DAVID HOLT - SIGNED + PHOTOGRAPH - PRIDE OF THE YANKEES - TOM SAWYER - LASSIE For Sale

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DAVID HOLTAutograph signed in pencil on 3" x 5" index card
"To Clinton / from David Holt"
together with 1936 Paramount publicity photograph (8" x 10")in cardigan sweater (unsigned)Condition: very goodA nice example of his youthful autographDavid Jack Holt was an American actor initially groomed at the age of seven to bethe male Shirley Temple. He had 47 film credits. May be best remembered as the olderBillie in The Pride of the Yankees (1942). Other credits include It's a Great Life (1935),The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (1938), Beau Geste (1939), Courage of Lassie (1946).
Born: 1927, Jacksonville, Florida; died: 2003, San Juan Capistrano.


George HouleHoule Rare Books & AutographsPalm Springs, California
SINCE 1976

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