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Movie & TV Publicity Stills and Photo Cards for sale are listed in alphabetical order by title. Celebrities are listed by their last name. A few crossover items can also be found on the Non-Sport Card page for many film related lots and sets. Please see the Condition guide for grading codes. To purchase anything, see the How To Order page.

PLEASE READ THIS to understand the differences between items on this page! All vintage movie stills listed as Original were produced by the studio and are from the year the film was released. If it says Original, it is NOT a reissue, restrike or mass-produced photo! It's the real deal. All Press Kits contain original stills.

Reissue stills are still produced directly by the studios, but they are not from the year of release. All reissues on this page clearly state the year of reissue. Vintage reissues are still very collectible items.

Restrikes are clearly marked as restrikes and will never be passed off as anything other than mass-produced photos! There is nothing wrong with a restrike as long as you are buying it for the pleasure of looking at the photo and understand you are not getting a studio produced collectible. There are no bootleg or unauthorized restrikes or reproductions for sale here.

Photo Cards are publicity still images printed on thick card stock. Vending Cards are heavy card stock photos that were dispensed at penny arcades. All Vending Cards on this page are vintage items - no reproductions! Post Cards and Promo Cards are self-explanatory.


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THE ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD (1938): Warner Brothers, ALL are 1976 United Artist Reissue B&W glossy publicity stills, 8 x 10 inches. The film stars Errol Flynn, Olivia De Havilland, Basil Rathbone, Claude Rains, and Alan Hale. Directed by Michael Curtiz and William Keighley. Winner of 3 Academy Awards. The following are available:

Still #85473-7: Medium close-up of Maid Marian (Olivia De Havilland) and Robin Hood (Errol Flynn) embracing, NM condition front with a rubber cement stain on the back that does not show through, the publicity text that was glued to the back is obviously loose, but it will be included. Copyright text printed below the image. See still  $8.50

Still #R-32: Robin Hood (Errol Flynn) and Friar Tuck (Eugene Pallette) in the foreground with Little John (Alan Hale) and the rest of the "Merry Men" in the background, NM condition. Title, copyright and exhibitor warnings are printed below the image, almost as if this reissue was shot off the original 1938 Warner Bros. publicity still. See still  $11

Still #R-281: Action far shot of Robin Hood (Errol Flynn) and Sir Guy (Basil Rathbone) with swords locked in combat while a battle rages behind them, graded VF due to light 3.5 inch long discoloration in the top left white border (not in the image). Title, copyright and exhibitor warnings are printed below the image, almost as if this reissue was shot off the original 1938 Warner Bros. publicity still. See still  $8.50

Still #R-3?1: Robin Hood (Errol Flynn) being knighted by King Richard (Ian Hunter) while Maid Marian (Olivia De Havilland), Little John (Alan Hale), Friar Tuck (Eugene Pallette), and the other main supporting characters look on, NM condition. Title, copyright and exhibitor warnings are printed below the image, almost as if this reissue was shot off the original 1938 Warner Bros. publicity still. See still  $10

Still #R.H.-31: Dynamic knees up shot of Robin Hood (Errol Flynn) drawing his bow, NM- condition front with a faint discoloration on the back left edge of the still that does not show through. Title, copyright and exhibitor warnings are printed below the image, almost as if this reissue was shot off the original 1938 Warner Bros. publicity still. See still  $9.50

Still #No Number1: Tense medium close-up of Robin Hood (Errol Flynn) and Sir Guy (Basil Rathbone) with swords locked in battle, FN+ condition, but best described as a NM still with a light front surface scratch from the top to just short of 3 inches from the bottom that can be seen when you hold the glossy at an angle. Title, copyright and exhibitor warnings are printed below the image, almost as if this reissue was shot off the original 1938 Warner Bros. publicity still. See still  $6.50

Still #No Number2: Prince John (Claude Rains), Sir Guy (Basil Rathbone) and the Sheriff of Nottingham (Melville Cooper) seated and plotting, as all bad guys do, NM- condition. Title, copyright and exhibitor warnings are printed below the image, almost as if this reissue was shot off the original 1938 Warner Bros. publicity still. See still  $10

Still #No Number3: Robin Hood (Errol Flynn) and King Richard (Ian Hunter) disguised as a monk, NM condition. Title, copyright and exhibitor warnings are printed below the image, almost as if this reissue was shot off the original 1938 Warner Bros. publicity still. See still  $12

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WOODY ALLEN: Restrike B&W glossy still #568 of Woody with a blow-up doll (image possibly used to promote "Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Sex" from 1972), 8 x 10 inches, NM condition, produced in late 1970s, photo bears a lone still number at the bottom of the photo, reproduced without any text. See still  $7

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ALL THE MARBLES (1981): MGM/UA, Original B&W glossy publicity still #1951-17 of Laurene Landon taking a flying leap in the ring at Ursaline Bryant-King with Richard Jaeckel and Vicki Frederick looking on, NM condition, 8 x 10 inches. Scene descriptive text is printed below the image. Peter Falk and Burt Young also starred in this comedy about female wrestling. Directed by Robert Aldrich. Later rereleased as "The California Dolls." See still  $8.50

