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If ba589589 who picked up the weird sexploitation posters last night and feels guilty and wants to get rid of them, please PM me.  I totally missed the auction.

Bruce FYI, these are almost certainly Canadian. A couple of hints, 28 x 42 is standard Canadian size and the GUNILLA mentions "Après ski" (with accent on the e) which is a Quebec comedy flick from 1971.   Also, who else would have come up with the the tag line "Cold winter days-- hot winter nights"?  ;D

From the description:

Note that this is one of ten very unusual sexploitation one-sheets we are currently auctioning in 10 separate auctions. What makes them unusual? All are from between 1966 and 1972, with most being from right around 1968. All were either directed or produced by one Nick Millard (sometimes under a pseudonym). The 10 posters were found together, and were all unfolded, so it seems quite likely the person who distributed these movies also had his own supply of the one-sheets, no doubt so that he could given them to theaters that booked the movies (these movies were not distributed through the NSS or poster exchanges). We have auctioned exactly one each of six of them one time before and four of them we have never auctioned before, so they are certainly extremely rare! Finally, note that nine of these are black and white, and all ten of them are printed on a somewhat "newer" paper that at first glance looks like it could be from later than the 1960s or 1970s, but we are certain these are from the original dates the movies were released, and that whoever printed these posters used whatever paper they could get, which was different from many one-sheets of this time. This is a rare opportunity to purchase one or many of these extremely rare sexploitation posters!
I just saw how extremely low the prices are on many of the 950 oversized and standard rolled posters (U.S., non-U.S., and NON-movie posters) that will begin closing in HOURS beginning at 7 PM CST at These auctions contain a LOT of VERY rare and desirable posters, and if there is not a positive FLOOD of last minute bidding there are going to be many incredible deals and steals made!

IF THERE ARE INCREDIBLE BUYS MADE ON THESE 950 AUCTIONS CLOSING TODAY, then I very much hope those go to all of YOU, who have been our past buyers, some of you for 20 or 30 years!

Note that some people feel these last minute reminder emails are "too long", or have "too much information", and if YOU feel this way, then please stop reading this now, and simply go to the above link right now and look these over well before they begin closing TODAY at 7 pm! I just looked at all the current prices and I saw LOTS of them at prices that are a fraction of what ANY dealer would ask for them! Thanks and best of luck on whatever you are bidding on!

HOWEVER, IF YOU DON'T MIND READING MORE, PLEASE DO READ ON, because there is much useful and helpful information below!

If you are fairly new to this hobby, you may be very surprised to learn that the price levels of vintage movie paper (and related items) is FAR lower than that of ANY other collectible these days! One quick look at the current bid prices on the 950 auctions closing today proves that beyond a shadow of a doubt!

And in a time when so many items (from gasoline to real estate to stocks to fine art to every other kind of collectibles) are geometrically soaring in prices, LOTS of these items (including many great ones) are at prices similar to what they were 30 years ago (and I am not exaggerating one bit)!

Are YOU looking for "good buys" in this hyper-inflated world where EVERYTHING seems overpriced? Then you will surely want to closely look over these 950 oversized and standard rolled posters (U.S., non-U.S., and NON-movie posters)), because currently, with SIX HOURS left (as of this writing) until these start to close, there are a whopping TWO HUNDRED ELEVEN at just TEN DOLLARS each or under, and an INCONCEIVABLE FOUR HUNDRED TWENTY SEVEN at just TWENTY DOLLARS each or under (and that is 46% of the auctions)!

And in today's world, what does ten dollars or twenty dollars get you? Not much (maybe a quarter of a tank of gas)! But it CAN get you lots of really fun and cool vintage movie posters (and maybe two or three or four, all for just $10 for all)! In fact, at the current bid prices ,you can even find quite a few outright "steals" and how often does that EVER happen these days?

And remember: WE are the only major auction with NONE of those awful 20% or 25% "buyers premiums" (and one auction insanely has a "minimum buyers premium" that is a truly OBSCENE $29, meaning they will never sell any item for under $30 AND that their poor consignors RECEIVE pennies from a $30 sale).

It is not just these lowest priced ones that represent exceptional values, as there are items at every price level that are far under where the same (or similar) items have sold for before, and these make great unique birthday or holiday gifts (for yourself or others) that don't have to cost you an arm and a leg, so please start checking them out now!

PLEASE REMEMBER THAT THESE AUCTIONS ARE NOT SOLELY FOR "MOVIE POSTERS"! They include a large number of "non-movie" posters as well! Because our "every four week auctions" combine all different types of items into one auction, there are a number of groups of items closing very soon that are very worthy of special mention!

