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The Born Losers - Movie Poster
Village of the Giants - Lobby Card Set
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The Born Losers - Movie Poster
Here is the American one-sheet movie poster for the low-budget biker film The Born Losers (1967). One-sheets measured 27x41 inches, and were the poster style most commonly used in theaters.
Village of the Giants - Lobby Card Set
Here is a set of Lobby Cards from Village of the Giants (1965). Lobby Cards were 11" x 14" posters that came in sets of 8. As the name implies, they were most often displayed in movie theater lobbies, to advertise current or coming attractions.
Tommy - Movie Poster
Here is the American one-sheet movie poster for Tommy (1975), directed by Ken Russell and based on the rock opera by The Who. One-sheets measured 27x41 inches, and were the poster style most commonly used in theaters.


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Scapegoat, The (1959) - Traitorous Animals, Cats Melancholy vacationing English teacher Barratt (Alec Guinness) at first doesn't realized he's being shadowed, his first night in a French country town, early in The Scapegoat, 1959, from a Gore Vidal script, co-starring Bette Davis.
Lafayette Escadrille (1958) - Got Ya' Scared, Princeton? American hijinks on the French airfield, David Janssen leads the jokers and the last bit baseball, with "Billy Jack" (Tom Laughlin) pitching to "Dirty Harry" (Clint Eastwood), in producer-director William A. Wellman's tribute to the World War One flying corps, Lafayette Escadrille, 1958.
Billy Jack (1971) - Do They Love Each Other? Observed by students (featuring singer-songwriter Katy Moffat at age 20) at her free-form progressive rural Arizona school, Jean Roberts (Delores Taylor) with Tom Loughlin (her writing and producing partner, husband, title character and director) discuss a field trip into town in Billy Jack, 1971.
Billy Jack Goes To Washington (1976) - And Congress Adjourns Lucie Arnaz in the Jean Arthur role (as “Saunders,” in Mr. Smith Goes To Washington) means to demonstrate to the appointed neophyte senator Tom Laughlin (writer, director and title character), his wife (Delores Taylor) and friends they’ve no chance to pass a bill, in Billy Jack Goes To Washington, 1976.
Billy Jack (1971) - He Thinks She Ran Away Runaway Barbara (Julie Webb), just returned home to Arizona but beaten by her deputy sheriff father and found by Tom Laughlin (the title character, writer and director), is examined by the doctor (Victor Izay) and compassionate sheriff (Clark Howat), leading to the introduction of educator Jean (Delores Taylor), in Billy Jack, 1971.
Billy Jack (1971) - Now Everybody's White Shooting at courthouse plaza in Prescott, Arizona, Bernard (David Roya), the confirmed wimpy-bully son of a powerful local rancher, is abusing the part-Indian kids (Debbie Schock, Stan Rice et al) from the nearby progressive school when their advocate (Tom Laughlin, the writer, director and title character) intervenes, in Billy Jack, 1971.
Billy Jack (1971) - I Am The Law Just as Kenneth Tobey (as deputy sheriff Mike) is about to execute the instructions of crooked rancher Posner (Bert Freed) to slaughter captured wild horses, title character Tom Laughlin, who also wrote and directed under assumed names, appears, his intervention finished with continuing narration by Delores Taylor (also Mrs. Laughlin) as Jean, early in Billy Jack, 1971.
Carnival Of Souls (1962) - I'm Never Coming Back The day after she strangely survived a crash in which two of her friends drowned, Mary (Candace Hilligoss) returns to the Kansas bridge where it happened, then some exposition with the manager (Tom McGinnis) of the organ factory where she evidently studied, in Carnival Of Souls, 1962.
Carry On Screaming (1966) - Flesh And Blood Man Opening scene with Jim Dale the comic hero Albert and Angela Douglas his girl Doris, Tom Clegg the more monstrous character, in the 12th in the series and one of the biggest British box office hits of the year, Carry On Screaming!, 1966.
Scene Of The Crime (1949) - Only Fools Bet Horses Three L-A cops (Van Johnson as Mike Conovan, with John McIntire and Tom Drake) investigating a colleague’s murder have followed the car that just picked up a suspect they were watching, to learn that he’s been grabbed by syndicate crook “Umpire” (Tom Powers), looking to set up a larger operation, in Scene Of The Crime, 1949.
Scene Of The Crime (1949) - Never Pick Up A Pigeon Alone Driving around L-A beginning their investigation of a the murder of a fellow plainclothes cop, Van Johnson as Conovan, John McIntire as his mentor-partner Piper, and Tom Drake as young “C.C.,” talk shop and notice lurking “Sleeper” (Norman Lloyd), early in Scene Of The Crime, 1949, from MGM and director Roy Rowland.
Latin Lovers (1952) - Carlotta You Gotta Be Mine Business owner Nora (Lana Turner) with her unduly business-like boyfriend (John Lund) gets a proposal then some contrast from a Brazilian night club act, Tom Hernandez her dance partner, song by Nicholas Brodszky and Leo Robin, early in MGM’s Latin Lovers, 1952.