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Blade has NO signed agreement with any artist to copy his works, and has NOT participated in the makings of them.
All paintings are a FRAUD! without his personal signature.
October 1950 / June 2012 "REST IN PEACE"
EX-VANDALS - "VOICE OF THE GHETTO" INDS
Any paintings "Blade" makes from June 15, 2012 will have his
thumbprint in the right corner to confirm the painting's authenticity.
Vincent Vlasblom kissing Blade's
head & Portia in New York
Blade in Zurich at the Starkart Gallery June 23,2012
New paintings in Vincent Vlasblom's penthouse in Amsterdam July 2012.
"Helenbeck Gallery ( Nice June 15,2012 )
BLADE GREENLIGHT ALE PRESENTING
ALE FRONT OF GREENLIGHT ALE SIGNING BOOK
Doc Magic, Mickey(Amsterdam)Portia,Donna,Donna,Cathy,Blade & Vamm Chi Chi,Blade & Vamm
Paulie, Blade, Taki 183,Ale
Doc Magic & Blade
BLADE SIGNS AUTOGRAPH FOR FAN GRAFF FAN LEARNING SOME HISTORY
BLADE CHILLIN WITH BOOTS 119 Tav gets autograph from Lava
Clyde,Ale & Paulie sign books for Joe 182 Clyde ale & Paulie
Doc Magic signs book for Joe & Fan.
Sar & Chi-Chi 133 Taki 183 in red shirt & fan
Amrl & Snake
AMRL, SNAKE TaV AND FAN SIGNING BOOK
Tav points to his page
Ale Taki, Blade & Paulie address the crowd (questions & answers)
Lava signs book
BLADE CHILLIN BY THE POOL WITH DR. SCHLEIN MAY 2012
DR. STEWIE SCHLEIN MAKES A HOUSE CALL TO BLADE IN FLORIDA MAY 2012
Blade is a true graffiti pioneer, painting over 5,000 pieces on New York’s subway between 1972 and 1984. Blade embodies everything that is classically associated with graffiti: illegally painting trains, whilst avoiding cops, guard dogs, oncoming trains and the third rail. The prize was recognition within a subculture that wider society often hated, long before it became fashionable and graffiti made any transition into galleries. Blade is credited with developing several classic graffiti styles, was exhibited in key early gallery shows and has remained active in the contemporary art World since; his work was recently included in the ‘Art In The Streets’ show at MOCA in LA and the Brooklyn Museum in New York.
Check the Blade slideshow below…
I started writing graffiti in early 1972 with Hondo1, Fresco, Dr. Sex and Camaro 170. My name ‘Blade’ comes from the fact that I always carried my box cutter to work and to gang fights. I was only 15 in 1972 so I always wrote Blade!
Because I was doing graffiti from the beginning
there were no graffiti influences – we learned as we went along. I
painted my first character in November 1974 (Easel Man & Snowman). Back
then the security in train yards was not so tough. I started writing on
mail trucks with Chino1 in 1972, then the buses, then the outside of
trains. I did the insides of trains later.
I got my paint from hardware stores and I racked up all over the city [racking means stealing paint]. In the beginning we would make sketches in school; I sketched until 1980 but many times we we’d go out to paint I would freestyle. My style evolved because I dream in color! My mind has always drifted through space (which you can see in my work).
When I would paint whole cars I would do 750-1000 a year. I would just cut loose and go for it! When we painted the big danger was bring hit by a train or falling off of a layup [where trains park on the elevated tracks – police wouldn’t climb up there] from 50 feet down to the street and get run over by a car or truck. But for us it was the only way to have any self-expression.
We’d hit the same spots maybe three or four times in a row then the spot would get hot so we’d paint somewhere else. In 1974 I remember we paint the ‘money car,’ which carried money through NY. They said no one could paint a piece on it. We did! In 1978 Comet and I both painted double whole cars – that was epic! The culture was competitive but there was no beef – our beef was never with other writers, we were all working against the system. If someone painted something great you’d want to go out and do better but there was no beef; there was a real sense of unity.
The Government had a program that closed schools in 1972 and that had a lot to do with how graf started. My crew became TCF, or The Crazy 5, with Death, Vamm, Crachee, Tull and Comet. Our biggest fear was the Vietnam War. Vamm, Crachee, Death, Tull 13 and myself were listening to Nixon on the radio invading ‘Nam when I was 17 (in 1974). Back then the US had a draft so if they called you then you had to go and fight. I missed the Vietnam draft by 23 days. I was born on January 23,1957. If you’re born up to December 31st 1956 you got your draft card. Those were scary times.
