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Original KILIAN STAR WARS 10th Anniversary GOLD MYLAR UK NOV VIP O/S UPDATED

Original KILIAN STAR WARS 10th Anniversary GOLD MYLAR UK NOV VIP O/S UPDATED

Original KILIAN STAR WARS 10th Anniversary GOLD MYLAR UK NOV VIP O/S UPDATED

Be sure to add me to your favorites list. Never displayed, No pin holes or tape. Produced by Kilian Enterprises. NOTE: THE DATE ON THIS PHOTO IS WRONG. IT HAS BEEN WRONG FOR YEARS AND WAS JUST POINTED OUT TO ME. I HAVE THE NOVEMBER UK TEASER POSTER. THIS POSTER IS REALLY HARD TO PHOTOGRAPH. I SEEN THE FIRST PHOTO AND USED IT NOT REALIZING IT WAS DATED WRONG. THIS ANNIVERSARY POSTER WAS THE RAREST MADE, IT WAS A LIMITED EDITION OF 50, HOWEVER, IT SEEMS LIKE MORE THAN 50 GOT OUT TO THE PUBLIC. Poster is a sheet of mylar coated with a sheet of gold, then painted where the gold shines through. THERE MAY BE A FLASH GLARE IN THE PICTURE. ANY FLAW THAT IS IN THE ITEM IS TINY. I HAVE BEEN CONSULTANT TO TELEVISION, RADIO AND MAGAZINE REGARDING MOVIE MEMORABILIA. IF THE PICTURE DOESNT SHOW! IT IS BEING RAN PRIVATE TO ELIMINATE THE USE OF MY AUCTIONS BY SCANDALOUS PEOPLE. If you have more questions about this item, please contact me at the following. Also Known As (AKA). La guerra de las galaxias. Argentina / Chile / Colombia / Mexico / Panama / Peru / Spain / Venezuela. La guerre des étoiles. Canada (French title) / France. Finland (Swedish title) / Sweden. Soviet Union (Russian title). A Guerra das Estrelas. Adventures of the Starkiller: Episode 1 – The Star Wars. Guerre stellari: Episodio IV – Una nuova speranza. Gwiezdne wojny, czesc IV: Nowa nadzieja. Hviezdne vojny IV – Nová nádej. Czechoslovakia (long title) (Slovak title). Krieg der Sterne – Episode IV: Eine neue Hoffnung. La guerra de las estrellas. La guerra de les galàxies. La guerra de les galàxies: Una nova esperança. Spain (reissue title) (Catalan title). La guerre des étoiles – Un nouvel éspoir. Canada (TV title) (French title). O polemos ton astron. Ratovi zvezda – Nova nada. Star Wars IV: A New Hope. USA (video box title). Star Wars: IV. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope. USA (reissue title) (new title). Star Wars: Episode IV – Neue Hoffnung. Star Wars: Epizoda IV – Nová nadeje. Czechoslovakia (long title) (Czech title). Star wars IV – Tähtien sota: Uusi toivo. Finland (video box title). Star wars: Épisode IV, la guerre des étoiles. Star wars: Episodio IV – Una nueva esperanza. Sutâ wôzu episoddo 4: Aratanaru kibô. The Adventures of Luke Starkiller as Taken from the’Journal of the Whills’: Saga I – Star Wars. USA (original script title). The Star Wars: From the Adventures of Luke Starkiller. Directed by Irvin Kershner Writing credits George Lucas (story) Leigh Brackett (screenplay) and Lawrence Kasdan (screenplay) Cast (in credits order) verified as complete Mark Hamill… Luke Skywalker Harrison Ford… Han Solo Carrie Fisher… Princess Leia Billy Dee Williams… Lando Calrissian Anthony Daniels… Darth Vader Peter Mayhew… Yoda (voice) Alec Guinness… Ben’Obi-Wan’ Kenobi Jeremy Bulloch… Boba Fett John Hollis… Lando’s Aide Jack Purvis… Chief Ugnaught Des Webb… Snow Creature Clive Revill… Emperor (voice) Kenneth Colley… Admiral Piett Julian Glover… General Veers Michael Sheard… Admiral Ozzel Michael Culver… Captain Needa John Dicks… Imperial Officer Milton Johns… Imperial Officer Mark Jones… Imperial Officer Oliver Maguire… Imperial Officer Bruce Boa… General Rieekan Christopher Malcolm… Zev – Rogue 2 Denis Lawson… Wedge – Rogue 3 (as Dennis Lawson) Richard Oldfield… Hobbie – Rogue 4 John Morton… Dak – Luke’s Gunner Ian Liston… Janson – Wedge’s Gunner John Ratzenberger… Major Derlin Jack McKenzie… Deck Lieutenant Jerry Harte… Head Controller Norman Chancer… Rebel Officer Norwich Duff… Rebel Officer Ray Hassett… Rebel Officer Brigitte Kahn… Rebel Officer Burnell Tucker… Rebel Officer rest of cast listed alphabetically: Bob Anderson… Imperial Officer (uncredited) Lightning Bear… Stormtrooper (uncredited) Richard Bonehill… Stormtrooper / Snowtrooper / Rebel Soldier / Tauntaun handler (uncredited) Stephen Buchanan… Holographic Officer (uncredited) Morris Bush… Dengar (uncredited) Mark Capri… Officer M’kae – Capt. Needa’s Communications Officer (uncredited) Peter Diamond… Snowtrooper Gunner (uncredited) Tom Egeland… Hoth Trooper (uncredited) Stuart Fell… Snowtrooper (uncredited) Michael A. Imperial Shuttle Mechanic (uncredited) Alan Harris… Bossk / Bespin Security Guard (uncredited) Susie Hudson… Bespin Woman (uncredited) James Earl Jones… Darth Vader (voice) (uncredited) Tiffany L. Extra (uncredited) Ralph McQuarrie… General McQuarrie (uncredited) Cathy Munro… Zuckuss / E-3PO (uncredited) C. Darth Vader (special edition) (uncredited) Chris Parsons… 