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Joe's Quad Posters - K

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  • Joe's Quad Posters - K

    I don't have that many film posters in my collection with the film title that begins from K. Currently only 9 I'm afraid and here they are;

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  • #2
    Here are the last 4 film posters for the letter K

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    • #3
      Thanks again for these. BTW - Robert Vaughan should have sued the artist of 'The Karate Killers' - I'm not sure who that person is supposed to be, but it doesn't look much like Solo....

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      • #4
        Three of them featuring Terry-Thomas, I think I might have actually seen some of these.
        That collage style mess on the left of Kaleidoscope is amusing. Lots of garish colour, two disembodied legs in psychedelic-print tights, men in dinner jackets and a tagline "A switched-on thriller - a groovie movie"... that must be a classic poster! The setting of half the film in London - with an appropriate portion of British actors, is an extra draw for the members of this forum.
        Incidentally, what is that thing on the front of the radiator grille on the Rolls Royce. Is it an animal head?

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        • #5
          The poster design for Kaleidoscope was by the (American, I think) artist Bob Peak. Among other of his similar groovy designs in the 1960s were


          https://www.ebay.ie/itm/LIQUIDATOR-T...item569666ae08

          and the inspired Modesty Blaise
          http://www.moviepostermem.com/Modest...e-Poster/59188

          Add on top of that the flamboyance of the "Our Man" and "In Like" Flint posters then you get why I think that
          the 1960's was the most memorable decade in my lifetime certainly.

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          • #6
            Watched a programme on BBC2 over the weekend where a slightly damaged poster for Hammer's Dracula went for £5500.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by cassidy View Post
              Watched a programme on BBC2 over the weekend where a slightly damaged poster for Hammer's Dracula went for £5500.
              Buyer must have been "Batty"...

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Edward G View Post

                Buyer must have been "Batty"...
                The seller wasn't batty as he only paid £250 for it.

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