GIG YOUNG - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED CHECK 11/21/1973 - HFSID 274099
GIG YOUNG. Check filled out and signed: "Gig Young", 6x2¾. Los Angeles, California,1973 November 21. Check No. 525, drawn on City National Bank, Beverly Hills, payable to "Mark C. Bloom" for "$282.18"
Sale Price $216.00
GIG YOUNG. Check filled out and signed: "Gig Young", 6x2¾. Los Angeles, California,1973 November 21. Check No. 525, drawn on City National Bank, Beverly Hills, payable to "Mark C. Bloom" for "$282.18". In the year he wrote this check, Young starred in one feature film, A Son-in-Law for Charlie McReady. Gig Young (1913-1978) made his screen debut in 1941 in You're in the Army Now under his birth name, Byron Barr. The following year, he played a character named Gig Young in The Gay Sisters, and subsequently changed his name to that of his character as there was already an actor named Byron Barr in Hollywood. Young, who was awarded the Best Supporting Actor Academy Award in 1969 for They Shoot Horses, Don't They?, was also nominated in that category for Come Fill the Cup (1951) and Teacher's Pet (1958). He also appeared in a number of other films, including Sergeant York (1941), Kid Galahad and That Touch of Mink (both in 1962), and appeared on several television shows, including The Twilight Zone. Three large, bold signatures of the Oscar-winning actor. Slightly soiled. Ink notations (unknown hand) at top. Bank stamp on verso shows through faintly at signature. One-half-inch nick at left of upper edge. Otherwise, fine condition.
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