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This is an ORIGINALeight-page Signed Actor'sAgency Contract from May 4, 1949, OVER65 YEARS OLD, It is signed at on the back by famed commentator,William Nettles BILL GOODWIN This contract is from the MANNING O'CONNOR AGENCY, Sunset Boulevard Hollywood, 46. It's a contract for employment. There is a lot of legal information. It states the agency will get 10% off all moneys received from the actor. It is typed with his signature on the back.It's a nice autograph if you like ORIGINAL Signed Studio Documents!Shop with confidence! This is part of our in-store inventory from our shop which is has been located in the heart of Hollywood where we have been in business for OVER40 years!MORE INFO ON BILL GOODWIN: William Nettles Goodwin, known as Bill Goodwin (July 28, 1910 - May 9, 1958), was for many years the announcer and a recurring character of the Burns and Allen radio program, and subsequently The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show on television from 1950-1951. Upon his departure, he was replaced by Harry von Zell.A native of San Francisco, California, Goodwin attended the University of California. He acted in stage productions on the West Coast before he began working in radio in 1930. His initial work on the air was at a station in Portland, Oregon. It was followed by stints at stations in Sacramento, California, and Los Angeles, California.Goodwin was known for frequently promoting the item sold by the sponsor of the show (Swan Soap or Maxwell House Coffee, among others, on radio; Carnation Evaporated Milk on television). He was effective on radio in doing "integrated commercials," (the first announcer to do so) in which the advertisement was deftly woven into the show's storyline. Goodwin was best known for his amiable and fun-loving personality, for his persona on air as a 'ladies' man,' and for joking around about George Burns's appearance and age. Ironically, he died more than thirty-seven years before George Burns.In 1945, Goodwin was the "featured comedian" as a regular on The Frank Sinatra Show. In 1947, he had his own program. The Bill Goodwin Show, a situation comedy, was also known as Leave It to Bill. It ran April 26-December 13, 1947.He was also the announcer for the Blondie radio program.Goodwin was the host of television shows, including Colgate Theatre, It Pays to Be Married, Penny to a Million and Dollar a Minute. His last job as announcer was for NBC Radio's The Bob Hope Show (1953–1955). Not long before his death, Goodwin appeared as Ed Weston in two episodes of the short-lived CBS sitcom, The Eve Arden Show.Goodwin acted in several movies, including The Stork Club (1945), The Jolson Story (1946), Jolson Sings Again (1949) and The Big Beat (1958) with fellow Burns and Allen regular Hans Conried.He played the role of Sherman Billingsley in The Stork Club (1945) and that of the hotel detective in Hitchcock's Spellbound (also 1945) and appeared with Doris Day in Tea for Two (1950). His last major role was as the narrator for the animated television cartoon Gerald McBoing-Boing.Goodwin was inducted into the radio portion of the Hollywood Walk of Fame February 8, 1960. His star is at 6810 Hollywood Boulevard.Goodwin was married to actress Phillippa Hilber. They had four children: Jill, Lynn, Sally, and Bill Jr. His son is jazz drummer Bill Goodwin.Goodwin was found dead in his car on May 9, 1958, at the age of 47 after a heart attack in Palm Springs, California. He is interred at the Desert Memorial Park in Cathedral City, California.It is part of our in-store inventory from our shop which is located in the heart of Hollywood where we have been in business forOVER 40 years! Winning buyder agrees in advance to pay an additional Mailpostage (Foreign orders will require additional postage) and to remit full payment after notification from the seller. California residents must add state sales taxes. Be sure to click on "View Seller's Other products" for more great items like this!