LONE RANGER TV CAST - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED POSTER CO-SIGNED BY: CLAYTON "THE LONE RANGER" MOORE, JAY "TONTO" SILVERHEELS - HFSID 57419
THE LONE RANGER: CLAYTON MOORE and JAY SILVERHEELS Clayton Moore and Jay Silverheels sign a 24x30 poster montage of color images from their classic TV Western. Poster signed: "Clayton Moore" and "Jay Silverheels". Color, 24x30. Copyrights from The Lone Ranger Television Inc.
Sale Price $1,190.00
THE LONE RANGER: CLAYTON MOORE and JAY SILVERHEELS
Clayton Moore and Jay Silverheels sign a 24x30 poster montage of color images from their classic TV Western.
Poster signed: "Clayton Moore" and "Jay Silverheels". Color, 24x30. Copyrights from The Lone Ranger Television Inc., 1977 and The Nostalgia Merchant Inc. Montage of seven images and two drawings depicting Clayton Moore as The Lone Ranger and Jay Silverheels as his faithful Indian companion, Tonto, as they appeared in the classic 1952-1956 television series. Captioned at lower margin. CLAYTON MOORE (1914-1999) entered show business as a young circus acrobat. He worked his way up the ladder in Hollywood Westerns from extra to stunt man to supporting actor, reaching stardom on television as The Lone Ranger from 1949-1952 and 1954-1957. Thereafter he made a good living from commercials and public appearances as The Lone Ranger. Best known as "Tonto", "the faithful Indian companion" of television's Lone Ranger (1949-1957), JAY SILVERHEELS (1918-1980) had many other film roles, including three performances as Geronimo in Westerns of the 1950s. Dissatisfied with what he considered the stereotyped parts assigned to "Tonto", he founded the Indian Actors Workshop in Hollywood in the late 1960s with the dual goals of creating more acting opportunities for Native Americans and of improving their screen image. In 1979 he became the first American Indian (a full-blooded Mohawk) with a star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame. Slightly soiled at blank margins. Fine condition.
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