We’re on Facebook!

Debbies Book has launched it’s new Facebook Page! Come check us out and Like our page. We’ve also taken full advantage of the new Timeline feature to give you, our valued user, a chance to understand the history of Debbies Book. On our Facebook page we will also announce new changes and features to the […]

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ABC Caskets

Don’t let the casket business turn you off. Isabelle and Joey are eagerly there to help you with your rentals or sales. They are perfect for the Industry due to a couple of factors. They will specially customize your casket any way you want: almost any wood or metal and any color. The last time […]

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Tara Designs

Check out Tara Design’s new video on our website under Asian Antiques & Artifacts. Their showroom pieces have been seen all over, including True Blood (season 5), Rolling Stones Magazine, and Time Magazine (Home of Steven Tyler). Their furniture and textiles combine traditional designs with modern techniques. Many of their pieces are artfully made from […]

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Ben Gordon Balloon Artist

Need a little fun in your life? Ben has balloons and will travel. He has seemingly worked with everyone, including celebrities like Jessica Alba and her husband to doing street shows for the general public. Whether your party is for some kids or the next corporate “Big Kids” party, Ben Gordon’s talents can shine. Ben’s […]

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Prop Services West Has Moved!

Swing by and check out PSW’s new location in North Hollywood. Once again all under one roof, Prop Services West has relocated to the valley. Their new address is at 7040 Laurel Canyon Blvd. in North Hollywood. Founded in 1978 by Set Decorator Bill Harp and Art Director Chuck Murawski, PSW has long been a […]

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Where is Billy Mitchell?

Billy Mitchell, former set decorator and owner of Billy Mitchell’s Native American Prop House, closed up shop in 2007. He moved to Indiana to be closer to his wife’s family. This certainly doesn’t mean he has stopped working his trade. Billy still has some collections of Native American tribal artifacts, pottery, baskets, rugs, and other […]

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Dream Woodshop

While visiting USITT I was directed towards a particular blog by Eric Hart. One of his latest posts shares a video that I felt compelled to share as well. The blog is a terrific resource for prop manufacturing and an interesting look into some of his projects. The video he links to is a short piece showing […]

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Hollywood Studio Gallery / Ed Stephenson

I first met Ed Stephenson in 1976 when he was relocating the set of the Norman Lear sitcom “Maude” to the Metro Media Channel 11 (which was located in 1976 across from KTLA Studios/Channel 5 on Sunset Boulevard… however it was since torn down and is now a High School) I remember fondly that Ed’s […]

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2012 USITT Convention

The USITT Convention was last week in Long Beach. Everyone from theater schools, manufacturers, suppliers and distributors that specialize in scenery, costumes, and sound/lighting technicians to properties, make-up, special effects, stage managers and all other manner of craftsperson working in the theater were drawn to the Long Beach Convention Center last week to find fresh […]

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R.C. Vintage

With Bright Lights and Color when you first walk into R.C. Vintage, you will be surrounded by unusual items and great vintage furniture. Checked in on Will Carter last week at one of his prop houses in North Hollywood, California. He had called to tell me he had some new airport seats. Come over and […]

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