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Dick Powell Color Photo 1948 Signed Autograph New York Sunday News Magazine

Powell, Dick  Color Photo 1948 Signed Autograph New York Sunday News Magazine
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Powell, Dick Color Photo 1948 Signed Autograph New York Sunday News Magazine
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Powell, Dick  Color Photo 1948 Signed Autograph New York Sunday News MagazinePowell, Dick  Color Photo 1948 Signed Autograph New York Sunday News MagazinePowell, Dick  Color Photo 1948 Signed Autograph New York Sunday News MagazinePowell, Dick  Color Photo 1948 Signed Autograph New York Sunday News Magazine
This item is a 10 1/2" X 15" page from The New York Sunday News Magazine from October 24, 1948. Please note this is the magazine page ONLY-there is no complete newspaper magazine. The magazine page features a vintage color photo of actor Dick Powell.Curly-haired actor, director, and producer, Powell worked as a vocalist and instrumentalist for bands (he had several hit records), and occasionally was an M.C. He debuted onscreen in 1932, at first as a crooner in '30s Warner Bros. backstage musicals, often opposite Ruby Keeler. After playing choir-boy-type leads for a decade, he made a surprising switch to dramatic roles in the 1940s, showing special skill as tough heroes or private eyes such as Philip Marlowe. Powell's last big-screen appearance was in Susan Slept Here (1954), in which he once again sang; he went on to appear frequently on TV. His career took another turn in the early '50s when he began producing and directing films; he was also a founder and president of Four Star Television, a prosperous TV production company. His second wife was actress Joan Blondell, with whom he appeared in Model Wife (1941) and I Want a Divorce (1940); his widow is actress June Allyson. In John Schlesinger's The Day of the Locust (1975) he was portrayed by his son, Dick Powell, Jr.The color photo has been autographed on the front by Dick Powell with a fountain pen in black..................BOTH PHOTO AND AUTOGRAPH ARE IN VERY GOOD CONDITION..................