Lectures For Lifelong Learners!

Rob Feeney

Rob Feeney

Rob Feeney

Movie Buff

Movie Memorabilia, Marketing

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First-time author and avid movie buff Rob Feeney earned his Master of Arts degree in Organizational Leadership from Adler Graduate School in 2008. A previous Fine Arts student, and professional Fine Artist, Rob held several successful corporate responsibilities in sales and marketing for some of America’s favorite brands before finding himself unemployed and assuming the role of publicist and spokesperson for the Judy Garland Children’s Museum after the theft of Garland's ruby slippers from The Wizard Of Oz. This led to media coverage in TIME, Rolling Stone, Vanity Fair, Harper’s Bizarre, Newsweek, “The Today Show,” “Good Morning America,” "Pawn Stars," and more. Now employed by a top Global Life Safety and Security company, Rob resides in Minneapolis with his beautiful daughter, a killer police dog, and black cat named “Elsie.”

Lectures include:

Hollywood Movie Memorabilia

Ever wonder what happened to the famous submersible car in the James Bond film “The Spy Who Loved Me”? The bed used in the opening “slasher” scene in “Basic Instinct”? John Travolta’s screen-worn suit from “Pulp Fiction”? Marilyn Monroe’s famous white dress that blows high in the air in “The Seven Year Itch”? We’ll tell you where those items and more are currently located in this nostalgic lecture by a movie prop collector who has handled some of Hollywood’s most iconic pieces. Learn who owns them, what they auctioned for, and where they are now in this hour-long lecture full of great movie memories.

How I Helped Find The Stolen Ruby Slippers from "The Wizard Of Oz"

The ruby slippers Judy Garland wears in “The Wizard Of Oz” are among the most iconic pieces of memorabilia in film history. Truly, they belong in a museum. And for years they were in the Judy Garland Museum in Grand Rapids, MN. Until one day in 2005, they weren’t. This hour-long lecture chronicles the theft, the police and FBI’s efforts to recover the slippers, and how and why it took years to find them. It’s a story you will not believe, told by someone who was directly involved in the recovery process.

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