TERI GARR - DOCUMENT SIGNED 11/17/1989 - HFSID 274986
Sale Price $552.50
The actress agrees to have a photograph of her as Inga in Young Frankenstein used in a studio's prospectus Teri Garr
Typed document signed: "Teri Garr" under "Agreed and Consented to", 1p, 8½x11. Los Angeles, California, 1989 November 17. On letterhead of Brooksfilms Limited to Teri Garr, c/o Creative Artists Agency, Beverly Hills, California (to the attention of Brian Lourd). Headed: "Re: Young Frankenstein/Photographic Still". In full: "Teri Garr has no objection to the use by Brooksfilms Limited ('Brooksfilms') of that certain photograph ('Photograph') taken in connection with the above-referenced motion picture, a photocopy of which is attached hereto and incorporated herein as Exhibit 'A'. You understand and agree that Brooksfilms plans to use the Photograph for a Prospectus in connection with the proposed initial public offering of securities for Brooksfilms, Inc. By executing this letter, you agreee to maintain the confidentiality of this matter until we advise you to the contrary. If the foregoing accurately reflects your understanding, kindly arrange to have this letter signed by Ms. Garr and return one (1) fully executed copy of it to Brooksfilms. Please advise Lynda Wolfson or Andrea Grefe immediately if the foregoing is not in accordance with your understanding. Very truly yours". Also signed by the Vice-President of Brooksfilms Limited. Enclosure not present. Garr played Inga in the 1974 film, Young Frankenstein. In 1989, the year she signed this document, Garr was seen on the big screen in Out Cold and Let It Ride. Actress Teri Garr (born in 1947) found early visibility with a mixture of dramatic and comic roles before maturing into her persona as a smart comedienne typecast as an eccentric ditz. Her first major film role was The Conversation, then Mel Brooks' Young Frankenstein (both in 1974). From there she played mothers and wives in such high-profile films as Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977), Oh, God! (1977) and The Black Stallion (1979). It wasn't until Tootsie in 1981 that Garr became recognized for her knack for playing charmingly sweet airheads. Her television work includes a recurring role as Lisa Kudrow's mother on Friends. Garr, who has been battling multiple sclerosis since 1983, published an autobiography detailing her career and struggle with the disease in 2005. Lightly creased with folds, not at signatures. Chipped at upper blank edge, staple holes at mid-upper margin. Fine condition.
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