WYNN IRWIN - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 08/19/1984 - HFSID 42508
Sale Price $180.00
Signed letter of the American actor, known for Lotsa Luck, to the American Museum of Historical Documents. Extremely rare!
Typed letter signed: "Wynn Irwin", in blue ink, 1 page, 8½x11. No place, August 1984. To "Dear Mr. Axelrod", Todd M. Axelrod, American Museum of Historical Documents, Las Vegas, in full: "Received your letter requesting some piece of material from my career, and I had to smile. The reason being is that my parents live in Las Vegas and I visit there at least once a month. Because of this I would be most happy to comply with your request. Having performed in over 50 Television shows and several Motion pictures there is one show that people still recognize me and talk about. That show is called 'Lotsa luck' which starred DOM Deluise. In the show I played Dom's brother in law and I wore a bathrobe on every show. This bathrobe has become sort of a legend here in Hollywood a museum was supposed to be built to house T.V. TRIVIA but politics has quelled the idea. They wanted the bathrobe. A tele-a thon in Richmond, VA. The same bathrobe was requested and so on. Because my parents live in Las Vegas and because they are getting on in years, I would be willing to Loan the bathrobe to museum along with a script from the show and autographed picture. If you agree with this arrangement I would be happy to personally delivery the about mentioned items on my next trip to Vegas. I plan to visit Las Vegas on the last week of September. Awaiting your reply. I remain. Yours truly , " Wynn Irwin (b.1932) has appeared in over 50 films in his 30 year career. With early appearances in Dirtymouth (1970) and Room 222 (1972), Irwin landed the reoccurring role of Arthur Swan n on Lotsa Luck in 1973. He went on to have guest starring roles in TV's Mary Tyler Moore (19875), Doc (1976) and All in the Family (1977). He played Al Marks on Sugar Time! (1977-1978) and Lieutenant Grey on Hart to Hart (1981-1982). His most recent appearance was in 2004's Surviving Christmas. Normal mailing folds. Fine condition.
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