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JACK WEBB - DOCUMENT SIGNED 12/13/1961 CO-SIGNED BY: WILLIAM BOWERS - HFSID 168904

JACK WEBB and WILLIAM BOWERS Jack Webb and William Bowers sign a document agreeing to produce a motion picture presently entitled The Last Time I Saw Archie. Document Signed: "Jack Webb" and "William Bowers". 1p, 8½x11. No place, 1961 December 13.

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JACK WEBB and WILLIAM BOWERS
Jack Webb and William Bowers sign a document agreeing to produce a motion picture presently entitled The Last Time I Saw Archie.
Document Signed: "Jack Webb" and "William Bowers". 1p, 8½x11. No place, 1961 December 13. Typed letter to Talbot Productions, Inc., Hollywood, California. Agreeing to a joint venture between Talbot Productions, Bowers's Manzanita Corp., and Webb's Mark VII Ltd., to produce a motion picture presently entitled The Last Time I Saw Archie and recognizing a Financing Agreement among these parties and United Artists Corp. Also signed by representatives of Talbot Productions and Manzanita Corporation, and accompanied by a 1-page attachment acknowledging receipt of the above document, signed by a representative of United Artists. JACK WEBB (1920-1982) portrayed Sgt. Joe Friday on, and also directed, the television police drama Dragnet, which started on radio (1949) and continued through two successful runs on TV (1952-1959 and 1967-1970). He directed several films and produced other TV dramas, including Emergency and Adam 12. WILLIAM BOWERS (1916-1987) was an Oscar nominated screenwriter (for The Gunfighter, 1950 and Sheepman,1958). He also appeared in films on occasion, including a role as the head of the Senate investigating committee in The Godfather, Part II. The Last Time I Saw Archie, a comedy about military life starring and directed by Webb, did appear in 1961. Webb and Bowers were the target of a lawsuit by the title figure satirized in the film, B-movie producer Arch Hall Sr. (1908-1978). Two binder holes at top. Staple holes at upper left. Lightly creased. Otherwise, fine condition.
 

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