Excellent vintage fountain pen signature on a 4x6-inch tan autograph album page, acquired in-person in the early to mid-1930s. In very good condition for its age and ideal for matting. The esteemed actor, director and producer of the stage and screen excelled at playing gruff, menacing villains, capitalizing on extensive scarring to his cheek acquired in the First World War. These included the murderous Count Zaroff-- the inspiration for the real-life Zodiac Killer-- in The Most Dangerous Game (1932) and the crazed Dr. Manetta in Chamber of Horrors (1940). He was also memorable as Frederick Robbins in Maurice Elvey's early science-fiction film Transatlantic Tunnel (1935).