STAN LAUREL LETTERHEAD - 1111 Franklin Ave., Santa Monica, CA - TYPEWRITTEN
My Dear Booth [Colman]-
Just a wee line to let you know we arrived home OK. Got a couple of colds on the way, so not feeling too good. Busy getting the house in order again, lots of visitors, the new car etc. shall be glad when we get settled down again to normal.
Thanks again Booth for the lovely lunch & the enjoyable visit to the Lambs it was really delightful. Guess you are looking forward to the production of "DISRALI" feel sure of your success & know that it will do you a lot of good. Be sure to let me know the time & station - have got a new Magnavox TV set 17 inch screen, so am anxious to see you in action.
All for now Booth, Eda joins in love & kind thoughts & wish you all kinds of good luck. We were very happy to see you again & hated to see you leave at the train.
Bye now & God Bless,
Note from the Editor
The most famous version of Disraeli (1929) starred George Arliss and was a dramatic account of the Prime Minister of Great Britain Benjamin Disraeli’s purchase of the Suez Canal.