JOHN SAXON - DOCUMENT SIGNED 12/11/1962 CO-SIGNED BY: GEORGE MONTGOMERY, JOE DE SANTIS, CHUCK OLSON, CHUCK OLSON JR., FRANK OVERTON, MARIE BRASSELLE, JOHN W. ROGERS, NINA SHIPMAN, JOHN A. LILLEY, LOU PALFY, HAL LIERLEY, JULIE COCKERILL, C. P. HONEYCUTT, PETE ESARO, MARTHA YATES - HFSID 209512
Sale Price $722.50
WESTERN FILM STARS AND CREWA meal allowance voucher dated 1962 for filming on location in Sierra Vista, Arizona, featuring signatures of John Saxon, George Montgomery, Frank Overton, Joe De Santis and 13 others Document signed: "Chuck Olson", "Chuckie Olson", "John A. Lilley", "Marie Brassille", "L. Palfy, "Hal Lierley", "Julie Cockerill", "John Saxon", "C.P. Honeycutt", "Joe De Santis", "M. Yates", "John W. Rogers", "Pete Esaro", "Nina Shipman", "G. Montgomery", "Frank Overton", and "Lloyd E. Andrews". December 11, 1962. Location meal allowance voucher for Sierra Vista, Arizona. Production no. 30939. An interesting document from behind the scenes, showing the names of several prominent Western film and television actors. Many of these signers were involved in The Dick Powell Theatre, a television show with different episode-long stories every week for two seasons, from 1961-1963. Listed professionals attached to this production number include actors John Saxon (1935-2020), George Montgomery (1916-2000), Joe De Santis (1909-1989), and Frank Overton (1918-1967), along with makeup artists Marie Brasselle (1907-1998) and Hal Lierley (1914-1994). Also signed by assistant director John W. Rogers (1916-1999). Includes the names and signatures of several other crew members, including wrangler C.P. Honeycutt and wardrobe professional LouPalfy.Saxon continues to perform on the big screen and has racked up over 200 credits. Montgomery is best known for his war and Western roles, starring in the television show Cimarron City (1958-1960). Joe De Santis acted for many years, last appearing in How Rare a Possession: The Book of Mormon (1987). Frank Overton played a major role in the iconic film To Kill a Mockingbird (1962). Hal Lierley (1914-1994) was a makeup artist who racked up dozens of credits as a makeup artist for films, television shows, and television movies. He did makeup work in 1959's Return of the Fly. Lierley married actress Noel Neill in 1943. A rare collection of signatures from many facets of the Western film world. Lightly toned. Surface creases. Corners slightly worn and creased. Staple holes in top margin. Cancellation holes on left margin. Pencil notes (unknown hand). Otherwise, fine condition.
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