GEORGE S. KAUFMAN - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 07/23/1956 - HFSID 189589
GEORGE S. KAUFMAN George S. Kaufman sends a typed letter Okaying the use of Feuer-Martin for foreign rights. Typed Letter Signed: "George", 1p, 8x10. London, Great Britain, 1956 July 23. On his personal letterhead to Arnold.
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GEORGE S. KAUFMAN
George S. Kaufman sends a typed letter Okaying the use of Feuer-Martin for foreign rights.
Typed Letter Signed: "George", 1p, 8x10. London, Great Britain, 1956 July 23. On his personal letterhead to Arnold. In full: "The Feuer-Martin proposition on handling foreign rights is quite all right. I thought I'd okayed that long ago. Not for circulation, but it strikes me that an ideal life would involve Feuer of Martin." One correction in his hand. The winner of two Pulitzer Prizes (Of Thee I Sing, 1932 and You Can't Take It With You, 1937), George S. Kaufman (1889-1961) brought satirical, hilarious dialogue to his collaborations and his own plays, including Strike Up the Band, and screenplays (Animal Crackers, A Night at the Opera). Kaufman, who often collaborated with such noted American writers as Moss Hart and Edna Ferber, wrote Silk Stockings with Abe Burrows in 1955. His other New York shows include I'd Rather Be Right (11/37-7/38) and Of Mice & Men (opened in 1937). Lightly creased not near signature. Receive date stamp at upper right corner. File holes at upper margin. Fine condition.
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