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  • Japanese 1970s film posters

    Super Seventies Japanese Film Posters

    • 2100 Views • 1970s, Film, PosterComments Off on Super Seventies Japanese Film Posters

    Here we have the long awaited sequel to our Swinging sixties Japanese film posters feature. This time we head back to the seventies and focus on Western movie posters recreated for the general public in Japan. Now take a seat, grab your overpriced...

  • Art of Frank McCarthy

    Frank McCarthy’s Movie Poster Magic

    • 3707 Views • 1960s, 1970s, Art, Film, PosterComments Off on Frank McCarthy’s Movie Poster Magic

    In another of our occasional posts on little-known artists who created very well-known film posters we take a brief look at the life and art of Frank McCarthy a man you quite possibly have never heard of but, if you have even a passing interest in movies (and...

  • 1967 rap party

    That’s a Wrap – 1967 Point Blank Party

    • 7867 Views • 1960s, Film, Hanging OutComments Off on That’s a Wrap – 1967 Point Blank Party

    When English director John Boorman had completed filming the classic 1967 thriller Point Blank, he decided to celebrate the occasion by bringing a slice of swinging sixties London to sunny Los Angeles in America for the wrap party. Mingling amongst the...

  • Our Man Flint

    Swinging Sixties Japanese Film Posters

    • 20046 Views • 1960s, Art, Film, Poster1 Comment

    When it comes to reinterpreting ideas and still coming up with something seemingly new and original the Japanese take a lot of beating and here for your perusal is a great case in point. Western movie posters from the 1960s repackaged for the Japanese market...

  • Lana Wood

    Lana Wood and The Leopard

    • 6405 Views • 1960s, FilmComments Off on Lana Wood and The Leopard

    Hot on the paws of of our Black Leopard book covers post, we bring you some more big cat shenanigans from the sixties as we take a look at some shots of actress Lana Wood and a Leopard. In this latest feline feature we have Natalie Wood’s younger...