Monday, September 17, 2018

Vulcan Son of Jupiter 1962 Iloosh Khoshbe Italian locandina

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Vulcan, Son of Jupiter (1962) - (Iloosh Khoshabe) Italian locandina

This is a 12.75" x 27.25" Italian locandina for the 1962 Emimmo Salvi Italian/Iranian film Vulcan, Son of Jupiter AKA Vulcan Son of Giove based on a story by Emimmo Salvi, screenplay by Ambrogio Molteni, Gino Stafford, Benito Ilforte and Emimmo Salvi and starring Iloosh Khoshabe AKA Rod Flash as Vulcan the blacksmith. Plot summary: In ancient Greece there is trouble on Mount Olympus when Venus [Annie Gorassini] upsets her father Jupiter [Furio Meniconi] with her sexual promiscuity. Jupiter decides to marry her off either to Vulcan or Mars, [Roger Browne] but Mars abducts her and makes plans to attack Jupiter from a high bamboo tower.

Cast and crew: Emimmo Salvi, Ambrogio Molteni, Gino Stafford, Benito Ilforte, Bella Cortez, Iloosh Khoshabe, Liliana Zagra, Furio Miniconi, Roger Browne, Omero Gargano, Isarco Ravaioli, Yvonne Sire, Salvatore Furnari, Ugo Sabetta, Renzo Stefilongo, Edda Ferronao, Paolo Pieri, Pasquale Fasciano, Giuseppe Trinca



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My Son, the Hero 1962 Giuliano Gemma Italian locandina

My Son, the Hero (1962) - (Giuliano Gemma) Italian locandina

This is a 12" x 27" Italian locandina designed by Mauro Collizi for the 1962 Duccio Tessari film My Son, The Hero AKA Arrivano i titani adapted by Ennio De Concini and Duccio Tessari and starring Giuliano Gemma as Krios. Plot summary: The Earth-goddess Gaia has seven sons known as the Titans. The weakest among them is Krios, [Giuliano Gemma] but he is also the smartest and therefore the leader. When he arrives in Crete, with his prowess as a gladiator he earns the trust and respect of King Cadmus [Pedro Armendariz], but it is only temporary.

Cast and crew: Duccio Tessari, Mauro Collizi, Ennio De Concini, Pedro Armendáriz, Giuliano Gem\ ma, Antonella Lualdi, Serge Nubret, Jacqueline Sassard, Gérard Séty, Tanya Lopert, Ingrid Schoe\ ller, Franco Lantieri, Monica Berger, Maria Luisa Rispoli, Isarco Ravailoli, Fernando Rey, Aldo P\ edinotti, Fernando Sancho



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Goliath and the Vampires 1961 Gordon Scott Italian locandina

Goliath and the Vampires (1961) - (Gordon Scott) Italian locandina

This is a 13" x 27.5" Italian locandina designed by Symeoni for the 1961 Sergio Corbucci and Giacomo Gentilomo film Goliath and the Vampires AKA Maciste contro il vampiro starring Gordon Scott as Goliath. Plot summary: Raiders abduct Goliath's girlfriend Julia ]Leonora Ruffo] and take her to the Island of Salmanak. Goliath and Ciro [Rocco Vidolazzi] follow in a rescue attempt. The island is controlled by the vampire/sorcerer Kobrak [Guido Celano].

Cast and crew: Sergio Corbucci, Giacomo Gentilomo, Symeoni, Duccio Tessari, Gordon Scott, Leonora Ruffo, Jacques Sernas, Gianna Maria Canale, Rocco Vidolazzi, Mario feliciani, Vanoye Aikens, Annabella Incontrera, Guido Celano, Emma Baron, Renato Terra



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Funny Face 1957 Audrey Hepburn US one-sheet

Funny Face (1957) - (Audrey Hepburn) US one-sheet

This is a 27" x 41" US one-sheet poster for the 1957 Stanley Donen film Funny Face based on a screenplay by Leonard Gershe and starring Audrey Hepburn as Jo Stockton. Plot summary: Dick Avery [Fred Astaire] uses a Greenwich Village bookstore as the setting for a photo session with a model. After the session he helps salesgirl Jo Stockton clean up the shop and then offers her a modeling contract. She accepts because it includes a trip to Paris, and later becomes friendly with Dick Avery.

