VICTOR McLAGLEN - CONTRACT SIGNED 05/29/1942 CO-SIGNED BY: CHARLES BEYER - HFSID 294551
Sale Price $405.00
VICTOR McLAGLEN and CHARLES BEYER
The Academy Award winning actor retains Beyer (himself a former actor) as his exclusive agent for the radio broadcast industry.
Contract signed: "Victor McLaglen" as Artist, and "Charles Beyer" as Agent. 4 pages, 8½x11. Los Angeles, California, 1942 May 29. Standard AFRA (American Federation of Radio Artists) Exclusive Agency Contract in which McLaglen retains Beyer as his exclusive agent for the radio broadcast industry. The contract lasts for the period of one year, beginning on May 29, 1942. Beyer will receive a ten percent fee for his services. Victor McLaglen (1886-1959) starred in the 1936 20th Century Fox film Professional Soldier as adventurer Michael Donovan, who is hired by a political group in a fictitious European kingdom to kidnap the young prince so they could take over the government. McLaglen won the 1935 Academy Award for Best Actor for The Informer. Charles Beyer (1893-1953) played supporting roles in numerous films between 1916 and 1929. His films include The Man Who Paid (1922), Weekend Husbands (1924), The Unguarded Hour (1925), Cabaret (1927), Taxi 13 (1928), Side Street (1929) and The Delightful Rogue (1929). Later in his acting career, he went by the screen name Charles Byer. He was also a famous agent, working with such film stars as W. C. Fields, May Robson and Victor MacLaglen. Fine condition.
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