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Mid-Atlantic Nostalgia Convention Coming Up…

Filed under: Old-Time Radio, Television, News — Charlie Summers @ 6:07 pm

The Mid-Atlantic Nostalgia Convention is next weekend, and for those of you in the area who might be on-the-fence about attending this great three-day event, I thought I’d show just a few clips from last year’s freshman version.

And if you are planning to attend, please stop by and say hello…I’ll be the rotund guy behind the video camera, probably swilling coffee or chugging down an energy drink. ;)

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  1. martingrams Says:

    Small notes about the Mid-Atlantic Nostalgia Convention. It’s “everything” nostalgic. What Charlie posted up above are six selected brief clips from various presentations. What you see is Terry Salomonson walking about The Green Hornet and unless you were at the convention, one notable aspect of his presentation is that he played an un-circulated episode of The Green Hornet for the attendees to hear. Bond girl Lana Wood was wonderful with the fans and talked about her work on Captain America movies, and the Bond film Diamonds Are Forever and her sister Natalie Wood. Buck Biggers, the co-creator of the classic cartoon series, Underdog, was also very informative. And Michael Hayde and Derek Tague’s presentation on Dragnet spoofs was hilarious. Sandra K. Sagala & JoAnne M. Bagwell talked about Alias Smith and Jones, a TV western that has gained large popularity over the years, and Richard Herd talked about his roles in Seinfeld, T.J. Hooker and V.

    There is also a movie room playing films 24/7, and different stars every year so I do recommend you check it out. There’s more than meets the eye.

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