NEIL "DOC" SIMON - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED - HFSID 155411
Sale Price $180.00
He sends an autograph note explaining what he does in his spare time
Autograph Note signed: "Neil Simon", 1p, 8½x4½. No place, no date. On lined paper to unknown recipient. In full: "In my spare time, I play tennis and read lots of books. I really wish I had more spare time. Best wishes," Playwright Simon (1927-2018) has won three Tony Awards for Best Play (The Odd Couple, 1965; Biloxi Blues, 1985; Lost in Yonkers, 1991), a Pulitzer Prize (Lost in Yonkers, 1991), two Emmys for his television writing and a 1978 Golden Globe for his screenplay for The Goodbye Girl. His other Tony-nominated Broadway plays include Barefoot in the Park (1964), Sweet Charity (1966), Plaza Suite (1968), Promises, Promises (1969), The Prisoner of Second Avenue (1972), The Sunshine Boys (1973) and They're Playing Our Song (1979). He has scripted more than 20 films, adaptations of his plays and also original works like The Out of Towners, Murder by Death and The Goodbye Girl, receiving 4 Oscar nominations. His many honors include the Mark Twain Prize for American humor (2006). Fold crease not near signature. Fine condition.
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