ROBERT BLAKE - DOCUMENT SIGNED 06/22/1962 - HFSID 274959
ROBERT BLAKE The actor signs a Warner Bros. employee form for his travels to Florida for the filming of the 1963 film PT 109 Partly Printed Document signed: "Robert Blake" as Employee, 1p, 5¾x3¾. No place, 1962 June 22. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. "Starting Record".
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The actor signs a Warner Bros. employee form for his travels to Florida for the filming of the 1963 film PT 109
Partly Printed Document signed: "Robert Blake" as Employee, 1p, 5¾x3¾. No place, 1962 June 22. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. "Starting Record". Blake, who is making $700 a week for eight weeks, travels to Florida for on-location shooting for PT 109, in which he portrayed Charles "Bucky" Harris. In 1962, the year he signed this document, Blake guest starred on episodes of four TV series: Ben Casey, Straightaway, Cain's Hundred and Have Gun - Will Travel. In 1963, he guest starred on The Richard Boone Show in addition to his big screen appearance. Robert Blake, born Michael James Vijencio Gubitosi in 1933, was a child actor (as Mickey Gubitosi) in forty Our Gang comedies as well as the Red Ryder series. Portraying Tony Baretta, a New York City undercover policeman in the 1975-1978 Emmy Award winning ABC series Baretta, Blake won an Emmy Award in 1975 (he was also nominated for an Emmy for the role in 1977) and the 1976 Golden Globe Award for Best TV Actor in a Drama. Blake was also nominated for an Emmy Award for the made-for-TV movie, Judgment Day: The John List Story (1973), and he received nominations for Golden Globes for Electra Glide in Blue (1973) and for the made-for-TV movie, Blood Feud (1983). His notable films include Pork Chop Hill (1959), Town Without Pity (1961) and In Cold Blood (1967), and Blake also guest starred on a long list of TV shows. In April 2005, he was acquitted of charged that he had murdered, or arranged the murder of his wife Bonnie Lee Bakley in 2001. Lightly creased with fold, not at signature. Staple holes at upper left margin. Ink notes (unknown hands) at lower portion. Fine condition.
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