-30- MOVIE CAST - PRINTED PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED IN INK CO-SIGNED BY: JACK WEBB, WILLIAM CONRAD - HFSID 287702
30 MOVIE CAST: JACK WEBB and WILLIAM CONRAD Signed captioned movie still from the 1959 newspaper drama Printed Photograph signed in Ink: "With Best/ Wishes/ Jack Webb", "William/Conrad". B/w, 10x8. Movie still from 30 (1959), captioned at lower margin.
Sale Price $660.00
30 MOVIE CAST: JACK WEBB and WILLIAM CONRAD Signed captioned movie still from the 1959 newspaper drama Printed Photograph signed in Ink: "With Best/ Wishes/ Jack Webb", "William/Conrad". B/w, 10x8. Movie still from 30 (1959), captioned at lower margin. JACK WEBB (1920-1982) is best remembered as Sergeant Joe Friday on the police series Dragnet, on radio from 1949 and then TV (1951-1959), with a second series in color (1967-1970). Webb sought to portray police work in a realistic, but also positive way. When he died, the LAPD flew flags at half mast in his honor. Webb created his own production company, Mark VII, with shows like Adam-12 and Emergency that offered a similar approach. Webb appeared in several feature films, including Sunset Boulevard (1950), Pete Kelly's Blues (reflecting Webb's passion for jazz, 1955), The D.I. (1957) and 30, as shown here. Actor WILLIAM CONRAD (1920-1994) appeared in films from 1946, originally as a bad guy. He is perhaps best known for starring in the title role as TV's Detective Cannon (1971-1976). Conrad's fine voice made him a particularly good fit for radio roles and for TV narrations; he played Matt Dillon in the radio version of Gunsmoke (1952-1961) and narrated such diverse series as The Fugitive (1963-1967) and Rocky and Bullwinkle (1961-1973). He also narrated The Fugitive (1963-1967) and Wild, Wild World of Animals. The movie 30 featured Webb and Conrad as newspapermen on a very busy day. Pencil markings (unknown hand) on verso (minor show-through). Edges lightly worn. Slightly toned. Otherwise, fine condition.
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