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Over the years I have noticed a number of Australian Daybill posters printed mainly with a minimum of credits appearing on them and without the printers name appearing. Whether this was intentional or not it happened. A number of film distributors and mainly smaller ones were guilty of this.
I will start with Roadshow Distributors and list three titles that I am aware of and there are bound to be others as well.
Beast In The Cellar, The ( 1970 ) No printers credits shown.
Hannie Caulder ( 1971 ) M.A.P.S.
Oh! Calcutta! ( 1972 ) M.A.P.S.
From 20th Century Fox full colour original daybill.
Kangaroo ( 1952 ) W.E. Smith
Just in case anyone was going to mention any BEF Australian release titles with their name excluded this was done on purpose for release in New Zealand by a New Zealand distributor.
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