THE HURRICANE MOVIE CAST - AUTOGRAPHED INSCRIBED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: DOROTHY LAMOUR, JON HALL - HFSID 295759
THE HURRICANE MOVIE CAST: DOROTHY LAMOUR and JON HALL Action scene from the movie, signed by both and inscribed by her Photograph inscribed and signed: "To Scott - Best Wishes - Dorothy Lamour", "Regards/Jon Hall". B/w, 10x8. Movie still from The Hurricane (1937).
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THE HURRICANE MOVIE CAST: DOROTHY LAMOUR and JON HALL
Action scene from the movie, signed by both and inscribed by her
Photograph inscribed and signed: "To Scott - Best Wishes - Dorothy Lamour", "Regards/Jon Hall". B/w, 10x8. Movie still from The Hurricane (1937). Best remembered today as the film partner of Bob Hope and Bing Crosby in their "Road" pictures, DOROTHY LAMOUR (1914-1996) was a star on her own in the 1930s, a popular radio singer with a screen image established by The Jungle Princess (1930). While "Lamour" sounds like a name made up by the Hollywood studios, it was actually a variation on her stepfather's name (Lambour). Lamour made frequent USO appearances and raised large sums for war bonds during World War II. She was featured in several Bob Hope television specials in addition to appearing in films up through 1987 (Creep Show 2). Athletic leading man JON HALL (1913-1979), best known to television viewers as the star of Ramar of the Jungle (1952-1954), initially cast as Charles Locher and then as Lloyd Crane, adopted the name Jon Hall in 1937, when he starred as a persecuted native boy in John Ford's The Hurricane. During the 1940s, the actor co-starred with Maria Montez in a series of popular costume pictures at Universal, including Arabian Nights (1942), White Savage (1943) and Sudan (1945). Hall returned to films as the star and director of The Beach Girls and the Mobster (1965). The actor, whose four wives included singer Frances Langford and actress Raquel Torres), committed suicide in 1979. Corners lightly worn. Fine condition.
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