ULYSSES IN NIGHTTOWN BROADWAY CAST - DOCUMENT SIGNED 03/25/1974 CO-SIGNED BY: BURGESS MEREDITH, ZERO MOSTEL - HFSID 262547
ULYSSES IN NIGHTTOWN BROADWAY CAST: BURGESS MEREDITH and ZERO MOSTEL Burgess Meredith and Zero Mostel sign a carbon document about their play Ulysses in Nighttown. Carbon Document Signed:
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ULYSSES IN NIGHTTOWN BROADWAY CAST: BURGESS MEREDITH and ZERO MOSTEL
Burgess Meredith and Zero Mostel sign a carbon document about their play Ulysses in Nighttown.
Carbon Document Signed: "Burgess Meredith" and "Zero Mostel", signed in ink, 1½p, separate sheets, 8½x11. New York, 1974 March 25. To Mr. Robert Lantz, New York. Agreement among Meredith, Mostel and Kazmos Productions regarding certain rights to the Broadway production of Ulysses in Nighttown. In part: "Should Kazmos produce a concert tour, Burgess shall have the right - at his option - to adapt and/or stage the concert version and Burgess and Kazmos will divide the profits of the tour equally...It is further agreed that should Zero or Kazmos acquire any additional rights in the novel 'Ulysses' and/or in 'Ulysses in Nighttown', the arrangements set forth above will apply to the utilization of such additional rights...." The play, directed by Meredith, opened March 10, 1974 at the Winter Garden Theatre, New York. It ran for a total of 69 performances, through May 11, 1974. BURGESS Meredith made his stage debut in 1929 and starred on Broadway and in motion pictures in leads or character roles. He also directed. A gifted, versatile performer, he is best remembered for his roles as Rocky's trainer, Mickey, in the first three Rocky films and as "The Penguin" on the Batman television series. ZERO MOSTEL won three Tony Awards for his Broadway appearances in Rhinoceros, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, which he repeated for the screen in 1966, and Fiddler on the Roof. He followed Forum with one of the classic comedy performances of all time, producer Max Bialystock in Mel Brooks' The Producers. Mostel's final appearance was in the Academy Award-winning documentary Best Boy (1979). Lightly creased. Paper clip stains and stapled at upper left. Fine condition.
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