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  • Ferris Bueller's Day Off Movie Poster

    Ferris Bueller’s Day Off – (Supplied Framed)


    “While the rest of us were just thinking about it…Ferris borrowed a Ferrari and did it…all in a day.”

    This original publicity still is priced and supplied framed

    A movie that has aged very, very well and is considered a classic, “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” was a so so hit for John Hughes when released in 1986 launching many of it’s cast on the road to Hollywood glory; Matthew Broderick, Charlie Sheen, Jennifer Grey etc. Offered here is an original black & white publicity still by photographer Bonnie Schiffman featuring the three key cast members and friends – Ferris Bueller (Mathew Broderick), Sloane Peterson (Mia Sara) & Cameron Frye (Alan Ruck). Flat and unfolded (as issued) this excellent original 1986 publicity still presents exceptionally well and is presented in a custom made black frame finished with UV plexiglass and represents a very collectable and displayable item of movie memorabilia. “Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it”

    Trivia: The restaurant where Ferris and company go to eat is the same one Jake and Elwood terrorized in The Blues Brothers (1980). It is also the same restaurant from St. Elmo’s Fire (1985), where Kirby waits for Dale.

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  • Hitcher, The   (1986)

    Hitcher, The (1986)


    “He came from hell. Don’t ask him where he wants to go.”… UK, country unique artwork makes this original 1986 UK Quad movie poster for Robert Harmon’s supernatural serial killer, road movie extremely sought after by collector’s of the genre. Genuinely very rare and a very creepy film poster.

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  • Sid & Nancy Movie Poster

    Sid & Nancy


    “Sidney’s more than a mere bass player. He’s a fabulous disaster. He’s a symbol, a metaphor, he embodies the dementia of a nihilistic generation. He’s a fuckin’ star.”

    One of the rarer posters from Ale Cox’s movie that was meant to define punk’s ‘Posh & Becks’. This is the 2016, 30th Anniversary re-release for the punk-rocku-drama “Sid & Nancy”. Considering it was such a bleak and colourless film the use of bright yellow and red as a main part of the design is unusual to say the least. Still it works & this originally rolled (as issued) version displays and presents to excellent effect and looks superb. If you were a fan, a punk or identify with the film then this is a great snapshot of the time, the pop culture and the genre.

    Trivia: Gary Oldman lived on a diet of steamed fish and melon to lose enough weight to play the emaciated, heroin-addicted Sid, and was hospitalized when he went too far and became malnourished.

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