DON RICKLES - DOCUMENT SIGNED 07/02/1968 - HFSID 262476
DON RICKLES Don Rickles signs a document agreeing to appear as host and performer on two The Kraft Music Hall programs. Carbon Typed DS: "Don Rickles" in ink under "Accepted and Agreed to", 1p, 8½x11. New York, New York, 1968 July 2. In letter form from Yorkshire Productions, Inc.
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Don Rickles signs a document agreeing to appear as host and performer on two The Kraft Music Hall programs.
Carbon Typed DS: "Don Rickles" in ink under "Accepted and Agreed to", 1p, 8½x11. New York, New York, 1968 July 2. In letter form from Yorkshire Productions, Inc. to Rickles in care of William Morris Agency regarding an Amendment to the March 11, 1968 Standard AFTRA Engagement Contract between Yorkshire Productions and Rickles for his appearance as Host and Performer on two The Kraft Music Hall programs, changing the scheduled taping and air dates (taping dates, August 9 and November 8, 1968; air dates September 18 and November 13, 1968) and adding "first-class living expenses not to exceed $50.00 per day in connection with the program of September 18, 1968". Also signed by a representative of Yorkshire Productions, Inc. In the year he signed this contract, Rickles appeared in one feature film, The Money Jungle. He was also hosting his own TV variety show, The Don Rickles Show (1968-1969). Rickles, who had previously hosted The Kraft Music Hall in January 1968, also appeared as a guest star on several other TV series, including The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour, Get Smart (two episodes), It's Happening (two episodes), Toast of the Town and Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In. Comedian Don Rickles began as a traditional stand-up comic, but when annoyed by hecklers, he instinctively insulted the insulters back as a defense mechanism. Audiences laughed harder at his impromptu insults than his prepared material, and thus the dye was cast for Rickle's show-business future. He also has appeared on various TV programs playing guest spots, and has done quite well in films such as Where It's At?, Kelly's Heroes and several of the Beach Party frivolities. In 1995, after several years away from films, he resurfaced with a solid supporting part in Casino. Lightly creased. Staple holes at upper left blank corner. Light black marks from photocopying, primarily at blank areas. Fine condition.
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