GEORGE PEPPARD - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 05/22/1973 - HFSID 83395
GEORGE PEPPARD He signs a typed letter regarding his starring role on Banacek Typed letter signed: "George Peppard", 1p, 7¼x10½. No place, 1973 May 22. On sheet imprinted with his name to "Dear Mrs. Manuel
Sale Price $252.00
He signs a typed letter regarding his starring role on Banacek
Typed letter signed: "George Peppard", 1p, 7¼x10½. No place, 1973 May 22. On sheet imprinted with his name to "Dear Mrs. Manuel". In full: "It was pleasant to hear from you and I thank you for your expression of interest in my screen portrayals. I hope that the 'Banacek' series will continue to intrigue you when it is resumed in the Fall. May I look forward to your comments on future episodes? I think that NBC-TV would value them too. At this time, I am preparing for 'NEWMAN' in which I portray a narcotics detective. The script is quite interesting, timely, and full of action. With the enclosed photo I send best wishes for a pleasant summer for you and your family. Sincerely". Photograph not present. In 1973, Peppard was in the middle of his run as Polish-American detective Thomas Banacek in the TV series, Banacek (1972-1974). Newman's Law, in which he starred as Vince Newman, was released in 1974. Stage, screen and television actor George Peppard (1928-1994) made his television debut in 1956 on The United States Steel Hour, and he would go on to appear on the small screen in a long list of series, including his best known roles, Polish American detective Thomas Banacek on Banacek (1972-1974) and Colonel John "Hannibal" Smith on The A-Team (1983-1987). Peppard also had a regular role as Dr. Jake Goodwin on Doctors' Hospital (1975-1976), and he appeared as a guest star on several TV series and was in a number of made-for-TV movies. A handsome and suave leading man, Peppard made his film debut in 1957's The Strange One, and he starred in such features as Pork Chop Hill (1959), Home from the Hill (1960), Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961), How the West Was Won (1962), The Victors (1963), The Carpetbaggers (1964), Operation Crossbow (1965), The Blue Max (1966), Tobruk (1967), What's So Bad About Feeling Good? (1968), The Executioner (1970) and Ultra Warrior (1990). Peppard's second wife (1966-1972) was actress Elizabeth Ashley, with whom he had a son, writer Christian Peppard. Lightly creased with fold, not at signature. Slightly soiled at upper blank margin, pinhead-size stain at lower left edge. Fine condition.
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