WAY OF A GAUCHO MOVIE CAST - INSCRIBED PRINTED PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED IN INK CIRCA 1981 CO-SIGNED BY: RORY CALHOUN, GENE TIERNEY - HFSID 145536
WAY OF A GAUCHO MOVIE CAST: RORY CALHOUN and GENE TIERNEY Both sign this printed black and white publicity photograph from their 1952 movie Way of a Gaucho Inscribed Printed Photograph signed in Ink:
Sale Price $252.00
WAY OF A GAUCHO MOVIE CAST: RORY CALHOUN and GENE TIERNEY Both sign this printed black and white publicity photograph from their 1952 movie Way of a Gaucho Inscribed Printed Photograph signed in Ink: "For Kathryn/ Merry Christmas/ 1981/ Rory Calhoun" and "To Kathryn/ Best wishes/ Gene Tierney" both in black ink, b/w, 10x8. © 1952, 20th Century-Fox. Publicity still for Way of the Gaucho, a film shot on location in Argentina. RORY CALHOUN (1922-1999) was a popular film star of the 1950s and early 1960s who specialized in Westerns. He starred in the TV series, The Texan (1958-1960), and continued to appear in films, primarily in character roles, until shortly before his death. Regretting his refusal of a role on Dallas (1978-1991), Calhoun appeared in the soap opera Capitol (1982-1987) for five years beginning in 1982. Growing up, Calhoun had spent several years in reform schools and after convictions for auto theft and armed robbery he even spent some time in prison. However, when his checkered past was revealed by a tabloid, it only enhanced his "bad boy" image. A notorious philanderer, his first wife listed 79 adulterous relationships in her divorce suit against the actor. As a response, Calhoun amusingly quipped, "Heck, she didn't even include half of them." GENE TIERNEY (1920-1991) was a glamorous box office favorite of the 1940s who was nominated for a Best Actress Oscar for Leave Her To Heaven (1945). Among her other well-known films were Tobacco Road (1941), Laura (1944) and The Ghost and Mrs. Muir (1947). Personal troubles limited her acting appearances in later years, her last role being in the TV miniseries Scruples (1980). Light diagonal crease touches 2 letters of Tierney's inscription. Otherwise, fine condition.
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