FRED L. "THE SINGING BUCKAROO" SCOTT - AUTOGRAPHED INSCRIBED PHOTOGRAPH - HFSID 323708
FRED SCOTT Large 14x11 sepia toned photograph of Scott beside his horse White King, signed to a fan Inscribed photograph signed: "To my friend/Clinton Brown/Fred Scott", in black ink, Sepia 14x11.
Sale Price $342.00
Large 14x11 sepia toned photograph of Scott beside his horse White King, signed to a fan
Inscribed photograph signed: "To my friend/Clinton Brown/Fred Scott", in black ink, Sepia 14x11. Former vaudeville entertainer and opera singer Fred Scott (1902-1992), who had appeared in some Mack Sennett comedies of the silent film era, gained popularity as "the Silvery-Voiced Buckaroo" in low-budget Western movies of the 1930s. French industrialist Charles Pathé was a major force in the early film industry, producing both newsreels and feature films. The disruptions of World War I began a long decline for Pathé studios, which were finally absorbed into RKO films in 1932. Corners slightly worn and creased. Edges slightly worn and creased. Stray pencil marks on edges. Slight surface creases. Otherwise, fine condition.
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