The golden age of graffiti was 1970-1975 because that was the start in NYC! At the start there were no masterpieces, only single hits [bombs] and tags. Masterpieces developed in the summer of 1972; graffiti just got bigger and bigger and now it exists around the whole world.
I painted over 5,000 train cars with Comet. From 1972-1982 I painted all these trains and I never went to jail. Nobody believes it but you can find out anything on the internet! My name is Steven David Ogburn; I was born on the 23rd January 1957 and I only went to jail for one day for racking up paint in 1974! I was chased by the police all the time but I was just so fast - police were also older back in the day!
In terms of styles, I created overlapping 3D letters in 1975 and Blockbuster Letters in 1977. If you see the Subway Art book (Henry Chalfant & Martha Cooper), my best pieces are there, documented for all time!
In terms of painting today I would love to go to Italy! It’s my dream but no gallery has invited me yet. I stopped painting trains in 1984 because I was 30 and I had nothing left to prove. I was the King of NYC graffiti for 10 years and now the galleries want me in Europe.
My first show in Europe was 1981. It’s been
great to show my stuff to people in Europe. They have shown me love for
over 30 years! I made the cover of the Sotheby’s catalogue in Amsterdam
in 2005 - I‘m the first living person to make the cover since Andy
Warhol. I have travelled the world and been in the best museums (Whitney
in NYC, Gronigen Museum in Amsterdam, Boymens’ Museum in Germany, MOCA
in LA). It was an honor to go to China & paint with Zang Dali in 2010.
At 55 I’m happy to be alive and looking forward to bigger & better
things to come!
"You can meet Blade live on June 23rd
2012 6:p.m in Zurich Switzerland.
The Gallery Starkart Exhibitions
(In partnership with the Articks Gallery(Amsterdam)
Steven BLADE Ogburn - A Solo Show at Starkart Exhibitions June 23rd 18:00 - 24:00 (to august 8th?)
Starkart Exhibitions of Zurich in partnership with ArTicks Gallery of Amsterdam are proud to present a solo show by legendary graffiti artist Steven BLADE Ogburn, who will be making a rare personal appearance at the opening.
Originally a focal point for underground parties, Starkart Exhibitions evolved into a cutting-edge urban gallery around three years ago. Since then, their artist - driven approach to curation has resulted in a series of highly successful exhibitions from both unknown and professional artists. Focusing on providing a supportive environment for the arts and their role in the community, Starkart Exhibitions draws an increasingly large and diverse crowd.
Owner Roman Lew is personally curating the upcoming BLADE show, which will feature a selection of his oldschool full train canvases as well as more recent abstract works in a style which the man now known as The King Of Graffiti has referred to as abstragraff. Using the name BLADE, Steven began writing graffiti in the early 1970s, during the infancy of what would grow to be a worldwide art movement. Prior to 1972 he mainly produced ‘single hits’ on walls and the inside of trains. These simple tags evolved into more elaborate early pieces, but it was when he began painting the outsides of trains that BLADE found his medium. Over 5000 trains bore his name between 1972 and 1984, earning him the title ‘King of Trains’ among his friends and contemporaries.Running concurrently with the BLADE solo show is a group show, 'Stencil Bastards', featuring nine international stencil artists and curated by Christian Guemy
DIANE KEVIN DAVE PORTIA KEVIN COOKING UP A STORM BARBECUE
BLADE PORTIA DIANE DAVE CHILLIN KEVIN WITH HIS NEW BLADE PAINTING
BLADE CHECKIN OUT THE MENU AT CRAWDADIES PORT ST. LUCIE FLORIDA 2012 PORTIA KEVIN BLADE CHILLIN
PORTIA KEVIN DIANE CHILLING IN FLORIDA
Authors Alan Fleisher and Paul Iovino present Classic Hits: New York's Pioneering Subway Graffiti Writers (Dokument Press)
Signing by authors Alan Fleisher and Paul Iovino
With original old school subway writers Ale One , Blade One & others
Early 70s New York saw the growth of a new artistic phenomenon: created by kids, for kids, graffiti became one of the greatest and most influential artistic movement of our time, spawning contemporary artists like Seen, Banksy, and Revok. In Classic Hits, Bronx natives Alan Fleisher (ALE) and Paul Iovino (SKAY) talk about where it all started, drawing on their first hand knowledge of graffiti culture and continued friendship with other pioneers to create the most visual book on early 1970s graffiti ever published, including essays and quotations from the greats of the era. Alan and Paul will talk briefly about their experiences and host a signing with writers featured in the book, including Blade 1 and others, to a custom-made soundtrack of 1970s hits!
