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MAXIE "SLAPSIE MAXIE" ROSENBLOOM - CHECK ENDORSED 05/27/1968 - HFSID 55161

MAXIE ROSENBLOOM. Check endorsed: "Maxie Rosenbloom", 8½x3½. Hollywood, California, 1968 May 27. Check No. 13893. Drawn on the Los Angeles AFTRA Federal Credit Union, payable to Rosenbloom for $50,00.

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MAXIE ROSENBLOOM. Check endorsed: "Maxie Rosenbloom", 8½x3½. Hollywood, California, 1968 May 27. Check No. 13893. Drawn on the Los Angeles AFTRA Federal Credit Union, payable to Rosenbloom for $50,00. Boxing's Light Heavyweight Champion (1930-1934), nicknamed "Slapsie Maxie" by sportswriter Damon Runyon for his unorthodox style in the ring, Rosenbloom (1904-1976) turned to acting. Typically portraying punch-drunk characters, he appeared in over 30 films from 1933-1966 including Mr. Moto's Gamble, Each Dawn I Die, To the Shores of Tripoli and Abbott and Costello Meet the Keystone Kops. Lightly creased, with four folds. Bank cancellation stamps and holes, not near signature.

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