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BONANZA comic book
BONANZA comic book
Most of the Bonanza comics were issued later by Gold Key and the early Dell issues featuring Adam (Pernell Roberts) are scarce and highly prized by Bonanza fans and collectors. This is the May-July 1962 Dell issue #01-070-207, original price 15 cents.
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RIDE THE CHAMPION amusement park horse ride
RIDE THE CHAMPION amusement park horse ride
Champion, the Wonder Horse, appeared with Gene Autry as his partner and sidekick throughout their legendary career in film, radio, and television. Throughout their careers, Gene Autry and Champion were featured in dime novels, children's stories, and comic books. Champion even received equal billing with Gene above the leading ladies on movie posters and lobby cards promoting Autry films. Always popular, Champion received thousands of fan letters each month, proving that the World's Wonder Horse was an important element in the Singing Cowboy's success.

Presented here is a wonderful amusement park horse ride featuring Champion, for children under 12 only, original price 10 cents per ride.



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Rin Tin Tin comic book
Rin Tin Tin comic book
Dell 4-color #476 from 1953 is the second issue published of Rin Tin Tin. Beautiful front and back cover photos! Original price 10 cents.
125.00Sold
Seeburg Wall-O-Matic wallbox jukebox model 3W100
Seeburg Wall-O-Matic wallbox jukebox model 3W100
Original Seeburg Wall-O-Matic wallbox jukebox model 3W100, serial number 3480, with 100 selections. This wallbox came out approximately in 1960, but it will work on any of the Seeburg jukeboxes from the 50s and early 60s that has a working receiver. The insides are basically the same as a Seeburg 3W1 Wall-O-Matic. The wallbox works on coins and has been set up for 3 plays for a quarter, 1 play for a dime or 2 nickels. As with most wallboxes, the wallbox can be reprogrammed for other coin combinations. The wallbox is complete with coin acceptor and coin box. The wallbox apprears to have the original lock (Seeburg key S 034). Note the pre-zip code stamp which dates this to the 1950s or early 1960s.
495.00Sold
TELEVISION WEEK magazine - Elvis Presley cover
TELEVISION WEEK magazine - Elvis Presley cover
a very young [and sober?] Elvis Presley appears on the cover of this 1956 TV program guide
495.00Sold
"GODZILLA" movie poster
incredible Godzilla movie poster: Italian, dated 1956: Jewell Enterprises: linen-backed. This Italian version of the poster is considered to have the finest artwork of any of the Godzilla posters.
2500.00Sold
"Liz as Cleopatra" signed Andy Warhol print
In 1962, Andy Warhol created "Liz as Cleopatra", a silkscreen and synthetic polymer paint on canvas. It had multiple repeating images of Elizabeth Taylor in her most famous movie role. This is a reproduction of that artwork, signed by the artist [lower right] in black marker, and professionally framed.
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"Liz" by Andy Warhol
One of Andy Warhol’s first screen prints, Liz is especially important because it marks the beginning of the artist’s fascination with celebrity imagery in his print works. From an edition of approximately 300, this offset lithograph was created in 1964-65 and published by Leo Castelli Gallery. Signed and dated on the lower right.
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"That Girl Gina" (Lollobrigida) magazine
small sized magazine chock full of sexy Gina Lollobrigida pix
125.00Buy
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1959 Fleer Three Stooges trading cards: Moe, Larry, and Curly
1959 Fleer Three Stooges trading cards: Moe, Larry, and Curly
The Three Stooges were an American comedy team of the early to mid–20th century best known for their numerous short subject films. They started in 1925 as part of a raucous vaudeville act called "Ted Healy and his Stooges". Their hallmark was physical farce and extreme slapstick. In 1930, Ted Healy and his Stooges appeared in their first Hollywood feature film, "Soup to Nuts". In 1933, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) signed Healy and his Stooges to a movie contract. In 1934, the team's contract with MGM expired, and the Stooges parted professional company with Healy. The trio – now officially christened "The Three Stooges" – signed on to appear in two-reel comedy short subjects for Columbia Pictures. Some 50 years after their last short film was released, the Three Stooges remain wildly popular with audiences. Their films have never left the television airwaves since first appearing in 1958, and they continue to delight old fans while attracting a new legion of fervent admirers.