Cast and crew: Stanley Donen, Leonard Gershe, Audrey Hepburn, Fred Astaire, Kay Thompson, Michel Auclair, Robert Flemyng, Dovima, Suzy Parker, Sunny Hartnett, Jean Del Val, Virginia Gibson, Sue England, Ruta Lee, Alex Gerry, Iphinenie Castiglioni



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The Life of Christ 1938 Ahmad Alam Egyptian rerelease one-sheet

The Life of Christ (1938) - (Ahmad Alam) Egyptian one-sheet

This is a 27" x39" Egyptian rereleae one-sheet poster for the 1938 Mohamed Abdel Gawad film The Life of Christ based on a screenplay by Taha Hussein. Plot summary: The film follows the life of Christ as told in the New Testament.

Cast and crew: Mohamed Abdel Gawad, Taha Hussein, Aziza Helmy, Ahmed Alam, Samiha Ayyoub, Abdel Alim Khattab, Salah Sarhan, Tewfik El Dekn, Saad Ardash, Stephan Rosti, Abdel Salam Mohamed, Fawzia Ibrahim, Afaf Shaker



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Friday, September 14, 2018

Invincible Brothers Maciste 1964 Iloosh Khoshabe Italian locandina

The Invincible Brothers Maciste (1964) - (Iloosh Khoshabe) Italian locandina

This is a 12" x 27" Italian locandina designed by Rodolfo Gasparri for the 1964 Roberto Mauri film The Invincible Brothers Maciste AKA The Invincible Gladiators written by Roberto Mauri and Edoardo Mulargia and starring Iloosh Khoshabe AKA Richard Lloyd as Maciste the Elder. Plot summary: In a cave behind the giant Waterfall of the Gods the evil Queen Thaliade [Claudi Lange] rules an underground kingdom and forces her slave subjects to turn a giant waterwheel, which keeps the underground kingdom supplied with air. She has a large cadre of mute armed leopard men who flog the slaves and do her bidding. When the leopard men abduct Diana [Ursula Davis], the fiance of Prince Akim, [Anthony Steffen] the Elder and the Younger [Mario Novelli] Brothers Maciste invade the cave to set things right.

Cast and crew: Roberto Mauri, Rodolfo Gasparri, Edoardo Mulargia, Iloosh Khoshabe, Richard Lloyd, Tony Freeman, Mario Novelli, Claudie Lange, Anthony Steffen, Ursula Davis, Gia Sandri, Stevenson Lang, Ferruccio Viotti, Franco Visconti, Noelle Dumas, Rugh von Hagen



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Quanto sei bella Roma 1959 Claudio Villa Italian locandina

Quanto sei bella Roma (1959) - (Claudio Villa) Italian locandina

This is a 13" x 27.5" Italian locandina for the 1959 Marino Girolami film Quanto sei bella Roma based on a story by Giorgio Simonelli and Gianfranco Parolini, screenplay by Gianfranco Parolini and starring Claudio Villa as Claudio. Plot summary: Two Italian taxi drivers make their girlfriends jealous when they act as guides to two tourist women.

Cast and crew: Marino Girolami, Gianfranco Parolini, Giorgio Simonelli, Claudio Villa, Ennio Girolami, Lorella De Luca, Maria Fiore, Raffaele Pisu, Carlo Delle Piane, Laura Granados, Maruja Bustos, María del Valle, Manolo Gómez Bur, Alberto Sorrentino, Roberto Villa, Juan Calvo, Félix de Pomés, Ignazio Dolce



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The Executioner of Venice 1963 Lex Barker Italian locandina

The Executioner of Venice (1963) - (Lex Barker) Italian locandina

This is a 13" x 25.5" Italian locandina designed by Renato Casaro for the 1963 Luigi Capuano film The Executioner of Venice AKA Il boia di Venezia based on a story by Ottavio Poggi, screenplay by Milton Krims and starring Lex Barker as Sandrigo Bembo. Plot summary: In 17th Century Venice during the Inquisition Sandrigo Bembo,the son of the Doge Giovanni Bembo [Feodor Chaliapin Jr.] is falsely accused of treason by the Grand Inquisitor Rodrigo Zeno [Guy Madison].

