This is an ORIGINAL 11" x 15" Uncut 20 page PRESSBOOK. It has a 3" slit in the spine, folded in the middle and edge wear.

It is from the WALT DISNEY STUDIOS. It has great photos, biographies, synopsis ad slicks for newspapers and promotional tie-ins including Stefanie Powers modeling Sarah Coventry jewelry, to promote the 1970 Walt Disney Productions Family Comedy,

The Boatniks

Young and awkward, The Coast-Guard's ensign Thomas Garland suffers from the comparison with his late father, a war hero. Which does not prevent him from falling for pretty Kate Fairchild, a young woman who runs a sailing school. Of course the way he expresses his deep sympathy for the lady leaves to be desired. And the situation does not improve when a trio of bumbling jewel thieves interferes.

Director: Norman Tokar

Writers: Arthur Julian (screen story and screenplay), Martin Roth (story)

Stars: Robert Morse, Stefanie Powers, Phil Silvers


Robert Morse ... Ensign Garland
Stefanie Powers ... Kate
Phil Silvers ... Harry Simmons
Norman Fell ... Max
Mickey Shaughnessy ... Charlie
Wally Cox ... Jason
Don Ameche ... Commander Taylor
Joey Forman ... Lt. Jordan
Vito Scotti ... Pepe Galindo
Tom Lowell ... Wagner
Bob Hastings ... Chief Walsh
Sammy Jackson ... Garlotti
Joe E. Ross ... Nutty Sailor
Judy Jordan ... Tina
Al Lewis ... Bert

Pressbook is in good shape for its age with slight edge wear. Amaing it was saved uncut! Great for fans of this classic film!

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MORE INFO ON STEFANIE POWERS: Stefanie Powers, a graduate of Hollywood High, is a veteran of over 200 television appearances as well as the star of ABC's 80s hit, _"Hart to Hart" (1979)_ . At the early age of 15, Stefanie was signed to a movie deal with Columbia Pictures and labeled as one of the brightest up and coming stars in America. After a relativiely short stint in films, Stefanie took a break from Hollywood for almost five years. When she returned, she focused her acting talents on television with over 100 guest appearances in a few years. In addition to her international fame as Jennifer Hart, Stefanie was also the star of such TV series as, "The Girl from U.N.C.L.E." (1966), "The Feather and Father Gang" (1977) and "Maggie". Her marriage to actor Gary Lockwood (of 2001 fame) in 1966 ended in 1972. In 1974, Stefanie formed a friendship with actor William Holden. Through many similarities and interests, their relationship blossomed into one of romance that would last until the sudden death of Holden in 1981. Stefanie is also President of the William Holden Wildlife Foundation, Director of the Mount Kenya Game Ranch, and international speaker on wildlife preservation, spokesperson for AVID Microchip Technology, and works with both the Cincinnati Zoo and Zoo Atlanta. Stefanie just finished in the off-Broadway play, "Applause!" and had recently been signed to be hostess of the new cable channel, Romance Classics. November 1999: Currently, Stefanie is still heavily involved with her true passion, the William Holdern Wildlife Foundation, as well as many other philanthropic causes. She is also lending her support to many internet projects, including Expedia's Mungo Park, A Doctor in Your House, and Interactive Travel. She has also worked on a series of PBS shows teaching women about finance called "Funding Your Dreams". Her latest movie project, "Someone is Watching" is in limited television release in Europe and the United States. Attended Hollywood High School with Linda Evans. She was replaced by Natalie Wood in West Side Story (1961) because she was too young (15). She met Robert Wagner on the set of West Side Story (1961). In same ballet class as a youngster with Natalie Wood and Jill St. John, the three women all had long term relationships with Robert Wagner. Birthday and deaths of companion William Holden and good friend Natalie Wood occurred within days of each other in November '81

MORE INFO ON PHIL SILVERS: Phil Silvers was born on May 11, 1911 in New York City, New York, USA as Philip Silver. He was an actor, known for The Phil Silvers Show (1955), A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (1966) and It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963). He was married to Evelyn Patrick and Jo-Carroll Dennison. He died on November 1, 1985 in Century City, California, USA.

MORE INFO ON ROBERT MORSE: With that impish, gap-toothed grin, nervous bundle of energy, Robert Morse could never be contained long enough to become a film star. The live stage would be his calling. He made his debut with the musical, "On the Town", in 1949, and trained with Lee Strasberg, before making his inauspicious film debut in The Proud and Profane (1956), but movie offers were few. Instead, he brightened up the lights of Broadway as "Barnaby Tucker" in "The Matchmaker" (and in the film version of The Matchmaker (1958)), in "Say, Darling" (Tony nomination in 1958), "Take Me Along" (Tony nomination in 1959) and his best-known role as the ever-ambitious "J. Pierpont Finch" in "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying", in which he finally won the Tony, in 1961, while singing his signature song, "I Believe in You", to himself in the mirror. He took that role to film, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (1967), six years later.

His best movie roles also came in the 60s, as a Britisher arranging his uncle's funeral in the cult favorite, The Loved One (1965), and as Walter Matthau's philandering buddy/advisor in A Guide for the Married Man (1967). His offbeat musical talents were used for the intriguing experimental James Thurber-like TV series, That's Life (1968), with E.J. Peaker, which combined sketches, monologues and musical interludes, but the show lasted only one season. Overall, Bobby's work has never been less than interesting with no gray areas in his performances -- ranging from bizarre to irritating, from frenzied to fascinating. After earning acclaim and another Tony-nomination as the cross-dressing musician on the lam in "Sugar", a Broadway musical version of Some Like It Hot (1959), Morse appeared less and less -- his eccentricities proving both difficult to cast and to deal with. Following an unfulfilling stint on the daytime soap, All My Children (1970), he came back in grand style in the one-man tour de farce, American Playhouse: Tru (1992), based on the life of the equally-eccentric Truman Capote - a perfect fit, if ever there was one, between actor and role. With this role, Bobby became one of the choice few to ever win Tony awards for both a musical and dramatic part. He continues to be seen in odd roles from time to time, such as "Grandpa" in the revamped TV movie, Here Come the Munsters (1995). Married twice, his daughters are actresses Andrea Doven, Hilary Morse and Robin Morse.

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