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May 19 17 8:52 PM
An insert for Hitch's film. What a great score by Bernard Herrmann.
May 19 17 8:54 PM
Another small image for six-sheet poster. This may be my favorite poster from a Bond film although the film is far from one of my favorites. This looks spectacular when displayed. Robert McGinnis strikes again.
May 19 17 8:57 PM
Oddly, I have no memory of where I got this or, especially, why. I saw BLOOD as part of a drive-in triple bill with toplined THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE.
May 19 17 8:59 PM
Prime Harryhausen. This one-sheet is from the 1970s reissue. Another spectacular Bernard Herrmann score.
May 19 17 9:02 PM
Window card for the 7TH VOYAGE OF SINBAD wannabe. That scrawl at the top is to be expected quite often with this type of piece. The local theater would pencil in their showdate and pop the card in a local restaurant window or other business with heavy traffic.
May 19 17 9:05 PM
Sequel to America's answer to James Bond. Bob Peak, a top favorite illustrator, also did the original Flint artwork. And another great Jerry Goldsmith score.
May 19 17 9:07 PM
I'm stretching things a little here. This poster is from the 1980s re-release but I first saw this theatrically during the 1970s re-release. Does anyone mind?
May 19 17 9:10 PM
Oh, yeah. My favorite Bond, the epitome of Bondness (but not for others). Love that John Barry score.
May 19 17 9:11 PM
A three-sheet for the second in the Bond series. Doesn't look like much here but is more impressive when displayed.
May 19 17 9:13 PM
Mine is signed by the lovely and gracious Veronica Carlson.
May 19 17 9:14 PM
A very popular poster and no wonder, it's great!
May 19 17 9:15 PM
Third film in the Nigel Kneale Quatermass series.
May 19 17 9:18 PM
Hitch's last picture disappointed many. While far from one of his great films, I really enjoyed this whimsical tale and thought it a decent farewell. Really nice John Williams score.
May 19 17 9:20 PM
Keep repeating, it's only a cheap poster, only a cheap poster... Don't ask me who alamy is but at least we know where this image came from.
May 19 17 9:22 PM
Another three-sheet and another McGinniss. Connery's last contribution to the official Bond canon. The seeds for the Roger Moore years were already being sown in this one.
May 19 17 9:23 PM
Am I the only one who found Janet Blair extremely erotic in this film? Probably.
May 19 17 9:25 PM
A career low point for George Pal but I still like this peplum-style fantasy. Terrific poster.
May 19 17 9:30 PM
Although this is a '50s film, I didn't see it until a reissue in the 1960s. This was probably the first poster I'd seen that I wanted to own. I remember asking my local theater how I might get one. They told me that the posters had to be sent back after use. Much later I learned that this simply wasn't true and that many theaters just threw old posters in the storage room. In fact, years later, a schoolmate confided that he'd discovered all kinds of posters in a back room when he was given the assignment to clean it up. No idea what treasures he might have found or that he even recognized them as treasures. Since this was my local movie hang out where I'd seen everything from THE TIME MACHINE to THE PARALLAX VIEW there had to be some good stuff left behind.
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