A handful of Three Stooges shorts first aired on television in 1949, on the American Broadcasting Company (ABC) network. In January 1958, Columbia's television subsidiary, Screen Gems, offered a package consisting of 78 Stooge shorts which were well received. Almost immediately, an additional 40 shorts hit the market, and by 1959, all 190 Stooge shorts were airing regularly on television.

In films, the Stooges were commonly known by their first names: "Moe, Larry, and Curly". "The Three Stooges" film trio was originally composed of Moe Howard, brother Curly Howard, and Larry Fine. Shemp Howard replaced his brother Curly after Curly suffered a debilitating stroke in May 1946. After Shemp's death from a heart attack in November 1955, he was replaced by comedian Joe Besser. Joe DeRita (nicknamed "Curly Joe") replaced Joe Besser in 1958. The act regained momentum throughout the 1960s as popular kiddie fare until Larry Fine's paralyzing stroke in January 1970 effectively marked the end of the act proper.

The first and original set of Three Stooges trading cards were produced in 1959 by the F.H. Fleer company. The series was made up of 96 cards all featuring colorized scenes from many of their Columbia shorts. Underneath each picture was a one-liner representative of the scene being depicted. On the back sides were short pieces of Stooge trivia or comical quotes. Card #s 1, 2 and 3 feature head shots of Curly, Moe and Larry, and are the most sought after cards in the series.

Here is your chance to own all 3 of these rare trading cards, all authenicated and graded by PSA, in near mint to mint condition.

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Babe Ruth signed Spalding Sports Show mailer
Babe Ruth signed Spalding Sports Show mailer
Offered here is a promotional program for the Spalding Sports Show hosted by the world's most famous baseball player, Babe Ruth. Very few of these brochures have survived the ages and what makes this one special is that it was signed by the Babe himself. The program is in excellent condition and the signature is a "10"! Comes with certificate of authenticity.
3500.00Buy
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BATMAN 3-ring vinyl looseleaf binder
BATMAN 3-ring vinyl looseleaf binder
BATMAN 3-ring vinyl looseleaf paper binder, die-cut at the bottom border to match Batman's cape
495.00Buy
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BATMAN and Robin vinyl wallet
BATMAN and Robin vinyl wallet
mid-1960s era vinyl Batman and Robin wallet
495.00Buy
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BATMAN Card Game by Ideal
BATMAN Card Game by Ideal
Batman and Robin dominated toy merchandising in the mid-1960s. While the television series was becoming an instant phenomenon, Batman was popping up on every product imaginable. Here is an eye-popping, mint condition Batman card game from Ideal. The original cellophane still covers the inside of the game and all of the cards, game board, and pieces are complete and untouched. The colorful box cover is also perfect. It appears identical to the day it first appeared on the toy store shelves. This fabulous display piece is pristine and unimprovable, with graphics that epitomize the Batman of the 1960s!
495.00Buy
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BATMAN Fire King coffee cup
BATMAN Fire King coffee cup
Fire King coffee cup with the famous Batman logo on one side and a "Batman in action" illustration on the other
175.00Buy
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BATMAN paperback comic book
BATMAN paperback comic book
the 'dynamic duo' seem to jump off the delicious red cover of this paperback-style comic book
175.00Buy
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BEATLE WIG toy
BEATLE WIG toy
The Beatles revolutionized pop music with their unique melodic sound. But their pop culture status went far beyond just music. Their style caused controversy and changed fashion across the board – and that included their haircuts. The mop-top cut (so called because the long, stringy hair style resembled the strands of a mop) was unlike anything people had seen before. Traditional cuts had been short and neat, carefully held in place with copious amounts of Brylcreem. The Beatles haircuts were originally styled by Astrid Kircher, the girlfriend to original Beatles bassist Stuart Sutcliffe, and herself a rock photographer. The outrageous new cuts were long enough to touch ears, collars, and fall into the eyes.

