A collection of pre-code era Clementon Theatre movie house programs including a showing of Convention City. Includes a brief history of New Jersey’s Clementon Theatre.
A 1912 advertising card promotes the coming first part of the What Happened to Mary series of films. Features image of Edison star Mary Fuller on front with ballyhoo on back.
Highlights of a collection of early film star postcards issued by Kraus Manufacturing Co between 1912 and circa 1915. Links to larger gallery showing entire collection.
Further speculation upon the Kashin Publications sets of Motion Picture Stars cards upon discovering several 5×7 cards with matching poses
A gallery of press photos featuring several film stars, musicians, and vocalists appearing on CBS Radio in 1944. Journalists are shown at work on D-Day as well.
A close look at a vintage 1930’s era die cut Valentine’s Day card featuring a cartoon image of Hollywood legend Greta Garbo and a comic poem identifying her as such.
A photo post showing off a baker’s dozen of 20th Century Fox movie stars from the 1940’s on studio issued promotional publicity photos of the period.
This Top 10 list of favorite British Movie Star Tobacco Card sets from the 1930’s includes explanations, descriptions and links to movie card galleries of the chosen sets.
When a movie card is actually a baseball card it’ll set you back a few dollars! Hake’s is auctioning a SGC 10 example of the 1919 Zeenut PCL Roscoe “Fatty” Arbuckle baseball card.
Opening up a 1950’s era sales brochure from the Hollywood Studios company. Hollywood Studios offered high quality photos for sale of your favorite movie stars.