The Exorcist 3 photo signed by Jason Miller as Patient X in the straight jacket who wrote hauntingly "This is not me, maybe?  Jason Miller" and on the right The Exorcist 3 straight jacket from later scene in the film.  It's a great film directed by the talented William Peter Blatty who wrote "The Exorcist" and "The Ninth Configuration"

This is the complete costume (you're seeing only a portion of it) for the character Female Master Vampire #2 played by Stunt Woman Anita Hart. With it is a great photo of Anita Hart posing in the costume on the set of John Carpenter's Vampires.

I have several full costumes from John Carpenter's Vampires in my collection - This is the complete costume (you're seeing only a portion of it) for the character Catlin (played by Mark Boone Junior).  With it is a great photo of Mark Boone Junior proudly showing off the t-shirt to director John Carpenter on the set of Vampires.

A few items from my collection - Reunited for the first time since filming are the Jack Crow (James Woods) costume and the Katrina (Sheryl Lee) costume from John Carpenter's Vampires. The bloody Sheryl Lee costume is the one she wore after she attacked Daniel Baldwin's character in the jeep near the end of the film. The James Woods costume is from the scenes following the attack.

I'm on the left wearing the white/blue cap and wearing the USC jersey as I met Lee Van Cleef (Escape From New York and The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly) on the golf course.  Very nice man. This was from 1983. When he saw I had a Escape From NY poster, it put a big smile on his face.

Christopher Lee.  Amazingly talented actor and gracious man. His Hammer Film work would be among my favorite movies when I first began to have interest in filmmaking. He was also a great James Bond Villain in The Man With The Golden Gun.  Photo above is as the character Count Dooku from Star Wars Episode 3. What is extra special about this piece is that it is a true Dooku signature (signed while Christopher Lee was in costume as Count Dooku during the production of Star Wars Revenge Of The Sith). 

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Some of the cast and crew of Without Warning. Dean Cundey signed the photo with humor,  "Jeff, Sorry the slate isn't in the photo! Best Dean Cundey ASC". That's the director/producer Greydon Clark, in back, looking over Dean Cundey's shoulder (blue vest). Special Thanks to the very kind Greydon Clark for providing me with this behind the scenes photo. I'm hoping to add his signature soon so I can frame the photo with the camera slate.

A personal favorite independent film was "Without Warning" from 1980 which was directed and produced  by the talented Greydon Clark.  The film starred Jack Palance, Martin Landau, Cameron Mitchell, and Larry Storch. The Cinematographer on the film was Dean Cundey who shot it in 1979 which puts it between his work on Halloween and The Fog. This is the original camera slate used to make the film "Without Warning".  It was uncovered at a large flea market parking lot sale in California where it went unnoticed.  Note the original shooting title of "Without Warning" was "Alien Warning." Remarkable that it still has the last scene/take and camera roll listed on the film.

Director Of Photogaphy Dean Cundey signed photo from The Fog. His style of cinematography has always had a big impact on me from Escape From New York to The Fog to Halloween. Not to mention all of the Back To The Future films and Jurassic Park.

A few more signed photos from my collection - Star Wars (signed by Carrie Fisher and Mark Hamill), Samuel L. Jackson (Revenge Of The SIth),  Adam Sandler,  Maude Adams (James Bond film Octopussy) and Art Carney (The Honeymooners, Twilight Zone).

Steven Spielberg Directing E.T. signed Display. I met him on the back lot of Universal Studios while I was attending the University Of Southern California cinema program and he was nice enough to take the time to sign this for me.

A THX-1138 movie poster (27x41) signed by Director George Lucas. One of the largest Lucas signatures I've seen on a poster.

A Steven Spielberg movie poster for his early film Duel. This particular poster is from Spain and rare as I had it signed by Dennis Weaver. When Dennis Weaver signed it, he joked that this was the only time you will see his name bigger than Steven Spielberg's.

John Carpenter's Escape From movie poster signed by Kurt Russell, Peter Jason (who added "Hello Plissken Welcome To LA"), Stacy Keach, and Bruce Campbell (the surgeon general of Beverly Hills). 

A photo I received from Ernest Borgnine.  He played Cabbie in Escape From New York.

My Escape From New York half sheet movie poster signed by Lee Van Cleef (who signed while playing golf),  Adrienne Barbeau, Charles Cyphers, and Tom Atkins.

A cast photo from The Fog signed by Adrienne Barbeau and Janet Leigh.

A photo of the Light House at Point Reyes in California used in The Fog signed by Adrienne Barbeau and a photo from The Fog signed by Director John Carpenter. 

A movie poster from The Fog signed by Director John Carpenter, Janet Leigh,  Adrienne Barbeau, Tom Atkins, Charles Cyphers, and Nancy Loomis. 

A movie poster from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre Part 2 signed by Director Tobe Hooper, Bill Moseley (Chop Top), and Caroline Williams who also left a kiss imprint on the poster.

A movie poster from Exorcist III signed by Jason Miller, Scott Wilson (The Walking Dead), and  Brad Dourif. 

A movie poster from The Exorcist signed by Jason Miller and Linda Blair. The poster was a gift from Jason on a film which I was directing him in. After receiving it, I had him sign it on set and then later had Linda Blair add her signature to it.

