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As I briefly mentioned on another thread 20th Century Fox were at times very stingy with the amount of credits they wished to share with potential audiences on their daybills that they had printed in Australia.
These daybill examples from the 1950s Anne Of The Indies, Let's Make It Legal and Dream Boat show us the extent of how economical or lazy they could be. No co-stars, producers or any other credits that were on the U.S. insert appear. The Australian daybill posters were always more limited in background images as well and they could never be called busy. Everyone would have noticed Marilyn Monroe's image but not her name appearing on the Let's Make It Legal daybill image.
P.S. The above was complied earlier and has been sitting in my drafts box for a little while but due to the Marilyn thread Let's Make It Legal discussion I have decided to download this new thread now.
This Vintage Movie Poster Forum is powered by some old cinema posters, the flame retardant properties of a Top Gun Daybill, and a
British Quad which has been folded just the right amount of times and shoved under one of the corners to stop the place from wobbling.