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SCOOBY DOO ANIMATION PRODUCTION CEL

ANIMATION PRODUCTION CEL FROM SCOOBY DOO, 1 OVERLAY, UNTRIMMED, PEG HOLES VISIBLE. CEL MEASURES APPROXIMATELY 12 1/2" X 10 1/2" AND FEATURES THE CHARACTER "SHAGGY."

Scooby-Doo is an American animated cartoon franchise, comprising several animated television series produced from 1969 to the present day. The original series, Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!, was created for Hanna-Barbera Productions by writers Joe Ruby and Ken Spears in 1969. This Saturday morning cartoon series featured four teenagers—Fred Jones, Daphne Blake, Velma Dinkley, and Norville "Shaggy" Rogers— and their talking Great Dane dog named Scooby-Doo, who solve mysteries involving supposedly supernatural creatures through a series of antics and missteps.[1]

Scooby-Doo was originally broadcast on CBS from 1969 to 1976, when it moved to ABC. ABC aired the show until canceling it in 1986, and presented a spin-off featuring the characters as children, A Pup Named Scooby-Doo, from 1988 until 1991. The original series format was revived and updated for The WB Network's Kids' WB programming block as What's New, Scooby-Doo, which ran from 2002 to 2006. Another Scooby series, Shaggy & Scooby-Doo Get a Clue!, aired on the The CW network until 2008. The current Scooby-Doo series, Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated, premiered on Cartoon Network in April 2010.[2] Repeats of the series are broadcasted frequently on Cartoon Network and Boomerang in the United States and other countries.

MORE: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scooby-Doo

ADDITIONAL INFO: This animation cel was purchased by Swapsale's president, Bruce David, in the 1980s when it was sold at a fundraiser for the restoration of Charlie Chaplin's original studio.  The cel was donated by the production company that created it.

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MEASURES APPROXIMATELY 11" X 8 3/4"

Contains over 400 full color pages of vintage covers and interiors

The definitive annotated and illustrated history of girlie periodicals (1958-1967) Volume III begins with an explosion of new American men's magazines following the redefinition of US obscenity laws in the late fifties. We examine the enormous impact of Playboy, not only on American titles, but on magazines worldwide. This is the decade when France finally declines as a great force in magazine production; England starts to show her pervy side; Argentina embraces burlesque; and Germany once again blends political activism with nudity. By 1965 even Australia has a booming men's magazine industry. The volume ends with a look at those great back-of-the-magazine ads for party pills and the first inflatable ?dates?. The History of Men's Magazines, Volume III contains over 400 full color pages of vintage covers and interiors and a well-researched text profiling quirky publishers and artists, individual magazines, and the place of it all in the Swinging Sixties culture.

MORE INFO: http://www.taschen.com/pages/en/catalogue/sex/all/03836/facts.history_of_mens_magazines_vol_3.htm

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JANA OF THE JUNGLE ANIMATION PRODUCTION CEL

1978-79

ANIMATION PRODUCTION CEL FROM JANA OF THE JUNGLE, 1 OVERLAY PLUS ORIGINAL BACKGROUND ART, UNTRIMMED, PEG HOLES VISIBLE.  PLEASE NOTE: WHILE IS IS A BEAUTIFUL ANIMATION CEL, WORTHY OF DISPLAY, SOME PAINT ON THE OVERLAY (NOTE THE ARM) HAS FLECKED OFF BECAUSE IT STUCK TO THE BACKGROUND ART.  IF YOU LINE UP THE OVERLAY PROPERLY, THIS DEFECT DISAPPEARS.

Jana of the Jungle is a cartoon produced by Hanna-Barbera. It first aired alongside Godzilla as The Godzilla Power Hour.

MORE: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jana_of_the_Jungle

ADDITIONAL INFO: This animation cel was purchased by Swapsale's president, Bruce David, in the 1980s when it was sold at a fundraiser for the restoration of Charlie Chaplin's original studio.  The cel was donated by the production company that created it.

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FLINTSTONES ANIMATION CEL, UNTRIMMED, PEG HOLES VISIBLE. ONE OVERLAY. BACKGROUND NOT ORIGINAL TO CEL.

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ANIMATION CEL

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POPEYE PRODUCTION CEL, TWO OVERLAYS (THE SECOND FOR THE MOUTH AND HIS RIGHT ARM), UNTRIMMED, WITH PEG HOLES VISIBLE. THIS CEL IS FROM THE ALL NEW POPEYE SHOW, WHICH PREMIERED ON SEPTEMBER 9, 1978 ON CBS.  THE SHOW WAS CUT TO A HALF HOUR AND RE-TITLED THE POPEYE AND OLIVE SHOW FROM 1981-1983.

ITEM IS MATT FRAMED. ABOVE IMAGE DOES NOT SHOW THE ENTIRE FRAME.

ADDITIONAL INFO: This animation cel was purchased by Swapsale's president, Bruce David, in the 1980s when it was sold at a fundraiser for the restoration of Charlie Chaplin's original studio.  The cel was donated by the production company that created it.

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Little Annie Fanny, Vol. 1 TPB

Dark Horse Comics and Playboy Enterprises are proud to present for the first time ever the more than 400 pages of the late, great Harvey Kurtzman's Little Annie Fanny, collected in two deluxe volumes. Kurtzman, creator of Mad magazine and godfather of underground comix, teamed with longtime E.C. Comics collaborator Will Elder (and sometimes Frank Frazetta, Russ Heath, and Jack Davis!) to create a Playboy icon second only to the bunny and a risqué comics icon second to none! Each volume showcases over 200 pages of stunningly rendered stories from the sexy strip's 25-year run. Trend setting in its use of color, irreverent in its satirical look at the changing face of America, and a masterpiece of technique, this definitive collection of one of world's most controversial comic strips is long overdue. This first volume takes us through the swinging Sixties with the Beatles, Civil Rights, and the beginning of the Sexual Revolution. Also included, a detailed behind-the-scenes look at the strip's creative process, featuring never-before-seen art and preliminary drawings!
Creators:
Harvey Kurtzman & Will Elder
Letterer:
Bob Price
Editor:
Hugh Hefner & Scott Allie
Designer:
Mark Cox & Jeremy Perkins
Cover Artist:
Will Elder

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ANIMATION PRODUCTION CEL

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ANIMATION CEL FROM THE OPENING CREDITS OF THE SONNY AND CHER COMEDY HOUR, 2 OVERLAYS, UNTRIMMED, PEG HOLES VISIBLE.  BACKGROUND NOT PART OF THE ORIGINAL CEL.

The Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour premiered in August 1971 and ran through May 1974. It was a major hit for CBS and only ended because of the couple's divorce.

ADDITIONAL INFO: This animation cel was purchased by Swapsale's president, Bruce David, in the 1980s when it was sold at a fundraiser for the restoration of Charlie Chaplin's original studio.  The cel was donated by the production company that created it.

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2 DVD SET

PIX AND GLASSES INCLUDED IN VALUE PACK!

NEW! SHRINK WRAPPED!

