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Welcome to my Joey Scans pages.

Here you'll find scans of almost every piece of Joey related media I've managed to collect over the years.

While it's said that "Imitation is the sincerest of flattery"[1], I ask that if you plan to repost any of these scans on your website please: 1) place a link back to this site and 2) do not manipulate the files (i.e.: crop, resize or overly recompress the files).

I realize that my scans file sizes are large, but because of the large number of scans (nearly 600 at the time of this writing and several more on the way), I just don't have the time to optimize each one. Rather than compromise Joey's beauty in any way, I've chosen the least amount of Jpeg compression to ensure maximum file quality.

Please note that you may see many of these same scans posted elsewhere. That's probably due to the fact that I've had some of these pics have been available on the internet (primarily through my webpal Zast's terrific Joey website, Thank You once again Zast!) since 1997.

A special note and thank you. You'll see Gere Ladue credited on a number of these pages. Gere ran an excellent mail-order company called Dragon Art. Through Dragon Art, she offered some of the best and hardest to find Hong Kong celebrity / movie memorabilia. As she explained to me when I had the pleasure of talking to her on the phone years ago, Dragon Art was a way of financing her own personal collection of Hong Kong memorabilia while sharing with others. Sadly, to the best of my knowledge Dragon Art has been out of business for years (I think the last Dragon Art catalog I received was in 1997) and I haven't heard from or about Gere in as many years. I don't know if she'll ever have chance or reason to visit this site, but I'd like to extend a heartfelt Thank You Gere for all the great Joey items you've helped me obtain.

[1] Charles Caleb Colton (1780 - 1832)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
     
Created: 01/01/03   Last updated 03/25/03