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Wild Guitar - Lobby Cards
Here are some Lobby Cards from Wild Guitar (1962). 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.
Pygmalion - Movie Poster
Pygmalion - Movie Poster
The Fallen Idol - Movie Poster
Here is the 1-sheet movie poster from the American release of the British film The Fallen Idol (1948), starring Ralph Richardson. One-sheets measured 27x41 inches, and were the poster style most commonly used in theaters.
Moonfleet - Behind-the-Scenes Photos
Here are a number of photos taken behind-the-scenes during production of MGM's Moonfleet (1955), starring Stewart Granger, Viveca Lindfors, and George Sanders, and directed by Fritz Lang.


Movie Clip

Hearts Of The West (1975) -- (Movie Clip) You've Got Your Man! Director Kessler (Alan Arkin) pitches a difficult idea to his stunt cowboys and Lewis (Jeff Bridges), not yet hip to the biz, volunteers, later consoled by Pike (Andy Griffith) et al, in Hearts Of The West, 1975.
Prince Of Tides, The (1991) -- (Movie Clip) I Enjoy Hating Her! From his narrated family history prologue of his South Carolina coastal childhood, from the original Pat Conroy novel, Nick Nolte as Tom Wingo with his daughters (Lindsay Wray, Maggie Collier, Brandlyn Whitaker) and wife Sallie (Blythe Danner), director and co-star Barbra Streisand shooting on location in Beaufort, in The Prince Of Tides, 1991.
Suspiria (1977) -- (Movie Clip) There's A Murderer! Pat (Eva Axén, who mysteriously fled the German dance school where American heroine Jessica Harper just arrived) didn’t want to explain to Sonia (Susanna Javicoli) what happened, and it turns out real bad for them both, early in Dario Argento’s notorious horror spectacle, Suspiria, 1977.
Sabotage (1936) -- (Movie Clip) You Made London Laugh On location at the London zoo aquarium, financially motivated amateur terrorist Verloc (Oscar Homolka), having staged a blackout the night before, meets mysterious paymaster Vladimir (Austin Trevor), with a famous effect by director Alfred Hitchcock, in Sabotage, 1936.
Sabotage (1936) -- (Movie Clip) If The Arsenal Lose We know grocer Ted (John Loder) is a policeman, Sylvia Sidney at the ticket box doesn't know the guys (William Dewhurst, Peter Bull, then Torin Thatcher) visiting her husband (Oscar Homolka) are terrorists, her young brother (Desmond Tester) also an innocent, in Hitchcock's Sabotage, 1936.
Eating Raoul (1982) -- (Movie Clip) Open, The Barrier Between Food And Sex Never to be mistaken for any other movie, co-writer, director and star Paul Bartel’s opening to Eating Raoul, 1982, though the title song is borrowed, a near-standard from 1930 by Jimmy McHugh and Dorothy Fields, performed by Jonathan Beres, with Bartel, Lynn Hobart, Richard Paul and the unfortunate Mark Woods in the first scene, the narration not credited.
Moonraker (1979) -- (Movie Clip) Such Good Sport At what’s supposed to be his French-styled estate transported to California, but is in fact Château de Vaux-le-Vicomte, Seine-et-Marne, France, space-entrepreneur villain Drax (Michael Lonsdale) keeps up the appearance of cooperation with Bond (Roger Moore) with a pheasant hunt, in Moonraker, 1979.
Life And Death Of Colonel Blimp, The (1943) -- (Movie Clip) Forty Years Ago Part of the opening narrative device, home guard squad led by "Spud" Wilson (James McKechnie) arresting the elder General Wynne-Candy (Roger Livesey) at a Turkish bath, from Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger's The Life And Death Of Colonel Blimp, 1943.
Way For A Sailor (1930) -- (Movie Clip) That's What I Call Seafood Merchant sailors on leave in Singapore, John Gilbert as Jack and Jim Tully as Ginger and planning a scam to stretch their funds when they encounter their abusive crew boss “Tripod” (Wallace Beery) from the ship, in the middle of being fleeced by a pleasure-boat pimp (Sôjin Kamayama), in MGM’s Way For A Sailor, 1930.
Lawnmower Man, The (1992) -- (Movie Clip) Virtual Space Industries Opening the world wide indy hit from director Brett Leonard and producer and co-writer Gimel Everett, barely based on the Stephen King story from which the title came, Pierce Brosnan as a virtual reality scientist and Mark Bringleson his boss, and an experiment with a chimp about to go wrong, in The Lawnmower Man, 1992.
Lawnmower Man, The (1992) -- (Movie Clip) You Have The Best Games Having quit his virtual reality chimp-research job because of its military applications, frustrated Dr. Angelo (Pierce Brosnan) is inspired to recruit his dimwit yard man Jobe (Jeff Fahey), which leads to him getting hooked up on gaming gear with the neighbor kid (Austin O’Brien), in the indy hit and tech sensation The Lawnmower Man, 1992.
Simon (1980) -- (Movie Clip) Epstein, Rats And Chickens Austin Pendleton as Becker leads the team at the comical “Institute For Advanced Concepts” in flattering professor Alan Arkin (title character) into believing he’s being brought on as a colleague, rather than a test subject, introducing Madeline Kahn as Dr. Mallory with a powerful pitch, in writer-director Marshall Brickman’s Simon, 1980.


