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This Gun for Hire (Paramount, 1942). One Sheet (27" X 41").
Frank Tuttle directs the action in this excellent film noir featuring the unforgettable pairing of Veronica Lake and Alan Ladd. Lake stars as a nightclub singer who is working undercover for the government to track down a corrupt industrialist (Tully Marshall) who's been working for America's enemies. She becomes entangled with double-crossed hitman Ladd, who must ultimately choose between his criminal instincts and his desire to help his new, and only, friend Lake. A seminal and intelligent film, it is based on a Graham Greene story and is as powerful today as when it was first released during WWII. A pinnacle piece for any top poster collection, this iconic sheet is in extremely nice condition. It shows only staple holes in the corners, minor tears at the left and top edges and a crossfold separation. The poster has been mounted on linen, but no other restoration has been done. The linen is trimmed to the edges of the poster. These minor issues do not distract from this dramatic images of these legendary stars. Very Fine- on Linen. Estimate: $15,000 - $25,000...It Sold For $20,315.00 Dollars...

Nightfall (Columbia, 1957). One Sheet (27" X 41"). Film Noir. Starring Aldo Ray, Brian Keith, Anne Bancroft, Jocelyn Brando, James Gregory, Frank Albertson and Rudy Bond. Directed by Jacques Tourneur. A number of pinholes and staple holes, some enlarged. Light edge wear with minor bumps and tears. A small upper cross fold separation and light fold wear. Extra vertical creases from folding both edges over. Scattered light soiling and smudging. Good noirimage. Fine+...This poster sold for $13.00 and it's in need Of restoration.

 

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Original Columbia 1957 NSS 57/7 Nightfall 11"x14" lobby card #6 starring, Aldo Ray, Brian Keith and Anne Bancroft. Lobby card is in very good condition. All items listed are authentic items NO REPRODUCTIONS.

Original Columbia 1957 NSS 57/7 Nightfall 11"x14" lobby card #2 starring, Aldo Ray, Brian Keith and Anne Bancroft. Lobby card is in very good condition. All items listed are authentic items used by theaters. NO REPRODUCTIONS.

 

Original Columbia 1957 NSS 57/7 Nightfall 11"x14" lobby card #3 starring, Aldo Ray, Brian Keith and Anne Bancroft. Lobby card is in good condition, printers ink splatters top left corner. All items listed are authentic items used by theaters. NO REPRODUCTIONS.

Original Columbia 1957 NSS 57/7 Nightfall 11"x14" lobby card #8 starring, Aldo Ray, Brian Keith and Anne Bancroft. Lobby card is in very good condition. All items are authentic items used by theaters. NO REPRODUCTIONS. [This card is considered a "Minor Card..." Or Scene Card Of The Second Tier Because No Major Player(s) is featured in the card.]

Original Columbia 1957 NSS 57/7 Nightfall 11"x14" lobby card #7 starring, Aldo Ray, Brian Keith and Anne Bancroft. Lobby card is in very good condition. All items listed are authentic items used by theaters. NO REPRODUCTIONS.
 
Original Columbia 1957 NSS 57/7 Nightfall 11"x14" lobby card #5 starring, Aldo Ray, Brian Keith and Anne Bancroft. Lobby card is in very good condition. All items listed are authentic items used by theaters. NO REPRODUCTIONS.
Original Columbia 1957 NSS 57/7 Nightfall 11"x14" lobby card #4 starring, Aldo Ray, Brian Keith and Anne Bancroft. Lobby card is in very good condition. All items listed are authentic items used by theaters. NO REPRODUCTIONS

In the days before multiplexes, movie theaters generally only had one screen and one movie. To boost ticket sales, studios printed paper advertisements of their films to entice potential audience members.

One of the more collectible forms of these ads was the lobby card, a small piece of card stock that theaters posted in their lobbies to promote a featured film. In a sense, the lobby card was the small relative of the movie poster.

The first lobby cards, introduced around 1910, measured eight by 10 inches and were printed in black and white. Eventually, with advances in heliotype and photogelatin techniques, these cards had three colors (blue, yellow, and pink). Other cards were hand-colored using a stencil.

The eight- by 10-inch cards quickly gave way to 11- by 14-inch cards, which became known as the “standard” size. In the 1920s, a “jumbo” size was introduced which measured 14 by 17 inches. Finally, the “mini” size was introduced in the 1930s as a rebirth of the eight by 10 size (another version was printed on eight- by 14-inch stock).

