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M is for Movie Poster: Our Latest Finds

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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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How To Safely Store Your Movie Posters

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Film School Rejects has some great tips on how to safely - and cheaply - store your movie poster collection.

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It Came From Hollywood

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April brings showers of vintage movie posters, lobby cards and stills from Posteropolis, featuring celluloid icons, classic films and adorable schlock.Just some of the titles you'll find: Breakfast At Tiffany's, The Green Hornet, The Green Slime, Houdini, I The Jury, King Kong, Love-Slaves of the Amazons, The Misfits, Murder My Sweet, The Prince and The Showgirl, The Sign of Zorro, To Catch A Thief, To Have and Have Not, Viva Las Vegas, The War of the Worlds.To see them all, go to WHAT'S NEW.  

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Collecting's Guardian Angels

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Mention Ed and Susan Poole to most of those who deal in movie memorabilia and you'll hear nothing but praise for two individuals who have done more than anyone else to uncover the sometimes convoluted history of Hollywood movie-making. The New Orleans couple, who run the indispensable online resource, Learn About Movie Posters, have just been featured in a blog post by famed movie reviewer Leonard Maltin. Maltin recounts some of this own experiences as a long-time collector (he started at 12) and how the Poole's research has been an invaluable aid to identifying many pieces, particularly studio stills. Not...

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