SPACE PATROL VALUE PACK VOL. 3

Contains 2 brand new, factory direct DVDs featuring the 1950s TV show Space Patrol starring Ed Kemmer as Commander Buzz Corry. The DVDs are volume 5 and 6 of SPACE PATROL -- The Lost Episodes.   BONUS: The inside and outside cover art for the case features 4 full color Space Patrol 3-D pix of Terra City.   Glasses included.  

Disk 1  One 15 MINUTE KIT CORRY EPISODE (Kit was the show's original star), plus three half hour shows: THE SECRET OF ETERNAL YOUTH, TITAN FRAUD and PLANETOID 36. The Kit Corry episode features a unique moment in Space Patrol history as Kit hands over the reigns of power (and the show) to Buzz via Space-O-Phone. With original commercials.   

Disk 2 includes four complete half hour episodes: MYSTERY OF PLANET X, TRAP ON PLANET X (both shows featuring Bela Kovacs as the evil Prince Baccarratti), SPACE VAULT ROBBERY and SPACE PIRATE'S ESCAPE. (Some cool effects in Space Pirates Escape, given the show's budget and the fact that it was done live.)  With original commercials. 

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ONE OVERLAY.  BACKGROUND IS NOT ORIGINAL TO THIS 1962 ALBERTO BALSAM HAIRSPRAY COMMERCIAL ANIMATION CEL.  FRAMED WITH BRISTOL BOARD.  UNCUT. PEG HOLES VISIBLE (NOT SHOWN IN PHOTO).

ADDITIONAL INFO: This animation cel was purchased by Swapsale's president, Bruce David, in the 1980s when it was sold at a fundraiser for the restoration of Charlie Chaplin's original studio.  The cel was donated by the production company that created it.

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LUNCH BOX

ALADDIN SUPER HEROES LUNCH BOX: Copyright 1976, METAL.  LIKE NEW!  NEVER USED.  COMES WITH THERMOS THAT IS STILL WRAPPED IN ORIGINAL PAPER! 

NOTE DISCOLORATION ON MIDDLE HULK FIGURE'S PANTS AREA. IT APPEARS TO BE CAUSED BY RESIDUE FROM A PRICE STICKER.  IT CAN PROBABLY BE REMOVED BY SOMEONE WHO KNOWS WHAT THEY ARE DOING.

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DVD 2 DISK PACK

COMES WITH SEVEN 3-D PIX AS PART OF BOX ART!

PIX AND GLASSES INCLUDED IN VALUE PACK!

NEW! SEALED!

Disk 1: MISSION TO MERCURY (Jun. 21, 1952, # 78)  PRISON OF DEADLY GAS (December 1, 1951, #49) ABANDONED IN OUTER SPACE (Mar. 22, 1952, # 65) 

Disk 2 HIT BY A METEORITE (Feb. 9, 1952, # 59), BACCARRATTI'S Z RAY  (Apr. 10, 1954, # 172) MAROONED IN THE PAST  (Apr. 17, 1954, # 173), EVIL SPIRITS OF THE GREAT THUNDERBIRD (Apr. 24, 1954, # 174) 

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TEMPLETON THE RAT FROM THE 1973 PARAMOUNT MOVIE CHARLOTTE'S WEB, ONE OVERLAY.   THIS CEL HAS BEEN MATTED BUT IT IS UNTRIMMED: PEG HOLES VISIBLE. BACKGROUND NOT ORIGINAL TO THE CEL.

ADDITIONAL INFO: This animation cel was purchased by Swapsale's president, Bruce David, in the 1980s when it was sold at a fundraiser for the restoration of Charlie Chaplin's original studio.  The cel was donated by the production company that created it.

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ANIMATION PRODUCTION CEL: POCKET DRAGON ADVENTURES

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THIS IS A ONE OF A KIND POCKET DRAGON ADVENTURES HOLE PUNCHED ANIMATION PRODUCTION CEL MEASURING APPROXIMATELY 12 1/2" x 10 3/4."  ONE OVERLAY PLUS THREE HOLE PINCHED ORIGINAL PENCIL ART. PLEASE EXAMINE CAREFULLY.

Pocket Dragon Adventures was a short-lived 1998 syndicated cartoon series, based on the Pocket Dragon character created by artist Real Musgrave, best known from Pocket Dragons figurines also based on his work. The cartoon was about the Pocket Dragons (a group of very small dragons) who live with a kindly old wizard, and their many adventures. The series was produced by BKN Entertainment. The show was also produced by D'Ocon Productions and DiC Entertainment. The show first aired in the late-1990s/early-2000s (decade) in syndication in the US and about 50 other countries. The series is still playing in some countries, including just having been sold to Russian television in 2008.

MORE: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pocket_Dragon_Adventures

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LOBBY CARD

THIS THEATER USED LOBBY CARD WHICH FEATURES VICTOR MATURE AND CAROL LANDIS MEASURES APPROXIMATELY  14" X 11." PIN HOLES VISIBLE ALONG ALL FOUR BOARDERS. THREE PIN HOLES JUST BARELY ENTERING THE ART ON THREE OF THE CORNERS.  THE ART ITSELF IS BRIGHT AND CLEAN AND SUITABLE FOR FRAMING.  THIS LOBBY CARD LOOKS PRETTY MUCH THE WAY IT MUST HAVE WHEN IT WAS TAKEN DOWN FROM THE THEATER WHERE IT WAS BEING DISPLAYED IN 1940.  PLEASE STUDY THESE IMAGES CAREFULLY BEFORE BIDDING.  RARE.

One Million B.C. is a 1940 American fantasy film produced by Hal Roach Studios and released by United Artists. It is also known by the titles Cave Man, Man and His Mate, and Tumak.

The film stars Victor Mature as protagonist Tumak, a young cave man who strives to unite the uncivilized Rock Tribe and the peaceful Shell Tribe, Carole Landis as Loana, daughter of the Shell Tribe chief and Tumak's love interest, and Lon Chaney, Jr. as Tumak's stern father and leader of the Rock Tribe. Chaney's billing differs from that of his home studio Universal Pictures in that Hal Roach elected to retain the "Jr." instead of billing him under his father's name, possibly because Roach was co-directing the film with his own son Hal Roach, Jr.. The movie was one of the first to portray primitive humans in any sort of a serious manner.

The film was a popular success and was nominated for two Academy Awards for its special effects and musical score. The film was remade in 1966 as One Million Years B.C. starring John Richardson as Tumak and Raquel Welch as Loana.

MORE: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/One_Million_B.C.

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ANIMATION PRODUCTION CEL: LAUREL AND HARDY

 

THIS ONE OF A KIND LAUREL AND HARDY HOLE PUNCHED ANIMATION PRODUCTION CEL MEASURING APPROXIMATELY 12 1/2" x 10 3/4" IS FROM  THE SHOW'S OPENING CREDITS. ONE OVERLAY. BACKGROUND NOT ORIGINAL TO CEL.  OPENING CREDITS SHOW LAUREL AND HARDY ON PLAIN TAN BACKGROUND. (SEE ABOVE SEQUENCE.) NUMBERS "2c" AND "35" APPEAR ON CEL.  MASKING TAPE RESIDUE CAN BE SEEN ON LEFT SIDE OF CEL. FROM THE 1966 LAUREL AND HARDY ANIMATED TV SHOW.  PLEASE EXAMINE CAREFULLY.

