Sam Levenson-Everything But Money-Book-Signed 1966
Book Description: Simon And Schuster, New York, 1966. Hard Cover. Book Condition: Good. No Jacket. 5 1/2" - 8 1/2". Sam Levenson (December 28, 1911-August 27, 1980), American humorist, writer, television host and journalist. Born Samuel Levenson, he grew up in a large Jewish immigrant family in Brooklyn, New York. He graduated from Brooklyn College in 1934. He married Esther Levine and had two children. He was a Spanish teacher before writing the best-seller Sex and the Single Child (1969), In One Era And Out The Other (1973), You Can Say That Again, Sam! (1975), and Everything But Money. He hosted the game show Two for the Money in 1956 (taking over for Herb Shriner) and the "Sam Levenson Show" from 1959 to 1964. Over a span of more than a decade, he appeared on Toast of the Town aka The Ed Sullivan Show 21 times. The book has been signed on the deication page by Sam Levenson. Signed by Author.