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PETTICOAT JUNCTION TV CAST - INSCRIBED SCRIPT SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: RICHARD ARLEN, LORI SAUNDERS, CHARLES "BUDDY" ROGERS, EDGAR BUCHANAN, DENNIS FIMPLE, MEREDITH MACRAE - HFSID 290757

Arlen and Rogers, co-stars of the classic silent movie Wings, performing together forty years after their film won the first Oscar, are joined by three regular cast members of the popular sitcom and another guest (Fimple).

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Condition: lightly creased, otherwise fine condition
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PETTICOAT JUNCTION TV CAST: RICHARD ARLEN, BUDDY ROGERS, LORI SAUNDERS, EDGAR BUCHANAN, DENNIS FIMPLE and MEREDITH MacRAE
Arlen and Rogers, co-stars of the classic silent movie Wings, performing together forty years after their film won the first Oscar, are joined by three regular cast members of the popular sitcom and another guest (Fimple).
Script inscribed and signed: "To Art -/My Very Best/Richard Arlen", "Much love/Lori Saunders", "My Regards/Edgar Buchanan", "Thank you -/Dennis/Fimple", "To Art -/It was great/meeting you!/Much love/always!/Meredith/MacRae/[drawn female smiley face]", "Art -/Pettycoat [sic] Junction/was again fun/for Dick and myself/Always/Buddy", 8½x11,38 pages. Accompanied by souvenir flyer for a showing of the silent film Wings by the Cross and Cockade Society of World War I Aero Historians at El Camino College, July 20, 1968. Final draft of the Petticoat Junction episode "Wings," August 6, 1968. Petticoat Junction aired on CBS from 1963 to 1970. The series ended when CBS decided to appeal a more "hip" upscale audience by dropping its long-running rural hits: Beverly Hillbillies, Green Acres, Mayberry, R.F.D. and Hee Haw. On Petticoat Junction LORI SAUNDERS played Bobbie Jo Bradley; MEREDITH MacRAE was her sister, Billie Jo. EDGAR BUCHANAN played Uncle Joe Carson. Character actor DENNIS FIMPLE appeared in many TV sitcoms and adventure series of the era. RICHARD ARLEN and BUDDY ROGERS co-starred with Clara Bow in the classic World War I flying film Wings (1927), which won the very first Oscar for Best Picture. Each had a strong acting career, but the pair did not reunite for forty years, until they were paired again on this show and on an episode of The Lucy Show. In the episode featured in this script, Arlen and Rogers attend a special showing of Wings in Shady Rest's little movie theater, four decades after they skipped a premiere showing there to attend an opening in New York. File holes at left edge. Corners lightly creased. Edges lightly worn. Otherwise, fine condition.

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