UNTOUCHABLES TV CAST - AUTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: PAUL PICERNI, ROBERT STACK - HFSID 324007
UNTOUCHABLES TV CAST: ROBERT STACK and PAUL PICERNI Clear, bold signatures from the two Untouchables stars, framed with a photograph of them in character to an overall size of 11½x14½ Signatures:
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UNTOUCHABLES TV CAST: ROBERT STACK and PAUL PICERNI
Clear, bold signatures from the two Untouchables stars, framed with a photograph of them in character to an overall size of 11½x14½
Signatures: "Paul Picerni", "Robert Stack", 5x3 cards framed with an unsigned photograph to an overall size of 11½x14½. ROBERT STACK (1919-2003) is best known for his portrayal of Treasury Agent Eliot Ness, fighting crime in Chicago of the 1930s, in the popular TV series, The Untouchables (1959-1963). Stack's other TV successes included Unsolved Mysteries, which he hosted from 1987 to 2002. His 60 years in feature films included an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor for Written on the Wind (1956). PAUL PICERNI (1922-2011) earned a Distinguished Flying Cross flying bombers in the CBI Theater of World War II, and his early post-war films were mostly war-themed (Twelve O'Clock High, To Hell and Back). An exception was his role as hero of the Vincent Price 3-D horror film House of Wax (1953). He appeared in multiple TV Westerns and detective dramas of the 1950s before finding the role for which he is best remembered: Federal Agent Lee Hobson, Robert Stack's #2 man on The Untouchables (1960-1963). He comes from a family of stuntmen, including brother Charlie Picerni, who started as Paul's double on The Untouchables and went on to be stuntman/stunt coordinator on Die Hard and Lethal Weapon films. Paul Picerni, married to over 60 years to former ballet dancer Marie Mason, was half-time announcer for the LA Rams for over 30 years, and Mayor of Tarzana, California (1965-1968). Corners slightly worn on border surrounding signatures. Fine condition. Not framed in Gallery of History Style.