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FESS PARKER LP SIGNED AUTOGRAPH WESTWARD HO, THE WAGONS! WALT DISNEY 1956

Parker, Fess LP Signed Autograph Westward Ho, The Wagons! Walt Disney 1956
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Parker, Fess LP Signed Autograph Westward Ho, The Wagons! Walt Disney 1956
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Parker, Fess LP Signed Autograph Westward Ho, The Wagons! Walt Disney 1956
THIS IS AN AUTHENTICALLY AUTOGRAPHED LP BY FESS PARKER..

WALT DISNEY'S WESTWARD GO THE WAGONS!-RELEASED IN 1956-(DISNEYLAND WDL 4008)STARRING FESS PARKER WITH THE ORIGINAL CAST OF THE MOTION PICTURE-LP HAS ORIGINAL SCENES ON BACK COVER-FRONT COVER IS SIGNED BY FESS PARKER-CONDITION OF VINYL,COVER, AND AUTOGRAPH IS USED.

Westward Ho, the Wagons! is a 1956 live-action Disney western film, aimed at family audiences. Based on Mary Jane Carr's novel Children of the Covered Wagon, the film was produced by Bill Walsh, directed by William Beaudine, and released to theatres on December 20, 1956 by Buena Vista.

Summary: A wagon train must find another way than fighting to cross hostile Pawnee territory in 19th Century America. Fess Parker, Kathleen Crowley, Karen Pendleton, Cubby O'Brien, Tommy Cole, and Brand Stirling Fess Parker, Kathleen Crowley, Karen Pendleton, Cubby O'Brien, Tommy Cole, and Brand Stirling

A small group of families join together to travel to Oregon in 1846. Their leader is ostensibly James Stephen (George Reeves), who has made the trip before, and is now bringing his family along. John Grayson (Fess Parker), known as Doc for his ambition to study medicine, however, proves to be the real leader of the wagon train.

The pioneers deal with the elements and occasional raids, but after hostile Pawnees drive off their spare horses, they realize they may not make it to the Oregon Territory. While stopping at Fort Laramie, the pioneer children make friends with Sioux children. After the Sioux chief's son is injured in an accident, Doc Grayson helps heal him, earning the trust of the Sioux. As the story ends, the Sioux warriors escort the wagon train safely through Pawnee territory.