VINTAGE ORIGINAL 1930’S MICKEY MOUSE FILMS OLYMPIC GAMES & LITTLE EVA

SONY DSCMickey Mouse film from the early 1930’s  This is great shape.  Mickey Mouse was born 1928.  His first film was Steamboat Willie.  Walt Disney was the heart if Mickey Mouse.   My father was one of the biggest Disney, Mickey Mosue collectors of all time.  He was a Disney artist and toy maker.   He had museum in Japan and New Zealand.  I lived this life.  Going to the sudios as a young child exploring the Tunnels at Disneyland, see in the Spacemoutain being contructed from inside.  etc,

1953 #1 ISSUE PLAYBOY MARILYN MONROE RARE!

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Great shape, framed! in the shop!  In  December 1953, 27-year-old Hugh Hefner published the very first Playboy magazine. This first edition of Playboy was 44-pages long and had no date on its cover because Hefner wasn’t sure there would be a second edition. In that first run, Hefner sold 54,175 copies of Playboy magazine at 50 cents each. The first edition sold so well because Marilyn Monroe was the “Sweetheart of the Month” (which was thereafter termed “playmate”). On the front cover of the first edition of Playboy, Marilyn Monroe appeared waving her hand. Inside, Marilyn Monroe bared it all in the centerfold. (Monroe did not pose nude specifically for Playboy; Hefner had purchased the picture from a local printer who made calendars.) This first edition of the magazine is also the only Playboy that does not have Hugh Hefner’s name inside. On the first page, Hefner humorously wrote, “We want to make it clear from the very start, we aren’t a ‘family magazine.’ If you’re somebody’s sister, wife or mother-in-law and picked us up by mistake, please pass us along to the man in your life and get back to your Ladies Home Companion.”


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