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Joe Maddalena owns Profiles in History, the world's largest auctioneer of movie, television and pop culture artifacts. To find the very best items, Joe and his crew scour the globe, hunting for the original car from "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" or the hat of the Wicked Witch of the West or some other memorable prop. There's plenty of variety in the work -- one day Joe is in a dusty basement poring over old boxes, the next he's browsing the well-kept personal mementoes of one of Hollywood's biggest stars.

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aired 539 days ago
Joe works on getting memorabilia from the "Back to the Future" trilogy; Joe meets with an investigator to try to find a pair of the iconic ruby slippers from "The Wizard of Oz."
aired 539 days ago
Peter shows the original Rudolph and Santa Claus puppets from the classic Christmas special "Rudolph the Red-Nose Reindeer."
aired 546 days ago
Joe meets with his team to discuss the next auction catalog; Brian has leads on Jerry Lewis's costume from The Nutty Professor.
aired 546 days ago
Joe goes to the Legacy Effects Studios to meet with Matt Winston and Erich Litoff, the son and son-in-law of Stan Winston.
aired 567 days ago
Joe appraises animation cels by the creator of Woody Woodpecker; Joe searches for pieces of the yellow brick road from "The Wizard of Oz."
aired 567 days ago
Joe searches out the famous car from "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" in London; meets Harvey Spencer Stephens who played Damien in "The Omen."
aired 581 days ago
Joe rushes to authenticate a suit jacket worn by Bela Lugosi in the 1932 horror film "White Zombie"; Wicked Witch's hat from "The Wizard of Oz."
aired 581 days ago
Joe Maddalena finds a mechanical shark that was used in one of the "Jaws" movies; a Chicago family claims to have the original carpet bag used in "Mary Poppins."
aired 609 days ago
Joe holds an appraisal clinic; Tracy tracks down costumes worn by Butch Patrick in "The Munsters"; Jon scores original comic books.
aired 609 days ago
The space pod from "Lost in Space"; the Lion's Badge of Courage prop from "The Wizard of Oz"; a Golden Ticket from the 1971 film "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory"; original Batman artwork from Bob Kane.
aired 623 days ago
Joe finds a 1931 Frankenstein poster which he believes could fetch a million dollars; a film historian has original "King Kong" memorabilia.
aired 623 days ago
Joe descends upon the San Diego ComicCon, the world's largest comic book convention, to negotiate the sale of a puppet from "Corpse Bride"; Joe meets actress Erin Gray.

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