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    Andy Griffith and Other Signed Sketches of 1960s TV Stars. Johnny Raitt captures the images of Andy Griffith (as he appeared as Sheriff Taylor in The Andy Griffith Show), Forrest Tucker (F Troop), Richard Deacon (The Dick Van Dyke Show), Lorne Greene (Bonanza), James Arness (Gunsmoke), and Joe E. Ross and Fred Gwynne (Car 54, Where Are You?). All stars have signed in ink (Ross signed his first name in pencil), and Tucker, Arness, Ross and Gwynne add their character names from the shows. Sketches measure 5" x 8" and have some minor staining -- overall Excellent condition. Accompanied by James Spence Authentication auction LOA.

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    July, 2010
    17th Saturday
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