TV Show Autograph Collectors


TV Show Autograph Collectors

A group for those who collect signatures from vintage television series; modern TV welcome as well

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Started by Scott Paul. Last reply by Scott Paul Oct 13. 28 Replies

One of my favorite television series in my High School years was Darren McGavin in Kolchak:The Night Stalker.  The main cast of the show was simple there was the star Darren McGavin, his long…Continue

My Batman cast signed photo.

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Started by Scott Paul. Last reply by Scott Paul Sep 18. 13 Replies

The Beverly Hillbillies aired on CBS from 1962 until 1971 cranking out a remarkable 274 episodes!  The main characters were Jed Clampet (Buddy Ebsen) his daughter Ellie May (Donna Douglas),…Continue

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Started by Scott Paul. Last reply by Scott Paul Oct 13, 2016. 2 Replies

The Bob Newhart Show remains one of my favorite television shows of my youth.  This is an 8x10 photograph of Bob Newhart.  Newhart actually had a first show in 1961 with the same title it was a…Continue

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Comment by Julie Snyder on February 3, 2013 at 5:53pm

The Mickey Mouse Club had several popular seriels; "The Hardy Boys", 3 "Spin and Marty" stories, "Corky and White Shadow" and "Annette". Roberta Shore was in the "Annette" seriel as Annette's nemesis. I attended the Orlando Autograph Show on Oct. 3, 1999 in order to meet original Mouseketeer Lonnie Burr. He and Doreen were supposed to have been there but both were no-shows. I was, however able to meet Roberta Shore, who expressed to me her disappointment that Doreen wasn't there.

Comment by Julie Snyder on February 3, 2013 at 5:29pm

Doreen Tracey was the third original Mouseketeer I was able to meet. This took place for the "Baby-Boom Bazaar" show at the Coliseum in St. Petersburg, FL over Memorial Day weekend in 1998. This was also the first time I didn't experience the nervous excitement that usually comes with meeting a celebrity, which was really nice.

Comment by Julie Snyder on February 3, 2013 at 5:16pm

Bobby Burgess was the second original Mouseketeer I was able to meet. He toured with the Lawrence Welk All-Stars which made a stop in Clearwater, FL in Feb. 1997. By this time I'd been able to purchase a "Bobby Mousekebear" from Annette Funicello's teddy bear company and had Bobby sign the foot after the show.

Comment by Julie Snyder on February 3, 2013 at 4:44pm

This was the very first original Mouseketeer that I was able to meet. Annette Funicello debuted her line of collectable teddy bears at Disneyland in June 1992. She had a feature article in "Teddy Bear & Friends" magazine August 1992 issue which she was also on the cover and it came out in time for me to take it with me in June. I couldn't purchase any of her bears at that time, but did have a "60 Years With You" Mickey Mouse doll which I also took with me, I had her sign both items that I'd brought.

Comment by Julie Snyder on February 3, 2013 at 4:08pm

Here's another one Tom Beetz obtained for me in person at the July 2010 Hollywood Show. I'd actually asked him to get one of Robert Fuller in the "Emergency" tv show, but he instead got this of Robert Fuller from the "Laramie" tv show. I don't know if that was the only selection at Mr. Fuller's table or not.

Comment by Mike P on February 2, 2013 at 7:50pm

One of the best episodes of a great series; thanks for sharing!

" wish to the corn-field"

Comment by Julie Snyder on February 2, 2013 at 1:10pm

Here's a terrific one I scored, for "Twilight Zone" afficionados. Back in the early 60s Bill(y) Mumy starred as Anthony Fremont in "It's a Good Life" about the demonic little boy who can read their minds/ hear their thoughts and wishes them away if they don't think good thoughts. Some 40 years later he reprises the role (as does Cloris Leachman, as his mother) in the sequel "It's Still a Good Life".  This time, Bill's real-life daughter, Liliana (who greatly resembles her dad), portrays his character's daughter, Audrey. Bill has this photo available on his website offering just his autograph. However, when he was at the Hollywood Show in Oct. 2008, he brought a stack of these which he'd had his daughter sign. Being a minor, her parents typically wouldn't allow her to sign autographs. I have a hunch, though, that perhaps with at least a suggestion I made to him via his guestbook (at the time) and perhaps others made the same suggestion, Bill and his wife allowed Liliana to sign a small stack of these for him to bring with him. I asked Bill if that was really her autograph and he said it was and that he had paid her to do this. I definately thanked him for that.   :)

Comment by Julie Snyder on February 2, 2013 at 3:48am

Here's another "Brady Bunch" alum I received ttm in June 1997 from Maureen McCormick, upon the release of her album. She's still got a terrific singing voice!

Comment by Julie Snyder on February 2, 2013 at 3:45am

Here's one I obtained IP from Jonathan Frakes in April 2009.

Comment by Julie Snyder on February 1, 2013 at 6:40pm

This was the first time I met Erin Gray on Oct. 3, 1999 in Orlando. I chose this photo of her days on "Silver Spoons".


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