Laurel and Hardy is an American animated television series and an updated version of Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy's comedic acts by the animation studio Hanna-Barbera from Hal Roach. 156 shorts were made in total, each having its own opening and closing wrap-arounds, to make them easy to air in syndication. In a majority of the cartoons, after Laurel and Hardy get into a mess of trouble, almost each one of them ends with Laurel whimpering in a high register.

MORE: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laurel_and_Hardy_%28animated_series%29

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STREET SHARKS 

STREET SHARKS HOLE PUNCHED ANIMATION PRODUCTION CEL MEASURING APPROXIMATELY 12 1/2" x 10 3/4."  TWO OVERLAYS. BACKGROUND NOT ORIGINAL TO CEL. 

Street Sharks is an American animated television series about crime-fighting half-man/half-sharks. It was produced by DIC Entertainment and aired from 1994 to 1995, originally as a part of the Amazin' Adventures lineup.[1] Later, in 1996, the Street Sharks teamed up with the Dino Vengers and the show became "Dino Vengers Featuring Street Sharks". It was created to promote an existing Mattel toy line of the same name. The creators were David Siegel and Joe Galliani of Mr. Joe's Really Big Productions.[2]

In the first episode, a university professor named Dr. Paradigm tested his gene-manipulation techniques on a marlin and a lobster. Dr. Bolton, a fellow professor, attempted to destroy Paradigm's research, and was transformed into an inhuman monstrosity by the evil scientist before escaping. Paradigm later kidnapped Bolton's four sons—John, Bobby, Coop, and Clint—to transform them into sharks. As soon as they transformed, the four brothers ate a hotdog stand and fled from the police by diving into a lake and burrowing their way into the city by eating the dirt. The brothers planned to capture Paradigm so that they could force him to return them to their human selves and expose Paradigm's genetic experiments.

In subsequent episodes, Paradigm began to convince the residents of Fission City that the Street Sharks (as they became known) were vicious, deadly killers who were mutated by their father, Dr. Bolton. The brothers teamed up every episode to stop Paradigm and his deadly Seaviates from transforming the citizens of Fission City into mutants with no free will. One of the characters' favorite catchphrases was "Jawesome", and their favorite food consists of Hamburgers, Hot Dogs and French fries (although they're capable of eating just about anything—even if it's not food). The brothers have also expressed an obvious and very vocal dislike for pizza, a nod toward the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, who are well known to love pizza. An example of the Shark's disdain for pizza can be seen in episode 2, "Sharkbite", when Lena's offer to go get pizza was met with groans of disgust.

MORE: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Street_Sharks

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MONSTER MASH HOLE PUNCHED ANIMATION PRODUCTION CEL MEASURING APPROXIMATELY 12 1/2" x 10 3/4."  TWO OVERLAYS PLUS ORIGINAL PENCIL ART.   PART OF THE BACK OF THE PAGE WITH THE PENCIL ART (UNDER AND NEAR THE ACTUAL ART) IS THIN WHERE TAPE WAS PULLED OFF.  THAT'S WHY THERE ARE DARK AREAS AROUND AND UNDER THE ABOVE IMAGE.

Monster Mash (2000 film)

Monster Mash is a Universal Animation Studios animated feature based on the stories of Frankenstein, The Wolfman, and Dracula.

The film was released with Alvin and the Chipmunks Meet Frankenstein, Alvin and the Chipmunks Meet the Wolfman, and 4 Archie's Weird Mysteries episodes on the Monster Bash Fun Pack released on September 7, 2004.

MORE: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monster_Mash_%282000_film%29

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STREET SHARKS HOLE PUNCHED ANIMATION PRODUCTION CEL MEASURING APPROXIMATELY 12 1/2" x 10 3/4."  ONE OVERLAY. BACKGROUND NOT ORIGINAL TO CEL. 

Street Sharks is an American animated television series about crime-fighting half-man/half-sharks. It was produced by DIC Entertainment and aired from 1994 to 1995, originally as a part of the Amazin' Adventures lineup.[1] Later, in 1996, the Street Sharks teamed up with the Dino Vengers and the show became "Dino Vengers Featuring Street Sharks". It was created to promote an existing Mattel toy line of the same name. The creators were David Siegel and Joe Galliani of Mr. Joe's Really Big Productions.[2]

In the first episode, a university professor named Dr. Paradigm tested his gene-manipulation techniques on a marlin and a lobster. Dr. Bolton, a fellow professor, attempted to destroy Paradigm's research, and was transformed into an inhuman monstrosity by the evil scientist before escaping. Paradigm later kidnapped Bolton's four sons—John, Bobby, Coop, and Clint—to transform them into sharks. As soon as they transformed, the four brothers ate a hotdog stand and fled from the police by diving into a lake and burrowing their way into the city by eating the dirt. The brothers planned to capture Paradigm so that they could force him to return them to their human selves and expose Paradigm's genetic experiments.

In subsequent episodes, Paradigm began to convince the residents of Fission City that the Street Sharks (as they became known) were vicious, deadly killers who were mutated by their father, Dr. Bolton. The brothers teamed up every episode to stop Paradigm and his deadly Seaviates from transforming the citizens of Fission City into mutants with no free will. One of the characters' favorite catchphrases was "Jawesome", and their favorite food consists of Hamburgers, Hot Dogs and French fries (although they're capable of eating just about anything—even if it's not food). The brothers have also expressed an obvious and very vocal dislike for pizza, a nod toward the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, who are well known to love pizza. An example of the Shark's disdain for pizza can be seen in episode 2, "Sharkbite", when Lena's offer to go get pizza was met with groans of disgust.

MORE: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Street_Sharks

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MONDAY OCTOBER 29, 2012 -- OPENING BID FOR THE ABOVE LOBBY CARDS: $14.95

ROOTS OF HEAVEN LOBBY CARDS FEATURING ERROL FLYNN JULIETTE GRECO TREVOR HOWARD ORSON WELLS & EDDIE ALBERT

THESE THEATER USED LOBBY CARDS MEASURES APPROXIMATELY  14" X 11."

1.THE FIRST LOBBY CARD HAS NUMEROUS SMALL PIN HOLES AT ALL FOUR CORNERS AND A VERTICLE CREASE BARELY VISABLE THAT RUNS DOWN THE LEFT HAND SIDE BOARDER OF THE PICTURE AND INTO THE "T" IN "ROOTS" AND THE "E" IN "HEAVEN. A SMALL, VERY LIGHT STAIN IS VISIBLE AT THE LOWER THIRD OF THE LEFT HAND BOARDER. THE IMAGE ON THE CARD IS AS BRIGHT AS IT MUST HAVE BEEN WHEN IT WAS TAKEN DOWN THE LAST TIME A THEATER DISPLAYED IT.  1958 COPYRIGHT. PLEASE STUDY THIS IMAGE CAREFULLY BEFORE BIDDING. 

