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VIC MORROW - DOCUMENT SIGNED 12/28/1970 - HFSID 46485

VIC MORROW A document for the Directors Guild of America, stating that Morrow works exclusively as an actor Document signed: "Vic Morrow", 1p, 8½x11. Los Angeles, California, 1970 December 28. Annual filing for the Directors Guild of America.

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VIC MORROW
A document for the Directors Guild of America, stating that Morrow works exclusively as an actor
Document signed: "Vic Morrow", 1p, 8½x11. Los Angeles, California, 1970 December 28. Annual filing for the Directors Guild of America. Morrow attests that he is working exclusively as an actor, and lists his director's income for 1970 and estimated income for 1971 each as "none". Initialed (unknown hands) in two places. Receipt stamp. Vic Morrow (1932-1982) is a film and television actor, most notable for dying on set during the production of Twilight Zone: The Movie. Originally studying law using the G.I. Bill after leaving the Navy, Morrow took an interest in acting after participating in a school play. He made his professional acting debut at the age of 22 in this film, The Blackboard Jungle, in which he played a muttering juvenile delinquent. The roles he took often saw him type casted as a heavy, but after refining his skills, he continued to pursue his career. Morrow, who starred in a number of feature films, was later seen as Sgt. Chip Saunders on Combat, which was telecast on ABC from 1962-1967, and was the longest-running of the several World War II dramas of the 1960s. Ironically, it was during the filming of a Vietnam War sequence in Twilight Zone: The Movie that Morrow passed away following a stage accident. Minor nick at lower edge. Otherwise, fine condition.

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