Next Episode of Collector's Call is
Season 2 / Episode 25 and airs on 20 July 2020 02:00
Collector's Call, Hosted by Lisa Whelchel (Blair on The Facts of Life), the 13-episode unscripted series will introduce you to some of the biggest collectors of pop culture memorabilia in the country.
Brian Smolik collects anything and everything with the Pac-Man design, including a Pac-Man bike and Pac-Man sleds; Tim Lapetino, a videogame historian who will appraise Brian's collection.
Jeff Bauspies is the Guinness World Record holder for the largest collection of board games; his basement is packed with games arranged in alphabetical order, some of which are quite rare, including a 1941 edition of Monopoly.
Rick Lisnek collects everything related to the Beatles; among his most prized items are the infamous censored "Butcher" album cover; a very rare tin of Beatles talcum powder; and a vintage Beatles record player.
Allen Stewart's Hall of Heroes superhero museum houses his collection of 65,000 comic books as well as a wide range of memorabilia, movie props and more; including a wooden Superman action figure and the comic that first cover-featured Wonder Woman.
Sheri Goldstrom builds a car museum to show off her family's collection of antique vehicles, which ranges from a 1918 dump truck to a 1956 Chevy; Chris Clyne tries to put a dollar amount on Sheri's collection and pull off a trade with a 1940 Ford.
Bryan Watkins doesn't just loved Lucy, he collects everything about her; some of his acquisitions include a bullfighter hat worn onscreen by Desi Arnaz; and a female "I Love Lucy" baby doll pulled from the shelves after she gave birth to a boy.
Michael Knight and Mel Gutherie's stunning collection of classic Hollywood cars and memorabilia has been featured at various Comic-Cons throughout the country; items in their collection range from the Batmobile to Scooby Doo's "Mystery Machine."
Rodney Shiflett is the ultimate Batman fan, with a collection of over 2,000 Dark Knight-related items displayed in his basement "Batcave"; his collection includes comic books, toys, and lithographs signed by the co-creator of Batman, Bob Kane.
Accountant and philanthropist Rick Heinz has been collecting sports memorabilia and art for over 40 years; some of his treasures include a jacket signed by nearly 200 NFL Hall of Famers and several baseballs autographed by former U.S. presidents.
It's all about bikes for enthusiast Rodney Griffis, owner of an extensive collection of antique bicycles; some of Rodney's prized possessions include a near-mint Schwinn Apple Krate Stingray and a 1947 Whizzer motorized bike.
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