Rather scarce vintage 8x10-inch black and white glossy bust portrait, boldly signed and inscribed in black ballpoint pen to inveterate collector Henry Rintoul in the 1970s. In good condition, with just a touch of curling to the left edge. Prior to his death of a heart attack at the age of 59, the distinguished character actor of the stage and screen was typically cast as grave, tragic, despairing authority figures, as on T.V.'s "Foreign Intrigue" (1951), and in films like Give Us Barabbas! (1961), An Enemy of the People (1966) and The Five Man Army (1969). He is remembered by horror, sci-fi and fantasy buffs for his portrayals of a salesman driven to the brink of madness in a classic episode of "The Twilight Zone" entitled "A Stop at Willoughby" (1959); Flint, the solitary near-immortal, on the "Requiem for Methusaleh" episode of "Star Trek" (1966); and Honorious in Planet of the Apes (1968).