Jumbo cards were printed on their own, not as part of a series, but mini and standard lobby cards generally came in sets of eight, though sets of nine, 12, and even 16 or more were not uncommon.

This Batch Jewel in The Crown...The Original [late film noir] 1957 Nightfall 11"x14" Title lobby card starring, Aldo Ray, Brian Keith and Anne Bancroft. Lobby card is in very good condition. All items listed are authentic items used by theaters. NO REPRODUCTIONS.

The first card in these sets was almost always the title card, which included an attention-grabbing image alongside the film’s title, slogan, and main acting credits. As a notable exception, Paramount never printed title cards.

Following the title card were several “scene” cards, which featured still shots from the film. The first two or three scene cards generally promoted the major stars; the two or three after that usually showed minor actors.

The last card or two in the set are known today as “dead cards,” a phrase coined by movie-art collectors because these cards are generally the least desirable in the set. These cards depict extras or scenery from the film.

All of these cards were numbered in the order they were supposed to appear in the series. Before the 1960s, a card’s identifying number could be found in the corner of the artwork. In the ’60s, the number was moved to the bottom border of the card.

Collectors generally prize lobby cards based on the order they appeared in a set—title cards are considered the most valuable, followed by those with major actors, those with minor actors, and finally the dead cards. Collectors generally only bother with dead cards when they are trying to complete a full set.

Autographed lobby cards are particularly desirable, as are cards from old classics like “The Wizard of Oz” (1939) and “The Day the Earth Stood Still” (1951). Lobby cards from Disney films are also very collectible.

In the mid-1980s, lobby cards stopped being produced in America due to the rise of multi-screen movie theaters. If a theater was showing a dozen or more films at the same time, small lobby cards no longer made sense as a viable marketing strategy. Lobby cards are still produced for foreign film markets, however, so some collectors obtain lobby cards for new films from abroad.

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[editor's note: Unfortunately, the owner removed the full film...Due to copyrighted infringment...I guess?! I'm not sure, but here goes a clip from the 1957 late film entry in the noir canon..."Nightfall..." Starring A.Ray, A. Bancroft and B.Keith...Tks, ]

This scene from NIGHTFALL (1957) was shot outside (and perhaps inside, too--not sure if the interiors were filmed on location or on a soundstage mock-up) Hollywood's oldest pizzeria, Miceli's. http://dld.bz/b2vKp


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Nightfall is a 1957 film noir directed by Jacques Tourneur. It features Aldo Ray, Brian Keith, and Anne Bancroft. The low-budget film is remembered today for camera work by cinematographer Burnett Guffey. It uses flashbacks as a device to tell the story, which was based on a 1947 novel by David Goodis.[1]

Commercial artist James Vanning (Aldo Ray) and his friend, Dr. Edward Gurston (Frank Albertson), are on a hunting and fishing trip in Wyoming. They stop to help two men whose car has crashed. John (Brian Keith) and Red (Rudy Bond) are bank robbers, fleeing with $350,000 in loot, who don't plan on leaving any witnesses.

They murder Gurston using Vanning's hunting rifle, but through luck Vanning survives. He's knocked out cold but is still alive. He awakens to discover the stolen money, left behind by mistake, and runs with it from the returning hoods. He gets away but loses the bag in the blizzard.

Much later, at a café in Los Angeles, Vanning makes the acquaintance of Marie Gardner (Anne Bancroft), a model. He is ambushed by John and Red, but once again gets away. Marie falls for Vanning and travels by bus with him to Wyoming, tailed by an insurance investigator named Fraser (James Gregory) who has been following the case all along.

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Eddie Muller Interview Warner Archive Podcast

Warner Archive Podcast | August 2nd, 2013 | Eddie Muller Interview

Film Noir Foundation (filmnoirfoundation.org) founder and president Eddie Muller visits the Warner Archive Podcast for a sit down with George Feltenstein. The two chat about film noir, 35mm and the production history behind Joseph H. Lewis’s 1950 film Gun Crazy.

 

 

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Starting next month I plan to showcase only [THE MAIN TITLE CARD (s)....KNOWN AS "THE JEWEL IN THE CROWN"] and I plan to add some "SCENE" cards underneath the Title Cards occasionally. Tks,]

Gun Crazy (United Artists, 1949). Three Sheet (41" X 81").
Many collectors call it "the definitive Bad Girl poster." Peggy Cummins, in a better-than-it-should-have-been career best performance, delivered a character wound tighter than her stretched sweater. On this super three sheet she's almost life-size with film noirish smoke curling from both her guns in each hand and her snarl lipped dangling cig. A fantastic find for an "ask for" title, with expert linen-backing and very minimal restoration needed for only some minor fold wear with small crossfold separation at the center. Very Fine- on Linen.

