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    Star Trek and Other Productions Assorted Actor-Signed Contracts. A wildly diversified collection of 56 signed contracts related to Star Trek, including Walter Koenig (for a March, 1963 episode of General Hospital), Meg Wyllie (who appearaed as the first ever Star Trek villain, the Talosian Keeper, in the pilot The Cage), Don "Heardfist" Pulford (William Shatner's stunt double), John Erman (director of the episode "The Empath"), Julie Parrish (Miss Piper in "The Menagerie"), Mary Statler (Joan Collins' stunt double in "The City on the Edge of Forever"), Michael Pataki (Korax in "The Trouble with Tribbles"), and many more. Also included are signed contracts for soap opera players such as Judith Chapman (As the World Turns, General Hospital, The Young and the Restless). Signed forms do not necessarily relate to the shows mentioned above. All are in Excellent condition. Personal information has been redacted. From the Collection of The Texas Chain Saw Massacre's Ed "Hitchhiker" Neal.

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    6th-7th Friday-Saturday
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