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THE NASHVILLE PALACE TV CAST - PRINTED PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED IN INK CO-SIGNED BY: SLIM PICKENS, PAT BUTTRAM - HFSID 341310

THE NASHVILLE PALACE TV CAST: PAT BUTTRAM, SLIM PICKENS Stars Pat Buttram and Slim Pickens are shown reunited for the NBC special The Nashville Palace Printed photograph signed in ink: "Best Wishes/Pat Buttram", in blue ink, and, "Slim Pickens", in black ink. B/w, 8x10.

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THE NASHVILLE PALACE TV CAST: PAT BUTTRAM, SLIM PICKENS
Stars Pat Buttram and Slim Pickens are shown reunited for the NBC special The Nashville Palace
Printed photograph signed in ink: "Best Wishes/Pat Buttram", in blue ink, and, "Slim Pickens", in black ink. B/w, 8x10. Printed for The Nashville Palace in lower margin. While a comedian at WLS radio's National Barn Dance, Pat Buttram (1915-1994) met Gene Autry. Buttram followed Autry to the latter's own show, Melody Ranch in the 1940s. They made several pictures together at both Republic and Columbia studios. The two also costarred on CBS-TV's The Gene Autry Show from 1950-1956. From 1965-1971, Buttram was a regular on the CBS sitcom Green Acres as Mr. Haney. A rodeo rider and then a popular rodeo clown, Slim Pickens (1919-1983) was a natural in Western films (from 1950) and TV series (from 1954). He could play a villain, as in Eye for an Eye (1966), but his best remembered roles were comic ones as in Mel Brooks' Blazing Saddles (1974). As Major "King" Kong, he rode a nuclear bomb to its target bronco-style in Kubrick's black comedy, Dr. Strangelove (1963). Lightly creased at corners. Fine condition.

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