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MICHAEL CRAWFORD - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 12/11/1991 - HFSID 278323

Crawford signed this typed letter to George F. Berstler, Jr. in 1991, thanking him for a letter and hoping that him and his daughter Georgia would enjoy a show that Crawford was in. Accompanied by original mailing envelope.

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MICHAEL CRAWFORD
Crawford signed this typed letter to George F. Berstler, Jr. in 1991, thanking him for a letter and hoping that him and his daughter Georgia would enjoy a show that Crawford was in. Accompanied by original mailing envelope.
Typed letter signed "Michael Crawford". 1 page, 8½x10¾, on stationery imprinted with a musical clef and "The Music of/Andrew/Lloyd Webber" in upper left corner. December 11, 1991. Addressed to Mr. George F. Berstler, Collingswood, NJ. In full: "Dear Mr. Berstler: Thank you for your letter. It was a kind thought and much appreciated. I hope you and your daughter Georgia will enjoy the concert tonight at the Forrest Theatre. We are all having a wonderful time on tour. Enclosed is an autographed photo [not included] for Georgia's birthday, which I hope she will like. If not, it makes a great dartboard. Best wishes, Michael Crawford, O.B.E.". Lightly toned and creased. Folded once vertically and twice horitzontally. Tape remnants at top edge. Otherwise in fine condition. Accompanied by: Original mailing envelope. Postmarked Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Dec. 12, 1991. Addressed to Mr. George F. Berstler, Collingswood, NJ. Imprinted with a musical clef and "The Music of/Andrew/Lloyd Webber" in upper left corner. With one 29¢ American flag and Mount Rushmore stamp affixed. Pencil notations on flap in unknown hand. Lightly toned and soiled. Top edge has been neatly cut open. Tape remnants along all edges and corners. Otherwise in fine condition. Soprano Crawford, born Michael Patrick Dumbell-Smith in Salisbury, Wiltshire, England in 1942, enjoyed a flurry of film activity in the mid- to late '60s, playing such singing roles as Hero in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (1966) and Cornelius Hackel in Hello, Dolly! (1969). The best of his non-musical film appearances during this period was as the fatally ineffectual Goodman in How I Won the War (1967). In 1988, he won a Tony award for his portrayal of the title character in Andrew Lloyd Webber's Phantom of the Opera.

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