require one.
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FRANK THOMAS - Disney Animator, Handwritten Letter & Mickey Mouse drawing. Frank Thomas, Legendary Disney Animator,Handwritten Letter with original Mickey Mouse Drawing – January, 1978, includes Stamped Envelope Hand written letter signed on personal letterhead dated January 5, 1978. “Dear Peter – Thanks for the card and the nice drawings - I’ve Been sharing it with the other fellow(s) here at the studio. They say “Thank you” too Best wishes for ‘78 Frank Thomas” Mickey Mouse: " So do I" Frank Thomas ... more(September 5, 1912 – September 8, 2004), one of the most talented, inventive and influential animators in the history of the art form, a member of Walt Disney's elite “Nine Old Men,” and a pioneering animator who worked on many classic shorts and features during his 43-year career at the Disney Studios. In a career filled with milestones, Thomas' remarkable animation included such indelible moments as the first date and spaghetti dinner in “Lady and the Tramp,” Thumper teaching Bambi how to ice-skate, Baloo the bear telling the man-cub Mowgli that he can't stay in the jungle in “The Jungle Book,” Pinocchio trapped in the birdcage by the evil puppeteer Stromboli, the lovesick squirrel whose heart is broken in “Sword in the Stone,” Captain Hook playing the piano in “Peter Pan,” the dancing penguins in “Mary Poppins,” among others. He also animated several of Mickey Mouse's most impressive scenes in such films as “The Pointer,” and “Brave Little Tailor.”
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