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PHIL SILVERS - DOCUMENT SIGNED 03/09/1966 CO-SIGNED BY: EVELYN SILVERS - HFSID 265742

PHIL SILVERS and EVELYN SILVERS Husband and ex-wife sign a document regarding charges on their account for the year 1965 Document signed: "Phil Silvers" and "Evelyn Silvers", 1p, 8½x11. No place, 1966 March 9. In letter form to Mr. Edward Traubner, c/o Edward Traubner & Co.

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Condition: slightly creased, otherwise fine condition
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PHIL SILVERS and EVELYN SILVERS
Husband and ex-wife sign a document regarding charges on their account for the year 1965
Document signed: "Phil Silvers" and "Evelyn Silvers", 1p, 8½x11. No place, 1966 March 9. In letter form to Mr. Edward Traubner, c/o Edward Traubner & Co., Inc., Beverly Hills, California. Begins: "As you requested, I/we have estimated what I/we feel is the amount that may be correctly charged to the following accounts for the calendar year 1965". Thirteen amounts for 15 categories, including "Medicine & Drugs", "Postage/Printing/Supply", "Record Expense" and "Contributions", have been typed in. In the year they signed this document, entertainer PHIL SILVERS and his second wife, the former EVELYN PARKER, were divorced. The couple, who had married on October 21, 1956, had five children. Silvers had previously been married to 1942 Miss America/actress Jo-Carroll Dennison from 1945-1950. That marriage also ended in divorce. In 1966, Silvers also appeared as brother owner Lycus in the film version of A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. He had previously won his second Tony Award for his starring role as the slave Pseudolus in the Broadway play. A former vaudeville and burlesque performer, Silvers (1911-1985) starred in film comedies from the early 1940s, but his big successes came on TV and on stage. Television viewers remember him best as Sergeant Bilko, a role for which he won 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, for which Silvers won a Tony Award for Best Actor in a Musical) and Do Re Mi (1960; Tony nomination). Slightly creased and soiled. File nicks at upper blank margin. Ink notes (unknown hand) at lower margin. Otherwise, fine condition.

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