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Kyle In Hollywood's CENSORED Poster Gallery


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Hi bOb!

 

I think the poster for *Son Of Tarzan* is one of the most surprising images I have ever seen. It made me sit back and say "Wow! Is Tarzan trying to get to first base?"

 

Have fun taking in all those images. There are some real special ones in there.

 

Kyle In Hollywood

 

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*"Kyle, saw this and thought of you."* - MissGoddess

 

Thanks MissGoddess. That looks quite interesting.

 

While recently goofing around online, I came across a reference to a book titled "Now Playing" all about hand-painted art/posters created for movie theaters during the first half of the century.

http://www.altfg.com/blog/books/now-playing-movie-poster-art-book/

 

It was more common that one might think for theater owners to commission original artwork for their theaters rather than using the studio-issued materials. (Though the author had no succinct explanation why owners would do that.)

http://www.altfg.com/blog/interviews/anthony-slide-interview-now-playing/

 

The artist featured at MOMA is featured prominently in the book also.

 

Thanks again for the link.

 

Kyle In Hollywood

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FrankGrimes, FilmFatale, joefilmone, MissGoddess & CineMaven -

 

Thanks for the good wishes. Hope you all had a memorable Holiday.

 

So, who got the wishbone?

 

Wishbone

(For some reason I think of "MissGoddess" and "FrankGrimes" when looking at this image.)

 

Kyle In Hollywood

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Good morn, Kylefornia. I hope you had a very nice Thanksgiving.

 

(For some reason I think of "MissGoddess" and "FrankGrimes" when looking at this image.)

 

Think again. That guy is too snazzy to be me. Plus, if it were me, you'd see champagne all over me.

 

FYI, even if the guy ends up with more wishbone, Miss G still wins.

 

And I'm completely with you on The Parallax View recommendation to Plungey. It's one of my favorite films of the 70s.

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