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The Little Kintner BoyJanuary 19, 2021
Hard to believe it's been 45 summers since the little Kintner boy fell victim to the big shark. Here's a very rare U.S. Subway size poster for Spielberg's blockbuster. This is actually an "advance" Subway, which would have been posted around town several months before the movie opened.

And Your Little Dog, Too!October 13, 2019
Margaret Hamilton made such an indelible impression as the Wicked Witch of the West in the 1939 film The Wizard of Oz, it was difficult for audiences to accept her as anything but evil. This is despite the fact that she spent the majority of her adult life advocating for children's causes and adult education. In the mid-1970s she even appeared on Mr. Roger's Neighborhood to explain to the young viewers that her role in Oz was only a character and not someone to be feared.

This lobby card from the 1949 re-release of The Wizard of Oz is unique because it's the only movie poster to show Hamilton as the Wicked Witch:

Hitchcock cameoMarch 15, 2019
Director Alfred Hitchcock was famous for making cameos in his films - I count something like 38 of them but there could be more - but this is the only lobby card to capture him in one of his cameos. In fact, I think it's the only movie poster of any kind to show him making a sneak appearance.

The Very First Star Wars Poster!March 7, 2019
This is the very first poster ever produced for the Star Wars franchise. Designed by artist Howard Chaykin, this poster was sold at the 1976 San Diego ComicCon for a whopping $1.75.

New Arrival: A Star Wars UnicornNovember 2, 2018
Here's something you don't see every day. This is the elusive Style A British Quad movie poster for Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back. Similar to the Style A U.S. 1-sheet, this poster features artwork by Roger Kastel, a campaign that was discontinued when the producers realized that the artwork omitted the character of Lando Calrissian, played by Billy Dee Williams. What makes this poster even more desirable is that it was used only for the film's London premiere, primarily in the London Underground (subway system to Americans) and was generally trimmed to 27 by 39 inches to accommodate the frames used in the Underground. This un-trimmed example is truly a Star Wars Holy Grail.

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