BARBARA BAIN - ANNOTATED DOCUMENT SIGNED 01/20/1969 - HFSID 253133
BARBARA BAIN Emmy-winning actress Barbara Bain signed this contract to appear as a principal performer on the Feb. 2, 1969 episode of What's It All About, World? for $7,500. Annotated contract
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Emmy-winning actress Barbara Bain signed this contract to appear as a principal performer on the Feb. 2, 1969 episode of What's It All About, World? for $7,500.
Annotated contract signed by "Barbara Bain" as Performer with her Social Security number in black ink and by a producer at Wiaaw Productions in blue ink. 2 pages, 8¼x12½, 1 sheet, front and verso, carbon copy, perforated top edge, bound with 1 staple, with 3 single-sided pages of riders. Jan. 20, 1969. Bain signed this contract to appear as a principal performer on the Feb. 2, 1969 episode of What's It All About, World? for $7,500. Bain appeared in her final season on Mission: Impossible in possibly her best-known role as Cinnamon Carter, winning her third consecutive Emmy for that role. She also had an acting credit on an episode of The Red Skelton Show that year. Bain, born Millicent Fogel in Chicago, Illinois in 1931, has over 60 TV shows and movies to her credit, but is probably best known for her role as secret agent Cinnamon Carter in Mission: Impossible (1966-1969). She won Emmies in three consecutive years (1967-1969) for her work on Mission: Impossible. Bain starred in Mission: Impossible with husband Martin Landau, whom she met at New York's Actors Studio and Neighborhood Playhouse in 1956. Bain and Landau were married from 1957 to 1993. Science fiction fans probably know Bain from her role as Helena Russel, also opposite Landau, in Space: 1999 (1975-1978). Lightly toned and creased. Producer's signature has bled lightly but is legible. Carbon copy marks. Folded once and unfolded. Otherwise in fine condition.
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