ELIZABETH "LIZ" TAYLOR - DOCUMENT SIGNED 12/16/1952 - HFSID 218153
ELIZABETH TAYLOR Elizabeth Taylor signs a document with Loew's Inc. Partly printed Document Signed: "Elizabeth Taylor," 1¼p, 8½x11, separate sheets. Loew's Inc., Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures, Culver City, California, 1952 December 16. In letter form from Loew's Inc.
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Elizabeth Taylor signs a document with Loew's Inc.
Partly printed Document Signed: "Elizabeth Taylor," 1¼p, 8½x11, separate sheets. Loew's Inc., Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures, Culver City, California, 1952 December 16. In letter form from Loew's Inc., signed by the Vice President of Loew's and by 20-year-old Taylor who has "approved and accepted" the contents. In part: "It is your and our mutual desire that you see various wardrobe sketches in connection with wardrobe to be prepared for the role to be portrayed by you in our photoplay now entitled 'ALL THE BROTHERS WERE VALIANT' and it is agreeable to us to bring such sketches to your home and to call for them after you have had an opportunity to give them your consideration...." By the time ELIZABETH TAYLOR (1932-2011), one of America's most famous film actresses, signed this contract, she had already starred in such movie classics as Lassie Come Home, the 1943 film that resulted in her long contract with MGM, National Velvet (1944), Father of the Bride (1950), and A Place in the Sun (1951). THE FILM DESCRIBED HERE, ALL THE BROTHERS WERE VALIANT, WAS RELEASED IN 1953, AND STARRED STEWART GRANGER, ROBERT TAYLOR, AND ANN BLYTH. Taylor, one of the film industry's highest paid performers, has won Oscars for Best Actress in 1960 (Butterfield 8) and 1966 (Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?); she was also nominated for Academy Awards for her roles in Raintree County (1957), Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1958), and Suddenly Last Summer (1959). Staple holes and two loose-leaf holes in top blank margins, lightly creased (not affecting signature), else fine.
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