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ED AMES (Circa-1966): Arcade Vending Card from the "Recording Artists" series of Fifties and Sixties Pop Stars, Ex/M+ condition, size approximately 3.5 x 5.5 inches, B&W, blank back, facsimile autograph on the card. Printed by ESCO (Exhibit Supply Company of Chicago, IL). Some of you may remember Ed as "Mingo" on the Daniel Boone TV series. See card  $7

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AT THE CIRCUS (1939): MGM, Restrike B&W glossy still #555 of The Marx Brothers, Chico, Harpo and Groucho, from the waist up, 8 x 10 inches, NM condition, produced in late 1970s, bears a lone still number at the bottom right of the photo, reproduced without any text. See still  $7

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BARBARA BATES (Circa-late 1950s): Starlet Arcade Vending Card, NM condition, size approximately 3.5 x 5.5 inches, blank back, sepia toned photo of Barbara Bates posing in a two-piece bathing suit. Printed by ESCO (Exhibit Supply Company of Chicago, IL). Barbara was a 1940s and ‘50s actress best known for her roles in "All About Eve," "Cheaper By The Dozen" and "Let’s Make it Legal." Prior to acting, she worked as a cheesecake model posing for magazines like Yank, The Army Weekly and Life. Barbara died in 1969. See card  $6

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BETTY BOOP: 8 x 10 inch color photo card #670-003, made by Classico San Francisco, NM condition, issued between 1989 - 1991, heavy stock, glossy front, Betty Boop as Marilyn Monroe in "The Seven Year Itch." See photo card  $5

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THE BIRDS (1963): See Alfred Hitchcock

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BLADE RUNNER (1982): The Blade Runner Portfolio. 12 color, 9 x 12 inch, high quality litho print photos on heavy stock from the film, issued by Blue Dolphin Enterprises, never opened, still sealed, O/P. Superb quality shots, both portraits and film scenes, of Harrison Ford, Sean Young, Daryl Hannah, Rutger Hauer, Joanna Cassidy, and others from the classic Ridley Scott science fiction film, based on the story by Philip K. Dick. See front cover  $100

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LESLIE BROOKS (Circa-late 1950s): Starlet Arcade Vending Card, NM condition, size approximately 3.5 x 5.5 inches, blank back, sepia toned cheesecake photo of Leslie Brooks posing in a short skirt. Printed by ESCO (Exhibit Supply Company of Chicago, IL). Leslie was a leading lady in Hollywood low-budgeters of the 1940's and starred in the 1948 film noir classic, "Blonde Ice." She died in 2011. See card  $6

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BUGS BUNNY: Warner Brothers, 1976 Reissue B&W glossy publicity still of Bugs in one of his stock poses leaning against a tree with carrot in hand, NM condition, 8 x 10 inches. "© Warner Bros., Inc." appears at the bottom under the "Bugs Bunny" name. See still  $10

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BUGS BUNNY HOWL-OWEEN SPECIAL (1981): Warner Brothers, Original B&W glossy publicity still of Bugs Bunny and Witch Hazel from the CBS TV Special, VF+ condition, 7 3/8 x 9 inches. "© Warner Bros., Inc." appears at the bottom of the still. Bugs scares Witch Hazel by holding a mask of her face over his. This unique sized still comes with the rare original CBS network note sent to affiliate stations to promote the rebroadcast of the Halloween cartoon special that aired on October 27, 1981. The note has some slight yellowing and was prefolded to wrap around the still, but has been stored fully opened flat for the last 35 years. See still and note  Both for $20

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CHARLIE'S ANGELS: 1976 ABC-TV Series, Restrike B&W glossy still #507 of the three full-figure original angels, Jaclyn Smith (in a bikini), Kate Jackson (in riding gear) and Farrah Fawcett-Majors (in tennis duds), 8 x 10 inches, NM condition, produced in late 1970s, photo bears a lone still number at the bottom of the photo, reproduced without any text. See still  $7

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CONAN THE BARBARIAN (1982): Universal, Universal City B&W glossy publicity still #5236-C5307 of Arnold Schwarzenegger as Conan and Sandahl Bergman as Valeria, NM condition, 8 x 10 inches. Reproduction warning text printed below the image. Film also stars James Earl Jones, Max von Sydow and Mako. Directed by John Milius. See still  $7

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ENTER THE DRAGON: 1973, Warner Brothers, Original B&W Promotional Lobby Glossy Still, FN-VF condition due to slight curling at top and bottom, but matting and framing will make this piece look exceptional, 11 x 14 inches. This rare glossy is made up from six images of Bruce Lee from various moments in the film. Sold during the film's initial release at theaters. Stars Bruce Lee, John Saxon, Jim Kelly, and Ahna Capri. Directed by Robert Clouse. See still  $18

ENTER THE DRAGON - BRUCE LEE COLLECTORS ACTION SERIES: 1973, NM, 8.5 x 11 inches, 10 B&W photos from the Warner Brothers film ENTER THE DRAGON printed on plain white paper and stapled together in the upper left corner. Bruce Lee in every shot with John Saxon, Kien Shih and Yang Sze (Bolo Yeung) each appearing in one photo. The top photo has the text "Bruce Lee / 10 Photos / Collectors Action Series" printed around Lee's picture. RARE, Sold in lobbies during the film's initial release at theaters. Stars Bruce Lee, John Saxon, Jim Kelly, and Ahna Capri. Directed by Robert Clouse. See cover  $50

