KATHLEEN FREEMAN - SCRIPT SIGNED - HFSID 179571
Sale Price $144.00
Photocopied script for the fifth season Hoagn's Heroes episode The Sergeant's Analyst, signed by Freeman with her name and the name of her character, "Frau Linkmeyer". This episode first aired onMarch 6, 1970.
Script signed "Kathleen Freeman/Frau Linkmeyer". 43 pages including front cover, 8¼x10¾., bound on left with brass fasteners. Undated photocopied script for the Hogan's Heroes episode The Sergeant's Analyst by Bill Davenport. The Sergeant's Analyst was the 23rd episode of the fifth season and first aired on March 6, 1970. Freeman had a recurring role in Hogan's Heroes as Frau Gertrude Linkmeyer, who forever pined after (but never caught) Colonel Wilhelm Klink. She doesn't appear in this episode's cast. Freeman (1919-2001, born in Chicago, Illinois) made her first stage appearance at age 3, in her parents' vaudeville act. Once of her first film roles was as Jean Hagen's frustrated diction coach in Singin' in the Rain (1952), and she had a recurring role as a frightened maid in the TV comedy Topper (1953). She was a favorite of comedian Jerry Lewis, appearing in several of his films. She was nominated for a Tony and won a Theatre World Award for her performance in The Full Monty in 2001, the year of her death. Fans of Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi may recognize Freeman from a brief but important role in the Blues Brothers (1980) as Sister Mary Stigmata or, as Jake and Elwood called her, "The Penguin". Lightly creased, otherwise in fine condition.
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