LEO B. GORCEY - DOCUMENT SIGNED 01/01/1944 - HFSID 255177
Sale Price $680.00
Leo Gorcey signs a document for membership in the American Federation of Radio Artists, Los Angeles Local.
Partly Printed Document Signed: "Leo B. Gorcey" in pencil, 1p, 6½x8½ (front and verso). Los Angeles, 1944 January 1. His application for membership in the American Federation of Radio Artists, Los Angeles Local. He has written his address, phone number and agent's name. In 1935, Leo B. Gorcey (1917-1969) and his younger brother David starred in the stage play Dead End. In 1937, it was made into a movie, and Leo became one of the busiest actors in Hollywood for the next 20 years. From 1937-1939, he starred as Spit in seven Dead End Kids movies, from 1940-1945 as Muggs McGinnis in 22 East Side Kids films and from 1946-1956 as Slip Mahoney in 48 Bowery Boys movies. Leo B. Gorcey, five days younger than President Kennedy, died in 1969, a day before his 52nd birthday. Light mid-vertical fold between the "L" and "e" in Leo. Corners slightly worn and creased. Slight surface creases. Otherwise, fine condition.
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