A 4½ x 3¾ piece from an autograph album, signed with a biro by Charles Laughton (1899-1962), the rubber-faced, thick-lipped, distinguished English character actor who started out with success in the London theatre of the 1920s. After more success on the New York stage, Hollywood came calling and he was one of the biggest screen stars of the 1930s, winning an Oscar for The Private Life of Henry VIII in 1933. By the mid 40s his tendency to 'ham' acting had gone over the top but he did come good again for his last couple of pictures before his death, from spinal cancer. He was married to the actress Elsa Lanchester.
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