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FANTASIA (1940): Disney, 8 x 10 inch color photo card #456-006, made by Classico San Francisco, NM condition, issued between 1989 - 1991, heavy stock, glossy front, scene from the ostrich and alligator ballet sequence in the film. (2 available) See photo card  $5

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FLASH GORDON'S TRIP TO MARS (1938): Universal, B&W Still #899-56-EP8 Reprint, NM condition, 8 x 10 inches, photo features C. Montague Shaw as Clay King, Buster Crabbe as Flash Gordon and Richard Alexander as Prince Barin. This high quality reprint was manufactured in the mid-1970s and is printed on heavy white stock with a light pebble matte finish. There is some mild bowing, but it would not be noticeable at all once framed. Classic image from one of Universal's best serials. See still  $10

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FORBIDDEN PLANET (1956): MGM, ALL are United Artists Classics 1976 Reissue B&W glossy publicity stills - some intended for TV station promotion, 8 x 10 inches. The film stars Walter Pidgeon, Leslie Nielsen, Anne Francis, Warren Stevens, Jack Kelly, Earl Holliman, Richard Anderson, and of course, Robby The Robot. Directed by Fred M. Wilcox. An untouchable classic in the science fiction genre! The following are available:

Still #1671-20: Interior shot of the ships' "bridge" with Robby at the controls, Leslie Nielsen and Anne Francis are in the foreground with 5 crew members in the background, NM- condition still BUT this reissue was shot from a poor quality original that had visual damage on the far right side and thin white lines on the top and bottom left side. This still is often reproduced cropped closer to cut the far right side visual damage. Affiliate station promo still with "Forbidden Planet MGM-TV" text printed below the image. See still  $9

Still #1671-35: Far shot on the planet's surface with Robby walking towards his rocket sled, Leslie Nielsen is seated on board and a crew member on the far left of the still is holding a blaster rifle, VF+ condition. "Forbidden Planet" text printed below the image. See still  $12

Still #51671-61: Posed publicity shot of Leslie Nielsen and Warren Stevens aiming their blaster pistols at Robby The Robot, VF condition still shot from a lesser quality original with some very fine white spots on the studio floor - apparent enough to mention, but not really detracting from the photo. See still  $10

Still #FP 2: Extreme far shot on the planet's surface with crew members under the cruiser C-57D, Earl Holliman is obvious in his "cookie" outfit, NM condition. "Forbidden Planet" and the 1976 studio copyright text and exhibitor warnings are printed below the image. See still  $15

Still #FP 3: Medium posed publicity shot of Leslie Nielsen and Anne Francis with Robby The Robot, graded VF due to a very faint hairline scratch you will only see at an angle and up close. "Forbidden Planet" and the 1976 studio copyright text and exhibitor warnings are printed below the image. See still  $11.25

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FRANKENSTEIN (1931): Oversized color post card of the Universal film poster, size approximately 6 x 8 inches, printed in 1971 by Portal Publications, VF condition. Stars Boris Karloff, Colin Clive, Mae Clark, John Boles, and Dwight Frye. Directed by James Whale. See post card  $4.50

FRANKENSTEIN (1931): Universal, 8 x 10 inch black & white photo card #257-006, made by Classico San Francisco, NM condition, 1989, heavy stock, glossy front, Boris Karloff's detailed face shot showing Jack Pierce's wonderful make-up work. (2 available) See photo card  $5

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A HARD DAY’S NIGHT: CD-ROM Promo Card, NM condition, 1994, size approximately 4.25 x 5.5 inches, B&W front with solo shots of the four Beatles, Promo from Voyager for the release of the complete, uncut movie on CD-ROM, Tower Records in-store event text on the back. See card  $2.50

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ALFRED HITCHCOCK: Universal, 8 x 10 inch black & white photo card #220-090, made by Classico San Francisco, NM- condition, 1989, heavy stock, semi-glossy front, Alfred Hitchcock posing with a friend from "The Birds." (2 available) See photo card  $5

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INSIDE THE SHARK (1976): PBS-TV, Original B&W glossy publicity still from "Nova," VF- condition with one pin hole in the top center border, 8 x 10 inches. Shows a shot of a shark taken by Jeff Albertson with descriptive text and "NOVA" printed below the image. The lower area where air date, time and channel is commonly found with handwriting is void of any on this photo! See still  $3.50

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INVASION (1997): Lot of 2 Robin Cook's Invasion Post Card Promos, NM, size 4.25 x 6 inches, color front and B&W back, Go Card limited edition "glow in the dark" promo version. Back states: World Premiere Television Event! The World Takeover Begins May 4th & 5th 9/8pm on NBC. Starring Luke Perry and Kim Cattrall; Directed by Armand Mastroianni. See sample card  Both for $4

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IT'S HARD TO BE A PENGUIN (1976): PBS-TV, Original B&W glossy publicity still of an Adelie Penguin and her chick with descriptive text and the PBS logo printed below the image, Graded VG+ due to three staple holes in the top border and two staple holes in the bottom border, but the image area is clean, 8 x 10 inches. The lower area where air date, time and channel is commonly found with handwriting is void of any on this photo! This aired as part of the Festival '76 fundraising shows. See still  $2