4-LOM / K-3PO / Stormtrooper (uncredited) Doug Robinson… Snowtrooper (uncredited) Robin Scobey… Imperial Officer (uncredited) Tony Smart… Snowtrooper (uncredited) Harold Weed… Wampa (special edition) (uncredited) Treat Williams… Jess Allashane, Echo Base Trooper / Jerrol Blendin, Cloud City Trooper (uncredited) Jason Wingreen… Boba Fett (voice) (uncredited) Create a character page for: Chief UgnaughtSnow CreatureImperial OfficerImperial OfficerImperial OfficerImperial OfficerJanson – Wedge’s GunnerMajor DerlinDeck LieutenantHead ControllerRebel OfficerRebel OfficerRebel OfficerRebel OfficerRebel OfficerImperial OfficerStormtrooperStormtrooperSnowtrooperRebel SoldierTauntaun handlerHolographic OfficerOfficer M’kae – Capt. Associate producer (as James Bloom) Gary Kurtz…. Executive producer Rick McCallum…. Producer (special edition) Robert Watts…. Associate producer Original Music by John Williams Cinematography by Peter Suschitzky Film Editing by T. Christopher (special edition) Paul Hirsch George Lucas (uncredited) Marcia Lucas (uncredited) Casting by Bob Edmiston Irene Lamb Terry Liebling Production Design by Norman Reynolds Art Direction by Leslie Dilley Harry Lange Alan Tomkins Set Decoration by Michael Ford Costume Design by John Mollo Makeup Department Graham Freeborn…. Key makeup artist Kay Freeborn…. Makeup artist Stuart Freeborn…. Makeup and special creature design Nick Maley…. Makeup artist (actually: special makeup effects crew) Barbara Ritchie…. Hair stylist David Barkley…. Special makeup effects trainee (uncredited) Nick Dudman…. Special makeup effects trainee (uncredited) Bob Keen…. Special makeup effects trainee (uncredited) Production Management Patricia Carr…. Assistant production manager Sven Johansen…. Production manager: location second unit (as Svein Johansen) Bruce Sharman…. Production supervisor Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Roy Button…. Second assistant director Dominic Fulford…. Assistant director: studio second unit Steve Lanning…. Second assistant director Andrew Montgomery…. Second assistant director: studio second unit Ola Solum…. Assistant director: location second unit David Tomblin…. First assistant director Bill Westley…. Assistant director: location second unit Peter MacDonald…. Second unit director (uncredited) Paul Tivers…. Third assistant director (uncredited) Art Department Ted Ambrose…. Sketch artist Michael Boone…. Property master Dave Carson…. Model maker Steve Cooper…. Property dressing supervisor Rob Gemmel…. Model maker George Gunning…. Head carpenter Fred Hole…. Assistant art director Michael Lamont…. Assistant art director Pat McClung…. Model maker Ralph McQuarrie…. Design consultant and conceptual artist Dave Middleton…. Construction storeman John Pakenham…. Model construction Edward Rodrigo…. Head plasterer Tom Rudduck…. Model maker Ed Tennler…. Property supervisor Bill Welch…. Construction manager Samuel Zolltheis…. Model maker Peter Mann…. Constructor (uncredited) Per Mørk…. Construction manager (uncredited) Sound Department John Benson…. Assistant sound editor Richard Burrow…. Sound editor Ben Burtt…. Sound designer Ben Burtt…. Supervising sound effects editor Joanna Cappuccilli…. Assistant sound editor Joanne D’Antonio…. Dialogue editor Don Digirolamo…. Stereo sound consultant: Dolby Teresa Eckton…. Sound editor Ken Fischer…. Assistant sound editor Scott Hecker…. Foley editor Craig S. Assistant sound editor (as Craig Jaeger) Nancy Jencks…. Assistant sound editor Michael Kelly…. Sound effects editor Steve Kinsey…. Sound mix technician (special edition) Bonnie Koehler…. Sound editor Laurel Ladevich…. Assistant sound editor Gregg Landaker…. Sound re-recordist Steve Maslow…. Sound re-recordist Kevin O’Connell…. Recording technician Gary Rizzo…. Digital sound mix technician (special edition) as Gary A. Foley assistant Ronald G. Sound re-recordist: special edition Robert R. Foley editor (as Robert Rutledge) Curt Schulkey…. Dialogue editor Leslie Shatz…. Dialogue editor Edward M. Foley assistant Howard Stein…. Assistant sound effects editor Lisa Storer…. Assistant sound editor (special edition) Gary Summers…. Recording technician Gary Summers…. Sound re-recording mixer (special edition) Peter Sutton…. Production sound Randy Thom…. Sound effects recordist Bill Varney…. Sound re-recordist Don Wortham…. Boom operator Fred Clemons…. Machine room operator (special edition) (uncredited) Lionel Strutt…. Adr mixer (uncredited) David E. Machine room operator (special edition) (uncredited) Special Effects by Nick Allder…. Mechanical effects supervisor Carol Bauman…. Model and creature maker (special edition) Don Bies…. Model and creature maker (special edition) Giovanni Donovan…. Model and creature maker (special edition) Wendy Morton…. Model