JUDY CANOVA - CONTRACT DOUBLE SIGNED 11/01/1957 - HFSID 345554
JUDY CANOVA The Hall of famer actress signs this contract in which she engages William Morris Agency as her exclusive manager and representative around the world, in blue ink Contract Double Signed: “Judy Canova”, “
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The Hall of famer actress signs this contract in which she engages William Morris Agency as her exclusive manager and representative around the world, in blue ink
Contract Double Signed: “Judy Canova”, “J.C.” and “Ann Roseubol” as representative of William Morris Agency in blue ink. 8¼x11. Two pages (front and verso). Date: November 1, 1957. Multi-talented Judy Canova (1913-1983) began her career with her brother and sister in New York nightclubs, where she sang, yodeled and played the guitar. Canova made her film debut in 1934, as a member of the Canova family, in The Song of Fame. She would go on to appear in a number of feature films, including Artists & Models (1937), Puddin' Head (1941), Sleepytime Gal (1942), Joan of Ozark (1942), Chatterbox (1943), Louisiana Hayride (1944), Singin' in the Corn (1946), Oklahoma Annie (1952), Lay that Rifle Down (1955) and The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (1960). Canova, who was called Queen of the Air (1949), Queen of Corn and Jenny Lind of the Ozarks, was also a popular radio performer, hosting the Judy Canova Radio Show for 12 years, and she also appeared on Broadway and on television. Canova made several TV movies, including Li'l Abner (1967), and she guest starred on a number of series, from Matinee Theatre (1955) to The Love Boat (1977). The WILLIAM MORRIS AGENCY (WMA) held the record of being the longest-running entertainment talent agency, spanning 109 years. It represented some of the most well-known entertainers of the 20th century across mediums like television, film and music. In April 2009 WMA merged with the Endeavor Talent Agency to form William Morris Endeavour. Toned. Two binding holes at upper center margin. Staple holes at upper margin. Lightly creased. Otherwise, fine condition.
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