Next time on Collector's Call: ''Meet Eric Pfeifer'' Encore
After his first viewing as a child, Eric Pfeifer began collecting everything related to Star Wars. Now his collection is so vast – covering both floors of his house as well as its basement – that he holds regular "Pfeifer-Cons."Collector's Call Airs Every Sunday on MeTV at 10PM | 9C.
Sneak peek: Meet Joel Magee
Joel's astonishing hoard of jaw-dropping, one-of-a-kind Disneyland artifacts is worth more than $10 million!
Sneak peek: Meet Patric and Harrell
You might say Patric Parkey and Harrell Gabehart are big fans of Dolly Parton. Their house is filled with every kind of Dolly memorabilia imaginable, including the bedroom furniture from her personal Dollywood suite. Spoiler alert: Dolly herself shows up in this episode!
Sneak peek: Meet Doug Redenius
The name is Redenius. Doug Redenius. And this former postal worker has been one of the world’s most pre-eminent James Bond memorabilia collectors for more than 30 years. Doug, a Bond fan since Goldfinger first came out in theaters in 1964, sold over 12,000 pieces of his Bond memorabilia to a Miami collector a few years ago. But he still curates the most valuable part of the Bond legacy: many of the vehicles featured in the movies over the years, from the helicopter in the unforgettable chase sequence in From Russia, With Love, to the Q-Boat featured in the unforgettable Thames River chase sequence in The World Is Not Enough. Doug oversees the collection as the co-founder of the Ian Fleming Foundation, which displays the vehicles at charitable fund-raisers. He's joined by fellow Ian Fleming Foundation board member Colin Clark, an airline mechanic and Bond fan who maintains many of the vehicles in the collection. Lisa has brought radio and television host Roe Conn to the airplane hangar where the Bond vehicles are stored. Roe is a longtime Bond fan and veteran 007 memorabilia collector who will appraise Doug's collection… and who has brought one of his own pieces of Bond memorabilia to offer in a trade, which might be a perfect fit on one of Doug's Bond treasures.
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Sneak peek: Meet Bill Leff
Sneak peek: Meet Lisa Ridey
You have to go all the way to Australia to find a Snoopy collection this big! Lisa Ridey has 15,384 items related to the beloved Peanuts pooch and his pals!
Sneak peek: Meet Morgan Hambrick
Jim Hambrick’s Superman collection began with a lunchbox he received at five years old. Sixty years later, he has the world’s largest collection devoted to the Man of Steel — and a family-run museum in Metropolis, Illinois, to showcase it!