A beautiful Hand Signed Original Vintage voice of "Pinocchio" ca. 1939
NEW 8 x 10 inch color photo of a classic scene from "Pinocchio"
Hand Signed "hi diddlie dee dee" Sincerely, Dickie Jones the voice of Pinocchio"
This is a wonderful image from the 1939 movie as "Jiminy" introduces himself. Dickie Jones was selected by Walt Disney himself to perform the voice of the magic wooden puppet. This 8 x 10 inch photo is a professionally produced image taken from original Production artwork.Printed at a Photo lab in Burbank, CA. using Fuji Color Crystal paper. This is NOT a Home Computer print out (Those are Yucky). Authenticity is GUARANTEED. Images pictured are only representative images, as each piece is individually signed and will be slightly different from one another. Certainly, a unique and rare Disneyana collectible. This is not a cel, cell or sericel.
Certificate of Authenticity included
You won't find this item at any other Disney outlet or any other vendor on ebay. This NOT a cel, cell, pin or sericel.
Framed Size is 12x15 inches in size. All Brand new. Double Matted, Archival Museum Quality Rag-Matt. New Protective Glass. Ready to hang out of the box!
Dick Jones (born February 25, 1927) is an American actor who achieved some success as a child and as a young adult, especially in B-Westerns and television. He is best known as the voice of Pinocchio in the 1940 Walt Disney film.
In 1940, he had one of his most prominent (though invisible) roles, as the voice of Pinocchio in Walt Disney's animated film of the same name. Jones attended Hollywood High School and at 15, took over the role of Henry Aldrich on the hit radio show The Aldrich Family. He learned carpentry and augmented his income with jobs in that field. He served in the Army in Alaska during the final months of World War II. Gene Autry, who before the war had cast Jones in several Westerns, put him back to work in films and particularly in television, on programs produced by Autry's company.
Now billed as Dick Jones, the handsome young man starred as Dick West, sidekick to the Western hero known as The Range Rider, in a TV series that ran for 76 episodes in 1951 (and for decades in syndication).
Autry gave Jones his own series, Buffalo Bill Jr. (1955), which ran for 42 episodes on NBC. Jones continued working in films throughout the 1950s, then retired and entered the business world.
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