PAUL PICERNI - AUTOGRAPHED INSCRIBED PHOTOGRAPH - HFSID 323817
PAUL PICERNI Shown in a still for the 1968 western comedy The Scalphunters. Inscribed to a fan. Inscribed photograph signed: "To/Mitchell/Paul Picerni", in blue ink. B/w, 8x10. Captioned movie still for The Scalphunters (1968).
Sale Price $180.00
Shown in a still for the 1968 western comedy The Scalphunters. Inscribed to a fan.
Inscribed photograph signed: "To/Mitchell/Paul Picerni", in blue ink. B/w, 8x10. Captioned movie still for The Scalphunters (1968). Paul Picerni (1922-2011) earned a Distinguished Flying Cross flying bombers in the CBI Theater of World War II, and his early post-war films were mostly war-themed (Twelve O'Clock High, To Hell and Back). An exception was his role as hero of the Vincent Price 3-D horror film House of Wax (1953). He appeared in multiple TV Westerns and detective dramas of the 1950s before finding the role for which he is best remembered: Federal Agent Lee Hobson, Robert Stack's #2 man on The Untouchables (1960-1963). He comes from a family of stuntmen, including brother Charlie Picerni, who started as Paul's double on The Untouchables and went on to be stuntman/stunt coordinator on Die Hard and Lethal Weapon films. Paul Picerni, married to over 60 years to former ballet dancer Marie Mason, was half-time announcer for the LA Rams for over 30 years, and Mayor of Tarzana, California (1965-1968). Fine condition.
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