ROBERT M. YOUNG - CHECK ENDORSED 02/26/1974 CO-SIGNED BY: LILI PARTRIDGE - HFSID 55193
ROBERT M. YOUNG and LILI PARTRIDGE $90 check from Wolper Productions, Inc., endorsed by director and screenwriter Robert M. Young and sound recordist Lili Partridge. Both worked on two documentaries for Wolper in the mid-1970s. Check endorsed "Deposit to account of/Lili Partridge/RobertM Young", "Deposit to/Robert M.
Sale Price $90.00
ROBERT M. YOUNG and LILI PARTRIDGE
$90 check from Wolper Productions, Inc., endorsed by director and screenwriter Robert M. Young and sound recordist Lili Partridge. Both worked on two documentaries for Wolper in the mid-1970s.
Check endorsed "Deposit to account of/Lili Partridge/RobertM Young", "Deposit to/Robert M. Young", "Lili Partridge" and "Deposit to account of Bobwin Associates Inc./RobertM. Young" in black and blue inks on verso. 3¼x8¼. Los Angeles, California, Feb. 26, 1974. Check no. 2514 for $245, payable to Robert Young and drawn on Wolper Productions, Inc.'s account at the Third and Cienega Office of the United California Bank in Los Angeles, California. Young and sound recordist LILI PARTRIDGE worked together on the National Geographic Society Specials documentaries Bushmen of the Kalahari (1974) and In Search of the Great Apes (1975), both produced by Wolper. Director/screenwriter ROBERT M. YOUNG, born in 1924, born Robert Milton Young and who began his career directing documentaries for NBC's White Paper series, is perhaps best known for directing Farrah Fawcett in Extremities (1986). His most successful film was 1988's Dominick and Eugene, and he also directed One Trick Pony (1980) and directed a number of other feature and television films. Young also wrote the screenplay for Escape to Witch Mountain (1975) and wrote a screenplay for an episode of TV's Mission Impossible. Some his more recent credits include directing episodes of the new Battlestar Galactica (2004-2009). Lightly creased. Normal ink stamps, which touch signatures. Some signatures have bled lightly but are legible. Otherwise in fine condition.
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