BILLY DEE WILLIAMS - DOCUMENT SIGNED 04/26/1991 - HFSID 173152
BILLY DEE WILLIAMS Williams signs Statement Pursuant to Section 508 of the Communications Act Of 1934 as a Guest Photocopied Document signed: "Billy Dee Williams" in ink, 1p, 8½x11. No place, 1991 April 26. Standard Agreement with NBC.
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BILLY DEE WILLIAMS
Williams signs Statement Pursuant to Section 508 of the Communications Act Of 1934 as a Guest
Photocopied Document signed: "Billy Dee Williams" in ink, 1p, 8½x11. No place, 1991 April 26. Standard Agreement with NBC. Headed: "Statement Pursuant To Section 507 Of The Communications Act Of 1934 - Guest". Three points are listed. In part: "I affirm that neither I, nor anyone acting for me, gave or agreed to give anything of value to any member of the production staff, anyone associated in any manner with the program, or any representative of NBC for arranging my appearance on the program...I am aware it is a Federal offense, unless disclosed to NBC prior to broadcast, if I accept or agree to accept anything of value to promote any product, service or venture on the air...I shall notify the NBC Compliance and Practices Department immediately if any person attempts to induce me to do anything in violation of the foregoing or which is in any way dishonest." Also signed by a representative of NBC. The month before he signed this agreement, Williams had appeared on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson. In 1991, he also appeared in the film, Driving Me Crazy. One of the most handsome leading men in Hollywood with his soulful brown eyes, neat, thick moustache, great physique and natural poise, Billy Dee Williams (born in 1937) was a major star during the 1970s. He made a favorable impression in the made-for-TV movie, Brian's Song, but did not become a movie star until he appeared opposite Diana Ross in Lady Sings the Blues (1972). In 1975, the pair re-teamed for the highly successful melodrama Mahogany (1975). At his popularity's peak, Williams was referred to as "the Black Gable". Although he went on to star in other pictures throughout the decade, his star was beginning to fade by 1980 until he played a dashing role in the Star Wars sequels, The Empire Strikes Back (1980) and Return of the Jedi (1983). Williams was also particularly memorable as the District Attorney in Batman (1989). Marks from photocopying at lower right margin. Fine condition.
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