To: Rich
Subject: RE: Free Catalogs: Vintage Movie Posters

you can search our list for title/alternative title

***7000 Original Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Horror, Monster Movie Posters---1940's-1970's***

The Posters are original, and come from a Regional Film Archive in Mexico City. They were designed in Hollywood and printed in Mexico. Each Poster contains the same design elements found on Posters from the US. They contain both stills from the Film and also design elements from the One Sheet Poster. The typography, photos, artwork, stars names, credits, drawings, scenes, emotional impact, appeal, and intrinsic value are virtually the same as Posters from Hollywood or any other international Metropolis where the film had been shown.

Email me with your selections, and I will respond with prices.


To: Little Caesar
Subject: RE: Free Catalogs: Vintage Movie Posters

Darn! I couldn't find any Red Dot! films anywhere on your list. I guess I can understand that, as Burt Starrington (Red Dot!'s main actor) was killed in a bus accident after filming "Kill Kill and Kill Again". Then Lorianne Durmar had a heart attack after shooting "Doctor Death's Castle of Fiendish Voodoo Slaves". Red Dot! didn't do anything after that, and much of their merchandise was lost when the barn containing all their stuff burned down.

But I noticed the posters came from an archive in Mexico City, so maybe some of my favorite Mexican films might be there. I am looking for "Diablo Blanco" starring Hector Villinueva. It's about this stockbroker who gets a disease from a zombie and it causes him to start glowing and lurking in the sewers. He eventually gets chased into a volcano by the Mexican army. I'm also looking for "Pantalones Del Fuego", an old love story about a lady who works in a Hula Hoop factory. She meets this homeless guy addicted to cough syrup, and they run off to La Paz to find the lady's rich uncle, who turns out to be an escaped Nazi war criminal. I think Carlos Carnival is in this, but I may be thinking of "Hormiga y Vaca". In any case, if you have these posters, it'd be great!

Thanks!

Rich Kyanka


To: Rich
Subject: RE: Free Catalogs: Vintage Movie Posters

unfortunately---we have not yet gotten to the 35,000 posters from Mexican films

plots sound verrry Mexican Cinema

perhaps on your next surfing vacation to So CA---youll take time out to help search the titles

gary


To: Little Caesar
Subject: RE: Free Catalogs: Vintage Movie Posters

Well, FUCK!

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