JESSE L. LASKY - AUTOGRAPH - HFSID 101041
Sale Price $144.00
JESSE L. LASKY
Jesse L. Lasky signs a piece of paper in green ink.
Signature: "Jesse L. Lasky", 4x3 piece of paper. Jesse L. Lasky (1880-1958) formed the Jesse L. Lasky Feature Play Company in 1913, persuaded by his brother-in-law, Samuel Goldwyn (then known as Sam Goldfish). In 1916, Famous Players merged with the Lasky Feature Play Company to form Famous Players-Lasky and after a few name changes, finally became Paramount Pictures. Jesse Lasky was forced to leave his job as head of production in 1932. He began a new career as an independent producer releasing through various studios including Fox and RKO. He partnered with Mary Pickford to form Pickford-Lasky Productions which made a few features in the mid-1930s such as The Gay Desperado (1936) with Leo Carrillo and Ida Lupino. Fold creases through "L" of signature. Fine condition.
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