A TOUR OF MY WONDERFUL AND IMPRESSIVE* MEMORABILIA COLLECTION

*β€” it is neither wonderful nor impressive but I already had too much done on it to just delete it. πŸ˜„ (All my Star Wars memorabilia can be found here: RANDOM STAR WARS STUFF AROUND MY HOUSE)
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    PRINTS AND LOBBY CARDS:
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    authentic still from the Ginger Rogers- Fred Astaire film Swing Time (1936)
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    Ninotchka (1939) lobby cards from Mexico, circa 1940
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    an original movie still from To Have and Have Not (1944) featuring Walter Brennen, Lauren Bacall, and Humphrey Bogart
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    an original lobby card for Designing Woman (1957), which starred Lauren Bacall and Gregory Peck and was directed by Vincent Minnelli
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    authentic still from The Graduate (1967), featuring Dustin Hoffman and Anne Bancroft
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    authentic still for Change of Habit (1969), featuring Mary Tyler Moore, Barbara McNair, and Jane Elliot
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    authentic press still for the sixth season of "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" (1970-1977)
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    set of authentic lobby cards for Mermaids (1990), which starred Cher, Winona Ryder, Christina Ricci, and Bob Hoskins
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    a press photo for television series The Torkelsons, which ran from 1991-1993
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    FILM CELLS, LITHOGRAPHS, AND POSTERS:
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    one of the lithograph prints I received when I pre-ordered Inside Out (2015) from the Disney Store
    I actually have a good many of the Disney lithographs ranging from Snow White to Star Wars, but I won't bore you with them.
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    an original half sheet poster from 1957's Bundle of Joy
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    an original half sheet poster from 1959's The Mating Game
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    a SDCC exclusive poster for the television series "How I Met Your Mother"
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    I also have double-sided theatrical posters for Beauty and the Beast (1991) and Rock-A-Doodle (1992)
    But I'm too tired to dig them out of the back of my closet.
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    my Breakfast at Tiffany's and Gone With the Wind posters that aren't authentic, but I just really like them.
    I also have a lot of other non-authentic prints hanging in the hallway but I was too lazy to take pictures of them. 😬
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    AUTOGRAPHED PIECES:
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    The top one is autographed by Lauren Bacall while the bottom one is autographed by Ms. Bacall, Eli Wallach, Jacqueline Bisset, and John Travolta
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    a Mirage cd booklet that's been autographed by Stevie Nicks, Mick Fleetwood, and John McVie
    I got it for a steal from a thrift store because "some moron tried to forge Stevie Nicks's signature". When I got it home, I went to take a closer look at it and discovered that there was another cd booklet in the case that was obscuring the other two signatures.
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    my Betty White signature and "Golden Girls" action figures
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    my beloved print signed by Allie Brosh
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    autographed cards from Garbage Pail Kids artists including the great Joe Simko
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    an autographed bookplate I received from the great author and editor Jennifer E. Smith as a thank you for pre-ordering Hello, Goodbye, and Everything In Between
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    an exclusive autographed print I received for pre-ordering Jessica Khoury's The Forbidden Wish
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    OTHER RANDOM THINGS I JUST KIND OF LOVE:
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    an exclusive print I got for preordering RenΓ©e Ahdieh's The Rose and the Dagger.
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    my set of Corpse Bride figures, minus Victor who I still need to fix after he took a tumble the other day
    You can also see most of my set of Power Ranger figures because I'm a nerd.
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    Hunger Games action figures
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    Newest additions:
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    Double sided theatrical poster
    Double sided theatrical poster
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