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Old 05-02-03, 08:12 PM
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What is the most valuable autograph of dead Actor/Actress, what's it on?

Vincent Price of the horror movies, if you didn't know published a cook book, his autograph is on the first limited edition, it's in my Sentry burn proof safe. I have others but those are in the thousands or millions.

I don't know how many signed it in one 2 hour session, but the figure is very low.
I belive it's the most valuable personalized autograph that I own. What is yours?
Old 05-02-03, 09:19 PM
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None. Unless Ashley Judd has an unfortunate accident.
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Originally posted by lesterlong
None. Unless Ashley Judd has an unfortunate accident.
Just say the words.
Old 05-02-03, 10:50 PM
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I don't collect autographs - I think it's kinda nerdy. Although, I did have Bruce Campbell sign his McFarland "Ash" character doll thingy. I also got an autograph from Mr. T when I got my picture taken with him (I didn't have the balls to refuse it even though I'm taller than he is). I also have an autograph on an original manual from one of the first stereos by Mr. Macintosh the guy who invented stereo (so I'm told) - he used to live near my folks house and before he died, we (me and my pop) went up to his house and got his autograph). I also have a baseball signed by ex commish Pete Uberoth cuz my dad was a friend of his. Guess I do have alot of autographs - only ever asked for one though.
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I have Judy Garland on a melodrama program from NYC. Jack Dempsy on a menu from his resturant. Carl "Alfalfa" Switzer on a local business card. My grandfather gave them to me, he recieved them all in person. Alfalfa lived in my hometown untill he killed himself.
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My Grandfather worked at the Ritz Carlton Hotel in Boston and Mary Pickford was staying there. He was trying to get his courage up to ask her for her autograph but before he had the chance she came up to him and asked him for a picture of himself. He got one for her and then asked her for an autographed picture of herself. He still has it.

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