GONE WITH THE WIND MOVIE CAST - DOCUMENT SIGNED - HFSID 274915 - HFSID 274915
GONE WITH THE WIND: THOMAS MITCHELL In the best year of his career, Mitchell is loaned out to play Scarlett's father. Document signed: "Daniel T. O'Shea" on behalf of Selznick International Pictures, 3p, 8½x11. Also signed by a Vice President of Columbia Pictures (name illegible). Hollywood, California, 1939 January 26. Loan-out agreement by which Columbia Pictures loans to Selznick International Pictures the services of Thomas Mitchell - currently working on Columbia's film Plane No. 4 to portray "Gerald O'Hara" in the feature film, Gone with the Wind. Lightly toned. Paperclip impression in upper left. Staple holes in two pages. Otherwise, fine condition. Accompanied by unsigned photo of Thomas Mitchell (b/w, 8x10). Minor surface flaw in lower left corner. Otherwise, fine condition. In 1939, the epic film, Gone With The Wind, based on Margaret Mitchell's 1936 novel of the same name, broke box office records and won ten Oscars (against stiff competition). The saga of the old South remains one of the most beloved films of all time. Thomas
STRATTON STORY MOVIE CAST - COLLECTION WITH CO-SIGNERS - HFSID 294066
THE STRATTON STORY: A FILM PRODUCTION ARCHIVE Collection of ten items from the production of this 1949 film, the true story of a great baseball comeback. Included are the original contract signed by Monty Stratton; his pass to the MGM studios; a baseball signed by 15 cast and crew members; a signed baseball card showing the White Sox pitcher; photos and lobby cards signed by stars James Stewart and June Allyson; a DVD of the movie; a release form signed by Hall of Fame catcher Bill Dickey allowing use of his photo stills from this film; and a souvenir album inscribed by cast and crew to Monty's son Dennis! Collection comprised of: 1) Contract signed: "Monty Stratton", 25 pages, 9x13½. Culver City, California, 1948 February 26. Agreement between Monty Stratton ("the artist") and Loew's, Incorporated ("the producer"), acquiring Stratton's services as "technical adviser, director, coach, and/or technical writing assistant" at the discretion of the producer. Also signed by a Loew's Vice President (name illegible). He may also be used as an actor, and shall make personal appearances for film promotion. Stratton is to be paid $500 per week for the length of the contract, one year beginning on the signing date.
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