VICTOR BUONO - DOCUMENT SIGNED 06/25/1980 - HFSID 269380
VICTOR BUONO. Partly Printed DS: "Victor Buono" as Player, 2p, 8½x11, front and verso. Los Angeles, California, 1980 June 25. Headed: "Actors Television Motion Picture Contract for Daily, Three Day or Weekly Employment".
Sale Price $680.00
VICTOR BUONO. Partly Printed DS: "Victor Buono" as Player, 2p, 8½x11, front and verso. Los Angeles, California, 1980 June 25. Headed: "Actors Television Motion Picture Contract for Daily, Three Day or Weekly Employment". Buono is employed by Aaron Spelling Productions as a special guest star, playing the role of "Diamond Jim" in "Black Cat Killer", an episode of the TV series, Vega$. He was to be paid a daily rate of $5,000 for his performance, which would be filmed on July 3, 1980. Also signed by a representative of Aaron Spelling Productions. This contract was for Buono's first appearance as "Diamond Jim" in an episode that aired on November 11, 1980. He would later reprise the role in December 1980 and in two episodes in April 1981. In the month that he appeared on Vega$, Buono also guest starred on an episode of Fantasy Island. That year, he was also seen in three made-for-TV movies (More Wild, Wild West, Murder Can Hurt You and Katmandu) and in two feature films, The Man With Bogart's Face and Target...Earth? Actor Victor Buono (1938-1982), born Charles Victor Buono, began his career on the stage before becoming a frequent guest star in TV series and a character actor in feature films. In 1962, two years after making an uncredited debut in The Story of Ruth, Buono was nominated for both an Academy Award and Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actor for What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? His other film credits include Robin and the 7 Hoods (1964), Hush...Hush, Sweet Charlotte (1964), Young Dillinger (1965), The Silencers (1966) and The Flight of Dragons (1982, his last film). Buono is best known to TV audiences as the villainous King Tut on Batman and Count Manzeppi on Wild, Wild West, although he appeared in several made-for-TV movies, miniseries, series (including The Man from Atlantis, 1977-1978) and made guest appearances on a long list of TV shows. Lightly creased, minor creases at signatures. 2 file holes at upper margins, pencil marks (unknown hand) at lower right margin of front page. Fine condition.
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