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PETER LUPUS - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 05/15/1998 - HFSID 286604

PETER LUPUS He sends a letter to a fan on letterhead of his vitamin company Typed Letter signed: "Peter Lupus", 1 page, 7¾x8¾ (Edges irregularly cut, black background not part of the actual document). Phoenix, Arizona, 1998 May 15. On letterhead of Karemor International, Inc.

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PETER LUPUS
He sends a letter to a fan on letterhead of his vitamin company
Typed Letter signed: "Peter Lupus", 1 page, 7¾x8¾ (Edges irregularly cut, black background not part of the actual document). Phoenix, Arizona, 1998 May 15. On letterhead of Karemor International, Inc., to Charles Ankner, Port Charlotte, Florida. In full: "I appreciate receiving letters from fans like you who have followed me through my career. Working on 'Mission Impossible' was a wonderful part of my life and I made some lifelong friends working so closely with such a tremendous cast. Per your request, I am enclosing, the cards you sent and an autographed photo for your enjoyment. [Items not included.] Thank you again for your letter. Stay healthy and you will live a long and happy life! Sincerely". Peter Lupus (b. 1932), a bodybuilding champion (Mr. Indiana, Mr. Hercules) and the oldest man to press 300 pounds, is best remembered as Willy Armitage in the TV series Mission Impossible (1966-1973). He has made frequent supporting appearances in stage and film roles since. At age 75, Lupus set a new world endurance record by pressing 77,560 pounds in a span of 25 minutes. One horizontal fold crease through center. Otherwise fine condition.

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