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JACK WARDEN - DOCUMENT SIGNED 10/03/1961 CO-SIGNED BY: MAURICE R. MORTON - HFSID 173356

JACK WARDEN. DS: "Jack Warden", 1p, 8½ x11. Malibu, California, 1961 October 3. Warden signs his acceptance of a letter of agreement from Twentieth Century-Fox Television arranging to defer certain payments due him under a contract of the same date. Payroll ink stamp date: "Jan 6, 1962".

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JACK WARDEN. DS: "Jack Warden", 1p, 8½ x11. Malibu, California, 1961 October 3. Warden signs his acceptance of a letter of agreement from Twentieth Century-Fox Television arranging to defer certain payments due him under a contract of the same date. Payroll ink stamp date: "Jan 6, 1962". Also signed: "Maurice R. Morton" as Vice-President of 20th Century-Fox. In the he signed this document, Warden starred in the TV series, The Asphalt Jungle (1961), and he made guest appearances on three TV series: Checkmate, Bus Stop and Route 66. A former boxer, bouncer and lifeguard, Jack Warden (1920-2006), born John Lebzelter, was a frequent screen presence for half a century. He received Best Supporting Actor Oscar nominations for Shampoo (1975) and Heaven Can Wait (1978). Other prominent film roles include Twelve Angry Men (1957), Being There (1979) and Bullets Over Broadway (1994). Warden, who won an Emmy Award for the TV movie, Brian's Song (1969), also starred in several series, including The Wackiest Ship in the Army (1965-1966), NYPD (1967-1969), The Bad News Bears (1979-1980) and Crazy Like a Fox (1984-1986). Slightly creased and soiled. Pencil notes (unknown hand) at blank margins, ink note (unknown hand) at lower right corner. File holes at left and upper margins. Overall, fine condition.
 
 

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