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JURASSIC PARK THE RIDE POST CARD: Universal Studios Hollywood Post Card, 1996, NM condition, oversized, 5 x 7 inches. The front show four sections of the ride including the main gate, a spitter in action, a dinosaur in the water, and the final drop on the water ride. In the center of all this is the Jurassic Park logo and a red border frames the whole card. The back has all the copyright info and the Universal Studios Hollywood logo. See post card  $1.25

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BORIS KARLOFF: Original, Signed, B&W matte finish publicity still of Boris Karloff, medium bust shot, VF+ condition: slight bowing, size 5 x 7 inches, signed between 1948 - 1958 (read history) from a large movie star autograph collection I acquired in the mid-1980s, signature is clean and strong in blue ink, it reads: "Sincerely Boris Karloff" with an underline. There are no inconsistencies between this signature and verified period examples. Along with Lon Chaney and Bela Lugosi, Boris Karloff is a member of the royal triumvirate of classic horror film stars. The back of the photo shows evidence of photo corner mounts that have no effect on the picture. Boris Karloff died on February 2, 1969. See photo  $975

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VERONICA LAKE: Original, Signed, B&W with slight sepia tones and yellow colorized hair, matte finish publicity still of Veronica posed in her sultry vamp best, waist up shot, VF condition: slight bowing, size 8 x 10 inches, signed between 1948 - 1954 (read history) from a large movie star autograph collection I acquired in the mid-1980s, signature is clean, but very weak with faded blue ink, it reads: "Best Wishes Sincerely, Veronica Lake." Born in 1922, Veronica would have been in her late 20s to early 30s when she signed this photo. There are no inconsistencies between this signature and verified period examples. The back of the photo shows evidence of photo corner mounts that have no effect on the picture. Veronica Lake died on July 7, 1973. See photo  $350

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LOVE AND DEATH (1975): United Artists, ALL are Original B&W publicity stills, 8 x 10 inches. The film stars Woody Allen, Diane Keaton, Jessica Harper, and James Tolkan. Written and Directed by Woody Allen. The following are available:

Still #LD-12: Medium shot of James Tolkan (Napoleon), Diane Keaton and Woody Allen, Graded FN+ due to some handling wear along the right side of the still. Copyright text printed below the image. See still  $5.50

Still #LD-14: Close-up of Woody Allen, Graded FN+ due to some handling wear along the bottom right side and a dog ear on the bottom right corner only in the border. Copyright text printed below the image. See still  $5.50

Still #LD-L-1: Far shot of Woody Allen dancing with death by the riverside, NM condition. Copyright text printed below the image. See still  $10

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MARK OF THE VAMPIRE (1935): MGM, ALL are United Artists Classics 1976 Reissue B&W glossy publicity stills, 8 x 10 inches. The film stars Bela Lugosi, Lionel Barrymore, Lionel Atwill, Elizabeth Allan, Jean Hersholt, Henry Wadsworth, and Carol Borland. Directed by Tod Browning. The following are available:

Still #812-37: Dramatic angled publicity shot of Bela Lugosi as Count Mora (who we all know is really Dracula with a different name to avoid lawsuits) groping Carol Borland as Luna Mora with foreground head shots of Elizabeth Allan and Henry Wadsworth, NM- condition with a pencil mark on the back that has no bearing on the stills condition, but I'm mentioning it for purists. See still  $12

Still #812-98: Medium shot of a mesmerized Elizabeth Allan as Irena with a stern Lionel Barrymore as Professor Zelen, NM condition. See still  $10

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MIDWAY (1976): Mirisch/Universal Studios, Original Film Press Kit. Overall grade of VF+ due to 9 pages in the booklet having underlines and margin notes written in them and the last bio page is wrinkled. Kit Contains: A) Twenty-three (23) Black & White 8 x 10 inch glossies from the film (average VF/NM-NM), including head shots of the main stars, Charlton Heston, Henry Fonda, Hal Holbrook, Glenn Ford, Toshiro Mifune, and Dale Ishimoto, Christina Kokubo - full figure, plus action scenes and posed publicity shots from the film with Heston, Fonda, Holbrook, Kokubo, Ford, Mifune, Robert Webber, Edward Albert, James Coburn, Robert Wagner, Dabney Coleman, James Shigeta, Robert Ito, Cliff Robertson, and others - most stills have character or scene info pre-printed on the photograph backs; B) Color slick with details of the actual historical battle at Midway; and C) a booklet containing 15 pages of Production Notes, 3 pages of Cast & Credits, a 5 page story Synopsis (labeled "Not for Publication"), and 31 pages of Cast (main stars) and Producer Biographies. The battle at Midway in Sensurround! Directed by Jack Smight. Great package for fans of the film or the WWII historical event. See 5 sample stills and 2 sample press kit pages  $222

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MARILYN MONROE: 8 x 10 inch black & white photo card #220-071, made by Classico San Francisco, NM condition, 1989, heavy stock, semi-glossy front, Marilyn in her famous scene from "The Seven Year Itch."  See photo card  $5

