Hello from Hollywood. We've got a great lineup this month, including these stunning French posters for Cocteau's BEAUTY AND THE BEAST plus a REBEL WITHOUT A CAUSE 40x60, HALLOWEEN Hungarian + U.S. 1 Sheet (unfolded), another ROLLERBALL "match" style poster, Spielberg, Almodovar, Paul Newman, John Hughes, John Carpenter and more. Scroll down or go here to see it all:
MAY NEW ACQUISITIONS
Finally, Sunday was the 80th birthday of Barbra Streisand. This German poster for her Oscar-winning film debut in FUNNY GIRL is one of our new acquisitions, and you can see all of our posters for The Greatest Star by clicking here: Babs
Hello from Hollywood. It's our penultimate update of 2021 and we've got 110 great new vintage original movie poster acquisitions, like the comic book-style Italian STAR WARS movie poster above. And click on the charming Walt Disney LADY AND THE TRAMP vintage poster image to check out our collection of Christmas-themed original posters. For the rest of our movie posters, scroll down or click here:filmartgallery.com/new acquisitions
October 2018 - Original Vintage Movie Posters Update Fair Audrey, A Star Is re-Born, Kings, Queens and The New York Film Festival by Saul Bass Dear Friends & Movie Lovers: Hello from Hollywood. We've just updated the site with 85 great new acquisitions for October. Highlights include the rare premiere engagement U.S. 1 Sheet for MASH, an even scarcer British Quad for SABRINA (or SABRINA FAIR, as it was titled there), Half Sheets for STAR WARS, DIRTY HARRY, WILLY WONKA & HOW TO STEAL A MILLION, Edie Sedgwick in CIAO MANHATTAN and two great Joan Crawford posters. There are more stunning Polish designs...
October 2017 Original Vintage Movie Posters Dear Friends and Movie Lovers Hello from Hollywood and Happy Halloween! Before we get to this month's new poster acquisitions, we've got a couple of suggestions for the spooky season: If you are in the Los Angeles area, you should definitely check out the 18th annual Dia De Los Muertas festival at Hollywood Forever Cemetery. It's an extraordinary event that has become a beloved, can't-miss, modern LA tradition. You can get more info by clicking here or on the poster image (for the 1985 George Romero film DAY OF THE DEAD) And wherever you...