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DAVID JANSSEN - DOCUMENT DOUBLE SIGNED 01/14/1977 - HFSID 264603

DAVID JANSSEN The actor signs a document hiring Diamond Artists Ltd. Carbon Typed Document Signed: "David Janssen" as Artist in ink on page 4, 4p, 8½x11 with 1 page rider (8½x5½). Hollywood, California, 1977 January 14.

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DAVID JANSSEN The actor signs a document hiring Diamond Artists Ltd. Carbon Typed Document Signed: "David Janssen" as Artist in ink on page 4, 4p, 8½x11 with 1 page rider (8½x5½). Hollywood, California, 1977 January 14. The actor hires an agent. Headed: "American Federation of Television and Radio Artists/Standard AFTRA Exclusive Agency Contract/Under Rule 12-B". Begins: "This Agreement, made and entered at Hollywood, Ca., by and between Diamond Artists Ltd, hereinafter called the "Agent", and David Janssen, hereinafter called the "Artist". In part: "The term of this contract shall be for a period of three (3) years commending the 27th day of Jan. 1977...The artist agrees to pay to the Agent a sum equal to ten (10) per cent (not more than 10%) of all moneys or other consideration received by the artist...." Also signed: "Abner J. Greshler" as Agent for Diamond Artists Ltd. Janssen has also initialed: "DJ" on a "Rider Authorizing Only Television Commercial Representation" affixed to the contract. In 1977, the year he signed this contract, Janssen was in Golden Rendezvous, a feature film, and the made-for-TV movie, A Sensitive, Passionate Man. David Janssen (1931-1980), who began his film career in 1945 with It's A Pleasure, was best known for his roles on the small screen. The prolific Janssen had appeared in some 32 films before appearing on TV. Janssen starred in Richard Diamond, Private Detective (1957-1960), The Fugitive (1963-1967), O'Hara - U.S. Treasury (1971-1972), and Harry O (1974-1976). Janssen won the 1966 Golden Globe for Best TV Star- Male for the role of Dr. Richard Kimble in The Fugitive. Moreover, he starred in over 30 made-for-TV films and appeared as a guest star on a number of TV series. Janssen died of a sudden heart attack in 1980 at the age of 48. Lightly creased with folds, not at signature. Staple holes at upper left corners, "C" written (unknown hand) at upper left corner of first page, which has receipt stamp at upper right corner. Otherwise, fine condition.

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