REDD FOXX - DOCUMENT UNSIGNED 04/15/1976 - HFSID 274026
[REDD FOXX]. Typed DS: "Kathy Hyanes" as Notary Public, 6p, 8½x11, separate sheets. Los Angeles County, California, 1976 April 15. Notary Public's statement: "
Sale Price $180.00
[REDD FOXX]. Typed DS: "Kathy Hyanes" as Notary Public, 6p, 8½x11, separate sheets. Los Angeles County, California, 1976 April 15. Notary Public's statement: "On this 15 day of April, 1976, before me, Kathy Haynes a Notary Public in and for said County and State, personally appeared Redd Foxx, known to me to be the President of Redd Foxx Enterprises, Inc. the corporation that executed the within instrument on behalf of the corporation therein named and acknowledged to me that such corporation executed the same." The first page of the document is missing. Subsequent pages relate to "Collateral", "Security Interest", "Mutual Agreements", "Warranties by Debtor", "Duties and Obligations of Debtor", "Rights of the Secured Party Prior to Default", "Events of Default", "Additional Rights of Secured Party after Default" and "Disposition of Proceeds from Sale of Debtor's Collateral After Default by Debtor". In 1976, Foxx was starring on Sanford and Son (1972-1977), and he also appeared in the feature film, Norman...Is That You? Redd Foxx (1922-1991) began doing stand up comedy on the infamous "chitlin" circuit in the 1940s and 1950s. He was one of the premier "blue humor" comedians. Blue humor was very dirty, too dirty for white audiences. For years, Foxx's party albums were not available in white record stores. In the 1960s, his records became available, although marginally, in mainstream record stores, leading to minor comedy work on The Ed Sullivan Show and The Red Skelton Show, among other classic variety shows of the time. Foxx starred on his own television show, Sanford and Son, playing Fred Sanford, the co-owner (with his son) of a junkyard in Watts, a bad neighborhood in Los Angeles. The show broke down racial stereotypes and was a huge success, making Foxx and the show household names. Foxx was nominated for four Golden Globe Awards for Best Actor (1973-1976), winning in 1973, and he was nominated for three Emmy Awards (1972-1974). Foxx later starred in three short-lived series, The Redd Foxx Comedy Hour (1977-1978), Sanford (1980, 1981) and The Redd Foxx Show (1986), and in motion pictures including Norman...Is That You? (1976) and Harlem Nights (1989). Foxx returned to sitcom television as Atlanta letter carrier Al Royal on The Royal Family, which premiered on CBS on September 18, 1991. On October 11, 1991, after seven episodes had been filmed, Foxx collapsed on the set and died of a heart attack. Lightly creased. Stapled together at upper left blank corners, two file holes at upper blank margins.
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