ALL AMERICAN BOY MOVIE CAST - ONE DAY MOVIE CONTRACT SIGNED 02/04/1972 CO-SIGNED BY: JOHN DEHNER, NESSA HYAMS - HFSID 287355
ALL AMERICAN BOY MOVIE CAST An Employment of Day Player contract for John Dehner's trailer narration for All American Boy, signed by him and casting director Nessa Hyams One Day Movie Contract signed: "John Dehner", 1 page, 6x8½. Form titled "Employment of Day Player," dated 1972 February 4.
Sale Price $252.00
ALL AMERICAN BOY MOVIE CAST
An Employment of Day Player contract for John Dehner's trailer narration for All American Boy, signed by him and casting director Nessa Hyams
One Day Movie Contract signed: "John Dehner", 1 page, 6x8½. Form titled "Employment of Day Player," dated 1972 February 4. Dehner is signed to be the narrator in a trailer for All-American Boy for $138. Busy American actor JOHN DEHNER (1915-1992) had almost 280 movies and TV shows, from 1941 to 1988, on his resume. His arch looks usually consigned him to supporting cast and character roles in movies like He Walked By Night (1948), Scaramouche (1948), Carousel (1956), Slaughterhouse Five (1972), The Boys from Brazil (1978), The Right Stuff (1983) and Jagged Edge (1985). He was a frequent guest star on TV, with recurring roles on The Westerner (1960), The Roaring 20's (1960-1962), The Baileys of Balboa (1964-1965), The Virginian (1963-1969), The Doris Day Day Show (1971-1973), Temperatures Rising (1971-1973), Big Hawaii (1977), Enos (1980-1981), Bare Essence (1983), The Colbys (1986-1987) and War and Remembrance (1988). He was also one of the busiest actors on actor between the mid-1940s and early 1960s, playing the role of Paladin on the radio version of Have Gun, Will Travel and J. B. Kendall in Frontier Gentleman. NESSA HYAMS, the sister of actor Peter Hyams and the granddaughter of impresario Sol Hurok, has been casting director on many films since the early 1970s, including Summer of 42, and Blazing Saddles and The Exorcist She has directed occasionally, mostly for television, and was producer on the film The Saint of Fort Washington (1993) Two filing holes at top margin. Lightly creased. Otherwise, fine condition. A portion of the screen image has been obscured to protect sensitive information. The original document does not contain these concealing marks.
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