HENNY YOUNGMAN - CONTRACT MULTI-SIGNED 06/30/1987 - HFSID 280836
HENNY YOUNGMAN Henny Youngman signs a contract for his appearance on "The Laugh Machine". Contract Multi Signed: "Henny Youngman" as artist and
Sale Price $396.00
HENNY YOUNGMAN Henny Youngman signs a contract for his appearance on "The Laugh Machine". Contract Multi Signed: "Henny Youngman" as artist and initialed twice: "HY" on rider, 2p, 8½x14 Signed by representative of William Morris Agency, Inc. Beverley Hills, California, 1987 June 30. Contract for Henny Goodman to appear on "The Laugh Machine" on July 9, 1987. Henny Youngman (1906-1998), a comedian who specialized in rapid-fire jokes, was known as "The King of One-Liners". Over his seven-decade career, he moved with ease from vaudeville to radio to TV variety shows to occasional movie roles. A capable violinist who had led a small band, he played the violin in his show to set up jokes. Playing off one of his best known quips, he titled his autobiography Take My Life - Please. In 1976, the year before he signed this document, Youngman appeared in Silent Movie and Won Ton Ton, the Dog Who Saved Hollywood. Slightly creased. Staple holes at upper left. Usual Xerox marks. Otherwise, fine condition.
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