INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT MOVIE CAST - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: GIL GERARD, CLIFF POTTS - HFSID 299873
INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT MOVIE CAST: GIL GERARD and CLIFF POTTS Black and white still photograph of the seasoned actors shown dressed in suits Photograph Signed: "B--/Gil Gerard", "Cliff Potts", B/w 10x8.
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INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT MOVIE CAST: GIL GERARD and CLIFF POTTS
Black and white still photograph of the seasoned actors shown dressed in suits
Photograph Signed: "B--/Gil Gerard", "Cliff Potts", B/w 10x8. The 1985 television movie International Airport follows the manager of a large international airport as he tries to deal with the stress of his job and the attitudes of his workers. Actor/producer GIL GERARD (b. 1943) is perhaps best known for playing the title role in the film and television series, Buck Rogers in the 25th Century, although he initially turned down the part as the futurist space hero based on the comic book character. The 1979 film was a huge commercial success, grossing over $11 million in its opening weekend, although the series was cancelled after two seasons (1979-1981). Gerard, who began his career in stage plays in New York, was an extra in the 1970 film Love Story and appeared on the daytime soap, The Doctors, and in over 400 commercials before heading to Hollywood, where he formed his own production company, Prudhomme Productions. The company released its first film, Hooch, produced by and starring Gerard, in 1976. Gerard then appeared on a number of televisions series, including Little House on the Prairie, Hawaii-Five-O and Baretta, as well as in a number of made-for-television movies (his best known are Help Wanted: Male, For Love or Money and Hear No Evil). He also hosted the "actuality" series, Code 3, which followed the exploits of paramedics, firefighters and other rescue organizations around the world, for two seasons. Gerard, who was married to actress Connie Selleca from 1979-1987, continues to act and produce. CLIFF POTTS (b. 1942), the American film and television actor, is well known for his roles in more than sixty television productions including The name of the Game, a starring role in Once an Eagle, Big Hawaii, and Little Women. However, Potts most successful role was that of John Wolf in Silent Running, a 1972 cult science fiction film. More recently, Potts has found roles in the films Temptations (1998), and his role as Turner in Embrace the Darkness (1999). Since 1999, Potts has only pursued a single role, that of Tops in the upcoming film, Wild Hearts (2012). Fine condition.
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