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April 3, 2011 by  
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Exciting updated biography of Michael Nesmith of
The Monkees with 75 new photos and 2 new
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The David Gest Collection of Entertainment
Memorabilia to be sold by Bonhams Auctioneers

An outstanding collection of Entertainment
memorabilia amassed by the television producer
David Gest will be sold by Bonhams auctioneers on
Wednesday 5 December 2007. The sale, which will
be held at the Knightsbridge, London saleroom
includes the largest collection of Gold
Presentation Discs ever to appear at auction as
well as an array of important items relating to
Film, Television and Popular Music.

There are several items included within this sale
which may appeal to your fan club members and
enthusiasts in your field. Their lot numbers and brief details are as follo=
ws:

394 – Monkees memorabilia, comprising a copy of
the album ‘More Of The Monkees’ signed in black
markers by the band; and two toy guitars by
Mattell, Inc., both in original boxes

395 – Four ‘Monkee-Mobile’ toys

396 – A “wax box” of Monkees ‘Flip Movies’ booklets, with twenty-four wax p=
acks

397 – Six items of Monkees memorabilia,
comprising; a board game, unused; a hat; three
bracelets and a necklace (three on original card)

398 – Four items of Monkees memorabilia,
comprising; a binder and ‘Record Tote’ case, both
Raybert Productions Inc., a jigsaw puzzle and a
‘Swingin’ Numbered Oil Paint Set’

399 – An RIAA ‘Gold’ award for the single “Last
Train To Clarksville” by The Monkees, , named to ” The Monkees”

400 – An RIAA ‘Gold’ award for the single “I’m A
Believer” by The Monkees, named to “The Monkees”,

401 – An RIAA ‘Gold’ award for the single
“Pleasant Valley Sunday” by The Monkees, named to “The Monkees”,

402 – An RIAA ‘Gold’ award for the single
“Daydream Believer” by The Monkees, named to “The Monkees”,
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A catalogue for this sale providing lot
descriptions and estimates is available on our
website at http://www.bonhams.com/entertainment
(and is accessible from the sale details bar to
the left of this page). To access information
about the sale quickly both lot number and
keyword search functions can be performed on this catalogue.

Please find attached a copy of a press release
detailing some of the highlights of the sale,
which you may wish to publish on your website.

Printed versions of the catalogue can be order
from catalogues@bonhams.com at =A315.00 plus =A32 postage & packaging.

For all press enquires, please contact via email
michelle.gonsalves@bonhams.com or telephone number +44(0)207 468 8340.

If you have any questions about the sale, or
would like further information about the lots
detailed above please do not hesitate in contacting me.

Kind Regards

Stephanie Connell
Bonhams Entertainment Department
stephanie.connell@bonhams.com
+44 (0)8700 273620

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Celebrate the Season parade

How’s this for an odd group of Celebrate the
Season stars: Zachary Quinto, Peter Tork and
Santa Claus. They join mascots, musical acts and
floats carrying entertainers and sports celebs as
part of the annual Celebrate the Season Parade
that marches through Fifth Avenue, Downtown, from
9-11 p.m. Saturday. Along with the WPXI reporters
checking in for the parade telecast, Pittsburgher
Quinto — Sylar on NBC’s “Heroes” and Spock in
the upcoming “Star Trek” film — and Tork —
one-fourth of the TV-made ’70s boy band, the
Monkees — will help Pittsburgh kick off the season.

http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/07322/834258-42.stm

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From: “rrfingerhead”

Warner issued a new Monkees tin CD set as part of their “legends” line.
I thought this bit of news might be of interest for you newsletter.

In stores now and online! By Warner, as part of their “legends” line.

Comes in a collectible tin and has the 3 past budget discs (from
Rhino’s flashback series).

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From: “Monkees.Rhino.Com”

New Deluxe Editions and Exclusive 7″ Vinyl Single Now Available

After nearly a yearlong wait, we are finally
ready to unleash the latest of our restored
Monkees reissues: Headquarters and Pisces,
Aquarius, Capricorn & Jones Ltd. These two 1967
classics are the albums where The Monkees came
into their own as musicians and songwriters, and
each has been expanded with a full CD of bonus material.

And while supplies last, if you pre-order both
Monkees reissues you will get a FREE limited
edition vinyl 7″ single! Housed in a snazzy
Colgemsesque picture sleeve, both songs are
exclusive to this release. “I Didn’t Know You Had
It In You Sally” was taped for the band in
February ’67, but Micky didn’t lay his vocal on
the track till ’69. The flipside is an alternate
mix of “Daydream Believer” before the addition of
brass and strings. It features a cool extended
ending. We’re only making 2,500 units of the
single, and the orders are flying in – so act now!

Remember, you can’t get this exclusive
collectible in stores — but you can at monkees.rhino.com

monkees.rhino.com 3400 W. Olive Ave., Burbank CA 91505

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From: “grt73”

Just wanted to alert everyone that Davy was on
The O’Reilly Factor on June 14th on FoxNews. He
was on to discuss efforts by Rolling Stone
magazine to keep The Monkees out of the Rock ‘n
Roll Hall of Fame. They showed lots of clips
from the show and the guys on tour as Bill
O’Reilly interviewed Davy. Davy commented on how
The Monkees performed with leading 1960s
musicians and how they were part of the culture
at the time. O’Reilly pointed out that they have
sold 65 million records and that American Idol is
doing the very same sort of auditions today to
find talent that were done to form The
Monkees. O’Reilly said he thought The Monkees
should be in the Hall of Fame and that he was
going to do what he could to make that happen.

Here’s a brief summary if you missed it from Bill O’Reilly’s website:

Back of Book Segment
Looking back at The Monkees

Guest: Davey Jones

Rolling Stone magazine is leading an effort to
ban the Monkees, the made-for-TV band, from the
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Former Monkees singer
Davey Jones sounded rather nonchalant about the
controversy. “I haven’t really thought much about
it. As far as being a legitimate group, I don’t
really know what that means. But the Monkees
withstood the test of time.” The Factor contended
that Jones and his mates deserve to be enshrined.
“You guys sold 65-million records, and many
groups in the Hall of Fame don’t come close to
that. You were a phenomenon and people still hum
your tunes, so you guys have to be in there.”

–Donna Thiessen

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From: Kenny Pearson

Rhino sent me the following email a few minutes ago. I
guess they must have had some other problems with the
system:

Dear Valued Rhino Customer,

Thank you for your recent purchase from
Rhino.com. In your order, you qualified for the
Free Monkees Promo 45 by ordered both
HEADQUARTERS and PISCES AQUARIUS CAPRICORN &
JONES LTD. Due to a technical issue, some emails
confirmations may have not included the
Promotional 45. Please be assured that your order qualified for this item a=
nd
you will be receiving it.

Regards,

Online Customer Service

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From: TheMonkeegirl@aol.com

It was brought to my attention, that
planetmicky.com has been hijacked, the new
address is http://www.planetmicky.net

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