US One-Sheet - Double Sided - 27" x 40" (69 x 102 cm)

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  • Darkman Movie Poster



    “They destroyed everything he had, everything he was. Now, crime has a new enemy and justice has a new face.”

    An original 1990 US one-sheet movie poster for Sam Raimi’s comic book inspired ant-hero “Darkman”. Raimi’s cult classic creation is one of those movies that has aged better with time than on its first release with a loyal and devoted fanbase. Lead actor, Liam Neeson (in his first starring role) plays the titular hero with real style and features prominently (albeit swathed in bandages) on the John Alvin designed US one-sheet offered here as he’s seen almost as a silhouette set against an explosive city backdrop. Totally unrestored, this rolled (as issued) example displays & presents to very good effect. A great looking piece of horror, comic book style artwork that represents a scarce piece of cinematic movie memorabilia.

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    Trivia: Although his status as a star of the genre would solidify much later in his career, this was Liam Neesons first starring role in an action film.

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  • Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny Movie Poster

    Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny


    “Archaeologist Indiana Jones races against time to retrieve a legendary artifact that can change the course of history.”

    In keeping with the previous four instalments and very much against the norm for modern movie posters, the fifth adventure for everyone’s favourite archaeologist – “Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny” sees a beautiful piece of artwork by Tony Stella. Stella brings his own unique style to what, the purists is a more traditional movie poster. Ford is the featured point of interest with action scenes and supporting characters making up the background, as the familiar various shades of orange and brown dominate the colour palette. A perfect addition to the canon. This is a classic action adventure poster from the ultimate adventure movie series that presents to excellent effect and is offered in beautiful rolled, unfolded (as issued) unrestored original condition. A truly fine piece of original country of origin movie memorabilia for a character and franchise that has proved to be one of the best loved and highly successful franchises in film history.

    Trivia: Mads Mikkelsen is the second actor to play both a James Bond and Indiana Jones villain, having played Le Chiffre in Casino Royale (2006). The first is Julian Glover, who played Aristotle Kristatos in For Your Eyes Only (1981) and Walter Donovan in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989).

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  • Star Wars Episode VI - Return of the Jedi 40th Anniversary Movie Poster

    Star Wars Episode VI – Return of the Jedi 40th Anniversary


    “The Empire Falls…”

    For the 40th Anniversary 2023 re-release of the George Lucas sci fi classic sequel “Star Wars: Return of the Jedi” Lucasfilm issued this amazing British one-sheet featuring the artwork of Matt Ferguson, the hugely successful artist responsible for some of the most memorable recent Marvel cinematic releases and the award winning, fan favourite 40th Anniversary design for ‘Empire Strikes Back’. This ‘updated’ style features  some of the best imagery from this instalment from the original trilogy with Luke Skywalker (now a Jedi Knight) and like many of the 1980 posters a dominant Darth Vader and the iconic scout walkers. Presented here in original unrestored condition this beautiful 2023  double-sided, 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 cinematic release in both the UK & USA  this is a truly scarce poster and highly sought after. As this is the American release it carries the tagline ‘Returns to Theatres April 28′. 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: A reason for filming under the guise of non-descript horror movie title, “Blue Harvest” was partly to put off any snoopers, and also because the production found out that if they mentioned they were working on the next Star Wars movie, suppliers would automatically ramp up their prices, assuming that money was no object for Lucasfilm.

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