NORMAN BARTOLD - DOCUMENT SIGNED CIRCA 1955 - HFSID 282272
Sale Price $378.00
AFTRA membership application signed by actor Norman Bartold
Document signed "Norman Bartold" in blue ink. Blue ink notations and black ink marks in unknown hand. 2 pages, 6½x9, 1 sheet, front and verso. With 6½x3¼ initiation fee receipt carbon copy with perforated left edge stapled at top edge. Membership form for the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. A U. S. Army veteran of the Korean War, character actor Bartold (1928-1994) is probably best remembered as Skip Hollings from Mr. Belvedere (1986-1990). He also had recurring roles as District Attorney Donahue on Adam's Rib (1973), Mr. Hildebrand on Laverne & Shirley (1980-1982) and Judge Holder on Falcon Crest (1985). In all, Bartold appeared in over 70 movies and TV between 1952 and 1990, including appearances as 'Tiny' Gordon in She's Working Her Way Through College (1952), in an undetermined role in the Death Valley Days episode The Light on the Mountain (1954), as a G. I. in the Cavalcade of America episode The Major of St. Lo (1956), in an uncredited role as a signalman in The Ten Commandments (1956), in an undetermined role in the Alfred Hitchcock Presents episode Nightmare in 4-D (1957), as a medic in the Navy Log episode The Star (1957), as Deputy Jake Willis in the Code 3 episode The Rookie Sheriff (1957), as Barney Swanson in the Dragnet episode The Big Net (1956), in an undetermined role in the Dragnet episode The Big Lesson (1957), as a policeman in the Richard Diamond, Private Detective episode Hit and Run (1957), as a police sergeant in The Littlest Hobo (1958), as a policeman in the My Favorite Martian episode Heir Today, Gone Tomorrow (1966), as a "Board Member" in The Busy Body (1967), as a deputy in Riot on Sunset Strip (1967), as Tom Drake in Blood Legacy (1971), as Mr. Hackett in the TV movie Something Evil (1972), as Hancock in the Me and the Chimp episode Tennis Anyone? (1972), in an undetermined role in the The Mod Squad episode A Gift for Jenny (1972), as a detective in Lady Sings the Blues (1972), in an undetermined role in the TV movie Alvin the Magnificent (1973), as Darga in the Gunsmoke episode The Sodbusters (1972), as a sheriff in the Gunsmoke episode Jesse/II (1973), as an "Old Policeman" in Superchick (1973), as a "Man in Car" in Breezy (1973), as a knight in Westworld (1973), in an undetermined role in the Temperatures Rising episode Mercy, the Surgeon (1973), as Sam Preston in the TV movie The Whiz Kid and the Mystery at Riverton (1974), as an "Executive" in the Maude episode The Commuter Station (1974), as Agwin in Summer School Teachers (1974), as Howard in the TV movie The California Kid (1974), as a maitre 'd in the Rhoda episode Parents' Day (1974), as Harry in the Emergency! episode Kidding (1975), as Capt. Willoughby in The Sky's the Limit (1975), as Sam Preston in the The Wonderful World of Disney two-parter The Whiz Kid and the Mystery at Riverton (1974), as Captain Willoughby in the The Wonderful World of Disney two-parter The Sky's the Limit (1975), as Dr. Eliofson in the The Streets of San Francisco episode River of Fear (1975), as Allen Marsh in the Mary Tyler Moore episode Ted Baxter's Famous Broadcasters' School (1975), as Commander Cross in Darktown Strutters (1975), in an undetermined role in Moving Violation (1976), in an undetermined role in the TV mini-series Captains and the Kings (1976), as Perry Curtis in Switch episode The Argonaut Special (1976), as Angelo Musto in the Delvecchio episode Dying Can Be a Pleasure (1977), as Hollis Cotton in the The Rockford Files episode This Case Is Closed (1974), as Thatcher in the The Rockford Files episode The Girl in the Bay City Boys' Club (1975), as "William Evans V.P." in the The Rockford Files episode Joey Blue Eyes (1976), as Judge W.T. Carroll in the The Rockford Files episode Crack Back (1977), as Harold Dickerson in the TV movie Panic in Echo Park (1977), as Commander Phillips in the Lou Grant episode Cophouse (1977), as Walter Beck in the Visions episode The Dancing Bear (1977), as Ohio Tolls in Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977), as the President in Capricorn One (1977), as Harry Grabiner in the TV movie A Love Affair: The Eleanor and Lou Gehrig Story (1978), as Kellerman in the Fish episode A Fine Kettle of Fish (1978), as Durrell in the TV movie Secrets of Three Hungry Wives (1978), as a producer in the TV movie Rescue from Gilligan's Island (1978), in an undetermined role in the Dallas episode Election (1978), as Ross in the Fantasy Island episode The Appointment/Mr. Tattoo (1978), in an undetermined role in the TV movie Suddenly, Love (1978), as Dr. Isaac Steven Hayward in Real Life (1979), as a "Company Man" in the The Dukes of Hazzard episode Money to Burn (1979), in an undetermined role in the TV movie Friendly Fire (1979), as Admiral Kemper in Raise the Titanic (1980), in an undetermined role in In God We Tru$t (1980), as Judge Tom Matlock in the TV movie Madame X (1981), as Mr. Platt in the Charlie's Angels episode The Big Tap Out (1977), as Edward Tustin in the Charlie's Angels episode Attack Angels (1981), as Phillip Kadinsky in the Too Close for Comfort episode Who's Sara Now? (1981), as Taylor in the Benson episode Pete the Hero (1982), as Roy Jenkins in the Barney Miller episode Copy Cat (1977), as Jack Corwin in the Barney Miller episode Inquisition (1979), as Schuyler in the Barney Miller episode The Architect (1980), in an undetermined role in the Barney Miller episode Movie (1980), as Gordon Wendell in the Barney Miller episode Inquiry (1982), as Mr. Brody in the Teachers Only episodes Cooper's Grab for Gusto (1982) and Guns and Butter (1982), as the mayor in the T.J. Hooker episode Terror at the Academy (1982), as Mr. Carlyle in the Filthy Rich episode The Country Club (1983), as Dr. Bronson in the At Ease episode Love Sick (1983), as Mr. Reynolds in the Night Court episode A Day in the Life (1987), in an undetermined role in the Rags to Riches episode Bad Blood (1987), as Mr. "Bobo" Endicott in the Perfect Strangers episode High Society (1988), as Supreme Court Judge Connolly in the L.A. Law episode Ex-Wives and Videotape (1990) and as the "Voice of Petroni" in the premiere episode of Gabriel's Fire (1990). Lightly toned and creased. Signature touches notations. Form was folded in half and unfolded. Receipt has light tear in top left corner and carbon copy marks. Otherwise in fine condition.
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