FRED L. "THE SINGING BUCKAROO" SCOTT - TYPED LETTER MULTI-SIGNED 11/09/1978 - HFSID 304437
Sale Price $162.00
The actor types and signs a letter to a fan, also signing a printed image of himself on verso
Typed Letter Multi-Signed: "Fred Scott" and on verso: "To Beth Rubin, best regards/Fred Scott", No place, 1978, November 9. To: "Dear Beth Rubin:", in full: "I am sorry I have run out of my regular pictures. I am having more made. But in meantime I hope you will accept the rather bad one on the back of this letter until more come. I am also sending a card with my horse. I am retired now and live in Palm Springs, CA where I am well and happy. We are surrounded by our mountains on one side and beautiful plains on the other. What more can an old cowboy ask. Thank you for writing. Wishing you the best of everything, I remain, your friend,". 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. His highest rated films at All-Movie guide were The Roaming Cowboy, The Rangers' Roundup and Knight of the Plains, all from the late 1930s. Normal mailing folds. Tear at right edge (not affecting signatures). Minor notches at edges. Pencil marks on verso. Corners and edges creased and worn. Otherwise, fine condition.
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