2. THE SECOND CARD HAS SMALL PIN HOLES AT AL FOUR CORNERS, A CREASE EXACTLY AS DESCRIBED IN CARD NUMBER ONE AND A STAIN AT THE TOP OF THE BOARDER THAT GOES INTO TREVOR HOWARD'S HAT. 1958 COPYRIGHT. THE IMAGE ON THE CARD IS AS BRIGHT AS IT MUST HAVE BEEN WHEN IT WAS TAKEN DOWN THE LAST TIME A THEATER DISPLAYED IT.  1958 COPYRIGHT. PLEASE STUDY THIS IMAGE CAREFULLY BEFORE BIDDING. 

The Roots of Heaven is a 1958 adventure film made by 20th Century Fox, directed by John Huston and produced by Darryl F. Zanuck. The screenplay by Romain Gary and Patrick Leigh Fermor is based on Romain Gary's 1956 Prix Goncourt winning novel The Roots of Heaven (Les racines du ciel)

The film starred Errol Flynn, Juliette Gréco, Trevor Howard, Eddie Albert, Orson Welles, Paul Lukas, Herbert Lom and Gregoire Aslan.

Set in French Equatorial Africa, the film tells the story of Morel (Trevor Howard), a crusading environmentalist who sets out to preserve the elephants from extinction as a lasting symbol of freedom for all humanity. He is helped by Minna (Juliette Gréco), a nightclub hostess, and Forsythe (Errol Flynn), a disgraced British military officer hoping to redeem himself.

MORE: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Roots_of_Heaven

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MONDAY OCTOBER 22, 2012 -- OPENING BID FOR THE ABOVE LOBBY CARD: $4.95

THIS THEATER USED LOBBY CARD MEASURES APPROXIMATELY  14" X 11." ONLY A FEW TINY PIN HOLES ARE VISIBLE. HOWEVER, THIS CARD IS MISSING IT'S LOWER LEFT AND RIGHT HAND CORNERS.  THERE IS ALSO WRITING ON THE UPPER RIGHT HAND SIDE OF THE CARD.  WHAT LOOKS LIKE FADING IN THE PHOTO IMAGE IS ACTUALLY GLARE FROM THE CAMERA FLASH. THE IMAGE ON THE CARD IS ACTUALLY AS BRIGHT AS IT MUST HAVE BEEN WHEN IT WAS TAKEN DOWN THE LAST TIME A THEATER DISPLAYED IT.  PLEASE STUDY THIS IMAGE CAREFULLY BEFORE BIDDING. 

Monkey Business (1952) is a screwball comedy film directed by Howard Hawks and starring Cary Grant, Ginger Rogers, Charles Coburn, Marilyn Monroe, and Hugh Marlowe. To avoid confusion with the famous Marx Brothers movie of the same name, this film is sometimes referred to as Howard Hawks' Monkey Business.

Dr. Barnaby Fulton (Grant), a research chemist working on a fountain of youth pill for a chemical company, is trying to develop an elixir of youth, urged on by his commercially-minded boss Oliver Oxley (Coburn). One of Dr. Fulton's chimpanzees, Esther, gets loose in the laboratory and pours some chemicals into the water cooler — chemicals that just happen to have the rejuvenating effect for which Fulton is searching.

Unaware of the monkey's antics, Fulton tests his latest experimental concoction on himself, and washes it down with water from the cooler. Naturally, he soon begins to act just like a 20-year-old, and spends the day out on the town with his boss's secretary Lois Laurel (Monroe). When Fulton's wife Edwina (Rogers) learns that the elixir "works," she drinks some, again washing it down with water, and turns into a prank-pulling schoolgirl.

Things get out of hand when her newly quick temper induces Edwina to make an impetuous phone call to her old flame Hank Entwhistle (Marlowe), who, knowing nothing of the elixir, believes that Edwina is truly unhappy in her marriage and wants a divorce.

Meanwhile, more and more people at the laboratory are drinking the water and reverting to a second childhood, with predictably hilarious results. In the end, of course, everything works out, with help from the elixir itself.

MORE: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monkey_Business_%281952_film%29

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MONDAY OCTOBER 22, 2012 -- OPENING BID FOR THE ABOVE LOBBY CARD: $9.95

THIS THEATER LOBBY CARD MEASURES APPROXIMATELY  14" X 11." NO PIN HOLES ARE VISIBLE.  THERE IS SOME BARELY VISIBLE CRIMPING OF THE UPPER RIGHT HAND CORER BUT OTHER THAN THAT THE CARD IS VIRTUALLY MINT -- AS BRIGHT AS IT MUST HAVE BEEN WHEN IT WAS TAKEN DOWN THE LAST TIME A THEATER DISPLAYED IT.  PLEASE STUDY THIS IMAGE CAREFULLY BEFORE BIDDING. 

The Man in the Net (1959) is an American film noir starring Alan Ladd and Carolyn Jones. The taut drama was directed by Michael Curtiz.[

The film tells the story of John Hamilton (Ladd) who's retreated to Stoneville, Connecticut, in the New England countryside, to pursue a career as a commercial artist, but his wife Linda (Carolyn Jones) wants to go back to New York. She is observed as being both drunk and a little strange by the town-folk.

Then his alcoholic and psychologically disturbed wife disappears one day. When she does John is suspected of killing his wife.

When the film was released, Richard W. Neson, film critic for The New York Times, liked the film's dialogue and theme, if not the story, and Carolyn Jones's acting, writing, "More interesting is the dialogue by Mr. Rose and his preoccupation with injustice. The lines show a keen love for kids and an honest regard for the need to interject reality into a yarn that is tediously familiar once it settles down into its melodramatic formula. Miss Jones plays the wife with controlled fanaticism. Mr. Ladd, on the other hand, performs in his usual, cool style, which under the hectic circumstances mutes his personality to the point of unreality

MORE: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Man_in_the_Net

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Lost City of the Carnacans (June 30, 1951, episode # 27),  The Deadly Weapon (July 7, 1951, episode # 28), The Legend of Wild Man’s Ridge (July 14, 1951, episode # 29), Way Station to the Stars (July 21,

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MONDAY OCTOBER 15, 2012 -- OPENING BID FOR THE ABOVE LOBBY CARD: $9.95

THIS THEATER USED LOBBY CARD MEASURES APPROXIMATELY  14" X 11." ONLY A FEW TINY PIN HOLES ARE VISIBLE. THIS CARD IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION  -- IT'S BRIGHT AND LOOKS PRETTY MUCH THE WAY IT MUST HAVE WHEN IT WAS TAKEN DOWN THE LAST TIME A THEATER DISPLAYED IT.  1953 COPYRIGHT. PLEASE STUDY THIS IMAGE CAREFULLY BEFORE BIDDING. 

1953 -- The story of a Civil War veteran and his friend who manage to stay just one small step ahead of the law as they battle a variety of hostile creatures, both human and animal.