and creature maker (special edition) Anne Polland…. Model and creature maker (special edition) Mark Siegel…. Model and creature maker (special edition) David H. Senior effects technician (as Dave Watkins) Harold Weed…. Chief creature maker (special edition) (as Howie Weed) Visual Effects by Julie Adrianson-Neary…. Digital effects artist (special edition) (as Julie Neary) Peter Amundson…. Optical line-up Okan Ataman…. Digital effects technical assistant (special edition) Charles Bailey…. Model maker Craig Barron…. Matte photography assistant John Bartle…. Assistant visual effects editor (special edition) Randall K. Digital scanning operator (special edition) (as Randall Bean) Greg Beaumonte…. Stage technician Wendy Bell…. Video assistant (special edition) David Benson…. Sofware research and development (special edition) David Berry…. Optical printer operator Earl Beyer…. Digital scanning operator (special edition) Ken Beyer…. Production engineering (special edition) Andrea Biklian…. Negative lineup (special edition) Mike Bolles…. Design engineer Ed Breed…. Stage technician Daniel Brimer…. Digital effects resource assistant (special edition) Ronn Brown…. Digital matte artist (1997 special edition) Thomas Brown…. Digital animator Conrad Buff IV…. Visual effects editorial supervisor (as Conrad Buff) Chris Bushman…. Optical supervisor (special edition) Donald S. Digital effects artist (special edition) (as Don Butler) Dave Carson…. Visual effects supervisor (special edition) Eric Chauvin…. Digital effects artist (special edition) Peter Chesloff…. Digital effects technical assistant (special edition) Donald Clark…. Optical printer operator Michael Conte…. Digital effects artist: ILM (special edition) Caitlin Content…. Sabre artist (special edition) Ken Corvino…. Production engineering (special edition) Julie Creighton…. Visual effects production staff (special edition) Fon Davis…. Model maker: ILM (special edition) Dick Dova…. Stage technician Loring Doyle…. Optical line-up Lisa Drostova…. Digital paint & roto artist (special edition) Selwyn Eddy…. Effects unit assistant camera Richard Edlund…. Special visual effects Harrison Ellenshaw…. Matte painting supervisor Mike Ellis…. Digital scanning operator (special edition) (as Michael Ellis) Robert Elswit…. Matte photography assistant Phillip Feiner…. Optical supervisor (special edition) Rick Fichter…. Effects unit assistant camera Robert Finley Jr….. Stage technician (as Bobby Finley) Brian Flora…. Digital matte artist (special edition) Warren Franklin…. Optical line-up Roberta Friedman…. Optical coordinator Michael Fulmer…. Model maker Steve Gawley…. Modelshop foreman Tim Geideman…. Laboratory technician Tim Geideman…. Negative lineup (special edition) Howard Gersh…. Digital effects artist (special edition) David Grafton…. Special optical designer Timothy Greenwood…. Projectionist (special edition) (as Tim Greenwood) Grant Guenin…. Sabre artist (special edition) James Hagedorn…. 3D matcmove artist (special edition) Aaron Haye…. Modelmaker: ILM Wendy Hendrickson…. Digital plate restoration (special edition) Edward Hirsh…. Stage technician Jim Hourihan…. Software research and development (special edition) George Hull…. Visual effects art director (special edition) Paul Huston…. Model maker Tom L. CG supervisor (special edition) (as Tom Hutchinson) Brian Johnson…. Special visual effects Joe Johnston…. Art director visual effects Doug Jones…. Negative supervisor (special edition) Ed Jones…. Laboratory technician: ILM Zoran Kacic-Alesic…. Software research and development (special edition) Florian Kainz…. Software research and development (special edition) Tom Kennedy…. Visual effects producer (special edition) Marshall Richard Krasser…. Digital compositor: ILM (special edition) Neil Krepela…. Matte photography Peter Kuran…. Animation and rotoscope supervisor Michael Lawler…. Additional matte photographer Angela Leaper…. Video editor (special edition) Joshua Levine…. Digital effects technical assistant (1997 special edition) James Lim…. Optical line-up Leo Loverro…. Stage technician Joshua Marks…. Visual effects production staff (special edition) Scott Marshall…. Model maker Tia L. Digital effects artist (special edition) (as Tia Marshall) Dawn Martin…. Video assistant (special edition) Stuart T. Digital effects artist (special edition) Terrence Masson…. Visual effects Bill Mather…. Digital matte artist (special edition) (as William Mather) Dawn Matheson…. Digital effects technical assistant (special edition) Michael J. Effects unit assistant camera (as Michael McAlister) Mary McCulloch…. Sabre artist (special edition) Mickey McGovern…. Visual effects editor (special edition) (as Michael McGovern) Dan McNamara…. Sabre group supervisor (special edition) (as