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    A John Wayne Gifted Mug to Carl 'Alfalfa' Switzer from "Island in the Sky." Warner Bros., 1953. Made of ceramic, gold-painted handle, handpainted image on front depicts a grounded airplane above text reading "Dooley's Down," back reads "Carl / from Duke," bottom has maker's stamps reading "Wallace / China / Los Angeles, Calif." and "Bob Williams / 515 (rest is faded) / Santa Ana, Calif.;" "Carl" being the young actor best remembered for his role as "Alfalfa" in the 1930s Hal Roach "Our Gang" (aka "The Little Rascals") comedy shorts and who also starred in this film with the Duke. (Please note there is slight paint loss on the handle.)
    Height: 3 1/4"

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    December, 2012
    14th Friday
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