INTERVIEWER: So Dave, you’re very brave to
bring all this stuff to Roadshow today. But I understand you are related to the Cowardly
Lion. GUEST: Yes, he was, my great-grandfather was
Bert Lahr. Technically he was my step great grandfather. He passed away before I was born. But this right here is my grandfather. Once they found the Cowardly Lion costume,
about 15 or 20 years ago, I think it was, my grandfather, who was most similar in facial
features was used to create the face for the Cowardly Lion display, once they fixed that
all up. So it was, it’s kind of fun to have Grandpa
Herb here. INTERVIEWER: And you just finished having
a pretty exciting conversation with Simeon Lipman. What did he tell you? GUEST: He told me, put an insurance appraisal
on it at about $150,000. INTERVIEWER: Wow. GUEST: Yeah, it’s impressive, to say the least. INTERVIEWER: And were you required, as a member
of the family, to develop a repertoire of Cowardly Lion impersonations? GUEST: No, it was never actually a requirement. Yeah, everybody can do the, “Put ’em up, put
’em up,” but, INTERVIEWER: Hey, that was pretty good.