DEAN MARTIN - DOCUMENT SIGNED 01/13/1967 CO-SIGNED BY: IRA GERSHWIN, EDDIE ALBERT, ALAN NAPIER, RICHARD M. SHERMAN, MARGO (MARGO ALBERT) , JEANNE MARTIN, DARIO MAIOCCHI - HFSID 257401
Sale Price $595.00
DEAN MARTIN, IRA GERSHWIN, EDDIE ALBERT, MARGO (ALBERT), ALAN NAPIER, RICHARD SHERMAN, DARIO MAIOCCHI and SPOUSES
Dean Martin, Ira Gershwin, Eddie Albert, Margo (Albert), Alan Napier, Richard Sherman, Dario Maiocchi and spouses sign a document acknowledge that the law firm of Irell & Manella, which acted as attorney for all the beneficiaries in a property purchase, also serve as attorneys for Dean and Jeanne Martin, whose beneficial interest in the property exceeds 50%.
Document signed: "Dean Martin", "Ira Gershwin", Eddie Albert", "Margo Albert", "Alan Napier", "Richard Sherman". Also signed by: "Philip H. Altbaum" , and by five more spouses: "Jeanne Martin", "Leonore S Gershwin", "Madeline Maiocchi", "Ursula Sherman", and "Rose M. Altbaum.", 1 p, 8½x13. No place, 1967 January 13. Statement attached to Title Holding Trust Agreement dated 1966 December 21 (not present). The "undersigned beneficiaries" acknowledge that the law firm of Irell & Manella, which acted as attorney for all the beneficiaries in a property purchase (not named here), also serve as attorneys for Dean and Jeanne Martin, whose beneficial interest in the property exceeds 50%. MARTIN (1917-1995) formed a popular comedy duo with Jerry Lewis in the 1950s.Often linked in films and Las Vegas nightclubs with his "Rat Pack" buddies, Martin also recorded over 100 albums and 500 songs, including favorites "That's Amore" and "Volare", and his signature tune, "Everybody Loves Somebody". His TV variety show, The Dean Martin Show, ran for a decade (1965-1974). The first lyricist to win a Pulitzer Prize (1932, Of Thee I Sing), Ira GERSHWIN (1896-1983) wrote the lyrics to a number of the songs by his older brother, George, including "Liza", beginning in 1924 for the musical Lady Be Good. In 1931, the brothers wrote for their first Hollywood musical, Delicious. After George's death in 1937, Ira worked with a number of other composers, including Jerome Kern (Cover Girl, 1944) and Harold Arlen (the musical remake of A Star is Born, 1954). Nominated for Academy Awards for Best Song in 1937 (Shall We Dance?), 1944 (Cover Girl) and 1954 (A Star is Born), Ira also wrote lyrics or the music score for a number of other feature films, including An American in Paris (1951), The Country Girl (1954) and Funny Face (1957). EDDIE ALBERT, probably best known for his role as city slicker turned farmer Oliver Douglas on TV's Green Acres (1965-1971), made his movie debut in Brother Rat in 1938. Nominated for Best Supporting Actor in 1953 (Roman Holiday) and 1972 (The Heartbreak Kid), Albert's film career included Airport '79, Escape to Witch Mountain, The Longest Yard, Captain Newman, M.D., The Longest Day, The Sun Also Rises, The Teahouse of the August Moon, Oklahoma!, You're in the Navy Now and Hit Parade of 1947. MARGO ALBERT, born in Mexico in 1917, danced with the band of her uncle, Xavier Cugat, helping to introduce the rumba to America. She appeared in character roles in several films and married Eddie Albert in 1945. In 1970, she joined with labor activists and others in the Latino community to form Plaza de la Raza in East Los Angeles, an arts complex that has grown to be one of the city's richest cultural resources. NAPIER (1903-1988) began on the English stage, before moving to Hollywood in 1940. Thereafter he played character parts in dozens of films, but may be best remembered as Bruce Wayne's butler in the TV series Batman (1966-1968). Richard SHERMAN, along with his brother Robert, wrote several popular songs and scores for Disney Studio films, including Mary Poppins (Oscars for Best Score and Best Song, "Chim Chim Cher-ee"), The Jungle Book, The Aristocats and the entire Winnie-the-Pooh series. They also wrote the words and music for Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Charlotte's Web and Little Nemo and created a new word: "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious". Dario MAOICCHI owns an art gallery in Milan, Italy and an interior design firm, Dima. File holes at top. Horizontal fold in blank area. Otherwise, fine condition.
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