Dick Jones signed page.  Obtained in person.  Mr. Jones was only 4 years old when dubbed "the worlds youngest Trick Roper and Rider".  It was at a rodeo that Hoot Gibson discovered him and helped him to get his first film with Al Jolson called "Wonder Bar".  He was featured in various westerns when Walt Disney personally chose him to be the voice of Pinocchio. After serving in WWII, Gene Autry hired him to for more films.  In TV, he was in shows such as "Range Rider" and "Buffalo Bill Jr".  He also worked in Radio.