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  • Back to the Future Movie Poster

    Back To The Future

    £395.00

    “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

    £95.00

    “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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  • Back to the Future: Future Day Movie Poster

    Back To The Future: Future Day

    £125.00

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

    A marvellous and fun original British UK quad film poster for the Robert Zemeckis sci-fi time travel romp trilogy as Marty McFly goes “Back To The Future” for ‘FutureDay’ when on 21st October 2015 (the 40th Anniversary of the first film’s release) all three movies were re-released for an extremely limited engagement throughout the UK and Europe (surprisingly there was no US re-release). The distinctive title logo and of the course the time-travelling DeLorean pop with colour and complemented with a series of blue toned photo montages featuring key characters and scenes from the movie and making for a distinctive poster design. 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 series of movies ever made.“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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  • Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets Movie Poster

    Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

    £95.00

    “Something Evil Has Returned to Hogwarts !”

    The Harry Potter series of films is without doubt the biggest movie franchise of recent years with merchandise and memorabilia from the “Harry Potter” series very sought after and collectable. In the UK Crew Creative Advertising were commissioned for the film poster advertising campaign for the hotly anticipated sequel “Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets” and for the final release style have produced a great looking piece with Harry wielding the sword of Gryffindor from the film’s climax, with Hermione, Ron & franchise favourite Dobby in the background. Originally rolled (as issued) this beautiful 2002 one-sheet presents to excellent effect and represents is a fine piece of genuinely scarce original Harry Potter and movie memorabilia.

    Trivia: The Weasleys’ car is a Ford Anglia. This is the same color and model car in which J.K. Rowling and her best friend from school used to ride around when they were younger. She used the car for the book, and later the movie, out of her fond memories of driving in it.

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    Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone

    £275.00

    “Let The Magic Begin”

    The biggest movie franchise of recent years is without a doubt the Harry Potter series and it all started with this one…A very rare find; especially in such exceptional rolled (as issued) condition. This original Country of Origin (UK) quad for “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone” was designed by B.D. Fox Independent and features everyone’s favourite characters set against a Hogwarts backdrop in a combination of that made the movie so loved…Investment grade condition that displays to excellent effect and represents a fine piece of collectable movie memorabilia.

    Trivia: Alan Rickman was hand picked to play Snape by J.K. Rowling, and received special instructions from her about character. Rowling even provided him with vital details of Snape’s backstory, not revealed until the final novel.

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  • Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone Alternative Movie Poster

    Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone

    £295.00

    “Journey beyond your imagination”

    The Harry Potter series of films is without doubt the biggest movie franchise of recent years with merchandise and memorabilia from the first instalment “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” very sought after and collectable. Several creative advertising agencies were commissioned to provide a wide and diverse range of posters for the initial release with the United States producing its own series of campaign posters under the amended ‘Sorcerer’s Stone’ title. Arguably one of the best is the painted, full cast artwork by Drew Struzan. Incredibly popular with fans and highly collectable it is no surprise that in 2023 Bottleneck Gallery released two high quality, limited edition prints of the artwork and it is the title style offered here which has been hand-numbered #95/550. The print quality and colour saturation is outstanding and truly a joy to behold in person. Originally rolled (as issued) this lovely example presents to excellent effect and represents is a fine piece of Harry Potter movie memorabilia.

    Trivia: The Hogwarts’ motto, “Draco dormiens nunquam titillandus”, means “never tickle a sleeping dragon”.

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  • Hellboy

    Hellboy

    £195.00

    “Here To Protect”…In 2004 legendary fantasy director Guillermo del Toro bought Mike Mignola’s cult comic book hero “Hellboy” to the big screen. In addition to the excellent campaign posters designed by Faction Creative, acclaimed movie poster artist Drew Struzan was commissioned to produce something special. This very rare original limited edition US one sheet is the result…A really fantastic piece of fantasy artwork by an artist at the top of his game. Printed onto heavy stock paper this originally rolled film poster looks incredible; one of the best modern posters I have seen…”Rotten eggs and the safety of mankind”

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  • Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade Movie Poster

    Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade

    £175.00

    “Have the adventure of your life keeping up with the Joneses”

    A return to fun and adventure for Steven Spielberg’s 1989 sequel “Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade”. This original advance ‘He’s back in an all new adventure. Memorial Day 1989’ US one-sheet movie poster features the artwork of Drew Struzan, who has perfectly captured the likenesses of the lead character – Indiana Jones as played by Harrison Ford. Originally rolled, as issued to the cinema this superb example displays to fine effect being presented in totally unrestored condition and represents a fantastic piece of original movie memorabilia for an incredibly popular and well loved series of films.

    Trivia: Sir Sean Connery was always Steven Spielberg‘s first choice to play Indiana Jones’ father, as an inside joke to say that James Bond is the father of Indiana Jones. If that had failed, Gregory Peck and Jon Pertwee were back-up choices for the role. Spielberg had always wanted to do a Bond movie, but did Indiana Jones as a James Bond-type character. In keeping with the James Bond theme, the movie has many Bond movie co-stars: John Rhys-Davies, Alison Doody, Julian Glover, Stefan Kalipha, Pat Roach, Eugene Lipinski, Michael Byrne, and Vernon Dobtcheff.

