AUDREY MEADOWS - ANNOTATED CONTRACT MULTI-SIGNED 05/11/1961 - HFSID 262429
AUDREY MEADOWS Audrey Meadows signs standard AFRA contract to appear on Perry Como's Kraft Music Hall Typed Document Signed: "Audrey Meadows" and Initialed "AM" 29 times.18p, 8½x11. New York, 1961, May 11. Contract between Roncom Productions, Inc.
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Audrey Meadows signs standard AFRA contract to appear on Perry Como's Kraft Music Hall
Typed Document Signed: "Audrey Meadows" and Initialed "AM" 29 times.18p, 8½x11. New York, 1961, May 11. Contract between Roncom Productions, Inc., New York and Meadows for her appearance on Perry Como's Kraft Music Hall. Headed: "Standard AFTRA Engagement Contract for Single Television Broadcast and for Multiple Television Broadcasts Within One Calendar Week". Contract for Morgan to appear as a "Guest Artist" on Perry Como's Kraft Music Hall, to be live May 31, 1961. Meadows was to be paid $7500.00 compensation, with the check made payable to MCA Artists, Ltd., New York, New York. Also signed: "Harvey B. Sindle" as Assistant Secretary of Roncom Productions, Inc. Married to Continental Airlines CEO Robert Six from 1961 until his death in 1986, Audrey Meadows (1926-1996) was born in Wu'chang China. Her parents were missionaries and returned to the United States when Audrey was 6. Up until that time, she spoke nothing but Chinese. Her acting career began when she appeared on Broadway for a few months in Top Banana (1951). She then got a job on The Bob And Ray Show on NBC (1951). In 1952, Meadows was hired to play Alice Kramden on "The Honeymooners", a comedy sketch which was shown during the second half hour of The Jackie Gleason Show on CBS (1952-1957). "The Honeymooners" was first seen on Dumont's Cavalcade of Stars (1950-1952); Pert Kelton had portrayed Alice. Nominated for four Emmys for Best Supporting Actress in a Regular Series (1954-1957) for portraying Alice Kramden, Audrey Meadows won the 1955 Emmy. She later starred in a few films including That Touch Of Mink (1961) and Take Her, She's Mine (1962), later appearing as Ted Knight's mother in law in the sitcom Too Close For Comfort (1982-1983). Staples at upper edge. Light paperclip crease upper left. Edges lightly damaged and creased. Overall, fine condition.
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