September 15 to 17, 2022
Hunt Valley Delta Marriott, 245 Shawan Road, Hunt Valley, Maryland 21031
NEXT YEAR's DATES is September 7 to 9, 2023
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Questions? Call or text: 443-286-6821
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Yes, the rumors are true. We are taking over the Williamsburg Nostalgia Fest, held November 10 to 12, 2022, in Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia. Judging by the sales of pre-paid admission tickets, we already broke a record in the convention's 25-year history.
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His first convention to sign autographs for fans! Best known for hosting the game show The Newlywed Game on and off since 1966, Bob Eubanks also hosted the successful revamp version of Card Sharks, received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for his television work, and received a lifetime achievement Emmy Award from the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.
ALL OF THE CELEBRITIES WILL BE AT THE CONVENTION ALL THREE DAYS EXCEPT BOB EUBANKS. BOB WILL BE AT THE CONVENTION ALL DAY THURSDAY AND THE FIRST HALF OF FRIDAY.
Few people can brag they exchange battle with Ming the Merciless, but Sam Jones can. Jones made his screen debut in Blake Edwards' comedy film 10 (1979). In 1980, he was cast in the iconic role of Flash Gordon in the cult classic of the same name, Flash Gordon (1980). A solid acting career in mostly television roles followed. He played the title role of The Highwayman on television, the star of Code Red, played the lead in Jane and the Lost City (1987), and comic book fans know him as The Spirit (1987). Jones came back to moviegoers attention, making a cameo as a version of himself in the comedy film Ted (2012).
Truly an epic in the making when Nancy Kovack agreed to attend the convention in September! Her list of television and motion picture credits is extensive from The Man from U.N.C.L.E. to Perry Mason. She was Queenie, the Joker's gun mull on Batman, the beautiful Sophia in Tarzan and the Valley of Gold (1966), kissed Captain Kirk on Star Trek, played the recurring role of Sheila Sommers on Bewitched, played Annie Oakley in the Three Stooges comedy The Outlaws Is Coming (1965), worked with Vincent Price in Diary of a Madman (1963), was the high priestess Medea in Jason and the Argonauts (1963)... and the list goes on.
LORETTA SWIT & JAMIE FARR
Saturday, September 17, will mark the 50th anniversary of the premiere of M*A*S*H so it seems appropriate to have two actors from the TV series signing autographs for fans. Loretta Swit played the role of Major Margaret "Hot Lips" Houlihan on M*A*S*H, for which she won two Emmy Awards. Jamie Farr made his screen debut as Santini in Blackboard Jungle (1955), then appeared on The Twilight Zone, The Dick Van Dyke Show, I Dream of Jeannie, The Andy Griffith Show, and many other TV programs before he signed for the role of corporal Maxwell Q. Klinger in M*A*S*H.
From 1974 to 1983, she starred as Laura Ingall's Wilder on the popular TV series, Little House on the Prairie. During that same run, Gilbert appeared in several television films, including The Diary of Anne Frank and The Miracle Worker. Comic book fans know her as the voice of Barbara Gordon, a.k.a. Batgirl, on the popular Batman: The Animated Series.
Cohn was discovered by actress Charlotte Rae when Rae and the producers ofThe Facts of Life visited Westlake School in Holmby Hills, California, while doing research for the show. Cohn was cast as Natalie Green and portrayed the character for the series' nine-year run (1979–1988), as well as in the reunion movie (2001). She also played guest star roles on 21 Jump Street, Charles in Charge and Diff'rent Strokes.
Mindy Cohn is also known as the voice of Velma on the Scooby Doo, Where Are You? cartoons.
She co-starred with Frankie Laine in Bring Your Smile Along (1955), and appeared in exceptionally strong ingénue roles in The Horse Soldiers (1959) starring John Wayne and Sergeant Rutledge (1960) opposite Jeffrey Hunter. Director Samuel Fuller cast her against type in some of his highly offbeat dramas. She played a stripper girlfriend in Shock Corridor (1963) and in The Naked Kiss (1964) gave a no-holds-barred performance as a former prostitute trying to clean up her act. While TV guest appearances were frequent on such shows The Outer Limits, The Zane Grey Theatre, Perry Mason and others.
We are excited to announce Robert Fuller among this year's celebrity lineup. He is best known for his co-starring roles as Jess Harper and Cooper Smith on the popular 1960s Western series Laramie and Wagon Train, and was also well known for his starring role as Dr. Kelly Brackett in the 1970s medical/action drama Emergency!
Walker portrayed James Evans Jr. ("J.J."), the older son of Florida and James Evans Sr., on the CBS television series, Good Times, which ran from 1974 to 1979, and was nominated for a Golden Globe Award in 1975 and 1976 for his role. While on the show, Walker's character used the catchphrase "Dyn-O-Mite!" which he also used in his mid–1970s TV commercials. He eventually released a stand-up comedy album during the height of his Good Times popularity, for Buddah Records.
Well known for her role as Tara King (succeeding Diana Rigg as Emma Peel) in the British TV adventure series, The Avengers. Since then, she appeared in character roles in many TV series and films, including Thriller, Return of the Saint, Star Trek: The Next Generation, and Tales from the Darkside. She appeared from 1989 to 1992 in the daytime drama One Life to Live as Julia Wheaton Medina.
Few can say their first acting role was a villain on television's BATMAN (1966 series) but Sharyn Wynters can. From there she wrestled Lon Chaney, Jr. in THE FEMALE BUNCH (1971), was the Apache girl in WESTWORLD (1973) and bumped into numerous detectives including LONGSTREET, MATT HELM, BANACEK and MANNIX.
LINDA GAYE SCOTT
She became a fixture on television in the 1960s and 1970s, appearing in numerous TV series, including the role of Moth (Riddler's gun moll) on Batman, as a space alien on The Green Hornet, as Dixie Wells on Bonanza, in the zombie episode of The Man from U.N.C.L.E., romanced Dr. Smith on Lost in Space, Columbo, and many other programs. Science-fiction fans know her as Arlette in the Yul Brynner classic, Westworld (1973). So you can imagine the behind-the-stories she will share during the weekend!
Where do we begin? Besides her numerous roles on Dragnet, Father Knows Best and Leave It To Beaver, she is known for her roles as the little girl in Superman and the Mole-Men (1951), as Ruth in Shane (1953), rescued by The Lone Ranger (1956), and the cult horror classic Spider Baby (1967). But who can forget her performance on Star Trek or as little Lisabeth on Walt Disney's Old Yeller (1957)?
Because Laura Cayouette has a connection with Maryland, she will be attending the convention to meet her fans. She is known for her roles in Enemy of the State (1998), Green Lantern (2011), Now You See Me (2013), and worked with Quentin Tarantino in Kill Bill Vol. 2 (2004) and Django Unchained (2012).
On television, Geri Reischl appeared on Gunsmoke, The Interns, Apple's Way and The Bold Ones. Geri is best known for portraying Jan Brady in nine episodes of The Brady Bunch Hour during the 1976–77 television season. Her appearances as Jan have been referred to as 'Fake Jan'. She has embraced this fan-created moniker as a badge of honor and her personal brand. We all love Geri and are pleased to know she will be returning to the convention in September to meet and greet her fans.
IRON KNIGHT COSPLAY
Iron Knight Cosplay has been appearing as a guest for charity events and conventions since 2015. He has won several awards for his costumes, majority of which are made from scratch. Iron Knight Cosplay has been featured by Marvel Comics, CBR (Comic Book Resources), Screen Rant, magazine covers, and other pop culture entities. He is the Official Resident Cosplayer for MANC and will be bringing classic characters to life throughout the convention.