GEORGE ROBOTHAM - RECEIPT SIGNED 04/14/1968 - HFSID 201886
GEORGE ROBOTHAM Robotham signed this receipt for a $300 advance on his paycheck while in Mexico City in 1968 Receipt signed: "George Robotham" in blue ink, 1 page, 7x3¾. Mexico City, Mexico, 1968 April 4.
Sale Price $81.00
Robotham signed this receipt for a $300 advance on his paycheck while in Mexico City in 1968
Receipt signed: "George Robotham" in blue ink, 1 page, 7x3¾. Mexico City, Mexico, 1968 April 4. Location Salary Advance Voucher for Paramount Pictures Corporation for $300 or 3,750 pesos, filled out in an unknown hand in blue and black ink. Robotham worked in four movies in 1968, and it's unknown which movie he was working on when he signed this receipt. It's possible that this receipt was signed while he was shooting 5 Card Stud, a 1968 western that was shot in Durango, Mexico by Paramount. Robotham had an un-credited role as Stoney Burough, a ranch hand. Robotham (1921-2007) was a stuntman who doubled for Rock Hudson, John Wayne and Clark Gable. Robotham got his start as an un-credited stuntman and actor in the 1943 serial The Batman. He performed as a stuntman in over 80 TV shows and films, with his last in credit Bedazzled (2000), and as an actor in almost 50 TV shows and films, with his last appearance in Split Decisions (1988). Many of his roles were un-credited - including his most well-known one, as a human sacrifice in the 1955 Biblical epic The Prodigal. Left edge is perforated. Lightly toned and creased. Pinholes near top edge. Writing in black ink is slightly smeared. Otherwise in fine condition.
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