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JOHN WAYNE Dean Martin Vintage Photo Sons of Katie Elder


Original Vintage Western Movie Poster Memorabilia John Wayne Photos Collectibles For Sale
The Sons of Katie Elder 
RARE Original Vintage LARGE style still photo (11x13.75)
Starring  JOHN WAYNE & Dean Martin

Photographer: John Hamilton


Extremely Rare, John Wayne large style John Hamilton photo with Dean Martin placing their hand prints, footprints, and signatures in concrete in the ground after filming for The Sons of Katie Elder.  In our 40 years collecting, we have never seen this large Original 1965 Phonograph by this famed Hollywood Photographer .  Both Globe Studio and Photographer stamps on back, great provenance.

NOTE: In our 40 years collecting (since 1980) this is one of the very finest Original John Wayne photos we've ever encountered!  Simply a Masterpiece!  And most likely One-of-a-Kind!

 A Very rare photo to appear on the market in Original Vintage format.
  Excellent condition! 
 * See enlargeable images above and below

John Wayne and Dean Martin in The Sons of Katie Elder (Paramount, 1965). Fine/Very Fine. Photo (11" X 13.75"). John Hamilton Photography. Western.
Offered in this lot is a vintage silver gelatin, double weight, glossy finish photo of John Wayne and Dean Martin placing their handprints, footprints, and signatures in concrete in the ground after filming for The Sons of Katie Elder. An unrestored photo that displays signs of use. May include slight edge wear..   Very rare!


John R. Hamilton (12 November 1923 – 7 February 1997) was an American photographer. Hamilton began as a magazine photojournalist, then became known for his photographs of actors on film sets. The first movie Hamilton worked on was The Searchers in 1956 with John Ford and John Wayne. He worked on 77 films and his photographs appeared in Life, Look, Time and other newspapers and periodicals.

Hamilton photographed Steve McQueen, Paul Newman, Kirk Douglas, Elizabeth Taylor, Natalie Wood, Clint Eastwood, Elvis and Jayne Mansfield. His portrait of John Wayne was used on the cover of Life in 1965.

In 2003, photographer Bruce Weber's Little Bear Press published a book of Hamilton's celebrity photos titled Thank Your Lucky Stars. Weber says Hamilton's "photographs were intimate and sexy and no one captured our heroes in American cinema like he did. He gave us an insider's view of incredibly private people caught in a special world somewhere between a movie set and home."

Guaranteed Authentic for Life

Note:  Cvtreasures stamp Not on original photo