Joe goes inside the stunning studio of Hollywood makeup legend Greg Cannom.
Joe and the team track X-Men artifacts and a Star Trek phaser with help from George Takei!
Joe makes a high-stakes bet for the right to consign the legendary bench from Forrest Gump.
Joe hunts for Hunger Games items props and a truly hellish cube.
What secrets will Joe and the team unearth in their latest search? Find out!
Joe Maddalena, owner of the elite Hollywood memorabilia auction company, Profiles in History, is back to track down more lost relics and share his cinema passion with other enthusiasts. Also returning is Joe’s team of experts: Brian Chanes, Jon Mankuta, and Tracey McCall. Joe's got his eye on the most iconic item in movie history, one that has eluded him for years, The Ruby Slippers from The Wizard of Oz. But will a stubborn seller squash his dreams? Joe invites film star Sean Astin (The Lord of the Rings, The Goonies) to visit the Profiles Loft to check out an original map from The Lord of the Rings. While there, Sean seeks Joe's help to restore the most iconic prop in sports film history: the golden football helmet from Rudy. Also, Tracey and Joe hit the road to visit mega collectors Chad and Doug Dreier, a father and son team whose collection spans 15 years and features amazing items from blockbusters like Terminator 2, Edward Scissorhands, and the original Superman. But when the Dreiers deliver shocking news, Joe must make a difficult decision or lose one of his top clients. Back at the loft, a potential seller brings two props from one of Jim Carrey's most recognizable characters, Batman's arch-nemesis, The Riddler.
Get an inside view from the life of Joe Maddalena, owner of Profiles in History and the world's largest auctioneer of original movie, television and pop culture relics. Hollywood Treasure follows Joe as he navigates his way through the intricate world of collecting showbiz and pop culture memorabilia.
Joe and Tracey head to the Paley Center in Beverly Hills after receiving a call about some mysterious crates that have been found in storage.
Joe pays a house call to legendary director Frank Darabont, who wants to auction some items to raise money for earthquake and tsunami relief in Japan.
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, the car from the film of the same name, is one of the lots, and Joe is determined to get the word out.
Joe and Jon are on the road and heading to New Jersey to meet with John Azarian, a prolific 1960s sci-fi collector.
Joe, Jon and Tracey travel to North Carolina to visit collector and military contractor Wesley Cannon's "man cave."
Joe and his team set up shop at the Screen Actors Guild to meet with the public, who will bring them their Hollywood memorabilia items for appraisal.
Joe, Jon and Sam are on their way to an elite prop house in their own backyard: Abacus Costumes and Props.
Movie star Debbie Reynolds pioneered prop and costume collecting nearly 50 years ago, amassing the largest private collection in the world.
Joe's mom, Betty, a retired antiques dealer, surprises Joe when she drops in on him with a lead.
Joe talks to 'Star Trek' alum George Takei about phasers and what the sets on the television show were really like.
Watch the extended interview with Julie Dawn Cole (Veruca Salt) in the London Eye from the 'London Calling' episode.
Watch the extended interview with Stan Lee at San Diego Comic-Con 2010 from the 'Comic-Con Quest' episode.
Watch the extended interview with Dawn Wells at her house from the 'I'll Get You My Pretty' episode.
Watch an extended interview with 'Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory' director Mel Stuart from the 'Holy Gobstopper, Batman!' episode.
Watch an extended interview with actress Debbie Reynolds from the 'Demons and Spacesuits and Slippers, Oh My!' episode.
Watch the extended interview with Robby the Robot's owner from the 'Packrats, Robots and Oz' episode of Hollywood Treasure.
Watch the extended interview with 'Back to the Future' creator Bob Gale from the 'Justice for Dorothy' episode.
'Lord of the Rings' star Sean Astin talks to Joe about one of his more famous pieces from the Rings Trilogy.
Joe talks to collector Chris Christian about the Frankenstein memorabilia he keeps in his garage.
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Hollywood memorabilia collector Rich Correll gives you a look into some of his most prized possessions.
Hollywood memorabilia collector Jim Manning gives you a look into some of his most prized possessions.
Acclaimed Hollywood director Frank Darabont gives you a look into some of his most prized possessions and talks about why he loves collecting.
Watch the extended interview with Robby the Robot's owner from the "Packrats, Robots and Oz" episode of Hollywood Treasure.