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  • Re: January 2016

    I can cross another Falcon off the list, big shout out and thanks to Matt for the heads up on this one.

    Appointment with Murder (1948) - AU1SH

    The 15th and penultimate movie in the Falcon series and the 2nd starring John Calvert as Michael Waring, the Falcon...

  • Re: New Zealand Daybills


  • Re: Printer's Proofs

    Printer's proofs, as I remember Ari is very passionate about these and could no doubt wax on lyrical about them but he is lost in the Canadian outback now...
  • Re: Worst artwork

    HONDO said:

    The yellow, black & white poster is the only Australian one sheet I have ever sighted. There must be an original colour one sheet out there somewhere. If and when it turns up on eBay with all your interest Matt & David they will be asking a small fortune for it and if it is auctioned on eMovieposter there will be a bidding war between you two.

    I have heard it discussed in dulcet tones that legendary poster they call the last Guns of Navarone AU1SH left in existence, and in some sea ports (like the naval yards at Williamstown) shadowy persons unknown have been heard to sing sea shanties about the colour one; but EMP? Fooey, too many prices being driven down there, I doubt any Aussie collector would put it up there or on eBay - that said, I am not am not interested in adding it to my collection, but I am sure it would be expensive, bloody expensive...

    HONDO said:
    Nope. It has a For Gereral Exhibition censorship  rating on it. From memory alone I believe it was printed by the mid to late printer of 20th Century Fox posters Royalstone Prints Pty Ltd 
    GON was Columbia, so more likely a Burton, printed with a Not Suitable?
  • Re: Worst artwork

    Either: Ava Gardener, Gloria Grahame, Greer Garson or Lauren Bacall...or the Creature from the Black Lagoon
    Post edited by David on

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