ROSE MARIE - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 08/08/2000 - HFSID 278334
Marie signed this letter, typed on her personalized stationery, to a Michelle in 2000. In it, she thanked Michelle for sending her a letter and said she would participate in a celebrity auction with a photo and "three of my favorite recipes".
Sale Price $162.00
ROSE MARIE Marie signed this letter, typed on her personalized stationery, to a Michelle in 2000. In it, she thanked Michelle for sending her a letter and said she would participate in a celebrity auction with a photo and "three of my favorite recipes". Typed letter signed "Rose Marie". With pencil notation in upper right corner in unknown hand. 1 page, 8½x11, typed on stationery with a thin blue border and Marie's signature imprinted in blue near upper left corner. Aug. 8, 2000. Addressed to "Michelle". In full: "Dear Michelle: Thank you very much for your recent letter and the kind invitation to participate in your forthcoming celebrity auction as part of your annual Project Santa. It is my pleasure to enclose three of my favorite recipes, and an autographed picture [items not included], along with my love for a most successful event. I would very much appreciate receiving a receipt that I can use for tax purposes, once you have held your auction Thank you again for having thought of me and much good luck and success to all involved in your most worthwhile endeavor. Blessings to you always. Lots of love, RM/dw Encls. 4". Marie (born Rose Marie Mazetta, 1923-2017) had two careers - first as "Baby Rose Marie", appearing on stage at the age of three and soon becoming a vaudeville and NBC radio star, and later as a comedienne and actress who appeared on stages from Broadway to Las Vegas and on both the big and small screen. Rose Marie is best known for her role as wisecracking Sally Rogers on The Dick Van Dyke Show (1961-1966), but she also starred in several other series, including My Sister Eileen (1960-1961) and The Doris Day Show (1969-1971) and the popular game show, Hollywood Squares. She made her film debut in 1933's International House and then appeared in 1954's Top Banana, reprising her role from the 1953 Broadway musical that co-starred Phil Silvers. Her other credits include Dead Heat on a Merry-Go-Round (1966), Cheaper to Keep Her (1980) and Ghettoblaster (1989), and made numerous TV guest appearances. Some corrections in typed section of letter. Lightly creased. Otherwise in fine condition.
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