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Star Wars THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK 1980? MOVIE THEATER Lobby Display POSTER

Star Wars THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK 1980? MOVIE THEATER Lobby Display POSTER

MUST HAVE STAR WARS! BEST CONDITION ORIGINAL KNOW TO EXIST! FROM MANN’S CHINESE THEATER IN HOLLYWOOD. Here is simply THE rarest original 1980 movie theater lobby display for THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK! Heck, this might be the rarest theater display to have survived for any of the Star Wars films, especially in this AMAZING condition. The few other surviving examples that have surfaced have all suffered serious condition problems. This beauty has remained in stupendous condition. It looks like it was pulled out of a pile of rubble after an earthquake. If it fails to sell. I’ll likely be raising the price, and so snap it up while it’s still available. I’VE POSTED DIRECT HIGH-RES SCANS OF THE ACTUAL DISPLAY YOU’LL BE GETTING SO YOU CAN SEE HOW NICE THIS BABY TRULY IS. Looking for an investment/museum quality item. Original Music Mark Hamill…. Luke Skywalker Harrison Ford…. Han Solo Billy Dee Williams…. Lando Calrissian Carrie Fisher…. Princess Leia Organa Peter Cushing…. Grand Moff Tarkin Alec Guinness…. Ben Obi-Wan Kenobi Anthony Daniels…. Darth Vader James Earl Jones…. It can crash regardless of any decision you make and can even crash regardless of any decision made by the company related to the stock – Leaving you with a near worthless piece of paper that won’t inspire anyone! The magnificence of art and historic documents have an inherent value that relates to civilization and society. This poster is definitely. Please write with any questions. If you’re in the market for top quality original vintage movie posters or Star Wars, then please. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Movie Memorabilia\Lobby Cards\Originals-United States\1980-89″. The seller is “mrs.miniver” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Modified Item: No
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Country: United States
  • Year: 1980-89

Star Wars Jedi Arena? Atari Movie Poster Store Display? Museum Linen-mounted

Star Wars Jedi Arena? Atari Movie Poster Store Display? Museum Linen-mounted

MUST HAVE STAR WARS! Top Conservation House Linen-Mount! Here’s a piece that represents TWO Goliath entities in entertainment. Star Wars & ATARI! The 1980′s: If you’re lucky enough to remember way back then – over three decades ago – you might remember the initial swell of interest in Star Wars. That’s what’s advertised on this amazing litho. If you were alive at the time, you’ll remember it was when “video gaming” basically meant Atari. It was also a time when the movies meant Star Wars, and so the product advertised on this more than rare poster was smack dab center of it all – all, meaning the entertainment world. Those were good times. This poster reminds me a lot of them. It’s classic nostalgia and pop culture at its very best. This poster was made solely for advertising purposes. It would hang in those stores who offered the Atari products. This Star Wars / Atari / Intellivision poster was issued approximately. The poster is in. ROLLED NEVER-FOLDED NearMINT CONDITION! It was found in a tube, after more than 30 years of protected storage. I had the poster linen-mounted to flatten it out and to preserve this extraordinary beauty. It worked like a charm, because the poster came out FANTASTIC!! I used the best conservator in the USA. He ONLY uses high-grade materials, such as thicker linen and thicker acid-free Japanese rice paper. The better materials cost more but make a real difference in the end result. It’s flat as a pancake and as clean as can be. It’s quite an eye-catching display. If you own one of these vintage machines this poster is a MUST! DIRECT HIGH-RES SCANS OF THE ACTUAL POSTER YOU’LL BE GETTING! Is an accepted form of poster preservation by the Library of Congress and every Museum in the country. A lot of advanced poster buyers request and prefer linen-mounted posters because it makes framing and displaying the posters much easier. The white you see in the photo (see picture #4) is the white of the Japanese paper lining the linen border margin. You can see how easy it would be to damage the original poster without that extra margin of protection. The backing makes the poster much safer to handle – it GREATLY reduces the risk of damaging the original. Also, all of my linen-backed posters have been stored FLAT so they DO NOT have a curl to them – They’re ready for framing and display! If you are looking for an investment/museum quality poster, look no further. If you’re looking for an investment/museum quality item. It can crash regardless of any decision you make and can even crash regardless of any decision made by the company related to the stock – Leaving you with a near worthless piece of paper that won’t inspire anyone! The magnificence of art and historic documents have an inherent value that relates to civilization and society. This poster is definitely. FOR MOST ITEMS LISTED. Please write with any questions. If you’re in the market for top quality original vintage movie posters or Star Wars, then please. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Movie Memorabilia\Posters\Originals-United States\1980-89″. The seller is “mrs.miniver” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Movie: Star Wars
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Object Type: Poster
  • Industry: Movies

