WILLIAM STACK - CONTRACT SIGNED 11/15/1935 - HFSID 299321
Sale Price $414.00
Agreement between Selznick International Pictures, Inc. and the actor to perform the role of Purvis in the 1936 film Little Lord Fauntleroy.
Contract signed: "William Stack", 1 page (front and verso), 8½x17. No place, 1935 November 15. Agreement between Selznick International Pictures, Inc. and William Stack to perform the role of Purvis in the upcoming film Little Lord Fauntleroy at a salary of $750.00 per week. The term of employment commencing on or around November 25, 1935. Stack never performed the role,which was played by actor Gilbert Emery in the 1936 film.American actor William Stack (1882-1949) found success on London stages in the first third of the 20th century, portraying Hamlet among other roles. In 1930 he moved to Hollywood and began a busy career as a supporting actor. Often mistaken now for British, he was usually cast as distinguished minor characters: doctors, lawyers, butlers and noblemen. Among his more prominent roles were in Becky Sharp (1935) and Mary of Scotland (1936). He had an un-credited role as a minister in Gone with the Wind (1939). Six horizontal folds. Creased. Worn. Light nicks and tears at edges. Penil notes (unknown hand) at top right corner. Staple holes at top. Two filing holes at top. Otherwise, fine condition.
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