WARNER BAXTER Hand Signed 1936 -AUTOGRAPH Photo PICTURE

FABULOUS Hand Signed 8 X 10 Photograph of WARNER BAXTER!!

Up for auction at NO RESERVE is this FABULOUS Hand Signed Photograph of a YOUNG WARNER BAXTER dated 1936!! The writing in black ink reads, "To John G. Despeaux, with sincere good wishes always, Warner Baxter, 1936". This is NOT A PRE-PRINTED Signature. It was hand signed, in person, by Warner Baxter in 1936 . A GREAT PIECE for your AUTOGRAPH COLLECTION!!

Warner Baxter ( March 29 , 1889 - May 7 , 1951 ) was an American actor. Born in Columbus, Ohio , he moved to San Francisco, California when he was nine. Following the 1906 earthquake , he and his family lived in a tent for two weeks. By 1910 Baxter was in vaudeville , and from t began acting on the stage.

Warner Baxter began as an extra in 1918 and quickly rose to become a star. He had his first starring role in 1921, in a film called Sheltered Daughters and he quickly became one of the most popular actors of the decade. He starred in forty-eight features during the 1920s. His most famous starring role was as the Cisco Kid in In Old Arizona ( 1929 ), the first all-talking western, for which he won the second Academy Award for Best Actor . He also starred in Broadway Bill ( 1934 ) and in Kidnapped ( 1938 ).

By 1936 , Baxter was the highest paid actor in Hollywood , but by 1943 , he had slipped
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