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FRED ZINNEMANN - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED CHECK 12/22/1941 - HFSID 281395

FRED ZINNEMANN He signed this personal check 3 weeks after Pearl Harbor Check signed: "Fred Zinnemann", 6x2¾. Hollywood, California, 1941 December 22. Check #368, drawn on his account at Security-First National Bank, payable to Ilonka Garrett for $55.83.

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FRED ZINNEMANN He signed this personal check 3 weeks after Pearl Harbor
Check signed: "Fred Zinnemann", 6x2¾. Hollywood, California, 1941 December 22. Check #368, drawn on his account at Security-First National Bank, payable to Ilonka Garrett for $55.83. Viennese-born director Fred Zinnemann (1907-1997) ranks with Billy Wilder as one of America's two greatest expatriate directors. Arriving in the US in 1929 as a camera man, Zinnemann made B movies in the 1940s before hitting the big time with The Search in 1948. He won Best Director Oscars for From Here to Eternity (1957) and A Man for All Seasons (1966), and two more for short subjects. He scored additional Oscar nominations for The Search, High Noon (1951), The Nun's Story (1959), The Sundowners (1960) and Julia (1977). His other noteworthy film directing credits include The Member of the Wedding (1952), Oklahoma (1955), Behold a Pale Horse (1964) and The Day of the Jackal (1973). The year he signed this check, Zinnemann directed the film Forbidden Passage. Paperclip creases at left and right edges - center. Creased and fold creases. Ink processing stamp affects "Fred" of signature. Processing holes throughout upper center section. Previously authenticated by JSA.

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