This Month's Monthly Movie Clip of the errr...month
A Christmas Story (1983)"You'll Shoot Your Eye Out!"
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the prints and photographs reading room, which is quite spacious, you
can request to view the physical posters, although they pressure you to
view them on the computer. Many of the posters are not in the computer
system and you can only find through them by thumbing through ancient
card catalogs. Unfortunately I've lost my pics of the actual posters. I also inexcusably never requested to view their partial Metropolis German 3S, their top poster:
the Motion Picture reading room, which is rather small, you can look
through the microfilms (yes, ancient technology!). Back in the day the
studios would send physical copies of both the film reels and the film
promotional materials, which are stored out in warehouses and not
accessible to the general public. I was able to find the copyright
filing for Dracula (1931) and the pressbook for This Gun For Hire on the
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.