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POLICE WOMAN TV CAST - SCRIPT SIGNED CIRCA 1976 CO-SIGNED BY: ANGIE DICKINSON, EARL HOLLIMAN - HFSID 59292

POLICE WOMAN TV SHOW CAST: ANGIE DICKINSON and EARL HOLLIMAN Angie Dickinson and Earl Holliman sign a copy of the final draft of the script for "Shark". Script signed: "Angie/Dickinson" and "Earl/Holliman" on cover, 71p, 8½x11.

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POLICE WOMAN TV SHOW CAST: ANGIE DICKINSON and EARL HOLLIMAN
Angie Dickinson and Earl Holliman sign a copy of the final draft of the script for "Shark".
Script signed: "Angie/Dickinson" and "Earl/Holliman" on cover, 71p, 8½x11. Imprinted: "POLICE WOMAN/'Shark'/(alternate title: 'The Sharks')/#183859." Final Draft, October 4, 1976. "Shark" aired on February 15, 1977, during the third season of the TV series. Police Woman, which aired for four seasons (1974-1978), starred ANGIE DICKINSON as Sergeant Suzanne "Pepper" Anderson, an undercover agent in the Criminal Conspiracy Unit of the Los Angeles Police Department. EARL HOLLIMAN portrayed Lieutenant Bill Crowley. "The Gamble", the pilot episode of Police Woman, had aired on Police Story in 1974. ANGIE DICKINSON, born in 1931, acted in a few "B" Westerns before making her way to film's A-list after being cast by Howard Hawks in Rio Bravo (1959). Her big screen credits include Point Blank (1967) and Dressed to Kill (1980), and Dickinson made several made-for-TV movies, including Jealousy and A Touch of Scandal, in which she appeared in 1984, the year she signed this photograph. Dickinson is perhaps best remembered for her role as Sergeant Suzanne "Pepper" Anderson in the TV series Police Woman (1974-1978), for which she won a 1974 Golden Globe (she was also nominated in 1975, 1976 and 1977). Dickinson, who once had her legs insured by Lloyds of London for publicity purposes, was married to composer Burt Bacharach from 1965-1980. Actor EARL HOLLIMAN (born in 1928) turned in impressive work on many live TV anthologies during the 1950s. His performance as a shipwrecked Marine in a 1958 Kraft Theatre production led to his being cast in Twilight Zone's pilot episode, "Where is Everybody?" (1959). Holliman has also starred in a number of films, including The Rainmaker (1956), which earned him a Golden Globe, and Sons of Katie Elder (1965), which also starred John Wayne. Lightly creased and soiled. Pencil note (unknown hand) at upper right corner. 3 file holes and 2 brass fasteners at blank left margin. Overall, fine condition.

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