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FAY WRAY - DOCUMENT SIGNED 05/06/1958 - HFSID 167885

FAY WRAY An employee personnel statement filled out by Wray, listing her name, address, marital status, place of birth, etc. Document signed: "Fay Wray" as Employee, 1p, 8¼x5½. No place, but likely Los Angeles, California, 1958 May 6.

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FAY WRAY
An employee personnel statement filled out by Wray, listing her name, address, marital status, place of birth, etc.
Document signed: "Fay Wray" as Employee, 1p, 8¼x5½. No place, but likely Los Angeles, California, 1958 May 6. Headed: "Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation/Employee Personnel Statement". Form listing information such as social security number, name, address, sex, race, marital status ("single") and date and place of birth ("9-15-07 Mountain View Alberta, Canada"). Filled in by another hand. In 1958, Wray appeared in two films, Summer Love (for Universal Pictures) and Dragstrip Riot (American International Pictures). That year, she also guest starred on the Kraft Television Theatre and on episodes of Alfred Hitchcock Presents and Perry Mason. Although actress Fay Wray (1907-2004), born Vina Fay Wray in Canada, made more than 75 films, she is best remembered for her role as Ann Darrow in the 1933 classic, King Kong. Wray, "the beauty who killed the beast", started in films at the age of 12 in 1919 (Blind Husbands), and first found stardom in 1928 in The Wedding March. She continued making appearances in films through 1980, when she was featured in the made-for-TV movie, Gideon's Trumpet. Her other film credits include Thunderbolt (1929), Viva Villa (1934), Bulldog Jack (1935) and Tammy and the Bachelor (1957). Wray's autobiography, On the Other Hand, was published in 1989. Some parts of this document have been censored to protect signer identity. The actual document does not contain these concealing marks. Ink notes (unknown hand) at upper right portion, rubber stamped "P-14" at upper margin. Check marks (blue and red ink) at some blanks. 2 file holes at upper margin, lower right corner creased. Light surface creases. Slightly toned. Otherwise, fine condition.

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