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  • Re: Questions for Bruce-EMP

    Fair enough! :-)
  • Re: Questions for Bruce-EMP

    Bruce said:
    I only add items that I once auctioned, or images of posters from pressbooks I own.

    If you want to see more images of super-rare posters, start consigning them! =) =)
    But then I wouldn't have them anymore! You can see the bind I'm in :-)
  • Re: Help Please

    As a horror / exploitation fan, I have bought many old video posters when I've had the chance. Often the video posters feature different (and sometimes better) art to theatrical release posters. With the crazy censorship Australia experienced in the 60s and 70s, many great trashy films never saw a cinema release and a video poster is the only way to own a poster for these films.

    Posters for VHS companies like Video Classics and Palace Explosive are very desirable to me :-)
  • No idea what exactly happened here...

    Hi Team!

    I'm an unashamed collector of variant daybills; if it was printed in another colour - I want it! So this was the case with the "classic" Sex Clinic '74 - I was able to find a red and blue version. But when I placed them side to side something interesting appeared. These aren't simply colour variants - there are actual differences between the posters. As you can see from the pictures, the rating is a different size, the printer details are in different fonts and the Blake Film credit is also a different font. I always assumed that colour variants were run at the same time, but these differences suggest that there was at least two distinct different print runs. Looking through my posters I also found the same situation (i.e differences) with a film called 'One On Top Of The Other'. So my question is simple: why would there have been two print runs of such obscure films? Have people seen it anywhere else?


    im looking for just before dawn.  pretty much any version

    I think I have a US one sheet stashed away. I'll see if I can lay hands on it.

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