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CLOCKWORK ORANGE, A (1971) / X-RATED UK SET $500.00 SOLD
Set of thirteen (13) vintage original 8 x 10" (20 x 25 cm.) color stills, UK. Malcolm McDowell, Patrick Magee, Michael Bates, Warren Clarke, Peter Burton, Aubry Morris, dir: Stanley Kubrick; Warner Bros., UK. The classic crime/sci-fi/thriller set in a future Britain about a charismatic "ultraviolent" delinquent hired by the government to take part in an experimental therapy to solve society's crime problems.
HARRY LANGDON IN THE STRONG MAN (1926) $300.00 SOLD
Vintage original 14 x 17” (35 x 43 cm.) jumbo lobby card, USA. Harry Langdon, Priscilla Bonner, Gertrude Astor, dir: Frank Capra; First National. Langdon plays a Belgian soldier during World War I, who becomes infatuated with an American girl with whom he is pen pals. He comes to America and becomes an assistant to a theatrical strong man as he searches for her. As he is just about to meet her, the strongman takes ill and Harry must go on in his place. Director Frank Capra learned...
HENRY V. (1944) $500.00 SOLD
Vintage original 27 x 41" (68 x 105 cm.) one sheet poster, USA. Leslie Banks, Laurence Olivier, Robert Newton, Renee Asherson, dir: Laurence Olivier; Two Cities Films/Eagle-Lion. The film was first released in the UK by Eagle-Lion in November 1944. Olivier's directorial debut was commissioned by the British government to make this lavish Technicolor film as a patriotic morale booster. It emphasized the parts of Shakespeare's work which portrayed the glory of war, played down the bloody side and, by omission of sections of the original play, showed the character of Henry in a favorable light. Still, it is considered...
MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, A (1935) $600.00 SOLD
Vintage original 14 x 17" (35 x 43 cm.) jumbo lobby card. Olivia de Havilland, Dick Powell, James Cagney, Joe E. Brown, Mickey Rooney, Victor Jory, Ian Hunter, Veree Teasdale, Ross Alexander, Jean Muir, dir: William Dieterle, Max Reinhardt; Warner Brothers. A superbly wild version of the great Shakespeare play, made so popular as a Hollywood Bowl live extravaganza the year before that Warner Bros. hired Reinhardt and much of the cast (this brought de Havilland into movies) to make the film. The story is a grand comedy of errors. James Cagney plays Bottom, the Weaver, who during the spell...