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Los Angeles, Ca - Hour Two

Season 10, Episode 8 of 17

If the movie business is the heart of Los Angeles, California, then the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences library is its collective memory, as ANTIQUES ROADSHOW host Mark Walberg learns when he visits this extensive archive of movie memorabilia with appraiser Rudy Franchi. At the Los Angeles Convention Center, the excitement builds as appraisers bestow kudos on such breakout performers as a painting of the French Riviera by 20th-century American artist Louis Aston Knight; a colorful art deco poster collection of Monte Carlo coquettes; and a rare collection of Oscar ephemera - including a 1961 ballot, a 1972 program with autographs of such headliners as Raquel Welch, Sandy Duncan and Shirley Jones, and an Oscar statue that was never awarded - prized objects estimated to be worth $16,000 to $17, 000.

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