Star Wars 1981 SUPER RARE NPR Radio Station Display Sign ORIGINAL Movie Poster

Star Wars 1981 SUPER RARE NPR Radio Station Display Sign ORIGINAL Movie Poster

VERY RARE STAR WARS! SUPER RARE RADIO STATION SIGN. Here is a very rare o. Riginal 1981 National Public Radio?? KBPS Station Advertising Sign: The movie Star Wars. Was originally released in May of 1977. By the early 1980s, the original film had garnered a. Worldwide success and following. George Lucas allowed NPR to capitalize on that following with a radio serialization of the original film script (including some of the cut scenes). The Star Wars broadcast subsequently aired in 1981 to a wide reception, and then NPR followed up on that success with a production of Empire Strikes Back the following year in 1982. This more than rare KBPS radio station sign was made to promote the coming of the first broadcast in 1981. It’s so rare that the “Star Wars Vault, ” a 2007 Lucasfilm book which. The rarest and most important vintage Star Wars artifacts, featured this stellar item on page 79. The sign was manufactured out of plastic in 1981, and after all these years, there still has been only a few originals to emerge on the open market, making this one a standout rarity! It measures 11×28 inches, which is a quarter-sheet poster in size. This sign will be professionally packaged so it will be sure to arrive undamaged! National Public Radio 1981 CAST MEMBERS. Mark Hamill as Luke Skywalker. Ann Sachs as Princess Leia Organa. Perry King as Han Solo. Bernard Behrens as Obi-Wan Kenobi. Brock Peters as Darth Vader. Anthony Daniels as C-3PO. Keene Curtis as Grand Moff Tarkin. John Considine as Lord Tion. Stephen Elliott as Prestor (Bail Organa). David Ackroyd as Captain Antilles. Adam Arkin as Fixer. Kale Browne as Biggs Darklighter. David Clennon as Motti. Anne Gerety as Aunt Beru. Thomas Hill as Uncle Owen. David Paymer as Deak. Joel Brooks as Heater. John Dukakis as Rebel. Stephanie Steele as Camie. Phillip Kellard as Customer No. I give a 100% GUARANTEE on the AUTHENTICITY of all my Star Wars posters, and, otherwise! It can crash regardless of any decision you make and can even crash regardless of any decision made by the company related to the stock – Leaving you with a near worthless piece of paper that won’t inspire anyone! The magnificence of art and historic documents have an inherent value that relates to civilization and society. This poster is definitely. Please write with any questions. If you’re in the market for top quality original vintage movie posters or Star Wars, then please. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Movie Memorabilia\Posters\Originals-United States\1980-89″. The seller is “mrs.miniver” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Movie: Star Wars
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Object Type: Poster
  • Industry: Movies

Star Wars Frozen Coke 1977? Coca-cola Cup? In-store Display? Movie Poster

Star Wars Frozen Coke 1977? Coca-cola Cup? In-store Display? Movie Poster

Star Wars Frozen Coke 1977? Coca-cola Cup? In-store Display? Movie Poster

Star Wars Frozen Coke 1977? Coca-cola Cup? In-store Display? Movie Poster

RAREST OF THE RARE! MUST HAVE STAR WARS! Only a few of these originals are known to exist. Ruly one of the rarest early Star Wars posters available worldwide, as very few of these posters were distributed and saved. This advertising poster is much rarer than the movie theater posters, and, a real time 1970s time capsule with the 39 cents price. It’s also a great cross over item for Coca-Cola collectors too. The poster is measures 24×36 inches and is in. Ben Obi-Wan Kenobi Anthony Daniels…. It can crash regardless of any decision you make and can even crash regardless of any decision made by the company related to the stock – Leaving you with a near worthless piece of paper that won’t inspire anyone! The magnificence of art and historic documents have an inherent value that relates to civilization and society. This poster is definitely ECONOMY PROOF! Please write with any questions. If you are in the market for top quality original vintage movie posters or Star Wars, then please. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Movie Memorabilia\Posters\Originals-United States\1970-79″. The seller is “mrs.miniver” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Size: 24×36 inches
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Movie: Star Wars
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Object Type: Poster
  • Industry: Movies