Book trailer: http://vimeo.com/34886709
686 Fulton Street (at S. Portland)
Blade & Olivier Dahan (Paris art dealer) chillin in New York!
Portia & Blade at the Ace Hotel(Herald Square N.Y.)4/18/12
Helenbeck Gallery Nice, France June
Come See! Blade live
Gear & Blade at the Ace hotel N.Y.C. 4/18/12
June 2011 in (Utrech Holland)
BLADE AND PORTIA AT THERE NEW HOME IN FLORIDA 2012
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Tull13,Death,Blade & Vamm Tull13,Death,Blade,Vamm
Richie,Tull 13,Death,Blade,Vamm,Freedom Richie,Tull13,Death,Blade,Vamm,Gear
The Crazy 5 reunion at the Shamrock pub!
BLADE'S BEST FRIEND Glazer
THE "BLADE boblehead dolls"
they will be coming out by xmas.
TO ORDER PLEASE EMAIL - email@example.com
Crazy5 reunion October 22nd,2011
Blade's promoter Letty & Blade!"Get Well Robbo" Sept.2011
CLASSIC CAR SHOW ORCHARD BEACH SEPT 2011
PJ, BLADE, PORTIA AND COMET
TRIBUTE WALL / SLAVE, MS TAZ, COMET, BLADE HAPPY 48 BIRTHDAY TOE 2011
VAMM, BLADE, COMET CLASSIC CAR SHOW SEPT 2011
KASE 2 "KING OF STYLE / REST IN PEACE 2011
1st Blade & Comet in action 2nd Blade Key & Comet chillin!August 2011
BLADE AND MICKEY PAINTING "THE PRIDE OF THE NETHERLANDS" SHARP JEAN GISMONDI AND BLADE
BLADE AND RECAL BLADE AUTOGRAPHS HIS BOOK
SHOE BLADE CAT GRAF FAN AND PAUL SHOE BLADE AND CLEO
BLADE CHILLIN AT KING HENRY THE 5TH BLADE CRACKING UP
BACK YARD OF JEAN GISMONDI HOME BLADE AND VINCENT VLASBLOM AT HIS PENTHOUSE
YAKI KORNBLIT BLADE AND VINCENT CHILLIN IN ANTIBES
BLADE TOUCHING UP HIS PAINTING BO-24
JOE SPENCER CAPTAIN GONZO AND BLADE
DANNY "RECAL" BLADE 17TH CENTURY LOVE SEAT
BLADE GENEEVER BOTTLE KING BLADE
DINING AT THE KING HENRY THE 4TH BASTIDE
"Fun Factory" July 30th 2011!
Meet Blade in person on June 26th at
the Artick's gallery
We broke the world record for
painting the longest wall in history!
Special thanks to Edo & Mary for organizing a great event!
Slip, Blade & Cav in "A New York State of Mind!
July 9th in Nice on the French Riviera Meet
live Gallerie Helenbeck!
|Steven Ogburn, a graffiti artist also known as
Blade, with his wife Portia and Mr. Ogburn's 1972 Ford Thunderbird. Mr.
Ogburn’s father bought the Thunderbird new in 1972, for $5,800, and
passed it down to him a few years later. The car has been on the road
since.The car’s long hood and wide grille with four headlights are
complemented by period details like whitewall tires and a partial vinyl
roof.The big white coupe looks as if it just fishtailed out of “The
French Connection.”The Thunderbird has 238,000 miles on it. The mileage,
Mr. Ogburn says, is 5 miles per gallon in the city and slightly higher
on the highway.Mr. Ogburn's work is included in “Art in the Streets,” an
exhibition that opened last month at the Museum of Contemporary Art in
Los Angeles.Mr. Ogburn quit painting trains in 1984; now art collectors,
including Paul McCartney, buy his work.
