SUNSET CARSON - AUTOGRAPHED INSCRIBED PHOTOGRAPH 1985 CO-SIGNED BY: PEGGY STEWART, CAROLINA COTTON - HFSID 342181
SUNSET CARSON, PEGGY STEWART and CAROLINA COTTON The three legendary Western stars poses together in 7x5 candid photograph, signs names in black ink Inscribed photograph signed: "To/ Clint/ My Pal/ Sunset Carson/ '85", "Carolina Cotton", and "Peggy Stewart" in black ink. Color, 7x5.
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SUNSET CARSON, PEGGY STEWART and CAROLINA COTTON
The three legendary Western stars poses together in 7x5 candid photograph, signs names in black ink
Inscribed photograph signed: "To/ Clint/ My Pal/ Sunset Carson/ '85", "Carolina Cotton", and "Peggy Stewart" in black ink. Color, 7x5. Rodeo rider Winifred Maurice Harrison (1920-1990) was given the name SUNSET CARSON by Republic Studios, for whom he starred in a number of western films in the mid-1940s. He starred in his own film series, beginning with The Sheriff of Cimarron(1945). He was later a popular guest at B Western nostalgia shows, and hosted a TV film revival series, Six Gun Heroes. PEGGY STEWART (born Peggy O'Rourke in 1923), who appeared in many films, mostly Westerns, from the late 1930s into the 1960s, was one of Republic Picture's leading ladies in the 1940s. Tired of being cast in serials, she left Republic, but continued making occasional films. Stewart later appeared in several made-for-TV movies and was a guest star on a number of TV series, and she made stage appearances in the Los Angeles area. Stewart is still active in the acting world taking on grandmotherly rolls in titles such as; The Office as Pam Beesly's "old fashioned" grandmother Mee-Maw (2009-2010), and That's My Boy (2012) as Grandma Deloris. Stewart, who was married to actors Don "Red" Barry (1940-1944) and Buck Young (1953 until his death in 2000), is also a popular figure at Western film and nostalgia gatherings. CAROLINA COTTON (1925-1997), also known as the Yodeling Blonde Bombshell, had 21 movie appearances to her credit, including Apache Country and Blue Canadian Rockies with Gene Autry and Rough, Tough West with Jock Mahoney. She started out on radio and performing at San Francisco's Golden Gate Theatre yodeling, singing and playing instruments before her first movie appearance in 1944. She also recorded a number of Western songs, yodeling songs and song tracks. Fine condition.
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