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Alan Hale aka the Skipper of Gilligan#39;s Island Autograph Sig
Alan Hale aka the Skipper of Gilligan#39;s Island Autograph Sig


Ranking TOP5 Alan Hale aka the Skipper of Gilligan#39;s Island Autograph Sig Great Discounts Store

Ranking TOP5 Alan Hale aka the Skipper of Gilligan#39;s Island Autograph Sig Great Discounts Store

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or else click the tiny extra photos beneath the Main Photo in the listing. Thanks , and HAPPY SHOPPING...... have FUN !!!You are simply not going to believe this offering. This is truly one of the GEMS of my autograph collection .

I am happy to put forth this beautiful auction for sale.

If you are a fan of CLASSIC TV,
and of the iconic television series, Gilligan#39;s Island ....
this rare auction is the one for you....

Imagine owning a piece of TELEVISION HISTORY for yourself.
Here is the perfect vintage collectible for any fan
of Gilligan#39;s Island.
It is a vintage Hand- Signed hand-written employee form from Twentith Century Fox Film Corporation.
The EMPLOYEE#39;S PERSONNEL STATEMENT is hand written by Alan Hale, and signed by him at the bottom of the statement form.
This personnel form contains Alan Hale#39;s Social Security number ( I have blocked out in the photo provided ), his address ,
occupation ( actor :O) ,
Age at last Birthday ( 35 ) , Date of Birth ( 3-8-21 ) ... Place of Birth ,
Wife#39;e name , In case of Injury notify ( Dr. R M Loveland with his address and phone number )
All of this printed in Alan Hale#39;s own handwriting ..
and the Personnel Statement is Dated Oct. 26, 1956 and has a wonderful signature of Alan Hale at the bottom.
This ULTRA ULTRA RARE Treasure comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.
I am including a free bonus 8.5x11 black and white print of Gilligan and the Skipper.

You will NEVER find another offering like this one , and this truly belongs in the hand of a true Gilligan#39;s Island fan.

This ultra-rare piece of history certainly belongs in the den of a true fan
and would look amazing framed !!!!

This would indeed make a wonderful gift, or look amazing hanging on the wall in your
family room or study for all to admire and enjoy. I am sure you will cherish it for years
to come.

Buy this now and own a TRULY RARE and WONDERFUL piece of Movie Star History.

This item comes with a Certificate of Authenticity to guarantee it#39;s provenance.

Thanks for shopping with me. Sincerely, Harry

Gilligan#39;s Island
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Gilligan#39;s Island
Gilligans Island title card.jpg
Opening title card for the show#39;s first season (1964–65)
Created by Sherwood Schwartz
Starring Bob Denver
Alan Hale, Jr.
Jim Backus
Natalie Schafer
Tina Louise
Russell Johnson
Dawn Wells
Opening theme quot;The Ballad of Gilligan#39;s Islequot;
Country of origin United States
No. of seasons 3
No. of episodes 98 (List of episodes)
Camera setup Single-camera
Running time 25 minutes
Productioncompany(s) Gladysya Productions
United Artists Television
CBS Productions
Distributor United Artists Television
MGM/UA Television
Turner Entertainment Co.
Warner Bros. Television Distribution
Original channel CBS
Picture format Black-and-white (1964–65)
Color (1965–67)
Audio format Monaural
Original run September 26, 1964 – April 17, 1967

Gilligan#39;s Island is an American sitcom created and produced by Sherwood Schwartz via United Artists Television. The show had an ensemble cast that featured Bob Denver, Alan Hale, Jr., Jim Backus, Natalie Schafer,Russell Johnson, Tina Louise, and Dawn Wells. It aired for three seasons on the CBS network from September 26, 1964, to April 17, 1967. Originally sponsored by Philip Morris Co and Procter Gamble, the show followed the comic adventures of seven castaways as they attempted to survive (and in a later movie escape from) the island on which they had been shipwrecked. Most episodes revolve around the dissimilar castaways#39; conflicts and their unsuccessful attempts, for whose failure Gilligan was frequently responsible, to escape their plight.