Sold for: $5,975.00

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Gun Crazy (United Artists, 1950). One Sheet (27" X 41"). Film Noir.
Starring Peggy Cummins, John Dall, Berry Kroeger, Morris Carnovsky, Anabel Shaw, Harry Lewis, Nedrick Young, Russ Tamblyn. Directed by Joseph H. Lewis. An unrestored poster with bright color and a clean overall appearance. It may have general signs of use, such as slight fold separations and fold wear, and a small printing imperfection in the lower left. Please see full-color, enlargeable image below for more details. Folded, Very Fine+.Sold for: $8,962.50

 

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Deadly is the Female (United Artists, 1949). Insert (14" X 36"). Before the film was actually released as "Gun Crazy," posters for the film with the original title made it out into the public. This is one of the best film noirs of the genre with Peggy Cummins as an out-of-control woman with a couple of gats - just itchin' to rob banks! John Dall is the poor sap who gets seduced into being her accomplice. Admit it, you'd do it too. This poster is rolled with a tiny chip out of the right border and a couple of minor wrinkles in the upper border. Near Mint.Sold for: $657.25

 

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Gun Crazy (United Artists, 1949). Pressbook (14 Pages, 11" X 17"). This action-packed film noir thriller stars Peggy Cummins as a gun-toting mama with a knack for trouble. Consumed by greed, she begins a bloody crime spree that drags her well-intentioned husband (John Dall) down with her. This pressbook has corner creases and spine separations. There are water stains on the covers and at the corners of the interior pages. There are also small edge tears and smudges on the covers along with light wrinkling. When was the last time you saw one of these press books and had the opportunity to see what the 24 sheet or six sheet looked like? Very nice presentation with many press articles about the film and its making. Very Fine-.

Sold for: $310.70

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Gun Crazy (United Artists, 1949). Half Sheet (22" X 28").
Gun enthusiast Bart Tare (John Dall) meets circus sharpshooter Annie Laurie Starr (Peggy Cummins), and gets in way over his head. The ambitious girl convinces Bart to join her in a daring series of robberies, a decision that leads to tragedy for all involved. A "bad girl" movie should have incredible poster art, and this "smoking gun" half sheet meets the mark. The poster has been restored to address a stain in the upper left, a tear in the right border that extends into the background, and there has been touch-up to paper loss in the borders and fold wear. The piece now displays very well, and is quite popular with collectors. Fine on Paper.Sold for: $1,195.00 

 

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Deadly Is The Female (United Artists, 1949). Half Sheet (22" X 28"). Smoking guns and a thrill crazed dame lead John Dall down a dangerous road in this film that was renamed "Gun Crazy." Peggy Cummins portrays the ultimate femme fatale in this bullet-riddled film noir classic. This scarce example of the first release title is drop dead gorgeous as it has been put on paper to repair a few very clean tears that were in the borders (and barely extend into the yellow background on the left).

The poster was unfolded and really clean prior to its being backed. Very Fine+ on Paper.Sold for: $717.00

 

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Gun Crazy (Monogram, 1950). Mexican Lobby Card (12.5" X 16"). Film Noir.
Starring Peggy Cummins, John Dall, Berry Kroeger, Morris Carnovsky, Anabel Shaw, Harry Lewis, Nedrick Young, and Russ Tamblyn. Directed by Joseph H. Lewis. An unrestored poster with good color and an overall very presentable appearance. It may have tears, slight paper loss, minor stains, and/or some edge wear. Please see full-color, enlargeable image below for more details. Fine+.Sold for: $16.00

Gun Crazy (United Artists, 1949). Lobby Card (11" X 14"). Film Noir. Originally titled Deadly is the Female.
Starring Peggy Cummins, John Dall, Berry Kroeger, Morris Carnovsky, Anabel Shaw, Harry Lewis, Nedrick Young, Russ Tamblyn. Directed by Joseph H. Lewis. A rare card with the original title which was already printed before the title was changed to Gun Crazy just before release of the film. The lobby card set released under the Gun Crazy title does not contain this card. An unrestored poster with bright color and a clean overall appearance. It may have general signs of use, such as slight edge wear, small pinholes in the corner and center field, or very minor surface crinkles. Please see full-color, enlargeable image below for more details. Very Fine.Sold for: $103.97

