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  • Star Wars: Episode 1 The Phantom Menace - "La Minaccia Fantasma"

    Star Wars: Episode 1 The Phantom Menace – “La Minaccia Fantasma”

    £60.00

    “Ogni Saga Ha Un Inizio – Every Saga Has A Beginning”
    An really excellent Italian 2-Folio original movie poster from original year of release 1999. Fantastic DREW STRUZAN artwork for Episode One of the Star Wars saga. A really wonderful poster showcasing the “new” cast members & some old ones that looks magnificent in this larger format.

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  • Star Wars: Episode 3  Revenge of the Sith - "La Revanche des Sith"

    Star Wars: Episode 3 Revenge of the Sith – “La Revanche des Sith”

    £70.00

    “The saga is complete”…Original 2005 French Grande movie poster (Campaign B). Designed by the “New Wave Creative” Agency with artwork by Star Wars regular DREW STRUZAN. A very fine poster that captures the spirit of the best of the new trilogy. Classic styling, action, a full range of characters, lightsabers, and DARTH VADER. Magnificent in this large format…a real eye-catcher.

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  • Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones Movie Poster

    Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones

    £175.00

    “A Jedi Shall Not Know Anger. Nor Hatred. Nor Love.”

    “Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones” was the second part of a new concept for the Star Wars franchise, being part of a new prequel trilogy created by George Lucas and set before the events of Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope, introducing a new group of heroes & the early informative years of some well known ones. The release of any Star Wars film is always accompanied by a huge global marketing and merchandising campaign with the movie posters produced always being of the highest artistic quality. The IMAX “Size Matters Not…Except on an IMAX Screen” one-sheet poster featuring Yoda is a wonderful diversion from the more traditional, modern movie marketing campaign with this retro, period-style by Dave McMacken. Much scarcer than the regular film posters, being only created for IMAX cinemas they were printed in significantly lower numbers. Guaranteed original and presented here in fantastic unrestored condition this beautiful ROLLED (as issued) example looks fantastic with minimal handling wear; deep unfaded vibrant colour tones…A desirable example of original Star Wars movie memorabilia from what has become one of the most collectable and popular modern movie franchises.

    Trivia: Like Ewan McGregor did in Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace (1999), Hayden Christensen made “light-saber noises” the first time he was handed one in rehearsal. After chuckling at the young star’s antics, George Lucas informed him that they probably had people in Sound Effects who could do a better job in post-production.

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  • Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope - Alternative Movie Poster

    Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope

    £295.00

    “Any attack made by the Rebels against this station would be a useless gesture, no matter what technical data they have obtained. This station is now the ultimate power in the universe!”

    An officially licensed, sold out “Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope” alternative movie poster released in 2022 through Bottleneck Gallery in conjunction with Acme Archives and a part of Bottleneck Gallery’s 10-Year Anniversary and Party. Titled “Trench Run”, artist Jason Raish created an exciting print featuring the iconic X-Wing fighter battling the equally iconic TIE fighters in the climatic Death Star trench chase sequence. Using to glow in the dark, fluorescent inks, the neon green lasers are particularly striking. This edition is hand-numbered #251/350. Scarce and highly sought after, Raish’s imagery is already firmly established as a fans favourite, and this fantastic, visually exciting art print represents a fine addition for any collector of  movie posters or Star Wars fan memorabilia.

    Trivia: The word “Jedi” is derived from the Japanese words “Jidai Geki,” which translate as “period adventure drama.” A period adventure drama is a Japanese television soap opera program set in the samurai days. George Lucas mentioned in an interview that he saw a “Jidai Geki” program on television while in Japan a year or so before the movie was made, and he liked the word.

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  • The Empire Strikes Back Movie Poster

    Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back

    £125.00

    “Luke, you can destroy the Emperor. He has foreseen this. It is your destiny. Join me, and together we can rule the galaxy as father and son.”

    When you commission one of the greatest fantasy artists ever to work on the biggest sci-fi / fantasy film franchise ever; you get something very special…A rare original 1980 “Coca-Cola” promotional one sheet film poster for George Lucas sci fi classic “Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back“. Officially endorsed by Lucasfilm this film tie in poster features some amazing fantasy artwork by Boris Vallejo. Printed on heavy stock paper with beautiful painted imagery and deep rich colours this originally rolled (as issued) example makes a fine addition for any collector of movie posters or Star Wars memorabilia…“They’ve encased him in Carbonite. He should be quite well protected. If he survived the freezing process, that is.”