When the Beatles came to America and found fame and fortune, they also found that kids were quickly copying their hair cuts. Boys rebelled against their parents and teachers by styling their hair long and loose to mimic their idols. But they met resistance. Viewed as a stance against authority, Beatles haircuts were banned in schools, and parents forbid their children to get the cut. But all was not lost. If the hair style was truly out of your reach, you could always buy a Beatles wig. That way, you could still rock out with your favorite band at the concert, but go home as a conservative young man to mom and dad.

Presented here is a rare original and "the only" Authentic Beatle Wig, made by the Lowell Toy Mfg. Corp., Bronx 56, NY. [The pre-zip code header card dates this to the early 1960s.] Very few of these have survived and even fewer in the original packaging. Maybe a handful of these exist in this condition today.
1200.00Buy
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Beatles 3-ring looseleaf binder
Beatles 3-ring looseleaf binder
I've seen other examples of this vinyl-covered looseleaf binder, but they were pretty badly battered, torn, and scribbled upon. They did, after all, receive daily (ab)use by rowdy schoolchildren! This is the nicest one I've ever seen and also the first one I`ve seen in this rich pink color. The little girl who owned this must have been an A+ home economics student and/or a Beatles fanatic because this book is spotless! Excellent graphics, great pictures and facsimile signatures of the "fab four".
795.00Buy
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Beatles 45 rpm record
Beatles 45 rpm record
"And I Love Her"/"If I Fell" single 45 rpm Capitol recording of two of The Beatles` most famous love songs, in appealing original aquatinted cover
375.00Buy
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Beatles pinback
Beatles pinback
awesome "Official Beatles Fan" pinback from the heyday of the fab four, 3" diameter
195.00Buy
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Beatles pinback
Beatles pinback
awesome "Official Beatles Fan" pinback from the heyday of the fab four, 4" diameter
295.00Buy
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Beatles postcard
Beatles postcard
great vintage postcard of the lads from Liverpool wearing their groovy lapel-less suits against an orange background with facsimile signatures of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr
295.00Buy
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Beatles sheet music
Beatles sheet music
'I Saw Her Standing There' by The Beatles sheet music
250.00Buy
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Beatles
Beatles "Official Coloring Book"
unused, untouched by crayons, Beatles coloring book; nice yellow cover with graphics and photos on the front, photos and facsimile signatures on the back
375.00Buy
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CBS TV sports camera truck sign
CBS TV sports camera truck sign
rare vintage CBS TV reflective logo sign that came from the side of a camera crew truck, probably filming at sporting events
295.00Buy
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Chubby Checker
Chubby Checker "Limbo Party" LP record
Chubby Checker "Limbo Party" LP record. Parkway SP 7020 in the rare Stereo format. Includes "Limbo Rock" and 11 more limbo and calypso songs. A must for your next limbo dance party!

150.00Buy
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CIMARRON STRIP comic book
CIMARRON STRIP comic book
Stuart Whitman was the star of this short lived CBS western. This is Dell #1, the one and only issue of the comic book. Frank Springer art. Original price 12 cents.
125.00Buy
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circus clown toy prize vending machine
circus clown toy prize vending machine
original clown head 25 cent prize capsule machine; works perfectly and includes the original marquis card and prizes
1800.00Buy
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COUNTDOWN Movie Classic comic book
COUNTDOWN Movie Classic comic book
Dell COUNTDOWN Movie Classic comic book. Photo cover features a young James Caan from 1967. Co-starring Robert Duvall. A story of the space race. Original price 12 cents.
125.00Buy
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DINOSAURUS! Movie Classic comic book
DINOSAURUS! Movie Classic comic book
Dell 4-color #1120: DINOSAURUS! Movie Classic comic book. "Stone Age monsters return to life!" Based on the 1960 movie of the same name. Great cover art of dinosaurs destoying a constuction site. Original price 10 cents.
95.00Buy
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Elvis Presley
Elvis Presley "Paradise, Hawaiian Style" LP record
Elvis Presley "Paradise, Hawaiian Style" 1966 soundtrack LP.
195.00Buy
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Elvis Presley playing card-size calendar
Elvis Presley playing card-size calendar
At the height of Elvis Presley`s career in 1968, RCA produced these full color calendars featuring a photographic head shot and facsimile autograph of "the King". Every young girl`s wallet featured Elvis in the first slot and her boyfriend next. I have a few dozen of these; let me know how many you want!
40.00Buy
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Fury comic book
Fury comic book
Nice copy of the 1959 Dell #1031 4-color comic book based on the popular 1955-1966 TV show about a boy and his horse named Fury. The show co-starred Peter Graves who would later find fame as the star of television's Mission Impossible. Original price 10 cents.
95.00Buy
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hand painted wood carnival game of skill advertising sign
hand painted wood carnival game of skill advertising sign
hand painted double-sided wood folk art carnival "25 cents to play" sign advertising a game of skill and a chance to win a prize
395.00Buy
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Hopalong Cassidy Popcorn can
Hopalong Cassidy Popcorn can
wonderfully graphic "Hopalong Cassidy's Favorite Pop Corn" can, a smiling Hopalong graces the front; I have never seen another one of these
495.00Buy
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Howdy Doody's Christmas film in original box
Howdy Doody's Christmas film in original box
Howdy Doody's Christmas home movie film in original graphic cardboard box, by Castle Films
195.00Buy
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I Love Lucy comic book
I Love Lucy comic book
October-December 1958 Dell issue #21 of the original I Love Lucy comic book, original price 10 cents.

