1940. Poster. Lithograph. 40.75" x 27". Shows one small verso repair, and some wear along original fold lines. Chips to margins. In very good condition. Original movie poster for Criterion Pictures' "Yukon Flight" starring James Newill and Louise Stanley, based on "Renfrew Rides North" by Laurie York Erskine. Murder mystery taking place in a gold mine.
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New York: M.R. Lithography Co., 1935. Poster. Lithograph. 41" x 26.5". Shows repairs to back, some wear along original fold lines. Some staining to margins and small chips to edges. In very good condition. Original poster for Reliable Picture's "Loser's End" starring Jack Perrin and Tina Menard. A cowboy meets up with a bandit gang. Taken captive, he is rescued by a man called Don Carlos, and together with a young woman named Lolita, they join forces to stop the.....
20th Century Fox, 1955. Vintage theatrical movie lobby card #56-343, depicting Don Murray carrying Marilyn Monroe over his shoulders, 11" x 14", 1956, 20th Century Fox. In near fine condition, with very minor dings and creases. A 1956 romantic comedy directed by Joshua Logan, produced by Buddy Adler, and starring Marilyn Monroe, Don Murray, Arthur O'Connell, BettyField, Hope Lange, Robert Bray, Eileen Heckart, and Henry slate. The film was intended to star Elvis, but his manager Col. Parker prevented this.....
20th Century Fox, 1954. Vintage theatrical movie lobby card #54-39, depicting Murvyn Vye grabbing Marilyn Monroe by the arm, 11" x 14", 1954, 20th Century Fox, pins holes in corners but a fine example with strong detail and rich coloring. An Otto Preminger-directed cowboy western, starring Robert Mitchun, Marilyn Monroe, Rory Calhoun, Tommy Rettig, Murvyn Vye, and Douglas Spencer.
Rome: Rotograph Roma, 1963. Rotograph backed with paper. 26.75" x 38". Shows some small tears and chips to edges of mounted paper, image unaffected. Original fold lines are present but faint. In very good condition. Original movie poster for the Italian release of Columbia Picture's 'Lawrence of Arabia' starring Peter O'Toole, Alec Guiness and Anthony Quinn.