*Georges COURTELINE (1858-1929). 13 L.A.S., 1 P.A.S. and a fragment of autograph manuscript, 1899-1926 and n.d.; 24 pages various formats.
To André ANTOINE (5, referring to the Gaîtés de l'escadron, La Pendule, Le Gendarme est sans pitié and in particular to his "turnip", Le Commissaire est bon enfant); to Lucy Hamar (thanking for the "precious memory of an old and dear comrade whose youth was very closely linked to mine"); to Marcel Luguet (2, for shows at the Théâtre Antoine); to Georges Pioch (referring to their usual dinner with René Blum); to Paul Thézard ("You are all my youth and you can say to yourself that you are one of the men I will have loved the most in the world"); to Pierre Wolff (for the sale of plays to film producers)... Other letters to a friend (interesting letter on melodrama), to a colleague (sending a witty note on women)... Plus a fragment from Les Balances [Théâtre Antoine, November 26, 1901]: dialogue between Lonjumel and La Brige.
An autograph business card, a l.a.s. of Madame, and a postcard representing the couple Courteline signed by Courteline and his wife are enclosed...
Location of the item France - 75016 Paris