Original 1997 STAR WARS TRILOGY special edition TOYS R US Display Poster

Original 1997 STAR WARS TRILOGY special edition TOYS R US Display Poster

Original 1997 STAR WARS TRILOGY special edition TOYS R US Display Poster

1997 Special Editions (Theatrical, Laserdisc and VHS). Episodes IV, V, and VI were re-mastered and theatrically re-released as the’Special Editions’. For the re-release, in addition to extensive clean-up and restoration work, Lucas also made a number of changes to the films in order to “finish the film the way it was meant to be” as Lucas said in a September 2004 interview with the Associated Press. Many of Lucas’s changes for the Special Editions were cosmetic, generally adding special effects which weren’t originally possible. Other changes, however, are considered to have affected plot or character development. These changes, such as the change referred to by fans as “Han shot first”, have proven to be controversial. 37″ x 49″ I HAVE CHECKED WITH A LOT OF STAR WARS COLLECTORS AND EXPERIENCED POSTER SELLERS AND THEY HAVE NOT SEEN THIS POSTER BEFORE, I SPOKE WITH A LUCAS EMPLOYEE AND HE THINKS IT IS ONE OF TWO TOYS R US DISPLAY POSTERS USED IN EARLY 1997 TO PROMOTE THE RELEASE. VERY VERY RARE, I WOULD GUESS AN EMPLOYEE BROUGHT IT HOME INSTEAD OF IT BEING TAKEN AWAY TO THE DUMP. ROLLED NEVER FOLDED, VERY STIFF THICK CARDSTOCK, THE TRAILERS WOULDN’T HOLD IT DOWN, I HAD TO USE A HEAVIER ITEM IN THE MIDDLE. SOME FLAWS IN IT, THE ONLY MAJOR ONE IS ON THE LEFT BORDER WHERE A SMALL PIECE IS OFF OF IT, CHECK PHOTO. IT WOULD FRAME OUT. A FEW TINY PIN HOLES BY THE EDGE, SOME LIGHT CREASE MARKS THAT DO NOT DISTRACT FROM THE ART. THIS POSTER WOULD DISPLAY GREAT AS PROBABLY ONE OF A KIND OR IF THERE ARE OTHERS NO ONE I KNOW HAS SEEN ONE. IF THE PICTURE DOESNT SHOW! IT IS BEING RAN PRIVATE TO ELIMINATE THE USE OF MY AUCTIONS BY SCANDALOUS PEOPLE. It has taken me over 100 hours to add it to all my items. They will not tell me why it needs to be added. If you have more questions about this item, please contact me at the following. Also Known As (AKA). Guerra de las galaxias, La. Argentina / Chile / Colombia / Mexico / Panama / Peru / Spain / Venezuela. Guerre des étoiles, La. 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. Guerra de las estrellas, La. Guerra de les galàxies, La. Guerra de les galàxies: Una nova esperança, La. Spain (reissue title) (Catalan title). Guerre des étoiles – Un nouvel éspoir, La. Canada (TV title) (French title). Guerre stellari: Episodio IV – Una nuova speranza. Hviezdne vojny IV – Nová nádej. Czechoslovakia (long title) (Slovak title). Krieg der Sterne – Episode IV: Eine neue Hoffnung. Ratovi zvezda – Nova nada. Star Wars IV: A New Hope. USA (video box title). 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: Aratanaru kibou. 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. Ected by George Lucas Writing credits George Lucas (written by) Cast (in credits order) verified as complete Mark Hamill… Luke Skywalker Harrison Ford… Han Solo Carrie Fisher… Princess Leia Organa Peter Cushing… Grand Moff Tarkin Alec Guinness… Ben Obi-Wan Kenobi Anthony Daniels… Darth Vader James Earl Jones… Darth Vader (voice) Phil Brown… Uncle Owen Shelagh Fraser… Aunt Beru Jack Purvis… Chief Jawa Alex McCrindle… General Dodonna Eddie Byrne… General Willard Drewe Henley… Red Leader (as Drewe Hemley) Denis Lawson… Red Two (Wedge) (as Dennis Lawson) Garrick Hagon… Red Three (Biggs) Jack Klaff… Red Four John D. Red Six (Porkins) Angus MacInnes… Gold Leader (as Angus Mcinnis) Jeremy Sinden… Gold Two Graham Ashley… Gold Five Don Henderson… General Taggi Richard LeParmentier… General Motti Leslie Schofield… Commander #1 rest of cast listed alphabetically: David Ankrum… Red Two (voice) (uncredited) Mark Austin… Boba Fett (special edition) (uncredited) Rick Baker… Cantina alien (uncredited) Scott Beach… Stormtrooper (voice) (uncredited) Lightning Bear… Stormtrooper (uncredited) Jon Berg… Cantina alien (uncredited) Doug Beswick… Cantina alien (uncredited) Paul