 

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Gun Crazy (United Artists, 1949). Lobby Card (11" X 14"). Film Noir. Starring Peggy Cummins, John Dall, Berry Kroeger, Morris Carnovsky, Anabel Shaw, Harry Lewis, Nedrick Young, and Russ Tamblyn. Directed by Joseph H. Lewis. An unrestored lobby card that appears virtually unused. Closer inspection may reveal one or two minor flaws, such as small pinholes, or light edge or fold wear. Grades on all restored items are pre-restoration grades; Please see full-color, enlargeable image below for more details. Very Fine/Near Mint.Sold for: $203.15

 

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Gun Crazy (United Artists, 1949). Lobby Card Set of 8 (11" X 14"). Thrills, guns, and love are the themes of this fascinating and dark crime drama. Gun crazy Bart Tare (John Dall) is in over his head when he meets the beautiful carnival sharpshooter, Annie Laurie Starr (Peggy Cummins). After they are married, Annie leads him on a wild bank robbery spree that doesn't end happily for the young couple. The title card has a tear in the bottom border, creases, a corner bend, a minor tear in the right border, an abrasion in the image area, and pinholes in the corners. Five cards have small tears in the image area. One card has a missing corner in the lower right. A rare set from one of the most important crime stories of the times. Fine.Sold for: $1,434.00 

 

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Gun Crazy Lot (United Artists, 1949). Stills (2) (7" X 9.5" and 8" X 10"). Film Noir. Starring Peggy Cummins, John Dall, Berry Kroeger, Morris Carnovsky, Anabel Shaw, Harry Lewis, Nedrick Young, Russ Tamblyn. Directed by Joseph H. Lewis. Also included is a still for Kiss of Death (1947). Vintage, black and white, single weight, glossy, unrestored stills that have an overall presentable appearance. May show some signs of age, including brittleness, staining, slight fading, pinholes, edge or fold wear, fold separations, or some paper loss. Gun Crazy has been trimmed on all four sides. Grades on all restored items are pre-restoration grades; Please see full-color, enlargeable image below for more details. Very Good/Fine.Sold for: $14.00

 

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[Happy Birthday! To Actor Victor John~Joseph Mature...]

 

 

Night Has a Thousand Eyes (Paramount, 1948). One Sheet (27" X 41"). Film Noir.
Starring Edward G. Robinson, Gail Russell, John Lund, Virginia Bruce, William Demarest, Richard Webb, Jerome Cowan, Onslow Stevens. Directed by John Farrow. An unrestored poster with good color and an overall very presentable appearance. It may have edge wear with small tears, slight paper loss, minor stains, pinholes, and/or some fold separation. Folded, Fine+.

Night Has a Thousand Eyes (Paramount, 1948). One Sheet (27" X 41").
Adapted from the novel by Cornell Woolrich, this sleek film noirstars Gail Russell and John Lund as a young couple who get involved with a mentalist (Edward G. Robinson) who foresees doom. This excellent one sheet has a creepy eye motif and an impressive image of Robinson. Pinholes in the field and some fold wear were the only condition issues, which have been addressed with professional restoration. Very Fine- on Linen...$322.65

 

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Night Has a Thousand Eyes (Paramount, 1948). Half Sheet (22" X 28") Style B. Edward G. Robinson plays a mind reader haunted by visions of Gail Russell's impending death in this film noirsuspense story. Russell gives a haunting performance, and many consider this to be her best work. Robinson, as usual, excels in his role - playing John Triton - "The Mental Wizard." This unfolded poster has a scratch in John Lund's face, a small scuff on Robinson's mouth, a 1" tear on the top and right borders, edge wear with wrinkling, and light smudging on the top and bottom borders. Rolled, Very Fine. This half-sheet Sold for: $179.25

 

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Night Has a Thousand Eyes (Paramount, 1948). Lobby Card Set of 8 (11" X 14"). Edward G. Robinson plays a mind reader, known as "The Mental Wizard", haunted by visions of Gail Russell's impending death in this film noirsuspense story. Russell gives a haunting performance, and many consider this to be her best work. The set has minor corner rounding and slight handling wear and soiling. Very Fine.This Set Of lobby cards Sold for: $298.75 

 

