Celebrities will be signing autographs and posing for photos with fans. Make sure you bring your digital camera to the show. Most of the celebrities will be charging a fee for autographs (usually donated to their favorite charity). 

Vendors will be offering vintage collectibles you can buy and have autographed.


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George Chakiris made his film debut at the age of 12 singing in the chorus of Song of Love (1947). Following his graduation from high school, he supported his night-time dancing, singing and dramatic lessons with a daytime job clerking in a Los Angeles department store. Later he started his acting/dancing career appearing in musicals such as Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953) – he is one of the ballet dancers escorting Marilyn Monroe in “Diamonds Are A Girl’s Best Friend” – White Christmas (1954), The Girl Rush (1955), There’s No Business Like Show Business (1954), Brigadoon (1954), and Meet Me in Las Vegas (1956). In 1957, he made his debut as a dramatic actor in Under Fire (1957). In 1958 he traveled to New York hoping for a Broadway "break." Hearing that Jerome Robbins was casting the London company of "West Side Story," he auditioned and was awarded the co-starring role of Riff. He played the part for almost two years on the West End stage before acting, singing and dancing as Bernardo in the Robert Wise film version (West Side Story (1961)), a performance that earned him a Golden Globe and the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor.


Dublin-born Audrey Dalton knew right from childhood that she wanted to be an actress: She appeared in school plays and (after the family's move to London) applied to the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. While Dalton was at RADA, a London-based Paramount executive saw her in a play and asked her to audition for the upcoming film The Girls of Pleasure Island (1953). Winning the part (and a Paramount contract), Dalton arrived in the U.S. in 1952 and co-starred in "Pleasure Island"; the studio loaned her out to 20th Century-Fox for My Cousin Rachel (1952) and Titanic (1953). Among the cult classics she starred or co-starred are Kitten With a Whip (1964 with Ann-Margret), The Monster That Challenged the World (1957), and William Castle's Mr. Sardonicus (1961). Dalton later freelanced, working in films and on television.


"I found working on film was much easier because the preparation was less intense," she later recalled. "In making a movie you could concentrate on each day's work instead of being concerned with the entire play. Also, in film so much depends on the visual . . . A lot of what you do in the theater is much broader than on film, so I had to learn to tone down my work when I began working in movies."


Darby started his long acting career at the tender age of 6 months old and he hasn't stopped since. His first appearance was on Playhouse 90 followed by commercials and many of the classic TV shows back then. From Mister EdWagon TrainRoute 66  and The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet. Darby's film career didn't start until he was four years old when he was featured in a film called Hero's Island. Working with the likes of Harry Dean Stanton, Rip Torn, Neville Brand and James Mason. This was followed by Disney's Son of Flubber. Just before turning six, Darby landed the plumb role of playing Fess Parker's son Israel Boone on the hugely popular Daniel Boone which ran for six seasons and had a Thursday night viewing audience of 30 million by its fourth season.


Born in Nashville, Tennessee, Claude was discovered in a fifth grade classroom by famed MGM director Clarence Brown and selected to play the part of “Jody” in the film, The Yearling.  The film also starred Gregory Peck and Jane Wyman.  Jarman received a special Academy Award for his performance.  He remained at MGM for five years (1945-1950), attending the MGM school with Elizabeth Taylor, Margaret O’Brien and Jane Powell. His last film at MGM was Intruder in the Dust, based on a William Faulkner novel about a lynching in Mississippi.   In 1949, he played John Wayne’s son in John Ford’s western film, Rio Grande.

After appearing in eleven films, Jarman moved to San Francisco where he became the Director of the San Francisco International Film Festival (1965-1980).  He lives in Marin County, north of San Francisco with his wife Katie and his twin daughters Charlotte and Sarah.   


A character actress who appeared on tons of television programs, actress Laurie Prange appeared on Murder, She Wrote, Highway to HeavenT.J. HookerCagney & LaceyHow the West Was WonHunterThe Love Boat, Barnaby Jones, and many others. She is best known for playing the role of Katie Maxwell, the blind woman in the two-part episode, "Prometheus" on television's The Incredible Hulk. David saves a blind woman from drowning and accompanies her back to her cabin in the woods. When a mysterious meteor crashes nearby, David gets stuck in mid-metamorphosis between Hulk and man. A secret military organization code named Prometheus investigating the crash site, soon find the creature and the girl.


