WALTER BRENNAN - DOCUMENT SIGNED 12/06/1971 - HFSID 217071
WALTER BRENNAN. Partly Printed Contract signed: "Walter Brennan" as Player, 3p, 8½x11, front and verso. No place, 1971 December 6. Headed: "Actors Television Motion Picture Contract for Daily, Three-Day or Weekly Employment".
Sale Price $467.50
WALTER BRENNAN. Partly Printed Contract signed: "Walter Brennan" as Player, 3p, 8½x11, front and verso. No place, 1971 December 6. Headed: "Actors Television Motion Picture Contract for Daily, Three-Day or Weekly Employment". Brennan is hired to play Cody Guilford in the ABC production, Two for the Money, at a salary of $15,000. His employment was to begin on December 14, 1971. Also signed by a representative of American Broadcasting Company and initialed in unknown hand. Two for the Money, a made-for-TV murder mystery that also starred Robert Hooks and Stephen Brooks, aired in 1972. That year, Brennan also appeared in another TV movie, Home for the Holidays, and he guest starred in two episodes of the TV series, Alias Smith and Jones. In 1936, Walter Brennan (1894-1974) won the first of his three Best Supporting Actor Academy Awards for his role as Swan Bostrom in Come and Get It, set in the Wisconsin woodlands. In 1938, he won the Oscar for his role as septuagenarian horse breeder Peter Goodwin in Kentucky, and Brennan won again in 1940 for The Westerner, playing legendary Judge Roy Bean. From 1957-1963, he was Grandpa Amos McCoy in TV's The Real McCoys. Brennan also portrayed a former cavalry scout raising his grandson in The Guns of Will Sonnett on ABC from 1967-1969. Lightly creased with folds, not at signatures. Staple holes at upper left blank corners, two file holes at upper blank margin. Pencil check mark at upper right corner and question mark at lower left corner of first page, several lines of print crossed out on verso of first page. Overall, fine condition.
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