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JOHN CARRADINE - DOCUMENT SIGNED 10/30/1958 - HFSID 255578

JOHN CARRADINE John Carradine signs a document with Ziv Television Programs, Inc. to play the part of Alexander Sugrue in the series The Rough Riders. Document signed: "John Carradine", 1p, 8½x11. Hollywood, California, 1958 October 30.

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JOHN CARRADINE
John Carradine signs a document with Ziv Television Programs, Inc. to play the part of Alexander Sugrue in the series The Rough Riders.
Document signed: "John Carradine", 1p, 8½x11. Hollywood, California, 1958 October 30. Carradine signs an actor's contract with Ziv Television Programs, Inc. To play the part of Alexander Sugrue in the series The Rough Riders. He receives $650 for 3 days of work. John Carradine (1906-1988) was happiest performing on stage, yet he made dozens of movies and many TV appearances. He had prominent roles, though not the lead, in such successful films as Captains Courageous (1937), Stagecoach (1939) and The Grapes of Wrath (1940). Though often cast as a villain, he was versatile enough to play a kindly Abe Lincoln (Of Human Hearts, 1938). Many of his performances late in his career were low budget horror flicks. He is the father of actors David, Keith, Robert and Bruce Carradine. The Rough Riders was shown for one season (1958-1959) on ABC. Staple holes in upper corners. Lightly soiled in blank upper margin. Otherwise, fine condition.
 
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