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MONTY HALL - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 1984 - HFSID 38257

MONTY HALL The celebrated Game Show host of Let's Make a Deal pens a short letter discussing his philanthropic efforts Autograph letter signed: "Monty Hall", 1p, 7¼x10½. No place, 1984 no month or year. On his personal letterhead to unknown recipient.

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MONTY HALL
The celebrated Game Show host of Let's Make a Deal pens a short letter discussing his philanthropic efforts
Autograph letter signed: "Monty Hall", 1p, 7¼x10½. No place, 1984 no month or year. On his personal letterhead to unknown recipient. In full: "Although most people recognize and know me from my television shows, I have no doubt that I have made a greater impact on society through the years of charitable and philanthropic endeavors. I have spent a lifetime working for the sick, handicapped and underprivileged children of this world, and this work has given me greater satisfaction than any performance on stage or screen. I have performed in ten thousand television shows over the years, but once the show is over, it fades from the memory. A childrens (sic) hospital, a research center, a camp for handicapped youngsters...these last for a long time. Success and fame are fulfilling, but to have, perhaps, saved one childs (sic) life is the greatest reward." Hall was awarded the Order of Canada for his charitable works for the Variety Clubs International and the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Monty Hall (born Maurice Halperin in 1921) is best known as the genial host of the TV game show, Let's Make a Deal, which originally aired from 1963-1976 (he emceed revivals of the zany show in 1980, 1984-1986 and 1990-1991). Hall has also hosted a number of other game shows, including Keep Talking (1958), Video Village (1960) and Beat the Clock (1979), filled in as host on NBC's What's This Song? and P.D.Q. and hosted three children's shows: Cowboy Theater and Fun in the Morning (New York City local programming) and Video Village Junior (1961-1962). Lightly creased at upper and lower blank edges. Slightly soiled at blank margins. Fine condition.

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