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THE WILD WILD WEST TV CAST - COLLECTION WITH ROSS MARTIN, ROBERT CONRAD - HFSID 272660

THE WILD WILD WEST: ROBERT CONRAD and ROSS MARTIN. Comprises: (1) ROBERT CONRAD. Signature: "From/Robert Conrad", 3½x2¾ lined form. Slightly creased. Fine condition. (2) ROSS MARTIN. Check signed: "Ross Martin", 7½x3¼.

Sale Price $531.25

Reg. $625.00

Condition: slightly creased, otherwise fine condition
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THE WILD WILD WEST: ROBERT CONRAD and ROSS MARTIN. Comprises: (1) ROBERT CONRAD. Signature: "From/Robert Conrad", 3½x2¾ lined form. Slightly creased. Fine condition. (2) ROSS MARTIN. Check signed: "Ross Martin", 7½x3¼. Los Angeles, California, 1977 August 26. Check No. 008019, drawn on the Business Account of Ross Martin and Olavee Martin at the City National Bank of Beverly Hills, payable to San Diego Gas & Electric Co. for $23.10. Imprinted signature of Alexander Tucker beneath Martin's ink signature. Not windowed to show verso. Light show through of bank stamps at the "M" of Martin and touching imprinted and typed text. Fine condition. Matted (not in the Gallery of History style) with photograph, b/w, 7x8¼, of Conrad and Martin in their roles as James T. West and Artemus Gordon, to 20x16. The Wild Wild West, which aired on CBS from 1965-1969, starred Conrad and Martin as Secret Service agents working for the government in the Old West. The comedy/drama was known for its action (Conrad did his own "fight choreography" and stunts), use of "high-tech" gizmos and clever dialogue as well as for the chemistry between its two stars (ironically, Rory Calhoun had originally been tapped for the role of James West). Martin was nominated for an Emmy Award for Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Dramatic Series (1969), and the show was also nominated for an Emmy for Cinematography (1966). Agnes Moorhead won the 1967 Emmy Award for Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Drama for her role as villainess Emma Valentine in the episode "The Night of the Vicious Valentine", which aired on February 10, 1967 (episode 20 of the second season). During the show's run, Martin suffered a mild heart attack and Charles Aidman briefly filled in for him. The show was ultimately cancelled by CBS for "excessive violence" rather than declining ratings. Two items.
 
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