ANGIE DICKINSON - DOCUMENT MULTI-SIGNED 11/11/1968 - HFSID 262619
ANGIE DICKINSON Angie Dickinson signs and initials three times a document agreeing to appear as a Principal Performer on Kraft Music Hall. Typed Document Multi-Signed: "Angie Dickenson" and initialed "A.D" three times, 13 pages, 8½x11, separate sheets.
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Angie Dickinson signs and initials three times a document agreeing to appear as a Principal Performer on Kraft Music Hall.
Typed Document Multi-Signed: "Angie Dickenson" and initialed "A.D" three times, 13 pages, 8½x11, separate sheets. No place, 1968 November 11. Headed: "Standard AFTRA Engagement Contract for a Single Television Broadcast and for Multiple Television Broadcasts Within One Calendar Week". Contract between Yorkshire Productions and Dickinson for her to appear as a Principal Performer on Kraft Music Hall, airing December 4, 1968. Dickinson, who has also written her social security number beneath her signature, was to be paid $7,500 and receive a round-trip first class (if available) airline ticket from Los Angeles to New York. Also signed by a representative of Yorkshire Productions, Inc. Angie Dickinson, born in 1931, acted in a few "B" Westerns before making her way to film's A-list after being cast by Howard Hawks in Rio Bravo (1959). Her big screen credits include Point Blank (1967) and Dressed to Kill (1980), and Dickinson made a number of made-for-TV movies and appeared on a long list of TV series. She is perhaps best remembered for her role as Sergeant Suzanne "Pepper" Anderson in the TV series Police Woman (1974-1978), for which she won a 1974 Golden Globe (she was also nominated in 1975, 1976 and 1977). Dickinson, who once had her legs insured by Lloyds of London for publicity purposes, was married to composer Burt Bacharach from 1965-1980. Lightly creased. Lightly soiled at lower blank margin of signature page. Stapled at upper left blank corner, "File" written in unknown hand at upper right corner of signature page. Light show through of print. Overall, fine condition.
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