Tyler Brooke Extremely Rare Autographed Page’39 Laurel Hardy +Auto Pat Somerset

Tyler Brooke Extremely Rare Autographed Page'39 Laurel Hardy +Auto Pat Somerset
Tyler Brooke Extremely Rare Autographed Page'39 Laurel Hardy +Auto Pat Somerset
Tyler Brooke Extremely Rare Autographed Page'39 Laurel Hardy +Auto Pat Somerset
Tyler Brooke Extremely Rare Autographed Page'39 Laurel Hardy +Auto Pat Somerset
Tyler Brooke Extremely Rare Autographed Page'39 Laurel Hardy +Auto Pat Somerset
Tyler Brooke Extremely Rare Autographed Page'39 Laurel Hardy +Auto Pat Somerset
Tyler Brooke Extremely Rare Autographed Page'39 Laurel Hardy +Auto Pat Somerset
Tyler Brooke Extremely Rare Autographed Page'39 Laurel Hardy +Auto Pat Somerset

Tyler Brooke Extremely Rare Autographed Page'39 Laurel Hardy +Auto Pat Somerset
Here is an extremely rare early vintage original autographed page by silent comic and character actor Tyler Brooke, from 1939, on an application to the famous Los Angeles social club The Masquers on behalf of actor Pat Somerset, who signs it twice; his autograph is also extremely rare (the only one I have ever seen). Also signed by actor Jean Hersholt. Tyler Brooke committed suicide in 1943. He abandoned his work with Roach after his arm was injured in a stunt involving a raucous game of billiards, reportedly by Oliver Hardy. Brooke went on to find supporting work in a number of classic films, including Cecil B. DeMille’s Dynamite (1929), Madam Satan (1930), The Divorcee (1930), Morning Glory (1933), In Old Chicago (1937), Alexander Graham Bell (1939), The Wizard of Oz (1939)– as a munchkin! And Kitty Foyle (1940). He died of self-inflicted carbon monoxide poisoning at the age of 51. After appearing in some British silent films early in his career, he moved to the United States. In 1922 he starred on Broadway in Victor Herbert’s musical Orange Blossoms. Somerset established himself in Hollywood, but was restricted to supporting roles and bit parts in numerous films during the 1920s and 1930s. He was a regular of the John Ford Stock Company, appearing in nine of the director’s films. He was married to the actresses Edith Day and Margaret Bannerman. Second to last image is Tyler Brooke; last is Pat Somerset both pulled from online. See credits for both below. 1943She Has What It Takes. 1942The McGuerins from Brooklyn. Spa Desk Clerk (uncredited). 1942I Married an Angel. 1941More Worlds to Conquer (Short). 1941Two Latins from Manhattan. Husband in Prologue (uncredited). 1940One Night in the Tropics. First Man Polled by Jim (uncredited). 1940Little Old New York. 1939The Wizard of Oz. 1939The Story of Alexander Graham Bell. 1938Alexander’s Ragtime Band. Assistant Stage Manager (uncredited). 1938Bluebeard’s Eighth Wife. 1937You Can’t Have Everything. 1937This Is My Affair. 1936Two in a Crowd. 1936In His Steps (uncredited). 1936To Mary – with Love. 1936Poor Little Rich Girl. 1936Next Time We Love. 1935It’s in the Air. 1935Here Comes the Band. 1935Call of the Wild. Jim, Man on Stage with Show Girls (uncredited). Casa Nova Bandmaster (uncredited). 1935Night Life of the Gods. 1934365 Nights in Hollywood. Tipsy Man at Party (uncredited). 1934Belle of the Nineties. 1933Don’t Bet on Love. 1933Hallelujah I’m a Bum. 1932The Bride’s Bereavement; or, the Snake in the Grass (Short). Master of Ceremonies (uncredited). 1931The Love Bargain (Short). 1930Lilies of the Field. 1929The Maid’s Night Out (Short). The Life of the Party. 1929The Bees’ Buzz (Short). Tyler Smith – Peggy’s Suitor. 1928None But the Brave. 1928His Favorite Wife (Short). 1928A Knight of Daze (Short). Bone for Two (Short). 1928Too Many Cookies (Short). 1928The Kiss Doctor (Short). 1928Hot House Hazel (Short). 1927Four Faces West (Short). 1927A Fool and His Honey (Short). Dazzle aka The Devil. 1926On the Front Page (Short). 1926Wise Guys Prefer Brunettes (Short). 1926Along Came Auntie (Short). 1926Never Too Old (Short). 1926Don Key (Son of Burro) (Short). Onion, a Bridge Engineer. 1926Your Husband’s Past (Short). The Dapper Married Man. 1925Moonlight and Noses (Short). Ashley, the Daughter’s Sweetheart. 1940The Howards of Virginia. 1937The Prisoner of Zenda. Guard at Lodge (uncredited). 1937I Cover the War! 1937The Soldier and the Lady. Grand Duke’s Aide (uncredited). 1936Death in the Air. 1936Lloyd’s of London. Mary’s Majordomo (uncredited). 1936The Crime of Dr. Deeds Goes to Town. 1936Till We Meet Again. 1935Charlie Chan in Shanghai. Lord Ralston’s Guest (uncredited). Officer at Banquet (uncredited). 1935Here’s to Romance. 1935Don’t Bet on Blondes. Kidnapped Wedding Usher (uncredited). King’s Captain of Guards. 1935Let’s Live Tonight. Man in London Club. 1934Bulldog Drummond Strikes Back. 1934Of Human Bondage (scenes deleted). 1934The Mystery of Mr. Tod’s Friend (uncredited). The Second Bobby (uncredited). 1933The Curse of a Broken Heart (Short). True Blue Harold Holden. 1933The Secret of Madame Blanche. Leonard’s Friend at the London Show (uncredited). Helen’s Dancing Partner (uncredited). 1932Guilty or Not Guilty. 1932Merrily We Go to Hell. 1932The Trial of Vivienne Ware. 1932One Hour with You. Young Man with Mrs. Seated Officer at Party (uncredited). O’Connor–Black Watch Officer (uncredited). 1925One of the Bravest. 1918The Key of the World. 1918Adam As a Special Constable (Short). 1918Eve’s Burglar (Short). 1918Eve Adopts a Lonely Soldier (Short). 1918Eve and the Internment Question (Short). 1918Eve and the Nervous Curate (Short). 1918Eve Assists the Censor (Short). 1918Eve Goes to the East Coast (Short). 1918Eve in the Country (Short). 1918Eve Outwits Artful Adam (Short). 1918Eve Resolves to Do War Work (Short). 1918How Eve Helped the War Fund (Short). This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Autographs-Original\Movies\Cards & Papers”. The seller is “pengang” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Object Type: Cards & Paper
  • Industry: Movies

