by Woolsey Ackerman
by Woolsey Ackerman
October 2022, I am pleased to announce the launch of Waler Reuben’s 50th Catalog. As usual, it contains a wide variety of material. Here are the listed categories and an example of their contents:
In honor of Black History Month we celebrate the ”What Becomes A Legend Most” icon, Lena Horne. When Lena Horne was asked to become the image for Blackglama’s 1969 ad campaign poster (see above), she follows in the heels of such female icons as Marlene Dietrich and Joan Crawford; she was the first African American celebrity to do so. For more information see: https://www.walterfilm.com/shop/posters/lena-horne-blackglama-poster/
From March 5-8, 2020, Walter Reuben Inc. can be found in Booth D20 at the 60th Anniversary New York International Antiquarian Book Fair located, as always, in the legendary Park Avenue Armory, Manhattan at 643 Park Avenue (between 66th and 67th Street).
Our focus is on the glorious history of the European and Hollywood motion picture business as well as African American cultural history, black memorabilia and LGBTQ social history. As a result, we will be featuring the finest selection of vintage original movie posters, movie star photos, lobby cards, movie scripts & rare books, Hollywood movie memorabilia, African Americana and LGBTQ cultural history.
Here is a sampling of the areas that Walter Reuben represents:
African-American Memorabilia, Collecting LGBTQ Hollywood Movie Memorabilia, Collecting Movie Scripts and Screen Plays, Hollywood Movie Memorabilia, Original Vintage Film Posters, Original Vintage Lobby Cards, Original Vintage Movie Posters, Vintage Original Film Scripts
WalterFilm.com’s fourth catalog (#45/2020) contains 96 pages that include vintage original photographs, posters, programs, pressbooks, lobby cards and film scripts. The categories encompassed are: Featured, Film Noir, Directors, Poster Art, LGBTQ, Comedy, Women, Literature and African Americana.
The catalog’s cover (above) is the original poster from the play PORGY by Dorothy and Dubois Heyward, which became the source for the opera PORGY AND BESS with book by Dubois Heyward and music and lyrics by George and Ira Gershwin.
African American Film Scripts, African American Movie Posters, African-American Memorabilia, Black Memorabilia, Collecting LGBTQ Hollywood Movie Memorabilia, Collecting Movie Scripts and Screen Plays, Film Comedies, Film Directors, Film Noir, Hollywood Movie Memorabilia, LGBTQ Original Vintage Film Scripts, LGBTQ Original Vintage Movie Star Photographs, Literature Into Film, Movie Star Photos For Sale, Original Vintage Lobby Cards, Original Vintage Movie Posters, Poster Art, Women In Film