Cast and crew: Luigi Capuano, Renato Casaro, Milton Krims, Ottavio Poggi, Lex Barker, Guy Madison, Alessandra Panaro, Mario Petri, Alberto Farnese, Giulio Marchetti, Feodor Chaliapin Jr., Franco Fantasia, Raf Baldassarre, Mirella Roxy, Marija Tocinoski, John Bartha, Attilio Severini, Biulio Maculani, Giuliana Farnese



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Wednesday, September 12, 2018

A Girl against Napoleon 1959 Sara Monteil Italian locandina

A Girl against Napoleon (1959) - (Sara Monteil) Italian locandina

This is a 13" x 27.5" Italian locandina designed by Alfredo Capitani for the 1959 Tulio Demicheli film A Girl against Napoleon AKA Duello implacabile AKA Carmen la de Ronda based on the 1845 Prosper Mérimée novella Carmen and starring Sara Monteil as Carmen. Plot summary: In 1808 during Spain's occupation by Napoleonic troops, Carmen, a beautiful gypsy, is torn between her love for a Spanish rebel and a French officer.

Cast and crew: Tulio Demicheli, Alfredo Capitani, Prosper Mérimée (1845 novella Carmen), Georges Bizet, Alfonso Sastre, Antonio Mas Guindal, Jorge Mistral, Maurice Ronet, Germán Cobos, José Marco Davó, Félix Fernández, María de los Ángeles Hortelano, Santiago Rivero, Alfonso Rojas, Agustín González, Antonio Delgado, Pilar Gómez Ferrer, Manuel Guitián, Teresa Gisbert, Joaquín Bergía



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Totò le mokò 1949 Totò Italian locandina

Totò le mokò (1949) - (Totò) Italian locandina

This is a 13" x 27.5" Italian country-of-origin locandina designed by Rinaldo Geleng for the 1949 Carlo Ludovico Bragaglia black comedy Totò le mokò AKA Il bandito della Casbah based on the 1931 Henri La Barthe French novel Pépé le Moko, screenplay by Arduino Maiuri and starring Totò as Antonio Lumaconi / Totò le Mokò. Plot summary: When the mobster Pep le Mok dies in a police shootout, his gang decides to replace him with one of his relatives from Naples, a street musician named Antinio Lumaconi.

Cast and crew: Carlo Ludovico Bragaglia, Rinaldo Geleng, Arduino Maiuri, Vittorio Metz, Furio Scarpelli, Sandro Continenza, Totò, Gianna Maria Canale, Carla Calò, Franca Marzi, Elena Altieri, Luigi Pavese, Mario Castellani, Carlo Ninchi



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The Magnificent Gladiator 1964 Mark Forest Italian locandina

The Magnificent Gladiator (1964) - (Mark Forest) Italian locandina

This is a 12" x 27.5" locandina for the 1964 film The Magnificent Gladiator AKA Il magnifico gladiatore written and directed by Antonio Brescia and starring Mark Forest as Hercules/Attalus. Plot summary: In the early Second Century in what was to become the Province of Dacia [currently Romania], Roman soldiers capture Attalus. They take him to Rome where he fights in the arena as a gladiator and impresses Emperor Caesar Galienus [Franco Cobianchi]. A bitter rivalry soon develops between Attalus and Zuddo, [Paolo Gozlino] commander of the Praetorian Guards, for the love of Velida, [Marilù Tolo] the emperor's daughter.

