PATSY MONTANA - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH - HFSID 205068
Sale Price $162.00
Black and white publicity photograph of Patsy Montana with June Storey and Gene Autry.
Photograph signed: "Patsy Montana". B/w, 10x8. Pictured with June Storey and Gene Autry, whose names have been written above their images. Ink note on verso (unknown hand): "Patsy Montana signed all three names for some reason." Country singer Patsy Montana made her film debut with Autry and Storey in the 1939 Republic Western, Colorado Sky. The film, which also starred Autry's comic sidekick, Smiley Burnette, and Buster Crabbe, also featured the CBS-KMBC Texas Rangers. The group, along with Autry, Burnette and Montana, sang a number of songs in the film, including the title song, "Poor Little Doggies" and "I Want to Be a Cowboy's Sweetheart" (Montana's signature song). Patsy Montana (1914-1996), was the first woman country singer to have a million-selling single, "I Want to Be a Cowboy's Sweetheart" (1935). A star on Gene Autry's National Barn Dance radio program for many years, Montana, who also yodeled and played organ, guitar and violin, had a number of hits, including "Radio Sweetheart", "Montana Plains" and "I Want to Be a Cowboy's Dream". After making her film debut in 1939's Colorado Sunset, she appeared in numerous Western films in the 1940s. Lightly creased at mid-left and right background. No show through from ink note on verso. Fine condition.
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