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Fred Crane's Suitcase and 50 Dollar Bill
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Origin

Fred Crane

Type

Suitcase and 50 Dollar Bill

Effects

By sacrificing items inside of the suitcase, the owner of the 50 dollar bill gains fame and fortune.

Downsides

There must always be something to give to the suitcase or the bill will take back everything.

Activation

Putting items inside of the suitcase.

Collected by

Arthur Nielson

Section

Cheque-832J

Aisle

5686268-74677408

Shelf

44699844-742367-6643207

Date of Collection

June 23rd, 1989

[Source]


OriginEdit

Fred Crane, Herman Frederick Crane, (March 22, 1918 – August 21, 2008) was an American film and television actor and radio announcer. He is probably best known for his role as Brent Tarleton in the 1939 film, Gone with the Wind, speaking the opening lines in the movie during the opening scene with Scarlett O'Hara (Vivien Leigh) and Stuart Tarleton (George Reeves).

Around the time he was 20, his mother gave him that legendary "$50 and a suitcase" to come out to Hollywood and get into motion pictures, impressed that a neighbor's daughter had signed a movie contract, but also knowing that her son had the mettle to perform (on stage at college, and later in film, television and radio).

The original suitcase and 50 dollar bill were originally separated, having been spent and lost by Fred himself. But by their compelling want to become together again they were reunited in 1989.

EffectsEdit

If a person sacrifices personal items into the suitcase, then the owner of the 50 dollar bill gains fame and personal gain.

Unfortunately, the suitcase must be used periodically or the bill will take back everything given to the owner.

CollectionEdit

Collected by Arthur Nielson on June 23rd, 1989 in Hollywood, California.

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