Daniel McNamara) Ralph McQuarrie…. Matte artist Gary Meyer…. Production engineering (special edition) Duncan Meyers…. Laboratory technician Ted Moehnke…. Supervising stage technician as T. Miniature pyrotechnics Dennis Muren…. Effects director of photography Bruce Nicholson…. Optical photography supervisor Ken Nielsen…. Digital effects artist (special edition) Ease Owyeung…. Model maker Clint Palmer…. Effects unit assistant camera Udo Pampel…. Matte artist Eddie Pasquarello…. Digital effects artist (special edition) Lorne Peterson…. Chief model maker Dave Pier…. Miniature pyrotechnics Tam Pillsbury…. Optical line-up Josh Pines…. Digital scanning supervisor (special edition) (as Joshua Pines) Ricardo Ramos…. Digital effects artist (special edition) Nilo Rodis-Jamero…. Assistant art director visual effects Thomas Rosseter…. Digital effects artist (special edition) (as Tom Rosseter) Thomas Rosseter…. Optical line-up Jonathan Rothbart…. Animatic artist (special edition) Stanley W. Matte photography consultant (as Stanley Sayer) Wesley Seeds…. Model maker Kenneth Smith…. Optical printer operator Tom St. Stop-motion technician Howard Stein…. Assistant visual effects editor Lawrence Tan…. Digital effects artist (special edition) Chad Taylor…. Sabre artist: ILM (special edition) Paul Theren…. Digital effects artist (special edition) Marc Thorpe…. Model maker Lisa Todd…. Visual effects coordinator (special edition) Hans Uhlig…. Digital effects artist (special edition) Mark Vargo…. Optical line-up Bruce Vecchitto…. Visual effects editor (special edition) Laurie Vermont…. Optical coordinator Joe Viskocil…. Miniature pyrotechnics Gene Whiteman…. Equipment engineering supervisor Heidi Zabit…. Digital paint & roto artist (special edition) Rita E. Sabre artist (special edition) (as Rita Zimmerman) Giovanni Donovan…. Wampa lair construction (special edition) (uncredited) Ben O’Brien…. Sabre artist: ILM (special edition) (uncredited) Nina Saxon…. Visual effects (uncredited) Matt Wallin…. Digital artist (uncredited) Stunts Bob Anderson…. Stunt double: Darth Vader Peter Diamond…. Stunt coordinator Colin Skeaping…. Stunt double: Luke Skywalker Lightning Bear…. Stunts (uncredited) Marc Boyle…. Stunts (uncredited) Peter Diamond…. Stunts (uncredited) Jim Dowdall…. Stunts (uncredited) Stuart Fell…. Stunt double (uncredited) Stuart Fell…. Stunts (uncredited) Richard Hammatt…. Stunts (uncredited) Reg Harding…. Stunts (uncredited) Terry Richards…. Stunts (uncredited) Doug Robinson…. Stunts (uncredited) Colin Skeaping…. Stunts (uncredited) Tony Smart…. Stunts (uncredited) Camera and Electrical Department Chris Anderson…. Assistant camera: effects unit Maurice Arnold…. Assistant camera Frank Batt…. Dolly grip: location second unit James Beaumonte…. Camera and movement designer (as Jim Beaumonte) Mike Brewster…. Assistant camera: location second unit John J. Assistant camera: location second unit (as JohnCampbell) Terry Chostner…. Still photographer John Clark…. Rigging gaffer Don Dow…. Camera operator: effects unit Greg Dupre…. Second assistant camera: second unit Richard Fish…. Assistant camera: effects unit David Garfath…. Camera operator Geoff Glover…. Director of photography: location second unit Ron Goodman…. Aerial camera operator John Hatt…. Electrical engineer Margaret Herron…. Assistant aerial camera operator Paul Huston…. Assistant camera: effects unit John Keen…. Second assistant camera: second unit Martin Kenzie…. Second assistant camera: second camera Red Lawrence…. Head rigger Dennis Lewis…. Dolly grip Chris Menges…. Director of photography: studio second unit Madelyn Most…. Second assistant camera Bill Neil…. Camera operator: effects unit Brian Osborn…. Dolly grip Kelvin Pike…. Camera operator Ken Ralston…. Effects cameraman Peter Robinson…. Second assistant camera Laurie Shane…. Camera operator: location second unit Chris Tanner…. Assistant camera Jim Veilleux…. Effects cameraman Jody Westheimer…. Assistant camera: effects unit George Whitear…. Staff photographer Miles Cook…. Assistant camera: second unit (uncredited) Brian Q. Photographer: additional footage for special edition (uncredited) Paul Kenward…. Assistant camera (uncredited) Jon Sorensen…. Assistant camera (uncredited) Animation Department Chris Casady…. Stop motion animation John T. Animator (as John van Vliet) Gary Waller…. Stop motion animation (uncredited) Costume and Wardrobe Department Tiny Nicholls…. Wardrobe supervisor Eileen Sullivan…. Wardrobe mistress Editorial Department Duwayne Dunham…. Assistant film editor Barbara Ellis…. Assistant film editor Ted Gagliano…. Post-production executive (special edition) Bob Hart…. Negative cutter (special edition) Samuel H. First assistant editor (special edition) Darrell Hixson…. Negative cutter