DescriptionA James Cagney Group of Signed Documents on Warner Bros. Letterhead, 1950. Three documents total; the first on two pages, typed, dated "April 12, 1950," outlining the schedules for the actor's two films at the studio that year, "Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye" and "The West Point Story," signed in black fountain pen ink on the second page on the left side "James Cagney;" the second on one page, typed, dated "May 19, 1950," referencing a start date for "The West Point Story," signed in turquoise fountain pen ink in the lower left corner "James Cagney;" and the third identical to the second one, also signed by the star in the same turquoise fountain pen ink -- fun to see Cagney's signature on the vintage Warner Bros. letterhead as his most memorable work was for that studio.
11" x 8 1/2"
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