DAKOTA LIL MOVIE CAST - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: MARIE WINDSOR, GEORGE MONTGOMERY - HFSID 191619
DAKOTA LIL MOVIE CAST: GEORGE MONTGOMERY and MARIE WINDSOR Black and white publicity photograph of the two stars from their movie Dakota Lil Photograph signed:
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DAKOTA LIL MOVIE CAST: GEORGE MONTGOMERY and MARIE WINDSOR Black and white publicity photograph of the two stars from their movie Dakota Lil Photograph signed: "Best of luck/ George/ Montgomery" and "Marie Windsor", both in black felt tip, b/w, 10x8. Still from the 1950 Western, Dakota Lil, in which Windsor starred in the title role and Montgomery co-starred as Secret Service Agent Tom Horn. The film also starred Rod Cameron as Harve Logan, the leader of a counterfeiting gang. In 1950, Montgomery also starred in Davy Crockett, Indian Scout and The Iroquois Trail, while Windsor was seen on the big screen in Double Deal, Frenchie and The Showdown. GEORGE MONTGOMERY (1916-2000), an action hero of mostly war and Western films of the 1940s and 1950s, also directed several films in the 1960s. A former heavyweight boxer and stunt man before becoming a leading man, Montgomery was married for nineteen years to singer/TV personality Dinah Shore, appearing often on her show after their amicable divorce. His Oscar nomination for Best Art Direction (Ladies in Retirement, 1941) foreshadowed his second successful career as a furniture designer. Montgomery, who also designed and built 11 homes, was also a self-taught artist. Although MARIE WINDSOR (1919-2000), born Emily Marie Bertelsen, said her favorite films were Hellfire (1949), The Narrow Margin (1952) and The Killing (1956), the actress and expert horsewoman is best known for her roles in "B" Westerns in the 1940s. Her long list of feature films includes Song of the Thin Man (1947, her first featured role), The Fighting Kentuckian (1949), The Eddie Cantor Story (1953), Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy (1955), Cahill U.S. Marshall (1973), and Freaky Friday (1976). Windsor also appeared in a long list of TV series from 1952 (The Unexpected) to 1991 (Murder, She Wrote), making repeat guest-starring visits to such shows as Hawaiian Eye, Perry Mason, Adam-12, and Simon & Simon. Windsor, who served as a Director of the Screen Actors Guild for 25 years, died the day before her 81st birthday. Minor surface creases (not evident head on). Otherwise, fine condition.
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