MARK SLADE - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH - HFSID 208876
MARK SLADE The High Chaparral actor signs 3½x4½ photograph of him in character in blue ink Photograph signed: "Mark Slade/ All/ the/ best" in blue ink. Color, 3½x4½. American actor, artist and author Mark Slade (b.
Sale Price $126.00
The High Chaparral actor signs 3½x4½ photograph of him in character in blue ink
Photograph signed: "Mark Slade/ All/ the/ best" in blue ink. Color, 3½x4½. American actor, artist and author Mark Slade (b. 1939) is best known for his starring role as Billy Blue Cannon in the western television series The High Chaparral (1967-1970). Slade began his career on Broadway in the play The Was a Little Girl (1960) alongside Jane Fonda, and soon earned a role in the film Splendor in the Grass (1961), and after which he moved to Los Angeles and starred as Seaman Jimmy "Red" Smith in Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea (1961) as well as the following television series of the same name. Slade had many more film and television appearances until he was cast in his most memorable role on The High Chaparral; he continued to work until the early 1990s, and by the time of his acting retirement he had appeared in over three-hundred stage, screen, and television productions. Slade also works as an artist of political cartons, caricatures and comic strips which have appeared in newspapers and magazines all over the world; furthermore he has worked as a screenwriter and wrote the novel "Going Down Maine" (2012). Irregularly cut. Frayed on edges. Light surface creases. Otherwise, fine condition.
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