PAMELA BELLWOOD - CONTRACT SIGNED 10/17/1977 CO-SIGNED BY: PAT ROONEY - HFSID 275044
ACTRESS PAMELA BELLWOOD CONTRACTS TO PLAY ANNIE IN THE 1978 MADE-FOR-TV MOVIE, DEADMAN'S CURVE, A BIOPIC THAT BROUGHT RENEWED INTEREST IN THE MUSIC OF JAN AND DEAN PAMELA BELLWOOD and PAT ROONEY.
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ACTRESS PAMELA BELLWOOD CONTRACTS TO PLAY ANNIE IN THE 1978 MADE-FOR-TV MOVIE, DEADMAN'S CURVE, A BIOPIC THAT BROUGHT RENEWED INTEREST IN THE MUSIC OF JAN AND DEAN
PAMELA BELLWOOD and PAT ROONEY. Typed Contract signed: "Pamela Bellwood" as Player and initialed "PB", 1p, 8½x13½. No place, 1977 October 17. Headed: "Actor's Television Motion Picture Minimum Free-Lance Weekly Contract". Bellwood contracts with E.M.I. Television Programs, Inc. to play "Pam" in the 1978 made-for-TV movie, Deadman's Curve. She was to be paid $4,545.45 weekly for a total compensation of $10,000 for 12 days. Bellwood was to start filming on or about October 21, 1977. Also signed: "Pat Rooney" as Producer. Bellwood's social security number has been blacked out on form. Lightly creased with folds, lower horizontal folds at the upper loops of the "P" and "R" in Rooney's signature. Staple holes at upper left corner, two file holes at upper blank margin. Overall, fine condition. Accompanied by Photocopied Typed DS: "Pamela Bellwood" in ink as Player and "Pat Rooney" in ink as Producer, 1p, 8½x11. No place, 1977 October 17. Headed: "Rider Attached to and Hereby Made/a Part of the Agreement Between/E.M.I. Television Programs, Inc./and: Pamela Bellwood/Dated: October 17, 1977". The rider refers to the theatrical exhibition of the film both in and outside the U.S. and Canada. Bellwood would be paid $5,000 in either case. Lightly creased. Staple holes at upper left corner, two file holes at upper blank margin. Fine condition. Accompanied by Photocopied Typed DS: "Pamela Bellwood" in ink as Player and "Pat Rooney" in ink for E.M.I. Television Programs, Inc. No place, 1977 October 17. Headed: "Credit Rider". In part: "Provided Player appears recognizably in the Photoplay as released, Producer agrees to accord Player the following billing on positive prints of the Photoplay: Artist to receive 3rd star billing, separate card, main titles." Lightly creased. Staple holes at upper left corner, two file holes at upper blank margin. Usual black marks from photocopying. Fine condition. With Photocopied Typed Document, unsigned, 1p, 8½x11. Studio City, California, 1977 October 17. EMI Television Programs, Inc. form summarizing Bellwood's appearance in the film. And unsigned copy of the Credit Rider. The latter two documents are lightly creased. Staple holes at upper left corner, two file holes at upper margin. Bellwood's social security number has been blacked out on summary form. The made-for-TV movie, Deadman's Curve, was first aired on February 3, 1978. Richard Hatch starred as Jan Berry and Bruce Davison co-starred as Dean Torrence and Bellwood played "Annie" in the film, which was directed by Richard Compton. PAT ROONEY was the Producer. She had previously produced Black Eye (1974), and Rooney was the executive producer of Fools (1970). In 1978, the year the film was released, Bellwood was also seen as Ellen Cunningham on the TV series, W.E.B., and she guest starred in an episode of Switch. In 1977, Bellwood was seen on the big screen in Airport '77 as well as in the made-for-TV movie, Emily, Emily. She also made guest starring appearances on Serpico, Westside Medical, The Love Boat and Big Hawaii. Actress PAMELA BELLWOOD (born in 1951), who is sometimes credited as Pamela Belwood or Pamela Kingsley, is best known to TV audiences as Claudia Blaisdel on the TV series, Dynasty (1981-1986). She had made her TV debut in 1970, appearing on an episode of Mannix, and Bellwood would go on to guest on a long list of TV series. In addition to several made-for-TV movies, her feature film credits include Two-Minute Warning (1976), Hangar 18 (1980), The Incredible Shrinking Woman (1981), The Gardener (1998), Family Secrets (2001) and Going Shopping (2005). Five items.
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