Nobody has an easy time of it in the costume actioner Shark River. Wanted for murder, Clay Webley (Warren Stevens) and his wounded cellmate Curtis Parker (Robert Cunningham) hack their way through the Florida swampland. With the help of Clay's brother Dan (Steve Cochran), Clay is able to elude the authorities, but Parker dies of a snakebite. Subsisting on alligator meat, Dan and Clay make their way to the tiny cabin inhabited by widowed Jane Daughterty (Carole Mathews), her mother-in-law, and her son Johnny (Spencer Fox). The brothers rest here awhile, formulating plans to cross the Gulf of Mexico and head for Cuba. An Indian attack scotches these plans, and also ties up several loose plot ends and eliminates any and all extraneous characters. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

MORE: http://movies.nytimes.com/movie/44161/Shark-River/overview

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MONDAY OCTOBER 8, 2012 -- OPENING BID FOR THE ABOVE LOBBY CARD: $19.95

THIS THEATER USED LOBBY CARD MEASURES APPROXIMATELY  14" X 11." ONLY A FEW TINY PIN HOLES ARE VISIBLE.  WHAT LOOKS LIKE STAINS ARE ACTUALLY ON THE CLEAR PLASTIC THAT THE CARD HAS BEEN SHRINK WRAPPED IN FOR AT LEAST THE LAST THIRTY YEARS.  THERE IS SOME VERY MINOR CRUSHING IN A SMALL AREA OF THE UPPER RIGHT CORNER BUT OTHER THAN THAT THE CARD IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION  -- IT'S BRIGHT AND LOOKS PRETTY MUCH THE WAY IT MUST HAVE WHEN IT WAS TAKEN DOWN THE LAST TIME A THEATER DISPLAYED IT.    PLEASE STUDY THIS IMAGE CAREFULLY BEFORE BIDDING. 

Hercules Against the Moon Men (1964) is an Italian/French sword and sandal film. It was directed by Giacomo Gentilomo and starred Alan Steel (real name Sergio Ciani) and Jany Clair. The film runs for 90 minutes and is dubbed.

The film "blends" elements from a number of mythologies. Roman, Greek, Ancient Egyptian and Cretan elements are all thrown in.

In the original Italian language version, the hero was not Hercules but Maciste, originally a hero in silent Italian cinema, and its original Italian title was Maciste e la regina di Samar (Maciste and the Queen of Samar). Its French title was Maciste contre les hommes de pierre (Maciste Against the Men of Stone), but the English distributors dubbed him to be Hercules, because Maciste was not well known to American audiences.

In ancient Greece a race of evil aliens from the moon land on earth. For years they have terrorized the nearby city of Samar, demanding children for sacrifice in hopes their spilled blood can revive their dead queen. Now, the queen of Samar has made a pact with the moon men to conquer the world and become the most powerful woman alive. However, the residents of Samar, sick of all the chaos, cheer when the mighty Hercules shows up to put a stop to it all. Hercules must then face various deadly obstacles and battle the terrifying moon monsters and eventually the leader of the moon men, Redolphis, a metal-headed giant.

MORE: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hercules_vs._the_Moon_Men

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MONDAY OCTOBER 1, 2012 -- OPENING BID FOR THE ABOVE LOBBY CARD: $59.95

THIS THEATER USED LOBBY CARD MEASURES APPROXIMATELY  14" X 11." ONLY A FEW TINY PIN HOLES ARE VISIBLE.  WHAT LOOKS LIKE STAINS ARE ACTUALLY ON THE CLEAR PLASTIC THAT THE CARD HAS BEEN SHRINK WRAPPED IN FOR AT LEAST THE LAST THIRTY YEARS.  THE LIGHT GREEN AREA TO THE LEFT OF BARRY SULLIVAN'S SHOULDER IS ACTUALLY MUCH DARKER AND BRIGHTER -- THE HIGHLIGHT WAS CAUSED BY THE REFLECTED LIGHT WHEN THE PICTURE WAS TAKEN.   NORMA BENGELL'S FACE TO THE RIGHT OF TH CARD GIVES A MORE ACCURATE INDICATION REGARDING THE QUALITY OF THE IMAGE WHICH IS BRIGHT AND LOOKS PRETTY MUCH THE WAY IT MUST HAVE WHEN IT WAS TAKEN DOWN THE LAST TIME A THEATER DISPLAYED IT.  THIS ITEM IS NEAR MINT.  PLEASE STUDY THIS IMAGE CAREFULLY BEFORE BIDDING. 

Planet of the Vampires (Italian: Terrore nello spazio) is a 1965 Italian science fiction horror film directed by Mario Bava. The film stars Barry Sullivan and Norma Bengell. The screenplay, by Bava, Alberto Bevilacqua, Callisto Cosulich, Antonio Roman and Rafael J. Salvia, was based on an Italian-language science fiction short story, Renato Pestriniero's "One Night of 21 Hours". The story follows the horrific experiences of the crew members of two giant spaceships that have crash landed on a forbidding, unexplored planet. The disembodied inhabitants of the world possess the bodies of the crew who died during the crash, and use the animated corpses to stalk and kill the remaining survivors.

The film was co-produced by American International Pictures and Italian International Film, with some financing provided by Spain's Castilla Cooperativa Cinematográfica. Ib Melchior and Louis M. Heyward are credited with the script for the AIP English-language release version. Years after its release, some critics suggested that the film's narrative details and visual design appeared to have been a major influence on Ridley Scott's Alien (1979).

MORE: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Planet_of_the_Vampires

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THE FOLLOWING 7 DAY AUCTIONS WENT LIVE ON MONDAY 10-1-12 5PM WEST COAST TIME.  THEY WILL REMAIN ACTIVE UNTIL MONDAY 10-8-12 AT 5PM WEST COAST TIME.

MONDAY SEPTEMBER 24, 2012 -- OPENING BID FOR THE ABOVE LOBBY CARD: $19.95

THIS LOBBY CARD MEASURES APPROXIMATELY  14" X 11." NO PIN HOLES ARE VISIBLE.  HOWEVER, THE TOP LEFT SIDE OF THE CARD HAS SOME SMALL TEARS, ONE OF WHICH GOES DOWN ABOUT A QUARTER OF AN INCH THEN TURNS LEFT FOR ANOTHER QUARTER OF AN INCH.  TWO OTHER VERY SMALL CUTS CAN BE SEEN AT THE TOP EDGE OF THE CARD, ONE OVER THE WORD "OF" IN THE TITLE, THE OTHER BETWEEN THE "C" AND "A" IN "CAPTAIN."  TO BE ABSOLUTELY CLEAR, THESE CUTS -- NICKS REALLY -- APPEAR AT THE VERY EDGE OF THE CARD. THERE IS ALSO A VERY SMALL NICK IN THE LOWER RIGHT CORNER AND SOME VERY SLIGHT CREASING IN THE UPPER LEFT CORNER OF THE CARD.  THE LOWER LEFT CORNER HAS A CREASE  IN IT WHICH GOES THROUGH THE "CHAPTER 7" BLOCK.   THE ART ITSELF IS BRIGHT AND LOOKS PRETTY MUCH THE WAY IT MUST HAVE WHEN IT WAS TAKEN DOWN FOR THE LAST TIME FROM THE THEATER WHERE IT WAS BEING DISPLAYED.  PLEASE STUDY THESE IMAGES CAREFULLY BEFORE BIDDING. 

Captain America's official release date is 5 February 1944, although this is actually the date the seventh chapter was made available to film exchanges.[1] The serial was re-released on 30 September 1953, under the new title Return of Captain America, between the first runs of Canadian Mounties vs. Atomic Invaders and Trader Tom of the China Seas.[1]

Captain America is a 1944 Republic black-and-white serial film based (loosely) on the comic book character Captain America. It was the last Republic serial made about a superhero. It also has the distinction of being the most expensive serial that Republic ever made.

