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Anna Maria Alberghetti Signed Photo 8×10 – COA JSA

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This item originates from the Louis Basil collection. In the mid-1950’s, Basil moved his family from Chicago to Las Vegas to become one of the city’s best orchestra leaders.  He orchestrated at many places with many headlining stars throughout the United States over many years. He performed in places like The Carman Theater in Philadelphia, Loew’s State Theater in New York, The Chicago Theatre in Chicago, The Flamingo Hotel in Las Vegas and The Sahara Hotel Las Vegas. Basil obtained these autographed items in person and many were personalized to him or his family members.

Anna Maria Alberghetti appeared twice on the cover of Life magazine. She appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show more than 50 times. She guest-starred in 1957 on NBC’s The Gisele MacKenzie Show. That same year, she performed in the premiere episode of The Pat Boone Chevy Showroom on ABC. She co-starred with Dean Martin in 1957’s Ten Thousand Bedrooms and with Jerry Lewis in The Jazz Singer in 1959, and Cinderfella 1960, not long after the Martin and Lewis comedy team parted ways. Alberghetti also appeared in 1955’s The Last Command, which starred Sterling Hayden, and had the leading role in the western Duel at Apache Wells in 1957.

Presented is an 8×10 black and white promotional photo autographed by Anna Maria Alberghetti. She signed the photo in blue ballpoint (“8”) with a lengthy inscription, “To Louis – Such a wonderful conductor and friend – Friendly.”

Authentication: JSA Basic Cert & Sticker

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