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A Movie Collector's Treasure Trove
A Movie Collector's Treasure Trove

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AIR DATE: August 8, 2012

Stuart Scheinman just scored the catch of a lifetime.  His company, Entertainment Collectibles, bought a collection of nearly 3 million stills, posters, and negatives of Hollywood stars from the past 73 years.  From Betty Page pin-ups, to movie stills of Marlon Brando and Gary Cooper, its value is estimated to be in the millions.  We talk to Scheinman about some of the collection's prize pieces, his favorite pin-up, and what Hollywood magic he found gathering dust.
 
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Stuart Scheinman, co-owner, Entertainment Collectibles
 
  • Bettie PageBettie Page Photo by Michael Ochs
  • Bettie PagePolice Gazette calendar, February 1955
  • Bettie Page and Paula KlawIconic model posing with the sister of pin-up entrepreneur Irving Klaw.
  • Marilyn MonroeCirca 1953.
  • Marilyn MonroeCostume test, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
  • Marilyn MonroeCostume test, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
Bettie Page1 Bettie Page2 Bettie Page and Paula Klaw3 Marilyn Monroe4 Marilyn Monroe5 Marilyn Monroe6
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