So you are sailing on the Majestic. That as it is one of the finest. I envy you that trip.
You have been a good thing all your life. I don't mean that it isn't right to take care of them but it certainly must get on your nerves not to have any freedom and always have to be thinking about somebody else all the time. It is about time you were thinking about yourself once in a while.You are entitled to a little pleasure and comfort yourself so go to it. I'm for you 100 percent. Live your own life and do what you want to do.
You are entitled to it. Please destroy this so she don't. I have thought out the following system of sending you your statement and check. It will always be a week behind which I will explain, for instance.
We are playing Louisville this week. My advance man has gone on to Chicago and as he keeps. The books we cannot balance them until I arrive in Chicago. So the Louisville statement together with check will be mailed from Chicago and so in each town we play.Please tell me just how you want it sent. Please have the Major figure out as I don't like to keep books so would rather close each week up infull with all details and have a complete record of each week in a separate envelope so at any time it can be checked up at a moment's notice. We'll be at the Chicago Beach Hotel, Chicago all next week.
Give my best to Marie and everybody and all my best wishes and thanks to you. Rusty paperclip impression on first page, binder hole at top, light folds.
Matching, autograph envelope 6½x3½, postmarked Louisville, Ky. September 24, 1924, addressed by Arbuckle to.
Three-fourths-inch tear at left of upper edge. Binder hole in printed return address. Joining Mack Sennett's Keystone Kops in 1913. Wrote and directed many of his own films.As well as some of the other stars of comedy. In 1921, at the peak of success after signing a huge contract with Paramount Pictures, Arbuckle's career was ruined by a sexual assault scandal. After three trials, two hung juries, and an acquittal, Arbuckle was found innocent but public opinion forced Arbuckle's retirement from the screen. He made a brief comeback under the alias. He signed a six-film contract with Warner Bros.
In 1932 and a feature film contract in 1933, he passed away. She soon found roles in many of her husband's comedies, but also in the films of Charlie Chaplin and others. The couple separated in 1918, but Minta defended her husband's innocence in the court of public opinion during his three trials.
The couple divorced in 1925, an event for which Arbuckle seems to be preparing with the financial arrangements he outlines in this letter. Minta Durfee Arbuckle appeared in film supporting roles for many years thereafter, her last one being. Although blacklisted from movie screens for several years, Arbuckle did carry on as an entertainer.See more material from these signers. See more listings in our ACTORS & ACTRESSES (11,373). Please note that this is an authentically signed item.
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