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Backlot Arts Vintage Movie Posters

Classic is cool. Bogie, Bergman, Dean, Presley, Sinatra, Hepburn, Newman, etc. The original cool, the prototype sexy, the vintage badass. The chumps we've got today are celebrities, sure, but they heavy-hitters of way back when? They were idols. And that difference amounts to a lot more than a hill of beans in this crazy world.

inkycatz


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Have you seen all the movies in this sale? Which would you recommend?

I'm just hanging out, really.

bsmith1


quality posts: 103 Private Messages bsmith1

I thought this was a MST2K sale...

kmashaney


quality posts: 4 Private Messages kmashaney

I haven't seen all of them, but I can safely say Bullitt is the best one.

johnt007871


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Holy merchandise Batman! That poster is awesome.

bhvmi04


quality posts: 1 Private Messages bhvmi04

Don't know about all of them, but you can get The Endless Summer framed in hardwood for $69 at target.com

Agatha


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Wootbot is wrong about the Wizard of Oz poster. Glinda IS in the poster. She's in the bubble.

rom


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soo cool, I want one.

ThunderThighs


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Agatha wrote:Wootbot is wrong about the Wizard of Oz poster. Glinda IS in the poster. She's in the bubble.



Good point. Guess the writer doesn't know his Wizard of Oz.



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hookajoe


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I love The Good the Bad and the Ugly, and was really excited to see the poster for sale... until I looked close enough to see that it is an advertisement for a DVD set. What the effballs?!

monkeylice


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hookajoe wrote:I love The Good the Bad and the Ugly, and was really excited to see the poster for sale... until I looked close enough to see that it is an advertisement for a DVD set. What the effballs?!



Whoa... You just saved me $80. Thank you for pointing that out!

cervantes80


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Casablanca is, hands down, the best and most quoted movie here. The Good, The Bad and The Ugly is great as well as Cool Hand Luke. Now if they only had one for The Great Waldo Pepper, I would be interested.

kmeltzer


quality posts: 32 Private Messages kmeltzer

To be sure here... this aren't actual *vintage posters*, these are reprints of posters for movies.. in frames. Right?

philosopherott


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monkeylice wrote:Whoa... You just saved me $80. Thank you for pointing that out!



Pretty much the same poster here for less than $20

kmabbond


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philosopherott wrote:Pretty much the same poster here for less than $20



But not framed and everything..

JenDupre


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Casablanca is hands down one of the best movies ever made.
A must see.

jimmyd103


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I'm no copy editor but I think this needs some work,
The chumps we've got today are celebrities, sure, but they heavy-hitters of way back when?

The stars of today? The suck. Bogie and the rest would shame 'em right out of Hollywood if it weren't for all the, you know, being dead.

Just trying to be helpful not picky.

lesleypurdy


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Am I missing where it says the size of the posters?

ROGETRAY


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lesleypurdy wrote:Am I missing where it says the size of the posters?



Sorry for the late reply.
All of them appear to be 27" x 40" standard poster size (unless otherwise posted differently).

jfiamingo


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It's possible that I am missing something. These are not original posters that someone found in an attic. These are ink on poster paper in a frame. The price point is rather high. I guess it is a good frame OR there is an awfully large profit margin. I'll pass...I do like the Clint Eastwood poster. Hmmmm, 80 bucks.

highonpez


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It's not really a high price. The print is gonna cost you at least $10 (maybe cheaper for the realllly popular stuff but probably more for a large size). The frame is going to be at least 40 bucks with glass. The one I linked is the cheapest I could find. So that's even conservative. Then they have to mat and frame it. So $50 plus your own labor for a slightly inferior product. Not all that crazy. I spent 20 bucks just making a 11X17 of The Philadelphia Story using a cheap snap-on plastic frame.

Them using a DVD promo print for The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly is inexcusable though.

colleenregan


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monkeylice wrote:Whoa... You just saved me $80. Thank you for pointing that out!


Check Amazon.com before you buy here.

shadowplay1


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Love to get The Time Machine poster (yes, I know its not the best film there) but for $80 I would like to be able to get a good look at it...

fuzzypeaches


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It would be awesome if Young Frankenstein was an option. Or Blazing Saddles.
"My grandfathers ideas were dodo!"

10 quality post! Whoo hoo! I'M SOMEBODY!!!

fuzzypeaches


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hookajoe wrote:I love The Good the Bad and the Ugly, and was really excited to see the poster for sale... until I looked close enough to see that it is an advertisement for a DVD set. What the effballs?!



Gotta admit...that's kind of not so cool.

10 quality post! Whoo hoo! I'M SOMEBODY!!!