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Trevor Howard Original Signature
- Trevor Howard original signature presentation
- Approximate overall dimensions: 15.5 x 26.5"
- Impressive presentation with black and silver frame complemented by antique white doublw mount and black fillet.
- Certificate of authenticity
Trevor Howard's signature on off white paper, in good condition and presented with a classic black and white image.
Howard's film reputation was secured in The Third Man (1949). As Major Calloway, he played the character type with which he became most associated, the slightly dry, slightly crusty, but capable British military officer. He also starred in The Key, (1958; based on a Jan de Hartog novel), for which he received the best actor award from the British Academy of Film and Television Arts and Sons and Lovers, (1960), for which he was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actor. Another notable film was The Heart of the Matter (1953), from another Graham Greene story.
Throughout his film career Howard insisted that all of his contracts held a clause excusing him from work whenever a cricket Test Match was being played!
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