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Interviews: Singer Rex Smith, Adult Film Star Seka Remember the 1980s

Rex Smith, photo by Joe Arce

CHICAGO – Two performers who made their marks during the latter days of the 1970s, and into the ‘80s are singer/actor Rex Smith and adult film star Seka. Even though they took different roads in their show business journey, they both were notable around the same time.

Interviews: Classic TV Stars Hugh O’Brian, Sherry Jackson

Sherry Jackson, photo by Joe Arce

CHICAGO – In the days when there were only three networks and less remote controls, TV stars were fewer and fame was rarer. Both Hugh O’Brian on “The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp” (1955) and Sherry Jackson on “Make Room for Daddy“ (1953) achieved some notoriety in those early days of television.

Interviews: Three Actresses at Hollywood Celebrities & Memorabilia Show

Lonette McKee, photo by Joe Arce.

CHICAGO – The Hollywood Celebrities & Memorabilia Show (now The Hollywood Show) provides a showcase for celebrities to meet their admirers, and get a little insider information about favorite movies and TV series. Lonette McKee (”The Women of Brewster Place”), Patricia Kara (”Deal or No Deal”) and Amber Smith (”Lingerie”) were three actresses who participated in a 2011 show.

Interviews: Actresses Millie Perkins, Diane Baker of ‘The Diary of Anne Frank’

Millie Perkins, photo by Joe Arce

CHICAGO – The year was 1959, and the film was “The Diary of Anne Frank,” based on the 1955 Pulitzer Prize winning stage play, which in turn was adapted from the famous diaries of a young girl hiding from Nazi occupiers in WWII Holland. Two actresses, Millie Perkins (Anne) and Diane Baker (her sister Margot), made their movie debuts in this renowned film.

Interviews: TV Stars Paul Michael Glaser, Tracey Gold, Pat Priest

CHICAGO – It is always a thrill to revisit the classic TV stars from the past, and there is no better place to do so than at the “Hollywood Celebrities and Memorabilia Show” in Chicago. Paul Michael Glaser (”Starsky and Hutch”), Tracey Gold (”Growing Pains’) and Pat Priest (”The Munsters”) were at the most recent show.

Interviews: It’s 1970s Again With Walton Sisters, Pamela Sue Martin

Walton Girls, Photo by Joe Arce.

CHICAGO – This year marked the 40th anniversary of the premiere of “The Waltons,” one of the most beloved TV series of the 1970s. Two actresses who portrayed Mary Ellen and Erin Walton, Mary McDonough and Judy Norton, appeared at the “Hollywood Celebrities & Memorabilia Show,” along with Pamela Sue Martin of TV’s “The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries’ (1977).

Slideshow: 29 Exclusive Portraits From ‘Hollywood Celebrities & Memorabilia Show’

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Dominique Swain, Portrayed the Title Character in 1997’s ‘Lolita’

CHICAGO – One of the great events in Chicago to interact with celebrity favorites is at the “Hollywood Celebrities and Memorabilia Show.” In 2011, the autumn event took place on October 1st and 2nd, and featured the “Happy Days” TV gang Henry Winkler, Penny Marshall and Cindy Williams, plus Barry Bostwick and Patricia Quinn from “The Rocky Horror Picture Show.”

Exclusive Portrait: Happy Days Again With Henry Winkler, Penny Marshall, Cindy Williams

Henry Winkler, photo by Joe Arce

CHICAGO – A significant reunion took play at the Hollywood Celebrities & Memorabilia Show last weekend as three of the main characters from two great sitcoms from the 1970s reunited for a class picture. Henry Winkler of “Happy Days,” plus Penny Marshall and Cindy Williams of “Laverne & Shirley” were there.

Entertainment News: 2011 Hollywood Celebrities & Memorabilia Show in Chicago

Cindy Williams, Photo by Joe Arce

CHICAGO – The Hollywood Celebrities & Memorabilia Show kicks off on Saturday, October 1st, and for the final time it will be hosted by Ray and Sharon Courts. The dynamic duo has been bringing this show to Chicago, which connects fans with celebrities for autographs and photos, for nearly 20 years.

Interviews: Star Actresses Tippi Hedren, Stella Stevens, Karen Lynn Gorney

Tippi Hedren, photo by Joe Arce.

CHICAGO – The Hollywood Celebrities & Memorabilia Show yields many surprise guests, and it is the actresses who often have the most interesting stories. Tippi Hedren (”The Birds”), Stella Stevens (original “The Nutty Professor”) and Karen Lynn Gorney (”Saturday Night Fever”) shared their insights.

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