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DENNIS MORGAN JACK CARSON SHEET MUSIC SIGNED AUTOGRAPH THE TIME THE PLACE THE GIRL 1946

Morgan, Dennis Jack Carson Sheet Music Signed Autograph The Time The Place The Girl 1946
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Morgan, Dennis Jack Carson Sheet Music Signed Autograph The Time The Place The Girl 1946
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Morgan, Dennis Jack Carson Sheet Music Signed Autograph The Time The Place The Girl 1946Morgan, Dennis Jack Carson Sheet Music Signed Autograph The Time The Place The Girl 1946
THIS IS AN AUTHENTICALLY AUTOGRAPHED SHEET MUSIC BY DENNIS MORGAN AND JACK CARSON...

DENNIS MORGAN + JACK CARSON-A GAL IN CALICO-FROM THE 1946 MOVIE THE TIME THE PLACE THE GIRL-PHOTO COVER IS SIGNED BY DENNIS MORGAN AND JACK CARSON-CONDITION OF THE SHEET MUSIC AND AUTOGRAPHS IS VERY GOOD.

Dennis Morgan (December 20, 1908 September 7, 1994) was an American actor-singer.

In 1945, he played the part of Jefferson Jones in the holiday classic Christmas in Connecticut opposite Barbara Stanwyck. He also starred in such films as God Is My Co-Pilot and the 1943 film version of The Desert Song. He was Ginger Rogers's love interest in the films Kitty Foyle and Perfect Strangers. Morgan was a leading man with Warner Bros in the 1940s, starring with best friend Jack Carson in many movies, several of which were " two guys" buddy pictures. His peak years were 1943 to 1949.

Morgan's film persona was an easy-going, good-natured ladies man in the best sense. He played good guys, never villains. A solid "Irish" tenor voice graced parts of his films (though he was actually of Swedish descent).

Morgan appeared in sporadic TV guest roles in the 1950s, then quietly retired with an occasional spot on TV after 1955. He has a star on Hollywood Blvd., but is today a little-known figure from the Golden Age of Film.

Jack Carson (October 27, 1910 January 2, 1963) was a Canadian-born U.S.-based film actor.

Jack Carson was one of the most popular character actors during the golden age of Hollywood, with a film career which spanned the 30's, 40s and 50s. Primarily employed for comic relief, his work in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof proved he could also master dramatic material. During his career, he worked at RKO, MGM (cast opposite Myrna Loy and William Powell in Love Crazy), but most of his memorable work was at Warner Brothers. Carson's trademark was the wisecracking know it all who eventually and typically was undone by his own excess self-confidence.