ALVY MOORE - BIOGRAPHY SIGNED CIRCA 08/1984 - HFSID 37035
ALVY MOORE. Photocopied Biography signed: "Alvy/Moore" in ink, 1p, 8½x11. Northridge, California, 1984 August 13. Moore, a member of the SAG AFTRA Equity, lists his television, series, film and stage credits.
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ALVY MOORE. Photocopied Biography signed: "Alvy/Moore" in ink, 1p, 8½x11. Northridge, California, 1984 August 13. Moore, a member of the SAG AFTRA Equity, lists his television, series, film and stage credits. Typed at the lower portion of the sheet: "Any further information is kept in a vault. I opened the vault and found that I have just finished a 'Hill Street Blues' and a voice on a new cartoon series for ABC titled 'The Littles'. Just thought you'd like to know I'm working." Lightly creased. Usual black marks from photocopying. Fine condition. Accompanied by mailing envelope with printed "A. Moore" in three-line return address, 12x9. Addressed to: "Mr. Todd Axelron (sic, Axelrod), 520 So. 4th Street, Suite 340, Las Vegas, Nevada 89101". "The American Museum of Historical Documents" is written at lower margin. $1.39 metered postage affixed, postmarked Northridge, CA, August 13, 1984. Lightly creased with fold, mid-vertical fold touches three words of writing. Fine condition. In 1984, Moore starred in one feature film, They're Playing With Fire, and two made-for-TV movies, Little House: The Last Farewell and Which Witch is Which?, and he guest starred on an episode of Little House on the Prairie. Moore voiced Grandpa Little on The Littles in 1983, the same year he appeared on the episode of Hill Street Blues mentioned at the end of the biography. Stage, screen and television actor Alvy Moore (1921-1997), born James Alvy Moore, is best known for his role as incompetent County Agent Hank Kimball (1965-1971) on the popular sitcom, Green Acres, and in the series' 1990 reunion film, Return to Green Acres. A veteran of the Battle of Iwo Jima, Moore got his start on the stage, most notably as Ensign Pulver in Mister Roberts on Broadway. After making his film debut 1952's Okinawa, Moore appeared in a number of feature films, including The War of the Worlds (1953), The Wild One (1953), There's No Business Like Show Business (1954), Designing Woman (1957), The Wackiest Ship in the Army (1960), Move Over, Darling (1963), Herbie Rides Again (1974), Scream (1985) and The Horror Show (1989). He found great success as a comic actor on television, cast in a regular role as Howie on Pete and Gladys (1960-1962) and guest starring on such shows as My Little Margie (1952), The Donna Reed Show (1958), Bachelor Father (1960), The Joey Bishop Show (1962), The Beverly Hillbillies (1964), The Dick Van Dyke Show (1965, in a hilarious role as phony I.R.S. agent Handlebuck in an Emmy Award-winning episode, "The Impractical Joke"), Nanny and the Professor (1971), Love, American Style (1970, 1972), Newhart (1989) and Frasier (1994). Moore also appeared in several made-for-TV movies as well as the miniseries, How the West Was Won (1978). Two items.
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