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RAMON NOVARRO - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 06/18/1965 - HFSID 182567

RAMÓN NOVARRO Actor Ramón Novarro signed this typed letter on his personalized stationery in 1965 to decline joining a real estate investment company. Accompanied by original mailing envelope. Typed letter signed "Ramón Novarro" in blue ink. 1 page, 5½x8½, on Novarro's personalized stationery.

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RAMÓN NOVARRO
Actor Ramón Novarro signed this typed letter on his personalized stationery in 1965 to decline joining a real estate investment company. Accompanied by original mailing envelope.
Typed letter signed "Ramón Novarro" in blue ink. 1 page, 5½x8½, on Novarro's personalized stationery. June 18, 1965. In full: "My dear Cal: Many thanks for your letter with the news of the formation of a new Real Estate Investment Co.. I wish you all the success in the world Cal, but I am no longer able to even consider joining you as old age is creeping in and my doctor has already advised me to slow down in every possible way and I have to obey him. I am certain you will understand. With kindest regards to your wife and yourself, I'll close, your friend,". Folds and creases, not at signature. Otherwise in fine condition. Accompanied by: Original mailing envelope. Postmarked North Hollywood, California, June 21, 1985. Addressed to Mr. Cal Boddy, Montclair, California. Lightly toned, soiled and creased. Normal postal stamps. Lightly discolored at right edge. Neatly cut open at top edge. Otherwise in fine condition. Novarro (1899-1968) was a big star of silent films in the 1920s who made a successful transition into talkies in the next decade. He made occasional film and TV appearances until his brutal murder. Billed as "the next Valentino", Novarro played the title role in Ben Hur (1925). Novarro spoke disparagingly about most of the parts he was offered in the talking era, but he remained active, making frequent TV guest appearances. He was tortured to death in his Hollywood Hills home by two drifters who believed he hoarded money there.

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