The serial sees Captain America, really District Attorney Grant Gardner, trying to thwart the plans of The Scarab, really museum curator Dr. Cyrus Maldor - especially regarding his attempts to acquire the "Dynamic Vibrator" and "Electronic Firebolt", devices that could be used as super-weapons.

In a rare plot element for Republic, the secret identity of the villain is known to the audience from the beginning, if not to the characters in the serial. The studio's usual approach was the use of a mystery villain who was only unmasked as one of the other supporting characters in the final chapter.

MORE: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Captain_America_%28serial%29

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STAR WARS COLLECTOR TIMEPIECE -- STORMTROOPER

Comes with a Millennium Falcon watch case.  The Stormtroopers face flips open to reveal the time. Rare. Hard to find.

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MONDAY SEPTEMBER 10, 2012 -- OPENING BID FOR THE ABOVE LOBBY CARD: $195.00

THIS THEATER USED LOBBY CARD WHICH FEATURES VICTOR MATURE AND CAROL LANDIS MEASURES APPROXIMATELY  14" X 11." PIN HOLES VISIBLE ALONG ALL FOUR BOARDERS. THREE PIN HOLES JUST BARELY ENTERING THE ART ON THREE OF THE CORNERS.  THE ART ITSELF IS BRIGHT AND CLEAN AND SUITABLE FOR FRAMING.  THIS LOBBY CARD LOOKS PRETTY MUCH THE WAY IT MUST HAVE WHEN IT WAS TAKEN DOWN FROM THE THEATER WHERE IT WAS BEING DISPLAYED IN 1940.  PLEASE STUDY THESE IMAGES CAREFULLY BEFORE BIDDING.  RARE.

One Million B.C. is a 1940 American fantasy film produced by Hal Roach Studios and released by United Artists. It is also known by the titles Cave Man, Man and His Mate, and Tumak.

The film stars Victor Mature as protagonist Tumak, a young cave man who strives to unite the uncivilized Rock Tribe and the peaceful Shell Tribe, Carole Landis as Loana, daughter of the Shell Tribe chief and Tumak's love interest, and Lon Chaney, Jr. as Tumak's stern father and leader of the Rock Tribe. Chaney's billing differs from that of his home studio Universal Pictures in that Hal Roach elected to retain the "Jr." instead of billing him under his father's name, possibly because Roach was co-directing the film with his own son Hal Roach, Jr.. The movie was one of the first to portray primitive humans in any sort of a serious manner.

The film was a popular success and was nominated for two Academy Awards for its special effects and musical score. The film was remade in 1966 as One Million Years B.C. starring John Richardson as Tumak and Raquel Welch as Loana.

MORE: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/One_Million_B.C.

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HARDCOVER

NEW!

BOOK MEASURES APPROXIMATELY 11 1/4" X 11 1/4"

222 PAGES

BOOK FEATURES A LENTICULAR 3-D COVER

FREE 3-D GLASSES INCLUDED

PLEASE NOTE: COVER HAS 3 INCH SCRATCH ON LOWER RIGHT. THE SCRATCH DOES NOT ENTER THE FIGURE ON THE COVER OR DISTRACT FROM THE 3-D.

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MONDAY SEPTEMBER 3, 2012 -- OPENING BID FOR BOTH OF THE ABOVE LOBBY CARDS: $15.95

THE CARDS, WHICH FEATURE DAVID NIVEN, BARBARA RUSH AND DAN DAILEY, MEASURE  14" X 11." PIN HOLES VISIBLE ON CORNERS OF THE CARD IN WHICH DAN DAILEY HAS HIS ARM DRAPPED AROUND DAVID NIVEN.  THE HOLES ON THREE OF THOSE CORNERS ARE BARELY VISIBLE.  IT'S ONLY THE LOWER RIGHT CORNER THAT CLEARLY SHOWS A PIN HOLE.  THE OTHER CARD WHICH SHOWS NIVEN ENTERING THE ROOM AS DAILEY IS ABOUT TO KISS BARBARA RUSH HAS NO PIN HOLES AND IS NEAR MINT IN CONDITION OVERALL.  BOTH CARDS ARE CLEAR AND BRIGHT AND SUITABLE FOR DISPLAY.  PLEASE STUDY THESE IMAGES CAREFULLY BEFORE BIDDING. 

1957 -- Oh, Men! Oh, Women! is a 1957 film directed by Nunnally Johnson. It stars Dan Dailey, David Niven and Ginger Rogers.

Mildred Turner (Ginger Rogers), Arthur Turner's bored housewife, seeks psychiatric help from Dr.Alan Coles who also solves his own emotional problems.

MORE: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oh,_Men!_Oh,_Women

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3 LOBBY CARDS

SUNDAY AUGUST 26, 2012 -- OPENING BID FOR ALL THREE OF THE ABOVE LOBBY CARDS: $24.95

THESE WILLIAM BENDIX/ JOAN BLONDELL THEATER USED LOBBY CARDS MEASURE 14" X 11." PIN HOLES VISIBLE ON CORNERS OF CARDS AND IN ONE CASE ALONG THE LEFT AND RIGHT EDGE.  THE CARD FEATURING JOAN BLONDELL STANDING HAS PIN HOLES GOING INTO THE ART ON ALL FOUR CORNERS.  THAT SAME CARD IS MISSING A PIECE AT THE UPPER LEFT. ALL THREE LOBBY CARDS ARE NICE AND BRIGHT, AND WILL MAKE EXCELLENT DISPLAY PIECES. PLEASE EXAMINE THESE IMAGE CAREFULLY BEFORE BIDDING.

1945 -- William Bendix, a Brooklyn-to-Utica barge captain, has overly romantic notions about women due to the great love he had for his mother who has been dead for ten years. He becomes engaged to two women simultaneously, one because she laughs like his mother, the other because she cooks like his mother. He marries both of them. To help him escape from this mess, his friend Silvers invents a murder and blames it on Bendix so the bigamist can pretend to be sent away to prison and escape from both of the women.

INFO FROM: http://movies.tvguide.com/don-juan-quilligan/113219

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LOBBY CARD

SUNDAY AUGUST 19, 2012 -- OPENING BID FOR THE ABOVE LOBBY CARD: $7.95

THIS DAN DAILY/CELEST HOLM LOBBY CARD MEASURES 14" X 11." NO PIN HOLES, NO CUTS, NO ROUGH EDGES, ALMOST LIKE NEW, NICE AND BRIGHT, AN EXCELLENT DISPLAY PIECE. PLEASE EXAMINE THIS IMAGE CAREFULLY BEFORE BIDDING.

Chicken Every Sunday is a 1949 American comedy film directed by George Seaton. The screenplay by Seaton and Valentine Davies is based on the 1944 play of the same title by Julius J. Epstein and Philip G. Epstein, which was based on the novel by Rosemary Taylor.[1]

In Tucson, Arizona in 1910, Emily Hefferen visits attorney Robert Hart to file for divorce from her husband Jim, citing his lack of support as grounds. When Hart expresses surprise, given the local hotel, laundry, and dairy bear the Heffernen name, suggesting the family is wealthy, Emily describes her family life for the past twenty years.

