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    Billy Gray. Signed and Inscribed Original Portrait. [N.p.], 6/17/2001. Signed by Gray and artist John Tibbetts.

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    Billy Gray. Signed and Inscribed Portrait. [N.p.], 6/17/2001. Billy Gray, who as a teenager played Bobby in the 1951 movie The Day the Earth Stood Still, signed and inscribed this portrait in blue pen: "Gort, Klaatu Barada Nicto. Bill Gray 6/17/01." Fine. Portrait by John Tibbetts on thick illustration board 17 x 13.5 inches. From the collection of John Tibbetts.



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    Auction Dates
    April, 2012
    11th Wednesday
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