LOUIS HAYWARD - QUESTIONNAIRE SIGNED - HFSID 178237
LOUIS HAYWARD Blank employee's questionnaire signed by Hayward in blue ink. Accompanied by two pages of an unsigned 1941 contract for Hayward to appear in a movie tentatively titled The Play's The Thing. Questionnaire signed "Louis Hayward" in blue ink. 1 page, 8¼x10¾.
Sale Price $252.00
Blank employee's questionnaire signed by Hayward in blue ink. Accompanied by two pages of an unsigned 1941 contract for Hayward to appear in a movie tentatively titled The Play's The Thing.
Questionnaire signed "Louis Hayward" in blue ink. 1 page, 8¼x10¾. Titled: "Questionnaire To Be Answered by All Employees/Including Artists, Writers and Director". This questionnaire includes questions about marital status, whether the employee filling this out is a United States resident or a resident of a Nazi-controlled country after Aug. 8, 1940. Lightly toned and creased. Staple holes in top edge. Otherwise in fine condition. Accompanied by: 2 pages of an unsigned contract, dated July 2, 1941, for Hayward to appear in a movie tentatively titled The Play's The Thing. We're not sure which of Hayward's movies this is, as none of his movies from this period are titled or have a working title of The Play's The Thing. Lightly toned and creased. Pencil mark on page 1. Staple holes near top edge. 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.
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