RAY WALSTON - DOCUMENT SIGNED 01/19/1993 - HFSID 276803
RAY WALSTON He signs a loan-out agreement to appear in a Stephen King film. Document signed: 'Ray Walston", 2p, 8½x11. Burbank, California, 1993 February 9. Signed on p2. On behalf of Valora Company, Inc., Walston signs an agreement loaning his services to Laurel-King, Inc.
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He signs a loan-out agreement to appear in a Stephen King film.
Document signed: 'Ray Walston", 2p, 8½x11. Burbank, California, 1993 February 9. Signed on p2. On behalf of Valora Company, Inc., Walston signs an agreement loaning his services to Laurel-King, Inc. No film is named in the agreement, but Laurel-King was a production company specializing in bringing to film the works of fantasy/horror author Stephen King. Walston portrayed Glen Bateman, survivor of an apocalyptic plague, in the 1994 film production of King's The Stand. In 1950, Ray Walston (1914-2001) portrayed Luther Billis in the touring and London companies of South Pacific, leading to a major role in Rodgers and Hammerstein's Me and Juliet in 1953. He won the 1956 Tony Award for Best Actor in a Musical for the part of Mr. Applegate (The Devil) in Damn Yankees, a role he recreated in the 1958 movie version. He also recreated his role of Luther Billis in the 1958 movie version of South Pacific. Walston's movie appearances include The Apartment, Paint Your Wagon, The Sting, Popeye and Fast Times at Ridgemont High (as Mr. Hand, also in the TV series). He starred in the title role on the TV series My Favorite Martian (1963-1966) and appeared in the 1999 film version. He received Emmy Awards in 1995 and 1996 for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for the role of Judge Henry Bone on David E. Kelley's first TV drama, Picket Fences. Walston was a frequent guest star on television shows in the 1990's ranging from the role of Boothby in Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Voyager to appearances on Touched by an Angel and 7th Heaven. Staple holes and light diagonal fold in upper left corner. Otherwise, fine condition.
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