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HENRY KOSTER - DOCUMENT SIGNED 02/28/1964 - HFSID 147602

HENRY KOSTER Henry Koster signs a document for the Directors Guild of America. Partly Printed Document Signed: "Henry Koster", 1p, 8½x11. No place, 1964 February 28. Directors Guild of America form for reporting earnings information to be used to calculate membership dues.

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HENRY KOSTER
Henry Koster signs a document for the Directors Guild of America.
Partly Printed Document Signed: "Henry Koster", 1p, 8½x11. No place, 1964 February 28. Directors Guild of America form for reporting earnings information to be used to calculate membership dues. Koster has filled out the form by printing the following information: [name & address] "Henry Koster, 1658 San Onofre Dr., Pac. Pal., Calif". Henry Koster (1905-1988, born Herman Kosterlitz in Berlin, Germany) was almost 50 directing credits and about as many screenwriting credits. A multitalented artist, Koster got his start as an author, painter, scuplor and cartoonist before joining UFA Studios as a screenwriter. He was promoted to director at UFA during the early 1930s. But Koster was a Jew, and he was forced to leave Germany for Budapest. He met producer Joseph Pasternak in Hungary, who brought Koster with him to Hollywood. Koster's early films were musicals, but he graduated to comedies, including a number of Jimmy Stewart movies like Harvey (1950) and Mr. Hobbs Takes a Vacation (1962). He also directed 20th Century-Fox's first Cinemascope feature, The Robe (1953). Koster earned an Oscar nomination for The Bishop's Wife (1947). Ink initials at lower right, ink note at lower left edge, pencil initials at stamp (all unknown hand). Fine condition.

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