125.00Buy
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JFK birthday party invitation
JFK birthday party invitation
rare and important program/invitation to JFK's scandalous star-studded Madison Square Garden birthday celebration at which Marilyn Monroe sang "Happy Birthday, Mr. President"...
after this evening, party guests and the media, and eventually, the American public, figured that President Kennedy and Marilyn were probably "doing it"
2400.00Buy
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Joe DiMaggio/Lionel Trains television advertisement
Joe DiMaggio/Lionel Trains television advertisement
four-page promotional flyer for "The Joe DiMaggio Show", a weekly television show sponsored by Lionel Trains
595.00Buy
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Lassie comic book
Lassie comic book
Lassie was a wonderful collie dog who became a movie and television star in the 1950s. The front and back cover is shown of this scarce and beautiful 52 page Dell comic book, MGM's Lassie, issue #2. Original price 10 cents.
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Leave it to Beaver comic book
Leave it to Beaver comic book
A hard-to-find copy of the very first Leave it to Beaver comic book, issue #1, Dell Four Color #912, dated 1958, based on the popular TV show. A great full-color cover image of Jerry Mathers and Tony Dow. Original price 10 cents.

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Leave it to Beaver comic book
Leave it to Beaver comic book
A hard-to-find copy of the second Leave it to Beaver comic book, issue #2, Dell Four Color #999, dated 1959, based on the popular TV show. A great full-color cover image of Jerry Mathers and Tony Dow. Original price 10 cents.

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Leave it to Beaver comic book
Leave it to Beaver comic book
A hard-to-find copy of the third Leave it to Beaver comic book, issue #3, Dell Four Color #1103, dated 1960, based on the popular TV show. A great full-color cover image of Jerry Mathers and Tony Dow. Original price 10 cents.
125.00Buy
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Leave it to Beaver comic book
Leave it to Beaver comic book
A hard-to-find copy of the fourth Leave it to Beaver comic book, issue #4, Dell Four Color #1191, dated 1961, based on the popular TV show. A great full-color cover image of Jerry Mathers and Tony Dow. Original price 15 cents.
125.00Buy
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Leave it to Beaver comic book
Leave it to Beaver comic book
A hard-to-find copy of the sixth and last Leave It To Beaver comic book, issue #6, Dell Four Color #01-428-207, dated 1962. A great full-color cover image of Jerry Mathers. Original price 15 cents.
125.00Buy
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Leave it to Beaver TV ERAS-O-PICTURE book
Leave it to Beaver TV ERAS-O-PICTURE book
rare vintage Leave it to Beaver children's coloring and activity book with "Magic Screen"
200.00Buy
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Marilyn Monroe/Joe DiMaggio wedding photograph
Marilyn Monroe/Joe DiMaggio wedding photograph
According to her autobiography, Marilyn Monroe did not want to meet Joe DiMaggio, fearing he was a stereotypical jock. Both were at different points in their lives: the just-retired Joe wanted to settle down; Marilyn's career was taking off. Their elopement at San Francisco City Hall on January 14, 1954 was the culmination of a courtship that had captivated the nation. The relationship was complex, marred by his jealousy and her ambition. She filed for divorce on grounds of mental cruelty 274 days after the wedding.

