JACK KLUGMAN - DOCUMENT SIGNED 12/01/1954 CO-SIGNED BY: ARMINA MARSHALL - HFSID 281094
JACK KLUGMAN and ARMINA MARSHALL Both sign a letter of agreement on Theatre Guild letterhead regarding a 1954 TV appearance by the actor Document Signed: "Jack Klugman" ("accepted") and "Armina Marshall" (originator of letter), 1 page, 8½x11. New York, N.Y.
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JACK KLUGMAN and ARMINA MARSHALL Both sign a letter of agreement on Theatre Guild letterhead regarding a 1954 TV appearance by the actor Document Signed: "Jack Klugman" ("accepted") and "Armina Marshall" (originator of letter), 1 page, 8½x11. New York, N.Y., 1954 December 1. Partly printed document with Klugman's name typed in, stating that he understands and accepts the terms of a Standard AFTRA Contract for a single television broadcast under the sponsorship of United States Steel. The veteran of over 400 television shows, JACK KLUGMAN (1922-2012), born Jacob Joachim Klugman in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, won his first Emmy Award for a guest appearance on The Defenders in 1964. From 1971 to 1974, he won another two Emmy Awards for one of his most memorable roles: slob Oscar Madison on The Odd Couple, which co-starred Tony Randall. He also starred in Quincy (also titled Quincy, M.E.) which was televised on NBC from 1976 to 1983. He starred in the title role as Dr. R. Quincy, a medical examiner for the Los Angeles County Coroner's Office. Klugman, who was also nominated for the 1960 Tony Award for Best Supporting or Featured Actor (Musical) for Gypsy, had made his film debut eight years later in Grubstake (1952). His other notable films include 12 Angry Men (1958), Days of Wine and Roses (1962), Goodbye, Columbus (1969) and Dear God (1996). MARSHALL (1894 or 1895-1991, born in the Cherokee Strip of the old Oklahoma Territory), who first appeared on the Broadway stage in 1924, became a prominent playwright and producer. She was also a co-administrator of the Theatre Guild, which has produced 228 Broadway plays as of 2002. Marshall and Langer received a Tony Award for the stage version of Sunrise at Campobello in 1958 and a special Tony (1961) for organizing the first repertory group to tour the world for the U. S. State Department (at the behest of President John F. Kennedy). Staple holes at upper left corner. Lightly toned. Otherwise, fine condition.
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