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  • Apocalypse-Now-Movie-Poster

    Apocalypse Now


    “You don’t talk to Colonel Kurtz…You listen to him”

    A personal favourite and quite simply a stunning looking film poster for Francis Ford Coppola’s multi award winning Vietnam war epic “Apocalypse Now”. There is no doubting the influence and impact of Coppola’s 1979 masterpiece with any paper hugely desirable and the Japanese B2 film poster offered here is no exception. This version features a design unique to Japan which utilises the iconic ‘helicopters in the sunset’ artwork created by Bob Peak for the US & British posters with two incredible photo images of Colonel Kurtz (Marlon Brando) & assassin Benjamin Willard (Martin Sheen) dominating the foreground. A poster with truly memorable imagery for Coppola’s voyage into the ‘Heart of Darkness’. Originally rolled (as issued) with amazing dark colour tones this totally unrestored example presents and displays to very good effect with only minimal handling wear that represents a beautiful piece of original movie memorabilia from one of the finest film’s ever made…“Napalm, son. Nothing else in the world smells like that”

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  • Back to the Future Movie Poster

    Back To The Future


    “Wait a minute, Doc. Ah…Are you telling me that you built a time machine…out of a DeLorean ?”

    A truly stunning original Japanese B1 one-sheet film poster for the Robert Zemeckis sci-fi time travel romp as Marty McFly goes “Back To The Future”…The beautiful Drew Struzan artwork for one of the most recognisable images of the 80’s has been cleverly adapted and complemented with a series of photo montages featuring key characters and scenes from the movie for a poster design that is unique to the Japanese first release. This unrestored example presents and displays to excellent effect being originally rolled (as issued) with minimal handling wear and beautiful deep vibrant colours . A rare and extremely desirable piece of original  film memorabilia from one of the most popular and much loved movies ever made. Incredibly rare with this being the first time we have ever offered one for sale.“If you’re gonna build a time machine into a car, why not do it with some style ?”

    Trivia: The inspiration for the film largely stems from Bob Gale discovering his father’s high school yearbook and wondering whether he would have been friends with his father as a teenager. Gale also said that if he had the chance to go back in time, he would really go back and see if they would have been friends.

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  • Back to the Future Part III Movie Poster

    Back To The Future Part III


    “It’s a science experiment! Stop the train just before you hit the switch track up ahead!”

    A lovely original Japanese B2 film poster for the Robert Zemeckis sci-fi time travel romp sequel as Marty McFly and the Doc go “Back To The Future Part III”. Beautiful Drew Struzan artwork for one of the most recognisable movie poster series’ of the 80’s. Offered here is an original 1989 Japanese B2 film poster for one of the most collectable classic modern movie poster series available. Updating his artwork from the original and Part II (where he added the Doc) this style sees the Doc’s love interest Clara Clayton (Mary Steenburgen) added to the 1885 versions of Marty (Michael J. Fox) and the Doc (Christopher Lloyd) This unrestored example presents and displays to excellent effect being originally rolled (as issued) with minimal handling wear and beautiful deep colours that ‘pop’ from the paper. A rare and extremely desirable piece of original  film memorabilia from one of the most popular and much loved movies ever made. “Our future is whatever you make it. So make it a good one.

    Trivia: Marty uses a “Frisbie’s” pie plate to knock a gun out of Mad Dog’s hand. In 1871, the Frisbie Pie Company started in Connecticut. Their pie pans were thrown on the campus of Yale, and this eventually lead to the invention of Frisbees.

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  • Black Windmill, The

    Black Windmill, The


    “The ultimate exercise in controlled terror”…An often overlooked Michael Caine spy thriller from the 1970’s…this is an Original 1974 Japan B2 film poster for the Don Siegel directed actioner “The Black Widmill”. Fantastic country unique artwork featuring Major John Tarrant of MI6 (Michael Caine) in some great action shots. This originally rolled example presents very well…incredibly scarce Michael Caine film poster.

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  • Death Race 2000  (1975)

    Death Race 2000 (1975)


    “In The Year 2000 Hit And Run Driving Is No Longer A Felony. It’s The National Sport!”…Beautiful Country unique example of this original 1977 Japan B2 film poster featuring Sylvester Stallone (in a very early pre-Rocky role) amd combining elements of the excellent US One sheet. This is truly INVESTMENT GRADE QUALITY being originally rolled with unfaded deep rich colours and stunning imagery make for an extremely desirable and rare movie poster from a genre that is becoming increasingly sought after.

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  • Enter the Dragon Movie Poster

    Enter The Dragon


    “Their deadly mission: to crack the forbidden island of Han !”

    Rightly regarded as one of the key and most collectable movie posters for a film that created its own unique genre and provided the vehicle to launch Bruce Lee (albeit briefly) as a screen & cultural icon. Bob Peak created the artwork and his design was used globally as the imagery became as memorable as its late star. Whilst the core artwork remained the same slight variations appeared in different countries with this Japanese re-issue one-sheet format probably the most striking as the action imagery (including a nunchuk wielding Bruce Lee) was offset against a black background. Offered here is an exceptional Japanese B1 film poster for “Enter the Dragon” from the 1997 re-release, finished with a high gloss sheen it presents to stunning effect and displays minimal handling wear. This originally rolled (as issued) example is rarely seen in this large Japanese format and in such high grade unrestored investment grade condition. A striking piece that represents an extremely scarce and collectable example of original movie memorabilia & a fitting tribute to the martial arts legend BRUCE LEE.

    Trivia: In 2004, this movie was deemed “culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant” in the United States and selected for preservation in the National Film Registry of the Library of Congress.

