JOHN STEINBECK Remarkable Holiday letter to a friend, reporting that his dog was poisoned and that he himself had shot Santa Claus Autograph Letter signed: "John Steinbeck", 1 page, 5½x8½. No place, December 17, n.y. To "Dear Ballou", in full: "I had intended to acknowledge your good letter, and then didn't because we were subjected to a maddening tragedy. For it developed that Tillie had been given ground glass. It took her two weeks to die of it and we only knew what it was after she was dead. It made me very said and quite tired. I gave her salt injections every fifteen minutes for almost sixty hours. No chance of knowing who did it of course as I might get a little national publicity for an ax murder. I don't know whether you celebrate Christmas. If you do I hope it's a good one. We shot Santa Clause and are having him for dinner. His skin is pretty good too if the hair doesn't slip. By the way (not by the way at all of course) Mc & O in a letter of the middle of November, said a check would be forthcoming on the first of December. Can it be that this has been lost in the mail. Would you mind asking them whether or not they sent it? These are my Christmas cards. Have you heard of the one C. read more...
Authors | Scripts
DICK SHARPLES Signed copy of a 120-page script he wrote for the British version of General Hospital. Script signed: "Dick Sharples/12.2.80", 120 pages, 8x13. Script for Episode 10 of the television series General Hospital, by Dick Sharples, titled "Long Weekend". English writer Dick Sharples (b. read more...
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MIKE WALLACE As one of the show's best and most prolific journalists, he signs a script for CBS News' 60 Minutes. Script Signed: "Mike Wallace". Color, 24 pages, 5½x8½. Script for CBS News 60 Minutes, Volume XXVI Number 16, January 2, 1994. read more...
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GARY K. WOLF The creator of Roger Rabbit signs a script of the movie (and adds Roger's paw print). Script signed: "Gary K. Wolf/[He has drawn a paw print] and/Roger/too!", 187 pages, 8½x11. Screenplay for the film Who Framed Roger Rabbit?, signed on front cover. Gary K. Wolf wrote the novel Who Censored Roger Rabbit? in 1981. read more...
Sale Price $108.00