AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED BY SCREENWRITER AND NOVELIST ANITA LOOS.: Loos, Anita. (1889-1981). ...

AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED BY SCREENWRITER AND NOVELIST ANITA LOOS.

Loos, Anita. (1889-1981). Screenwriter, playwright and author of the blockbuster comic novel "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes".

Verlag: March 6, 1969., 1969
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Verkäufer Blue Mountain Books & Manuscripts, Ltd. (Cadyville, NY, USA)
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March 6, 1969., 1969. Very good. . - Letter penned in black ink & filling both sides of a sheet of her 6-1/4 inch high by 6 inch wide magenta letterhead with her name printed in black at the top. Signed "Anita". A red pencil mark through the first paragraph of the letter indicates that the recipient has answered it. Near fine. Though not indicated, the letter was written to City Center producer Jean Dalrymple. Loos thanks Dalrymple for writing to her about "my tribute to the fabulous Tallulah [Bankhead]". She regrets missing a friend's recent dinner: "These days I live in a tunnel and haven't yet seen a light at the end of it. Luckily I have very sympathetic co-workers -- but I do miss seeing my personal favorites, of which you are high on the list." Anita Loos [1889-1981] was an American screenwriter, playwright and author, best known for her blockbuster comic novel "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes". She wrote film scripts from 1912 and became probably the first-ever staff scriptwriter when D. W. Griffith put her on the payroll of Triangle Film Corporation. She went on to write many of the scripts for Douglas Fairbank films. She also wrote the stage adaptation of Colette's "Gigi". Jean Dalrymple (1902-1998) was the dynamic producer and director of theater and light-opera at Manhattan's City Center. Dalrymple began her career in Vaudeville, appearing with James Cagney and Cary Grant in the early 1930s. She was a founding member of the American Theatre Wing, the theatre service organization. She worked over the years as a personal manager for the likes of Leopold Stokowski, Mary Martin, Jose Iturbi, Andre Kostalanetz, Nathan Milstein, and Lily Pons. She began her work at City Center with its founding in 1943, serving as a board member, producer, and publicist. Her productions there from the 1940s through the 1960s were a revitalizing influence on the whole New York theatre scene. In 1951, Jean Dalrymple married Major-General Philip deWitt Ginder, commander of the Thunderbirds in Korea. She was a friend to Presidents and entertainment personalities throughout the world. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 36533

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Titel: AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED BY SCREENWRITER AND ...
Verlag: March 6, 1969.
Erscheinungsdatum: 1969
Zustand: Very good.
Signiert: Signed by Author(s)

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