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Hoodlum Empire (Republic, 1952). Three Sheet (41" X 80.5"). Film Noir.
Starring Brian Donlevy, Claire Trevor, Forrest Tucker, and Vera Ralston. Directed by Joseph Kane. An unrestored poster with good color and an overall very presentable appearance. It may have tears, creases, slight paper loss, pinholes, light stains through out, and/or some fold separation. Paint spots in the image area and tape on the verso. The poster is in two sections, as originally printed. Please see full-color, enlargeable image below for more details. Folded, Fine...THIS POSTER SOLD FOR $20.00

 

 

The woman that was here is Sylvia Russell, who is a bit power mad and has some set goals.
In order to achieve those goals she is sadistically devoted to her son and daughter, able to possess and direct them; subtly ruins her daughter's marriage by corrupting a servant girl and, then, uses her to compromise her son-in-law; slowly breaks her bumbling, unambitious husband's confidence, finds in her husband's executive friend the man she desires, and then poisons her husband in her own manner in their quiet English manor.
This Review Was Written by Les Adams...2 cards are still missing from the set Of 8 lobby cards
THIS IS LOBBY CARD NO# 2...AND...THIS IS LOBBY CARD NO# 3...



This Was A Woman Original 1948 Lobby Card #2 Sadistic Crime Drama
Original Fox 1948 NSS 48/1145 This Was A Woman 11"x14" lobby card #2 starring, Sonia Dresdel, Walter Fitzgerald and Emrys Jones. Lobby card is in mint condition. All items listed are authentic items used by theaters. NO REPRODUCTIONS.

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Original Monogram 1947 Monogram 11"x14" Title lobby card starring, Clifford Penn, Robert Armstrong and Teala Loring. Lobby card is in very good condition. All items listed are authentic items used by theaters. NO REPRODUCTIONS

Original Monogram 1947 Monogram 11"x14" lobby card #2 starring, Clifford Penn, Robert Armstrong and Teala Loring. Lobby card is in very good condition. All items listed are authentic items used by theaters. NO REPRODUCTIONS.



Original Monogram 1947 Monogram Fall Guy 11"x14" lobby card #3 starring, Clifford Penn, Robert Armstrong and Teala Loring. Lobby card is in very good condition. All items listed are authentic items used by theaters. NO REPRODUCTIONS.

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[What is the names Of actor Clifford Penn's famous sons?]

Original Republic 1947 The Trespasser 11"x14" Title lobby card starring, Dale Evans, Warren Douglas and Janet Martin. Lobby card is in near mint condition. All items listed  are authentic items used by theaters. NO REPRODUCTIONS.

Original Republic 1947 The Trespasser 11"x14" lobby card #8 starring, Dale Evans, Warren Douglas and Janet Martin. Lobby card is in mint condition. All items listed by Movie Poster Service are authentic items used by theaters. NO REPRODUCTIONS.

Original RKO 1950 NSS 50/336 Secret Fury 11"x14" Title lobby card starring, Claudette Colbert, Robert Ryan and Jane Cowl. Lobby card is in very good condition. All items listed  are authentic items used by theaters. NO REPRODUCTIONS.

Original Universal 1950 NSS 50/4 Woman In Hiding 11"x14" Title lobby card starring, Ida Lupino, Stephen McNally and Howard Duff. Lobby card is in very good condition. All items listed are authentic items used by theaters. NO REPRODUCTIONS.

Original Universal 1950 NSS 50/4 Woman In Hiding 11"x14" lobby card #8 starring, Ida Lupino, Stephen McNally and Howard Duff. Lobby card is in near mint condition. All items listed are authentic items used by theaters. NO REPRODUCTIONS.

Original MGM 1955 NSS 55/378 Trial 11"x14" Title lobby card starring, Glenn Ford, Dorothy McGuire and Arthur Kennedy. Lobby card is in very good condition. All items listed are authentic items used by theaters. NO REPRODUCTIONS.

Original United Artists 1955 NSS 55/439 Big Knife 11"x14" Title lobby card starring, Jack Palance, Ida Lupino and Wendell Corey. Lobby card is in mint condition. All items listed  are authentic items used by theaters. NO REPRODUCTIONS.
Original United Artists 1955 NSS 55/439 Big Knife 11"x14" lobby card #8 starring, Jack Palance, Ida Lupino and Wendell Corey. Lobby card is in mint condition. All items listed are authentic items used by theaters. NO REPRODUCTIONS.

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