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NEIL "DOC" SIMON - DOCUMENT SIGNED 11/01/1982 CO-SIGNED BY: MARSHA MASON - HFSID 260549

NEIL SIMON and MARSHA MASON Neil Simon and Marsha Mason sign a document about liquidating their corporation, which owned the Eugene O'Neill Theatre; their marriage was already "liquidated".

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NEIL SIMON and MARSHA MASON Neil Simon and Marsha Mason sign a document about liquidating their corporation, which owned the Eugene O'Neill Theatre; their marriage was already "liquidated". Typed Document Signed: "Neil Simon", "Marsha Mason Simon" and "Henry Bushkin", 2p, 8½x11. New York, 1982 November 1. Headed: "Action by Unanimous Written Consent of the Board of Directors of Nancy Enterprises, Inc., a New York corporation". In part: "Whereas, on November 7, 1981 the Corporation adopted a plan of complete liquidation…Whereas, said plan of complete liquidation is to be completed no later than November 6, 1982…Resolved, that the Corporation terminate the Nancy Enterprises, Inc. Defined Benefit Pension Plan…." Nancy Enterprises, Inc. was Owner/Operator of the Eugene O'Neill Theatre, which housed seven Broadway shows from 1969-1982, including Yentl, California Suite, I Ought to Be in Pictures and a revival of Little Me. Four-time Oscar nominated writer NEIL SIMON and four-time Oscar nominated actress MARSHA MASON were married in 1973 and divorced in 1981. 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). Lightly creased. 3 file holes at blank left margins, staple holes at upper left corners. Light paper clip impression at upper right margin near but not touching signatures. Otherwise, fine condition.

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