Mike Jackson…. Assistant editor: avid (special edition) Robin Lee…. Assistant editor: avid (special edition) Ed Lemke…. Color timer Robert Marty…. First assistant editor (special edition) Robert Raring…. Color timer (special edition) as Robert J. Negative continuity (special edition) Phil Sanderson…. Assistant film editor Steve Starkey…. Assistant film editor Jonas Thaler…. Apprentice editor (as Jon Thaler) Paul Tomlinson…. Assistant film editor Brian Q. Editor: additional material for special edition (uncredited) Music Department Herbert W. Music recordist Kenneth Wannberg…. Supervising music editor John Williams…. Musician: cello (uncredited) George Lucas…. Music producer (uncredited) Angela Morley…. Additional orchestrator (uncredited) Lionel Newman…. Music supervisor (uncredited) John Williams…. Music producer (uncredited) Transportation Department Robert Martin…. Transportation Other crew Bunny Alsup…. Assistant to producer Alan Arnold…. Unit publicist John Barry…. Director: studio second unit Jane Bay…. Assistant to executive producer Doug Beswick…. Stop motion technician Patricia Blau…. Production secretary Leon Briggs…. Film restoration consultant (special edition) Kris Brown…. System programming Thomas Brown…. Production associate Alan Bryce…. Location unit supervisor: effects unit (as Allan Bryce) Ron Butcher…. Production maintenance Gill Case…. Effects secretary Harley Cokeliss…. Director: studio second unit Pete Comandini…. Film restoration supervisor (special edition) Ron Cook…. Location accountant Laura Crockett…. Assistant accountant Rob Dickinson…. Electrical consultant Brian Eke…. Effects technician Kathryn Farrar…. Production controller (special edition) Tim Fox…. Archivist (special edition) Dick Gallegly…. Production administration Martin Gant…. Effects technician Ken Gordon…. Set cost controller Barbara Harley…. Production assistant Miki Herman…. Production coordinator Ron Hone…. Robot fabricator and supervisor Howie…. Recording technician Guy Hudson…. Effects technician Jerry Jeffress…. Electronic systems designer Andrew Kelly…. Robot fabricator: effects unit Phil Knowles…. Effects technician Philip Kohler…. Location manager Michael Larkins…. Assistant accountant Nick Laws…. Production assistant Gary Leo…. Electronic engineer Steve Lloyd…. Effects engineering Dennis Lowe…. Effects technician Peter MacDonald…. Director: location second unit Mike MacKenzie…. Electronic engineer Pamela Mann…. Laboratory assistant (as Roberto McGraith) Robert McLaren…. Effects assistant Lhary Meyer…. Electronic engineer Wendy Midener…. Yoda fabricator Digby Milner…. Effects assistant Kathryn Mullen…. Performing assistant: “Yoda” Roger Nichols…. Effects engineer (as Roger Nicholls) Jenny Oznowicz…. Production assistant Chris Parsons…. Stand-in: “4-LOM”, “K-3PO” and “C-3PO” Glenn Phillips…. Assistant accountant Ron Phipps…. Production accountant Gary Platek…. Special projects Alan Poole…. Effects assistant Kay Rawlings…. Assistant effects editor (as Arthur Repola) Ray Scalice…. Production accountant Debbie Shaw…. Assistant to director Neil Swan…. Senior effects technician Pam Traas…. Assistant accountant Charles B. Production assistant (as Charles Wessler) Barry Whitrod…. Effects technician Kristen Wing…. Assistant publicist Marc Wolff…. Helicopter pilot (as Mark Wolfe) Stuart Ziff…. Special project coordinator David Alan Barclay…. Assistant puppeteer (uncredited) Des Carey…. Film archivist (special edition) (uncredited) Liz Coke…. Fisher (uncredited) Jack Dearlove…. Ford (uncredited) Alan Harris…. Daniels (uncredited) Mark Marshall…. Production assistant (uncredited) Craig Miller…. The item “Original KILIAN STAR WARS 10th Anniversary GOLD MYLAR UK NOV VIP O/S UPDATED” is in sale since Wednesday, February 5, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Science Fiction & Horror\Star Wars Collectibles\Posters & Prints”. The seller is “kidrokmod” and is located in Claremore, Oklahoma. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Type: poster
  • Category: Star Wars
  • Titles & Characters: Star Wars

EMPIRE STRIKES BACK CineMasterpieces GOLD DARTH VADER MOVIE POSTER STAR WARS

EMPIRE STRIKES BACK CineMasterpieces GOLD DARTH VADER MOVIE POSTER STAR WARS

THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK. ONE SHEET MOVIE POSTER 1990. KILIAN ENTERPRISES LIMITED EDITION GOLD MYLAR. CONDITION: NM-M C9-C10 UNUSED. For 1000′s of Vintage Movie Posters. If it has any minor defects like pin holes, creases, etc. And they are not mentioned above, they should be visible in the high resolution photo. WE DO NOT SELL REPRODUCTIONS OF ANY KIND. NO FAKES, NO REPRINTS. Perfect for a high end home theater. Highly sought after by movie poster collectors and aficionados. From the CineMasterpieces archive. This is what all you. Fans have been waiting for! This is a genuine 27″ x 41″ U. One sheet limited edition gold mylar movie poster issued by Kilian Enterprises for the 10th anniversary. We have been told that this was either a limited edition of 250 or 500 made, but we cannot confirm this information. Either way, these are very highly sought after by collectors and do not show up for sale often. These can be very difficult to find in any condition! A long time can go by without one of these coming up for sale. You will have trouble finding a nicer one. If a vintage poster is in terrific unrestored condition like this one (EX C8 or better), many experienced collectors will place a premium on it (when compared to a linen backed/restored one). Most experienced collectors prefer unrestored items to restored ones because they believe they will appreciate more in value. This poster is considered to be within that class and is definitely INVESTMENT QUALITY. We are absolutely certain it is authentic. We use super strong hi-quality packaging materials including thick cardboard, masonite, and costly pvc plastic pipe. It will answer any questions you may have. Please scroll to the bottom of this listing to see if we have made any changes or added any additional information. Please be advised that over 95% of all Original Movie Posters. Printed before the mid 1980′s were issued FOLDED. This is NOT considered a defect. Vintage rolled posters do exist, however they are extremely rare. We can have any folded poster. Which will make the fold lines virtually disappear. Also please note that most movie posters were actually used at the theater, and some will contain slight imperfections such as: writing on the back, pin holes, fold wear, small tears, etc. These are all very common and to be expected, but if they bother you, all these minor flaws can be remedied in the linen backing process. Linen Backing preserves and can actually increase the value of a poster. For the most part, any flaws will be fixed and the poster will appear to be in Near Mint condition. For more information about our. We do not always measure all of our posters exactly. Unless otherwise specified, poster measurements quoted above are approximate to the nearest inch. For example, if we say a one sheet poster is 27″ x 41″ its precise measurements may be closer to 26 3/4″ x 40 7/8″ (or something similar). This slight variance is quite common for all original movie posters. BEWARE OF “FAKE” MOVIE POSTERS! There are fakes, bootlegs, reprints, and reproductions of almost every popular movie poster. WE DO NOT SELL THESE AS ORIGINALS LIKE OTHERS DO! There are many unscrupulous dealers who successfully pass off these posters as originals. They have been doing it for years! These fakes are almost indistinguishable from originals, only experts can tell. They only discover years later when they sell them that they are worthless. Most are from popular movies from the 70′s and 80s, but there are also really old ones and relatively new ones as well. They usually appear in insert size 14″ x 36″ and one sheet size 27″ x 41″. Again, all we can say is BEWARE! We grade our posters according to the Iguide Universal 10-Point Movie Poster Grading Scale. C10 Mint – Investment quality. No perceptible flaws of any kind. C9 Near Mint – Investment quality. Minor flaw on an otherwise unused poster. C8 Excellent – Investment quality. A few minor defects. C7 Very Good to Excellent – Fine condition. Still a very nicely preserved item. C6 Very Good – The typical used poster in average condition. C5 Good to Very Good – A heavily-worn item. C4 Good – Below average but still suitable for display. C3 Fair – Heavily worn, but yet still complete. C2 Poor to Fair – An extremely worn, possibly even incomplete item. C1 Poor – The lowest grade, representing items in the lowest possible condition. Some of our posters are “between grades”. For example, a C8-C9 poster will contain all the qualities/characteristics of a Near Mint C9 except for one or two very minor flaws that we believe prevent it from being a true C9. Sometimes it isn’t possible to do this. Sometimes we can’t roll a folded poster. Please note that if we hold your items for longer than 30 days they will NOT BE RETURNABLE. WE TAKE EXTRA SPECIAL CARE WHEN WE PACKAGE YOUR ITEMS. Folded posters are placed in a plastic bag or envelope and in between STRONG pieces of cardboard and taped together before being placed in the package. Rolled posters are put into a plastic sleeve and then placed in a HEAVY-DUTY TOUGH 3 or 4 diameter thick walled PVC tube. We roll the poster into a smaller diameter than the tube. This is VERY IMPORTANT because it gives the edges strength and helps to prevent them from getting wrinkled. We