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DUB TAYLOR - DOCUMENT DOUBLE SIGNED 10/31/1981 - HFSID 253194

Taylor signed this agreement in 1981 with Universal City Studios so that he could appear in an episode of the horror show Darkroom Document twice signed "Dub Taylor INC". 1 page, 8½x14. Oct. 13, 1981.

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DUB TAYLOR
Taylor signed this agreement in 1981 with Universal City Studios so that he could appear in an episode of the horror show Darkroom
Document twice signed "Dub Taylor INC". 1 page, 8½x14. Oct. 13, 1981. This is a loan-out agreement between Universal City Studios and Dub Taylor, or rather "Dub Taylor, Inc." It allowed Taylor to appear in a single episode of the horror TV show Darkroom entitled Uncle George, in the role of Dixon "Dixie" Weeks, for a weekly salary of $5,000. Taylor also appeared in an episode of Little House on the Prairie in the role of Houston Lamb, a recurring character. Taylor (1907-1994), born Walter Clarence Taylor, Jr., was an American actor best known for his portrayal of grizzled western characters. A former vaudeville performer, Taylor made his film debut in 1938's You Can't Take it With You, and he appeared in a small role in the 1938 musical Carefree before beginning his long stint as a comical B-western sidekick (perhaps best known as "Cannonball" in the Durango Kid series). Taylor, who also appeared in comedies (No Time for Sergeants, 1958) and crime dramas (Crime Wave, 1954) and had a memorable role in 1967's Bonnie and Clyde. He also appeared in several made-for-TV movies, including Conagher (1991, which also starred his son, actor Buck Taylor) and had his own show, The Dub Taylor Show (1951), which he wrote, directed and starred in. Taylor was also a regular on such series as The Roy Rogers Show (1953-1954), Please Don't Eat the Daisies (1965-1966) and Hee Haw (1985-1991) and made numerous guest appearances on TV series ranging from westerns (Death Valley Days, The Virginian, Gunsmoke) to comedies (The Andy Griffith Show, My Favorite Martian, Love, American Style, Designing Women). Lightly toned. Page is lightly creased in upper right corner. Page has been folded in four and unfolded. Page has been neatly torn from a pad or larger sheet at top. Otherwise in fine condition.

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