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THE YOUNGER BROTHERS MOVIE CAST - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: JAMES L. "RIP" BROWN, BRUCE (HERMAN BRIX) BENNETT - HFSID 304864

THE YOUNGER BROTHERS MOVIE CAST: BRUCE BENNETT and JAMES L. "RIP" BROWN Shown together with Robert Hutton and Wayne Morris in a black and white movie still for the 1949 film Photograph signed: "Bruce Bennett" and "James Brown", B/w 9¾x7¾.

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Condition: slightly soiled, otherwise fine condition
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THE YOUNGER BROTHERS MOVIE CAST: BRUCE BENNETT and JAMES L. "RIP" BROWN
Shown together with Robert Hutton and Wayne Morris in a black and white movie still for the 1949 film
Photograph signed: "Bruce Bennett" and "James Brown", B/w 9¾x7¾. The two actors play Jim and Bob Younger in the 1949 film The Younger Brothers. In the film, the Younger Brothers, who rode with a notorious outlaw gang led by Frank and Jesse James, decide to go straight and try to get pardons so they can return to a law-abiding life. A collegiate track star at the University of Washington, Herman Brix won a silver medal in the shot put at the 1928 Olympics in Amsterdam. When Edgar Rice Burroughs decided to produce his own film version of his Tarzan, he cast Brix in the lead (The New Adventures of Tarzan, 1935). Brix studied acting, adopted the screen name of BRUCE BENNETT, and played second leads and supporting roles in many films, including Sahara (1943), Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948) and The Outsider (1961). A former tennis pro, JAMES L. BROWN (1920-1992) had starring roles in several films in the 1940s (Going My Way, 1944; Objective Burma, 1945) before securing his best remembered role as Lieutenant "Rip" Masters in the TV series, RinTin Tin (1954-1959). The series, which aired on ABC, was set at Fort Apache in 19th-century Arizona. Brown, who also appeared in made-for-TV movies and made guest starring appearances on a number of TV shows, had a recurring role as Detective Harry McSween on Dallas (1978-1989), and he made his last TV appearance on an episode of Murder, She Wrote in 1988. In addition to his acting career, Brown successfully marketed body-building equipment and headed customer relations for Faberge cosmetics. Slightly soiled at margins. Otherwise, fine condition.

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