A slideshow of some of the signed items in my personal collection including the Back To The Future 2 signed movie poster, Star Wars movie Poster signed by over 50 of the cast and crew, Original Texas Chainsaw Massacre movie poster signed by the cast and director Tobe Hooper, original Poltergeist signed movie poster, John Carpenter's Prince Of Darkness signed movie poster by the cast, William Wyler's The Collector signed movie posters and 1960s butterfly display (all signed by star Samantha Eggar), House Of Dark Shadows movie poster signed by the cast including Jonathan Frid,  Halloween + H2 original movie posters signed by the cast, a rare Australian Evil Dead poster signed by the cast, and a signed Indiana Jones and The Temple Of Doom poster.

A original and rarely seen teaser movie poster for Back To The Future Part 2. This particular one sheet had extremely limited distribution.  Since the film was released, I've only seen two sell for several thousand dollars. I always thought this poster best represented all three Back To The Future Films so I'm having it signed by the cast - Michael J. Fox (added "Marty"), Christopher Lloyd, Lea Thompson, Claudia Wells  (Marty's girlfriend), James Tolkan (Mr. Stickland who added "slacker" to the poster), and Elsa Raven (Clock Tower woman who added "We saved the clock tower").

Back To The Future Photo signed by Christopher Lloyd (Doc Brown).

Original hand drawn storyboard by James Cameron (Terminator, Titanic, Avatar) that he created while working on John Carpenter's Escape From New York.

Harrison Ford signing my original Raiders Of The Lost ark one sheet.

The front and back of a original hand drawn storyboard from 1001 Nights (1998 Los Angeles Philharmonic Animation Film) that I received from Chris Young with a note on the back.

A signed original theatrical one sheet from Book Of Love starring Chris Young. The film was directed by Robert Shaye who was head of New Line Cinema and responsible for bringing A Nightmare On Elm Street to the screen. 

Chris Young's original script from the episode "Academy" of the Max Headroom television series. He played Bryce Lynch on the series. Chris was the star of most of my early films when I was first starting out. In addition to Max Headroom, he starred in "The Great Outdoors," "Book Of Love," "Warlock 2." and "PCU" among other films.  When I was visiting him in Los Angeles in 1987, he took me on a tour of the Max Headroom sets. Afterwards, he was kind enough to present his script to me. Chris said it was his favorite episode as the story revolved around his character. 

And some of the movie memorabilia which I have collected through the years. 

With long time friends Chris Young (Bryce from Max Headroom, The Great Outdoors, Warlock 2, Book Of Love, PCU) , and his wife Lea Moreno (Legacy, DAG,  Demon Hunter and CSI) .  Chris was the star of most of my films during the early years and spent countless hours animating with me in Super 8.

Sound Men Raffaele De Luca, Chat Gunter, and Italian Director Pupi Avati (Revenge Of The Dead, The House Of Laughing Windows, Giovanna's Father, Incantato)  with Jeff Carney on the set of Bix: An Interpretation Of A Legend. The first of five films which I would work with them on.

A slideshow with Caroline Williams (Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2) Richard Kiel (Jaws from the James Bond Films The Spy Who Loved Me and Moonraker), Sid Ganis (Former senior VP of Lucasfilm, Former VP of Columbia Pictures, Former President of Paramount Pictures), director Tobe Hooper (Poltergeist, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Salem's Lot, Invaders From Mars), Mick Garris (Director of Sleepwalkers, The Shining mini series remake, The Stand, and Executive Producer of the Showtime series Masters Of Horror), and Clive Barker (horror author and director of Hellraiser and Nightbreed).

With Bill Moseley (The Devil's Rejects, Grindhouse, Halloween 2007, Chop Top from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre Part 2). 

With Kane Hodder, a talented stunt man, who played Jason In Friday the 13th Part 7 through Jason X.

Strange things happen, like the camera over exposing, when you meet Lloyd the Bartender aka Actor Joe Turkel (from The Shining and Blade Runner) in the gold ballroom. 

With Brooke Shields (The Blue Lagoon, Suddenly Susan, An American Love) 

With Timothy Busfield (Field Of Dreams, Thirtysomething, Revenge Of The Nerds, Sleepy Hollow) 

With James Karen (Return Of The Living Dead) who moved the headstones but didn't move the bodies in Poltergeist.

A slideshow with some familiar faces if you are fan of George Romero Films - with George Romero, Kyra Schon (Night Of The Living Dead), Karl Hardman and Marilyn Eastman from Night Of The Living Dead, Russell Streiner and Judith O'Dea (Johnny and Barbra from Night Of The Living Dead), Bill Hinzman (the cemetery zombie from Night Of The Living Dead), John Russo (Night Of The Living Dead), Tom Savini (special effects make up artist from Dawn Of The Dead, Creepshow, Friday the 13th), and Lori Cardille (Day Of The Dead)

Directing Jason Miller  (Exorcist, Exorcist III, Rudy, The Ninth Configuration)

I met producer Frank Marshall (Indiana Jones series, Back To The Future Trilogy, Poltergeist, Jurassic World) when I was still in high school. This would have been around the time of Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom.  

With Directors Frank Darabont (The Walking Dead, The Green Mile/Shawshank Redemption) and Chuck Russell (The Mask, A Nightmare On Elm Street 3 Dream Warriors, Eraser)

Through the years I've had opportunities to meet some very interesting kind people in the film industry. Here are just a few from my personal scrapbook. Also included below are some photos including a slideshow of just a few of the interesting pieces of movie memorabilia which I've collected through the years.