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Joe Maddelana (Hollywood Treasures) Comic-Con Interview

We had the pleasure of interviewing Joe Maddelana from the hit show Hollywood Treasures during Comic-Con 2012. If you have't seen the show you just don't know what you are missing. The first minute of the interview was lost. Make sure to check back soon and see my interview with Doug Dreier from the world famous Dreir collection which is up for auction through Profiles in History. Little history on the TV show. Hollywood Treasures is a weekly, American, reality television series that began airing on SyFy, October 27, 2010, which follows a Hollywood, California-based appraiser named Joe Maddalena and his team as they track down, appraise and help auction off valuable film, television and pop culture memorabilia. Make sure to visit the  official site - Now some history of Profiles in History , it was founded in 1985 by Joseph Maddalena, Profiles in History is the nation's leading dealer in guaranteed-authentic original historical autographs, letters, documents, vi

Syfy Channel Reveals Huge Lineup

Syfy imagined greater today by announcing 14 new series and events, special Christmas episodes of Eureka, Warehouse 13, Haven and Ghost Hunters PLUS an array of sci-fi, fantasy, paranormal, action/adventure, and superhero social games that will launch on Facebook. Here is the press release: SYFY UNVEILS LARGEST ORIGINAL PROGRAMMING SLATE IN HISTORY FEATURING 14 NEW SERIES AND EVENTS LED BY PREMIERE OF ALPHAS, FOUR SCRIPTED SERIES LAUNCH IN JULY - MOST EVER IN A SINGLE MONTH UNSCRIPTED DEVELOPMENT SLATE INCLUDES PROJECTS WITH TOMMY LEE AND DEEPAK CHOPRA NEW YORK - March 22, 2011 - Continuing the sizzling momentum of the Syfy global brand evolution, which has sparked imagination-driven hit series and double-digit growth in younger, upscale audiences as well as diverse new business ventures, Syfy President Dave Howe today will introduce the largest original programming slate in the channel's 18-year history, highlighted by 14 new original series and events comprising more t

Profiles in History Winter Hollywood Auction

Ever Want To Own A Piece Of Hollywood? Profiles in History , the world’s largest auctioneer of Hollywood memorabilia and the “star” of the hit Syfy Network television show, “ Hollywood Treasure ,” will present over 1300 lots of iconic items from film, television, music and more at their at their upcoming Winter Hollywood Auction, December 17-18, 2010 . You’re sure to find something for the fan or collector who has everything—or thought that they did! Some of the highlights include an original movie poster from the Universal horror classic The Invisible Man , valued at over $200,000; an original screen-used Johnny Depp costume and display from Edward Scissorhands; an original full-scale, screen-used battlefield T-800 Endoskeleton from Terminator 2: Judgment Day; a complete Brandon Routh Superman costum e from Superman Returns; The Wizard of Oz vintage clothbound book signed to Jack Haley’s son by virtually the entire cast and crew, including Judy Garland and Toto!; Desi Arnaz “Ri

SyFy's New Show "Hollywood Treasure"

 What Next Hollywood Treasure Is Going To Be Found? " Hollywood Treasure ," Syfy's new reality series featuring Joe Maddalena , will premiere Wednesday, October 27 with two back-to-back half-hour episodes at 10:00pm and 10:30pm. "Hollywood Treasure" is a weekly documentary-reality series that delves into the intricate world of collecting showbiz and pop culture memorabilia, including science fiction and fantasy props and costumes. The series follows Joe Maddalena, owner of Profiles in History and the world's largest auctioneer of original movie, television and pop culture collectibles. HOLLYWOOD TREASURE Watch the trailer after the Jump.. Two back-to-back half hour episodes Wednesdays (10:00 - 10:30 p.m. and 10:30 - 11:00 p.m. ET/PT) on Syfy Starting October 27 Each episode follows Joe and his crew as they travel the globe searching for the most compelling, rare, and sought-after Hollywood memorabilia. Sometimes combing through basements and