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    Buddy Ebsen's Signed and Annotated Matt Houston Scripts for Episodes #48-51, 53, 56, and 57. Set of seven scripts from the early '80s detective series, each inscribed "My personal script Buddy Ebsen" by the actor in black felt tip, and many with his handwritten notations. Ebsen joined the series during its third and final season, appearing as the title character's uncle "Roy" in all but one episode of the season. Scripts include "Wanted Man Part II" (the season premiere that marked Buddy's debut on the series), "Vanished," "Eyewitness," "Apostle of Death," "Return to Nam," "Death Stalk," and "Blood Money," all in Very Fine to Excellent condition. Accompanied by a COA from PSA/DNA. From the Buddy Ebsen Estate.

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    April, 2008
    5th Saturday
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