Irene Dunne autograph on a paper snippet ( Czech magazine ) pastes on cardboard.
Size: 4 x 5.9
The autograph comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.
Irene Dunne made her debut in 1923 and was able to secure leading roles in several musicals. In 1929, Dunne was cast as Magnolia in the Chicago company production of Show Boat.
After Show Boat, Dunne entered the second phase of her movie career as a comedienne, contributing hilarious performances to such screwball farces as Theodora Goes Wild (1936), The Awful Truth (1937), and My Favorite Wife (1940).
It was back to dramatic roles in the early 1940s, and as age crept up on Dunne, she made a seamless transition to starring character roles in such films as Anna and the King of Siam (1946) and Life with Father (1947). Approaching fifty, Dunne retained her classically beautiful features and; in fact, Hollywood makeup artists were compelled to draw lines on her face and fit her with heavy body suits for her "aged" roles in I Remember Mama (1948) and The Mudlark (1950). Upon completion of It Grows on Trees (1952), Dunne retired from films.
Irene Dunne Autograph. CoA