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  • Angels
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    John Melo

    Angels

    $50.00

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    John Melo

    Angels

    $50.00

    Year: 1976

    Size: 27 x 41 inches

    Printed in 1976, it was created to advertise the movie Angels. advertising the strange and weird B Movie "Angels."

    In the movie, an African-American god sends two hitmen to earth. It was later released on the DVD "Something Weird."

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  • Risto Jarva's Time of Roses.
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    Risto Jarva's Time of Roses.

    $50.00

    Year: 1969

    Size: 30 x 45 inches

    This poster advertises Risto Jarva's French Sci-Fi film Time of Roses.

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  • The Best of Buster Keaton
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    Anonymous

    The Best of Buster Keaton

    $50.00

    Year: 1968

    Size: 30 x 45 inches

    Printed in 1968, it is advertising the British film festival of The Films of Buster Keaton.

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  • The Films of Buster Keaton
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    Pierre Etaix

    The Films of Buster Keaton

    $50.00

    Year: 1968.

    Size: 30 x 45 inches

    Printed in 1968, it is advertising the British film festival of The Films of Buster Keaton.

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  • Frankenstein/The Film Classics Library.
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    Year: 1974.

    Size: 30 x 45 inches

    The 1932 film Frankenstein owed its instant, immense success to two factors: the performance of then—unknown Boris Karloff and the character of the monster—grotesque, and all the more frightening because of his human origin and characteristics. The book advertised here — a publishing innovation of editor Richard Anobile — allowed every unsettling word and scene to be relived through its frame-by-frame blow-ups and complete dialogue. The fine details and disturbing colors of this cover art—turned—poster suggest why Melo continues to be sought as an illustrator for popular paperback series and why his work for science and occult fiction is so widely acclaimed.

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