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Kyle In Hollywood's CENSORED Poster Gallery


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Saturday, October 1st

 

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Chief,

 

I'm so glad to see you doing a "Buster" gallery this month.

 

Was *The General* poster done back in the late 1960s/early 1970s when Buster, the Marx Brothers, Bogey, Cagney and others were being rediscovered?

 

It certainly has that feel to it!

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*"Was The General poster done back in the late 1960s/early 1970s when Buster, the Marx Brothers, Bogey, Cagney and others were being rediscovered? It certainly has that feel to it!"* - lzcutter

 

While the image/poster may have been reprinted during the "nostalgia revival" of the '70s, the original artwork was done in the '20s.

 

It isn't very often that a artist "signs" his poster work but this *The General* does have the artist's name at the bottom - "Hap" Hadley.

 

Hadley created posters and other materials throughout the 20s and 30s. I think his cariacature of Keaton is probably his best known "creation" - while others believe his poster for Chaplin's *The Circus* is his "masterpiece".

 

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You'll be seeing more "Hadley" tomorrow.

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Sunday, October 2nd

 

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*The Time Machine* (1960) Germany

 

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*"That German image of The General isn't working here, but it's fine at flickr."* - smileys

 

Strange. Are you saying that the image didn't display? Because I could see it in preview and on the page.

 

I copied the link anew and reposted it in the message. Please let me know if you still can't see it.

 

Kyle In Hollywood

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> {quote:title=hlywdkjk wrote:}{quote}*"That German image of The General isn't working here, but it's fine at flickr."* - smileys

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> Strange. Are you saying that the image didn't display? Because I could see it in preview and on the page.

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> I copied the link anew and reposted it in the message. Please let me know if you still can't see it.

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> Kyle In Hollywood

 

 

 

They're all coming over fine for me.

 

 

Thanks as always for posting them!

 

 

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Tuesday, October 4th

 

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*Speak Easily* (1932) Sweden

 

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*The Electric House* (1922) Sweden

 

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*"Everywhere you look there's Keaton. Works for me. Thanks."* - movieman1958

 

Can one ever see too much Buster? I don't think it's possible. Glad you think so too.

 

Thanks for chiming in!

 

Kyle In Hollywood

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*"Loving all the Buster Keaton stuff!"*

 

Merci, Mlle. Minya.

 

*"I would love to solve a murder mystery with Robert Montgomery."*

 

You want to be the blonde in the strapless number, don't ya? Don't blame ya at all.

 

Kyle In Hollywood

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*"Wow. Love The Gay Sisters..."* - smileys

 

Well, that's good. I tend to shy away from posters that are mostly photographic but the film is shown so seldom that I thought I'd acknowledge it here.

 

*"...and The Goat , too, though I can't remember seeing that one here before."*

 

It was back in 2009 during "31 Days Of Oscar" when I paired posters from nominated films with posters from films that came out in the years before the first Oscar ceremony. *The Goat* was paired with *Mr. Hulot's Holiday* from that later "silent" filmmaker Jacques Tati.

 

Kyle In Hollywood

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