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why they left out the Giant Claw's head

 

That's easy... Because.. the claws were so GIANT they couldn't fit the head into the picture! ha. (Ok, I admit it was lame.. but it was just SITTING there waiting for me.. ha) :-)

 

(Fun posters there, Mr. In Hollywood. Thanks!)

 

Edited by: rohanaka on Jun 9, 2011 11:45 AM

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June 11th

 

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Promotional Artwork (likely for a Theater Marquee Banner)

 

(Click Through on Above Image to Access Larger Versions)

 

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(Click Through on Above Image to Access Larger Versions)

 

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*King And Country* (1966) France

 

Edited by: hlywdkjk on Jun 11, 2011 4:59 AM

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*"Interesting, virtually the same poster..."* - smileys

 

While it isn't apparent in the Forums, the full-color poster measures 27" x 41" and was shipped to theaters folded flat. The duo-tone poster measures 40" x 60", is printed on a heavier paper (card stock) and was shipped rolled.

 

Kyle In Hollywood

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June 17th

 

I haven't a clue how to post an image anymore. The "old way" isn't working.

 

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June 17th

 

 

<a href=" film_posterJune17" title="film_posterJune17 by hlywdkjk, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5068/5824466623_93295535b1_b.jpg" width="436" height="667" alt="film_posterJune17"></a>

 

 

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If I figure it out, I'll resume.

 

Kyle In Hollywood

 

Edited by: hlywdkjk on Jun 17, 2011 7:50 AM

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mongo -

 

I figured out that to use the codes I've used all along, one needs to use the "Plain Text" option.

 

At the top of the composition window, you should see three tabs -

"Rich Text"

"Plain Text"

"Preview"

 

When the window first opens and fully loads, click on the "Plain Text" tab and you will see the "old" composition window. Write (or paste) your text that worked before into the compostition area and then hit preview. If you see your image display in "preview", then it will display in the thread.

 

Hope that is helpful, my friend.

 

Kyle In Hollywood

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