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*"I will be helping to take a six year old trick or treating..."* - Mlle. Minya

 

That's nice of you. I hope you get a Snickers bar or two out if it.

 

Kyle In Hollywood

 

Edited by: hlywdkjk on Oct 28, 2009 7:03 AM

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I have to say, every time I see the new Karloff posters, it makes me think of *Arsenic and Old Lace* and how Raymond Massey's character gets upset because everybody keeps telling him he reminds them of Boris Karloff. :)

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Nice work, as always.

Thank you so very much.

Tomorrow sounds fun.

HAPPY HALLOWEEN.

 

Nice colors in the posters for The Man With Nine Lives and The Devil Commands.

(Wish TMC were showing one or more of my favorite Karloff's, such as Frankenstein, Bride of Frankenstein, Son of Frankenstein, or The Mummy.)

 

The Nosferatu posters are horrific.

 

The creepiest and most striking of all might be The Match King.

The giant circle with red lettering at the top spelling out the title reminds me of a match head, with the two lovers chin-to-chin forming the matchstick.

The girl looks up with eyes closed but in open lust and trust, whereas the man seems lost in doubt, looking with open eye, down and away...

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When these posters were first loading, all I could see was the top of the red mask and I have to tell you, I thought it was a giant tomato. For a moment I thought it was a poster for *Attack of the Killer Tomatoes.* :)

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*"Psycho, Cat People, and The Curse of the Cat People? Sensory overload!"* - FrankGrimes

 

Well, it's been nearly two years since I last posted images for any of those films so I felt the time had come again.

 

*"This is my kind of Halloween party."*

 

And it is only the 30th.

 

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Kyle ( _still_ working on tomorrow's postings) In Hollywood

 

Edited by: hlywdkjk on Oct 30, 2009 7:04 PM

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> {quote:title=hlywdkjk wrote:}{quote}

> *"Please tell me it's the skull and I'm not missing the forest for the trees."* - Mlle. Minya

>

> No. You're not lost in the trees. I just wasn't sure if you noticed.

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> So, have you picked out a costume for Halloween? How's this?

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> Minya_Halloween001

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> Kyle In Hollywood

Are we sure she's a pirate? Maybe she's a buccaneer.

 

Edited by: casablancalover on Oct 31, 2009 9:08 AM

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*"Was this the first film to deny entry after it started? I remember a few movies using that hook for ads."* - DougieB

 

I think *Witness For The Prosecution* used the "No Entry" policy a few years before *Psycho* - but I am only guessing.

 

Kyle In Hollywood

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*"The creepiest and most striking of all might be The Match King. The giant circle with red lettering at the top spelling out the title reminds me of a match head, with the two lovers chin-to-chin forming the matchstick. The girl looks up with eyes closed but in open lust and trust, whereas the man seems lost in doubt, looking with open eye, down and away..."* - 'thewaymouth'

 

You certainly saw things there that I didn't - but after you pointed them out, a lot of it made sense. For me this poster was always a quintessential '30s film poster. Just perfect in its style and execution - even though it told you nothing about the plot of the film.

 

Thanks for the compliments and I hope you enjoy Halloween.

 

Kyle In Holllywood

 

Edited by: hlywdkjk on Oct 31, 2009 7:42 AM

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Chief,

 

The styling of *The Black Cat* is just wonderful. Foreign graphic designers must not have been under the same constraints as American poster designers.

 

Happy Halloween! and thank you for sharing these wonderful image with us!

 

And, btw, I agree with you, Mme. Minya is a pirate.

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Saturday, October 31st

 

h5. Happy Halloween

The *Universal - _International_* Collection

 

_Part Two_

 

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*The Mummy* (1932) Sweden

 

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*Son Of Frankenstein* (1935) Argentina

 

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*The Old Dark House* (1932) France

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Saturday, October 31st

 

h5. Happy Halloween

The *Universal - _International_* Collection

 

_Part Three_

 

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*The Wolf Man* (1941) Italy

 

 

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*The Invisible Man* (1933) France

 

 

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*The Raven* (1935) Argentina

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Saturday, October 31st

 

h5. Happy Halloween

The *Universal - _International_* Collection

 

_Conclusion_

 

 

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*The Bride Of Frankenstein* (1935) Spain

 

 

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*The Invisible Man Returns* (1940) Italy

 

 

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*The Phantom Of The Opera* (1943) France

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