RYAN O'NEAL - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 05/07 - HFSID 278000
Sale Price $234.00
O'Neal handwrote and signed this apology "Ryan" to a Mr. Fegley for not receiving his letter on his personalized stationery.
Autograph letter signed "Ryan". 1 page, 5¼x8¼, on O'Neal's personalized stationery. Dated May 7. Addressed to "Mr Fegley". In full: "Dear Mr Fegley - Please believe me when I tell you I did not receive your first letter. All my mail is answered - even though there is frequently a delay. Letters are lost some-times and I'm sorry you were disappointed - perhaps this will help to make up for it - and thank you for writing a second time." O'Neal, born Charles Patrick Ryan O'Neal in Los Angeles in 1941, is an Oscar-nominated American actor. His first major role was that of Rodney Harrington on the television soap opera, Peyton Place (1964-1969). He got his big break when he was chosen from 300 auditioners to play Oliver Barrett opposite Ally McGraw in the adaptation of Erich Seagal's best-seller Love Story (1970). The film was a smash hit and landed O'Neal an Oscar nomination. Some of his other films include What's Up Doc? (1972), Paper Moon (1973, the film netted his co-star and real-life daughter, Tatum O'Neal, an Oscar), Barry Lyndon (1975), Oliver's Story (1978) and The Main Event (1979). Lightly toned and creased, otherwise in fine condition.
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