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MONTY PYTHON LIVE AT THE HOLLYWOOD BOWL (1982): Columbia/Handmade Films, Original B&W glossy press kit still #4 of Terry Gilliam making a goofy face as Demonstrator #3 (waist up medium shot), VF condition, 8 x 10 inches. Scene descriptive text and copyright info is printed below the image. The concert film was written and performed by the Pythons with Terry Hughes helping out as director. George Harrison was executive producer! See still  $8

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CLEO MOORE (Circa-late 1950s): Starlet Arcade Vending Card, NM condition, size approximately 3.5 x 5.5 inches, blank back, sepia toned sexy leg photo of Cleo Moore posing in a low cut dress on a bed. Printed by ESCO (Exhibit Supply Company of Chicago, IL). Cleouna Moore was a 1950s B-movie star who aptly filled the role of buxom blonde. Cleo excelled at "bad girl" and "women’s prison" movie roles. She died in 1973 and has developed quite a cult following over the years. See card  $8

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MARY MURPHY (Circa-late 1950s): Starlet Arcade Vending Card, NM condition, size approximately 3.5 x 5.5 inches, blank back, sepia toned photo of Mary Murphy ("in Paramount Pictures" tag under her name) posing in a one piece bathing suit. Printed by ESCO (Exhibit Supply Company of Chicago, IL). Mary was a 1950s through ‘70s film character actress best known for her role as the “good girl” in "The Wild One." She did most of her work in the 1960s on television, appearing in "The Outer Limits," "Honey West," "I Spy," "Perry Mason," "Alfred Hitchcock Presents," "Laramie," "The Fugitive," and many other TV shows. Mary died in 2011. See card  $6

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KIM NOVAK: Original, Signed, B&W glossy publicity still of Kim during the earliest part of her career, bust shot of Kim as a "sweater girl," VG condition: slight bowing, the still looks fine when you look at it straight on, however, at an angle you can see numerous pressure lines running the vertical length of the photo on either side of Kim's head but not on her face or central portion of the still, size 8 x 10 1/4 inches, signed circa-1955 (read history) from a large movie star autograph collection I acquired in the mid-1980s, signature is clean and in strong purple ink, it reads: "Best of Luck in all you do! Sincerely, Kim." This still was taken directly from an early Kim Novak fan club kit that I had. The bottom border contains a 1954 Columbia Pictures Corp. copyright with permission to reproduce tag. There are no inconsistencies between this signature and verified period examples. The back of the photo is stamped: "Kim Novak National Fan Club  Erwin Gottlieb, Pres.,  470 W. 24th St. NYC" and has no effect on the picture. See photo  $175

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ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST (1975): United Artists, ALL are Original B&W glossy publicity stills, 8 x 10 inches. The film stars Jack Nicholson, Louise Fletcher, Danny DeVito, Vincent Schiavelli, Brad Dourif, Will Sampson, Scatman Crothers, William Redfield, and Christopher LLoyd. Academy Award winner directed by Milos Forman. The following are available:

Still #OF-2: Jack Nicholson and Louise Fletcher, NM condition. Copyright text is printed below the image. See still  $10

Still #OF-6: Jack Nicholson and the inmates, including Vincent Schiavelli and Brad Dourif, Graded VG due to warping on the center left side and at the bottom center of the still. Copyright text is printed below the image. See still  $2.50

Still #OF-13: Jack Nicholson on an inmate's shoulders at a basketball hoop with Will Sampson looking on, NM- condition. Copyright text is printed below the image close to the photo's edge. See still  $9

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THE PRISONER (1967): ITC-TV, ITC Entertainment early-1980s Reissue B&W coated stock publicity stills from the 4th (or 2nd depending on your perspective) episode "Free For All" from the classic British TV series, 8 x 10 inches. The following are available:

No #: Patrick McGoohan being interrogated, Graded VG+ predominantly due to writing "From 4th Episode Called "Free For All" and "56" in the bottom border below the picture. See still  $4

No #: Far shot of Patrick McGoohan, with megaphone in hand, riding on a cart as he campaigns for election as #1. A crowd is in front of him holding signs of his face in support, NM condition. See still  $8

THE PRISONER POST CARD: NM condition, circa mid-1980s, size roughly 3 3/8 x 5 1/8 inches, full color shot of Patrick McGoohan as "The Prisoner," original image quality is fairly low, more than likely an unauthorized issue as no copyrights appear. See post card  $1

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RONALD REAGAN: Original, Ghost Signed, sepia toned, semi-glossy post card of the future governor and president of the United States back when he was an actor, medium bust shot, VF condition: very slight bowing, size 3 3/8 x 5 3/8 inches, signed between 1948 - 1958 (read history) from a large movie star autograph collection I acquired in the mid-1980s, signature is clean and in moderately strong blue ink, it reads: "Good Luck Ronald Reagan." While this comes from a period after Nelle Reagan, Ronald's mother, was ghost signing all her son's fan mail, it still falls under the strong probability of being a ghosted signature by her. The connection of the initial "R" to "o" is uncharacteristic and the final upturn on the "n" is unusual for a genuine signature (Go ahead and berate me, but the "n" upturn looks feminine). Bill White did a signature study of Reagan, seen here, and there is another seen here by University Archives. Have a look at both. The back of the card contains pre-printed "Post Card, Correspondence, Address, Place Stamp Here" markings and shows evidence of photo corner mounts that have no effect on the picture. Ronald Reagan died on June 5, 2004. I will entertain offers on this one, but I won't present it as anything other than a vintage ghosted Ronald Reagan signature. Before offering me fifty bucks and thinking that is a lot, have a look here at what Nelle's known vintage ghosts for Ronald are going for, and there's not even a guarantee that this is Nelle signing. See post card

