字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 CHUMLEE: So what do we have here today? I have a talking Herman Munster doll. OK. I restore vintage talking dolls from the '60s. All right. Do you mind if I take a look at it? No, go right ahead. Do you know when this came out? 1964 1964, OK. I know he spent several hours every day doing the makeup, and they actually made this flat part of his head new every day. But I never realized he only have three fingers and a thumb. Yeah. [laughing] I came down to the pawn shop today to try to sell my talking Herman Munster doll. Originally, I bought him online for $300. I'm hoping to get $600 for him, but the least I will take is $500. Yeah, this is pretty cool. It looks like it's in good condition. "The Munsters" was a huge hit when it came out. I recall Herman Munster's the head of the household. He was part of a family of monsters, and they were just trying to live their daily life as normal people. But you can imagine at 7 feet tall, size 26 shoe-- probably pretty hard to live a normal life. Can I pull the string? TERRI: Sure. How many things does he say? TERRI: 11. HERMAN MUNSTER DOLL: You are the ghoul of my dreams. You are the ghoul of my dreams. HERMAN MUNSTER DOLL: I love your hands-- so cold and clammy. Well, that's pretty cool. Did you have to do anything besides clean it up? Did you repaint it? I didn't repaint him at all. But when you clean him, the black will wash off on here, so you have to pretty much take him all apart. CHUMLEE: It looks like you did a pretty good job at reselling him there. Yeah, he still has the tush tag on his back, which tells you the year he was made. So what would you like to do with it? I would like to sell him. OK, and how much are you looking to get? I'm looking to get $600 for him. OK. $600 for a talking doll doesn't sound unreasonable, but I don't know if that leaves me any room to make a profit. Well, this is usually the part where I offer you 50 bucks. That's not going to work. [laughing] Tell me what you want for it. I would like $600 for him. OK, there's going to be no way I can get you $600. Although it's obviously worth $600, I gotta have room to make something there. Would you take $450? I'll take $500 for him. I would normally pass on that. But I think it appeals to a lot of different markets, so I really don't see it sitting around for too long. It's a deal. - All right. - $500. Great. Cool. Thank you. - All right. Bring him with us. All right. We ended up settling on $500, which-- it didn't really surprise me because when he first seen this toy, he really liked it a lot. So I kind of had a feeling we were going to make a deal.