FLORENCE STANLEY - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 12/06/1966 - HFSID 22952
FLORENCE STANLEY Writing to arrange an interview, following one of her matinee performances Typed Letter signed: "Florence Stanley", 1 page, 8½x11. No place, 1966 December 6. To Miss Liebhaber, in full: "Thank you so much for your nice letter.
Sale Price $198.00
Writing to arrange an interview, following one of her matinee performances
Typed Letter signed: "Florence Stanley", 1 page, 8½x11. No place, 1966 December 6. To Miss Liebhaber, in full: "Thank you so much for your nice letter. Perhaps we could arrange some time for an interview. Generally my best times for that would be after the Wednesday and Saturday matinee. Perhaps you could drop me a note with your phone number and when you can be reached by phone. I'll call you and we can set up an appointment. I'm enclosing the two photos you requested. [Items not included.] Sincerely". Florence Stanley (1924-2003) was best known to a wide audience for her comic roles on television, especially the wife of Detective Fish on Barney Miller and Fish, beginning in 1975. She played guest appearances on many sitcoms, including Golden Girls and Night Court. However, theater critics recognized her talent for tragedy, as in her much praised role as Clymnestra in the New York Shakespeare Festival performance of Electra (1964). Mike Nichols cast her in several of his plays and films, beginning with The Prisoner of Second Avenue (1971). Lightly creased. Lightly worn at edges. Slightly woned. Otherwise, fine condition.
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