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OLIVER DRAKE - AUTOGRAPHED INSCRIBED PHOTOGRAPH 1984 CO-SIGNED BY: MYRON D. HEALEY, TERRY FROST - HFSID 323753

OLIVER DRAKE, TERRY FROST, MYRON HEALEY Candid 5x3½ photograph of the three Western actors at an award show, signed by Drake in 1984, Myron Healey in 1988, and undated by Frost Inscribed photograph signed:

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OLIVER DRAKE, TERRY FROST, MYRON HEALEY
Candid 5x3½ photograph of the three Western actors at an award show, signed by Drake in 1984, Myron Healey in 1988, and undated by Frost
Inscribed photograph signed: "Keep Smilin'/Clint - Bless You/And Yours,/Myron Healey/88", "To Clint - Oliver Drake/ -84", "My Friend/Clint/Terry Frost", Color 5x3½. TERRY FROST (1906-1993) played supporting roles, usually as a villain or henchman, in dozens of B- Western films of the 1940s and 1950s. He made guest appearances on virtually every TV Western through the mid-1960s, from Range Rider (1951) to Gunsmoke (1966). He later ran a Los Angeles coffee shop and became a popular attraction at B-western conventions. OLIVER DRAKE (1903-1991), wrote, directed and produced a long list of Westerns in the 1930s and 1940s. He also acted in one film, Red Blood and Blue (1925) and composed songs for a number of films. Drake's songs include "Moon Over Montana", "Sweetheart of the Rio Grande", "Stardust Trail", "rose of the Prairie" and "Guns and Guitars". In the 1950s and 1960s, Drake directed TV's Sky King (1951-1962) and Colt .45 (1957-1960) as well as feature films. Actor MYRON HEALEY (1923-2005) appeared in mostly minor roles throughout his acting career, including a large number of appearances in Westerns. He debuted in Salute to the Marines in an uncredited role, and would appear mostly as such for many of his roles. Although he was never a major character, Healey did appear multiple times on several television series, including The Range Rider (1952), The Adventures of Kit Carson (1952), Annie Oakley (1954), and The Lone Ranger (1950). Fine condition.

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