WalterFilm.com’s third catalog (#44/2019) contains 84 pages that include vintage original photographs, posters, programs, pressbooks, lobby cards and film scripts. The categories encompassed are: Warhol, LGBTQ, Movie Musicals, African Americana, Pre-Code Hollywood, Literature, Film Directors and Women.
The catalog’s cover (above) is graced by a in-flight image of a dancing Fred Astaire and Rita Hayworth (attributed to photographer George Hurrell) from the 1942 poster of Columbia Picture’s “You Were Never Lovelier” (see below).
Tags: African American Film Scripts, African American Movie Posters, African-American Memorabilia, Black Memorabilia, Collecting Movie Scripts and Screen Plays, George Edward Hurrell, Hollywood Movie Memorabilia, LGBTQ Original Vintage Film & Theater Poster, Original Vintage Film Posters, Original Vintage Lobby Cards, Vintage Original Film Scripts, Vintage Original Screenplays
WalterFilm.com’s second catalog (#43/201) contains 84 pages and encompasses ten categories that include The Saint Poster Collection , (33 posters (1982-2004) from one of New York City’s most notorious gay discos) and a Katharine Hepburn Archive of 230 vintage photos chronicling her 62-year motion picture career.
The catalog’s cover (above) is graced by a stunning Japanese poster of Luis Bunuel’s masterpiece of erotica “Belle De Jour” focusing on a collage of images of the film’s star, Catherine Deneuve.
Below are several catalog pages and description of its contents or CLICK HERE if you’d like to view the entire catalog as a Flip File.
Tags: African Americana, Exhibitor Books, Film Directors, LGBTQ, Literature Into Film, Theater Material, Warhol, Women In Film
As an addition to our WalterFilm.com website, we are delighted to announce that Walter Reuben Inc. has expanded its marketing profile to include a portfolio of catalogs that will consist of exceptional items, as exampled above. This first catalog in this series (#42/2018) is 126 pages and encompasses the breadth and depth of our collecting and connoisseurship.
Its cover is graced by a stunning photograph of Audrey Hepburn in the “little black dress” designed by Hubert de Givenchy and worn by her in the opening scene of the 1961 romantic comedy Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Here are two additional photographs of that scene from our collection.
Tags: Audrey Hepburn, Collecting Movie Scripts and Screen Plays, Hollywood Movie Memorabilia, Movie Star Photos For Sale, Original Vintage Film Posters, Original Vintage Lobby Cards, Screenplays For Sale, Vintage Original Film Scripts