Howdy Doody and Clarabell (Signed by Clarabell and Others) First Edition
by Edward Kean
- very good
- Very Good
Frederick, Maryland, United States
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Simon and Schuster, 1951. Hardcover. Very Good. Collectible first edition, first printing of Edward Kean's Howdy Doody and Clarabell, A Little Golden Book. "A" near bottom of gutter on last page. Signed four times. Book plate mounted on front pastedown: "The Voice," writer of the Howdy Doody Show, Eddie Kean (script writer and author). Title page: "[doodle of Clarabell] Clarabell | Lew Andrews" (Clarabell actor). Book plate mounted on front pastedown: "E. Roger Muir | Executive Producer of the 2343 NBC | Network Howdy's." Second book plate mounted on back pastedown: "Velma Dawson" (artist who built original Howdy Doody puppet). All signatures unconditionally guaranteed to pass any COA examination. Illustrated throughout by astounding artist Art Seiden. 28 pp. 8" x 6 5/8". Tight, unmarked copy with minimal shelf wear and light age toning to internals. A very presentable copy of an important TV collectible. Photographs of or additional information about this item are available on request. All inquiries answered promptly.
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- Howdy Doody and Clarabell (Signed by Clarabell and Others) First Edition
- Edward Kean
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- Simon and Schuster
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