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Old 04-03-2010 at 04:05 PM
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XxLe FantomexX, You live in Oklahoma, too? Really? What part? (It doesn't have to be a town name or anything, just like Northwest or southwest, something like that.)

Some of my things:
POTO piano book
program & ticket from the Phantom performance I went to see.
DVD's of:
'25 version
'43 version
'60 version
'74 Phantom of the Paradise
'89 version
'90 tv miniseries
'98 version (Even though I despise that version.)
'04 version (Both 1-disc and 2-disc.)
Original novel
The Phantom Returns novel.
The OLC (2-disc only)
'04 movie soundtrack (Both versions)
& the movie on my Itunes and Ipod.
( have other things, but that's all I can remember for now.)
A.G.

Update:
have since added:
Phantom novel by Susan Kay
25th anniversary DVD
Love Never Dies DVD

Update 2 (I'm starting to have a lot of POTO stuff:)
ticket and program from my second time seeing the US tour
The complete POTO by George Perry
Phantom of Manhattan. (again, I have no idea why.)
OLC highlights CD
And latest acquisition. bought as a surprise present for my birthday last Thursday from my dad, a book called The Lost Chapter, which is a lost chapter of the original novel that someone translated and made into a short 30-something page book. It has the chapter in English and French! It's awesome! I would recommend it!



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Old 04-03-2010 at 05:25 PM
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My first phantom was John Cudia.

The main reason why I sya it's impossible though is because by the time I get there--well even when I get there I still have to set up the internet and settle in (yeah my parents are trying to move to New York)--and if we go by car since I have two puppies it'll take at least 3 days.

And I am not sure how long John Cudia has beeen in buisiness for almost every person my mother's talked about form broadway went away pretty quick--though I am not the expert on how long people stay acting on the stage.

You can write to John at the Majestic Theatre and ask him for his autograph. If you have a Playbill, you can send him that...though often the actors will send a signed Playbill or signed photo if you don't have one and ask. Just make sure to include a return envelope with your address and enough postage.

Let me know if you want the Majestic's address.

John has been with Phantom a while. He was Raoul back when I first him in 2005, did the tour for a while, and is now the lead with the Broadway company. He'll probably stay with the show a bit...a lot of the Broadway leads do. Howard McGillin played the Phantom from 1999 to 2003 and then from 2005 until last year. Hugh stayed a few years, too...from 2003 to 2005.

Some have had shorter runs, but long runs aren't too unusual at all.

ETA - Even if John left before you had a chance to write, the theatre will usually forward actors' mail to them.

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Old 04-04-2010 at 01:49 PM
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XxLe FantomexX, You live in Oklahoma, too? Really? What part? (It doesn't have to be a town name or anything, just like Northwest or southwest, something like that.)

Some of my things:
POTO piano book
program & ticket from the Phantom performance I went to see.
DVD's of:
'25 version
'43 version
'60 version
'74 Phantom of the Paradise
'89 version
'90 tv miniseries
'98 version (Even though I despise that version.)
'04 version (Both 1-disc and 2-disc.)
Original novel
The Phantom Returns novel.
The OLC (2-disc only)
'04 movie soundtrack (Both versions)
& the movie on my Itunes and Ipod.
( have other things, but that's all I can remember for now.)
A.G.
I live near Tulsa, OK. you?




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Old 04-04-2010 at 08:27 PM
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Let's see... I own:

- Almost all the official cast recordings from the ALW version... I think the only one I'm missing now is the highlights album from the Basel, Switzerland production.

- The original cast albums from the musicals by Ken Hill, Yeston & Kopit, and Ivan Jacobs (respectively).

- A Playbill and souvenir brochure from the US Tour production, bought when I saw it in San Francisco last January -- John Cudia as the Phantom, Trista Moldovan/Kelly Jeanne Grant as Christine (I saw it with Kelly), and Kyle Barisich as Raoul. And I got the Playbill signed by D.C. Anderson (who played André) as well, after he gave me and my friends a backstage tour.

- Two other souvenir programmes I found at a book sale -- one from the original Toronto production (Colm Wilkinson as the Phantom, Rebecca Caine as Christine, Susan Cuthbert as the Christine alternate, and Byron Nease as Raoul), and the other from the Canadian Tour (Jeff Hyslop as the Phantom, Patti Cohenour as Christine, June Crowley as the Christine alternate, and David Rogers as Raoul).

- Soundtracks from the 1925, 1989, 1998, and 2004 film versions as well as the 1990 miniseries.

- DVDs of the 1929 re-edit of the 1925 film (recorded from TV), the 1989 film, the 1990 miniseries, the stage production by Lawrence Rosen and Paul Schierhorn (David Staller as Erik), and the 2004 film.

- 2 paperback copies of Leroux's novel -- one translated by Alexander de Mattos, the other by Lowell Bair.

- Susan Kay's Phantom (paperback).

- 2 copies of George Perry's "Complete Phantom of the Opera" (one of which I'll be giving as a gift for someone very soon).

- Craig Schulman's solo album "On Broadway," autographed by Mr. Schulman himself.

- Signed programs from the "Three Phantoms" concerts held in Hawaii with Craig Schulman, Cris Groenendaal, and Kevin Gray.

