Candid photos from Conventions Past #1
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|| Jonathan Harris, the legendary Dr. Smith, was the
total professional, both on-stage and off. He presented an hour
of Hollywood anecdotes that had the audience in total rapture, and
then proceeded to sign autographs for everyone. He could teach the
younger celebrities a thing or two!
| Here he is, the "crazy" character actor
generations have loved as Grandpa on The Munsters: Al Lewis. He's
been performing for audiences longer than most of us have been alive
and he made his only appearance for us in New York City (where he
is a well-known man about town).
||Anthony Perkins captured the imagination of movie
goers with his scary portrayal of Norman Bates in Alfred Hitchcock's
Psycho. He played many similar roles in his distinguished career
and we were honored when he made a very rare appearance for us.
|Sometimes famous people just come to look! Here is
the man who has made movie and television viewers laugh for years,
as a writer, director and producer and "2000 Year Old Man."
Mel Brooks, here checking out the dealers room!
||His Hollywood career began when he was a child star and he later
became on of the nation's leading celebrity photographers, raising
money for his favorite charities in the process. Roddy McDowall
is fondly remembered by genre fans for his work in Planet of the
|The most popular child actor of his generation, Ron
Howard became on of Hollywood's top directors using what he learned
on the sets of his early television work. Ron was with us to promote
Cocoon, a great motion picture.
||One of the earliest supporters of Creation events
was the amazing Dr. Issac Asimov, writer of a huge number of books,
but certainly beloved for his rapport with sci-fi fan audiences.
We still miss his appearances at our shows!
|Quantum Leap became quite a smash hit with a loyal
following of fans, many of whom attended our annual Official Quantum
Leap Conventions, where we welcomed the two stars of the series:
Scott Bakula and the pictured Dean Stockwell. We also had a panel
at one of the events, including Jason Priestley at the height of
his "teen-craze" period. We had to sneak him in and out
of the facility.
||No fond memory section of Creation events would be complete without
a snap of Gene Roddenberry, the man who gave the world Star Trek.
Here he is joined by his wife Majel Barret, who has carried on the
|One of our favorite guests is Leonard Nimoy, an actor who really
knows how to touch his audiences. On stage he brilliantly takes
us back through the years of our enjoyment of Star Trek and his
varied career. Leonard will be doing some more appearances for us
in the future and we are thrilled.
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