October 12, 2017 Record of the Day

One of the rarest Annette collectibles is the single “Meetin’ at the Malt Shop” from 1958. It’s unique in the sense that Annette is not heard on the record. Her name is listed only because she is pictured on the sleeve and mentioned on the label. The picture sleeve also shows Tim Considine, best known for the Disney serial “Spin and Marty” and as one of Fred McMurray’s sons on “My Three Sons.” A copy of the record and picture sleeve, released on Disneyland records, is worth up to $600.00 today.

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