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2y012 LOT OF 3 WHIP WILSON 4X11 TITLE STRIPS 1940s-1950s Haunted Trails, Silver Raiders & more!

Date Sold 1/1/2019
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a lot of 3 Whip Wilson 4x11 title strips (we know that these were sometimes used at the top of movie theater frames, and sometimes used at the box office, and no doubt they were used in other ways as well). They are on a heavy paper stock. Whip Wilson was an actor from 1948 through 1955. He was 37 when he made his first real movie, after having been a Marine in World War II. It was 1948, and Monogram Pictures had been looking for a replacement for Buck Jones, who had died in 1942, and Wilson bore a resemblance to Jones, and Monogram signed him to a contract without his having any experience. They gave him a whip like Lash La Rue, so he could have a cool name and a trademark, and he was very successful over the next five years, but in 1953, he basically retired and managed an apartment complex, passing away in 1964 at the age of 53. Note that the items in this lot are from the 1940s to the 1950s. We do not provide a list of these items, but there are images of all of them.
Measurements: 4" x 11"

Condition: good to very good.
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