RUDY SOLARI - CONTRACT SIGNED 08/17/1964 - HFSID 281845
RUDY SOLARI Actor Rudy Solari signed this contract in 1964 to appear in an episode of General Hospital. Solari was the medicine man Salish in the 1968 Star Trek episode The Paradise Syndrome. Contract signed "Rudy Solari" as Performer in blue ink.
Sale Price $288.00
Actor Rudy Solari signed this contract in 1964 to appear in an episode of General Hospital. Solari was the medicine man Salish in the 1968 Star Trek episode The Paradise Syndrome.
Contract signed "Rudy Solari" as Performer in blue ink. 2 pages, 8¼x13¾, 1 sheet, front and verso, binder holes at top and left edges. Aug. 24, 1964. Solari signed this contract with Selmur Production, Inc. to appear as Mr. Telez in the Aug. 25, 1964, episode of General Hospital. He was to be paid $310 plus 10 percent. American actor Solari (1934-1991) appeared in almost 50 movies and TV shows between 1957 and 1983. He starred in The Boss' Son (1979) and had a recurring role as Casino on Garrison's Gorillas (1967-1968), plus repeat appearances on Hennesey (1959-1961), Mission: Impossible (1968-1972), Police Story (1975-1976) and Quincy M. E. (1977-1983). Solari was also a popular acting coach and founded a Broadway acting troupe with his wife Niki; they produced one play on Broadway, 1979's The Goodbye People. He was later director of the graduate acting program at UCLA. Trekkies may remember him as Salish, a Native American medicine man on the planet Amerind (hey, it's Star Trek, go figure) in the 1968 episode The Paradise Syndrome. Lightly toned and creased. Staple holes and staple at top edge. Folded once. Otherwise in fine condition.
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