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Photograph article dated January 23, 1963 partially reads, "Mr. Bo Belinsky, the Los Angeles' controversial southpaw pitcher, will shortly be unveiled in three different television series, completed but as yet unreleased. They are (a) 77 Sunset Strip (b) The Lloyd Bridges Show (c) The Dakotas. During a luncheon interview at the King's Arms I wanted to know what kind of roles he played? 'Well, in Sunset Strip, you should pardon the word, I play myself. On the Lloyd Bridges Show I play a baseball player.' 'Aren't you afraid of being type-cast?' I probed delicately. 'Naw. They won't see me long enough on the screen for that,' said Mr. Belinsky modestly, adding, 'and besides I do a deputy sheriff on The Dakotas.'" Photograph caption reads, "Here's how you do it! Bo interviewed by Allen Rich."
1 photographic print :b&w ;26 x 21 cm. Photographic prints