DiMaggio re-entered Marilyn's life as her marriage to Arthur Miller was ending. On February 10, 1961, he secured her release from Payne Whitney Psychiatric Clinic. She joined him in Florida where he was a batting coach for the Yankees. Their "just friends" claim did not stop remarriage rumors from flying. Reporters staked out her apartment building. Bob Hope dedicated Best Song nominee "The Second Time Around" to them at the 33rd Academy Awards.

Marilyn Monroe was found dead on August 5, 1962. Her death was deemed a probable suicide but has been the subject of endless conspiracy theories. A devastated Joe DiMaggio claimed her body and arranged her funeral, barring Hollywood's elite. He had a half-dozen red roses delivered 3 times a week to her crypt for 20 years. Unlike her other two husbands or others who knew her (or claimed to), he refused to talk about her publicly or otherwise exploit their relationship. He never remarried.

Offered here is a marvelous and rare United Press Telephoto taken in the judge's chamber moments after the smiling couple were declared "man and wife".


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NOW magazine (Marilyn Monroe/Joe DiMaggio cover)
NOW magazine (Marilyn Monroe/Joe DiMaggio cover)
The marriage of Marilyn Monroe to baseball great Joe DiMaggio didn't last very long, but it certainly created a lot of photo opportunities and fodder for gossip magazines!! Here is a beautifully preserved copy of "Now" magazine, dated January 1954, with the two lovebirds on the cover in full blazing color.
900.00Buy
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original Woodstock Music Festival unused 3 day ticket
original Woodstock Music Festival unused 3 day ticket
Woodstock was a music festival, billed as An Aquarian Exposition, held at Max Yasgur's 600 acre dairy farm in the rural town of Bethel, New York from August 15 to August 18, 1969. Bethel is 43 miles southwest of the village of Woodstock, New York, in adjoining Ulster County.

The festival exemplified the counterculture of the late 1960s/early 1970s and the "hippie era". Thirty-two of the best-known musicians of the day appeared during the sometimes rainy weekend in front of nearly half a million concertgoers. Although attempts have been made over the years to emulate the festival, the original event has proven to be unique and legendary. It is widely regarded as one of the greatest moments in popular music history and was listed on Rolling Stone's 50 Moments That Changed the History of Rock and Roll.

Presented here is an incredible original unused ticket to the Woodstock Music Festival.
750.00Buy
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pair of Walt Disney home movie cartoons in original boxes
pair of Walt Disney home movie cartoons in original boxes
a pair of Walt Disney home movie cartoon films, one featuring Mickey Mouse and one featuring Donald Duck, in their original boxes
395.00Buy
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PERRY MASON comic book
PERRY MASON comic book
First of just two issues of the seldom seen comic book based on the Perry Mason television detective show starring Raymond Burr. Issue dated June-Aug 1964. Original price 12 cents.
150.00Buy
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PERRY MASON comic book
PERRY MASON comic book
Second of just two issues of the seldom seen comic book based on the Perry Mason television detective show starring Raymond Burr. Issue dated Oct-Dec 1964. Original price 12 cents.
150.00Buy
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Roy Rogers comic book
Roy Rogers comic book
Roy and Trigger appear on another beautiful Dell Roy Rogers comic book, issue #43 from July 1951, original price 10 cents.
125.00Buy
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Roy Rogers comic book
Roy Rogers comic book
Dell's July 1948 issue #7 of Roy Rogers comics. Wonderful cover photo of Roy and his horse Trigger. Original price 10 cents.
125.00Buy
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Roy Rogers comic book
Roy Rogers comic book
52 page Dell Roy Rogers comic book, December 1950, issue #36. The bucking bronco is movie cowboy Roy Roger's favorite horse Trigger. Just my opinion but I think this is the best Roy Rogers cover ever. Original price 10 cents.
175.00Buy
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Sea Hunt comic book
Sea Hunt comic book
October-December 1960 Sea Hunt #7 comic book based on the TV show starring Lloyd Bridges. A beauty with Bridges as Mike Nelson on the cover in his scuba gear. Original price 10 cents.


