I've been wanting to get my three sons into the hobby, and I think their favorite movie trilogy is a worthy starting point. I see Christopher Lloyd does a lot of appearances lately. What about the rest? Is Crispin Glover a good signer? I've seen a few of his on ebay, but it seems like his would be fairly easy to forge. What about Michael J. Fox? I've never heard of him doing signings, but his signature appears often. presspasscollectibles on ebay has a beautiful 8x10 for sale, and it…Continue
I’m sure by now you all heard that rapper/actor Chris Brown is back in trouble with the law. No, he didn’t beat his on again/off again girlfriend Rhianna to a pulp. This time he actually punched a man. What I find odd about this is that he had a bodyguard with him. Isn’t that what you hire those guys for? Let them…Continue
I woke up this morning all prepared to watch football, read the Sunday paper, and relax. Then I got a phone call from my friend telling me that Lou Reed had died. He was 71, and had a liver transplant recently, so perhaps I shouldn’t have been as shocked as I was.
Most people probably only know Reed…Continue
Don't you hate it when you read a post, and then, a couple of months later, you wish you would have bookmarked it?
This is for the person looking for Bobby "Slick": Leonard's autograph, in person.
Check http://www.celebritybooksigningsandevents.com/events and scroll down. He is doing some appearances. I hope this finds the original collector. Thanks for reading!!
Three Dog Night holds a special place in my heart. As a kid, I remember family trips to my grandmother’s house. It was a two hour drive, and my stepdad only played cassettes by the following bands: The Beatles, Stones, CCR, Elton John, and Three Dog Night. Now, that’s a lot of great tunes, but you get tired…Continue
I have been offered two Walt Disney signed letters and one memo signed Walt.
After submitting them to Phil Sears I was told they are all fakes.
The text of the letters has been done on a computer (should have been a typewriter) and the letterhead is from 1930's Disney stationery and the letters are dated in the 1950's.
The signatures of course are also bogus.
I have them in a .pdf file and if anyone wants to see what they look like, send me an e mail at…Continue
As some of you know, my name is Steve Zarelli and I am an astronaut , cosmonaut and aviation autograph authenticator for RR Auction, JSA, SGC as well as dealers and collectors worldwide. I have been studying Neil Armstrong autographs for over…Continue
There’s a documentary out called The Trials of Muhammad Ali. It wasn’t all that interesting, but as a movie critic, I have to see all the movies. If you’re a fan of Ali, I’d suggest the documentary When We Were Kings.
There was an autograph story that was told in The Trials of…Continue
Adventures throughout the Mid Atlantic Nostalgia Con 2013
By Mark J Gross
Where else on Earth could you find a more classic and classy show featuring all together the likes of Ed Asner, Julie Newmar, Robert Loggia, Larry Storch, Johnny Crawaford, Elizabeth Shepherd, Jeff Connors, Diana Sowle, Conrad Brooks, Rusty Gilligan, and Margaret O’Brian? Plus some of the original Blob, a drive up of the Batcycle , the Batmobile and so much more from…Continue
I always hate when getting an autograph costs me money. Here are examples. If I’m interviewing an actor, I’ll want to buy a movie that they wrote or directed to have them autograph, because they’ll like that a lot more than the big blockbuster they had little to do with.
When I’m going for a musician I…Continue
The only known fully signed Beatles "White Album"...(so far)... is going up for auction on November 22, 2013.at TRACKSContinue
I’ve always enjoyed film festivals. As a movie critic, it’s just great to mingle with the filmmakers and listen to them talk about their films. As an autograph collector, it’s fun to have them sometimes sign a DVD.
At the San Diego Film Festival (in full swing if you’re in the area), I was talking to…Continue
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