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Classic Stars of TV or Film Lovers

This is for members who collect classic movie autographs.

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Started by Sheila. Last reply by BEN GREGO Jul 8. 26 Replies

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Authentic Julie Andrews?? Please Help!

Started by Cris AutoCollector99. Last reply by Joe W. Jan 28. 1 Reply

Hi everyone!I bought this Julie Andrews autograph over a year ago, but I feel weird about it...What are your thoughts??Thank you!!P.SI included a negative photo of "Andrews", since the signature is…Continue

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Just listed a Treasure Trove of 40's-60's TV & Film stars. RARE pics and autographs.

Started by Mateo Garcia. Last reply by Joe W. Dec 28, 2015. 1 Reply

I just listed a huge collection of super-rare, one of a kind pictures. Here on the AL site, In the "buy sell trade" category.And some great autographs.Mostly 40's thru 60's Film & TV stars.Done…Continue

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Comment by randy briggs on July 13, 2014 at 4:54pm

I love sending TTM for any and all classic actors and actresses etc.. Rita Moreno ,, always looking and trying for people and addresses ..if we help each other be wonderful .. good luck everyone :)

Comment by Del Bazemore on April 3, 2014 at 5:09pm

I've seen examples of Judy Garland's signature on how it changed during the years, and the reason I ask, is that I bought a Wizard of Oz soundtrack Lp from the 60's in a used record shop back in the 1980's, and was told it had been signed by Judy Garland from one of her concerts that this particular person had her sign.. but to me, it looks fake. The "J" in Judy is the suspicious one, and not too sure about "Garland" either. Is there a way to tell? I can post a picture of it if needed. Thanks..

Comment by Julie Snyder on May 14, 2013 at 8:29am

I pre-ordered these from the Hollywood Show as Haywood Nelson, Ernest Thomas ("What's Happening?") and Ron Ely ("Tarzan") attended the show last month (April 20-21, 2013).

Comment by Julie Snyder on January 20, 2013 at 11:08pm

I'm not sure if "The Karate Kid" would be classified as a classic movie. I do think Ralph did a terrific job in not only the first one, but its 2 sequels as well. I also liked him in "The Outsiders", which is, I think, his first film. Which is why I had him incorporate his line from "The Outsiders" to his "Karate Kid" photo when I met him at the Hollywood Show on April 24, 2010.

Comment by Julie Snyder on January 20, 2013 at 10:55pm

This was my fourth, and likely the last time I'll be able to attend the Hollywood Show. I had Nick (Nicholas) sign this on April 24, 2010. He was truly a delight to meet and chat with. As with the previous/ third time, I stayed at the Burbank Marriott Hotel the entire weekend, where the show was being held. While I was to fly home to Florida on thee Monday after the show, Nick was to fly home to Australia. On that day, I was able to sing "So Long, Farewell" to him as we parted ways. What a delight to do that!

Comment by Julie Snyder on January 20, 2013 at 10:42pm

This was my third attendance to the Hollywood Show. I had Jerry sign this on July 18, 2009.

 

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