Auctioneer Joe Maddalena travels to Chicago to examine a prop from "Mary Poppins" in the debut of the reality series following Joe and his team as they track down Hollywood memorabilia to put up for bid.
Joe searches a puppeteer's shed for treasures and finds masks from "Enemy Mine," "James and the Giant Peach" puppets and props from "The Nightmare Before Christmas"; a copy of "The Wizard of Oz" book autographed by the movie cast is discovered; Robbie the Robot ("Forbidden Planet") resurfaces.
Joe finds cyborg heads from "Terminator Salvation" while visiting a warehouse owned by special-effects legend Stan Winston; the roof of a bar may hold an airplane once flown by James Bond; artifacts from RKO Radio Pictures are examined.
Actress Debbie Reynolds wants to put her collection of props and costumes up for bid; a comic store owner's "Hellboy" model gets appraised; an item that may have come from "2001: A Space Odyssey" is examined.
Props from "Batman Returns," "Camelot," "Star Trek" and "The Patriot" are featured; an expert examines what may be an original movie poster for the 1933 version of "The Invisible Man"; Joe seeks out something for his personal collection in Philadelphia.
Joe's annual Appraisal Fair inspires him to offer a vacation getaway to the team member who finds him the most interesting item; a "Sheena, Queen of the Jungle" costume and a sweater worn by Jeff Bridges in "The Big Lebowski" are examined.
Horror movie memorabilia is examined at a collector's home in North Carolina; director Mel Stuart talks about an alternate ending for "Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory"; Burt Ward weighs in on what may be Robin's sidecar from the "Batman" TV series.
Director Frank Darabont puts items up for bid to benefit victims of Japan's tsunami, including hammers from "The Shawshank Redemption" and masks from "The Walking Dead." Also: "The Rocketeer" helmet is featured.