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BLADE IN FRONT OF TRIBUTE MURAL BY LEE TF5 SHARP FAB 5 AND BLADE IN L.A 2011
BLADE, CHEECH, FREEDOM, AND LEE BLADE AND SIMI AT HER GALLERY IN L.A
CLIFF 159, BLADE FAB 5 AND LEE TF5 TRIBUTE MURAL BY LEE 4-14-201 BLADE MEETS PAMELA ANDERSON IN L.A MOCA MUSEUM SHOW 2011
Blade & Martha at the MOCA4/2011 Blade & Os Gemeos chillin at the MOCA in LA 4/2011
BLADE FIRST NITE AT MOCA. MURAL PAINTED BY RIME AND RISK!
Blade and Portia at the "MOCA museum" in front of Blade tribute wall. On 4-14-11 in Los Angeles.
Rime painted in Blade's honor at "The Geffen Contemporary at Moca"
Blade & Portia at the Geneve switzerland airport Jan 2011
Lee chilin at the Shepard Fairy show at the Jeffrey Deitch Gallery summer 2010
Blade & Portia riding above his eyeball piece!
"Blade, Ben, Ale one & James , December 2010 on the balcony!
:"Come meet Blade & Portia in
Franc's Gallery in Geneva,Switzerland
on December 2nd,2010 ,"The hostess
Party time train
Just walking with my thoughts1
Tomorrow is Forever
ERIC FIRESTONE GALLERY PRESENTS
"DOWN BY LAW"
AUGUST 14TH - SEPTEMBER 26TH 2010
East Hampton's Long Island N.Y
BLADE, MARTHA COOPER AND HENRY CHALFANT
WILL BE SIGNING SUBWAY ART BOOKS 6PM TO 9PM
EAST HAMPTON PRESS
Vamm of the original Crazy 5 from 1972
Chilling in the East Hamptons at Eric Firestone's Gallery by Blades new masterpiece
that sold september 25th!
THE EAST HAMPTON STAR, AUGUST 19 2010
Village Voice tuesday"s PAPERS 8/24/10
Ten Pioneering Pieces Of Hip-Hop Street Art
Blade and Coco 144 are two of the first-generation graffiti icons profiled in the exhibition. After coming to prominence in the '70s by painting his name on over 5,000 subway trains, Blade is certified graffiti royalty. Along with Andy Warhol, Blade is also the only living artist to have his work appear on the cover of the Sotheby's catalog. Fellow trailblazer Coco 144 made the train yard at Broadway and 137th Street his playground during the same era while also creating the world's first stencil movement--an invention that helped him swiftly spread his name throughout the city. With both artists on hand to offer expert commentary, here are ten pioneering examples of the development of New York City street art.
Keeping with the Wild Style theme, Ecuador-born but Queens-raised graffiti artist Lady Pink saw her profile rise after snagging a co-starring role in the film. While not the first female to roam the streets with a spray can in her hand, she came to define an era when she started to paint in 1979. Coco 144: "Lady Pink was representing the women who were painting at that time. Her work is dynamic." Blade: "One of the best artists I ever saw paint."
Recently departed gothic-futurist Rammellzee expressed himself in both music and painting, as if beaming in thoughts and ideas from another star system. In between preparing treatises pontificating on the symbolism of the alphabetic, Rammellzee also found time to grab a cameo in Wild Style, swaggering around on stage nursing a shotgun in one hand and a mic in the other. Blade: "He was further out there than the rest of us and expressed that in his work--you can always pick it out in a crowd because of the abstract angle. I was inspired by a lot of the madness that he was creating. He took the work into a totally different dimension to say the least." Coco 144: "Pretty much everything about Rammellzee wasn't about painting a name but about the abstract ideas behind his thinking."
"I remember Basquiat was writing his name as SAMO at one point, but I feel that he was in the right place at the right time to execute what he wanted to do," says Coco 144 of Basquiat's rise from street artist to darling of the downtown gallery scene. "I wouldn't say that he didn't execute it on the streets, because he did, but he also had a dialogue with Andy Warhol that allowed him to take the genre to another level. He was able to then execute his work in a studio setting." Furthering Basquiat's legend, he collaborated with Rammellzee and K-Rob for 1983's "Beat Bop"--a 12-inch release regularly lauded as the world's rarest and most expensive vinyl hip-hop record, due to Basquiat's cover artwork and the low number of copies pressed up. (Rumor also has it that Basquiat intended to rhyme on the track, until Rammellzee vetoed the idea.)