On their wedding day, Emily discovers Jim, vice-president of the bank, has either donated or lost all his money on bad investments. In order to make ends meet, she takes in another newlywed couple as boarders in their home on the edge of town. As time passes and each of Jim's new moneymaking schemes fails, his wife takes in new boarders in order to make the monthly mortgage payment.

Over the years Jim's time increasingly is consumed by his attention to various business ventures, including a hospital, laundry, restaurant, dairy, opera house, and hotel. Every time he starts a new business, Emily adds another room to the house to accommodate more boarders, in addition to their growing family.

At daughter Rosemary's high school graduation ceremony, Jim learns the bank is foreclosing the hotel, and Emily resigns herself to being the family's primary breadwinner. Jim decides to mine a nearby arroyo for copper, and when he learns new roomer Rita Kirby's abandoned husband George owns a New Jersey construction company, he invites the man to come to Tucson in the hope he'll invest in his latest project. George arrives with his inebriated mother-in-law, ex-vaudeville entertainer Minnie Moon, but he refuses to discuss any business propositions until he sorts through his personal problems, although he gives Emily a $250 check, which is enough money to pay off the mortgage on their home. When the owner of the arroyo threatens to close the mine unless Jim purchases the property immediately, he secretly takes out a new mortgage, hoping to buy it back after George invests in the venture. However, water instead of copper is found on the land, and all dealings with George end, and banker Sam Howell begins to repossess the Hefferen's furniture.

MORE: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chicken_Every_Sunday

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LOBBY CARD

SUNDAY AUGUST 19, 2012 -- OPENING BID FOR THE ABOVE LOBBY CARD: $7.95

THIS ROBERT WAGNER/JOAN COLLINS THEATER USED LOBBY CARD MEASURES 14" X 11." PIN HOLES VISIBLE AT ALL FOUR CORNERS.  PIN HOLES ALSO VISIBLE IN SMALL PORTIONS OF THE ART. SOME LIGHT SMUDGE MARKS VISIBLE.   NO CUTS OR ROUGH EDGES.  NICE AND BRIGHT, AN EXCELLENT DISPLAY PIECE DESPITE NOTED ISSUES. PLEASE EXAMINE THIS IMAGE CAREFULLY BEFORE BIDDING.

Stopover Tokyo is a 1957 American espionage drama directed by Richard L. Breen and starring Robert Wagner, Joan Collins, Edmond O'Brien and Ken Scott. Filmed in Japan in CinemaScope, the film is set in Tokyo and follows a US counterintelligence agent foiling a communist assassination plot.

The film is based very loosely on final Mr. Moto novel by John P. Marquand's called, Right You Are, Mr. Moto. The biggest change is that Mr. Moto is entirely cut from the film.

US Intelligence Agent Mark Fannon (Robert Wagner) is sent to Tokyo on a routine courier mission but soon uncovers communist George Underwood’s (Edmond O'Brien) plot to assassinate the American High Commissioner (Larry Keating).

Whilst there he meets Welsh receptionist (Joan Collins) who fellow agent Tony Barrett (Ken Scott) has the hots for. Though this causes initial animosity between the two they manage to race against the clock to foil the assassination.

MORE: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stopover_Tokyo

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SOFT COVER BOOK

DC Comics celebrates 75 years of fantastic comic books this October with the publication of DC Comics: The 75th Anniversary Poster Book, published by Quirk Books. Showcasing 100 of their most famous covers, each page is perforated and ready to frame, with behind-the-scenes commentary (as well as quotes from the artists themselves) offered on the back of every page.

MORE: http://alternativemagazineonline.co.uk/2010/08/17/book-review-dc-comics-the-75th-anniversary-poster-book/

NEW! MEASURES 14" X 11 1/4"

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THE RAT RACE STARRING TONY CURTIS AND DEBBIE REYNOLDS

SUNDAY AUGUST 12, 2012 -- OPENING BID FOR BOTH OF THE ABOVE LOBBY CARDS: $15.00

LOBBY CARDS MEASURE APPROXIMATELY 14" X 11" 

CARDS ARE IN EXCELLENT CONDITION -- BRIGHT AND SHARP -- GIVEN THEIR AGE BUT CONTAIN MULTIPLE PIN HOLES ON CORNERS AND EDGES ALONG WITH SOME VERY MINOR SMUDGES YOU HAVE TO REALLY LOOK HARD TO FIND.  NICE DISPLAY ITEM.  PLEASE EXAMINE THE IMAGES HERE CAREFULLY.

The Rat Race is a 1960 American drama film directed by Robert Mulligan and starring Tony Curtis and Debbie Reynolds as struggling young entertainment professionals in New York City. Filming took place in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Wishing to pursue a career as a jazz saxophonist, Pete Hammond Jr. (Curtis) takes a bus from his home in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, to New York City and optimistically begins looking for work. However, jobs are extremely hard to find.

He crosses paths with Peggy Brown (Reynolds), a model and dancer who has become jaded and cynical after years of struggling to survive in the city. She has just been evicted from an apartment rented to Pete, and because she is penniless and has no home to return to, he offers to let her stay with him. She is forced to rely on his generosity, and as the two of them work at various low-paying jobs, they stay together in the apartment as friends.

Peggy warns him that people can't be trusted, but Pete is encouraged when a band auditions him for a job. When the other musicians send him out for beer, Pete returns to find that they have stolen his instruments and that he is the victim of a scam.

When Pete finds a part-time job on a cruise ship, he writes to Peggy every day. She is in debt to an abusive club owner, Nelly Miller (Don Rickles), who strips Peggy of her dress and jewelry as a down payment and threatens her with violence. In love with Peggy and afraid for her, Pete gives up his wristwatch and saxophone to Nelly, who punches him as a further warning. Pete tells Peggy he loves her, so she agrees to tentatively begin a romantic relationship.

MORE: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Rat_Race

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MESSERSCHMITT MODEL KIT BY SMER

THIS MODEL KIT WAS A 2011 PROMOTIONAL TIE-IN WITH CITY INTERACTIVE

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SUNDAY AUGUST 5, 2012 -- OPENING BID FOR ALL FOUR OF THE ABOVE THEATER USED LOBBY CARDS: $40.00

LOBBY CARDS MEASURE APPROXIMATELY 10 1/4" X 13 1/4" 

CARDS ARE IN EXCELLENT CONDITION GIVEN THEIR AGE BUT CONTAIN MULTIPLE PIN HOLES ON CORNERS, SOME MINOR FRAYING AT THE EDGES AND SOME OTHER MINOR DAMAGE INCLUDING A SMALL TEAR ON ONE CARD AND AN INK STAIN (OVER THE "H" AND "E" IN THE WORD "HEART") WHICH APPEARS TO BE FROM A STAMP. EXAMINE THE IMAGES HERE CAREFULLY.

