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Fabulous posters, Richard. Some of the best I've ever seen.


Hope this isn't too big, but it's the smallest one I could find. You may have to scroll a bit to see the right edge.



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Burton...yeah, sort of.


Mature...yeah, definitely.


But that sure doesn't look like Simmons to ME, anyway.


(...which reminds me...I think I'll ask MultiEye to post some pics of that little cutie in his "Gorgeous Women of the Silver Screen" thread, and of whom I don't think he's gotten to as of yet)

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That ROBIN HOOD poster is what is known as an "Other Company" one-sheet.  It was made by an independent company who made alternate campaign materials for Warners, Paramount, UA and some indies.

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ANNIE OAKLEY is one of my favorite unheralded films of the 30's.  Director Stevens' recreation of the early barnstorming days of Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show was dripping with authentic atmosphere.  A genuinely charming movie.

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Interesting to see the various styles used (For different release areas? Magazines and newspapers with different reader bases?) from traditional to modern:


Hip and trendy:






More conservative:




'20s design:



Throwback to the early '20s and maybe WWI:



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