WOMAN OF THE NORTH COUNTRY MOVIE CAST - PRINTED PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED IN INK CO-SIGNED BY: GALE STORM, ROD CAMERON - HFSID 341314
WOMAN OF THE NORTH COUNTRY MOVIE CAST Still showing actor Rod Cameron and actress Gale Storm in an outdoor scene, signed by their respective images Printed photograph signed in ink: "Best of luck/Rod Cameron", "Love!/Gale/Storm", B/w 10¼x8.
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WOMAN OF THE NORTH COUNTRY MOVIE CAST
Still showing actor Rod Cameron and actress Gale Storm in an outdoor scene, signed by their respective images
Printed photograph signed in ink: "Best of luck/Rod Cameron", "Love!/Gale/Storm", B/w 10¼x8. Canadian-born screen and television actor ROD CAMERON (1910-1983), born Nathan Roderick Cox, began his career as a stuntman before having his first speaking role in 1939 (the footage ended up on the cutting room floor). By the following year, he was appearing in numerous Paramount films before moving to Republic Studios in 1942. Beginning with the 1943 serial, Secret Service in Deepest Africa, Cameron became one of the top leading men at both Republic and Universal in the 1940s. In 1953, he appeared in the first of his three syndicated TV series, City Detective, which was followed by State Trooper (1956) and Coronado 9 (1959). Cameron also appeared in several made-for-TV movies and made guest appearances on a long list of TV shows from 1955-1978. GALE STORM (1922-2009) made dozens of B movies in the 1940s, the best of which included a Christmas tale (It Happened on Fifth Avenue, 1947), a comedy with Eddie Albert (The Dude Goes West, 1948) and the noir film The Underworld Story (1950). But Storm's warm persona fit television perfectly, and her My Little Margie (1952-1955) and Oh! Susannah (1956-1959) were among the decades best and most popular sitcoms. In 1955, she had a pair of hit record singles, "Teenage Prayer" and "I Hear You Knocking". After decades of summer stock and dinner theater work, during which she waged a long and ultimately successful battle with alcohol, she returned to TV in an episode of The Love Boat (1979). Corners worn and creased. Heavily toned. Soiled on outer margins. Ink mark on bottom printing. Light surface creases throughout. Small tears on outer edges. Otherwise, fine condition.
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