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  • Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom Movie Poster

    Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom

    £395.00

    “If adventure has a name…it must be Indiana Jones.”

    Arguably the most sought after design for “Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom”. This Style B, US one-sheet one-sheet displays the unmistakable painted artwork of Drew Struzan which features a montage of just about all the best elements from this film; from the heart wrenching evil villain Mola Ram, the comic relief character Short Round and the episode’s love interest – Willie Scott. And of course taking centre stage is Harrison Ford as the titular Indiana Jones – all beautifully illustrated by Struzan. It’s hardly a wonder why this poster is so desirable; it represents the best parts of this all-action series. Originally rolled, as issued to the cinema this superb example displays to excellent effect being presented in totally unrestored high grade condition with only light handling wear. Often seen as the ‘weakest’ of the franchise (not so in my book) this is considerably rarer than posters from the other films and is genuinely very scarce and represents a fantastic piece of scarce country of origin original movie memorabilia for an incredibly popular and well loved series of films.

    Trivia: While filming the whipping scene, the crew played a practical joke on Harrison Ford. While he was chained to a large stone, Barbra Streisand appeared, dressed in a leather dominatrix outfit. She proceeded to whip him, saying “That’s for Hanover Street (1979), the worst movie I ever saw.” She continued whipping him for Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope (1977), and making all of that money. Carrie Fisher then threw herself in front of Ford to protect him, and Irvin Kershner chided director Steven Spielberg. “Is this how you run your movies ?” This entire sequence was filmed.

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  • The Thing Poster

    John Carpenter’s The Thing

    £795.00

    “Somebody in this camp ain’t what he appears to be. Right now that may be one or two of us. By spring, it could be all of us”

    Paul Shipper has produced an incredible piece of movie related artwork, the front cover art for Neca Toys Ultimate MacReady” action figure released in 2021 for John Carpenter’s “The Thing”. With flamethrower in hand, Kurt Russell stands ready and is surrounded by a bright white light, paying homage to Drew Struzan’s iconic US one-sheet artwork. The background explores the whole mid to light blue colour palette that exudes the feeling of cold. This signed, titled and hand-annotated Artist Proof print by Paul Shipper was never available commercially and comes directly from the artist’s personal archive. The quality of the printing is truly outstanding and almost appears to be original painted artwork. It represents a very collectable & highly desirable film related poster from a movie rightly regarded as a classic of the genre.

    Click HERE to see the original Neca packaging

    “Childs, we’re going out to give Blair the test. If you see him trying to make his way back here and we’re not with him… burn him !”

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  • John Carpenter's The Thing Alternative Movie Poster

    John Carpenter’s The Thing

    £595.00

    “Man is The Warmest Place to Hide”

    An outstanding alternative movie poster by the maestro of British horror art, Graham Humphreys for John Carpenter’s horror, sci-fi classic “The Thing”. This superb limited edition example is incredibly rare in any edition and to offer an Artist Proof example (this is hand-numbered #10/10) is indeed a bonus. Antarctic Alien terror never looked better than this, thanks to Humphreys’ stunning imagery, MacReady (Kurt Russell) and the Thing illustrations are perfectly realised, with beautiful colour tones. Released in 2023 as an exclusive Private Commission, this immediately sold out when launched. Originally rolled, flat-unfolded (as issued) the example offered displays to exceptional effect and represents a truly outstanding and extremely desirable item of collectable movie memorabilia with a ‘modern’ twist…“Did you notice anything strange about the dog that arrived yesterday? Anything at all?”

    Trivia: Unused music composed for this film was later used by Ennio Morricone in Quentin Tarantino‘s The Hateful Eight (2015). Ironically, Morricone’s Thing score was nominated for a Razzie for worst score, while his score for Hateful Eight won him an Oscar.

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  • Mallrats Movie Poster

    Mallrats

    £125.00

    “They’re not there to shop. They’re not there to work. They’re just there.”

    Original Gramercy Pictures country of origin, one-sheet movie poster for the slapstick Kevin Smith romantic comedy, “Mallrats” starring Shannen Doherty, Jeremy London, Claire Forlani and Jason Lee. All of whom are featured on this 1995 comic book style film poster by Drew Struzan. This is the story of two friends who both lose their girlfriends on the same day and spend the rest of the day hanging out in a local mall with their wacky friends. With a clever design, Struzan does a great job of representing the characters, making them instantly recognisable; the addition of Stan Lee is a nice touch and he looks particularly cool. It displays to excellent effect and is presented in unrestored, rolled (as issued) condition. A rare high grade item of movie memorabilia for a very collectable ‘cult’ comedy film.

    Trivia: Brodie’s comic book collection seen in the movie was director Kevin Smith‘s collection at the time (which has grown considerably since). The collection is what Smith was able to purchase back after selling his original collection to finance production of Clerks (1994).

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