字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 RICK: What in the world is this? It's a 1959 Disneyland fire extinguisher. Disneyland fire extinguisher. JASON: Yes, sir. OK. Do you know the Disneyland fire department, Walt Disney lived upstairs? Really? You ever see the firepole? JASON: Yeah, yeah. They actually had to cap that off because people were climbing up into his apartment. Nice. [LAUGHTER] Came down to the shop today to sell my 1959 Disneyland fire extinguisher. I did some research on the extinguisher, found a couple that sold on the internet for a few hundred dollars. I'm asking for 2,500 bucks for the fire extinguisher. I don't need it. Get some money, take my kids to Disneyland. Let them have some fun from Walt Disney on Walt Disney. Won't come out of my pocket. This is cool. Did some research on it. It looks like they made it for a collector's edition of Disneyland people that, you know, collect Disneyland stuff. OK. JASON: There is a date on it, 1955. It was his speech that he said on opening day. It's about all the research I could really do on it. All right. You know, Disney always did those things that everyone said that wouldn't work. JASON: Right. You know, what he did was he created a theme park that was really clean and cool and family friendly because every other theme park really wasn't theme parks, it was like places like Coney Island that were a little seedy-- - Right. Little small place. He opened up Disneyland, and he made a fortune. Yeah. Disney is a company that is absolutely amazing when it comes to making money. They licensed their characters all over the world-- toys, games, apparel, and the list goes on and on. Maybe I ought to rethink my business plan. [LAUGHS] I assume you want to sell it? - Yes, sir. - OK. And how much you looking to get out of it? 2,500. All right. It's-- well, a hardcore Disneyland collector will love it. Well, I hate to tell you, it's fake. Disney never had any of these made that look like this, never licensed them or anything else. OK. RICK: You see this Mickey Mouse right here? Right. That's Mickey sort of the way he was in the 1930s. JASON: OK. OK? And then you have a 1959 monorail right there. JASON: Right. Anything Disney, Mickey always had to be perfect, OK? If this was made in 1959 or the 1960s, he would've looked like 1959 or 1960s Mickey. Oh, OK. So they're just made by somebody that wanted to make some money. Yep. It's like a gazillion other fakes I've seen over the years. That sucks, man. I'm sorry, man. Thanks for bringing it, though. Appreciate it. Appreciate it, brother. Have a good day, man. Oh, dang. JASON: Came here today, found out it was fake. I'm so sad.