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Old 03-02-2012, 09:35 PM
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Rocky collects 55 Dodger cards and continue to talk about Rube Walker-after he dies the cards were placed at his grave site
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Old 03-05-2012, 11:08 PM
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Mask featured a lot of 50s Brooklyn dodgers...

As an aside okmaybent...which store? I spent a ton of time at stores in the valley and even worked for a few...btw, I miss max...a truly good guy to me over the years.

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Old 03-06-2012, 02:26 PM
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Dave Hamilton and I (Eric Cooper) started All Star Cards Ltd on Sherman Way in Van Nuys and also established the West Coast Card Club. Those were fun times with Clay Hill, David Koehler, Wes, Will Davis, Al Savage, Tony Galovich and of course one of the true hobby pioneer's... R.I.P. Goody.
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Old 03-06-2012, 10:08 PM
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That the one that was near the Toys R Us? I loved that store...bought my first t206 there (still have it...a very nice Bergen). I worked at Tripleplay on Riverside in the early '90s and with Max shortly around the same time. I remember Goody at shows and Dave Koehler sounds familiar too.

Good times. Cheap cards!

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Old 03-07-2012, 03:42 AM
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That the one that was near the Toys R Us? I loved that store...bought my first t206 there (still have it...a very nice Bergen). I worked at Tripleplay on Riverside in the early '90s and with Max shortly around the same time. I remember Goody at shows and Dave Koehler sounds familiar too.

Good times. Cheap cards!

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Old 03-07-2012, 06:53 AM
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Not vintage but watched the new Will Ferrell movie "Everything Must Go" on HBO the other night, his prized posession was a 1978 signed Yankees World Series ball.
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Spotted a Willie Mosconie exhibition poster in the background of the Hustler with Paul Newman and Jackie GLeason...I picked up the same poster last May at Brimfield....Also there was a trophy case in the background one of the pool halls.

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Not sports props but I watched "Arsonic and Old Lace" for the 20th time. Best comedy of all time starring Cary Grant. In the very beginning of the movie there is a quick shot of a real baseball game of the Brooklyn Dodgers at home. Not sure if the game is from 43 or 44 but the movie dated 1944. If you've never seen it, watch what a comedy is really suppose to be. Not the childish, boorish things they make today that they call comedy. Sorry for the slightly off topic post. Back to your regular scheduled program.
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Not sports props but I watched "Arsonic and Old Lace" for the 20th time. Best comedy of all time starring Cary Grant. In the very beginning of the movie there is a quick shot of a real baseball game of the Brooklyn Dodgers at home. Not sure if the game is from 43 or 44 but the movie dated 1944. If you've never seen it, watch what a comedy is really suppose to be. Not the childish, boorish things they make today that they call comedy. Sorry for the slightly off topic post. Back to your regular scheduled program.
It's now 2nd in my Netflix queue...behind season 1 of Wiseguy!
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not a movie but a tv show. an episode of seinfeld, where jerry gives away his knicks tickets, and kramer comes up with the idea of making your own pizza pie, jerry has a baseball glove with a ball inside mounted on the wall above his computer.

also cheers obviously had a bunch of memorabilia in sams office.

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