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  • Bonehead
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    Yeah, nice job guys. God bless the fans.......makes me wonder what the writer would have done with it, if you guys didn't buy it from him

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  • Jonas
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    Good work! This is fantastic.

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  • AmyG
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    Hrm, well, we're both cute and brainy, so I guess we're both a combination of the two of them...

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  • Dan Dassow
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    Originally posted by AmyG View Post
    Hi, all!

    You may recall that some years ago, I spearheaded an effort that resulted in 11 fans purchasing a G'Kar mask (on a life-cast of Andreas Katsulas's face) from one of the B5 script writers, and donating it to the Museum of the Moving Image. Well, the Museum was closed for some time while they renovated their space, and it's recently been reopened. I had the opportunity to visit there this week with one of the other donors, and we took some pictures. If you want to take a look and see Babylon 5 getting the respect it deserves ù having a piece of it on display in a spectacular museum devoted to film and television! ù go here:

    Museum of the Moving Image pictures

    Enjoy!
    Amy,

    Thank you for sharing Janna Silverstein's pictures.

    With the title "A grand day out!" which one of you is Wallace and which one is Gromit?

    Dan Dassow

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  • AmyG
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    G'Kar at the Museum of the Moving Image

    Hi, all!

    You may recall that some years ago, I spearheaded an effort that resulted in 11 fans purchasing a G'Kar mask (on a life-cast of Andreas Katsulas's face) from one of the B5 script writers, and donating it to the Museum of the Moving Image. Well, the Museum was closed for some time while they renovated their space, and it's recently been reopened. I had the opportunity to visit there this week with one of the other donors, and we took some pictures. If you want to take a look and see Babylon 5 getting the respect it deserves ù having a piece of it on display in a spectacular museum devoted to film and television! ù go here:

    Museum of the Moving Image pictures

    Enjoy!
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