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DIXIE CARTER - SCRIPT SIGNED CIRCA 1992 - HFSID 179563

DIXIE CARTER 1992 revised final draft script for the Designing Women, signed by Emmy-nominated actress Dixie Carter. She played Julia Sugarbaker on this Emmy and Golden Globe-nominated series. Script signed: "Dixie Carter" in black ink. 56 pages including covers, 8½x11, bound with three brass fasteners at left, photocopy.

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DIXIE CARTER
1992 revised final draft script for the Designing Women, signed by Emmy-nominated actress Dixie Carter. She played Julia Sugarbaker on this Emmy and Golden Globe-nominated series.
Script signed: "Dixie Carter" in black ink. 56 pages including covers, 8½x11, bound with three brass fasteners at left, photocopy. Copy of Aug. 12, 1992 revised final draft of Prod. #164702, for the television series Designing Women episode titled Wheel of Fortune. Written by Linda Bloodworth-Thomason. Directed by David Steinberg. Actress, singer and writer Carter (1939-2010) is best known for her TV roles as Julia Sugarbaker on the long-running comedy hit, Designing Women (1983-1993), and more recently as Randi King, the smart, sharp tongued lawyer with a southern rasp on Family Law (1999-2002) and in an Emmy-nominated turn as Gloria Hodge on Desperate Housewives (2006-2007). She has also starred in On Our Own (1977-1978), Out of the Blue (1979), Filthy Rich (1982-1983), Diff'rent Strokes (1984-1985) and Ladies Man (1999-2000). Carter has also starred in television movies and mini-series, including the 1981 CBS-TV movie The Killing of Randy Webster, where she met her husband, actor Hal Holbrook. In addition to her television credits, Carter also has an extensive theatre background and earned a Theatre World Award Drama Desk Award nomination for her performance the off-Broadway play Jesse and the Bandit Queen (1975-1976), as well as a Drama Desk Award nomination for her performance the off-Broadway play in Fathers and Sons (1978). Lightly toned. Ink transference inside script. Photocopy marks. Otherwise in fine condition.

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