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This is my favourite feature in the search on EMP
Firstly thanks Bruce and others for your help and it was as simple as searching for typing in jumbo lobby cards. It appears Paramount and Fox were great supporters of this size in the early days. A great scene card of Wings ( 1927 ) above, but it appears to me portrait cards of the actors and actresses were very popular as well.
Those portraits are not really jumbo lobby cards. They are small versions of the 22x28 portraits that were made from 1909 to the late 1940s.The odd part is that they did MAKE jumbo lobby cards for just about every movie (as seen in the pressbooks), but almost none survive!
The two separate sets of four Wings Jumbo lobby cards seem different sizes to me.
I only add items that I once auctioned, or images of posters from pressbooks I own.If you want to see more images of super-rare posters, start consigning them!
What's the movie about?
Posters advertised as 22'' x 28'' stills and also as 22'' x 28'' enlargements ( full colour ) in Australia in the 1960s. Your thoughts please Bruce ?
Can you show me an example?
No, not a one. I was hoping you may have been able to help me, although I couldn't locate any sign of anything that fits this description on your website.
1960's Australian press sheets, describing the odd sizes that I am seeking details / images of. My thoughts are that they may be U.S. half sheets and my reasoning will appear on a new thread titled '' Information regarding U.S. printed posters used, or appeared to have been used in Australia'', to make an appearance soon. The size is the same, but the stills and enlargement descriptions are a worry though.
As well as Bruce I would love to hear from anyone else that could throw any light on the 22'' x 28'' stills and enlargements ( full colour ) Australian press book descriptions. Does anybody own or has sighted any Australian poster material that would fit these descriptions ? I find it unusual that Bruce appears,with all the material he has been consigned from Australia, to have never received anything that would fit these descriptions. My research on the web also has turned up zero as well.