No idea what exactly happened here...
I'm an unashamed collector of variant daybills; if it was printed in another colour - I want it! So this was the case with the "classic" Sex Clinic '74 - I was able to find a red and blue version. But when I placed them side to side something interesting appeared. These aren't simply colour variants - there are actual differences between the posters. As you can see from the pictures, the rating is a different size, the printer details are in different fonts and the Blake Film credit is also a different font. I always assumed that colour variants were run at the same time, but these differences suggest that there was at least two distinct different print runs. Looking through my posters I also found the same situation (i.e differences) with a film called 'One On Top Of The Other'. So my question is simple: why would there have been two print runs of such obscure films? Have people seen it anywhere else?
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