Just as the trio of Run, DMC and Jam Master Jay helped herald a new era of hip-hop, favoring sparse beats and abrasive rhyming over the disco-influenced party agenda of the old school, so their logo signaled the start of what Coco 144 calls "the incorporation of street culture, or subway culture, into the commercial world." There's a degree of mystique about who created their logo--it's sometimes attributed to Haze; other rumors suggest it was formulated by someone at the group's record label--but its iconic power is undisputed. Today it's a staple for hip spin-off tees ("Run-LES"), and there's even a Run-DMC logo generator online.
When it comes to the art of the golden-era hip-hop logo, Haze is king. After paying dues painting the same Broadway line trains as Coco 144, he transferred his skills into the graphic design realm, took advantage of hip-hop music's increased corporate set-up, and sketched out logos and album covers for Tommy Boy Records, EPMD, Public Enemy, and the Beastie Boys. Among his portfolio is the Cold Chillin' logo (pictured), which helped give a recognizable stamp of quality to releases from Marley Marl and his Juice Crew associates (Big Daddy Kane, Kool G Rap, Masta Ace, Roxanne Shante, Biz Markie, MC Shan).
IN THE NEW YORK TIMES Sunday's PAPERS 8/22/10
Credit: Eric Firestone Gallery
FRONT PAGE "BLADE AND ZHANG DALI
AKA AK 47" 2010 MORE INFO >>>
|A public controversy surfaced in Beijing's newspapers in early 1998. At it's center was an image that had become familiar to the city's many urban residents: a spray painted profile of a large bald head, sometimes two meters tall. The graffiti head seemed to have been duplicating itself, and it's appearances gradually spread from the inner city to beyond the Third Ring Road,. Alone or in groups, the head was found within the confines of small neighborhoods and along major avenues. Who was the man behind these images.? What did he want to say or do.? Should he be punished when identified.? What kind of penalty should he receive.? Was the image a sort of public art and therefore legitimate.? What is public art anyway.? To a city of 10 million that had not been exposed to the graffiti art of the west, these questions were new. None of them had straightforward answers.|
|Blade is a member of one of graffiti's most famous crews. The Crazy Five. In the early 70's he and his boys Death, Vamm, Crachee, Tull, and his partner Comet bombed the trains with full force, often under the influence of various substances. Their style represents the freedom of youth, rock and roll, and teens with out limits making their mark. Blade career on the trains can be compared only to a select few other masters. His spontaneity and never-ending output made it possible for him to bring his most bizarre ideas to life. His images were not political, but more personally focused. The trains were his diary, Blade's pieces directly, reflected his real life. His favorite shirt, a night out partying with his friends, his bandmates: Blade used all of these things as his subject matter. He blasted out ideas that were simple and cartoony, but with a serious psychological energy and strange impact.|
THE AGENDA PHILADEPHIA
STYLE FILE: Blade, the self-proclaimed king of graffiti, says he’s tagged more than 5,000 subway cars. Shown are three caught by photographer Henry Chalfant's lens.
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Blade & henry chalfant in PHILADEPHIA!
we like to thank the fans for purchasing all 150 books sold drexel university
special thanks to zeek!
PHILADEPHIA the city of brotherly love april 2010
Is it art or is it vandalism?
That's the question graffiti photographer Henry Chalfant says he gets the most. He'll seek to answer it with collaborator Martha Cooper and New York graffiti artist Blade at a Q&A, screening of street art doc Style Wars and signing of the 25th anniversary edition of Chalfant's book Subway Art (Chronicle), which includes 70 additional photographs and a new intro.
"You will see graffiti at its prime and be able to talk to the people who lived through and witnessed it firsthand," says Drexel event coordinator Zeek Weil of the multidisciplinary event produced by the university's Westphal College of Media Arts & Design.
Though Chalfant began his artistic career primarily as a sculptor, he became fascinated with graffiti and started photographing it in the mid-'70s. New York City was facing financial crisis and widespread poverty, but youth culture flourished on brick walls and the sides of trains with relative impunity to punishment. "It seemed that something that had started out as mischief turned into real art," Chalfant says. With director Tony Silver, the photographer produced the film Style Wars to document a clash in aesthetics: graffiti artists vs. the city.
While big corporations can flog people with their opinions through horizon-swallowing billboards, Chalfant argues, "graffiti introduced to the world a venue for youth, especially marginalized youth, to express themselves. Similar to hip-hop, it gave voice to people who did not have other forms of media."
