SONG OF ARIZONA MOVIE CAST - INSCRIBED LOBBY CARD SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: TOMMY COOK, SHUG FISHER, CLARA ESTELLE "MRS. BOB NOLAN" BROWN - HFSID 323646
SONG OF ARIZONA MOVIE CAST Shug Fisher and Tommy Cook sign their names to a fan on a colorized 14x11 lobby card for Song of Arizona. Also signed by Bob Nolan's wife as "Mrs.
Sale Price $414.00
SONG OF ARIZONA MOVIE CAST
Shug Fisher and Tommy Cook sign their names to a fan on a colorized 14x11 lobby card for Song of Arizona. Also signed by Bob Nolan's wife as "Mrs. Bob Nolan"
Inscribed lobby card signed: "To Clint/my pal-/Best of Everything/Tommy/Cook", "To Clint/My Best/Shug Fisher", "The touch of/God's hand/to Clint/Mrs. Bob Nolan", Colorized 14x11. American western actor George SHUG FISHER (1907-1984) amassed over 80 films in his 40 year career, most notably as "Shug", member of the Sons of the Pioneers (as featured in Don't Fence me in (1945), Song of Arizona (1946) and Lights of Ol Santa Fe (1944) among others). On television he was known as Charlie Kern in Ripcord (1961-1963) and he also had a few reoccurring appearances on Daniel Boone. He was a regular guest star on Bonanza (1961-1970), The Beverly Hillbillies (1979-1970) the Virginian (1965-1971) and Gunsmoke (1962-1974). Fisher worked well into his senior years, making his final appearance in Harper Valley P.T.A. (1982). Child actor TOMMY COOK (b. 1930) had the major roles of "Little Beaver" in the first Red Ryder serial and on radio (1940-1945), and of "Kimba" in Jungle Girl (in the "Perils of Nyoka" series). He was typecast, however, as an exotic ethnic character, and - despite good looks and talent - didn't find many adult roles. A fine tennis player, he found another career after movies: hosting celebrity charity sports events. Bob Nolan, who appeared in the 1946 film, did not sign the document; however, his wife Clara Estelle Brown (1911-1994) signed on his behalf. Affectionately nicknamed "P-Nuts" for her small stature, the two remained married until Nolan's death in 1980. Corner slightly worn. Pin holes in corners and bottom margin. Stain on bottom margin. Slightly soiled across. Ink notes (unknown hand) on verso. Otherwise, fine condition.
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