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  Collector's Event this weekend!
  Thursday 30th September to Sunday 3rd October 2004 sees Collectormania 4. What is it? Well you could say it's a gathering of more than 300 traders in sci-fi, movie, comic and card related ephemera and featuring exclusive promotional items, a display of props from the greatest movies ever made, and a spectacular line up of guests!

That'd be doing it an injustice though - with a guest list which reads like a cult-movie star encylopedia (Elijah Wood, Kristanna Loken, Peter Weller, George Takei, Robert Davi, Honor Blackman, Doug Bradley, David Naughton to name but a few) and free admission can you really afford not to go?

As well as the formidable guest list, most are doing Q&A's, signings and talks along with screenings of their films (book these in advance if you want to stand even a remote chance of getting in).

For more info on booking, travel, guest-list, screenings etc. visit the official website.
  Darren Jones [29 Sep 2003 at 20:33]

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