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am i allowed to say i have these types of cards for sale on this thread, new to the forum? some 1/1 and have different auto cards too
 

Juan Gris

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am i allowed to say i have these types of cards for sale on this thread, new to the forum? some 1/1 and have different auto cards too
Please feel free to share your Mystery Cuts cards in this thread but if you want to sell them you should post separately in the Transactions section.

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J. Paul Getty: English American industrialist that founded the Getty Oil Company and was portrayed by Christopher Plummer in last year's All the Money in the World (about the kidnapping of Getty's grandson).
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Jack Benny: Iconic American comedian, radio, television and film actor. Rod Serling once guest starred on the The Jack Benny Program in a spoof of his own show... The Twilight Zone.
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Arthur C. Clarke: Prolific science fiction writer most known for co-writing the screenplay for 2001: A Space Odyssey.
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Greg Morris: Actor most known for portraying Barney Collier on television's Mission: Impossible (also appeared in a 1963 episode of The Twilight Zone).
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George Burns: American comedian/actor most known for his cigar smoking and active career until he passed away at age 100.
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Sammy Davis Jr.: American singer, actor and Rat Pack member. If you've never heard it before, check out his version of Mr. Bojangles.
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Very cool autograph's.
Thank you, sir! I was very happy to get a well-centered cut autograph of this new addition...

Vincent Price: American film and television actor known for numerous old horror films, his narration of Michael Jackson's "Thriller" and, for me, 2 appearances on Rod Serling's Night Gallery.
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Sammy Cahn: American songwriter, lyricist and musician. Some of my favorite songs he wrote include: "Ain't That a Kick in the Head?", "Come Fly with Me", "Love and Marriage" "The Christmas Waltz" and "Let It Snow".
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Brad Renfro: This card was stolen from my mailbox in July and a police report was filed. Should anyone come across it please message me.
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Edward G. Robinson: Classic movie and television actor that appeared in several great films, including: Little Caesar, Double Indemnity, The Cincinnati Kid and Soylent Green.
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Red Barber: Prolific sports commentator known for his play-by-play with the Cincinnati Reds (1934-1938), Brooklyn Dodgers (1939-1953) and the New York Yankees (1954-1966).
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Howard Cosell: Prominent sports journalist and author, best known for his boxing broadcasts ("Down goes Frazier!"), public relationship with Muhammad Ali and his tenure on Monday Night Football.
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Lillian Hellman: American dramatist and screenwriter known for her success as a playwright on Broadway, as well as her Communist sympathies and political activism. Was romantically involved with fellow writer Dashiell Hammett for 30 years.
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Gerald Ford: 38th president of the United States, Ford is the only person to have served as both vice president and president without being elected to either office by the Electoral College.
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Eddie Arcaro: Hall of Fame horse racing jockey who was the only rider to have won the U.S. Triple Crown twice. Regarded as the greatest jockey in the history of American Thoroughbred horse racing.
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Buddy Ebsen: Actor most known for his role as Jed Clampett in The Beverly Hillbillies but I most know him for playing telekinetic-powered "Jimbo Cobb" in a classic episode of The Twilight Zone.
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Donald O'Connor: American actor, dancer and singer most known for his performance of "Make 'Em Laugh" in the 1952 classic Singin In the Rain.
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Lucille Ball: The star of I Love Lucy, one of the most influential TV shows of all time. Absolutely hilarious.
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Red Auerbach: Head coach of (most notably) the Boston Celtics, setting NBA records with 938 wins and 9 championships. Well known for smoking a cigar when he thought victory was at hand.
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Betty Grable: During WW2, I had one grandfather fighting in the Pacific, the other in Europe and both probably had pin-ups of Betty Grable. One of the highest grossing film stars of the 1940's, Grable described her film career: "I became a star for two reasons, and I'm standing on them."
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