THE COMANCHEROS MOVIE CAST - INSCRIBED PRINTED PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED IN INK CO-SIGNED BY: PATRICK WAYNE, STUART WHITMAN - HFSID 341643
THE COMANCHEROS MOVIE CAST Still from the 1961 film signed by actors Stuart Whitman and Patrick Wayne, with Wayne inscribing the photograph to a fan with "Good luck" Inscribed printed photograph signed in ink:
Sale Price $288.00
THE COMANCHEROS MOVIE CAST Still from the 1961 film signed by actors Stuart Whitman and Patrick Wayne, with Wayne inscribing the photograph to a fan with "Good luck" Inscribed printed photograph signed in ink: "Good luck/George/Patrick/Wayne", "Stuart Whitman", B/w 10x8. STUART WHITMAN (1928-2020) moved from supporting roles in movies like When Worlds Collide (1951), Ten North Frederick (1958) and These Thousand Hills (1959), to starring roles with John Wayne in The Comancheros (1961), in The Mark (Oscar nomination, 1961), in The Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines (1965), and in his own TV series, the 90-minute Cimarron Strip (1967). He was seen frequently on TV, as in four 1980s episodes of Murder, She Wrote. Whitman planted Hollywood's first inter-racial kiss on Dorothy Dandridge in The Decks Ran Red (1958). He played Clark Kent's father on Superboy (1988-1992). His last credited role was in the Chuck Norris vehicle The President's Man (2000). PATRICK WAYNE (b. 1939), son of famed actor John Wayne,appeared in over 40 films, 9 of them with his dad, starting with a role at 11 in Rio Grande. His first credited films were in 1955: The Long Gray Line andMr. Roberts. He made recurring appearances on several TV series, includingThe Rounders, Shirley (as Shirley Jones' love interest, 1979-1980),Fantasy Island and The Love Boat. He hosted a game show, The Monte Carlo Show (1980). Wayne also starred in some fantasy films, includingSinbad and the Eye of the Tiger and The People That Time Forgot (both 1977). In 2003 he became the chairmen of the John Wayne Cancer Institute. Corners worn and creased. Toned. Lightly soiled. Surface creases and scratches across image. Ink slightly smeared on Wayne's signature, but clearly legible. Ink notes (unknown hand) on verso. Otherwise, fine condition.
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