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I have the 25 x 36 version and the poster would have been distributed to bike stores. It is not a commercial "for purchase" poster. I am surprised Bruce is not selling this as a single lot.

Mark

that's what I said to someone earlier in conversation
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You have a partner in crime here, then, Phantom1925.  thumbsup.gif

When I was in HS, I bought the full film on 8mm from Blackhawk Films (it included the color Bal Masque sequence), and ive watched the film more times than I can count, getting versions on VHS, and later the various releases on DVD.

I still have that Blackhawk Films 8mm print. It would be fun to watch that again, enjoying the clacking sound of the projector.

All I need is a projector. ;)
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General Discussion / Re: What did you just watch?
« Last post by Zorba on April 22, 2018, 10:08:40 PM »
Justice League and Dunkirk on 4k.

Both are awesome visually.

Dunkirk is even better the second time. Great film.

Justice League is better than its reviews for sure but Batman is shit.
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Thank you for the warm welcome Jeff  :)

I probably saw it for the first time when I was 15.  My mom bought a "Hollywood Classics" VHS from Sam Goody for me and we watched it later on.  Despite the lousy transfer, EP-tape speed, and cobbled together score, it still held its magic.  And hey, it's a nice memory with mom - she was always encouraging me with my interests.  Then came the beautiful Milestone DVD and I was hooked forever - beautiful Photoplay Productions version with a lovely transfer and that superb Carl Davis score, plus all those amazing extras.  That edition still hasn't been topped.
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I have the 25 x 36 version and the poster would have been distributed to bike stores. It is not a commercial "for purchase" poster. I am surprised Bruce is not selling this as a single lot.

Mark

I did just send them an email asking about it being listed with the other prints and the effect it will have not only being in with them but being the very last image and no description at all on it. Will see what comes of it. Bruce and his people have always been good to me so am sure they will make the right decision int he end.
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The rest are commercial, yes. I honestly do not remember what the sizes are for the others.

I was very surprised as well that Bruce put it in with the lot of regular ones. I honestly figured he would put the others in a bulk lot and the Bike poster in by itself.
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 welcome1, Phantom1925!

A fellow collector after my own heart. This film inspired me to get into the "biz" today, here in LA.

I was transfixed by the film, from the time I first saw it, at age 13.

And enjoy the forum, too. Lots of good poster folks are part of the gathering here.

Jeff
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Extremely glad to be here and to converse with fellow collectors.  I'm big into the 1925 Phantom of the Opera and have been on the hunt for scans of stills and rare material, in addition to attempting to create a new restoration of what survives of the original longer version.  As you may know, the longer "original" version largely survives on subpar prints.  Hopefully we'll get there and produce something quite special!
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Please Check out this week's current auction ending Sunday 4.22 at 9pm Est. An excellent offering this week with some nice titles in nice condition. Some great Stills and lots as well. 57 piece Still Set from Bonnie and Clyde and a stunning set of 21 stills from Man from Laramie with many great portraits and candids.

Also two great Original Champion/Corp. A Fox Technicolor Pin-Up Lithographs of Marilyn Monroe and Jayne Mansfield.
https://www.movieposterexchange.com/buy.php?list=weekly
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Thanks, Mark.

Is the bike poster the only one of that grouping that measures 25x36?

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