One of the highlights of the auction is the TWENTY THREE "advertising posters" AND THIRTY EIGHT "special posters"! These include LOTS of ultra-rare and excellent ones, the kinds you would expect to find in a fancy art gallery, and most are currently at a fraction of the prices those places charge!



We have THIRTY SIX art prints (most signed and numbered)! Many are FAR under the original issue price, and FAR under what any dealer would ask for them!

And please don't miss our TWENTY FIVE S2 recreation posters at! This was a Mondo like company that started in 1997 and made limited edition recreations of the most classic movie posters of all time, using century old printing presses, and then must be seen in person to be fully appreciated! These were sold for $325 each when they were first created, and many of the current high bids are a fraction of that price (some a tiny fraction)!

We also have a great selection of FORTY ONE INSERTS and FIFTY FOUR HALF-SHEETS! More and more collectors have been discovering these sizes (and realizing that they are almost always far more rare than the corresponding one-sheets) and if you have not yet discovered them, you need to do so, and today is a great day to start, with so many good titles closing!

We also have a great selection of FIFTY TWO Thai posters (original vintage posters from Thailand)! Please note that there are reproductions of Thai posters being sold as originals (on eBay and elsewhere), but these posters are guaranteed to be originals (you get our Lifetime Guarantee on that!). They have very different images from those of other countries for the same titles, and they will look incredible framed on your wall!

These auctions also contain a fine selection of 426 rolled (or formerly folded) one-sheets. This is a really nice selection of the most collected U.S. poster size, covering many years and genres, including many EXTREMELY popular titles. And this time we have many rare international styles, and some unfolded examples of popular titles you NEVER find unfolded (these were consigned by a European man who ran a theater there for many years, and his theater was sent most posters unfolded, even in the 1970s, when no U.S. theaters received them that way)!

In addition to the 144 FIFTY TWO Thai posters mentioned above, there is also a great selection of posters from TWENTY other countries! Truly this IS "The World of Movie Posters", but you don't have to take many plane trips to find them! And as of right now, a LOT of these posters are at REALLY low prices!

We also have many other extremely rare and desirable U.S. and non-U.S. movie posters (and many non-movie posters), and you can easily find those other types of interest to you, by using our great Search Filters (located to the left of each of our galleries) if you are wanting to quickly see all we are auctioning on a particular star, genre, decade or whatever!

So if you want to quickly see solely the selection of TWENTY TWO posters from Star Wars movies (a nice selection!), then all you have to do is click on the Search Filter that says "Star Wars", and it will take you to just those 22 auctions at (and the same works for the many other Search Filters). Using our Search Filters will make your time spent looking at our auctions FAR more productive, and it helps make certain you don't miss any items of interest to you!

Even if you have yet looked over these 950 oversized and standard rolled posters (U.S., non-U.S., and NON-movie posters), you really should consider doing so now, because you may NEVER find deals better than these on these lower priced items closing very soon, and with such a massive selection we feel there are likely some items for every collector!
I looked at one and added this to all eight auctions with it:

There is a 3/4" x 2" sticker (with the name of a collector on it) on the back of the poster that is only slightly visible from the front in the blank area. A professional restorer or talented amateur could use a solvent (such as Bestine or Un-Du) to remove it without damaging the poster.
Posters By Country / Re: Thai movie posters
« Last post by eatbrie on September 28, 2023, 01:05:17 PM »
Awesome!!!  I love it when it happens.


Posters By Country / Re: Thai movie posters
« Last post by Rooster112 on September 28, 2023, 12:41:52 PM »
Thank you to everyone for the help. I located it.  :)
Wanted / Re: WTB: Boogie Nights 1997 Thai version poster
« Last post by Rooster112 on September 28, 2023, 12:37:22 PM »
Found it!  thumbsup.gif
I will try to quickly locate one when I get to work and see what it means (I did not condition or see any of the posters in question)
General Discussion / Re: This is just how I roll...
« Last post by Neo on September 27, 2023, 08:57:44 PM »
Bruce, there are several items in this "unfolded" round that mention a collector sticker on the back. Honestly I have no clue WTF that means, and really once again would love to have a picture of the back of the posters if there is something worth calling out on the condition of the item.
General Discussion / Re: This is just how I roll...
« Last post by Tob on September 27, 2023, 12:24:17 PM »
That is cool! We need a UK collector to get a QUADFATHER one next
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