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October 28, 2007 in Remembering Kyle in Hollywood
*"Wow! What a nice poster! I had not seen a poster for this one before."* - Scottman
It is the only poster for the film that I have ever seen too. Glad you like it.
Kyle In Hollywood
I hadn't seen the that poster for *TWO ARABIAN KNIGHTS* before at all either, but I added some Lobby-cards. Thanks for finding it. A great one. Need a regular poster for *THE DIVINE LADY.* Hope people are recording both movies.
Tuesday, February 22nd
(Click Through On Above Image to Access Larger Versions. Select "Actions", then "View All Sizes".)
*"Need a regular poster for THE DIVINE LADY."* - gagman66
Jeffrey, did you miss this poster that I posted last August?
Or were you looking for a U.S. poster?
Wednesday, February 23rd
Thursday, February 24th
Friday, February 25th
*Bus Stop* (1956) France
Saturday, February 26th
(1942 re-issue poster)
Delightful! And since I'm up abnormally early for a Saturday (apparently even after being back for two days, my internal clock is still resetting itself from UK time), I will be able to watch this this morning.
I'm not sure why it's so exciting since I've seen it dozens of times and I own the DVD, but Errol Flynn will do that to a person.
*"Delightful!"* - M'Lady Minya
Glad you approve. Over the past three years, I've posted the original One-Sheet. the Original 3-Sheet and a very rare Original 6-Sheet poster for the film. All of which are breathtakingly beautiful. (I think I've even posted some foreign posters too.) But, plain as it is, the simplicity and "joy" in today's image made me smile so I was happy to add it to the Gallery.
*"...I'm up abnormally early for a Saturday (apparently even after being back for two days, my internal clock is still resetting itself from UK time..."*
Ack! You left for London and have returned! And I didn't have the chance to post a send-off for you. I can't believe I let that slip by. (And that you didn't remind me!) I hope you had a wonderful time, M'Lady and were treated like the Bond Girl that I know you are. Or Lady Marian, if you prefer.
"Welcome back from Sherwood Forest, M'Lady"
Edited by: hlywdkjk on Feb 26, 2011 6:07 PM
(Showing early Sunday Morning)
Sunday, February 27th
(Advance Release Poster)
Been a while off the boards, Kyle, but happy to see you're still posting posters like crazy!!! Keep 'em coming, my friend!!!
*"Welcome back from Sherwood Forest, M'Lady"*
Thank you, kind sir! I'm wavering between post vacation depression (I really loved London and I can't wait to go back) and the thrill of sleeping in my own bed again after two weeks of air matresses and hotel rooms (we stayed with a friend in the UK and made hops to Prague, Edinburgh and Reykjavik).
*Ack! You left for London and have returned! And I didn't have the chance to post a send-off for you. I can't believe I let that slip by. (And that you didn't remind me!) I hope you had a wonderful time, M'Lady and were treated like the Bond Girl that I know you are. Or Lady Marian, if you prefer.*
No worries! I was running around like a chicken with its head cut off before we left. Although we were a little ambitious in the planning, the trip itself was great. I enjoy the experience of seeing new places. I just wish we had Star Trek type travel capabilities; I spent way too much time in planes and airports.
Oh gosh - You just took my dream trip - London, Prague and Edinburgh!
I've been to London twice and could go back again and again, but I long to go to the other two cities...
It's great to have you back!
Monday, February 28th
(Rare 2-Sheet Poster)
Very cool flick, Kyle, thanks!
*"Very cool flick, Kyle, thanks!"* - markbeckuaf
You're welcome, my man.
Happy to know that you are finding one or two things to watch during the "31 Days..." event. (But I know how much you are looking forward to the March Schedule. (Did you get a good look at April and May too?)
Yes, I sure did get a chance to preview both April and May, both look totally groovy to me!
March is looking out of sight! It's nearly here!
Tuesday, March 1st
*The Emperor Waltz* (1948) Italy
This poster really makes me want to see the movie. It's somehow been entirely off my radar. The artwork nicely captures the era and I like how the dogs appear to be relating, so I'll assume the leads "meet cute" through their dogs? And Billy Wilder. Really looking forward to this one now, though I'm struggling a little to put Bing and Joan Fontaine together in my mind.
*"Really looking forward to this one now, though I'm struggling a little to put Bing and Joan Fontaine together in my mind."* - DougieB
So, what did you think? Was it as interesting as the poster led you to believe? (I got home too late.)
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