Saturday, June 30, 2018

Josh's Shag skateboard before lots of use! Shag said he would price these at $1,000 today (I still have one unused and signed)

The Green Hornet

Birthday weekend


Batman Shag

Birthday weekend!

Last Day of June

Martin and Lewis

The Wrecking crew

Moving things around again..

Quisp and Quake

Friday, June 29, 2018

Mail call!

It's time to break out the Monkey-ola!

I got a nice Birthday sketch from my pal Gary LaCoste! #birthdayfun #speedway #friday πŸŽΈπŸŽΌπŸŽ‚πŸ°

My friend Linda Miller from Rankin/Bass' King Kong Escapes

From my pal Jock Hedblade! Doing a Christmas appearance in his town this year!

Car 54, Where are you?

A Big Birthday Book pickup today!


Thursday, June 28, 2018



Pretty cool birthday gift!

Going through my record case..

Coming soon!

The adventures of Ozzie and Harriet

Wonderful Wednesday! 🌞

Alias the Scarf

Toby Tyler

Join us on Saturday night July 14, 2018 (event link below for location)

THE STARVING ARTISTS "Travelin' Man" cover

Wednesday, June 27, 2018

The Stooge

Mid-Atlantic Nostalgia con

52 years ago today

Lunch with Sara

A letter from Stan to Jerry

Ray Rayner


A friend of mine has her original ears

Mickey ears

Here is Ray as Ronald

Rich Seidleman set me straight on a previous post or two I thought were Ray

Hi Rick.  I just ran across your blogger site, and noticed that you had a photo of Ronald McDonald on his flying Hamburger.  The actor in the photo is not Ray Rayner.  The clown is Michael “Coco” Polakovs who portrayed TV Ronald from 1965 until 1968.  Ray Rayner took over the role during 1968, followed by King Moody in 1969.  I have  some photos of Ray and Coco in photo albums on my page Filming in McDonaldland.  I tried posting this on your blog, but wasn’t successful, so I thought I’d contact you in messenger.  Feel free to use my Ronald photos.  Thanks. Rich.

Tuesday, June 26, 2018



Get some B roll

Packed house!

Roll the cameras!

We are coming at you this Fall!

What a fun Television shoot for our television episode!  It is a lot of work for all involved, but well worth it!  Much more information to follow and will set the record straight on many things! 

UnitedNColor Presents: The Artist Shag Josh has been watching some SHAG interviews lately, after hanging his new print. He pointed out a 1st printing of my Making of Rudolph book on his bookshelf on the 5th shelf up, in this interview. You can also see the book in his family portrait in the book SHAG: The Art of Josh Agle (Chronicle books), which I showed to Josh over the weekend. #shag #themakingoftherankinbassholidayclassicRudolphtherednosedreindeer #book


MMC ears signed!

The Mickey mouse club (Signed)

I will post the details of our new show as I get them!