add soft cushioning material also very important! On the ends to prevent them from getting damaged. We stamp FRAGILE: DO NOT BEND on the outside of the package. EUROPEAN CUSTOMERS PLEASE READ. To protect ourselves, we insure expensive items for the FULL AMOUNT. These combined charges can add up to 25% or more to your final cost. For other European countries the charges will differ. Please check with your postal system on their procedure for packages from overseas so you are not unpleasantly surprised. You must notify us before sending it back. This is extremely rare, but it does occasionally happen. We know how to create a listing that will provide you with the highest dollar possible. We can yield for you MUCH MORE than you would get if you auctioned them yourself up to TEN TIMES or more! Let us sell your posters for you! For more information about CineMasterpieces please see. We guarantee that all posters we sell are graded and described accurately. Unless otherwise specified in the description, ALL POSTERS ARE ORIGINAL MOVIE POSTERS original theatrical movie posters that were displayed or meant for display (unused) in theaters at the time the movies were released. We will put in writing that we guarantee it to be an Original Movie Poster. The item “EMPIRE STRIKES BACK CineMasterpieces GOLD DARTH VADER MOVIE POSTER STAR WARS” is in sale since Saturday, July 6, 2019. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Movie Memorabilia\Posters\Originals-United States\1990-99″. The seller is “cinemasterpieces” and is located in Scottsdale, Arizona. This item can be shipped worldwide.

STAR WARS CineMasterpieces BRITISH TEASER GOLD ADVANCE MYLAR MOVIE POSTER

STAR WARS CineMasterpieces BRITISH TEASER GOLD ADVANCE MYLAR MOVIE POSTER

ONE SHEET MOVIE POSTER 1987. KILIAN ENTERPRISES LIMITED EDITION GOLD MYLAR. CONDITION: NM-M C9-C10 UNUSED. For 1000′s of Vintage Movie Posters. If it has any minor defects like pin holes, creases, etc. And they are not mentioned above, they should be visible in the high resolution photo. WE DO NOT SELL REPRODUCTIONS OF ANY KIND. NO FAKES, NO REPRINTS. Perfect for a high end home theater. Highly sought after by movie poster collectors and aficionados. From the CineMasterpieces archive. This is what all you. Fans have been waiting for! This is a genuine 27″ x 41″ U. One sheet limited edition gold mylar movie poster issued by Kilian Enterprises for the 10th anniversary. This is the BRITISH TEASER version. We have been told that this was either a limited edition of 250 or 500 made, but we cannot confirm this information. Either way, these are very highly sought after by collectors and do not show up for sale often. These can be very difficult to find in any condition! A long time can go by without one of these coming up for sale. You will have trouble finding a nicer one. This poster is virtually flawless! Our extra large photos generally speak for themselves. We do not always list every little defect. We try and list any that we think are important or those that may not be readily visible. We realize that nobody likes surprises. If a vintage poster is in terrific unrestored condition like this one (EX C8 or better), many experienced collectors will place a premium on it (when compared to a linen backed/restored one). Most experienced collectors prefer unrestored items to restored ones because they believe they will appreciate more in value. This poster is considered to be within that class and is definitely INVESTMENT QUALITY. We are absolutely certain it is authentic. We use super strong hi-quality packaging materials including thick cardboard, masonite, and costly pvc plastic pipe. It will answer any questions you may have. Please scroll to the bottom of this listing to see if we have made any changes or added any additional information. Please be advised that over 95% of all Original Movie Posters. Printed before the mid 1980′s were issued FOLDED. This is NOT considered a defect. Vintage rolled posters do exist, however they are extremely rare. We can have any folded poster. Which will make the fold lines virtually disappear. Also please note that most movie posters were actually used at the theater, and some will contain slight imperfections such as: writing on the back, pin holes, fold wear, small tears, etc. These are all very common and to be expected, but if they bother you, all these minor flaws can be remedied in the linen backing process. Linen Backing preserves and can actually increase the value of a poster. For the most part, any flaws will be fixed and the poster will appear to be in Near Mint condition. For more information about our. We do not always measure all of our posters exactly. Unless otherwise specified, poster measurements quoted above are