The centerfold of Chalfant's Subway Art is a piece by Blade, the (UNDISPUTED!!!!!!) King of Graffiti. Though his work is now exhibited internationally, Blade fondly recalls his graffiti roots and echoes Chalfant's sentiment. "By the mid-'70s you have thousands of teens not having any trouble with each other, just running around the underground having fun," he says. "Graffiti was a way to express your creativity because all the school programs were being cut at that time." Between 1972 and 1984, Blade says he tagged more than 5,000 train cars.
Want to know how he did it without ever getting arrested? Ask him yourself during the Q&A with Chalfant, Cooper and Blade following the screening. Filmed during the early '80s, Style Wars highlights the heyday of graffiti and the beginnings of hip-hop culture, featuring prominent artists and scene celebs like breakdancer Crazy Legs from the Rock Steady Crew. But the film has seen better days and needs restoration. Particularly inspired audience members are encouraged to make donations to the Style Wars film fund and get their names in the credits of a rereleased edition.
Since the event is meant to celebrate the finest of graffiti culture, Blade suggests you be prepared when you get in line for the book signing. "Don't bring some Sharpie," he says. "Bring me a silver paint marker to sign with." SPECIAL THANKS TO "CORNBREAD" FOR SPEAKING THAT NIGHT AT THE EVENT!
Floor,Vincent & Mike in front of Blade's Painting Jan.2010 Holland!
Vincent & Mike
Prince Beau infront of King Blade's painting!
Gismondi Helenback Gallery in Paris
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"IZ THE WIZ" MEMORIAL SERVICE
@ TUFF CITY STYLE 650 FORDHAM ROAD
BRONX NY THIS SUNDAY JUNE 21,2009 1PM - 6PM FOR MORE INFO / TEL- 1718 563-4157
Sar.Iz the wiz,Lee,Spar,Ale one,&
Blade at Sar's house in 1990!!!
at the haven art gallery, candlelight ceremony for graffiti king "IZ THE
50 Bruckner Blvd. Bldg. A
Bronx NY 10454 Hours 7pm - 10 pm
Blade & Portia & all of "The Crazy
Five" send out their regrets & condolences for
Iz the Wiz (Master Pioneer Bomber of the 70s & 80s) He will be missed greatly!!!!
"IZ THE WIZ" THE MASTER BLASTER
1958 - 2009 REST IN PEACE!
Slave Tf5 Dien and Rolieo
Blade,Henry Chalfant &
will be in London
on June 25,2009 at the
Thames & Hudson booksigning for the Subway
25th Anniversary Edition.
"Blade & Portia would like to send a special & heartfelt thanks to all of the 1,895 guests, fans & friends who came out to the opening night
to show their love & support to him & the Helenbeck Gallery ( Chantal. Brigitte & Jean Gismondi ) whomade all of this possible. We'd also
like to thank all of the sponsors who backed this
historical event! Last but not least,we'd like to thank everyone involved in
Splashlight into the beautifully elegant palace it became to serve as a perfect venue!
Assortments of art at the opening
SHARP LEE WITH SON
LEE'S MADONNA GUEST AND LEE
SASHA JENKENS AND WIFE BRIGITTE AND SHABAZZ
BLADE WITH CLAUDE AND CATHERINE
BANNER SPONSORED BY DUGGAL JASON AND BLADE
SHARP AND DAZE CRASH AND CHARLIE AHEARN
CRASH AND MARTHA COOPER NIC ONE AND PORTIA
BLADE'S BLUE PASTEL
BLADE'S SUNKIST BLADES BOOBAH RETURNS
ANOTHER BLOCK BUSTER PROD. SUE BLADE MICHAEL SUZY
SUE BLADE MIMI BLADE'S DOUBLE TAKE
LEE AND MATT BLADE AND MOM
BLADE SHADOW PORTIA AND MATT LOUIE THE 14 AMOIRE
BLADE'S TIME WARP 4/84 LOUIE THE 14 RABBIT CHAIR
BLADE AND FRIENDS MATT AND REVOLT
HENRY CHALFANT AND MATT BLADE PARTIES HARDY AND MECHANICAL LETTERS
KING BLADE BLADE'S GOD MOTHER (RUBY) MOM AND DAD
CATHY PORTIA GEAR BLADE AND JOHN
Blade & Lee now Blade is 52 & Lee is 48.In 1982.Blade was 25years old & Lee was 21!
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