ONCE AN EAGLE MOVIE CAST - BOOK PAGE SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: JOHN SAXON, FORREST TUCKER, WILLIAM WINDOM - HFSID 298990
ONCE AN EAGLE CAST: FORREST TUCKER, JOHN SAXON and WILLIAM WINDOM Their signatures in red ink on a book page with plot summary and cast list for the TV mini-series Once an Eagle, in which all three appeared.
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ONCE AN EAGLE CAST: FORREST TUCKER, JOHN SAXON and WILLIAM WINDOM
Their signatures in red ink on a book page with plot summary and cast list for the TV mini-series Once an Eagle, in which all three appeared.
Book Page signed: "John/Saxon", "Wm Windom", "Forrest/Tucker", 3¼x5¾, affixed to a 4x6 card (2 surfaces). Cast list and plot summary for Once an Eagle (1976), a TV min-series based on Anton Myer's 1968 novel of the same name. Once an Eagle, which follows a group of American soldiers from World War I to World War II, is one of only two novels (the other being Michael Shaara's The Killer Angels) on the US Army's reading list for Officer Professional Development. JOHN SAXON, born Carmene Orrico in 1935, noted for his resemblance to actor Marlon Brando, appeared in a number of feature films, beginning in 1956. He has recently been seen on the big screen in Outta Time (2002), The Road Home (2003) and Genghis Khan (2004). His other film credits include The Electric Horseman (1979) and Beverly Hills Cop III (1994). Saxon found fans on the small screen as well, appearing in made-for-TV movies, several miniseries, including Once an Eagle, and he was a regular in such series as The Bold Ones (1969-1972), Falcon Crest (1981-1982, 1986-1988), Dynasty (1982-1984) and Another World (1985-1986). He remains active as of 2012, with two films in post-production. WILLIAM WINDOM (1923-2012), the great-grandson and namesake of the Secretary of the Treasury in the cabinets of Garfield and B. Harrision, appeared in 18 Broadway plays before his film debut as the prosecutor in To Kill a Mockingbird (1962). He did some of the voices in the space-age cartoon, The Jetsons and also starred in the TV series The Farmer's Daughter (1963-1966) and My World and Welcome to It (1969-1972), winning an Emmy Award for the latter. Windom made many appearances as Dr. Seth Hazlett in Murder, She Wrote (1985-1996). In 1967, Windom himself made a virtual space journey, playing Commodore Matt Decker in the Star Trek episode, "The Doomsday Machine." FORREST TUCKER (1919-1986), who made his film debut in The Westerner (1940), starred in a number of feature films, including My Sister Eileen (1942), The Yearling (1946), Sands of Iwo Jima (1949), The Quiet Gun (1957), Auntie Mame (1958) and The Night They Raided Minsky's (1968). Tucker is best known to TV viewers as crafty Sergeant O'Rourke on F Troop (1965-1966). He also starred in Dusty's Trail (1973) and Ghost Busters (1975) and appeared in made-for-TV movies and several series, including Bonanza and Little House on the Prairie. Fine condition.
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