NORMAN JEWISON - DOCUMENT SIGNED 10/02/1962 - HFSID 147593
NORMAN JEWISON The Academy Award-nominated director signs a form for dues in the Directors Guild of America. Typed DS: "Norman Jewison", 1p, 8½x11. Studio City, California, 1962 October 2. Headed: "Directors Guild of America".
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The Academy Award-nominated director signs a form for dues in the Directors Guild of America.
Typed DS: "Norman Jewison", 1p, 8½x11. Studio City, California, 1962 October 2. Headed: "Directors Guild of America". Form for computing membership dues in the Directors Guild of America based on his estimated earnings for 1962. Jewison's gross earnings for 1961 are listed as $52,173; his 1962 estimated earnings are listed as "Maximum". Dues were based at one percent of gross earnings, with minimum dues of $100 and maximum dues of $1,000 annually. Jewison's total owed was calculated to be $321.73. In 1962, Jewison directed one feature film, 40 Pounds of Trouble, a TV special, The Broadway of Lerner and Loewe, and The Judy Garland Show, a TV special featuring Garland, Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin. He also produced both TV productions. Canadian-born director Norman Jewison (born in 1926) was nominated for Academy Awards for Best Picture in 1967 (The Russians Are Coming the Russians Are Coming), 1972 (Fiddler on the Roof), 1985 (A Soldier's Story) and 1988 (Moonstruck) and for Best Director Oscars in 1968 (In the Heat of the Night), 1972 (Fiddler on the Roof) and 1988 (Moonstruck). He has also been nominated for three Best Director Golden Globes (In the Heat of the Night, Fiddler on the Roof, The Hurricane), an Emmy Award, a Daytime Emmy Award and three Directors Guild of America Awards. Jewison, who directed 12 different actors in Academy Award-nominated performances, broke into directing with such early TV series as Your Hit Parade, Wayne and Schuster and The Big Party before directing his first film, The Fabulous Fifties, in 1960. His other film credits include The Thrill of it All (1963), Send Me No Flowers (1964), The Thomas Crown Affair (1968), Jesus Christ Superstar (1973), Agnes of God (1985) and The Statement (2003). Jewison has also produced several films and written scripts and screenplays. He established the Canadian Centre for Advanced Film Studies in Toronto in 1986. Slightly creased. Ink calculations and notes (unknown hands) at lower portion. Receipt stamp at lower left margin. Fine condition with large, bold signature.
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