Sue Thompson(Hickory 1217)-"True Confession"/"Suzie"-1963-45 RPM With Picture Sleeve. Sue Thompson (born Eva Sue McKee; July 19, 1925 – September 23, 2021) was an American pop and country music singer. She was best known for the million selling hits "Sad Movies (Make Me Cry)" and "Norman", both pop hits in the early 1960s, and her 1965 hit "Paper Tiger". In 1960, Thompson signed on with Columbia Records, who renamed the singer "Taffy Thomas" and issued one non-charting single under this artist name. Thereafter, the Taffy Thomas moniker was quickly dropped, and Thompson signed with Hickory Records. In 1961, after having issued over a dozen non-charting singles in a decade-long recording career, Thompson's "Sad Movies (Make Me Cry)" became a No. 5 hit on the pop charts. She followed this up successfully with "Norman," which reached No. 3. Both of these hit singles were written by songwriter John D. Loudermilk. They both sold over one million copies, and were awarded gold discs. Both were also chart successes in Australia, reaching #3 and #8 respectively. In 1962, "Have a Good Time" was a Top 40 hit and in 1963, "Willie Can" was a minor hit. Her early 1960s' hits made Thompson, then in her late-thirties but with a much younger-sounding voice, a favorite among the teenage crowd and briefly a rival to the much younger Connie Francis and Brenda Lee. Two additional hits, also written by Loudermilk, were "James (Hold the Ladder Steady)" and "Paper Tiger." The latter song, in 1965, was her last Top 30 hit, and her biggest hit in Britain and in Australia, where it reached #3. The picture sleeve has been autographed on the front by Sue Thompson.........CONDITION OF RECORD, PICTURE SLEEVE AND AUTOGRAPH IS EXCELLENT.