- Sheet music from the ALW, Ken Hill, and Y&K musical versions.


I think that's about it, but if I think of (or acquire) any more, I'll be sure to add to this list.


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Old 04-17-2010 at 03:07 PM
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(You live near Tulsa. I live in western Oklahoma. Pretty much on the other side of the state. Central western, near Clinton, that's about a half-hour to 20 min. from where I live.)
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Old 06-17-2010 at 05:00 PM
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I own...

~ The Gaston Leroux novel (Barnes and Nobel Classics edition).

~ The program from the 2009 US tour and the tickets from that production.

~ The OLC recording (2-disc and highlights).

~ The 1925 (recorded from TCM) and 2004 movies.

~ Piano and vocal sheet music.

~ "Behind the Mask" documentary (recorded from Ovation).

~ A small poster (printed off google).

~ The OCC, highlights with Ethan Freeman, and Mexican recordings.

~ Various cast member's albums.
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Old 04-11-2014 at 12:10 AM
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My budget has never allowed for much. Extras were more likely to go to attending Renaissance faires and other reenactment events.

All I have is:
The Phantom of the Opera at the Royal Albert Hall (25th anniversary) [a totally unexpected gift from my best friend!]
The Phantom of the Opera (2004) on videotape (might get DVD later)
The Phantom of Manhattan by Frederick Forsyth
Gaston Leroux's novel
Susan Kay's novel

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Old 04-11-2014 at 07:15 PM
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I've added to my collection since last time I posted! In addition to the stuff in my previous post, I now have...

Books and Scripts:
- The new 2009 translation of Gaston Leroux's novel by Mireille Ribière.
- This hardcover copy of Leroux's novel (DeMattos translation) with art by Greg Hildebrandt and a foreword by Sarah Brightman.
- The piano/vocal sheet music book for the ALW musical.
- A script from a lesser-known musical version (book and lyrics by Joseph Robinette, music by Robert Chauls). Sadly, it doesn't include sheet music, so I have no idea what it sounds like. The script is pretty simple, though -- apparently, it's written for elementary school kids to perform.

Movies:
- The Ultimate Edition DVD of the 1925/1929 film.
- The 1988 animated version on VHS.
- The 1990 miniseries on VHS (recorded from TV by a friend).
- The 1991 filmed stage production starring David Staller, on VHS as well as DVD.
- The 2004 movie dubbed in Japanese on VHS (recorded from TV by a friend).
- The 25th anniversary concert on Blu-Ray.

Souvenirs from the ALW Stage Show:
- A few playbills and brochures from the Las Vegas production autographed by Anthony Crivello (Phantom), Kristen Hertzenberg (Christine alternate), and Danielle White (Ensemble/Carlotta understudy).
- Playbills from the high school and community theatre productions I saw in my home state of Hawaii (in 2010 and 2011, respectively).
- A souvenir program from the North American Tour (Peter Karrie as the Phantom, Teresa de Zarn as Christine, Elizabeth Southard as the Christine alternate, and Kip Wilborn as Raoul).
- A chandelier crystal from Las Vegas.
- A Phantom mask pin.
- Four t-shirts -- three from Las Vegas, one from the US Tour.
- A playing card deck from when the Japanese production closed in Osaka in 2009 to move to another city in Japan (given to me by a friend).


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Old 04-19-2014 at 11:38 AM
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So, for DVD/Blu-ray, CD :
-2004 movie
-25th anniversary show
-Lon chaney's movie
-Dario Argento's movie (unfortunately...)
-Phantom of Paradise
-Mini-series with Charles Dance
-Robert Englund's movie
-1943 movie
-Maximilian Schell movie
-CD 25th anniversary
-CD 2004 movie soundtrack (simple and complete version)
-CD original cast version
-CD Piano strings tribute to POTO
-I think that's all, but not sure...

Other things:
-1 T-shirt
-1 mug
-Collector box for the 25th anniversary
-The monkey music box
-1 mask
-Earrings
-PC game POTO Mytery Legends
-Board Game POTO
-2 Erik dolls
-2 or 3 books about ALW's POTO
-Leroux's book modern edition, ~1960 pocket edition, all new edition with gilded frame pages...
And many many books inspired by POTO


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Old 05-31-2014 at 12:23 AM
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Let me see:
movies:
DVD:
Silent movie
claude raines version
charles dance version
24th anniversary at Royal Albert Hall
2004 movie version

Books:
Gaston leroux the phantom of the opera
(I have a playbill somewhere)
A misc book called The Phantom of the oepra (it's the story)
The Complete Phantom of the Opera by George Perry
And another booklet I bought at the majestic

Music:
Phantom of he opera original cast
Phantom of the opera 2004 (2 versions on is condensed)
El Fantamsa de al Opera (Spanish version although it feels incomplete)
Phantom of the Opera 25th anniversary at Royal Albert Hall

Others things:
At Majestic ai bought a T-shirt(basic mask rose design glows in dark)
And keychain
E-bay
3 charm bracelets, one necklace and one pretty hairpin photos available upon request
And a small plaque I bought outside the majestic that says remember your first time
( I did buy a phantom related t s-hirt from ebay but it's kind of worn)
I think that's all
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