    Trivia: Boba Fett is never referred to by name in this movie. He is always referred to as “the bounty hunter” by other characters. However, a deleted scene included in the Blu-ray set shows Leia tending to Luke’s wounds and says “a bounty hunter named Boba Fett” has taken Han Solo.

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  • Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back

    Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back

    £175.00

    “The Star Wars saga continues”…

    Beautiful, rolled, unrestored 1980 one sheet style commercial movie poster (officially licensed) for the George Lucas sci fi classic sequel “Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back”. This pure artwork imagery (no title or credits) features Roger Kastel’s ‘Gone With the Wind’ artwork featuring a swooning Princess Leia (Carrie Fisher) about to be kissed by the romantic hero Han Solo (Harrison Ford)…a Scarlett O’Hara and Rhett Butler in space. Poster printer, Gala were one of the official licensees for aftermarket Star Wars posters sold to the general public band have here used an early alternative design to the regular final release cinematic poster which was recalled from use as Billy Dee Williams (Lando Calrissian) was not featured in Kastel’s finished artwork. Being originally rolled (as issued) and totally unrestored this stunning example displays and presents to excellent effect with rich unfaded colour tones. A fans favourite design this impressive item represents a fine addition for any collector of movie posters or Star Wars fan memorabilia.

    Trivia: In order to avoid sharing creative rights, George Lucas decided to avoid using a major studio to finance this movie. Instead, he bankrolled the $18 million production himself, using a combination of his profits from Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope (1977) and a bank loan. Although the move was risky, it paid off several times over. Lucas recovered his investment within three months of the movie’s release.

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  • Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back

    Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back

    £275.00

    “The Star Wars saga continues…”

    For the 1982 re-release of the George Lucas sci fi classic sequel “Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back” Lucasfilm issued this amazing one-sheet featuring the artwork of Tom Jung, the artist responsible for the original 1980 poster campaign. This ‘updated’ style features  some of the best imagery from the series with fantastic renditions of Darth Vader, Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, Princess Leia, Lando Calrissian, Yoda (firmly established as such an important and popular character to the series and sparingly used in the original campaign) and the iconic Imperial Walkers, all offset against a matt black background with silver detailing. Presented here in original unrestored condition this beautiful folded (as issued) example has deep unfaded vibrant colour tones and displays to very good effect. A fans favourite this impressive item represents a fine addition for any collector of original movie posters or Star Wars fan memorabilia.

    Trivia: In order to avoid sharing creative rights, George Lucas decided to avoid using a major studio to finance this movie. Instead, he bankrolled the $18 million production himself, using a combination of his profits from Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope (1977) and a bank loan. Although the move was risky, it paid off several times over. Lucas recovered his investment within three months of the movie’s release.

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  • Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back Movie Poster

    Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back 30th Anniversary

    £95.00

    “The Star Wars saga continues”…

    A special poster advertising “The Empire Strikes Back Night” at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, California held on May 21st in honour of the 30th anniversary of the movie with a cool image of Dodger Stadium at night and Darth Vader and the Millennium Falcon with the tagline “This is my town – Dodgertown a galaxy far, far away”. Presented here in original unrestored condition this beautiful 2010  rolled (as issued) example has deep unfaded vibrant colour tones and displays to very good effect with the minimal of handling wear. Printed only in the US for this extremely limited screening this is a truly scarce poster and highly sought after. Already firmly established as a fans favourite this impressive item represents a fine addition for any collector of original movie posters or Star Wars fan memorabilia.

    Trivia: In order to avoid sharing creative rights, George Lucas decided to avoid using a major studio to finance this movie. Instead, he bankrolled the $18 million production himself, using a combination of his profits from Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope (1977) and a bank loan. Although the move was risky, it paid off several times over. Lucas recovered his investment within three months of the movie’s release.

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  • Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back 40th Anniversary

    Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back 40th Anniversary

    £350.00

    “The Star Wars saga continues”…

    For the 40th Anniversary 2020 re-release of the George Lucas sci fi classic sequel “Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back” Lucasfilm issued this amazing one-sheet featuring the artwork of Matt Ferguson, the hugely successful artist responsible for some of the most memorable recent Marvel cinematic releases. This ‘updated’ style features  some of the best imagery from this instalment from the original trilogy with some fantastic key scene renditions and like many of the 1980 posters a dominant Darth Vader and the iconic Imperial Walkers. Presented here in original unrestored condition this beautiful 2020  rolled (as issued) example has deep unfaded vibrant colour tones and displays to excellent effect with the minimal of handling wear. With an extremely limited American theatrical release and printed only for the US market this is a truly scarce poster and highly sought after. Already firmly established as a fans favourite this impressive item represents a fine addition for any collector of original movie posters or Star Wars fan memorabilia.