Blake… Greedo (uncredited) Janice Burchette… Nabrun Leids (uncredited) Ted Burnett… Wuher (uncredited) John Chapman… Drifter (Red 12) (uncredited) Gilda Cohen… Cantina patron (uncredited) Tim Condren… Stormtrooper (uncredited) Barry Copping… Wioslea (uncredited) Alfie Curtis… Evazan (uncredited) Robert Davies… Cantina patron (uncredited) Maria De Aragon… Greedo (uncredited) Robert A. Hrchek Kal Fas (uncredited) Frazer Diamond… Jawa (uncredited) Peter Diamond… Stormtrooper / Tusken Raider / Death Star Trooper / Garouf Lafoe (uncredited) Warwick Diamond… Jawa (uncredited) Sadie Eden… Garindan (uncredited) Kim Falkinburg… Djas Puhr (uncredited) Harry Fielder… Death Star Trooper (uncredited) Ted Gagliano… Stormtrooper with Binoculars (uncredited) Salo Gardner… Cantina patron (uncredited) Steve Gawley… Death Star trooper (uncredited) Barry Gnome… Kabe (uncredited) Rusty Goffe… Kabe / Jawa / GONK Droid (uncredited) Isaac Grand… Cantina patron (uncredited) Nelson Hall… Stormtrooper (special edition) (uncredited) Reg Harding… Stormtrooper (uncredited) Alan Harris… Leia’s rebel escort (uncredited) Frank Henson… Stormtrooper (uncredited) Christine Hewett… Brea Tonnika (uncredited) Arthur Howell… Stormtrooper (uncredited) Tommy Ilsley… Ponda Baba (uncredited) Joe Johnston… Death Star trooper (uncredited) Annette Jones… Mosep (uncredited) Linda Jones… Chall Bekan (uncredited) Joe Kaye… Solomohal (uncredited) Colin Michael Kitchens… Stormtrooper (voice) (uncredited) Melissa Kurtz… Jawa (uncredited) Tiffany L. Jawa (uncredited) Al Lampert… Daine Jir (uncredited) Anthony Lang… BoShek (uncredited) Laine Liska… Muftak / Cantina band member (uncredited) Derek Lyons… Temple Guard / Medal Bearer (uncredited) Mahjoub… Jawa (uncredited) Alf Mangan… Takeel (uncredited) Rick McCallum… Stormtrooper (special edition) (uncredited) Grant McCune… Death Star gunner (uncredited) Jeff Moon… Cantina Patron (uncredited) Mandy Morton… Swilla Corey (uncredited) Lorne Peterson… Massassi Base rebel scout (uncredited) Marcus Powell… Rycar Ryjerd (uncredited) Shane Rimmer… InCom engineer (uncredited) Pam Rose… Leesub Sirln (uncredited) George Roubicek… Tawss Khaa (uncredited) Angela Staines… Senni Tonnika (uncredited) George Stock… Cantina Patron (uncredited) Roy Straite… Cantina Patron (uncredited) Peter Sturgeon… Sai’torr Kal Fas (uncredited) Peter Sumner… Pol Treidum (uncredited) John Sylla… Cantina Voices (voice) (uncredited) Tom Sylla… Massassi Outpost Announcer / Various Voices (voice) (uncredited) Malcolm Tierney… Shann Childsen (uncredited) Phil Tippett… Cantina alien (uncredited) Burnell Tucker… Del Goren (uncredited) Morgan Upton… Stormtrooper (voice) (uncredited) Jerry Walter… Stormtrooper (voice) (uncredited) Hal Wamsley… Jawa (uncredited) Larry Ward… Greedo (voice) (uncredited) Diana Sadley Way… Thuku (uncredited) Harold Weed… Ketwol / Melas (uncredited) Bill Weston… Stormtrooper (uncredited) Steve’Spaz’ Williams… Mos Eisley Citizen (special edition) (uncredited) Fred Wood… Cantina Patron (uncredited) Create a character page for: Red LeaderRed Four John D. General TaggiCommander #1Cantina alienStormtrooperStormtrooperCantina alienCantina alienNabrun LeidsDrifter (Red 12)Cantina patronStormtrooperWiosleaCantina patronHrchek Kal FasJawaStormtrooperTusken RaiderDeath Star TrooperGarouf LafoeJawaGarindanDjas PuhrDeath Star TrooperStormtrooper with BinocularsCantina patronDeath Star trooperKabeKabeJawaCantina patronStormtrooper (special edition)StormtrooperLeia’s rebel escortStormtrooperBrea TonnikaStormtrooperDeath Star trooperMosepSolomohalStormtrooperJawaJawaDaine JirCantina band memberTemple GuardMedal BearerJawaTakeelStormtrooper (special edition)Death Star gunnerCantina PatronSwilla CoreyMassassi Base rebel scoutInCom engineerLeesub SirlnCmdr. Executive producer Rick McCallum…. Producer (special edition) Original Music by John Williams Cinematography by Gilbert Taylor Film Editing by Richard Chew T. Christopher (special edition) Paul Hirsch Marcia Lucas George Lucas (uncredited) Casting by Dianne Crittenden