Fame and Fortune
This ROADSHOW special edition spotlights celebrities, big-shots and headliners through objects connected to their lives. "Fame and Fortune" features a stellar lineup of appraisals that give new meaning to the term "face value." Highlights include the first mask ever worn by Clayton Moore in 1951, as television's Lone Ranger; a collection of photos and memorabilia documenting Marilyn Monroe's progression from fourteen-year-old Norma Jean Baker to screen siren; James Dean's 1948 high school junior year yearbook; signed photos of Wild West legends Annie Oakley and Buffalo Bill; and a rare, mint condition set of Beatles nodder dolls.
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