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Vintage Original Photographs, Posters, Scripts, Rare Books & Memorabilias
Vintage Original Photographs, Posters, Scripts, Rare Books & Memorabilias

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(MORRISON, TONI, SOURCEWORK) BELOVED (1998)

Nobel Prize winner Toni Morrison’s novels are a rich part of contemporary American literature, but represent a daunting task for any film maker looking to adapt them to the screen. Nonetheless, Oscar-winning director Jonathan Demme threw himself into this complex project, with a top-rank cast that included Oprah Winfrey (who also served as one of the movie’s producers), Danny Glover, and Thandie Newton.

https://walterfilm.com/decade-of-release/1980-present/morrison-toni-sourcework-beloved-1998
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LES HEURES [THE HOURS] (1909)

Vintage original 42 x 57" (108 x 146 cm.) poster, France. Alice Tissot, Renée Carl, Christiane Mandelys, Maurice Vinot, dir: Louis Feuillade; Société des Etablissements L. Gaumont. Beautiful poster from the French Art Nouveau period. So rare is this style of art in film posters as this was the infancy of the motion picture.

https://walterfilm.com/decade-of-release/1890-1919/les-heures-the-hours-1909
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NICK CARTER, MASTER DETECTIVE (1939)

Walter Pidgeon, Rita Johnson, Henry Hull, Stanley Ridges, Donald meek, Addison Richards, dir: Jacques Tourneur; MGM. This "B" programmer was given "A" class treatment by the brilliant Jacques Tourneur and the artists of the MGM dream factory. This was the first of three films in the series with Pidgeon playing the detective in each. http://bit.ly/2JsE4s5
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(BALLARD, J.G., SOURCE) (CRONENBERG, DAVID, DIRECTOR/WRITER) CRASH (1996) Vintage original film script

Post-production script for David Cronenberg’s daring adaptation of Ballard’s dystopian novel about people who experience sexual climaxes by watching automobile crashes. http://bit.ly/2L5sSTX
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ANGELA LANSBURY IN MAME ON BROADWAY (1966)

Upon arriving from London in 1943, Angela Lansbury started her acting career as a leading character in the MGM film GASLIGHT. She was just 18 and for the next 20 plus years played a great variety of characters on film and television. She conquered Broadway in 1966 with MAME, the Jerry Herman musical based on the novel (and film) by Patrick Dennis, AUNTIE MAME.

http://bit.ly/2yHDHda
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PEEPING TOM (1960)

British advance teaser poster for the classic 1960 film.

Ostensibly a film about a killer with serious Freudian issues, but later reassessed as much more conceptual and complex. Roger Ebert pointed out famously in his 1999 review of the film that the audience is implicated as much as the killer. "Movies make us into voyeurs. We sit in the dark, watching other people's lives. It is the bargain the cinema strikes with us, although most films are too well-behaved to mention it..."

https://walterfilm.worldsecuresystems.com/store-posters/peeping-tom-1960
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Bette Davis in Storm Center (1956) Pressbook

Saul Bass presented a unique ad campaign for this superb mature drama, which was a very apropos story at the time (and still very relevant in today’s political climate) about a small-town librarian who is branded as a communist by the local politicians, and thus, the townspeople when she will not withdraw a controversial book from the library’s shelves. The film was perfectly crafted in all areas of production, with flawless work by Davis. https://goo.gl/FAKgvA
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Are you an avid fan of Andy Warhol? See our collection here! http://bit.ly/2JH7VxS
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In this lobby card are Maureen O'Hara as the kidnapped-yet-feisty Lady Margaret Denby, and her captor Jaime Waring as played by Tyrone Power. FINE. http://bit.ly/2JeI2t5
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