Gilligan#39;s Island ran for a total of 98 episodes. The first season, consisting of 36 episodes, was filmed in black and white. These episodes were later colorized for syndication. The show#39;s second and third seasons (62 episodes) and the three television movie sequels were filmed in color.

The show enjoyed solid ratings during its original run, then grew in popularity during decades of syndication, especially in the 1970s and 1980s when many markets ran the show in the late afternoon after school. Today, the title character of Gilligan is widely recognized as an American cultural icon.


The two-man crew of the charter boat SS Minnow and five passengers on a quot;three-hour tourquot; from Honolulu run into a tropical storm and are shipwrecked on an uncharted island somewhere in the Pacific Ocean.[a] The island was close enough to Hawaii to clearly pick up Hawaiian AM radio transmissions on a portable receiver. Executive producer Sherwood Schwartz believed in avoiding exposition, so he composed the sea shanty–style theme song, quot;The Ballad of Gilligan#39;s Islequot;, as a capsule summary of the castaways#39; predicament. This was done so that first-time viewers would instantly understand the premise. He took the same approach with the themes to The Brady Bunch and It#39;s About Time.[citation needed]
Main article: List of Gilligan#39;s Island characters

Bob Denver as First Mate Gilligan, the bumbling, accident-prone crewman (affectionately known as quot;Little Buddyquot; by quot;the Skipperquot;) of the SS Minnow. Denver was not the first choice to play Gilligan; actor Jerry Van Dyke was offered the role, but he turned it down, believing that the show would never be successful. He chose instead to play the lead in My Mother the Car, which premiered the following year and was cancelled after one season. The producers looked to Bob Denver, the actor who had played lovablebeatnik Maynard G. Krebs in The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis. None of the show#39;s episodes ever specified Gilligan#39;s full name or clearly indicated whether quot;Gilliganquot; was the character#39;s first name or his last. In the DVD collection, Sherwood Schwartz states that he preferred the full name of quot;Willy Gilliganquot; for the character. Denver, on various television/radio interviews (The Pat Sajak Show; KDKA radio), said that quot;Gil Eganquot; was his choice. The actor reasoned that because everyone yelled at the first mate, it ran together as quot;Gilligan.quot; In the unaired pilot episode, it is unclear whether Lovey Howell refers to Gilligan as quot;Stewartquot; or steward. On Rescue from Gilligan#39;s Island, the writers artfully dodged Gilligan#39;s full name when the other names are announced. Little is revealed about Gilligan#39;s past, except his occasional reference to best friend Skinny Mulligan.
Alan Hale, Jr. as Captain/The Skipper Jonas Grumby, the captain of the S.S. Minnow. Alan Hale Jr. was a longtime actor in B-westerns and the look-alike son of Alan Hale, Sr., a legendary movie character actor. Hale so loved his role that, long after the show went off the air, he would still appear in character in his Los Angeles restaurant, Alan Hale#39;s Lobster Barrel.[1] Although the Skipper was a father figure to Gilligan, Hale was only 14 years older than Denver. Gilligan pushed the Skipper out of the way of a loosedepth charge when they were both serving in the United States Navy. Skipper is a World War II veteran, and served in the Seventh Fleet. In one episode, he describes his participation in the Battle of Guadalcanal. In the episode quot;They#39;re Off and Runningquot; (Season 1 Episode 28) Ginger is reading from a horoscope magazine and asks The Skipper his birthday to which he responds, quot;May 5th.quot; In moments of exasperation, the Skipper would swat Gilligan on the head with his cap. Just as often, the Skipper would endearingly call Gilligan quot;Little Buddy.quot; In addition, Mr. Hale wore his Skipper character when he and 4 other Gilligan#39;s cast appeared on a few celebrity Family Feud shows.
Jim Backus as Thurston Howell III, the millionaire. Backus was already a well known actor when he took the part. The origin of the super rich Howell character dates back to 1949 radio when Backus portrayed quot;Hubert Updike IIIquot; on The Alan Young Show. Also, in the inaugural 1962/63 season (episode 31) of The Beverly Hillbillies Backus basically plays the same character; this time it#39;s the eccentric millionaire Martin von Ransohoff. In the 1963 movie It#39;s a Mad Mad Mad Mad World Backus played Tyler Fitzgerald, a boozy and rich airplane owner who briefly gets caught up in the race for the money. He was perhaps best known as the voice of the cartoon character Mr. Magoo. He reused some of the voice inflections and mannerisms of Magoo in the role. He was well known for his ad-libs on the set. The character Howell was a Harvard graduate, a Republican, and a multi-billionaire until his losses in the Great Depression left him a multi-millionaire.
