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JOHN MITCHUM - RECEIPT SIGNED 06/15/1976 - HFSID 209407

Mitchum signed this $88 Warner Brothers receipt for living expenses in 1976. This may have been signed during the shooting of The Enforcer, the final Dirty Harry with Mitchum's character Frank DiGiorgio.

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JOHN MITCHUM
Mitchum signed this $88 Warner Brothers receipt for living expenses in 1976. This may have been signed during the shooting of The Enforcer, the final Dirty Harry with Mitchum's character Frank DiGiorgio.
Receipt signed: "John Mitchum", 1 page, 5½x3¾. June 15, 1976. Warner Brothers location receipt for $88 in living expenses, at $22 per day, from June 15 to June 18. Based on the date, this may be from the shooting of The Enforcer (1976), which took place in San Francisco, California. This was the third and last Dirty Harry film in which Mitchum portrayed Harry Callahan's partner Inspector Frank DiGiorgio. Mitchum (1919-2001, born in Bridgeport, Connecticut) was an actor with 130 movies and TV shows to his credit between 1947 and 1990. Mitchum was the brother of Robert Mitchum as well his drinking partner, and many of his early film appearances were small roles in Robert's movies. He also had a long association with Clint Eastwood and made six movies with him between 1969 and 1976. You may know Mitchum best as Inspector Frank DiGiorgio, Harry Callahan's partner in the first Dirty Harry movies: Dirty Harry (1971), Magnum Force (1973) and The Enforcer (1976). Mitchum also wrote the poem America, Why I Love Her. A 1973 recording of this poem, recited by John Wayne, earned Mitchum a Grammy nomination. Lightly toned, soiled, stained, creased and rippled. Otherwise, fine condition.

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