RED BUTTONS - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED CHECK 12/26/1973 - HFSID 345893
Sale Price $270.00
RED BUTTONSThe comedian and actor who first came to fame as the host of his own show signed this check in blue ink Check Signed: “Red Buttons” in blue ink. 7½x3½. Dated December 26, 1973. Paid to the California Pension Administrators Incorporated in the amount of $100. Born Aaron Chwatt, Red Buttons (1919-2006) got his nickname as an 18-year-old singing bellhop in a Bronx tavern. The Red Buttons Show was a big hit in its first season (1952), landing him on the cover of "Time" magazine. The show aired until 1955. Red starred in another short-lived series, The Double Life of Henry Phyfe (1966), which only aired for one season. Red Buttons won the Academy Award and Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actor for Sayonara (1957). Other films he appeared in include The Longest Day (1962) and The Poseidon Adventure (1972). Regular check perforations. Otherwise, fine condition.
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