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DORE SCHARY - COLLECTION - HFSID 284357

DORE SCHARY Still from the 1956 film The Swan, inscribed and signed by him in 1961. Accompanied by a transmittal letter from Schary's secretary authenticating the piece. Photograph inscribed and signed: "To G. E. Sholly/with every good wish-/Dore Schary/May, 3, 1961". B/w 10x8 captioned at lower margin © 1956 Loew's Inc. Lightly toned. Otherwise fine condition.

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DORE SCHARY
Still from the 1956 film The Swan, inscribed and signed by him in 1961. Accompanied by a transmittal letter from Schary's secretary authenticating the piece.
Photograph inscribed and signed: "To G. E. Sholly/with every good wish-/Dore Schary/May, 3, 1961". B/w 10x8 captioned at lower margin © 1956 Loew's Inc. Lightly toned. Otherwise fine condition. Accompanied by typed transmittal letter on his personal stationery, dated May 3, 1961, to George Sholly in Lebanon, Pennsylvania, signed by his secretary and reading, in part: "Mr. Schary has been in and out of the city for the past few months, and for this reason, the enclosed still was delayed in being returned to you. Mr. Schary took pleasure in inscribing it for you ..." Minor creases. Otherwise, fine condition. Playwright, screenwriter and producer Dore Schary (1905-1980) earned five Oscar nominations, including one win: Boys Town, Best Story (1938). He received three Tony nominations, also including one win: Sunrise at Campobello, Best Play (1958). He both wrote and produced the stage and screen versions of the latter. Schary produced and directed the stage version of The Unsinkable Molly Brown. A staunch civil libertarian, Schary was chairman of the B'nai B'rith Anti-Defamation League (1963-1969). Schary died on July 7, 1980. Two items.

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