PHIL SILVERS - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED CHECK 06/28/1963 CO-SIGNED BY: ROD AMATEAU - HFSID 345564
Sale Price $180.00
PHIL SILVERS and ROD AMATEAU
The televisions star and director of early sitcoms sign their names on this check for $16,906.76
Check signed: "Phil Silvers" and "Rod Amateau", both in blue ink, 8¼x3. June 28, 1963. Drawn on the Gladasya Productions account at City National Bank of Beverly Hills, Payable to Twenty Century-Fox Corporation for $16,906.76. Former vaudeville and burlesque performer PHIL SILVERS (1911-1985) starred in film comedies from the early 1940s, but his big successes came on TV and on stage. Television viewers will remember him best as Sergeant Bilko, winner of five Emmys in the sitcom You'll Never Get Rich (1955-1959). His Broadway successes include Yokel Boy (1939), High Button Shoes (1947), Top Banana (1950, which won him a Tony), Do Re Mi (1960), and a revival of A Funny Thing Happened On the Way To the Forum (1971, his second Tony). Television series directed by ROD AMATEAU (1923-2003) include: Love That Bob (1955-1959), The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis (1959-1963, also producer), Mister Ed (1961-1966), Gilligan's Island (1964-1967), My Mother the Car (1965-1966, also producer) and The Dukes of Hazzard (1979-1985, also supervising producer). Lightly soiled. Typical bank stamps on both sides, with stamp on verso (light show-through). One faint vertical fold touching the “A” in Amateau. Otherwise, fine condition.
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