DescriptionA Three Stooges Signed Television Contract, 1949. A three page typed document, dated "July 26, 1949," outlining an agreement between Phil Berle Productions, Inc. [Milton's brother] and the three comedians to audition for an early television program where they would be paid "$1,500 per program;" signed in blue fountain pen ink on the last page "Larry Fine / Shemp Howard / Moe Howard / Phil Berle;" also included are two other documents: 1) a one page typed letter on American Broadcasting Company, Inc. letterhead, dated "August 10, 1949," to Berle, regarding this television program titled "The Three Stooges" and 2) an earlier (but unsigned) version the contract with Berle's penciled revisions.
13" x 8 1/2"
This contract was consigned directly by Marshall Berle, son of Phil Berle and nephew of "Uncle Miltie" himself, Milton Berle.
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