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# 121 is Sahara from 1943. Where were all the Bogie fans ?
Bruce said:One thing certain on French and Italian posters is that they often printed re-releases printed from the same plates as the originals, so the image and credits appear identical, but you can tell they are re-releases by the tiny printer identification at bottom.
I don't know if this was true of Australia, but it DOES explain why sometimes a re-release can have the same image or studio info as the original.
A very big thank you to Ves for the wonderful posters I have received from her as my prize for participating in the Australia Day Quiz.
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.