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“When America was on its knees, he brought us to our feet”…Genuine, original first Teaser Advance “In Cinemas 2005” US One Sheet movie poster for Ron Howard’s rags to riches boxing drama “Cinderella Man”. This rare style designed by BLT & Associates looks absolutely fantastic ! Originally rolled this beautiful poster displays superbly.…more detail
Presley packs the the screen’s biggest wallop…with the gals…with the gloves…with the guitar! An exceptional 1962 US One Sheet that appears unused.…more detail
This is certainly one of the most intense films Scorsese has directed, and one of the most important of his career. It is an iconic motion picture that will stand the test of time for years and years to come. The movie poster that accompanied the Czech release of Martin Scorsese’s Oscar winning Jake La Motta biopic “Raging Bull” was equally as striking. Czech artist Zdenek Ziegler has impressively adapted the close up image of La Motta (De Niro) from the US & British campaigns and added a ‘devilish’ tone to the design. The originally rolled (as issued), unrestored example offered here has minimal handling and displays & presents to excellent effect with deep unfaded colours. Very rare, as it received a very limited release in Czechoslovakia and was only shown in a handful of ‘art-house’ cinemas. A must have title for the serious collector or fan it represents a fantastic item of good looking collectable movie memorabilia.
Trivia: The reasons why the film was made in black and white were mainly to differentiate it from Rocky (1976), as well as for period authenticity. Another reason was that Martin Scorsesedidn’t want to depict all that blood in a color picture. Also, in the book, Jake LaMotta says “Now, sometimes, at night, when I think back, I feel like I’m looking at an old black and white movie of myself. Why it should be black and white I don’t know, but it is.”…more detail
This original 1979 UK quad for “Rocky II” has to be one of the finest produced for the entire “Rocky” series. Full of energy & emotion an incredible kinetic close up image of Stallone as he finally lands the title (sorry if that spoils the ending for anyone). Posters for the sequal are genuinely very rare with this example being presented in exceptional investment grade condition. One of Stallone’s best film poster images.…more detail
“He was one punch away from the heavyweight championship of the world. Now he’s one heartbeat away from losing the woman he loves”
An unusual style and design for this original 1979 Japan B3 (Nakazuri) film for Sylvester Stallone’s “Rocky II”. Stark minimalistic design unique to Japan makes this poster very desirable. Originally rolled (as issued) it displays and presents very well and represents a very collectable piece of original movie memorabilia for one of the World’s biggest stars in his most famous defining role; Rocky Balboa…“The Italian Stallion is back!”…more detail
“Stealin’ Stones and Breakin’ Bones !”
Rare and original British UK Country of Origin Quad film poster for Guy Ritchie’s second major movie…“Snatch” (basically a sequel the hugely successful “Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels”. Continuing their collaboration with Guy Ritchie, creative arts agency Yellow 1 have produced another memorable ‘cast style’ movie poster very much in the mold of ‘Lock Stock’. The original UK quad film poster offered here is from first year of release 2000 and presents to excellent effect as it was originally rolled (as issued). Film posters for this genre of gritty and entertaining British ‘heist’ are incredibly popular and this beautifully presented example represents a fine piece of original and collectible film movie memorabilia.
Trivia: When Vinny and Sol are sitting outside Brick-Top’s Bookies, about to give him the diamond, the man that approaches the car is not really Bullet-Tooth Tony, it was a look-alike. Vinnie Jones didn’t show up for shooting that day because he was in jail for fighting the night before.
“A movie that’s a contender”…James Toback’s 2008 no holds barred documentary “TYSON” is fascinating viewing (even for non-boxing fans) with the poster campaign that accompanied the release equally watchable. Produced by Cardinal Communications it is a stunningly designed poster for this hard hitting sports documentary taking in the highs & lows of one of the greatest living sportsmen; Mike Tyson. This rolled (as issued) original US one sheet is from first year of release 2008 presents and displays as new with fantastic imagery and superb use of colour. Having a limited cinema release in both UK & USA paper from this film is extremely scarce & is highly collectable…”A powerful voice that brings perspectiveto an unusual story…TYSON…has it all!””…more detail