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DONNA REED (Circa-late 1950s): Starlet Arcade Vending Card, NM- condition, size approximately 3.5 x 5.5 inches, blank back, "Printed in U.S.A." on bottom front right of card, sepia toned photo of Donna Reed posing in a sexy lace top night gown. Printed by ESCO (Exhibit Supply Company of Chicago, IL). Donna was a well-known film actress in the 1940s and 1950s, appearing in the classics "It's A Wonderful Life" and "From Here To Eternity." She made her mark in American TV from 1958-66 as the star of "The Donna Reed Show." She was both a Golden Globe and an Academy Award Winner, as well as a multiple Emmy nominee. Donna died in 1986. See card  $8

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ROCKY (1976): United Artists, ALL are Restrike B&W glossy stills, 8 x 10 inches, produced in late 1970s, all photos bear a lone still number at the bottom of the photo (which is how they are identified here), otherwise they were reproduced without any text. The film stars Sylvester Stallone, Talia Shire, Burgess Meredith, Carl Weathers, and Burt Young. Directed by John G. Avildsen.

Still #506: NM condition, photo of Sylvester Stallone and Talia Shire. The classic close-up head shot of Rocky and Adrian. (2 copies available) See still  $6

Still #526: NM condition, photo of Sylvester Stallone. Medium close-up of Rocky Balboa. See still  $6

Still #536: NM condition, photo of Sylvester Stallone and Burgess Meredith. Rocky and Mickey prep for the final match. See still  $6

Still #540: NM condition, photo of Sylvester Stallone and Carl Weathers. Action shot of Rocky and Apollo Creed in the ring during the final fight. See still  $6

Still #541: NM condition, photo of Sylvester Stallone and Diana Lewis. Rocky interviewed by TV Reporter Lewis in the meat packing plant. See still  $6

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SCIENCE FICTION FILM POSTERS POST CARD SET: Set of 12 post cards, NM condition, circa mid-1980s, size roughly 3 3/8 x 5 1/8 inches, full color reprints of the one-sheet movie posters for the classic genre films: The Day Of the Triffids, The Day The Earth Stood Still, Earth Vs. The Flying Saucers, Forbidden Planet, Godzilla, Invaders From Mars, Invasion Of the Body Snatchers, It Came From Outer Space, This Island Earth, The Time Machine, 2001: A Space Odyssey, and When Worlds Collide. All were shot directly from movie posters, so fold lines appear in a few images. Production quality is fairly low on this more than likely unauthorized set (no copyrights appear). See 4 sample post cards  All 12 for $7.50

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THE SEA HAWK (1940): Warner Brothers, ALL are 1976 United Artist Reissue B&W glossy publicity stills, 8 x 10 inches. The film stars Errol Flynn, Brenda Marshall, Claude Rains, Donald Crisp, Flora Robson, and Alan Hale. Directed by Michael Curtiz. Nominated for 4 Academy Awards. The following are available:

Still #SH: Classic full figure shot of Errol Flynn as Geoffrey Thorpe with cutlass in hand, standing on a ship's railing, NM condition. See still  $10

Still #No Number: Composite shot of the one sheet poster artwork on the lower half with still images of the faces of Errol Flynn and Brenda Marshall at the top, NM condition. See still  $10

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SHREK 2 POST CARD SET: Set of 5 Post Cards, NM with two cards at the separation having small back top layer color lifts where the staple was located, 2004, size approximately 4 x 6 inches, Honeymoon by Shrek & Fiona HP Story #792 contains 5 color shots of the lovable ogres on their honeymoon vacation. It was a six card strip promo produced by Hewlett-Packard and the card backs have HP ad tags on them. This version was bound into a technical magazine and was removed by separating two of the cards in the strip, so 4 cards are still accordion connected and the 5th card is separate. The green title HP ad card is missing. See 2 sample cards  All 5 for $4

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SINBAD AND THE EYE OF THE TIGER (1977): Columbia, Original B&W glossy publicity still #ST-25 of Ray Harryhausen's Troglodyte and Sabre-toothed tiger (Smilodon) armatures preparing to do battle, NM condition, 8 x 10 inches. Copyright and reproduction warnings appear below the image. The film starred Harryhausen's animation with Patrick Wayne, Jane Seymour, Taryn Power, Margaret Whiting, and Peter "Chewbacca" Mayhew as the Minaton. Directed by Sam Wanamaker. See still  $15

SINBAD AND THE EYE OF THE TIGER (1977): Columbia, Original Color publicity photo that reproduces the film's one-sheet image and title without any of the credit text, NM condition, 8 x 10 inches. Artwork is by Birney Lettick. Ray Harryhausen's animation contributions appear in the vertical borders. This was produced by Columbia and distributed at film conventions prior to the film's commercial release. The film starred Harryhausen's animation with Patrick Wayne, Jane Seymour, Taryn Power, Margaret Whiting, and Peter "Chewbacca" Mayhew as the Minaton. Directed by Sam Wanamaker. See photo  $15

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SPANKY AND PETE: Post Card #OGC4, Ex/M-, 1982, size 4.5 x 6 inches, B&W shot of George "Spanky" McFarland and Pete the Pup from one of the classic Our Gang/Little Rascals comedies, a "photographic postcard" made by Flashcards, Inc. See card  $1.75

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STAR TREK - Beam over to the STAR TREK page

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STAR WARS - Hyperjump to the STAR WARS page

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TARZAN THE APE MAN (1932): MGM, ALL are 1976 United Artists Reissue B&W glossy publicity stills, 8 x 10 inches. The film starred Johnny Weissmuller, Maureen O'Sullivan, Neil Hamilton, Doris Lloyd, and C. Aubrey Smith. Directed by W. S. Van Dyke.

