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Henry Aldrich Swings it 10 x30 sans Richardson Studio credit.
Five Graves to Cairo - I can't remember where I got the image from.Nice rare image of Five Graves To Cairo. Thanks for revealing it Ves.As I had thought it turns out to be 10 x 30 in size. The interesting thing here is that the poster doesn't have Richardson Studio name appearing on the poster. I earlier had mentioned that Aerial Gunner also had the Richardson Studio credit missing off its 10 x 30 daybill. This prompted me to check other 10 x 30 Paramounr daybills from around that period of time. I then also found the Salute For Three daybill was missng the Richadson credit also.What these three titles of Aerial Gunner, Five Graves To Cairo and Salute For Three have in common is that they were all printed by Offset Print around the same time in late 1943. This would certainly lead me to think that there would be at least one other Paramount 10 x 30 daybill image from around that period of time that is yet to surface, that also should be minus the Richardson Credit. Just out of interest the vast majority of Paramount 10 x 30 original colour daybills were printed by Hollander and Govett followed then by Simmons. Offset, apart from a small amount of colour Richardsons along with the non richardson photograpic styles. mainly created full colour 10 x 30 daybills for MGM.
Five Graves to Cairo - I can't remember where I got the image from.Nice rare image of Five Graves To Cairo. Thanks for revealing it Ves.
Awesome images but where's the freaking daybill!!!!
wish i had some daybills for these titles. Is there an image for the 1930s original release of King Kong daybill or one-sheet?