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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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  • Hud Movie Poster



    “The man with the barbed wire soul!”

    A absolutely stunning Japanese B2 film poster for one of the best Paul Newman films ever made…Martin Ritt’s “Hud”. Featuring outstanding artwork, unique to the Japanese release, this really is the best example created for this western, drama title. Originally rolled (as issued) this presents to excellent effect, with minimal handling wear and strong, vibrant colours. Sought after and extremely hard to find in this high grade condition it represents a fine piece of very collectable Paul Newman movie memorabilia.

    Trivia: Patricia Neal is in the movie for only 21 minutes and 51 seconds, making her performance both the shortest to win a Best Actress Oscar and the shortest to win in a leading category.

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  • Near Dark Movie Poster

    Near Dark


    “At dawn they hide. At dark they wake. At night they search for blood…pray for daylight.”

    “Near Dark” is one of the best modern vampire movies around, stylish, funny, and all around adventurous cult classic.& certainly has one of the best and most eye-catching posters. This superb US one-sheet has Bill Paxton as the vampire Severen looking particularly worse for wear. A hard poster to track down with any paper for this under-appreciated undead classic becoming increasingly scarce. Offered here is an incredibly rare rolled (as issued) totally unrestored British UK quad movie poster from first year of release 1987 featuring a country unique design by Marcus Silversides and Mike Harris. It displays & presents to very good effect with some light edge wear to the borders. Deep colour tones a & stunning horror vampire imagery. A modern horror classic that is a superb piece of highly collectable movie memorabilia from one of the seminal horror films of the 1980s.

    Trivia: According to Bill Paxton, the driver that gives him the finger when he’s hitchhiking is played by none other than James Cameron, who had visited the set that day.

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  • The Magnificent Seven Movie Poster

    The Magnificent Seven


    “They Were Seven-And They Fought Like Seven Hundred”

    One of the most collected titles from the western genre, John Sturges’ star-studded blockbuster “The Magnificent Seven”. A must watch with an impressive number of film posters to match including the first year of release, 1960 Japanese B2 offered here A truly great design that emphasises the “7” with a series of all-action colour illustrations contained within its outline, off set against a beautiful light gold background. A simple yet very effective designed film poster with artwork that is unique to the Japanese release. The example offered here is presented in excellent unrestored, folded (as issued) condition. It displays beautifully. This rarely tuns up in such high grade condition and represents a fine piece of very rare original and collectable movie memorabilia for one of the big screen’s greatest & most loved films.

    Trivia: Steve McQueen desperately wanted to act in this film but couldn’t at first because the schedule of his TV series, Wanted: Dead or Alive (1958), wouldn’t allow it. He crashed a car and while he was “out sick”, recovering from the accident he shot this film.

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  • The-Revenant-Movie-Poster

    The Revenant


    “Revenant – One who has returned, as if from the dead.”

    Acclaimed Oscar winning film maker Alejandro G. Iñárritu directed, co-wrote and produced the multi award winning 2015 movie “The Revenant” that gained star Leonardo DiCaprio his first Oscar win and walked away with a further 2 Academy Awards including Best Director for himself from 12 Nominations. The poster imagery is a striking close up photograph design of DiCaprio using colour filters that just scream COLD.  A fantastic looking poster, this is a scarce “In Cinemas January 15th” Advance Teaser (pre-Oscar (with minimal credits – most UK posters feature the Academy Awards) example of the 2015 UK quad movie poster. Guaranteed original, it is presented in excellent near mint rolled (as issued) condition it appears almost faultless and represents an investment grade example of desirable and collectable original film movie memorabilia for not only one one of Hollywood’s most prominent actor’s in Leonardo DiCaprio but also an exciting emerging young director in Alejandro G. Iñárritu.

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