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Lot 402.  Photos Signed by TV “Batman” and Film Stars Frank Gorshin and Cliff Robertson. Three signed photos. Gorshin autographed an 8” x 10” color photo showing him in his famed role as “The Riddler” - personalized with “Riddle me this!” Cliff Robertson signed two photos, an 8” x 10” color photo showing him in one of his military roles and a 4” x 6” showing him as fictionalized CIA Director William Martin in “Washington: Behind Closed Doors,” a TV mini-series. Gorshin is most famous for his role in the 1960s “Batman” TV series. Robertson appeared twice in the show as the villain “Shame.” He received the 1968 Academy Award for Best Actor for the movie “Charley.” Gorshin’s autograph is large, bold and mint 9. Robertson’s signatures are nm-m 8. The “Behind Closed Doors” photo shows him with three other cast members, Jason Robards, Andy Griffith and Robert Vaughn. Kevin Keating authenticated the autographs. Gorshin died in 2005, and Robertson, in 2011.
Minimum Bid $20     


Lot 403.  Michael Connelly Autographed Harry Bosch Novel “Trunk Music.” Bosch is a new TV character. Connelly is a “Los Angeles Times” police reporter turned detective novelist. His primary recurring characters are detective Hieronymus “Harry” Bosch and defense attorney Mickey Haller. This year, Amazon Studios launched a Bosch TV series, which has been renewed for another season. “Trunk Music” and other Connelly novels will serve as a foundation for Season 2. Connelly’s novels “Blood Work” and “The Lincoln Lawyer” have been turned into movies. Occasionally, he appears on the TV show “Castle.” His autograph is mint 9 on the title page of the 1997 first edition hardback, which is ex-m in an ex dust jacket. The novel was a finalist for the 1998 Macavity Award and the Barry Award for Best Novel. Kevin Keating authenticated the autograph.
Minimum Bid $15     


Lot 404.  4 B&W Photos Autographed by Ann Blyth, Star of Hollywood Musicals and Dramas. Blyth placed nm-m 8 to mint 9 signatures on two different 8” x 10” photos and two different 4” x 6” photos. One autograph on a smaller photo is personalized. In 1945, Blyth was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in “Mildred Pierce” and in 1958, for a Laurel Award for Top Female Musical Performance in “The Helen Morgan Story.” She had roles in “The Student Prince,” “Kismet” and “The Buster Keaton Story.” Beginning in the mid-1950s, she made a limited number of guest appearances in TV shows. Her final role was in “Murder, She Wrote,” in 1985. We received these autographs form a reliable consignor, and we believe them to be authentic. The winning bidder will have 40 days from the close of the auction to have them checked by a reliable third party. After June 2, 2015, they may not be returned.
Winning Bid $15     


Lot 405.  Teresa Brewer Signed Photo of Sheet Music for Her 1956 “I Love Mickey” Record. Brewer placed her signature below her facsimile autograph on the 8” x 10” b&w photo. During the 1950s, she recorded more than 600 songs. Her No. 1 hits were “Music! Music! Music!” (1950) and “Till I Waltz Again with You” (1952). I Love Mickey” reached No. 87 on the U.S. charts. Brewer’s autograph is mint 9. She passed away in 2007. Kevin Keating authenticated the autograph.
Winning Bid $20     


Lot 406.  1943 Checked Signed in Fountain Pen by Comedian George Burns. Mint 9 to gem mint 10 Burns signature with a bank stamp touching his first name. The check is from “George N. Burns and Grace Allen Burns.” In a career that spanned most of the 20th century, Burns re-invented himself several times. He succeeded in vaudeville, radio, television and the movies. He performed until shortly before his death at 100 in 1996. Vintage Burns signatures are scarce. Authenticated by Kevin Keating.
Winning Bid $30     


Lot 407.  Scott Forbes, as 1950s “Jim Bowie,” Autographed 8” x 10” B&W Photo. From 1956-58, Forbes starred in the title role in the CBS series “The Adventures of Jim Bowie.” He also was successful as a movie and TV screenwriter. His personalized autograph is gem mint 10 and authenticated by Kevin Keating on a photo picturing him as Bowie. Forbes died in 1997.
Winning Bid $15     


Lot 408.  3 John Forsythe Autographs - “Bachelor Father,” “Charlie’s Angels” and “Dynasty” Star. Forsythe signed an 8” x 10” b&w photo, a 3.5” x 5.5” color photo and a 3.5” x 5” b&w photo. He was Bentley Gregg in “Bachelor Father,” a sitcom, from 1957-62; Charles Townsend, the never-seen millionaire, in “Charlie’s Angels,” a crime drama, 1976-81; and Blake Carrington in “Dynasty,” a prime-time soap opera, 1981-89. Forsythe passed away in 2010. All of the autographs are strong. Two are nm-m 8. The background gives another an nm 7 appearance. These autographs come with a Letter of Authenticity from Collectible Classics. We received them from a reliable consignor, and we believe them to be authentic. The winning bidder will have 40 days from the close of the auction to have them checked by a reliable third party. After June 2, 2015, they may not be returned.
Winning Bid $15     


Lot 409.  Darth Vader “Shadows of the Empire” Poster Signed by Greg and Tim Hildebrandt. Beginning in 1959, the Hildebrandt twins produced illustrations for movies, comics, children's books, advertisements, novels, collector cards and calendars. They are best known for their “Star Wars,” “Lord of the Rings” and “Harry Potter” illustrations. Greg also illustrated Trans-Siberian Orchestra album covers. Tim died in 2006. In 2010, Greg was honored with the Chesley Award for Lifetime Artistic Achievement from the Association of Science Fiction and Fantasy Artists. Both signed this “Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire” poster, which is vg-ex, looks better, and measures 18” x 24”. The Hildebrandt autographs are large, mint 9 in pencil, and authenticated by Kevin Keating.
Minimum Bid $20     


