TERENCE FRISBY - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED - HFSID 159877
Sale Price $81.00
The British playwright pens a short note.
Autograph Note signed: "Dear David,/Best wishes to you from/all of us. Yours/Terence Frisby", 8¼x3¼. English playwright Terence Frisby (b. 1932) wrote the smash hit comedy There's a Girl in My Soup, which set a (since broken) record for the longest-running play on London's West end (1966-1973). The play has had similar success on stages worldwide, and Frisby won the Writers' Guild of Great Britain Award in 1970 for the screenplay of the Peter Sellers/Goldie Hawn film. His radio play about his wartime childhood, Just Remember Two Things has become the stage musical Kisses on a Postcard and now a book by him with the latter title. Also noteworthy is Frisby's first book, Outrageous Fortune, his shocking account of his struggles with the British legal system during his his 13-year divorce and child custody battle. Frisby is also an actor, director and producer, best known for bringing the award winning South African play Woza Albert! To London in 1983. Bottom edge irregularly cut. Light surface creases. Fine condition.
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