Irene Lamb Vic Ramos Production Design by John Barry Art Direction by Leslie Dilley Norman Reynolds Set Decoration by Roger Christian Costume Design by John Mollo Makeup Department Rick Baker…. Makeup artist: second unit Doug Beswick…. Makeup artist: second unit Stuart Freeborn…. Makeup supervisor Graham Freeborn…. Special makeup effects crew (uncredited) Kay Freeborn…. Makeup artist (uncredited) Nick Maley…. Special makeup effects crew: Cantina sequence (uncredited) Patricia McDermott…. Hair stylist (uncredited) Charles E. Special makeup effects crew: Cantina sequence (uncredited) Christopher Tucker…. Special makeup effects crew: Cantina sequence (uncredited) Production Management Peter V. Production manager: second unit (as Peter Herald) Pepi Lenzi…. Production manager: second unit David V. Production manager: second unit (as David Lester) George E. Production supervisor Bruce Sharman…. Production manager Robert Shepherd…. Production manager Lon Tinney…. Production manager Robert Watts…. Production supervisor Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Gerry Gavigan…. Assistant director Terry Madden…. Assistant director Anthony Waye…. Assistant director (as Tony Waye) Art Department Frank Bruton…. Property master Steve Cooper…. Set designer Leon Ericksen…. Art director: second unit Al Locatelli…. Art director: second unit Ralph McQuarrie…. Production illustrator Alan Roderick-Jones…. Assistant to production designer Richard Brown…. Carpenter (uncredited) John Chisholm…. Prop man (uncredited) Tony Musk…. Carpenter (uncredited) Drew Struzan…. Poster artist (uncredited) Bill Welch…. Construction manager (uncredited) Sound Department Derek Ball…. Production sound mixer Ben Burtt…. Sound designer (special edition) Ben Burtt…. Special dialogue and sound effects Gene Corso…. Sound editor Gordon Davidson…. Sound editor Les Fresholtz…. Sound re-recording mixer (as Lester Fresholtz) Roxanne Jones…. Assistant sound editor Stephen Katz…. Stereo sound consultant: Dolby Robert J. Sound re-recording mixer (as Robert Litt) Don MacDougall…. Sound re-recording mixer Robert Marty…. Assistant sound editor (special edition) Bob Minkler…. Sound re-recording mixer Michael Minkler…. Sound re-recording mixer (as Mike Minkler) Richard Portman…. Sound re-recording mixer Gary Rizzo…. Digital sound mix technician (special edition) Robert R. Sound editor Karen Sharp…. Assistant sound editor Sam F. Supervising sound editor Gary Summers…. Sound re-recording mixer (special edition) Ray West…. Sound re-recording mixer Richard L. Sound effects editor (uncredited) Fred Clemons…. Machine room operator (special edition) (uncredited) Steve Kinsey…. Sound mixing technician (special edition) (uncredited) Cathy McKelvey…. Assistant sound editor (uncredited) Ken Nightingall…. Boom operator (uncredited) Brian Slack…. DTS consultant (special edition) (uncredited) Jack Snyder…. Sound engineer (uncredited) David E. Machine room operator (special edition) (uncredited) Special Effects by Patricia Rose Duigan…. Production staff: miniature and optical effects unit John Dykstra…. Special photographic effects supervisor Tony Dyson…. R2D2 design Laine Liska…. Model effects Alvah J. Electronics design: miniature and optical effects unit Nelson Shin…. Designer: Lightsaber’s blade John Stears…. Special production and mechanical effects supervisor Lon Tinney…. Production manager: miniature and optical effects unit David V. Pyrotechnic unit production manager (uncredited) Robert Nugent…. Special effects technician (uncredited) Frank Van der Veer…. Additional opticals (uncredited) Visual Effects by Julie Adrianson-Neary…. Computer graphics artist (special edition) (as Julie Neary) Richard Alexander…. Camera & mechanical design: miniature and optical effects unit Karen Ansel…. Computer graphics artist: ILM (special edition) Caleb Aschkynazo…. Optical camera assistant Greg Auer…. Miniature explosions Mark Austin…. Computer graphics artist (special edition) Alan Bailey…. Digital plate restoration artist (special edition) Al