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The Beatles FLIP YOUR WIG Game
The Beatles FLIP YOUR WIG Game
Vintage Milton Bradley "Flip Your Wig" board game endorsed by The Beatles. Originally sold for $2.98 in stores back when the Fab Four first invaded America 48 summers ago in 1964, this interesting game with its eye-catching box features our idols: John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr and George Harrison. Today it remains one of the most striking and sought after display pieces among Beatles collectors.

975.00Buy
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THE UNTOUCHABLES comic book
THE UNTOUCHABLES comic book
Dell 12-879-210 was the last of only 4 issues published of The Untouchables comic book based on the popular TV show. Robert Stack is on the cover. Original price 12 cents.
125.00Buy
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Topps BEATLES COLOR PHOTOS trading cards display box
Topps BEATLES COLOR PHOTOS trading cards display box
In the mid-sixties, at the height of the Beatles' popularity, Topps [the makers of the baseball cards] manufactured and distributed non-sports trading cards of the fab four. This empty box with terrific graphics and photos once held 24 five-cent wax packs of Beatles "Color Photos" trading cards plus, of course, a stick of bubble gum in each pack!!
595.00Buy
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Topps BEATLES COLOR PHOTOS trading cards wrapper
Topps BEATLES COLOR PHOTOS trading cards wrapper
Picture this, if you will...it`s 1964 -- a kid goes into the neighborhood candy store and buys a pack of these cards for a nickel. As he opens the pack, instead of crumpling up the wrapper and throwing it away, he decides that it is worth saving. He is, after all, a child with an artistic sensibility, and he likes the picture. He carefully unfolds the wrapper and places it between the pages of an encyclopedia for safekeeping.

No, my friends, this is not an autobiography, just a guess at how this delicate wrapper may have survived in such fine condition. A companion piece to the Topps Beatles Color Photos display box, this wrapper once held five Topps Beatles trading cards and a stick of gum.
175.00Buy
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TV Guide magazine - Batman cover
TV Guide magazine - Batman cover
One of the two all-time champion comic book heroes, Batman became a 1960s icon and television star. On January 12, 1966, ABC television aired the first episode of Batman, starring Adam West as the "Caped Crusader". Here is a stunning example of Batman's first appearance on a TV Guide cover, issue dated March 26 - April 1, 1966.
395.00Buy
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TV Guide magazine - Monkees cover
TV Guide magazine - Monkees cover
TV Guide magazine featuring rock 'n' roll group The Monkees
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TV Guide magazine - Mrs. John F. Kennedy cover
TV Guide magazine - Mrs. John F. Kennedy cover
It has been said that television was greatly responsible for JFK's victory over Richard Nixon in the 1960 presidential race. The Kennedy-Nixon debates were the first ever to be televised and the American public favored the handsome young Kennedy over the sneering, idiosyncratic Nixon. America also fell in love with their glamorous new first lady. This is her first appearance on the cover of TV Guide with others to follow.
475.00Buy
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TV Guide magazine - Star Trek cover
TV Guide magazine - Star Trek cover
TV guide magazine from 1967 with William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy of Star Trek on the cover
250.00Buy
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TV guide magazines - Jerry Mathers/Leave it to Beaver covers
TV guide magazines - Jerry Mathers/Leave it to Beaver covers
A pair of two different hard-to-find local TV Guides, both of which feature Jerry Mathers in Leave It To Beaver on the cover. The first is the August 9, 1959 issue of a Portland, Oregon TV Prevue; the second is the January 2, 1960 issue of an Indianapolis TV News.

