CHARLES AIDMAN - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 11/04/1984 - HFSID 40476
Sale Price $198.00
Aidman writes regarding his adaptation of Spoon River Anthology
Typed letter signed:"Charles Aidman", 1p. 6x9, no location, 1984 November 4, personal letterhead, to Todd M. Axelrod. In part: "my adaptation of the Broadway and television production of 'SPOON RIVER ANTHOLOGY', which I conceived, directed, wrote the lyrics for and starred in, both at the Booth Theatre on Broadway and in the CBS television production...". American actor Charles Aidman (1925-1993) did not get interested in acting until WWII - while in naval officer training at DePaul University. Acting and directing off-Broadway, his biggest success came on television-beginning in the1940s he appeared in too many to list, some are: The Kraft Television Theatre (1947), Zane Grey Theater (1956), Wagon Train (1957), Dr. Kildare (1961), Streets of San Francisco (1972), Quincy M.E. (1976-1982), and was a regular on The Wild Wild West. Fine condition.
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