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    Mike Lackey played “Fred the Bum” in the cult film, Street Trash. He’s also an artist and comic book writer who’s worked for the major comic companies. Several years ago, he began work on a graphic novel based on the original Street Trash screenplay by writer / producer Roy Frumkes.

    Life tends to get in the way some times, so he didn’t get it finished in time for the Street Trash Cast Reunion we held at our Cinema Wasteland Movie and Memorabilia Expo the weekend of April 1-3, 2016. What he did do was gather up the first two parts of the story he’s working on and print them into a 48 page comic book with a few pages of original stuff to make it special for the CW Show attendees.

    Limited to 500 copies, each comic book contains an original sketch on the last “sketch and autograph” page from Mike Lackey. The Graphic novel will come out some time this year, but this cool little keepsake is a one of a kind.

    • $10.00
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    On 8x11” color poster art for the film, FORGOTTEN HEROES (1990). Boldly signed in black by William Smith.

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    Signed 3.25x5.25” B&W postcard. Boldly signed in black by Mamie VanDoren over the pre-printed signature on the postcard itself. The postcard itself has a bend about an inch down from the top but is in good overall condition. It’s been double matted to an overall 8x10” size for easy framing an display.

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    Popular leading man in 1940s Hollywood best known for villainous roles like The Mummy’s Tomb (1942), where he brought Lon Chaney Jr’s Kharis, the Mummy, back to life; The Mad Ghoul (1943) and The Amazing Mr. X (1948). Signed 8.25x10.75” book page featuring a 1943 MGM studio photo. Nice.

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    Great full color original 10x8” lobby photo from Rage (1966) pictured with costar Glenn Ford. Boldly signed in blue by Stella Stevens.

    • $25.00
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    Here we have an 11x14” B&W print of The X-Men comic book character “Storm” that was drawn by artist John Hebert in 2006 and boldly signed in black by him.

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    Here we have a 6x9” full color promo card from the 2004 remake of Dawn of the Dead signed by the films stars Michael Kelly (CJ), Ty Burnell (Steve), Jake Weber (Michael), and one more person that sadly, we just can’t remember who it is… Consider it a bonus mystery autograph.
    • $35.00
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    Darwood Kaye played “Waldo” in roughly 20 of the Hal Roach and MGM “Our Gang” and “Little Rascals” shorts in the late 1930s and 40s. Here we have him signed on an 14x11” lobby card reprint for the Little Rascals short, Second Childhood. It’s a generic card listing several of the kids, but none from the actual short that was advertised (with a little disclaimer that the kids listed may not appear in the titled short.) Another Rascal that’s no longer with us, Darwood signed nicely in a light area of the card.

    • $35.00
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    Here we have Eartha Kitt’s signature (in blue) on the cover of the Duchess Music Corporation sheet music to her version of the song, I WANT TO BE EVIL, that comes complete with music, lyrics, and a little photo of Kitt on the front where she signed.

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    TWIN TALES OF TERROR Double Feature Combo Poster (1972) A couple of imported thrillers on one bill:

    Director Michelle Lupo’s WEEKEND MURDERS (1970) aka Story of a Crime, teamed up with director Paolo Cauara’s BLACK BELLY OF THE TARANTULA (1971). The poster is tri-folded in good+ to Very Good overall condition and is signed “to Ken” by Black Belly star Barbara Bouchet. Will ship rolled.

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    Director Brett Thompson’s documentary on the films of Ed Wood, with Maila “Vampira” Nurmi, Delores Fuller, Paul Marco, Conrad Brooks, Loretta King, etc. Rolled original one-sheet po