Devil's Disciple, The (1959) -- (Original Trailer) Co-stars and producers Burt Lancaster and Kirk Douglas top-billed, but sharing credit with their hired colleague Laurence Olivier, playing the British General Burgoyne, in the England-made and UA distributed The Devil’s Disciple, 1959, from the George Bernard Shaw play.
Sweet Revenge (1976) -- (Movie Clip) Original Trailer Original trailer for director-producer Jerry Schatzberg’s little-seen comic-crime piece about a female car thief, Sweet Revenge, 1976, starring Stockard Channing, with Sam Waterston and Franklin Ajaye.
Mountain Men, The (1980) -- (Movie Clip) I Thought You Lost Your Hair Charlton Heston as trapper Tyler has been quite alone through the credits, until in the opening shots, with stunt men taking over briefly, he’s joined by Brian Keith as fellow old-timer Frapp, in 1830’s Wyoming, with plenty of spice in the screenplay by Heston’s son Fraser, in The Mountain Men, 1980.
Bank Shot (1974) -- Original Trailer Joanna Cassidy in a tub of money delivers the pitch straight to camera, in the trailer for Bank Shot, 1974, the heist comedy starring George C. Scott, from Landers-Roberts, the team behind the 1971 hit The Hot Rock.
Benji - (Original Trailer) A stray dog sets out to rescue two kidnapped children in Benji (1974), directed by Joe Camp and starring Christopher Connelly.
1941 - (Original Trailer) Panic sweeps Hollywood when a Japanese invasion is suspected in Steven Spielberg's gigantic farce 1941 (1979).
Hook - (Original Trailer) A grown up Peter Pan tries to prevent the return of the evil Captain Hook in Steven Spielberg's 1991 fantasy Hook starring Robin Williams, Dustin Hoffman and Julia Roberts.
Grease - (Original Trailer) A prim Australian exchange student (Olivia Newton-John) falls for a high school gang leader (John Travolta) in the hit musical, Grease (1978).
Reds -- (Original Trailer) Warren Beatty directed and co-starred, with Diane Keaton and Jack Nicholson in Reds, 1981, the story of John Reed, the American Communist who is buried in the Kremlin.
Jerry Maguire -- (Original Trailer) Tom Cruise stars in the romantic comedy Jerry Maguire (1996), which made a star of Renee Zellweger and nabbed Cuba Gooding, Jr. a Best Supporting Actor Oscar.
Driving Miss Daisy - (Original Trailer) Driving Miss Daisy (1989), the story of an elderly Southern white woman and her black chauffeur, won Academy Awards for Best Picture, Best Actress (Jessica Tandy) and Best Adapted Screenplay (Alfred Uhry).
Alphabet City - (Original Trailer) A New York City drug dealer decides to get out of the business, but has to flee from mobsters in Alphabet City (1984).