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Old 02-20-2013, 02:59 PM
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In 'Mask', Rocky collected Brooklyn Dodgers baseball cards. If I remember correctly, he had them pinned to a wall or bulletin board.
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Default Incredible Stained Glass Windows

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Spotted these stained glass windows about 3/8ths the way thru the 1981 movie Chariots of Fire...on the right is a cricket player and though the one on the left wasn't fully visible it was certain to be a football (soccer) player...Extremely English but absolutely incredible nevertheless...They were in a Victorian restaurant where the character takes a date...or I should say moves in on the girl his roommate was smitten by. Below a shot of the maître d' standing in front of them to illustrate their girth

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Default Hartland Statues in a Movie

I have in my records somewhere about a movie or TV show where some kid had a few Hartland statues on his bureau. Berra was one was as I recall.

Anyone remember or know about this?

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Just watched the 1951 version of The Day The Earth Stood Still. Sorry I can't do screen captures, but in the little boys room(Bobby), beside the door hangs a catcher's mask. Probably a youth mask, but still nice to see.
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I walked by a set before they started filming a couple of weeks ago in Savannah and took a picture of this.
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Needful things was mentioned earlier in post it was a 1956 Mantle tempting a kid who had all the other 56 Yankees. The biggest Prop ever in Movies/TV was The series Royal Pains The main Character walks in a house where Two T206 Wagner's are displayed in the front hall of a Hampton's home.
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Had an old episode of Perry Mason (1957-58, season 1, episode 25) on TV the other night -- "The Case of
the Empty Tin." The opening scene takes place in a Los Angeles camera shop / photography studio.
On the wall in back there's a roughly 8x10" portrait of a haggard-looking fellow wearing a baseball cap.
Sure looks like Grover Cleveland Alexander.
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Had an old episode of Perry Mason (1957-58, season 1, episode 25) on TV the other night -- "The Case of
the Empty Tin." The opening scene takes place in a Los Angeles camera shop / photography studio.
On the wall in back there's a roughly 8x10" portrait of a haggard-looking fellow wearing a baseball cap.
Sure looks like Grover Cleveland Alexander.
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Thanks, Carlton, nice work!
We couldn't find the full video to post a screenshot.
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