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  • CHUMLEE: How you doing? XAN: Hey.

  • How are you?

  • What do you have here?

  • I brought you Bob Hope--

  • his original comic from 1950.

  • Hey, Rick.

  • RICK: What?

  • CHUMLEE: Check this out.

  • It's a Bob Hope comic book.

  • Oh, that's pretty cool.

  • Do you know who Bob Hope is?

  • "The Price Is Right."

  • No.

  • That's Bob Barker.

  • This is Bob Hope.

  • Different old Bob.

  • You know, Bob Hope and Bing Crosby-- like,

  • Jerry Lewis and Dean Martin.

  • Who?

  • Like Harold and Kumar.

  • OK. RICK: All right?

  • OK.

  • [LAUGHS]

  • [DING]

  • Bob Hope-- he was a pretty amazing guy.

  • He entertained troops in World War II, Korea, Vietnam.

  • He was the only honorary veteran in the United States

  • because he did so much stuff for the USO,

  • live to be 100 years old.

  • 100?

  • Yep.

  • And when he was in a movie, it made money.

  • He was so popular, he had his own comic book.

  • CHUMLEE: Sweet.

  • RICK (VOICEOVER): Bob Hope was an absolute Hollywood legend.

  • He was in over 70 films.

  • And he hosted The Academy Awards 19 times.

  • I'm just afraid anyone under the age of 50

  • doesn't really know who he is.

  • So where did you get this?

  • I actually got this on an online auction.

  • RICK: OK.

  • Well, it looks in relatively good shape.

  • I assume you want to sell it?

  • Yes.

  • How much do you want for it?

  • XAN: I believe it might be worth about $500.

  • RICK: I don't know how collectible Bob

  • Hope is, to tell you the truth.

  • I just have no idea what the demand

  • would be for this due to the fact that it's not an action

  • hero. It's Bob Hope.

  • It's a little weird. - Right.

  • Yeah. - OK?

  • Do you mind if I have someone look at it?

  • That'd be great.

  • I have a friend in town.

  • Yeah, he grades comics for a living.

  • He knows what he's doing.

  • I'll be right back.

  • I'll give him a call.

  • And we'll go from there, OK?

  • Great.

  • XAN (VOICEOVER): I'm glad and expert's coming in

  • to look at the comic just to be sure that it's all there

  • and to get their opinion on the grade.

  • [CHA-CHING]

  • PAUL LITCH: Ah, a Bob Hope Number 1.

  • RICK: I mean, the whole weird thing is it's Bob Hope.

  • It's not like he's a superhero.

  • PAUL LITCH: Yeah.

  • In the '50s, superheroes were going down.

  • They-- they weren't as popular.

  • And so what DC started to do is license celebrities.

  • They did stories in here that would relate to some

  • of the movies coming out.

  • So they kind of did some cross marketing there.

  • RICK: OK.

  • PAUL LITCH (VOICEOVER): The Bob Hope comic ran from Issue 1

  • from 1950 all the way to 1968.

  • I mean, 18 years for a continual run on a comic is pretty great.

  • RICK: So what's the grade on this thing?

  • PAUL LITCH: All right.

  • Well, it looks pretty nice.

  • It's got a few creases, tear along the spine there.

  • Doesn't look restored at all.

  • Little bit of tanning, a chip out at the top right.

  • You know, I think CGC would give it about a 6.0.

  • RICK: The big question is, what's it worth?

  • I would put a certified 6.0 price at around $600.

  • That's the price.

  • But are they easy to sell?

  • PAUL LITCH: I mean, most people my age, we-- we know Bob Barker

  • more than we know Bob Hope.

  • Told you.

  • RICK: So you're calling me old?

  • No.

  • You are old.

  • I'm just stating a fact.

  • [LAUGHS]

  • Anyway, I think at $600, you can't go wrong.

  • RICK: OK.

  • Thanks, man.

  • I really appreciate it. - You got it, Rick.

  • Anytime. - All right.

  • - Good to see you again. - See you next time.

  • Take care.

  • People love first issues.

  • Issue 1s always are collectible.

  • How fast Rick will sell it, I really can't say.

  • I know he gets a lot of foot traffic through the shop.

  • And I think he should be able to move it.

  • RICK: So what's your best price of this?

  • XAN: Well, if it's worth $600 and I'm only asking $500,

  • I hope that's a great deal for Bob.

  • CHUMLEE: I think Bob would say the price

  • is gonna have to be right.

  • [LAUGHS]

  • RICK: [LAUGHS]

  • I mean, your problem here is it's Bob Hope.

  • I mean, unless you're over 50, no one really

  • knows who Bob Hope is anymore.

  • I think it's gonna be a tough sell.

  • I'll give you $300 for it.

  • How about $400?

  • I'll give you $325.

  • And I won't go a penny more.

  • I mean, that, literally, is it.

  • Congratulations.

  • Well, thanks, man.

  • I appreciate it.

  • The price is right.

  • [LAUGHS]

  • RICK: [LAUGHS]

  • All right.

  • Let's go write it up.

  • XAN (VOICEOVER): I believe it was a win-win

  • for that particular price.

  • I'm gonna give the money to my wife.

  • And I have no idea what the hell she's gonna do with it.

  • [CHA-CHING]

  • RICK: [LAUGHS]

  • CHUMLEE: What are you laughing at?

  • RICK: This Bob Hope comic.

  • COREY: Bob Hope comic book?

  • RICK: Yeah.

  • You know Bob Hope.

  • He, like, did New Year's Eve for, like,

  • years, and years, and years.

  • He's got the airport named after him in California.

  • That was "Dick Clark's Rocking Eve."

  • COREY: It's not Dick Clark International Airport.

  • RICK: I know.

  • It's Bob Hope International Airport.

  • Never mind.

  • I'm just telling you, those old comedians have nothing

  • on the new wave of comedians.

  • RICK: Why is it that all you guys ever want to do

  • is argue with me?

  • COREY: You're always saying I refuse to learn anything.

  • I learned that Bob Hope and Dick Clark aren't the same person.

  • No kidding.

  • Maybe you'll grow a brain one day.

  • CHUMLEE: Coming from the guy reading comics.

  • COREY: Old Bob Hope comics.

  • CHUMLEE: [LAUGHS]

CHUMLEE: How you doing? XAN: Hey.

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