SAL MINEO - DOCUMENT SIGNED 01/15/1959 - HFSID 309658
Sale Price $510.00
The year before he received his second Oscar nomination, the ill-fated actor signs and dates a publicity release form for the Chicago Tribune - New York News Syndicate.
Document signed: "Sal Mineo", 1 page, 8½x11. No place, dated by Mineo "1/15/59". Release form granting the Chicago Tribune - New York News Syndicate permission "to use my name, picture or portrait, in publications for editorial or promotional purposes, excluding, however, commercial advertising." At the age of ten, stage and screen actor Sal Mineo (1939-1976), born Salvatore Mineo, Jr., was cast as a child in The Rose Tattoo on Broadway. At age 13, he took over the part of Yul Brynner's son in The King and I. By the time he was 22, Mineo had been nominated twice for Best Supporting Actor Academy Awards in Rebel Without a Cause (1955) and Exodus (1960). In 1976, the 37-year-old actor wasstabbed to death as he returned to his Hollywood home from a play rehearsal. Fine condition.
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