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  • RICK: What in the world is this?

  • It's a 1959 Disneyland fire extinguisher.

  • Disneyland fire extinguisher.

  • JASON: Yes, sir.

  • OK.

  • Do you know the Disneyland fire department,

  • Walt Disney lived upstairs?

  • Really?

  • You ever see the firepole?

  • JASON: Yeah, yeah.

  • They actually had to cap that off

  • because people were climbing up into his apartment.

  • Nice.

  • [LAUGHTER]

  • Came down to the shop today to sell my 1959

  • Disneyland fire extinguisher.

  • I did some research on the extinguisher,

  • found a couple that sold on the internet

  • for a few hundred dollars.

  • I'm asking for 2,500 bucks for the fire extinguisher.

  • I don't need it.

  • Get some money, take my kids to Disneyland.

  • Let them have some fun from Walt Disney on Walt Disney.

  • Won't come out of my pocket.

  • This is cool.

  • Did some research on it.

  • It looks like they made it for a collector's

  • edition of Disneyland people that, you

  • know, collect Disneyland stuff.

  • OK.

  • JASON: There is a date on it, 1955.

  • It was his speech that he said on opening day.

  • It's about all the research I could really do on it.

  • All right.

  • You know, Disney always did those things that everyone

  • said that wouldn't work.

  • JASON: Right.

  • You know, what he did was he created a theme park that was

  • really clean and cool and family friendly

  • because every other theme park really wasn't theme parks,

  • it was like places like Coney Island

  • that were a little seedy-- - Right.

  • Little small place.

  • He opened up Disneyland, and he made a fortune.

  • Yeah.

  • Disney is a company that is absolutely amazing

  • when it comes to making money.

  • They licensed their characters all over the world--

  • toys, games, apparel, and the list goes on and on.

  • Maybe I ought to rethink my business plan.

  • [LAUGHS]

  • I assume you want to sell it?

  • - Yes, sir. - OK.

  • And how much you looking to get out of it?

  • 2,500.

  • All right.

  • It's-- well, a hardcore Disneyland

  • collector will love it.

  • Well, I hate to tell you, it's fake.

  • Disney never had any of these made that look like this,

  • never licensed them or anything else.

  • OK.

  • RICK: You see this Mickey Mouse right here?

  • Right.

  • That's Mickey sort of the way he was in the 1930s.

  • JASON: OK.

  • OK?

  • And then you have a 1959 monorail right there.

  • JASON: Right.

  • Anything Disney, Mickey always had to be perfect, OK?

  • If this was made in 1959 or the 1960s,

  • he would've looked like 1959 or 1960s Mickey.

  • Oh, OK.

  • So they're just made by somebody that wanted to make some money.

  • Yep.

  • It's like a gazillion other fakes I've seen over the years.

  • That sucks, man.

  • I'm sorry, man. Thanks for bringing it, though.

  • Appreciate it.

  • Appreciate it, brother.

  • Have a good day, man.

  • Oh, dang.

  • JASON: Came here today, found out it was fake.

  • I'm so sad.

RICK: What in the world is this?

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ポーンスターズ。偽物のディズニー火消し(シーズン13)|歴史 (Pawn Stars: Fake Disney Fire Extinguisher (Season 13) | History)

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