GENE BARRY - APPLICATION SIGNED 12/16/1965 CO-SIGNED BY: EDWARD SHERMAN, ALFRED L. MARGOLIS, BERNARD LEVINE - HFSID 180803
GENE BARRY and OTHERS Gene Barry signs an application for The Friars Club of California, sponsoring Bernard Levine, with Alfred Margolis and Edward Sherman also signing Partly Printed Document Signed: "Gene Barry" as Co-Sponsor. 4p, conjoining leaves, 8½x11.
Sale Price $306.00
GENE BARRY and OTHERS
Gene Barry signs an application for The Friars Club of California, sponsoring Bernard Levine, with Alfred Margolis and Edward Sherman also signing
Partly Printed Document Signed: "Gene Barry" as Co-Sponsor. 4p, conjoining leaves, 8½x11. Beverly Hills, California, 1965 December 16. Also signed: "Bernard Levine" as Applicant, "Edward Sherman" as Sponsor and "Alfred L. Margolis" as Co-Sponsor. Membership Application for The Friars Club of California. Actor Gene Barry (1919-2009) starred in radio, stage, film and television. He is best known for his portrayal of dapper, well-dressed leading characters in television series. Barry's television works include Our Miss Brooks, Bat Masterson, Burke's Law and The Name of the Game. In 1964, Burke's Law won a Golden Globe Award for Best Television Show; Gene Barry won a Golden Globe Award for Best Television Star (Male). Always the epitome of diamond-in-the-rough masculinity, Barry astounded his fans in the mid-1980s by accepting the role of an aging homosexual in the stage musical version of the French film comedy La Cage Aux Follies. EDWARD SHERMAN (1903-1980) was the long-time manager and agent of the comedy duo Abbott and Costello. He was also an executive producer on The 30 Foot Bride of Candy Rock (1959), Lou Costello's lone solo project after his split with Bud Abbott in 1957. While Alfred L. Margolis and Bernard Levine (1925-1988) have been identified, no relevant information can be found at this time. Lightly soiled and creased. Folds, horizontal folds touch all signatures. Pinhead-size hole at top blank margin. Otherwise, fine condition.
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