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A Fistful of Posters

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Check out these classic vintage movie posters and lobby cards from the latest website update: Beyond The Valley Of The Dolls, Bullitt, Double Indemnity, Frogs, High Plains Drifter, House On Haunted Hill, I Walked With A Zombie, Love-Slaves Of The Amazons, The Postman Always Rings Twice, The Return of Dracula, Sabrina, The Sons of Katie Elder, Straw Dogs, Tarzan The Ape Man, Undersea Kingdom, The Unearthly, The Wild Bunch and more.To see them all, go to WHAT'S NEW.

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From Hollywood With Love

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Check out our latest vintage movie poster finds: The Abominable Dr. Phibes, Barbarella, Casino Royale, Cleopatra Jones, Dr. No, The Golden Voyage of Sinbad, Magnum Force, On Her Majesty's Secret Service, Super Fly, True Grit, Westworld, Where Eagles Dare and more. To see them all, go to WHAT'S NEW.

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Like a Royale with Cheese: Our Latest Finds

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Check out these highlights of our latest vintage poster acquisitions: Black Christmas, The Brain From Planet Arous, The Cyclops, The Fearless Vampire Killers, Fiend Without A Face, Fire Maidens Of Outer Space, Jimi Hendrix, Kelly's Heroes, The Killer Shrews, The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, Planet of the Vampires, Pulp Fiction, The Raven, Target Earth, The Undead.To see them all, go to WHAT'S NEW.

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M is for Movie Poster: Our Latest Finds

Posted by Dave Rosen on

Fall into autumn with our latest offering of quality vintage posters and lobby cards. The highlights: Battle Beyond The Sun, Billy Jack, Bus Stop, Frankenhooker, Fury of the Dragon, The Good The Bad and The Ugly, Lolita, The Magnificent Seven, Mean Streets, Moonraker, Oliver Twist, The Sea Hawk, The Trouble With Girls, The Wall. To see them all, go to What's New.

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A video montage of every (or nearly every) Alfred Hitchcock film cameo

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Posted on Dangerous Minds, here is a video compilation of just about every Hitchcock movie cameo, starting with 1927's The Lodger. Can you name all the other movies?

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