Jack Horn – A Very Rare Announcement Card For a Group Show
Rare announcement card for a group show featuring work by Lynda Benglis and Louise Bourgeois among others, sold by Tree Frog Fine Books and Graphic Arts of Beaverton, OR, United States of America.
Jack stands out amongst his section by taking an interest in Red Harvest. In one scene, he even asked for an interpreter of Red’s speech; later in other scenes, Jack would frequently glance toward Red.
Early Life and Education
At fourteen, Horn left home to work as a cowboy in Santa Fe. Soon thereafter, his skills led him to join Pinkerton National Detective Agency where his keen ability to track people made him an invaluable member of their team.
Horn has also served as a mentor for numerous GLIAC athletes, such as Ryan Johnson who won two-time GLIAC Men’s Golf Athlete of the Year awards and Jordan Andrus and Brendan Seys (both former GLIAC Freshmen of the Year winners).
Horn was well known as a hero who could remain calm under pressure. After Isom Dart had been suspected of rustling cattle in Wyoming, Horn pursued and killed him – leaving all other suspected rustlers fearful that they too would be caught and scattered into hiding spots; Horn then tracked these men down, killing three more of them before tracking and killing three more of his own rustlers himself.
Horn was determined to pursue his musical dreams as an adult and earned his first gig with Pinkerton National Detective Agency after impressing them with his talent in tracking suspects. He worked his investigations in Colorado, Wyoming and other western states.
Tasha Schapiro hails from Newtown, Pennsylvania and studies under Professor Peter Kurau at Eastman. She has participated in All State, All Eastern, All National Ensembles as well as attended renowned institutions like Rafael Mendez Brass Institute and Kendall Betts Horn Camp.
She currently works as a teaching assistant at her school and sub-list member of Ocala Symphony Orchestra. In her free time, she enjoys exploring local coffee scenes and trying new recipes – with plans to pursue orchestral musicianry professionally in future.
Jack Horn was married to Mildred Rae Cohen and had two children and four siblings. On his death date in California he passed away.
Horn also suspected fellow cowboy Isom Dart of cattle rustling and tracked him back to his cabin where he found him hiding with two other armed associates – shooting Dart in the chest from miles away.
Jack stands out as the sole character besides Sam to show genuine interest in Red Harvest. He was the only one who asked for translation when speaking, and also the only one who sat next to Red Harvest during any group shot – showing that he respects and likes this kid despite their peers not caring as much for him.
Jack Horn was a highly successful entertainer who earned millions through live performances, radio shows, and television shows. Beginning his career as a violinist performing Vaudeville acts across the United States before transitioning into comedy; at his peak of success he was considered one of the most successful comedians ever and made millions during that period.
Horn was employed by Pinkerton National Detective Agency as an agent, known for his tracking abilities. The agency hired him and used him to perform investigations across western states like Colorado and Wyoming.
Vincent D’Onofrio plays Jack Horn the Hunter in The Magnificent Seven. Watch this new featurette below to gain more insight into this character and their part in the film.