LAUREL AND HARDY FEATURE PRODUCTIONS LETTERHEAD - TYPEWRITTEN

                Sept.28th.'54.
My Dear Betty [Healy]:-
    Have'nt heard from you for quite a while, & am wondering if you red. the programme & press clippings I mailed you about a couple of months ago.
    Hope you have'nt been threatened with any of this Forest Fire business I have been seeing on TV, awful is'nt it.
    Nothing exciting to tell you. Had one or two TV offers which did'nt amount to anything. Did you see Harry Richman's opening on TV at the Moulin Rouge Night Club last week? I enjoyed it very much.
    All for now Betty.
    Regards & best to Wayne & self.
                As ever:-
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Note from the Editor

Harry Richman (1895–1972) was a singer, actor, dancer, comedian, pianist, songwriter, bandleader, and night club performer, at his most popular in the 1920s and 1930s.



LAUREL AND HARDY FEATURE PRODUCTIONS LETTERHEAD - HANDWRITTEN EXCERPT

                Sept.??.'54.

    Hardy is feeling better, & we have several offers on hand to make TV films also a deal to make a picture in London, which would be in February next. I doubt if we shall come over for anymore Variety tours as Hardy prefers film work, doesn't like the traveling every week.
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