Tyler Brooke Extremely Rare Autographed Page'39 Laurel Hardy +Auto Pat Somerset

Tom Tyler Extremely Rare Early Original Autographed 7/9 Photo 30s Captain Marvel

Tom Tyler Extremely Rare Early Original Autographed 7/9 Photo 30s Captain Marvel
Tom Tyler Extremely Rare Early Original Autographed 7/9 Photo 30s Captain Marvel
Tom Tyler Extremely Rare Early Original Autographed 7/9 Photo 30s Captain Marvel
Tom Tyler Extremely Rare Early Original Autographed 7/9 Photo 30s Captain Marvel
Tom Tyler Extremely Rare Early Original Autographed 7/9 Photo 30s Captain Marvel
Tom Tyler Extremely Rare Early Original Autographed 7/9 Photo 30s Captain Marvel
Tom Tyler Extremely Rare Early Original Autographed 7/9 Photo 30s Captain Marvel

Tom Tyler Extremely Rare Early Original Autographed 7/9 Photo 30s Captain Marvel
Popular American star of silent and early sound westerns and serials. Raised in Michigan, he went through a number of strenuous jobs sailor, boxer, lumberjack, coal miner, etc. Before landing in Los Angeles and getting work as a movie extra and stuntman. His good looks and athletic physique (he was a champion weightlifter) led to an offer to play the lead in a series of silent westerns, which he filmed under the stage name Bill Burns. In 1925, FBO signed him and changed his name to Tom Tyler. He became one of the studio’s most popular action stars and initially made a smooth transition into talking pictures, for which he worked hard to lose his natural Lithuanian accent. As the’30s progressed, however, he began to face stiff competition in the arena of B-westerns and started taking supporting roles in larger-budget pictures, such as Stagecoach (1939) and Gone with the Wind (1939). In 1941, he took on perhaps his most famous role as the eponymous hero of Adventures of Captain Marvel (1941). This serial and several others brought him new fame, but within three years of playing Captain Marvel, Tyler’s career was almost ended when his health failed. Rheumatoid arthritis crippled him and he was reduced to occasional minor supporting roles, often for John Ford, for whom he had worked in a number of films prior to his illness. During the last part of his career 1948-54, though reportedly in poor health, he appeared in supporting roles in over 35 films and TV series, including TV episodes of “The Lone Ranger”, “The Cisco Kid”, “The Range Rider”, “Gene Autry”, “Cowboy G-Men”, and “Dick Tracy”. He also co-starred with Tom Keene in an unsold TV pilot, “Crossroad Avengers” (1953), written and directed by Ed Wood. While simultaneously working as a western hero, he was also a weightlifting champion. Once considered the strongest man in America, he won the national AAU weight-lifting championship in 1928 he lifted 760 lbs. And made the 1928 U. Appeared in five films with John Wayne: Stagecoach (1939), The Night Riders (1939), They Were Expendable (1945), Red River (1948), and She Wore a Yellow Ribbon (1949). In “Stagecoach”, Wayne played the Ringo Kid, the film’s hero, while Tyler played the villainous Luke Plummer. In the Tim Holt western, Riders of the Range (1950), Tyler plays a villain called the Ringo Kid. “The Night Riders” is one of eight films in the popular “Three Mesquiteers” series that star Wayne as Stony Brooke. Tyler plays a supporting role. Several years later, Tyler played Stony in 13 films in the series. Ppeared in four Oscar Best Picture nominees: Stagecoach (1939), Gone with the Wind (1939), The Grapes of Wrath (1940) and The Talk of the Town (1942). Gone with the Wind won Best Picture of 1939. Tyler played two comic-book-turned-movie-serial heroes, Captain Marvel and the Phantom. Crease upper border, small tear right side, minor scuffs and fading, minor