THE ADVENTURES OF RIN TIN TIN TV CAST - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: JAMES L. "RIP" BROWN, LEE AAKER - HFSID 292895
THE ADVENTURES OF RIN TIN TIN TV CAST Signers James "Rip" Brown and Lee Aakers are shown with Rinty and other members of the troop Photograph signed: "James Brown/(Rip)", "Lee Aker/Rusty". B/w, 8x10. Shown with Rin Tin Tin in a still from the TV series The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin.
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THE ADVENTURES OF RIN TIN TIN TV CAST
Signers James "Rip" Brown and Lee Aakers are shown with Rinty and other members of the troop
Photograph signed: "James Brown/(Rip)", "Lee Aker/Rusty". B/w, 8x10. Shown with Rin Tin Tin in a still from the TV series The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin. The original Rin Tin Tin was a shell-shocked puppy in the trenches in World War I, brought back to the US by a soldier. By the early 1920s, he was starring in silent films. The original Rinty died in 1932, but his offspring inspired more feature films and three radio series (1930-1955). The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin was carried on ABC-TV from 1954 to 1959, starring the main actors from the last radio show. These included Rin Tin Tin IV, JAMES "RIP" BROWN (1920-1992) as US Cavalry Lieutenant Masters, and LEE AAKER as Rusty, a boy orphaned in an Indian raid and adopted by the cavalry. Brown, who had appeared earlier in adventure films like Objective: Burma, guest starred on many TV series, including The Adventures of Superman, The Lone Ranger, Sky King and several Westerns. After a few other children's roles, including appearances with Gene Barry in Atomic City and Barbara Stanwyck in Jeopardy, Aaker left acting, becoming a special needs ski instructor. The Rin Tin Tin line of German shepherds, now in the tenth generation, continues to make personal appearance and to work as service dogs with special needs children. He won a Golden Boot Award in 2005 for his contribution to film and TV Westerns. Corners creased. Minor notch at lower left corner. Printing defect to top right corner. Otherwise, fine condition.
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