Stan Freberg Personally-Owned Props and Photos Collection

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This collection of personal effects of voice actor, puppeteer, and comedian Stan Freberg (1926-2015) includes his own clay pipe plus some of the original sound effects tools that he used on novelty albums for Capitol Records and his radio show The Stan Freberg Show. Also included is a vintage photo of him working with Disney sound effects man Jimmy MacDonald (and one time voice of Mickey Mouse) on "The History of the United States of America" and a 8 x 10 inch color photograph that he hand-signed in person. Provenance Stan Freberg Estate Auction at Heritage and in-person appearance at Hollywood Show convention. COA

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    Stan Freberg Personally-Owned Props and Photos Collection

    This collection of personal effects of voice actor, puppeteer, and comedian Stan Freberg (1926-2015) includes his own clay pipe plus some of the original sound effects tools that he used on novelty albums for Capitol Records and his radio show The Stan Freberg Show. Also included is a vintage photo of him working with Disney sound effects man Jimmy MacDonald (and one time voice of Mickey Mouse) on "The History of the United States of America" and a 8 x 10 inch color photograph that he hand-signed in person. Provenance Stan Freberg Estate Auction at Heritage and in-person appearance at Hollywood Show convention. Authenticity guaranteed for life by Collector's Shangri-La.

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