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GEORGE PEPPARD - TYPED LETTER SIGNED - HFSID 284206

GEORGE PEPPARD He signs a typed letter on MGM stationery, mentioning his recent film credits and his upcoming movie, Breakfast at Tiffany's Typed Letter signed: "George Peppard", 1 page, 11x7½. Culver City, California, no date. On letterhead of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc.

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GEORGE PEPPARD He signs a typed letter on MGM stationery, mentioning his recent film credits and his upcoming movie, Breakfast at Tiffany's Typed Letter signed: "George Peppard", 1 page, 11x7½. Culver City, California, no date. On letterhead of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. to "Dear George". In full: "Thank you for your compliments on my performance in 'Home from the Hill' and 'The Subterraneans'. I am pleased to know that you enjoyed the pictures and I hope that my forthcoming release, 'Breakfast at Tiffany's', will be welcome with equal interest. I shall send a photo to you under separate cover, [Item not included.] accompanied by my appreciation and good wishes. Sincerely yours".  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. It would be most surprising if this letter's recipient did not enjoy Breakfast at Tiffany's, which has been pleasing audiences ever since its release. Minor surface creases. Otherwise, fine condition. Previously authenticated by JSA.

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