JERRY SEINFELD - MAGAZINE COVER SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: AL HIRSCHFELD - HFSID 254174
JERRY SEINFELD and AL HIRSCHFELD Jerry Seinfeld and Al Hirschfeld signs a "TV Guide" honoring Seinfeld. Magazine signed: "Jerry Seinfeld" and "Hirschfeld" on the cover, 302p, 5x7¼. Complete issue of the May 9-15, 1998 "TV Guide", captioned: "A Fond Farewell To/Seinfeld".
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JERRY SEINFELD and AL HIRSCHFELD
Jerry Seinfeld and Al Hirschfeld signs a "TV Guide" honoring Seinfeld.
Magazine signed: "Jerry Seinfeld" and "Hirschfeld" on the cover, 302p, 5x7¼. Complete issue of the May 9-15, 1998 "TV Guide", captioned: "A Fond Farewell To/Seinfeld". The 180th and final episode of Seinfeld aired on Thursday night, May 14, 1998, at 8 P.M. on NBC. The pilot was shown on July 5, 1989, and the series premiered on May 31, 1990. Winner of ten Emmy Awards, the show was honored by the United States government in 2000 with the issuance of a 33¢ postage stamp captioned "Seinfeld/Sitcom Sensation". AL HIRSCHFELD (1903-2003) has drawn the caricature of Jerry Seinfeld shown on the cover of this magazine. He was a renowned cartoonist, author and theatrical caricaturist with "The New York Times" from 1929. From 1945 on, Hirschfeld began incorporating the name of his daughter, Nina, in his drawings. The addition became so popular with his audience that after 1956 he began adding a numeral after his signature to signify how many "NINAs" he had hidden in the work. Hirschfeld died on January 20, 2003 at the age of 99. The article about Hirschfeld reveals that the artist "has watched Seinfeld for years, and now I rarely miss it", adding that Jerry was his favorite character. JERRY SEINFELD'S (born in 1954) career as a nightclub stand-up comedian led to him starring as himself on what arguably became the best sitcom of the 1990's. Less than three months later after his sitcom went off the air, Seinfeld was back as a stand-up comedian for a week on Broadway. His last performance was televised live on HBO, Sunday evening, August 9, 1998. Fine condition.
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