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Kyle In Hollywood's CENSORED Poster Gallery


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*"Kyle - That one is gorgeous!"* - JackFavell

 

I am glad you like it. Thanks for saying so.

 

And lest anyone think I rudely ignored "Korda Night", it was only because I had already posted images from virtually all the films in tonight's line-up.

 

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Kyle,

 

Peter Max! My early teen years just flashed before my eyes. The middle poster is just downright scary.

 

The last one of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band is fun.

 

*Paint Your Wagon* is a guilty pleasure of mine if only for Lee Marvin.

 

Oh, and Harve Presnell signing They Call the Wind Maria .

 

Thanks for the stroll down memory lane.

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Looney Tunes! Very cool, Kylefornia. And how apropos.

 

And is it me or is Loretta Young wearing long black (?) gloves in the Heroes for Sale

poster? Why doesn't this surprise me?

 

Love the poster for The Long Night. Excellent choice.

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*What drugs were they on when they designed those "Paint Your Wagon" posters ?!*

 

Joe,

 

Maybe some really good acid or maybe some magic mushrooms. Both were popular back in the day.

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*Obviously they were trying to market the movie to a younger audience- because yeah I can see a lot of 1970's kids standing in line to hear Clint Eastwood sing.*

 

This cracks me up because I've never actually seen Paint Your Wagon, so when it appeared on an episode of the Simpson's, I assumed that they were lampooning the movie when they showed Clint Eastwood singing. It was only just recently that I found out that they weren't kidding. :)

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I love the Looney Tunes stuff!

 

I'm glad I had room on my DVR to record all of last night's shows. Phantom Tollbooth is one of my all time favorite kid's books, but I'd never seen the movie.

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