PAUL JONES - DOCUMENT SIGNED 10/06/1953 - HFSID 205078
PAUL JONES The longtime Paramount producer details travel expenses from New York trip to conference with Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis, signs his name in blue ink Document signed: "Paul Jones" in blue ink. 3 pages, 8½x11.
Sale Price $288.00
The longtime Paramount producer details travel expenses from New York trip to conference with Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis, signs his name in blue ink
Document signed: "Paul Jones" in blue ink. 3 pages, 8½x11. Paramount Picturs document detailing travel expenses incurred by Jones during a work trip in New York City, New York to meet with "Martin and Lewis" (presumably Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis), to discuss the film "Alive and Kicking"; list details expenses such as meals, taxis, tips, and entertainment totaling $500. October 6, 1953. Hollywood, California. Paul Jones (1901-1968) was an American film producer, best known for being a favorite of performers such as Preston Sturges, Bob Hope, Dean Martin, and Jerry Lewis. Working almost exclusively for Paramount Pictures, his long credits list includes The Lady Eve (1941), Sullivan's Travels (1941), Road to Morocco (1942), The Palm Beach Story (1942), Here Come the Girls (1953) and The Disorderly Orderly (1964). Jones also produced A Southern Yankee (1948) for MGM. Toned. Irregularly cut. Edges very creased. Slightly worn and soiled. Held together with fragile staple. Ink marks throughout. Otherwise, fine condition.
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