Bailey…. Digital plate restoration artist (special edition) Scott Balcerek…. Assistant visual effects editor (special edition) Douglas Barnett…. Special mechanical equipment: miniature and optical effects unit David Beasley…. Model builder Adam Beckett…. Animation and rotoscope designer Jon Berg…. Stop motion animation David Berry…. Optical printer operator John Andrew Berton Jr….. CG supervisor (special edition) (as John Berton) Robert Blalack…. Composite optical photography Rod G. Software development (special edition) (as Rod Bogart) Scott Bonnenfant…. Digital plate restoration artist (special edition) Ronn Brown…. Digital matte artist (special edition) Chris Bushman…. Optical supervisor (special edition) Colin Cantwell…. Additional spacecraft design Dave Carson…. Visual effects supervisor (special edition) Amelia Chenoweth…. Computer graphics artist (special edition) Terry Chostner…. Computer graphics artist (special edition) Beth D’Amato…. Digital paint and roto lead (restored version) Fon Davis…. Model maker: ILM (special edition) David Deuber…. Computer graphics artist (special edition) Natasha Devaud…. Computer graphics artist (special edition) David Dozoretz…. Animatics artist (special edition) Patricia Rose Duigan…. Special photographic effects supervisor Selwyn Eddy…. Computer graphics artist (special edition) (as Selwyn Eddy III) Richard Edlund…. First cameraman: miniature and optical effects unit Harrison Ellenshaw…. Matte artist as P. Visual effects art director (special edition) Jonathan Erland…. Model builder Phillip Feiner…. Optical supervisor (special edition) Steve Gawley…. Model builder Howard Gersh…. Computer graphics artist (special edition) Paul Giacoppo…. Computer graphics artist (special edition) Ned Gorman…. Visual effects producer (special edition) Bruce Green…. Assistant editor: opticals (as Bruce Michael Green) Jerry Greenwood…. Special mechanical equipment: miniature and optical effects unit Grant Guenin…. Sabre artist (special edition) Joanne Hafner…. Computer graphics artist (special edition) James Hagedorn…. Computer graphics artist (special edition) Carol Hayden…. Computer graphics artist (special edition) Aaron Haye…. Model maker: ILM (special edition) Matthew Hendershot…. Computer graphics artist (special edition) Kela Hicks…. Digital production assistant (special edition) Guy Hudson…. Computer graphics artist (special edition) Paul Huston…. Digital matte artist (special edition) Paul Huston…. Model builder Cindy Isman…. Film librarian: miniature and optical effects unit Gregory Jein…. Model maker Joe Johnston…. Effects illustrator and designer: miniature and optical effects unit (as Joseph Johnston) David Jones…. Model builder Doug Jones…. Negative supervisor (special edition) Tom Kennedy…. Visual effects producer (special edition) Forest Key…. Assistant visual effects editor (special edition) Mark Kline…. Production staff: miniature and optical effects unit Brian Knep…. Software development (special edition) John Knoll…. Visual effects supervisor (special edition) Jennifer Law-Stump…. Digital effects artist: Pacific Title Digital (special edition) Angela Leaper…. Assistant visual effects editor (special edition) Joe Letteri…. Visual effects supervisor (special edition) (as Joseph Letteri) Stewart Lew…. Computer graphics artist (special edition) Mary M. Film control coordinator: miniature and optical effects unit Bruce Logan…. Second unit photography: miniature and optical effects unit Nancy Luckoff…. CG resource manager (special edition) (as Nancy Jill Luckoff) Margaret B. Visual effects coordinator (special edition) Jodie Maier…. Computer graphics artist (special edition) Greg Maloney…. Computer graphics artist (special edition) Pamela Malouf…. Film librarian: miniature and optical effects unit Stuart T. Computer graphics artist (special edition) Bill Mather…. Digital matte artist (special edition) (as William Mather) George E. Production supervisor: miniature and optical effectsunit Connie McCrum…. Film librarian: miniature and optical