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    On Tour: | 2008 Tour Slideshow

    Behind the Scenes in San Antonio, Texas

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      Texas pride was easy to find in San Antonio.
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      The furniture awaits its fate on set. A few large pieces are pre-selected for each tour city and delivered to the Roadshow venue the day before.
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      Part of the Roadshow experience is meeting other fans of the show in line and chatting about what they've brought to the event.
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      Audio engineer Gilles Morin listens carefully as an appraisal is being taped on set.
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      This guest happily cuddles her collection of Steiff stuffed animals.
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      Host Mark Walberg squeezes into a tiny, 2-cylinder 1968 Subaru 360. The 360 was the first Subaru imported into the United States and got 66 miles per gallon.
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      Jewelry expert Kevin Zavian examines a collection of watches in the green room before taping his appraisal. He later valued the collection at between $16,000 and $18,000.
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      A view of the action from inside Roadshow's mobile control unit, a.k.a. "The Truck." As well as other kinds of technical wizardry that goes on, the director calls the shots from here to the cameras on set during the appraisal tapings.
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      This couple brought in a printing cylinder from The Dallas Morning News that may have been used to print the paper's front-page story of John F. Kennedy's assassination.
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      On the "Your Stories" video set cameraman Marcus Chase records a guest as she talks about her table and tea set.
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      Individual lines snake around the perimeter of the set as guests wait to see their assigned specialists.
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      Audio engineer Charlie Collias preps host Mark Walberg as he's about to tape one of his "stand-up" segments.
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      This guest offered a salute to the Roadshow "Your Stories" video crew after telling us the story of his World War I uniform.
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      This proud pair of guests show off their collection of Barbie doll carrying cases.
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      All was quiet at the convention center Saturday morning just before the doors opened at 7:00 sharp.
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      Appraisers (from left) Michael Flanigan, Leigh Keno, and Leslie Keno examine a trunk in the furniture area of the set.
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      This guest brought a clown to the Roadshow, and clearly, both are big fans.
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      The green room, production office, and mobile control unit are all located near the Roadshow set, which is just on the other side of the wall on the right.
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      Bill Francis (right), one of Roadshow's two directors, sets up an appraisal with Alma and her Teco vase, which pottery and porcelain expert Riley Humler appraised for $15,000 to $20,000.
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