EARL HOLLIMAN - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 03/26/1959 - HFSID 312906
EARL HOLLIMAN The actor types a short letter to a friend, dated in 1959 Typed Letter Signed: "Earl Holliman", 1 page, 7x10½. No place, March, 26 1959. On personal
Sale Price $252.00
The actor types a short letter to a friend, dated in 1959
Typed Letter Signed: "Earl Holliman", 1 page, 7x10½. No place, March, 26 1959. On personal letterhead to "Martha", in full: "Sorry for such a long delay in answering your request for a picture but some of my mail had been missing for some time and only recently recovered. I've finished Las Train from Gun Hill and hope you have a chance to see it when it's released. Again, sorry for the delay. Sincerely." Perhaps best known for his role as Lieutenant Bill Crowley in the weekly series Police Woman (with Angie Dickinson, 1974-1978), Earl Holliman (b. 1928) turned in impressive work on many live TV anthologies during the 1950s. His performance as a shipwrecked Marine in a 1958 Kraft Theatre production led to his being cast in Twilight Zone's pilot episode, "Where is Everybody?" (1959). Holliman has also starred in a number of films, including Giant (with Elizabeth Taylor, 1956); The Rainmaker (with Katharine Hepburn, 1956), which earned him a Golden Globe; and Sons of Katie Elder (1965), which also starred John Wayne. Top edge lightly bowed. Toned. Light stains near letter head. Otherwise, fine condition.
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