Lot 410.  5 B&W Photos Signed by 1930s Child Actress Sybil Jason. Hoping she would rival Shirley Temple in box office popularity, Warner Bros. signed seven-year-old Sybil to a contract in 1935. She appeared in more than a dozen films through 1940. Her credits include “Barnacle Bill,” “The Captain’s Kid” and, with Al Jolson, “The Singing Kid.” Her signatures are nm-m 8 or better on photos that show scenes from her movies, including “The Little Pioneer” and “Little Big Shot.” Three photos are 7.25” x 7.5” or slightly larger; one is 4.25” x 6.75”, and one is 6” x 7.25”. All of the autographs are personalized to “Don,” “Donald” or “Donald Osman.” On one photo, Jason wrote, “What happened to the lavish set and orchestra they promised me?” Jason concluded her acting career in 1940 at the age of 12 in support of Temple in “The Blue Bird.” Reports are that the two child actresses became lifelong friends. Jason passed away in 2011. These autographs come with a Letter of Authenticity from Collectible Classics. We received them from a reliable consignor, and we believe them to be authentic. The winning bidder will have 40 days from the close of the auction to have them checked by a reliable third party. After June 2, 2015, they may not be returned.
Winning Bid $15     


Lot 411.  3 Autographs of Actress and Singer Anne Jeffreys. In the 1940s, Jeffreys was a star of stage and film productions. In the following decades, she was a long-time member of the “General Hospital” cast (1984-2004) and made numerous guest appearances. Her movie credits include the “Dick Tracy” series, “Step Lively” with Frank Sinatra, “Zombies on Broadway” and “Riffraff” with Pat O’Brien. On Broadway, she had lead roles in “Street Scene,” “Kiss Me Kate,” the Cole Porter musical, and “Three Wishes for Jamie.” In the 1953-55 TV show “Topper,” she was characterized as “the ghostess with the mostess.” Her autographs are on an 8” x 10” offset-print b&w photo, nm-m 8 personalized autograph; a 4” x 5” b&w photo, signed in gold, ex-m 6 to nm 7, and a 4” x 6” b&w photo, mint 9 to gem mint 10 signature. We received them from a reliable consignor, and we believe them to be authentic. The winning bidder will have 40 days from the close of the auction to have them checked by a reliable third party. After June 2, 2015, they may not be returned.
Winning Bid $15     


Lot 412.  Tim McGraw Autographed Photo and Display. McGraw’s “TM” nm-m 8 to mint 9 signature is on an 8” x 10” color photo framed with the paper insert and CD for his 1997 album “Everywhere.” The album yielded the top song of 1997, It’s Your Love” (with wife Faith Hill) and 1998, “Just to See You Smile.” He has won three Grammy awards, 14 Academy of Country Music awards, 11 County Music Association Awards and three People’s Choice Awards. We received this autograph form a reliable consignor, and we believe it to be authentic. The winning bidder will have 40 days from the close of the auction to have it checked by a reliable third party. After June 2, 2015, it may not be returned.
Winning Bid $15     


Lot 413.  Butch Patrick (“Eddie Munster”) Autographed ONL William White Baseball. Patrick portrayed Eddie Munster, the child werewolf, in the CBS TV series “The Munsters” from 1964-66. He also appeared in “Munster, Go Home,” the 1966 feature film. From 1971-73, he was “Mark,” the central figure in the ABC Saturday morning program “Lidsville.” His sweet-spot signature, authenticated by Kevin Keating, is mint 9; the baseball also is mint.
Minimum Bid $20     


Lot 414.  4 Debbie Reynolds Autographed Photos. Reynolds has enjoyed success as an actress and singer. Her 1957 song “Tammy” was a No. 1 hit. Her signatures are nm-m 8 and better on 3.5” x 5” and 4” x 6” b&w photos, a 7” x 10.25” magazine photo and an 8” x 9.5” color photo. The magazine photo is personalized to “Don.” These autographs come with a Letter of Authenticity from Collectible Classics. We received them from a reliable consignor, and we believe them to be authentic. The winning bidder will have 40 days from the close of the auction to have them checked by a reliable third party. After June 2, 2015, they may not be returned.
Winning Bid $20     


Lot 415.  B&W 8” x 10” Photo Nicely Signed by “Howdy Doody” Creator Buffalo Bob Smith. Produced by E. Roger Muir, the pioneering “Howdy Doody” children’s program was on TV from 1947-60. Originally, Smith, an announcer for WNBC Radio in New York, created Howdy as a radio voice. As the idea for the TV program advanced, he had Frank Paris make the puppet. Smith hosted the show. He died in 1998. His autograph, personalized to “Bernie,” is nm-m 8. He signed: “Your Pals Howdy Doody & Buffalo Bob Smith.” Authenticated by Kevin Keating.
Winning Bid $20     


Lot 416.  5 Actress-Signed 8” x 10” Photos – Loren, Neal, Kerr, McQueen and Fontaine. Nm-m 8 and better autographs on b&w photos by Sophia Loren, Patricia Neal, Butterfly McQueen and Joan Fontaine; and on a color photo, Deborah Kerr. McQueen signed a photo of a poster from “Gone with the Wind.” Below her autograph, she added “‘Prissy’ of ‘G.W.T.W.’” The other photos have an image of the actress. Loren, Neal and Fontaine all won Academy Awards. Except for Loren, all of these actresses are deceased. Kevin Keating authenticated these autographs.
Winning Bid $40     




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