An extravagant artistic exhibition took place at the RX Gallery in San Francisco. The collectors Mike Essl & Greg Rivera gathered thousands of Mr. T figures, the actor who personified Mario Baracus in The A-Team .
Action figures, apparel, handmade and auction dolls, original artwork, plush toys, electronics and all the items you can imagine that are related to this TV icon of the 80s were exhibited in the third edition of this exhibition in San Francisco since May 27th. The actors Jeremy Fish, Mary Scott, Marty Aranaydo, Matthew Palladino and Snow Monkey among other actors took part in this show that collected all the memorabilia of the actor.
Check some sets in Flickr about the exhibition: Set 1 , Set 2 , Set 3 .
Mr. T Doll Exhibition In San Francisco
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