An original ink drawing on the stationery of The Registry Hotel, Universal City, California, the drawing signed at lower right by actor DUDLEY MOORE (1935-2002) and dated 1988. The simple drawing features a sun at upper left, and a sailboat with "ARTHUR" written on the side. Under his signature Moore wrote in script "and don't you forget it". Moore was born in London in 1935. He went on to a long career in comedy, music, and acting. The career built in the 1960's and 1970's, peaked around 1980 thanks to "10", with Bo Derek, a major hit, followed shortly thereafter in 1981 by "Arthur". By 1995 his film career was waning. It was around that time that he began to show symptoms of a neurological disease later diagnosed as supranuclear palsy, which was to ultimately take his life in 2002.
Actor DUDLEY MOORE (1935-2002) original signed 1988 drawing possibly for charity