    Trivia: In order to avoid sharing creative rights, George Lucas decided to avoid using a major studio to finance this movie. Instead, he bankrolled the $18 million production himself, using a combination of his profits from Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope (1977) and a bank loan. Although the move was risky, it paid off several times over. Lucas recovered his investment within three months of the movie’s release.

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  • Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back

    Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back 40th Anniversary

    £395.00

    “The Star Wars saga continues”…

    For the 40th Anniversary 2020 re-release of the George Lucas sci fi classic sequel “Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back” Lucasfilm issued this amazing one-sheet featuring the artwork of Matt Ferguson, the hugely successful artist responsible for some of the most memorable recent Marvel cinematic releases. This ‘updated’ style features  some of the best imagery from this instalment from the original trilogy with some fantastic key scene renditions and like many of the 1980 posters a dominant Darth Vader and the iconic Imperial Walkers. This eye-catching and desirable design was given a limited edition lenticular makeover in 2020 by Bottleneck Gallery and sold in 1 mm and 4mm editions. The poster offered here is printed on 1mm PET (Polyethylene Terephthalate) and mounted on high-density paper backing, numbered #200/300. Lenticular printing is a technology in which lenticular lenses (a technology used for 3D displays) are used to produce printed images with an illusion of depth or the ability to change or move as the image is viewed from different angles. Truly scarce and highly sought after, Ferguson’s imagery is already firmly established as a fans favourite, and this impressive item represents a fine addition for any collector of original movie posters or Star Wars fan memorabilia.

    Trivia: In order to avoid sharing creative rights, George Lucas decided to avoid using a major studio to finance this movie. Instead, he bankrolled the $18 million production himself, using a combination of his profits from Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope (1977) and a bank loan. Although the move was risky, it paid off several times over. Lucas recovered his investment within three months of the movie’s release.

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  • Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi Movie Poster

    Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi

    £1,595.00

    “The Empire Falls…”

    For the third chapter of the original Star Wars trilogy “Return of the Jedi” Lucasfilm successfully chose a number of internationally acclaimed artists to present a varied series of designs for the Worldwide advertising campaign. The poster here is the Yamakatsu issued Style B Japanese B2 by the prominent Star Wars artist Noriyoshi Ohrai. Titled ‘Starfall’ by the artist this design was not an official cinema poster but was sold exclusively in a small number of Japanese cinemas where the movie was playing. Due to printing difficulties it was only available in very limited numbers and is extremely scarce. Ohrai’s beautiful illustration is widely regarded as one of the best of any ‘Star Wars’ posters and is hugely desirable. Presented here in unrestored rolled (as issued) condition with just minor handling wear this amazing example looks magnificent; deep unfaded vibrant colours that truly ‘pop’ from the paper. A stunning item of movie memorabilia that would form the corner stone piece for any Star Wars fan or movie poster collection from what was (until 2015) the defining chapter in the Star Wars original trilogy.

    “You have that power too Leia. In time you’ll learn to use it as I have. The Force runs strong in my family. My father has it. I have it. And… my sister has it. Yes. It’s you, Leia.”

    Trivia: Takes place 5 years before The Mandalorian (2019).

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  • Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi Movie Poster

    Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi

    £295.00

    “You underestimate the power of the Dark Side. If you will not fight, then you will meet your destiny.”

    For the third chapter of the original Star Wars trilogy “Return of the Jedi” Lucasfilm successfully chose a number of internationally acclaimed artists to present a varied series of designs for the Worldwide advertising campaign. The poster here is the Yamakatsu issued Style A Japanese B2. Not an official cinema poster but was sold exclusively in a small number of Japanese cinemas where the movie was playing. At first view you would assume it to be a photo-montage design but it’s actually highly detailed artwork featuring all of the main characters and spacecraft. Only available in limited numbers and is rare and highly desirable. Presented here in excellent unrestored rolled (as issued) condition this incredible example looks superb. A fantastic item of collectable Star Wars movie memorabilia from what was (until 2015) the defining chapter in the Star Wars original trilogy.

    “The Emperor’s made a critical error, and the time for our attack has come.”

    Trivia: Takes place 5 years before The Mandalorian (2019).

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