Natalie Schafer as Eunice Lovelle Wentworth Howell, Thurston#39;s wife, whom he affectionately called quot;Loveyquot;. Schafer had it written into her contract that there were to be no close-ups of her, perhaps because of her age. Schafer was 63 when the pilot was shot, although reportedly no one on the set or in the cast knew her real age and she refused to divulge it. Originally, she only accepted the role because the pilot was filmed on location in Hawaii. She looked at the job as nothing more than a free vacation, as she was convinced that a show this silly would quot;never go.quot;[2]
Tina Louise as Ginger Grant, the movie star. Louise clashed with producer Sherwood Schwartz because she believed that she was hired as the central character. Her character was originally written as a hard nosed, sharp tongued temptress, but Louise argued that this portrayal was too harsh and refused to play it as written. A compromise was reached; Louise agreed to play her as a Marilyn Monroe/Jayne Mansfield type. The evening gowns and hairstyle used were designed to re-create the look of Myrna Loy. Louise continued to clash with producers over her role and was the only cast member who refused to return for any of the post-series TV movies, saying that the role had killed her career as a serious actress. However, she did appear in a reunion of the cast on a late night television talk show in 1988 and on an episode of Roseanne in 1995 when the Roseanne cast re-enacted Gilligan#39;s Island. In the first season, Ginger often wore gowns that looked as if they were tailored from SS Minnow tarpaulins or similar substitute cloth (some had the name of the vessel stenciled on them). In the pilot episode, the character of Ginger (then a secretary) was played by actress Kit Smythe.
Russell Johnson as Professor Roy Hinkley, Ph.D.. John Gabriel was originally cast, but the network thought he looked too young to have all the degrees attributed to the Professor. Actually, quot;the Professorquot; was in fact a high school science teacher, not a university professor. In the first episode, the radio announcer describes him as a research scientist and well known Scoutmaster. Johnson, who served as a bombardier in the Pacific during World War II, stated that he had some difficulty remembering his more technically oriented lines. Johnson#39;s role in the series was spoofed in a Bloom County comic strip for the Professor#39;s technical expertise being unable to get the castaways off the island. This odd contradiction was played up in quot;Weird Alquot; Yankovic#39;s parody song,Isle Thing, when the Professor, who is brilliant enough to quot;make a nuclear reactor from a couple of coconutsquot; cannot quot;build a lousy raftquot;. In his autobiography, Here On Gilligan#39;s Isle, Russell Johnson admitted the Professor indeed for all his smarts could not build a boat, but, despite popular beliefs stated in the aforementioned Bloom County strip or the quot;Weird Alquot; parody song, firmly added the Professor also did not build a nuclear reactor from coconuts nor a satellite dish from clam shells.
Dawn Wells as Mary Ann Summers. Wells was a former Miss Nevada when she auditioned for the role. Her competition included Raquel Welch and Patricia Ann Priest. The pilot episode had a different character (quot;Bunnyquot;) played by actress Nancy McCarthy. After it was shot, the network decided to recast the roles of the Professor and the two young women. Mary Ann became a simple farm girl from Winfield, Kansas. In 1993, Wells published Mary Ann#39;s Gilligan#39;s Island Cookbook with co-writers Ken Beck Jim Clark, including a foreword by Bob Denver. In February 2007, she starred as Lovey Howell in Gilligan#39;s Island: The Musical, a musical stage adaptation of the TV show.
Charles Maxwell was the uncredited voice of the quot;Radio Announcerquot; (1964–65). The castaways would listen to his plot-advancing radio bulletins in many episodes and always with perfect timing to hear the exact news they needed to know. Maxwell would often pause between sentences allowing the characters to react to his news and sometimes even responding to their comments.[3]


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