ROBERT LOGGIA - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED 02/28/1961 - HFSID 168582
Sale Price $180.00
He sends this handwritten note updating the address held by the employment office at Twentieth-Century Fox
Autograph Note signed: "Robert Loggia" in black ink, 6½x4. Los Angeles, California, 1981 February 26 (from postmark on verso). To the employment office at Twentieth-Century Fox, Los Angeles. In full: "Please correct address for W-2 forms, etc. for Robert Loggia (129-20-6989). New Add: 2175 Ridge Dr., Los Angeles, CA 90049. Thank you". Robert Loggia (1930-2015) was originally cast as a leading man. However, over time it became clear that he was better suited to play character roles. Loggia put forth a memorable performance as Richard Gere's domineering father in the opening scenes of An Officer and a Gentleman (1981). He then went on to play villainous roles in Curse of the Pink Panther (1982), Scarface (1983), and Prizzi's Honor (1985). He was nominated for an Oscar for his portrayal of a private detective in Jagged Edge (1985). One of the more amicable characters Loggia has played was the toy manufacturer in Big (1988). In fact, he was Tom Hanks's dancing partner in the scene that had them stomp out "Heart and Soul" on the massive keyboard at FAO Schwarz. Another sympathetic role he played was that of the president's loyal and steady military advisor in Independence Day (1996). Fold crease through signature. Otherwise, fine condition.
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