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GARY BURGHOFF - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH - HFSID 271459

GARY BURGHOFF He signs an 8x10 color photo of himself as Radar O'Reilly. Photograph signed: "Gary Burghoff". Color, 8x10. Pictured in his best known role as Corporal Walter ("Radar") O'Reilly, which he originated in the 1970 film and reprised on the television series, M*A*S*H, which ran from 1972-1983.

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Condition: slightly creased
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GARY BURGHOFF
He signs an 8x10 color photo of himself as Radar O'Reilly.
Photograph signed: "Gary Burghoff". Color, 8x10. Pictured in his best known role as Corporal Walter ("Radar") O'Reilly, which he originated in the 1970 film and reprised on the television series, M*A*S*H, which ran from 1972-1983. Actor Gary Burghoff (born in 1943), left the show in 1979, but he has appeared in several other feature films and has guest starred on a long list of TV series, including two 1984 episodes of After MASH, a short-lived sequel to the original series. Burghoff was also a regular on The Don Knotts Show (1970-1971). Slightly creased at right edge. Fine condition.

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