HUME CRONYN, Hollywood actor (autographed letter)
Hume Cronyn was a Canadian actor with a lengthy career. He was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his performance in THE SEVENTH CROSS (1944). In 1942, Cronyn married actress Jessica Tandy, and for many years they appeared together in theatre, film and television. The duo headlined the radio series THE MARRIAGE (1953-1954), depicting the difficulties of a professional woman in transitioning to the roles of housewife and mother. The duo also appeared in a television adaptation of the radio series, but it only lasted for 8 episodes. Cronyn acting career mostly included supporting roles, but he found himself in the spotlight for the role of Joe Finley in the science fiction film "Cocoon". It became a surprise box office hit, and Cronyn was nominated for the Saturn Award for Best Actor.
Many years ago I wrote to him, to seek answers to questions regarding his radio career and his friendship with Alfred Hitchcock. This is his reply in the form of a letter, with an autograph.
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