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WILD BUNCH, THE (1969) $1,250.00

Vintage original 81 x 41" (206 x 104 cm.) three sheet poster, USA. William Holden, Ernest Borgnine, Robert Ryan, dir: Sam Peckinpah; Warner Brothers. An aging group of outlaws try for one big final score in an American West which is fast-changing into a modern world which they do not understand -- in one of the classic (and ultra-violent) Western films.

This three sheet, in brilliant, unused condition, is probably the best of all the posters made for this film. Folded, with minor stains on back in one small place (not showing through), minor occasional creases, JUST ABOUT FINE.

WOMEN BEHIND BARS (1976) $750.00

Vintage original 22 x 14” (56 x 36 cm.) stage window card, USA. Poster for the Tom Eyen camp comedy, which opened in May, 1975, with a cast headed by Pat Ast, and then was revived in 1976 with a cast headed by Divine.  This revival (for which our poster was created) was a cult success, and that led to subsequent productions in Los Angeles and London.

Wikipedia: “Women Behind Bars is a camp spoof theatrical play...

WONDER BAR (1934) $850.00

Vintage original 14 x 22" (35 x 56 cm.) window card, USA. Al Jolson, Kay Francis, Dolores del Rí , Ricardo Cortez, Dick Powell, Guy Kibee, Ruth Donnelly, Hugh Herbert, Louise Fazenda, dir: Lloyd Bacon, Busby Berkeley; Warner Brothers. Wonder Bar is the Paris entertainment bar owned by Al Wonder, and he welcomes the audience in (on camera and in the cinema audience) to his establishment with a song "Vive La France." This performance (at Jolson's insistence) would be one of the last to be done live on camera (with the Warner Brothers orchestra live on set portraying the club's...

YOU WERE NEVER LOVELIER (1942) $3,000.00

Vintage original 27 x 41” (68 x 105 cm.) one sheet poster (style A), USA.  Fred Astaire, Rita Hayworth, Adolphe Menjou, Xavier Cugat and Orchestra; dir: William A. Seiter; Columbia.  Lovely musical, based on a plot of Aristophanes. With an excellent score by Jerome Kern and Johnny Mercer, the film presented songs which became standards, including “I’m Old Fashioned,” and “Dearly Beloved.” Of course, Rita Hayworth proved to be Fred Astaire’s most elegant dance partner.   The image of Hayworth dancing with Astaire is usually attributed to Hurrell. On...


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