Andrew Prine, a well-known stage actor also known for military and western dramas, was first seen in Kiss Her Goodbye (1959), then in The Miracle Worker (1962). Prine, who has a Texan-sounding voice, was also well remembered in westerns like Texas Across the River (1966), Generation (1969) and Chisum (1970), which featured his close and well-known friends Christopher George, John Wayne and Richard Jaeckel. Prine also starred in and wrote his own little dialogue story for Grizzly (1976). Prine later was in The Evil (1978), Amityville II: The Possession (1982), Eliminators (1986), 

Chill Factor (1989) and Gettysburg (1993). He has also been in over 30 great films and made 79 guest appearances.


President of Oxford Group Productions, Lowe is a recognized producer and entrepreneur who brings a unique blend of experience and leadership to artistic programming and the projects, in international film production, Network and Cable television movies and the Theatre. Represented by ICM, one of Hollywood's most influential talent agencies, Lowe began her career in the film industry as a professional actor, studying at the American Academy, later with Stella Adler and ultimately accepted into The Actors Studio. Lowe produced the highly acclaimed, The Avenging Angel (1995) starring Tom Berenger, Charlton Heston and James Coburn. Having produced the film for Turner Pictures with worldwide release. With formation of Turner's new production company, Ms. Lowe looks forward to re-teaming on future productions.


Born and raised in Philadelphia, James Rosin graduated from Temple University's School of Communications with a degree in broadcasting. In New York, he studied acting with Bobby Lewis, and appeared in plays off-off Broadway, in New England summer stock, and on the ABC daytime drama Edge of Night. In Los Angeles, he appeared on General Hospital, and in addition played roles in episodic TV series such as Mike HammerT.J. HookerQuincy M.E.The Powers of Matthew StarCannon

MannixBanacekAdam-12Love American Style, and two mini series: Once An Eagle and Loose Change. He has written stories and teleplays for network television series including Quincy M.E. (NBC), Capitol (CBS), and Loving Friends and Perfect Couples (Showtime). His full-length play, Michael in Beverly Hills, a comedy-drama, premiered at American Theater Arts in Los Angeles and was later presented off-off Broadway, at the American Musical Dramatic Academy's Studio One Theater.



Beverly Washburn was cast as a young girl in the Leave It to Beaver episode entitled "Blind Date Committee" in October 1959, on NBC's The Loretta Young Show, and as an older teenager in Loretta Young's 1962-1963 CBS family drama, The New Loretta Young Show. In between, Washburn played Lili Kilgore in the 1956 film The Lone Ranger, and Lisbeth Searcy in the 1957 Walt Disney classic, Old Yeller. Washburn appeared once on NBC's Star Trek in the role of Lieutenant Arlene Galway in the 1967 episode "The Deadly Years." 

In 1951, Washburn appeared in the theatrical film Superman and the Mole Men, which was thereafter edited into two half-hour segments. These became the first two episodes of the television series The Adventures of Superman. Whether you are a fan of Westerns, science-fiction, horror, comedy, movies or television, Beverly has paid a visit to your living room at one time or another. Here is your chance to meet her in person!


One of John Wayne's four children by his first wife, Josephine Alicia Saenz, daughter of Panama's Consul General to the U.S. He adopted his father's stage surname, Wayne. He made 11 movies with his father: Rio Grande (1950), The Quiet Man (1952), The Searchers (1956), The Alamo (1960), The Comancheros (1961),

Donovan's Reef (1963), McLintock! (1963), The Green Berets (1968) and Big Jake (1971). He followed that with such films as The Sun Shines Bright (1953), The Long Gray Line (1955), Mister Roberts (1955) and following work on his father's 1971 film Big Jake, Wayne earned recognition in the sci-fi genre. His career peaked in the late 1970s in the popular matinee fantasy Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger (1977), and in The People That Time Forgot (1977). 


With more than twenty-five years of experience in the entertainment business, Rob Word has built a successful career as a producer, writer, programmer, packager and network executive with a flair for creative marketing. Currently, Rob is Senior Vice President of Creative Affairs for Insight Film Studios - the most prolific production company in Canada. Working in Los Angeles for the Vancouver-based production entity, Rob manages the solicitation and development of original programming for filming and post production in Canada - from outline through completed productions. 

Due to professional commitments or health, guests subject to change or revision.

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