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Paleface, Roger Soubie

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Artist   Roger Soubie - View Bio
Title   Paleface
Date Of Work   1948
Dimensions   46.5" x 63"
Notes   Linen backed
Bob Hope brings his own brand of laughing gas to the Wild West as a would-be "painless" dentist lassoed into marrying Jane Russell. She's a shapely outlaw turned undercover agent on the trail of some varmints selling guns to a hostile Indian tribe, and he's her unwitting cover. Hope cowers and cracks self-effacing jokes while bodies fall around him ("Brave men run in my family," he quips, then runs), but he's even funnier swaggering and sneering like a kid playing cowboy in a flamboyant costume apparently stolen from the Oklahoma! road show. The Paleface is one of his best films, and the unflappable Russell is a great match.
Price Category   Category D  View Price Categories
Inventory Number   3402