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Country of Manufacture: United States Original/Reproduction: Reproduction

Welcome to Words & Music 415!  We are an Ebay site devoted to the sale of unique collectibles including music & entertainment memorabilia, antiquarian & rare books, modern first editions, fine art & photography, autographs & handwritten lyrics, vintage toys & electronics, sports-related items, and many other intriguing and magical memories!  All items are guaranteed to be genuine.  Any item may be returned for any reason as long as it is returned in the same condition that it was sent. As reflected by our Ebay badges, we take immense pride in our customers enjoying an excellent buying experience. We accept Pay Pal for all purchases. Wherever possible, we offer free shipping. For nearly every item we offer next-business-day shipping and upload your Delivery Confirmation tracking number to you on all domestic U.S. transactions, as well as a 14-day return policy. For all orders, we offer combined shipping, and quite often will reduce or remove the stated shipping costs when you purchase several items. For most international sales, we use USPS International First Class with no tracking, however Priority Mail will be considered on specific items at a substantial cost to the buyer who contacts us in advance before purchasing. California sales tax (7.25%) will be applied to residents of California. We like to remind our customers that shipping not only includes the actual postage fee, but also the packaging, labeling, and the time spent to and from the post office and/or UPS Store. For repeat customers and to our store subscribers, we offer ongoing Preferred Buyer Discounts. Please send us a message to find out more! Finally, we give buyers positive feedback on all smooth transactions and truly appreciate yours as well! Thank you for shopping at W & M 415!  

For the WILLIAM WINDOM COLLECTION PHOTOGRAPHY, U.S. shipping will be $4.00. International shipping will be $15.00. We protect your photo (s) in clear top loader sleeves and ship 1st Class in an industry standard rigid sealable mailer. Please email in advance with any concerns or questions.

We are extremely honored to have recently acquired this exclusive RARE and one-of-a-kind Special Collection directly from the estate of William Windom, the acclaimed Emmy-winning American screen and stage actor and decorated WWII veteran (1923-2012). In keeping with Mr. Windom’s artistic and military legacy, we offer these unique items to those who deeply appreciate his life and works, including his landmark and unforgettable roles in The Twilight Zone, Star Trek, To Kill a Mockingbird, Night Gallery, My World and Welcome To It, The Farmer’s Daughter, Murder, She Wrote, Thurber and hundreds more. We are quite certain that those with a love of classic television, film and theater will appreciate these meaningful and occasionally irreverent tangible artifacts that provide glimpses into those art forms as well as WWII military history; indeed, we believe a collection of this kind is unparalleled, either online or in educational libraries and public museums.

Each item comes with a Letter of Authenticity from his wife, Patricia Windom.

For some listings, we include the production’s poster as reference (not as an item for sale).

We cite Mr. Windom’s (edited) Wikipedia entry below followed by a link to his IMDB listing (where you can see his hundreds of acting roles).

WILLIAM WINDOM COLLECTION STAR TREK THE DOOMSDAY MACHINE COMMODORE DECKER SIGNED “CHEERS” PHOTO 1. One-of-a-kind REPRINT series (c.2000) particular and singular to this collection, in FINE CONDITION, SIGNED BOLDLY in black by Mr. Windom, adding to it a whimsical “Cheers!” Here we have Mr. Windom in a relatively calm moment, portraying the memorable and highly agitated Commodore Decker from Star Trek (1967) The Doomsday Machine Season Two Episode Six (IMDB link below). A HUGO AWARD NOMINATED EPISODE which was highly acclaimed, Mr. Windom played majestically against William Shatner’s brash Captain James Kirk, with their confrontations filled with fireworks, eventually leading to the denouement: Decker’s heroic sacrifice into the maw of the robotic killing machine (we used to call “The Log”) as he saves the crew of the Enterprise. Though Mr. Windom had over 200 television roles, none was perhaps as tragically Shakespearean-like as his portrayal of Decker. We have several of these photographs for sale individually and in lots of 10, all in the same fine condition. Measures 8 x 10, glossy, with borders. Windom (September 28, 1923 – August 16, 2012) was an American actor. He was perhaps best known for his work on television, including two episodes of The Twilight Zone. He portrayed Glen Morley, a fictional congressman from Minnesota, a role based on Windom's own Republican great-grandfather and namesake, in the ABC sitcom, The Farmer's Daughter, with Inger Stevens as his beautiful young housekeeper. Windom also achieved fame as the character of John Monroe on the sitcom My World and Welcome to It, for which he won an Emmy Award for Best Actor in a Comedy Series; as Commodore Matt Decker, commander of the doomed U.S.S. Constellation in the Star Trek episode "The Doomsday Machine"; the character Randy Lane in the Emmy-nominated Night Gallery episode "They're Tearing Down Tim Riley's Bar"; perhaps the most common recurring character, Dr. Seth Hazlitt, on the Emmy-winning CBS series Murder, She Wrote, and for voicing Puppetino in Pinocchio and the Emperor of the Night. Windom was born on September 28, 1923, in New York City. He was the son of Isobel Wells (née Peckham) and Paul Windom, an architect.[1][2] He was the great-grandson of the United States Secretary of the Treasury of the same name. He served in the United States Army in the European Theater of Operations in World War II, as a paratrooper with Company B, 1st Battalion 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division.[3] Windom's first motion picture role was as Mr. Gilmer, the prosecutor of Tom Robinson in the 1962 Academy Award-winning To Kill a Mockingbird. In 1968, he starred with Frank Sinatra in The Detective, having played a homophobic killer. The role received great reviews from The New York Times. From September 1963 to April 1966, he co-starred in the television version of the previous film, The Farmer's Daughter, a series about a young Minnesota woman who becomes the housekeeper for a widowed congressman. In the 1969–1970 NBC series My World and Welcome to It, Windom played the James Thurberesque lead and received an Emmy Award for Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Comedy Series. After the cancellation of the series, Windom toured the country for a time in a one-man Thurber show. He was a regular for a decade on the series Murder, She Wrote with Angela Lansbury as a mystery writer. His initial appearance in the role was in October 1985. (He had previously appeared as a guest star playing another character in April 1985.) The producers enjoyed his work, and consequently invited him to return at the beginning of the second season to take on the role permanently. He briefly left the show to work on another series in 1990, but the show was short-lived and he returned to Murder, She Wrote as a semi-regular for the remainder of the run of that series.To fans of science fiction television, Windom was best known as the tortured Commodore Matt Decker in the Star Trek episode "The Doomsday Machine", a role he reprised nearly 40 years later for Star Trek New Voyages.









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