Cast and crew: Alfonso Brescia, Mark Forest, Marilù Tolo, Paolo Gozlino, Jolanda Modio, Franco Cobianchi, Oreste Lionello, Nazzareno Zamperla, Fedele Gentile, Giulio Tomei, Renato Montalbano



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Man from Nowhere 1966 Giuliano Gemma Italian locandina

Man from Nowhere (1966) - (Giuliano Gemma) Italian locandina

This is a 12.5" x 25.25" Italian locandina for the 1966 Michele Lupo spaghetti western Man from Nowhere AKA Arizona Colt based on a story by Ernesto Gastaldi and Luciano Martino, screenplay by Ernesto Gastaldi and starring Giuliano Gemma as Arizona Colt. Plot summary: Bandit Gordo [Fernando Sancho] frees a group of prisoners with an ultimatum that they must join his gang or die. Arizona Colt decides he will do neither and sets out for Blackstone Hill, the site of an upcoming Gordo robbery. After one of Gordo's men murders saloon girl Dolores [Rosalba Neri] Arizona tells her father Pete [Andrea Bosic] he will get the killer in exchange for $500 and Jane, [Corrine Marchand] Dolores's sister.

Cast and crew: Michele Lupo, Giuliano Gemma, Ernesto Gastaldi, Luciano Martino, Lewis Ciannelli, Fernando Sancho, Corinne Marchand, Nello Pazzafini, Andrea Bosic, Roberto Carmardiel, Mirko Ellis, Gérard Lartigau, Rosalba Neri, Pietro Tordi, José Manuel Martín, Gianni Solaro, Valentino Macchi, Renato Chiantoni, Tom Felleghy



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Di Tresette ce n'è uno, tutti gli altri son nessuno (1976) - (George Hilton) Italian locandina

Di Tresette ce n'è uno, tutti gli altri son nessuno (1974) - (George Hilton) Italian locandina

This is a 12.5" x 27" Italian locandina designed by Renato Casaro for the 1976 Anthony Ascott spaghetti western Di Tresette ce n'è uno, tutti gli altri son nessuno AKA Dicke Luft in Sacramento based on a screenplay by Tito Carpi and starring George Hilton as Tresette/Tricky Dicky. Plot summary: Trisette and his powerful companion Paco [Chris Huerta] are out to commandeer some stolen treasure. Gunmen and the Ku Klux Klan stand in their way as obstacles.

Cast and crew: Giuliano Carnimeo, Renato Casaro, Anthony Ascott, Tito Carpi, George Hilton, Cris Huerta, Riccardo Garrone, Gino Pagnani, Nello Pazzafini, Dante Maggio, Enzo Maggio, Renato Baldini, Memmo Carotenuto, Antonio Moselesan, Aldo Cecconi, Ettore Arena, Oscar giustini, Ottorino Polentini



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Monday, September 10, 2018

The Black Tulip 1964 Alain Delon Italian locandina

The Black Tulip (1964) - (Alain Delon) Italian locandina

This is an 11.5" x 27" Italian locandina for the 1964 Christian-Jaque film The Black Tulip based loosely on the 1850 Alexandre Dumas novel La Tulipe Noire and starring Alain Delon as Julien de Saint Preux / Guillaume de Saint Preux. Plot summary: During the French revolution in the town of Roussillon an arisotcrat named Guillaume de Saint Preux was robbing his fellow aristocrats as the Black Tulip, a masked bandit. When Guillaume received a facial scar during a robbery, inflicted by Baron La Mouche [Adolfo Marsillach], Guillaume's twin brother Julien took his place as the Black Tulip.

