CHARLES BOYER - DOCUMENT SIGNED 10/06/1950 - HFSID 270897
CHARLES BOYER Charles Boyer signs an agreement with the National Broadcasting Company, Inc. (NBC) for a quest appearance on The Bob Hope Show. Carbon Typed Document Signed: "Charles Boyer" in ink as Artist, 3p, 7¾x10¼, separate sheets. New York City, 1950 October 6.
Sale Price $306.00
Charles Boyer signs an agreement with the National Broadcasting Company, Inc. (NBC) for a quest appearance on The Bob Hope Show.
Carbon Typed Document Signed: "Charles Boyer" in ink as Artist, 3p, 7¾x10¼, separate sheets. New York City, 1950 October 6. Agreement between the National Broadcasting Company, Inc. (NBC) and Boyer for a guest appearance on The Bob Hope Show. The program was to be aired on NBC on Sunday, November 26, 1950 from 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM, New York City time, from NBC's New York studios. Boyer agrees to be available for rehearsals in Hollywood for approximately 14 days prior to November 23, 1950 and for rehearsals in New York City on or about November 23, 1950 until the date of the broadcast. Full payment was to be $3,000. A total of 14 points are listed. Also signed by a representative of the National Broadcasting Company, Inc. Matted to 27x13¼ with magazine photograph, b/w, 6½x10. Minor surface creases. Pages one and three are matted on front of display, page two is in a pouch affixed to verso, which has ink notes (unknown hand) at upper right corner. French born actor Charles Boyer (1899-1978) was a suave leading man who played opposite some of his era's most glamorous film stars, including Greta Garbo and Ingrid Bergmann. He was nominated four times for a Best Actor Academy Award: Conquest (1937), Algiers (1938), Gaslight (1944) and Fanny (1961). Pages are lightly creased and soiled, not at signatures. Light paper clip impression at upper left margin of page three. Mat is creased at corners. Fine condition. Matted, not in Gallery of History style. Not reviewed by us for conservation integrity. "As is" matting purchase.
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