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RANDOLPH SCOTT - INSCRIBED BOOK PAGE SIGNED - HFSID 284246

Book page bearing a photo of the actor during filming of Gung Ho! (1943), inscribed and signed with the autograph sentiment, "Gung Ho!"

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Condition: lightly soiled, otherwise fine condition
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RANDOLPH SCOTT Book page bearing a photo of the actor during filming of Gung Ho! (1943), inscribed and signed with the autograph sentiment, "Gung Ho!" Inscribed Book Page signed: "To Bill -/ Gung Ho!/ Randy Scott", in black ink, 6½x9½. Page 123 of the book From Movie Lot to Beachhead, by the editors of Look magazine, 1945. Shown with Carlson's Raiders (who made the real landing on Japanese-held Makin Island in 1942) leading the assault in the film. Also on the page is an unsigned photo of Brian Donleavy from the film Wake Island. Randolph Scott (1903-1987) made his film debut in 1928's Sharp Shooters, the first of the many Westerns he would make over the course of his movie career. By the mid-1930s he was a romantic lead and co-star, and from 1950-1953 Scott was one of the top ten box office attractions. The virile, weathered Scott is best known for his cowboy roles; in the 1940s and 1950s he starred in 39 big-budget Westerns, including Virginia City (1940). His last film, Ride the High Country (1962), was one of his best. Beginning just before America entered World War II, Scott left the Western sagebrush behind to star in a series of heroic wartime roles, including Paris Calling, To the Shores of Tripoli, Bombardier, China Sky, and, of course, Gung Ho!  Left edge torn from previous binding. Lightly soiled. Otherwise, fine condition. 

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