ANTHONY QUINN - CONTRACT SIGNED 08/15/1970 CO-SIGNED BY: MILTON M. GROSSMAN - HFSID 253186
ANTHONY QUINN and MILTON M. GROSSMAN The Academy Award winning actor employs the Milton M. Grossman Agency, Inc. as his agent for theatrical motion pictures for one year at a commission of seven percent.
Sale Price $488.75
ANTHONY QUINN and MILTON M. GROSSMAN
The Academy Award winning actor employs the Milton M. Grossman Agency, Inc. as his agent for theatrical motion pictures for one year at a commission of seven percent.
Partly Printed Document signed: "Anthony Quinn" as Actor and "Milton M Grossman" as Agent for the Milton M. Grossman Agency, Inc. on page 7, 7 pages, 8½x11, front and verso. Hollywood, California, 1970 August 10. Headed: "Theatrical Motion Picture/Artists' Manager Contract/(Agency Contract)". Quinn employs the Milton M. Grossman Agency, Inc. "as his agent in theatrical motion pictures...." The contract, which was limited to theatrical motion pictures, was to be for a term of one year, commencing on August 15, 1970. Quinn agrees to pay a commission of Seven percent of "all money or other consideration received...." Also initialed: "AQ" and "MMG" on first page. Over the term of this contract, Quinn appeared in three feature films: Walk in the Spring Rain, R.P.M. and Flap (all 1970). Mexican-born actor Anthony Quinn (1915-2001) portrayed peasants and other memorable, earthy characters in a 65-year film acting career. He earned Academy Awards as Best Supporting Actor for Viva Zapata (1952) and Lust for Life (1956), and Quinn was nominated for the Best Actor Oscar for Wild is the Wind (1957) and for his most fondly remembered role as the title character in Zorba the Greek (1964). The second of Quinn's memoirs, One Man Tango (1997), was candid and apologetic about events in his tempestuous private life. Quinn was also a talented painter. Slightly creased. Two file holes at upper blank margins, staple holes at upper left corners. Fine condition.
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