With a Song in My Heart is a 1952 biographical film which tells the story of actress and singer Jane Froman, who was crippled by an airplane crash on February 22, 1943, when the Boeing 314 Pan American Clipper flying boat she was on suffered a crash landing in the Tagus River near Lisbon, Portugal. She entertained the troops in World War II despite having to walk with crutches. The film stars Susan Hayward, Rory Calhoun, David Wayne, Thelma Ritter, Robert Wagner, Helen Westcott and Una Merkel. Froman herself supplied Hayward's singing voice.

The movie was written and produced by Lamar Trotti and directed by Walter Lang. The title song, "With a Song in My Heart", became famous in the UK as the theme to the long-running BBC radio show, Family Favourites.

It won the Academy Award for Original Music Score and was nominated for Best Actress in a Leading Role (Susan Hayward), Best Actress in a Supporting Role (Thelma Ritter), Best Costume Design, Color and Best Sound, Recording (Thomas T. Moulton).[2]

The film won the Golden Globe award for best picture in the musical or comedy category, and Susan Hayward won the Golden Globe award for leading actress in a musical or comedy.

MORE: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/With_a_Song_in_My_Heart_%28film%29

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SPACE PATROL VALUE PACK VOL. 2

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Contains 2 brand new, factory direct DVDs featuring the 1950s TV show Space Patrol starring Ed Kemmer as Commander Buzz Corry. The DVDs are volume 3 and 4 of SPACE PATROL -- The Lost Episodes.   BONUS: The inside and outside cover art for the case features 7 full color Space Patrol 3-D pix.   Glasses included.  

Disk 1 includes three episodes of Buzz and crew. MISSION TO MERCURY (Jun. 21, 1952, # 78) has high government officials from Mercury suspected of taking bribes.  Happy takes papers to Mercury which will supposedly name the officials but the papers have been switched with a bomb.  (The Cosmic Glow Rocket Ring figures prominently in this story). PRISON OF DEADLY GAS (December 1, 1951, #49) has Buzz, Happy, Major Robertson and Tonga in danger at a Endurium mill on Io when quakes let loose a deadly gas. (Look for Norman Jolley's name on the bulletin board that shows the take-off schedule for ships.) ABANDONED IN OUTER SPACE (Mar. 22, 1952, # 65) has Carol and Tonga kidnapped from a research laboratory on Mars by two ruthless thugs who want to steal Carol's invaluable formula for synthetic radurium.   Put in space suits, they are ejected into space where they must be rescued by Buzz and Happy before their air runs out.   (Nice effects including rear screen projection). With original commercials including premium plugs for the Cosmic Glow Rocket Ring and the Space Patrol Code Belt. 

Disk 2 includes four episodes of Buzz and crew.  HIT BY A METEORITE (Feb. 9, 1952, # 59), in which Buzz, Happy, Carol and Tonga struggle to save the Terra IV after it is hit by a meteorite.  The opening special effects shot kicks butt as does the space suited Happy flying in space sequence.  There's also an inside joke in this episode: Trachinger's Comet causes the meteors to swarm.  Bob Trachinger was a technition on the show.  BACCARRATTI'S Z RAY  (Apr. 10, 1954, # 172) reveals that Baccarratti (Bela Kovacs) has a twin brother hiding on 20th Century Earth. MAROONED IN THE PAST  (Apr. 17, 1954, # 173) continues the story with Baccarratti's brother getting the upper hand with Buzz and Happy, stranding them in 20th Century America.  EVIL SPIRITS OF THE GREAT THUNDERBIRD (Apr. 24, 1954, # 174) is the third continuous episode in this series, with Buzz and Happy pursuing Baccarratti's twin brother to an 18th Century America inhabited by Indians.  With original commercials including an ad for the Cosmic Smoke Gun and the Cosmic Rocket Launcher. THESE DVDs WERE RECORDED AT NORMAL SPEED to avoid the kind of degradation in quality associated with EP and LP mode videos. These episodes are overall good and sharp but they may contain some fading and other minor defects due to the kinescopic process and other reproduction processes.

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SPACE PATROL VALUE PACK VOL. 3

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Contains 2 brand new, factory direct DVDs featuring the 1950s TV show Space Patrol starring Ed Kemmer as Commander Buzz Corry. The DVDs are volume 5 and 6 of SPACE PATROL -- The Lost Episodes.   BONUS: The inside and outside cover art for the case features 4 full color Space Patrol 3-D pix of Terra City.   Glasses included.  

Disk 1  One 15 MINUTE KIT CORRY EPISODE (Kit was the show's original star), plus three half hour shows: THE SECRET OF ETERNAL YOUTH, TITAN FRAUD and PLANETOID 36. The Kit Corry episode features a unique moment in Space Patrol history as Kit hands over the reigns of power (and the show) to Buzz via Space-O-Phone. With original commercials.   

Disk 2 includes four complete half hour episodes: MYSTERY OF PLANET X, TRAP ON PLANET X (both shows featuring Bela Kovacs as the evil Prince Baccarratti), SPACE VAULT ROBBERY and SPACE PIRATE'S ESCAPE. (Some cool effects in Space Pirates Escape, given the show's budget and the fact that it was done live.)  With original commercials. 

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SPACE PATROL 3-D VALUE PACK DVD VOL. 1

 

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Contains 2 brand new, factory direct DVDs featuring the 1950s TV show Space Patrol starring Ed Kemmer as Commander Buzz Corry. The DVDs are volume 1 and 2 of SPACE PATROL -- The Lost Episodes.   BONUS: The inside and outside cover art for the case features 7 full color Space Patrol 3-D pix.   Glasses included.  

Disk 1 includes THREE VERY EARLY KIT CORRY 15 MINUTE EPISODES. (Kit was Buzz's older brother and the show's original lead, played by Glen Denning who flubbed his lines so often he had to be called away on a secret mission from which he never returned.)  These episodes are VERY RARE.  Also on this DVD, two Buzz Corry adventures.  JUNGLE JEOPARY (May 31, 1952, # 75), The THREAT OF THE THORMANOIDS (May 24, 1952, # 74) With original commercials.   

Disk 2 includes THE SCHEMING SIBLING (also known as Escape from Terra, Jun. 7, 1952, # 76), DANGER ON MARS (Jun. 14, 1952, # 77), THE SACRIFICE (Dec. 8, 1951, # 50)

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ANIMATION CEL WITH PENCIL ART

APPROXIMATELY 12 1/4" X 10 1/4"

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Pocket Dragon Adventures was a short-lived 1998 syndicated cartoon series, based on the Pocket Dragon character created by artist Real Musgrave, best known from Pocket Dragons figurines also based on his work. The cartoon was about the Pocket Dragons (a group of very small dragons) who live with a kindly old wizard, and their many adventures. The series was produced by BKN Entertainment. The show was also produced by D'Ocon Productions and DiC Entertainment. The show first aired in the late-90s/early-2000s in syndication in the US and about 50 other countries. The series is still playing in some countries, including just having been sold to Russian television in 2008.

The show itself was created by Craig Miller and Marv Wolfman, who produced and story edited the series. Together or separately, they wrote over 40% of the total number of episodes. Pocket Dragon Adventures was also the very first animated series signed to a labor contract with the Writers Guild of America[citation needed].

MORE:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pocket_Dragon_Adventures

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