Rebel Randall Extremely Rare Very Early Autographed 8/10 Letter’42 Stooges

Rebel Randall Extremely Rare Very Early Autographed 8/10 Letter'42 Stooges
Rebel Randall Extremely Rare Very Early Autographed 8/10 Letter'42 Stooges
Rebel Randall Extremely Rare Very Early Autographed 8/10 Letter'42 Stooges
Rebel Randall Extremely Rare Very Early Autographed 8/10 Letter'42 Stooges
Rebel Randall Extremely Rare Very Early Autographed 8/10 Letter'42 Stooges
Rebel Randall Extremely Rare Very Early Autographed 8/10 Letter'42 Stooges
Rebel Randall Extremely Rare Very Early Autographed 8/10 Letter'42 Stooges
Rebel Randall Extremely Rare Very Early Autographed 8/10 Letter'42 Stooges
Rebel Randall Extremely Rare Very Early Autographed 8/10 Letter'42 Stooges
Rebel Randall Extremely Rare Very Early Autographed 8/10 Letter'42 Stooges
Rebel Randall Extremely Rare Very Early Autographed 8/10 Letter'42 Stooges

Rebel Randall Extremely Rare Very Early Autographed 8/10 Letter'42 Stooges
Last image pulled from online. Rebel Randall was an American actress of the 1940s and’50s, a former Esquire model and wartime pin-up girl. She got her start in Hollywood via a scholarship to the Max Reinhardt workshop on the strength of being’The Coca Cola Girl’ and elected’ad queen of Chicago’. Her first starring role on stage was in’Seventeen’ in 1940. Her subsequent film career was desultory and after a year under contract to Paramount as a stock bit part player, she protested by changing her name from Alicia Brandes to Rebel Randell. While she did eventually appear in several minor films, Rebel became a much bigger star on radio in the 1950’s. The only female DJ in Hollywood, she broadcast (at KCBS) for the American Forces Radio Service as hostess of’Radio Calling’ and, later,’Jukebox, USA’. She was popularly known as’Miss Double Distilled Honey’ and’The Girl whose Voice could Melt an Iceberg’. Rebel also made headlines as a result of several stormy failed marriages: twice to radio personality William M. Moore (aka Peter Potter) and a particularly acrimonious third to actor/salesman Glenn Thompson. Water damage/staining left side, much more visible from reverse. Pin-up girl during the 1940s and did several layouts, including one for Esquire magazine. In the Fall of 1952, she found big success as Hollywood’s only female disc jockey with her Armed Forces Radio Service program “America Calling” on KCBS. She paid those bills herself. In the 1950s she discovered that a New Orleans stripper began using her name, and she had to take legal action to stop her. According to an interview with Mike Barnum in the December 2009 issue of “Classic Images”, she got her initial start after winning a scholarship to the Max Reinhardt Workshop in Hollywood, where she appeared as Queen Titania in a version In 1949, she was named “The Most Beautiful Girl on TV” and “The Glamour Girl of Hollywood”. She was crowned “Movie Glamour Girl of 1940″ by the Motion Pictures Still Photographers Association. Of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”. [on The Three Stooges, with whom she made several two-reelers at Columbia] Curly [Curly Howard] was the funniest; everything about him was funny. Shemp [Shemp Howard] was good, too. The Stooges would discuss everything before a take–I don’t think they had a script. They were very serious–then become clowns on the set! Cookoo Cavaliers (1940) was my favorite. I wore a bathing suit and they followed me around. Was a John Robert Powers model before going to Hollywood. 1956Come on Seven (Short). 1951Fun on the Run (Short). 1948The Bride Goes Wild. 1947The Case of the Baby Sitter (Short). Mamie Russell, alias the Duchess. 1947That’s My Gal. 1946Her Kind of Man. Patsy – Showgirl (uncredited). Rocco’s Girl (uncredited). 1945Where the Pest Begins (Short). 1945A Thousand and One Nights. Girl in Tailor Shop (uncredited). Bunnie Kean – Vamp. 1945Here Come the Co-eds. 1945Snooper Service (Short) (as Alaine Brandes). 1944She Snoops to Conquer (Short). Vera Hassenpheifer – the Spy. Woman on Train (uncredited). 1944Seven Doors to Death. Bull’s Hostess (uncredited). Woman in Bed with Tubby (uncredited). 1943It Comes Up Love. Dance Hall Girl (uncredited). Guest at Inn (uncredited). Girl at Party (uncredited). 1942The Fleet’s In. Civil Defense Girl on Truck (uncredited). Louisiana Belle (as Alaine Brandes). 1941The Lone Rider in Ghost Town. Helen Clark (as Alaine Brandes). 1941The Fired Man (Short) (as Alaine Brandes). 1940The Boys from Syracuse. 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.
  • Industry: Movies
  • Object Type: Cards & Paper
  • Original/Reproduction: Original

Rebel Randall Extremely Rare Very Early Autographed 8/10 Letter'42 Stooges