PAT HINGLE - RECEIPT SIGNED 06/02/1977 - HFSID 209474
PAT HINGLE 1977 Warner Brothers location receipt for living expenses during the shooting of The Gauntlet, signed by character actor Pat Hingle Inscribed card signed "Pat Hingle" in blue ink. 4x5½ card. June 2, 1977. Location receipt from Warner Brothers, Inc.
Sale Price $90.00
1977 Warner Brothers location receipt for living expenses during the shooting of The Gauntlet, signed by character actor Pat Hingle
Inscribed card signed "Pat Hingle" in blue ink. 4x5½ card. June 2, 1977. Location receipt from Warner Brothers, Inc. for four days living allowance, June 1 to June 4, 1977 at $100 a day, $400 total. This receipt appears to be from the 1977 Clint Eastwood cop movie The Gauntlet, which starred Hingle as Josephson. This is the only Warner Brothers movie released that year that featured Hingle. Comic book fans may remember Hingle (1924-2009, born Martin Patterson Hingle in Denver, Colorado) as Commissioner James Gordon in four of the Batman movies from the 1990s: Batman (1989), Batman Returns (1992), Batman Forever (1995) and Batman & Robin (1997). But those four movies don't even scratch the surface of this perennial character actor's career. Hingle had almost 200 movies and TV shows to his credit. He got his start on stage, with 20 career Broadway performances, including roles in the orignal productions of End as a Man (1953-1954), Tennessee Williams' Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1955-1956) and The Dark at the Top of the Stairs (1957-1959), which earned him a Tony Award nomination. Hingle's first movie assignment was an uncredited role in On the Waterfront (1954). Film success didn't come until later in his career, but he was able to parlay his On the Waterfront and theatre experience into numerous TV appearances, including Colonel Tom Parker in Elvis (1979) and J. Edgar Hoover on Citizen Cohn (1992), as well as a brief stint as Dr. John Chapman on Gunsmoke (1971). Lightly toned, creased and bowed, otherwise in fine condition.
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