GARARD GREEN - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 07/27/1984 - HFSID 42514
GARARD GREEN The British actor writes to The American Museum of Historical Documents regarding some documents he plans on sending. Typed Letter signed: "Garard Green", 1 page, 5½x7. Iver Heath, Buckinghamshire, 1984 July 27. On his personal letterhead addressed to Mr. Todd M.
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The British actor writes to The American Museum of Historical Documents regarding some documents he plans on sending.
Typed Letter signed: "Garard Green", 1 page, 5½x7. Iver Heath, Buckinghamshire, 1984 July 27. On his personal letterhead addressed to Mr. Todd M. Axelrod, The American Museum of Historical Documents, Las Vegas, Nevada. In full: "Dear Mr. Axelrod, Further to my letter of the 25th inst. I write to let you know that I will shortly be sending you further material which I think might be of interest to you - in the form of an actual script I will be using early next month in the course of a B.B.C. Radio production. Incidentally, my personal letter to you of the 25th was not meant to be considered for inclusion in any presentation you may make of the material I sent you. But I am sure you appreciated that fact. I will be contacting you again shortly. Meanwhile - all best wishes. Sincerely yours," Accompanied by the transmittal envelope addressed to Mr. Todd M. Axelrod, The American Museum of Historical Documents, Las Vegas, Nevada, postmark illegible. British actor Garard Green (1924-2004) was born in Madras, India. A graduate of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London, he worked in stage, film, radio and television for over forty years. His best remembered films include The Strange Case of Dr. Manning (1957), The Crawling Eye (1958), The Flesh and the Fiends (1960) and The Zebra Man (1992). A leg injury he sustained while fighting in World War II led Green to focus more on audio acting and he has performed over 3,000 BBC Radio Productions and recorded over 200 audio books for the Royal National Institute of the Blind. Green appeared in numerous television programs including The Three Musketeers (1954), The Vise (1959-1961), The Desperate People (1963), Danger Island (1967) and The Life of Confucius (1998). Staple holes at top left. Slightly creased. Otherwise, fine condition.
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