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  • Welcome to the official Film/Art Gallery collection of original Herbert Leder vintage movie posters from his critically acclaimed catalog of timeless cinematic creations.

    Herbet J. Leder was a film professor at Media Arts Department in Jersey City State College. In the world of film and movies, Leder's accomplishments were numerous.

    He produced an American anthology drama television series with a total of 165 episodes broadcast every Sunday nights from September 2, 1953 up to June 4, 1961 on NBC. Actress Loretta Young is the one who hosted the series and also played the lead in various episodes. Leder titled this drama series "The Loretta Young Show" also known as "Letter to Loretta."

    In 1958, Leder wrote an independently made British sci-fi horror film drama from Amalgamated Productions. This sci-fi horror film drama was directed by Arthur Crabtree and was produced by John Croydon and Richard Gordon. It was released by the Eros Films in the U.K. And was released later on as a double feature with "The Haunted Strangler" in the U.S. This sci-fi horror film drama was called Fiend Without a Face.

    Herbert Leder wrote and directed a biographical film based on the life of an American bank robber Charles Arthur Floyd. The film was produced by Monroe Sachson. John Ericson was the one who played the role of Floyd. Leder called this film "Pretty Boy Floyd" after the nickname of the said robber. It was released in 1960.

    In 1966, Herbert directed, wrote and produced "The Frozen Dead", a British sci-fi horror film starring Anna Palk, Philip Gilbert and Dana Andrews. The film was about a Nazi scientist, Dr. Norberg (played by Dana Andrews) who attempted to revive frozen Nazi Soldiers but was unsuccessful resulting in the creation of zombie-like creatures - including his own brother. "The Frozen Dead" was released in 1966 in the U.K. and was released in 1967 in the U.S as a double feature with "It!" directed also by Leder.

    Film/Art Gallery’s collection of original Herbert Leder movie posters includes a Half sheet (22x28) poster of The Candy Man, the exploitation shot in Mexico and featuring George Sanders, drug dealers and kidnapping (but rated "G"!)

    Film/Art Gallery movie posters are original prints and film poster collectibles. These are original movie posters. We do not carry any movie poster reproductions or reprints of any kind.