ELIZABETH "BETH" ALLEN - DOCUMENT SIGNED 03/30/1956 - HFSID 282087
ELIZABETH ALLEN AFTRA membership application signed by actress Elizabeth Allen in 1956 Document signed: "Beth Allen" in blue ink. Ink notations in unknown hand. 2 pages, 6x9, 1 sheet, front and verso. With 6½x3¼ initiation fee receipt carbon copy with perforated left edge stapled at top edge.
Sale Price $391.00
AFTRA membership application signed by actress Elizabeth Allen in 1956
Document signed: "Beth Allen" in blue ink. Ink notations in unknown hand. 2 pages, 6x9, 1 sheet, front and verso. With 6½x3¼ initiation fee receipt carbon copy with perforated left edge stapled at top edge. March 30, 1956. Membership form for the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. Stage and screen actress Elizabeth "Beth" Allen (1929-2006) began as a model with the Ford Modeling Agency in New York and made her acting debut on stage (1955) in a summer theatre production of The Tender Trap. Her first Broadway appearance was in Romanoff and Juliet (1957) - the same year she was in The Merchant of Venice and The Reluctant Debutante. Allen was twice nominated for Tony Awards: Best Supporting Actress in The Gay Life (1962) and Best Actress in Do I Hear a Waltz? (1965). Television was equally good to her as she was the "Away-We-Go" girl on The Jackie Gleason Show (1955) and became a regular on many of the variety shows like The Jack Parr Show (1959) and The Paul Lynde Show (1972-1973). With her game show appearances-Password (1972), Hollywood Squares (1973), Match Game 73 (1976), etc., Allen had literally hundreds of TV credits that include appearances on the soaps The Guiding Light (1983) and Another World (1980). In feature film, two of her more noted appearances were in John Ford productions: Donovan's Reef (1963) with John Wayne and Cheyenne Autumn (1964) with Richard Widmark. Lightly toned and creased. Receipt creased and lightly discolored at top edge, carbon copy marks. Otherwise, fine condition.
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