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LOUIS HAYWARD - CONTRACT SIGNED 01/29/1941 - HFSID 178254

Hayward and RKO Radio pictures signed this contract in 1941 to extend the term of his contract with the studio by eight weeks. RKO Radio Pictures did this because Hayward took a job with another studio during the term of his contract with them.

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LOUIS HAYWARD
Hayward and RKO Radio pictures signed this contract in 1941 to extend the term of his contract with the studio by eight weeks. RKO Radio Pictures did this because Hayward took a job with another studio during the term of his contract with them.
Contract signed "Louis Hayward". Also signed by a vice president of RKO Radio Pictures, Inc. 3 pages, 8 ½ x 11, single-sided. Jan. 29, 1941.This contract is in response to a letter that Hayward sent RKO Radio Pictures on Jan. 8 1941. Hayward told RKO Radio Pictures in that letter that he would being shooting a film produced Lester Cowan by another studio, Columbia Pictures, in mid-March of that year. (This film was probably Ladies in Retirement, in which Hayward had the male lead role of Albert Feather) However, Hayward was under contract with RKO Radio Pictures at the time, which he'd signed on March 25, 1940. In response to Hayward's actions, RKO Radio Pictures used this document to extend the term of his current contract with them by eight weeks to June 9, 1941. Hayward (1909-1985, born in Johannesburg, South Africa) was an American actor with over 60 TV shows and movies to his credit between 1932 and 1974. He managed a London nightclub before debuting on the London stage. He co-starred in a number of stage productions, including Dracula and Another Language, before his screen debut in Self-Made Lady (1932). He premiered on Broadway in 1935's Point Verlaine, a performance that which earned him a Hollywood contract. Hayward played rogues and heroes... and sometimes a little of both, with roles as D'Artagnan, Dick Turpin, Captain Blood, Simon Templar in the last of the Saint B-movie series and, in 1954, as producer and star of The Lone Wolf TV series. Hayward served as a Marine during World War II and supervised the filming of the Battle of Tarawa, earning him a Bronze Star for courage under fire. Lightly toned and creased. Staple holes at top edge. Otherwise in fine condition.

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