Still #595-2: Shot of supporting cast members Neil Hamilton, Doris Lloyd and C. Aubrey Smith, graded FN+ due to pen tip size pressure marks on the lower part of Smith that you can only see at an angle. See still  $6

Still #595-142: Shot of a bloodied Tarzan (Johnny Weissmuller) being comforted by Jane (Maureen O'Sullivan) and Cheetah, VF condition due to some pressure marks visible at an angle. See still  $7.50

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SHIRLEY TEMPLE (Circa-early 1940s): 20th Century-Fox, Original Promotional Card, VF condition with an exceptionally fine crease near the top border (honestly does not detract from the appearance, but I have to mention it), Size 3.25 x 6 inches, Sepia tone with light coloration added, facsimile signature on front reads: love, Shirley Temple. Shirley is wearing riding gear and holding a crop behind her back. The back of the card contains a "Dear Friend" note from Shirley with another facsimile signature. Also the 20th Century-Fox Studios Fan Desk info to order larger portraits of Shirley. Sharp, rare item! See promo card front and back  $35

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TERMINATOR 2: JUDGMENT DAY (1991): Carolco, 8 x 10 inch color photo card #220-105, made by Classico San Francisco, VF+ condition, 1991, heavy stock, slick (glossy) front, sharp image of half Arnold and half Terminator frame. See photo card  $4

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THAT'S ENTERTAINMENT, PART 2 (1976): MGM, Original Film Press Kit (titled an MGM EDITOR'S PORTFOLIO). Overall grade of VF-NM. Kit Contains: A) Seventeen (17) Original Black & White 8 x 10 inch glossy stills from the film (average NM-). These are "Original" to That's Entertainment, Part 2 and not 1930s to 1950s vintage stills. Includes wonderful shots of Gene Kelly, Fred Astaire, Mickey Rooney, Judy Garland, Laurel & Hardy, Jimmy Durante, Leslie Caron, Eleanor Powell, Cyd Charisse, Ginger Rogers, Greta Garbo, Frank Sinatra, Howard Keel, Betty Hutton, Nanette Fabray, Jack Buchanan, Spencer Tracy, and Katharine Hepburn from various MGM musicals; B) 19 pages of Production Notes with complete Cast & Credits along with all the film sequences and musical numbers detailed; C) 5 pages of captions for the stills; D) 3 page Astaire and Kelly together press story; E) Three 3 page "Exclusive in Your City" press releases from Fred Astaire, Gene Kelly and Cyd Charisse; F) 2 page "Immediate Release" covering the west coast premiere; G) Twenty multi-page press releases covering a number of the film's stars and producers; and H) Sixteen single page press blurbs from a number of people including Ethel Waters, Walter Plunkett, Kathryn Grayson, Marge Champion, Joe Pasternak, Ann Miller, and others. The "That's Entertainment, Part 2" logo appears at the top of all the cover sheets for all the enclosed documents and the MGM contact information is on the footer. The paper documents are all VF or better and all clean of any markings. The whole package comes in a glossy white folder (some scuffs) with the logo and MGM EDITOR'S PORTFOLIO on the cover. Great collectible for any fan of MGM musicals. See 4 sample stills, production notes and folder cover  See 4 more sample stills  $155

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THE THIN MAN (1934): MGM, United Artists 1976 Reissue B&W glossy publicity still #746-40 of Nick Charles (William Powell) taking blind aim with his new toy as Nora Charles (Myrna Loy) looks on in an early scene in the film, VF+ condition, 8 x 10 inches. "The Thin Man" title text appears below the image. The film starred Powell, Loy, Maureen O'Sullivan, Nat Pendleton, and Minna Gombell. Directed by W. S. Van Dyke. See still  $8

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THE THREE STOOGES: Columbia, Restrike B&W glossy still #213 of The Three Stooges, Moe, Larry and Curly, 8 x 10 inches, NM condition, produced in late 1970s, bears a lone still number at the bottom right of the photo, reproduced without any text. See still  $7

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24 CAST PHOTO: 2006, Fox Television, NM condition, Original 8 x 10 inch, full color, glossy on Fujicolor crystal archive paper, cast shot includes (L-R): Eric Balfour, Marisol Nichols, Carlos Rota, James Morrison, Mary Lynn Rajskub, Kiefer Sutherland, Jayne Atkinson, Peter MacNichol, Regina King, and D.B. Woodside. Facsimile signatures of all cast members are inscribed in white over each actor. See still  $10

