SIR DAVID FROST - AUTOGRAPH SENTIMENT SIGNED - HFSID 146682
DAVID FROST Handwritten sentiment by the British interviewer, whose verbal duel with Richard Nixon has been memorialized in a play and feature film Autograph Sentiment signed: "David Frost/With best/wishes", 7x9 imprinted letterhead.
Sale Price $102.00
Handwritten sentiment by the British interviewer, whose verbal duel with Richard Nixon has been memorialized in a play and feature film
Autograph Sentiment signed: "David Frost/With best/wishes", 7x9 imprinted letterhead. In 1961, Sir David Frost (1939-2013) presented That Was the Week That Was (BBC, 1962-1963), an innovative, satirical and irreverent late-night revue show, and later hosted many programs in Britain and America, such as The Frost Report, The David Frost Show, The Guinness Book of World Records, The Spitting Image Movie Awards and a range of Frost Over ... programs, dealing with America, Australia and several other countries. Although he interviewed many world leaders, including Vladimir Putin, the Shah of Iran, and 8 British Prime Ministers (from Wilson to Cameron), he is most famous for his 1977 interview of former US President Richard Nixon, recalled in the play Frost/Nixon (2006) and the movie of the same name (2008). Frost's many international honors include the Golden Rose of Montreux (1967) and two Emmy Awards (1970, 1971). He has presented the BBC's Breakfast with Frost program since 1992. He was knighted in 1993. Folds. Horizontal fold touches descender of "F" and vertical fold touches "t" of best. Creased and lightly soiled. Otherwise, fine condition.
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