MADRON MOVIE CAST - RECORD ALBUM COVER SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: LESLIE CARON, RICHARD BOONE - HFSID 291933
MADRON MOVE CAST: RICHARD BOONE and LESLIE CARON Both have signed the score cover from this 1970 film, which shows them crossing the desert on horseback, Caron with a parasol Record Album Cover signed: "Richard/ Boone", "Leslie/ Caron". Color, 12x12.
Sale Price $467.50
MADRON MOVE CAST: RICHARD BOONE and LESLIE CARON Both have signed the score cover from this 1970 film, which shows them crossing the desert on horseback, Caron with a parasol Record Album Cover signed: "Richard/ Boone", "Leslie/ Caron". Color, 12x12. Record Included. Signed on front cover. RICHARD BOONE (1917-1981) starred in many roles throughout his career but is best known as Paladin from Have Gun - Will Travel (1957-1963). The show ran for an incredible 225 episodes. He also appeared in some of the biggest Western films of all time, including Big Jake (1971) and The Shootist (1976). After he proved his popularity after Medic (1954-1956) and Have Gun - Will Travel, he earned the opportunity to star in his own anthology series titled The Richard Boone Show (1963-1964). Towards the end of his career, he made one of his more unique contributions to a production: he voiced Smaug the dragon in The Hobbit (1977), an adaptation of the J.R.R. Tolkien novel. Training from childhood at the Paris Conservatoire, LESLIE CARON (born in 1931) was 16 when she was selected to dance with the Ballet de Champs Elyssés (1947). Her dancing and singing skills were showcased to the utmost in musicals including An American in Paris (1951), Lili (1953), The Glass Slipper (1954), Daddy Long Legs (1955), Gaby (1956) and Gigi (1958). She was nominated for Best Actress Academy Awards for Lili and for The L-Shaped Room (1962). In Madron (1970), Caron plays a nun, the only survivor of an Indian massacre, taken in by a cantankerous old gunfighter (Boone). Lightly worn. Otherwise, fine condition.
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