approximate to the nearest inch. For example, if we say a one sheet poster is 27″ x 41″ its precise measurements may be closer to 26 3/4″ x 40 7/8″ (or something similar). This slight variance is quite common for all original movie posters. BEWARE OF “FAKE” MOVIE POSTERS! There are fakes, bootlegs, reprints, and reproductions of almost every popular movie poster. WE DO NOT SELL THESE AS ORIGINALS LIKE OTHERS DO! There are many unscrupulous dealers who successfully pass off these posters as originals. They have been doing it for years! These fakes are almost indistinguishable from originals, only experts can tell. They only discover years later when they sell them that they are worthless. Most are from popular movies from the 70′s and 80s, but there are also really old ones and relatively new ones as well. They usually appear in insert size 14″ x 36″ and one sheet size 27″ x 41″. Again, all we can say is BEWARE! We grade our posters according to the Iguide Universal 10-Point Movie Poster Grading Scale. C10 Mint – Investment quality. No perceptible flaws of any kind. C9 Near Mint – Investment quality. Minor flaw on an otherwise unused poster. C8 Excellent – Investment quality. A few minor defects. C7 Very Good to Excellent – Fine condition. Still a very nicely preserved item. C6 Very Good – The typical used poster in average condition. C5 Good to Very Good – A heavily-worn item. C4 Good – Below average but still suitable for display. C3 Fair – Heavily worn, but yet still complete. C2 Poor to Fair – An extremely worn, possibly even incomplete item. C1 Poor – The lowest grade, representing items in the lowest possible condition. Some of our posters are “between grades”. For example, a C8-C9 poster will contain all the qualities/characteristics of a Near Mint C9 except for one or two very minor flaws that we believe prevent it from being a true C9. Sometimes it isn’t possible to do this. Sometimes we can’t roll a folded poster. Please note that if we hold your items for longer than 30 days they will NOT BE RETURNABLE. WE TAKE EXTRA SPECIAL CARE WHEN WE PACKAGE YOUR ITEMS. Folded posters are placed in a plastic bag or envelope and in between STRONG pieces of cardboard and taped together before being placed in the package. Rolled posters are put into a plastic sleeve and then placed in a HEAVY-DUTY TOUGH 3 or 4 diameter thick walled PVC tube. We roll the poster into a smaller diameter than the tube. This is VERY IMPORTANT because it gives the edges strength and helps to prevent them from getting wrinkled. We add soft cushioning material also very important! On the ends to prevent them from getting damaged. We stamp FRAGILE: DO NOT BEND on the outside of the package. EUROPEAN CUSTOMERS PLEASE READ. To protect ourselves, we insure expensive items for the FULL AMOUNT. These combined charges can add up to 25% or more to your final cost. For other European countries the charges will differ. Please check with your postal system on their procedure for packages from overseas so you are not unpleasantly surprised. You must notify us before sending it back. This is extremely rare, but it does occasionally happen. We know how to create a listing that will provide you with the highest dollar possible. We can yield for you MUCH MORE than you would get if you auctioned them yourself up to TEN TIMES or more! Let us sell your posters for you! For more information about CineMasterpieces please see. We guarantee that all posters we sell are graded and described accurately. Unless otherwise specified in the description, ALL POSTERS ARE ORIGINAL MOVIE POSTERS original theatrical movie posters that were displayed or meant for display (unused) in theaters at the time the movies were released. We will put in writing that we guarantee it to be an Original Movie Poster. The item “STAR WARS CineMasterpieces BRITISH TEASER GOLD ADVANCE MYLAR MOVIE POSTER” is in sale since Thursday, December 4, 2008. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Movie Memorabilia\Posters\Originals-United States\1980-89″. The seller is “cinemasterpieces” and is located in Scottsdale, Arizona. This item can be shipped worldwide.

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STAR WARS 1977-1987 1st 10 Years Original GOLD FOIL MYLAR Killian Movie Poster

STAR WARS 1977-1987 1st 10 Years Original GOLD FOIL MYLAR Killian Movie Poster

All items come from a smoke free home. The item “STAR WARS 1977-1987 1st 10 Years Original GOLD FOIL MYLAR Killian Movie Poster” is in sale since Friday, August 26, 2016. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Movie Memorabilia\Posters\Originals-United States\1980-89″. The seller is “the-phantom-zone” and is located in Los Angeles, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Size: 27 x 41