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JERRY VALE (Circa-1966): Arcade Vending Card from the "Recording Artists" series of Fifties and Sixties Pop Stars, NM condition, size approximately 3.5 x 5.5 inches, B&W, blank back, facsimile autograph on the card. Printed by ESCO (Exhibit Supply Company of Chicago, IL). See card  $6

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WARNER BROTHERS WB LOGO: Warner Brothers/UA, 1976 Reissue United Artists B&W glossy publicity still of the classic WB Shield Logo, NM- condition, 8 x 10 inches. Copyright text printed below the image. Relatively difficult glossy to find. See still  $8.50

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WHERE THE BUFFALO ROAM: 1980, Universal, Original Universal press kit B&W glossy still #2126-25 of Peter Boyle standing outside his jail cell, NM- condition, 8 x 10 inches. Reproduction warning text printed below the image. Back of still includes the pre-printed publicity text from Universal. The film also starred Bill Murray, Bruno Kirby and Rene Auberjonois. Directed by Art Linson. This movie is based on the life of Hunter S. Thompson. See still  $8.50

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ESTHER WILLIAMS: Original, Signed, Sepia tone, matte finish publicity still of Esther in a bathing suit (what else would she be wearing?), full figure shot of her leaning against a pole, VF condition: slight bowing, size 8 x 10 inches, signed between 1948 - 1958 (read history) from a large movie star autograph collection I acquired in the mid-1980s, signature is clean and strong in blue-green ink, it reads: "Best Wishes Esther Williams." Born in 1921, Esther would have been in her late 20s to early 30s at MGM when she signed this photo. There are no inconsistencies between this signature and verified period examples. The back of the photo shows evidence of photo corner mounts that have no effect on the picture. Esther Williams died on June 6, 2013. See photo  $300

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JANE WITHERS: Original, Signed, B&W matte finish 20th Century Fox publicity still of Jane as a child actress, full figure shot of Jane looking her mischievous and precocious best, VF condition: very slight bowing, size 5 x 6 1/2 inches with an uneven edge cut from a border trim, signed between 1948 - 1958 (read history) from a large movie star autograph collection I acquired in the mid-1980s, signature is clean and in strong green ink, it reads: "Lovingly Jane Withers" with underlines. Born in 1926, Jane would have probably been in her twenties when she signed this photo. There are no inconsistencies between this signature and verified period examples. The back of the photo shows evidence of photo corner mounts that have no effect on the picture. Many will remember Jane as Josephine The Plumber from Comet commercials in the sixties. See photo  $175

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THE WIZARD OF OZ (1939): MGM, 8 x 10 inch black & white photo cards made by Classico San Francisco, NM condition, 1989, heavy stock, glossy fronts. Directed by Victor Fleming. The following are available:

Photo Card #220-059: All four of the main characters running in the poppy field, Judy Garland, Ray Bolger, Bert Lahr, and Jack Haley. (2 available) See still  $5

Photo Card #220-061: The special effects matte shot of the Emerald City from the end of the yellow brick road with the poppy field in the foreground. See still  $5

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NATALIE WOOD: Original, Signed, small B&W glossy publicity still of Natalie as a child actress, medium head shot, VF condition: slight bowing, size 2 1/2 x 4 inches, signed between 1948 - 1958 (read history) from a large movie star autograph collection I acquired in the mid-1980s, signature is clean and in strong black ink. Born in 1938, Natalie would have probably been in her pre-teen to teen years when she signed this rare photo. The tail on the "W" is the only thing I find unusual, but there aren't many examples of her signature from this period in her life. Otherwise, it looks consistent with early established signatures. Even original unsigned photos from the child actress phase of her career are highly desirable. The back of the photo shows evidence of photo corner mounts that have no effect on the picture. Natalie Wood died in November 1981. See photo  $975

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YELLOWBEARD: Orion Pictures, ALL are Original 1983 B&W glossy publicity stills, 8 x 10 inches. The film stars Graham Chapman, John Cleese, Eric Idle, Peter Cook, Peter Boyle, Madeline Kahn, Cheech Marin, Tommy Chong, Marty Feldman, Michael Hordern, James Mason, Kenneth Mars, and Martin Hewitt. Directed by Mel Damski. The following are available:

Still #YB-77-10A: Full figure shot of John Cleese as Blind Pew, VF+ condition. Copyright and scene descriptive text is printed below the image. See still  $8

Still #YB-122-25A: Knees up shot of Madeline Kahn as Betty, Eric Idle as Commander Clement, and Nigel Planer as Lt. Mansell on the beach, NM- condition. Copyright and scene descriptive text is printed below the image. See still  $10

Still #YB-156-20: Full figure shot of Graham Chapman as Yellowbeard with his pirate booty, NM- condition. Copyright and scene descriptive text is printed below the image. See still  $10

Still #YB-253-30: Full figure shot of Peter Cook as Lord Lambourn and Michael Hordern as Dr. Gilpin both armed and ready for action, NM condition. Copyright and scene descriptive text is printed below the image. See still  $10

Still #YB-299-15: Full figure cast shot of Martin Hewitt, Peter Boyle, Stacy Nelkin, Graham Chapman, Peter Cook, Michael Hordern, and Cheech & Chong, NM- condition. Copyright and scene descriptive text is printed below the image. See still  $10

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