corner and edge wear. Not trimmed; photo is original size. 1956Steve Donovan, Western Marshal (TV Series). Comanche Kid (1956)… 1953Crossroad Avenger: The Adventures of the Tucson Kid (TV Movie). Lanky Henchman at Hideout / Slender Thug in the White Hat / Henchman Snake-Eye /.. Lanky Henchman at Hideout. Thunder Out West (1953)… Slender Thug in the White Hat. The Trail of the Witch (1952)… Trouble at Silver Creek (1952)… Shotgun Guard / Indian. Ambush in Coyote Canyon (1952)… The Ghost of Poco Loco (1951)… 1952Cowboy G-Men (TV Series). Salted Mines (1952)… 1952Sky King (TV Series). The Giant Eagle (1952)… 1952The Lion and the Horse. The Big H Murder (1952). Roller Coaster Murder (1951). 1952The Roy Rogers Show (TV Series). Henchman / Andy – Deputy. Outlaw’s Town (1952)… The Outlaw’s Girl (1952)… Mexican Gun Running Story (1952)… Johnny Deuce (1951)… Union Dispatch Rider (uncredited). 1951Best of the Badmen. 1951The Great Missouri Raid. Sheriff / Sheriff Jim Turner. Uncle Disinherits Niece (1951)… Phoney Sheriff (1951)… Haven for Heavies (1951)… Wedding Blackmail (1950)… 1950Trail of Robin Hood. 1950Fast on the Draw. 1950The Lone Ranger (TV Series). Damsels in Distress (1950)… 1950West of the Brazos. 1950Riders of the Range. 1949She Wore a Yellow Ribbon. 1949The Beautiful Blonde from Bashful Bend. 1949I Shot Jesse James. 1948Blood on the Moon. 1948Return of the Bad Men. 1948The Dude Goes West. Captain at Airport (uncredited). 1945Sing Me a Song of Texas. 1944The Princess and the Pirate. Triangle A Ranch Hand (uncredited). 1944Gun to Gun (Short). Geoffrey Prescott / The Phantom. 1943Riders of the Rio Grande. 1942Valley of Hunted Men. 1942Shadows on the Sage. 1942The Talk of the Town. 1942Raiders of the Range. 1942Valley of the Sun. 1942Code of the Outlaw. 1941Gauchos of El Dorado. 1941Riders of the Timberline. 1941Outlaws of Cherokee Trail. 1941Bad Men of Missouri. Deputy Sheriff Dave (uncredited). 1941Adventures of Captain Marvel. Boxing Match Ring Announcer (uncredited). 1940Texas Rangers Ride Again. 1940The Mummy’s Hand. 1940The Light of Western Stars. 1940The Grapes of Wrath. Deputy Handcuffing Casy (uncredited). 1939Gone with the Wind. Commanding Officer During Evacuation (uncredited). 1939Drums Along the Mohawk. 1937Brothers of the West. 1937Orphan of the Pecos. 1937The Feud of the Trail. Tom Wade / Jack Granger. Tom Wade – Posing as Cheyenne Tommy. 1936The Phantom of the Range. Tom Evans posing as Tom Dawson. 1934Terror of the Plains. Tom Lansing – Posing as Tom Smith. 1933War of the Range. 1933The Phantom of the Air. 1933Clancy of the Mounted. 1933When a Man Rides Alone. 1932Honor of the Mounted. 1932The Man from New Mexico. 1931Battling with Buffalo Bill. 1931The Man from Death Valley. 1931Partners of the Trail. 1931Rider of the Plains. 1931God’s Country and the Man. Tex Malone posing as Steve Rawlins. 1930The Phantom of the West. 1930The Canyon of Missing Men. 1930Half Pint Polly (Short). 1930Call of the Desert. 1929Pioneers of the West. 1929’Neath Western Skies. 1929The Law of the Plains. 1929The Man from Nevada. 1929The Pride of Pawnee. 1929Trail of the Horse Thieves. 1928Tyrant of Red Gulch. 1928Phantom of the Range. 1928When the Law Rides. 1927The Flying U Ranch. 1927Cyclone of the Range. 1926Out of the West. 1926Tom and His Pals. 1925Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ. 1925Let’s Go, Gallagher. Indian (as Vincent Markowski). This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Autographs-Original\Movies\Photographs”. The seller is “pengang” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Object Type: Photograph
  • Industry: Movies

Tom Tyler Extremely Rare Early Original Autographed 7/9 Photo 30s Captain Marvel