HENNY YOUNGMAN - CONTRACT SIGNED 11/14/1945 CO-SIGNED BY: ANNA SOSENKO - HFSID 76052
HENNY YOUNGMAN and ANNA SOSENKO A contract signed by the comedian to appear as a guest on a radio show, with manager Anna Sosenko signing beneath Contract signed: "Henny Youngman" and "Anna Sosenko", 1p, 8½x13. New York, N.Y., 1945 November 13.
Sale Price $396.00
HENNY YOUNGMAN and ANNA SOSENKO A contract signed by the comedian to appear as a guest on a radio show, with manager Anna Sosenko signing beneath Contract signed: "Henny Youngman" and "Anna Sosenko", 1p, 8½x13. New York, N.Y., 1945 November 13. YOUNGMAN commits to perform as a guest on the radio program The Raleigh Room, advertising products of the sponsor, Brown & Williamson Tobacco Company, on November 20, 1945 for $750.00. 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. SOSENKO (1910-2000), a producer and songwriter, also managed the cabaret singer Hildegarde. Her best known song, sung by Hildegarde but made famous by Nat King Cole, was "Darling, Je Vous Aime Beaucoup". Lightly creased, light horizontal crease underlines Youngman's signature. Lightly chipped at blank edges. Otherwise, fine condition.
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