Possibly the only one left in existence. The fake shown here on the right is pretty good, but upon closer examination you can see the fonts are slightly pixelated as well as a few other minor printing differences. Once you place an order, you or someone you know can pick it up at a Kmart store, have it shipped or delivered to a U. Comparison photo of a known original on the left , versus a fake on the right. Produced in 1965-1966 before the film was picked up for national distribution and used to promote a showing at Hoover High School in San Diego.
Soon these little creatures are now huge and eating humans. It is believed that only a few hundred of these were printed for cast and crew. This is one of several printings from the late 1970's. A printer's proof is far more rare than a regular one sheet poster, and there is no fear of purchasing a reproduction. You may not alter or remove any trademark, copyright or other notice from copies of the content.
This film was re released several times in the late 70's and early 80's. Tiny ding on right border. Subway sheets are printed on a thicker paper than one-sheets. The film ran for years in the midnight theatre circuit. Before mounting it appears to have been in near perfect unused condition. This was meant for display in theaters in 1982 during it's initial release.
Reprints exist but are sized differently. Reprints exist but are sized differently. To register to bid on our auctions,. For more information please see lynchposters. Posters were needed in a continuous fashion rather than for a specific release date. Gore Graphics printed many of the posters for the National Screen Service.
He saved a few posters that he liked as they came off the press. Once they were approved, the final posters would be printed and the proofs normally were destroyed. You can pay for your order in a store or even use an international credit card. A printer's proof is far more rare than a regular one sheet poster, and there is no fear of purchasing a reproduction. No tears, no tape, no pin holes, no writing, no stains. Go to our current auctions in our , and you will quickly see why we are the most trusted auction site! There were several runs of posters made as the demand for the film increased.
Only a few hundred were printed. Typical fold line touch up and restoration. Reprints exist but are sized differently. We have heard that there were several different fakes made at different times with varying sizes and print quality. No tears, no tape, no pin holes, no writing, no stains. A light faint printing ink scratch from when it was originally printed at top left, otherwise flawless.
Collins and the rest of the cast do what they can with the material they're given but the humans certainly aren't the high point of the film. It is believed that only a few hundred of these were printed for cast and crew. We did not even try to assemble this as we did not want to risk damaging it! If this will disappear completely. They can be seen clearly though if examined up close in person. They were always folded into quarters. Only visible upon extremely close up inspection.
. What they don't know is that a company has been pouring toxic waste in the ocean and unfortunately for them one barrel has found its way on shore and cute little ants have gotten into it. Very little general storage wear. He saved a few posters that he liked as they came off the press. We are the world's leading auctioneer of movie posters and related items. No tears, no tape, no pin holes. The Towne was a 3 screen theater with the smallest screen focusing on foreign and independent films.