Cast and crew: Christian-Jaque, Alexandre Dumas (1850 La Tulipe Noire), Paul Andréota, Henri Jeanson, Marcello Ciorciolini, Alain Delon, Virna Lisi, Adolfo Marsillach, Dawn Addams, Akim Tamiroff, Laura Valenzuela, George Rigaud, Francis Blanche, José Jaspe, Perla Cristal, José Luis Pellicena, Enrique Ávila, Álvaro de Luna, Robert Manuel, Yvan Chiffre



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Sunday, September 9, 2018

Agente X 1-7 operatione Oceano 1965 Lang Jeffries Italian locandina

Agente X 1-7 operazione Oceano (1965) - (Lang Jeffries) Italian locandina

This is a 13.5" by 27.5" Italian locandina poster designed by Rodolfo Gasparri for the 1965 Tanio Boccia Spanish/Italian Eurospy film Agente X 1-7 operazione Oceano based on story and screenplay by Tanio Boccia, Alberto De Rossi, Mario Moroni, H.S. Valdés and Fernando Vitali and starring Lang Jeffries as George Collins. Plot summary: Professor Calvert [Rafael Bardem] has invented a breakthrough formula for manipulating oceans. An international criminal gang abducts him so they can use his formula for blackmail. Special Agent George Collins must extract him from the fortress where he is being held.

Cast and crew: Amerigo Anton, Tanio Boccia, Rodolfo Gasparri, Alberto De Rossi, Mario Moroni, H.S. Valdés, Fernando Vitali, Piero Umiliani, Lang Jeffries, Aurora de Alba, Rafael Bardem, Eleonora Bianchi, Gloria Osuna, Wladimiro Tuicovich, Ángel Jordán, Moa Tahi, Joe Kamel, Nando Angelini, Gianni Solaro, Aldo Bonamano, Andrea Scandurra



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Where the Truth Lies 1962 Juliette Gréco Italian locandina

Where the Truth Lies (1962) - (Juliette Gréco) Italian locandina

This is a 12" x 27" Italian locandina for the 1962 Henri Decoin film Where the Truth Lies based on the 1961 novel Maléfices by Pierre Boileau and Thomas Narcejac, screenplay by Claude Accursi, Henri Decoin and Albert Husson and starring Juliette Gréco as Myriam Heller. Plot summary: Myriam Heller is a voodoo practitioner living on the French coast who has a cheetah she obtained while exploring in Africa. When the cheetah get sick, she calls on veterinarian Francois Rauchelle [Jean-Marc Bory] to treat it, and then becomes his lover. She wants him to leave his wife Catherine [Lisolette Pulver] but he refuses. When Catherine starts having unexplained accidents, Francois suspects Myriam and her voodoo.

Cast and crew: Henri Decoin, Claude Accursi, Pierre Boileau, Albert Huson, Thomas Narcejac, Juliette Gréco, Jean-Marc Bory, Lisolette Pulver, Mathé Mansoura, Jacques DAcmine, Jeanne Pérez, Georges Chamarat, Robert Dalban, Marcel Pérès, Maurice Ducasse, Nyète





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Due mafiosi nel Far West 1964 Franco Franchi Italian locandina

Due mafiosi nel Far West (1964) - (Franco Franchi) Italian locandina

This is a 13" x 27.5" Italian locandina designed by Renato Casaro for the 1964 Giorgio Simonelli film Due mafiosi nel Far West based on a screenplay by Marcello Ciorciolini and starring Franco Franchi as Franco Capone. Plot summary: Franco and Ciccio Capone [Franco Franchi and Ciccio Ingrassia] have stolen two mules and are serving 20-year prison terms for their crime. An American visitor sets them free and tells them their grandfathers have been killed in Texas by bandits, who have seized their gold mine. When Franco and Ciccio go to Texas to repossess the mine they find other people there who also want it.

Cast and crew: Giorgio Simonelli, Renato Casaro, Marcello Ciorciolini, Franco Franchi, Ciccio Ingrassia, Fernando Sancho, Aroldo Tieri, Hélène Chanel, Mimmo Poli, Ana Casares, Aldo Giuffrè, Adriano Micantoni, Luis Peña, Félix Dafauce, Alfredo Rizzo, Vittorio Bonos, Ignazio Spalla, José Torres, Giovanni Vari, Stelio Tanzini, Loretta Gagliardini, Vincenzo Falanga, Tony Di Mitri, Olimpia Cavalli, Lanfaranco Cecarelli, Enzo Andronico, Mario Brega



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