MONA FREEMAN - MEAL TICKET SIGNED 05/26/1949 - HFSID 297373
Sale Price $162.00
Dining at Paramount's Continental Café, she picks up the tab for two.
Meal ticket signed "Mona Freeman" in pencil. 3½x5¼, with perforated top edge. Pencil note (5-26-49) in unknown hand. Meal ticket no. 39920 from the Paramount Continental Cafe worth $4.35 for 2 "porks", two ice teas, a cake and a cup of custard, and $0.65 tip. Mona Freeman, born Monica Freeman in Baltimore, Maryland in 1926, began appearing in films in 1944 as one of movie's most popular teenage stars. Paramount kept her busy in 1949, with three film releases: The Streets of Laredo, The Heiress and Dear Wife. She made her last feature film appearance (Battle Cry) in 1955, but was seen frequently on TV for another decade, with multiple appearances on Maverick and Perry Mason and on many of the era's TV playhouses. Edges lightly frayed from binding. Fine condition.
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