effects unit David McCue…. Optical printer operator Grant McCune…. Chief model maker Dan McNamara…. Sabre group supervisor (special edition) (as Daniel McNamara) Ralph McQuarrie…. Planet and satellite artist Gary Meyer…. Production engineering (special edition) Fred Meyers…. Production engineering (special edition) Alvah J. Electronics design: miniature and optical effects unit Mary Miramontez…. Production engineering (special edition) Mark Moore…. Visual effects art director (special edition) John C. Optical camera assistant Dennis Muren…. Second cameraman: miniature and optical effects unit Joe Murray…. Second unit director & cameraman: ILM (special edition) Ron Nathan…. Production staff: miniature and optical effects unit Bruce Nicholson…. Optical camera assistant Bruce Nicholson…. Visual effects supervisor (special edition) Kerry Nordquist…. Computer graphics artist (special edition) Masaaki Norihoro…. Assistant: miniature and optical effects unit Scott Pasko…. Computer graphics artist (special edition) Rhonda Peck…. Production staff: miniature and optical effects unit Richard Pecorella…. Optical printer operator Lorne Peterson…. Model builder Eleanor Porter…. Assistant: miniature and optical effects unit Ken Ralston…. Assistant cameraman: miniature and optical effects unit (as Kenneth Ralston) Eldon Rickman…. Optical printer operator David Robman…. Assistant cameraman: miniature and optical effects unit Corey Rosen…. Digital plate restoration artist (special edition) Paul Roth…. Optical photography coordinator David Scott…. Special mechanical equipment: miniature and optical effects unit Alex Seiden…. Visual effects supervisor (special edition) Robert Shepherd…. Production manager: miniature and optical effects unit James Shourt…. Special components: miniature and optical effects unit William Shourt…. Camera & mechanical design: miniature and optical effects unit Douglas Smith…. Assistant cameraman: miniature and optical effects unit Gary Smith…. Optical camera assistant Damian Steel…. Computer graphics artist (special edition) David Tanaka…. Visual effects editor (special edition) Chad Taylor…. Sabre artist: ILM (special edition) Danny Taylor…. Computer graphics artist (special edition) Bert Terreri…. Optical camera assistant Paul Theren…. Computer graphics artist (special edition) Lon Tinney…. Production manager: miniature and optical effects unit Phil Tippett…. Stop motion animation Lisa Todd…. Visual effects coordinator (special edition) James Tooley…. Computer graphics artist (special edition) Suzie Vissitzky Tooley…. CG production manager (special edition) Christopher Townsend…. Computer graphics artist (special edition) Christopher Townsend…. Digital effects artist: ILM (special edition) Donna Tracy…. Optical camera assistant Don Trumbull…. Camera & mechanical design: miniature and optical effects unit Yusei Uesugi…. Digital matte artist (special edition) Lam Van To…. CG resource manager (special edition) James Van Trees Jr….. Optical printer operator Bruce Vecchitto…. Digital color timing supervisor (special edition) Joe Viskocil…. Miniature explosions Tim Waddy…. Computer graphics artist (special edition) (as Timothy Waddy) Jeff Wells…. Digital effects artist: Pacific Title Digital (special edition) Jim Wells…. Optical camera assistant Stephen Williams…. Visual effects supervisor (special edition) Vicky Witt…. Optical camera assistant Stuart Ziff…. Special mechanical equipment: miniature and optical effects unit Rita E. Sabre artist (special edition) (as Rita Zimmerman) Les Bowie…. Visual effects (uncredited) Daniel Brimer…. Digital effects resource assistant (special edition) (uncredited) Sheena Duggal…. Inferno artist: ILM (special edition) (uncredited) Dave Gregory…. Optical effects lineup & plotting: Ray Mercer & Co. Model maker (uncredited) Tom Martinek…. Senior digital effects artist (special edition) (uncredited) Barry Nolan…. Effects animator (uncredited) Olivier Sarda…. Compositor (special edition) (uncredited) Nina Saxon…. Effects animator (uncredited) Denise