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Photograph signed: "Best Wishes/Rufe Davis". B/w, 8x10. Rufe Davis (1908-1974) is perhaps best known to television viewers as railroad engineer Floyd Smoot on the TV series Petticoat Junction (1963-1968, 1970) and Green Acres (1965-1967). Moviegoers will remember him as Lullaby Joslin in the Three Musquiteers Westerns he did for Republic Pictures. Davis also appeared on TV's The Lone Ranger and in numerous feature films, including Some Like It Hot (1939) and Angel in My Pocket (1969) in addition to his Westerns. Davis had a talent for making funny noises, and used it in many of his films. Lightly toned and waffled at edges. Otherwise, fine condition.

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Born: December 2, 1908 in Vinson, Oklahoma
Died: December 13, 1974 in Torrance, California

Film Credits
1969 Angel in My Pocket (Performer), 1968 The Woody Woodbury Show (in person), 1966-1967 Green Acres (Other), 1965-1970 Petticoat Junction (Sound), 1965-1967 Green Acres (Performer), 1963-1970 Petticoat Junction (Performer), 1960 Ozark Jubilee (in person), 1955 The Ed Sullivan Show (in person), 1951 Joe Palooka in Triple Cross (Performer), 1951 All Star Revue (in person), 1949 The Lone Ranger (Performer), 1949 Make Mine Laughs (Performer), 1948 The Strawberry Roan (Performer), 1945 Radio Stars on Parade (Performer), 1945 George White's Scandals (Performer), 1944 Jamboree (Performer), 1942 Westward Ho (Performer), 1942 The Phantom Plainsmen (Performer), 1942 Raiders of the Range (Performer), 1942 Code of the Outlaw (Performer), 1941 West of the Rockies (Performer), 1941 West of Cimarron (Performer), 1941 Saddlemates (Performer), 1941 Prairie Pioneers (Performer), 1941 Pals of the Pecos (Performer), 1941 Outlaws of Cherokee Trail (Performer), 1941 Gauchos of El Dorado (Performer), 1941 Gangs of Sonora (Performer), 1940 Under Texas Skies (Performer), 1940 The Trail Blazers (Performer), 1940 Lone Star Raiders (Performer), 1940 Barnyard Follies (Performer), 1939 Some Like It Hot (Performer), 1939 Ambush (Performer), 1938 The Big Broadcast of 1938 (Performer), 1938 Dr. Rhythm (Performer), 1938 Cocoanut Grove (Performer), 1937 Toot Sweet (Performer), 1937 This Way Please (Performer), 1937 Sound Defects (Performer), 1937 Mountain Music (Performer), 1937 Blossoms on Broadway (Performer), 1936 The City's Slickers (Performer)

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