Private Life of SH
Medal Quiz


oin the Collectors for a fun-filled double feature, CCOBS style. Enjoy munching on fresh made popcorn, hot dogs and cheese nachos, along with the always popular concession stand candy. Engage in medal quiz mania and movie magic. Carol Sperling, 2015's Medal Quiz winner, will deliver her quiz on The Adventure of the Solitary Cyclist. Up for grabs will be first, second and third place prize medals, crafted by the incomparable Maggie Schpak. Following the quiz, we will screen Billy Wilder's 1970 classic, The Private life of Sherlock Holmes.

Price Cinema
Please have your money to us no later than 09/19/16
Checks payable to Jerry Kegley or PayPal payments to: jkegley@socal,

Jerry & Chrys Kegley
18014 Sherman Way #275
Reseda, CA 91335
(818) 675-5399

[IMAGE] ello fellow Collectors; Let's all go to the drive-in theater for a double bill! In our case, the walk-in theater, as we take a nostalgic trip back to the nights of cinema under the stars. We've converted the backyard of Rick and Susana Lainhart's home in beautiful downtown Burbank into the "Sherlock at Sunset Walk-In Theater." You'll find all your old favourites there, fresh made popcorn, hotdogs, soda and of course candy and ice cream. Not to mention beer and wine for the adults. Our twin feature will commence with the yearly medal quiz presented by Carol Sperling followed by a screening of The Private life of Sherlock Holmes. All this and a few other surprises await. Don't miss this CCOBS Blockbuster Event!

Pointy Finger The Medal Quiz will be on The Adventure of the Solitary Cyclist and will take place prior to the screening of the movie. Carol Sperling will present. One-of-a-kind prize medals created by Maggie Schpak will be awarded to the first, second and third place finishers.

Pointy Finger The Private life of Sherlock Holmes. is a 1970 DeLuxe Color film in Panavision, directed and produced by Billy Wilder, he also shared writing credit with his longtime collaborator I.A.L. Diamond. It starred Robert Stephens as Sherlock Holmes and Colin Blakely as Dr. Watson. The film offers an affectionate, slightly parodic look at the man behind the public façade, and draws a distinction between the "real" Holmes and the character portrayed by Watson in his stories for the Strand Magazine.

Pointy Finger Please note, access to the deck of the pirate ship (yes, there is a pirate ship!) will be off limits due to necessary repair work that is currently underway.

Pointy Finger Note, this is an outdoor event, please dress accordingly for a warm day and a cooler evening.

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Authors' Dinner
Saturday, November 19, 2016