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[In 1960 to his diver as they hear Ted Williams hit a home run in his last Major League at bat] At age forty-four, Ted Williams is an old man for baseball, and at forty I'm an old man for the agency business. [Despite his words, Wasseman was forty-seven at the time.]
According to Wasserman biographer Dennis McDougal, Eddie Clayton
is quoted as stating, "Tony Curtis
was a pro-Wasserman man. Lew loved him like he was his son, and Curtis was always very protective and loving toward him.".
Thick black-frame glasses