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THE LAS VEGAS STORY MOVIE CAST - PRINTED PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED IN INK CO-SIGNED BY: BRAD DEXTER, JANE RUSSELL - HFSID 347398

THE LAS VEGAS STORY MOVIE CAST: BRAD DEXTER and JANE RUSSELLThe co-stars pen their names on this photographic still from the 1952 film Printed Photograph signed in Ink: "Brad/ Dexter" and "Jane Russell" both in black felt tip, b/w, 10x8.

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THE LAS VEGAS STORY MOVIE CAST: BRAD DEXTER and JANE RUSSELLThe co-stars pen their names on this photographic still from the 1952 film Printed Photograph signed in Ink: "Brad/ Dexter" and "Jane Russell" both in black felt tip, b/w, 10x8. BRAD DEXTER (1917-2002) was an amateur boxer before he entered films as a rugged character actor. During World War II, he appeared in the morale-boosting play Winged Victory. His first credited film role was in The Asphalt Jungle (1950). He considered his portrayal of Harry Luck in The Magnificent Seven (1960) his best performance, but lamented, "I'm the one nobody remembers." Interestingly, Dexter saved Frank Sinatra from drowning in Hawaii during the filming of None But the Brave (1964); thus began an association with Sinatra which continued through Von Ryan's Express (1965), but they had a falling out during the filming of The Naked Runner (1967), produced by Dexter. Dexter made numerous TV guest appearances, mostly in Westerns and detective series. He was married first to singer Peggy Lee (briefly) in 1953, and then to Star-Kist heiress Mary Bogdonovich for more than two decades, until her death in 1994. JANE RUSSELL (1921-2011) was an actress known for her voluptuous physique. Cast in The Outlaws (1941) after a much-publicized search by Howard Hughes for a busty actress, she surpassed her bombshell image to perform skillfully in films for three decades, from comedies with Bob Hope to musicals with Marilyn Monroe. She often played tough, cynical women. Gently bowed. Lightly toned. Corners and edges worn. Otherwise, fine condition.

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