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The Hurricane Express Homage 19th Century Locomotive Ghost Town Nevada City Montana Mascot Serial John Wayne Charles King Black And White High Contrast Rr Station Baby Onesie featuring the photograph The Hurricane Express Homage 1932 19th Century Locomotive Ghost Town Nevada City Montana by David Lee Guss




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The Hurricane Express Homage 1932 19th Century Locomotive Ghost Town Nevada City Montana Baby Onesie






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August 6th, 2018

Loved this onesie. Actually loved it so much I contacted the designer and had a special request to see if he could change the color of the FJ40 to match a friend of mines actual truck and he was more than willing to do it. So I ordered another onesie.

July 31st, 2018

Please send a size small instead of medium, and send a note saying, “Congratulations! Love, Uncle Joe & Aunt Diane

July 20th, 2018

Great quality

July 4th, 2018

Thank you for the quick shipping. This is adorable.

July 2nd, 2018

It's nice. I am happy with it. Thanks!

June 28th, 2018

I didn't get to see it - the onesie I bought - was a gift, but my niece loved it! Thank you so much for the perfect gift!

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"The Hurricane Express" is the second of three Mascot serials Duke made in the early 1930's. The title refers to a RR locomotive. Duke's father, in the kiddie matinee aimed film, is an engineer whose train is deliberately crashed by a mysterious man, with an always covered face or mask of another, called "The Wrecker." Dad dies and Duke spends the remaining chapters vainly discovering the sociopath's identity until the concluding 12th installment. For his work on the serials Duke was paid $100 a week. The ubiquitous Charles King has a small part in the film, which I first saw on TV in the mid 1950's in Minneapolis/St.Paul. "The Wrecker's" identity is revealed in the final, fight filled chapter. He and his crew were after a shipment of gold. @2012 David Lee Guss Film homage, JW, The Hurricane Express, Mascot serial, 1932, 19th century locomotive, ghost town, Nevada City, Montana, 1971-2012

About David Lee Guss

David Lee Guss

I first became obsessed with photography and motion pictures while growing up in post WW2 Manila in the Philippine Islands in the late 1940's/early 1950's. Film noirs were a particular influence. But my first love remains the theater. I acted in numerous amateur productions from 1958 to 1978. In 1979 I earned a MA in drama from the University of Arizona; earlier getting a BA in English from the University of Minnesota, where I co-founded the first film society on campus and ran it for four years. While at the U of A, I studied with the master black and white photo essayist W. Eugene Smith (1918-1978) the last year of his life. I am the last person cited in Jim Hughes' definitive biography of Gene, as I wrote about attending his final...

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