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Old 01-14-2009, 02:57 AM   #61
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Hey, do you know where I can write to get Angela's autogrpah? Also, is there anything special that I have to do.

I can provide you a link to a site that will give you an address to write to:

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Old 01-14-2009, 03:42 AM   #62
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Yes - scan some of them here!!

Did you see the ones I posted here?
I'd say my favorites are Jason Mewes; probably the only person who will write "I Eat Ass!" as an official autograph.

Val Kilmer is another favorite.
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Old 01-14-2009, 03:43 AM   #63
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Did you see the ones I posted here?
I'd say my favorites are Jason Mewes; probably the only person who will write "I Eat Ass!" as an official autograph.

Val Kilmer is another favorite.

Your Jason Mewes autographs are awesome! If he ever comes to a convention here, I already plan to get him to sign a quote from Clerks 2.
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Old 01-14-2009, 03:56 AM   #64
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Your Jason Mewes autographs are awesome! If he ever comes to a convention here, I already plan to get him to sign a quote from Clerks 2.

Thanks!

Yeah, the only thing that stinks about these conventions/fan meetings is that some of these people charge $ for their autographs. However, I have heard for some that the money they get goes to charity and that they get a flat rate for showing up at the events. Val Kilmer gave the money he charged for charity.

Jason Mewes, at the event I went to in NYC, charged $25.00 per item signed. So for those two it came to $50.00

Val Kilmer was the most expensive that I've payed for, he charged $30.00


The cheapest would go to Butch Patrick and some of the wrestlers who were in the $10.00-$15.00 range.
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Yeah, the only thing that stinks about these conventions/fan meetings is that some of these people charge $ for their autographs. However, I have heard for some that the money they get goes to charity and that they get a flat rate for showing up at the events. Val Kilmer gave the money he charged for charity.

Jason Mewes, at the event I went to in NYC, charged $25.00 per item signed. So for those two it came to $50.00

Val Kilmer was the most expensive that I've payed for, he charged $30.00


The cheapest would go to Butch Patrick and some of the wrestlers who were in the $10.00-$15.00 range.

Yeah, conventions definitely aren't cheap. I don't know if all conventions are different or what. I've heard from some promoters that the celebrities are given nothing to show up, just what they earn from selling their autograph, and I've also heard they get a rate on top of the autograph sales.
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Yeah, conventions definitely aren't cheap. I don't know if all conventions are different or what. I've heard from some promoters that the celebrities are given nothing to show up, just what they earn from selling their autograph, and I've also heard they get a rate on top of the autograph sales.

Yes, it is different for each fan event; who is running the particular gathering. Some are payed, others are not. Some charge for their autographs, some do not. Some donate the autograph money, some do not.
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Old 01-14-2009, 04:28 AM   #67
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Some charge for their autographs, some do not.

Really? I've never seen that, but it would be nice. I also wish they would give you a discount if you purchase multiple, or if you have your own item for them to sign as opposed to their photo.
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Old 01-14-2009, 05:38 AM   #68
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Jack Lord (a signed check during his Hawaii Five-O days)
Gene Kelly
Ron Glass (that I used to have hanging on my wall; during my "obsessive days)
Yvonne Craig (Cat Woman from the Batman series); she signed her autobiography that I have.
Rick Dees (known for the voice of Disco Duck and a well-known LA radio personality).
Delta Burke; another signed autobiography. A book that I found at an used bookstore.
Betty White; another signed autobiography. A book that I picked up for only 3 bucks and was surprised to find her autograph.
Lindsey Buckingham. A signed Fleetwood Mac Album
Stevie Nicks. A signed photograph.
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Old 01-14-2009, 06:11 AM   #69
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I wrote to John Larroquette back in 2007 but still haven't recieved an autograph back, which makes me think maybe I used an old agency address. I was sort of looking forward to having it, too. Oh well, there's always eBay.
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I have following autograph pics:

Joyce DeWitt
Prisilla Barnes plus both signed my dvd

Debbie Reynolds she also signed my Charlotte's Web CD.

I have a signed book by Bern Nadett Stanis
Vicki Lawrence
Penny Marshall
Bob May
Marta Kristen
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Mark Goddard plus he signed his book
Bill Mumy plus he signed a CD I bought
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Besides some Detroit Tigers autographs I have only 1 celebrity. A personally autographed picture of Carol Burnett.
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Besides some Detroit Tigers autographs I have only 1 celebrity. A personally autographed picture of Carol Burnett.
Which Tigers autographs do you have, Marlene?
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I updated my list at the start of the thread. I had some more lying around I didn't get a chance to upload; about 6 more.
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Really? I've never seen that, but it would be nice. I also wish they would give you a discount if you purchase multiple, or if you have your own item for them to sign as opposed to their photo.

Yes, there are some who don't charge for their autographs. I have heard from around that people at the "Power Rangers" conventions that some do not charge anything for their autographs. It is in the minority but some don't charge a thing or a very cheap price; from between $5.00 - $10.00

I have seen discounts offered like you mentioned. Danielle Harris of Halloween charged $20.00 for her photo and $15.00 for your item. So I got the photo and my Halloween 5 DVD signed.

Val Kilmer charged his rate of $30.00 for every item signed. I was debating to get my Top Gun DVD that I had brought or get one of his photos. I decided to get the DVD signed and that was it. If he comes around again to other meeting I will get his photo. I wasn't blowing away $60.00 at him all at once.
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I got one from Shannon Miller, the famous gynamstic but I lost it
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