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~ Sunday, July 8 ~
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Invaders from Mars, German lobby card. 1986

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Invaders from Mars, German lobby card. 1986


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~ Tuesday, June 12 ~
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You Only Live Twice, German lobby card. 1967

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You Only Live Twice, German lobby card. 1967


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~ Wednesday, March 21 ~
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Solaris, German lobby card. 1972

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Solaris, German lobby card. 1972


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~ Friday, March 16 ~
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~ Monday, March 12 ~
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Inseminoid (aka: Horror Planet), German lobby card. 1981

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Inseminoid (aka: Horror Planet), German lobby card. 1981


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~ Thursday, March 8 ~
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samehat:

one day I will learn to dance like this


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~ Monday, October 10 ~
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Robocop, US lobby card. 1987

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Robocop, US lobby card. 1987

Tags: Robocop Paul Verhoeven Lobby Cards Lobby Card
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~ Sunday, August 21 ~
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Jaws, German lobby card. 1975

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Jaws, German lobby card. 1975

Tags: Jaws Steven Spielberg Lobby Card Lobby Cards Robert Shaw
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~ Saturday, August 20 ~
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godsaveth3queen:

“Desiree Snakehands, a street performer from 1930’s Manilla, was born and raised in the city where she did most of her busking for other poor urchins, and was noted for being arrested on five separate occasions regarding the sudden disappearances of other children. Never once was enough evidence produced to convict her, but her behavior in the ramshackle wooden courts of law included eye-crossing, vivid and violent mimicry, screaming at intervals, and bouts of juggling was enough to frighten the jury. By 1941 she became ill of typhoid and was found dead on a rooftop in one of the wealthiest parts of town, above the house of a notable theater producer. It was still unknown how her act was performed at this point.”

godsaveth3queen:

“Desiree Snakehands, a street performer from 1930’s Manilla, was born and raised in the city where she did most of her busking for other poor urchins, and was noted for being arrested on five separate occasions regarding the sudden disappearances of other children. Never once was enough evidence produced to convict her, but her behavior in the ramshackle wooden courts of law included eye-crossing, vivid and violent mimicry, screaming at intervals, and bouts of juggling was enough to frighten the jury. By 1941 she became ill of typhoid and was found dead on a rooftop in one of the wealthiest parts of town, above the house of a notable theater producer. It was still unknown how her act was performed at this point.”


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~ Friday, August 5 ~
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