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  • Filth and the Fury, The / No Future: A Sex Pistols Film

    Filth and the Fury, The / No Future: A Sex Pistols Film


    “Bill Grundy: Keep going, chief, keep going. You’ve got another 5 seconds. Say something outrageous”…Any paper from this cult punk rock film is extremely sought after and this example is easily the rarest…An iconic punk image; Johnny Rotten and Sid Vicious performing against the distressed backdrop of the Union Jack flag in Julien Temple’s “No Future: A Sex Pistols Film”. The Japanese title for his Sex Pistols biopic “The Filth and Fury”. This original large format Japan B1 from first year of release 2000 is an extremely rare film poster. (I have not seen another one advertised for a good few years) This rolled example is the “on stage” version and is printed (unlike other Japan posters) on a heavy stock paper. It is immaculate and displays superbly …An fantastic piece of music/film/cultural memorabilia presented in investment grade condition !…Using one of punk’s most memorable images around the border; Jamie Reid’s depiction of the Queen with a safety pin through Her mouth is a great finishing touch.

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  • Frankenstein Created Woman

    Frankenstein Created Woman


    “From flesh and innocence…Frankenstein has created the ultimate in evil- a beautiful woman with the soul of the devil !”

    A scarce original Japanese B2 film poster and one of Hammer’s best for Terence Fisher’s 1967 dark metaphysical horror “Frankenstein Created Woman”…The fourth entry in Hammer’s Frankenstein canon this stunning piece is a personal favourite and featured in Marcus Hearn’s excellent book “The Art of Hammer”. Originally rolled (as issued) and unrestored, it has some of the most memorable imagery of any Hammer poster…the image of Peter Cushing caressing a human skull and a bikini made of bandages are trademark Hammer. Presented in excellent high grade condition with minimal handling wear this represents a superb example of Hammer Horror cinema memorabilia.

    Trivia: “Frankenstein Created Woman” was originally mooted as a follow-up to “The Revenge of Frankenstein” during its production in 1958, at a time when Roger Vadim’s Et Dieu créa la femme (And God Created Woman) was successful (in fact, the film’s original working title was “And Then Frankenstein Created Woman”). The film finally went into production at Bray Studios on 4 July 1966. It was Hammer’s penultimate production there.

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  • Girl on a Motorcycle Movie Poster

    Girl on a Motorcycle


    “She’s always naked under leather”

    A marvellous example of sexually suggestive swinging sixties movie posters, a 1968 Japanese B2 film poster for Jack Cardiff’s cult  psychedelic ‘road’  movie “Girl on a Motorcycle”. The style and design of this Japanese B2 example is perfectly suited by the portrait format with a marvellous full length body shot of Marianne Faithfull in leather biker suit. Unrestored and offered in excellent original condition with deep and unfaded colours. Highly collectable and an extremely scarce piece of original cinema movie memorabilia.

    Trivia: Marianne Faithfull‘s gift motorcycle is a Harley Davidson Electra Glide; Alain Delon rides a 750cc Norton Atlas.


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  • Grindhouse - Planet Terror / Death Proof

    Grindhouse – Planet Terror / Death Proof


    “The sleaze-filled saga of an exploitation double feature”…A very rare original 2007 Japan Chirashi for the Tarantino / Rodriguez 70’s double bill homage “Grindhouse” featuring eye-catching country unique artwork as only the Japanese can do. Originally folded (as all of these are) it looks & displays superbly…a Chirashi is an original Japanese film poster that’s double sided; image of the poster is on one side & the film’s details & extra photos printed on the other…A rare find in this format.

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  • James Bond: Diamonds Are Forever Movie Poster

    James Bond: Diamonds Are Forever


    “The satellite is at present over… Kansas. Well, if we destroy Kansas the world may not hear about it for years. Perhaps New York, with all that smut and traffic… might give them a chance for a fresh start. Washington, DC. Perfect. Since we have not heard from them, they will hear from us.”

    Loosely based on Ian Fleming’s fourth Bond novel, but featuring returning Bond villain Ernst Stavro Blofeld, “Diamonds Are Forever” was Sean Connery’s last official outing as Ian Fleming’s super agent, where he gets to romp around Amsterdam & Las Vegas. Stunning mixture of Robert McGinnis artwork and photo montage for this Japanese B2 from 1971 with a great image of Connery as Bond at the centre of the action. Presented in excellent unrestored original flat/unfolded rolled condition this presents superbly and represents a fantastic piece of collectable James Bond cinematic memorabilia from the Sean Connery era.

    Trivia: Reportedly, the final scene Sir Sean Connery filmed as Bond (at least in the official film franchise) was the one in which an unconscious Bond is loaded into a coffin at the funeral home. So, Connery’s last day of playing James Bond for EON Productions was Friday, August 13, 1971.

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  • Kill Bill: Volume 2 Movie Poster

    Kill Bill: Volume 2


    “The Bride is back for the final cut…and She will Kill Bill”

    The ‘Bride’ dressed as a bride for Quentin Tarantino’s “Kill Bill” sequel, the imaginatively titled “Kill Bill: Volume 2”. Uma Thurman is not your normal bride though as she is expertly wielding a Katana sword. This is a stylish looking 2004 Japanese B2 film poster with artwork unique to Japan. The black background with bright pink dayglo lettering makes for an interesting combination that really works. Offered in original rolled (as issued) condition, this fine example presents to excellent effect with minimal of handling wear and represents a very cool and eye-catching piece of Quentin Tarantino movie memorabilia.

    Trivia: The boots Uma Thurman has on when she is buried alive are the same boots that Michael Madsen used in Reservoir Dogs (1992) when he cut off the police officer’s ear. The same straight razor is also used.


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