GEORGE C. SCOTT - QUESTIONNAIRE SIGNED 09/15/1992 - HFSID 250427
GEORGE C. SCOTT. Partly Printed DS: "George C Scott", 1p, 8½x11¼. Malibu, California, 1992 September 15. Medical examination form for the Paradise Productions NV film, Circling of Sharks. The examination took place at Scott's Malibu home.
Sale Price $467.50
GEORGE C. SCOTT. Partly Printed DS: "George C Scott", 1p, 8½x11¼. Malibu, California, 1992 September 15. Medical examination form for the Paradise Productions NV film, Circling of Sharks. The examination took place at Scott's Malibu home. The form, which is filled in with the answers to medical conditions, notes that Scott had an angioplasty in 11/90, requiring him to miss two days of shooting on an ABC movie, and that he was taking medication for his heart and blood pressure and to prevent gout. Also signed by a witness to Scott's signature. The made-for-TV movie, Circling of Sharks, was aired as Deadly Currents in 1993. Scott starred as Cornelius Wettering, the former captain of a ship that exploded, who runs a bar in Curacoa. William Petersen (now of the hit TV series, C.S.I.), Julie Carmen and Scott's wife, Trish Van Devere, also appeared in the film, which was released under the title Curacao. George C. Scott (1927-1999) was nominated for Academy Awards for Best Supporting Actor in 1959 (Anatomy of a Murder) and 1961 (The Hustler). In 1971, he was nominated for Best Actor in The Hospital. He won the 1970 Academy Award for Best Actor for the title role in Patton. In 1971, he made international headlines by refusing to accept his Best Actor Academy Award for that performance, deriding the Oscar ceremony as a "meat parade." Two years later, he turned down an Emmy for his work in the TV adaptation of Arthur Miller's The Price. Curiously, he had no qualms about accepting such honors at the Golden Globe or Canada's Genie Award for the 1980 film The Changeling. Slightly creased. Blacked out at 3 areas, ink note (unknown hand) at upper margin, date stamp at lower right margin. Chipped at upper edge. Overall, fine and interesting.
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