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  • A Nightmare on Elm Street Movie Poster

    A Nightmare on Elm Street


    “If Nancy doesn’t wake up screaming…She won’t wake up at all !”

    Graham Humphreys’ beautifully rendered artwork for Wes Craven’s “A Nightmare on Elm Street” introduced the world to one of horror’s most evil and greatest personalities: Freddy Krueger. Setting a high bench mark for modern horror artwork Humphreys’ country unique imagery for the UK quad design is one of the most sought after film posters of the 80’s and the horror genre. Graham Humpreys has been dubbed England’s greatest living horror artist and it’s not hard to see why when you see this beautiful UK quad film poster from first year of release 1984. Totally original and unrestored, this rolled (as issued) example is presented in excellent condition with unfaded dark black/blue colour tones and very minimal age and handling wear. The best Extremely scarce and a must have for the serious collector it represents a fantastic item of horror movie memorabilia. The best I have ever offered for sale or seen – it really is exceptional and perfect for investment or to just enjoy.

    Trivia: The very first time we see Freddy in the movie, he isn’t being played by Robert Englund, but by Special Effects man Charles Belardinelli, as Belardinelli was the only one who knew exactly how to cut the glove and insert the blades.

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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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