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TV Times - Andy Griffith/Ron Howard (Opie) cover
TV Times - Andy Griffith/Ron Howard (Opie) cover
A hard-to-find copy of the November 25, 196-? issue of the Los Angeles Times TV TIMES guide, which features a great full-color Andy Griffith/Ron Howard (Opie) cover.
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TV WEEK magazine - Jerry Mathers /Leave it to Beaver cover
TV WEEK magazine - Jerry Mathers /Leave it to Beaver cover
A hard-to-find copy of the February 18, 1961 issue of the Chicago Daily Tribune TV Week guide which features Jerry Mathers of Leave It To Beaver on the cover.


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YOGI BEAR comic book
YOGI BEAR comic book
Hey there it's Yogi Bear's Birthday Party and all your Hanna-Barbera favorites are on hand for the celebration. Dell 4-color issue #1271. Original price 15 cents.

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"A Streetcar Named Desire" movie poster
Vivien Leigh literally claws the shirt off of Brando`s back on this sizzling banner-style [20" x 80"] movie poster for the 1951 blockbuster screen adaptation of the Tennessee Williams play for which he won his first Pulitzer Prize in 1948. Museum-quality conserved and beautifully framed in silver.

These enormous banner-style movie posters were created for drive-in theatres only and were obviously meant to attract people as they drove by in their automobiles. Drive-in banners are unique in the world of movie poster collecting with very few known to exist.
2800.00Buy
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"BEACH PARTY" movie poster
Beach Party one-sheet movie poster. This was a 1963 American International comedy starring Bob Cummings, Dorothy Malone, Frankie Avalon, Annette Funicello, and Morey Amsterdam, and featured Dick Dale and the Del Tones. This movie has achieved cult classic status especially in the surfing community and the movie poster is a favorite among collectors. Wonderfully colorful and lively graphics.
1295.00Buy
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"DARE" magazine
Small format magazine with sexy pin-up girls and articles on "SEX, HYSTERIA, and MARS INVADES EARTH!" October 1954 issue, original price 10 cents.
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"Diet and Calorie Guide" (Cyd Charisse cover)
small sized promotional magazine for Hollywood bread; excellent Cyd Charisse cover with 1950's graphics
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"DRACULA" movie poster
Awesome banner-style [24" x 82"...almost seven feet across!] poster for the 1947 Universal Pictures re-release of "Dracula" starring Bela Lugosi in the role that made him famous. Superb, haunting, larger-than-life photographic image of Lugosi dominates the left side of the banner. Museum-quality conserved and framed (black).

These enormous banner-style posters were displayed at drive-in movie theatres only and were obviously meant to attract people as they passed by in their automobiles. Drive-in banners are unique in the world of movie poster collecting with very few known to exist.
2800.00Buy
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"FILMS in Review" magazine (Marilyn Monroe cover)
a half-undressed Marilyn Monroe graces the cover of this film guide dated June/July 1963
375.00Buy
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"FOOTBALL PARADE of the YEAR 1947" home movie film
Castle Films "Football Parade of the Year 1947", a home projector film reel, in original box with excellent period football graphics
275.00Buy
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"HOW TO SHOOT FOR GLAMOUR" by Carl Bakal
hardcovered photography instructional guide with great cover and excellent "glamour" photos and nudes inside
275.00Buy
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"PSYCHO" by Robert Bloch
First printing of this rarely seen paperback, published in July 1960 by Crest Books. Ominous WARNING on the back cover reads "This book is not to be read at night. Especially if you are alone." The Alfred Hitchcock screen adaptation of this book is possibly the greatest horror movie in the history of cinema...remember the shower scene? [paperback, 159 pages]
195.00Buy
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"THE ADDAMS FAMILY" by Jack Sharkey
1st edition paperback book based on the popular 1960s era TV television show, original price 50 cents
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"THE MUMMY" home movie film
Castle Films "The Mummy", starring Boris Karloff in one of his most horrific roles; a home projector film reel complete in original box
275.00Buy
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a closet full of games and toys with a shelf devoted to Fred Flintstone bowling pins
Beatles magazines, sports magazines, and Yoo Hoo!
Chubby Checker Limbo Party LP on a rare Arne Jacobsen
Yogi Berra for Doodle Oil, a Dracula movie poster, and more
'Streetcar Named Desire' movie poster featured on the bedroom wall
   
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