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lord ched
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1989 Rocky Horror Show

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On the plus side: 50/50 genuine 80's vintage, marred only by one small hole near the front hem. On the minus side: super-basic shirt advertising a Toronto production sort of past the cult's heyday. Riches beyond my wildest dreams, or a $15 opening bid, or somewhere in between? 20.5 inches pit-to-pit.
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jimmyj
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Re: 1989 Rocky Horror Show

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Seems reasonable! I'll probably bid on it. But Definitely has more value to us Toronto peeps. I never went during that era but supposedly those Toronto viewings were nuts, everyone got wasted, threw stuff, dressed up. Punks, mods, skins and every other freak you could imagine.
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lord ched
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Re: 1989 Rocky Horror Show

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Thing is, it's the play and not the movie- though that might bring the value up. Or down. Did win a Dora award for acting (no mean feat in the year Phantom opened), but outside of TO theatre circles, who cares? Bit of a wild card in many senses, but still, I somehow think I will do at least $30-40 on this. It's going in the big movie sale- now playing at the end of May- and I will be notifying the Defunkd citizenry as soon as that happens.

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