Monday, February 16, 2009

Burbank Autograph Show

I had a great time meeting fans and signing autographs at the Burbank Hollywood Collectors Show. I love to take a few minutes with each person, it makes me feel good to know how they have followed my career all these years...
Me with one of my associates Toni...

Getting busy signing...

I had long lines all day...


I finally took a 20 minute break!

I am heading back to Vegas this morning. But, first, I have a meeting with a Sante Fe Art Gallery regarding a possible art show for later this year...

9 comments:

Rosie said...

Its so nice that you take time with each person.You deserve that rest!
Cheers!!

Rosie said...

Tony,
Have you and Shiloh got a Twitter account yet as it would be a brilliant way to advertise the charity and your art work.Its a great way to connect with your fans aswell.If you do get an account please let us know and we can follow.I have an account and use it to connect to my blog.My Twitter account is under switchitoff but you can follow my Twitter direct from the click on my blog at www.switchitoffturnearthon.blogspot.com
Hope this helps!
Take care
Rosie
p.s I love following your blog.

STEVE MORIARTY said...

Glad you had a good time. Your a great person. I really enjoyed our chats. I got many comnents from the fans on how great you were with them. Got a great MARILYN MONROE - BOB MITCHUM story from RIVER OF NO RETURN to tell you next time.

Juli Thorson said...

I very much enjoy reading about Tony's ongoing efforts to stay connected with his fans. (And am sure that Jill works very hard to help with this.)

A few weeks ago, I left some comments about getting a chance to see some of Tony's movies again--I'm guessing it had been 30 years since the last time I watched one. I had my own private Tony Curtis Festival, with Trapeze, Some Like It Hot, The Sweet Smell of Success, and Houdini. All in one sitting!

Tony really has not gotten his due for the breadth and depth of his acting talent. From the physical, to the comic, to the dramatic, his range is amazing.
As is his on-screen energy.

Easy to see why he still has fans so eager to meet him.

Helen said...

There is nothing so nice as a little nap.
Take care
Helen

Helen said...

Tony,
Good luck with Your exhibition at the Stirling club.
A big hug

Totally said...

Would someone please give this man his Lifetime Achievement Academy Award when he wakes up? He so deserves it! :-)

Cassidy said...

My Dad, Chet Allen, built a swimming pool for you back in the early 60s and he remembers you with enormous fondness and recalls that you were a total class act and that you even helped unload the cement! You appear to still be that same class act. Every time I drive through Hollywood I see that iconic mural of you on the freeway and I smile. I wanted to be like you after I watched you as The Great Leslie! But who could be as cool as Tony Curtis?

sharon Farrell said...

I worked with Tony on 40 lbs of trouble and at that time I was very young and a mess and I now figure he was really trying to help me. I love how he is being with his fans. He has been and is a fabulous actor. I loved the 'cement story'. www. Sharonfarrell.biz