BUSBY BERKELEY - DOCUMENT DOUBLE SIGNED 05/11/1932 - HFSID 254978
Sale Price $450.00
He signs and initials a voucher, drawing one sixth of a week's pay from Samuel Goldwyn
Document Double Signed: "Busby Berkeley", 5½x4¼ form. Also initialed: "B". Los Angeles, California, 1932 May 11. Petty Cash Voucher of Samuel Goldwyn Inc., Ltd. Berkeley has signed his handwritten claim for $16.67, one sixth of a week's salary. Director and choreographer Busby Berkeley (1895-1976) is famed for his spectacular musical production numbers, featuring scores of chorus girls. Beginning with hit Broadway musicals in the 1920s, Berkeley moved to films with the advent of sound, producing hit musical films like 42nd Street (1933). When not choreographing and directing musical extravaganzas, he proved a skilled director of serious dramas like They Made Me a Criminal (1939). At age 75, he came out of retirement to direct a Broadway revival of No No Nanette. Staple holes at upper margin. Fine condition.
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