Shurtleff…. Visual effects production assistant (uncredited) Chris Silagyi…. Matte painter (uncredited) Stunts Peter Diamond…. Stunt coordinator Bob Anderson…. Stunt double (uncredited) Bob Anderson…. Stunts (uncredited) Lightning Bear…. Stunts (uncredited) Peter Brace…. Stunt double: Chewbacca (uncredited) Peter Brace…. Stunts (uncredited) Andy Bradford…. Stunts (uncredited) Tim Condren…. Stunts (uncredited) Peter Diamond…. Stunts (uncredited) Jim Dowdall…. Stunts (uncredited) Nick Gillard…. Stunts (uncredited) Richard Graydon…. Stunts (uncredited) Richard Hammatt…. Stunts (uncredited) Reg Harding…. Stunts (uncredited) Frank Henson…. Stunts (uncredited) Arthur Howell…. Stunts (uncredited) Mags Kavanaugh…. Stunt double (uncredited) Mags Kavanaugh…. Stunts (uncredited) Wendy Leech…. Stunt double: C-3P0 (uncredited) Wendy Leech…. Stunts (uncredited) Bronco McLoughlin…. Stunts (uncredited) Nosher Powell…. Stunts (uncredited) Colin Skeaping…. Stunt double: Luke Skywalker (uncredited) Colin Skeaping…. Stunts (uncredited) Bill Weston…. Stunts (uncredited) Camera and Electrical Department Carroll Ballard…. Photographer: second unit Rick Clemente…. Photographer: second unit Robert Dalva…. Photographer: second unit Tak Fujimoto…. Photographer: second unit Geoff Glover…. Camera operator John Jay…. Still photographer David Robman…. Camera operator William Shourt…. Camera & mechanical design Ron Tabera…. Camera operator Don Trumbull…. Camera & mechanical design Steve Birtles…. Supervising electrician (uncredited) Peter Bloor…. Electrician (uncredited) Maurice Gillett…. Gaffer (uncredited) Bruce Hill…. Ultra high speed photography (uncredited) Brian Q. Photographer: additional footage for special edition (uncredited) Terry Lewis…. Best boy (uncredited) Michael E. Grip (uncredited) Animation Department Chris Casady…. Stop motion animation Diana Wilson…. Senior clean-up artist (uncredited) Costume and Wardrobe Department Ron Beck…. Wardrobe supervisor Dominic Jack Pizzo Sr….. Stormtrooper costumes (uncredited) Editorial Department Todd Boekelheide…. Assistant film editor Ted Gagliano…. Post-production executive (special edition) Bob Hart…. Negative cutter (special edition) Samuel H. Assistant editor (special edition) Colin Michael Kitchens…. Assistant film editor (as Colin Kitchens) Jay Miracle…. Assistant film editor Jim Passon…. Color timer (special edition) Robert Raring…. Color timer (special edition) Ray Sabo…. Negative continuity (special edition) Brian Q. Editor: additional material for special edition (uncredited) Music Department Herbert W. Supervising music editor Paul Kegg…. Musician: cello (uncredited) George Lucas…. Music producer (uncredited) Angela Morley…. Additional orchestrator (uncredited) Arthur Morton…. Additional orchestrator (uncredited) Lionel Newman…. Music supervisor (uncredited) John Williams…. Additional orchestrator (uncredited) John Williams…. Conductor (uncredited) Albert Woodbury…. Additional orchestrator (uncredited) Other crew Bunny Alsup…. Assistant to producer Leon Briggs…. Film restoration consultant (special edition) Patricia Carr…. Production assistant (as Pat Carr) Pete Comandini…. Film restoration supervisor (special edition) Larry Cuba…. Computer automation and graphic displays Steve Cullip…. Assistant auditor Brian Doyle…. Unit publicist Kim Falkinburg…. Assistant auditor Kathryn Farrar…. Production controller (special edition) Tim Fox…. Archivist (special edition) Brian Gibbs…. Production controller Miki Herman…. Production assistant Ralph M. Location auditor Charles Lippincott…. Advertising publicity supervisor Penny McCarthy…. Assistant auditor Dan O’Bannon…. Computer automation and graphic displays Dan Perri…. Title designer Arnold Ross…. Location manager David Scott…. Special mechanical equipment James Shourt…. Special components Ann Skinner…. Computer automation and graphic displays John C. Computer automation and graphic displays (as John Wash) Lucy Autrey Wilson…. Assistant to director Stuart Ziff…. Special mechanical equipment Bob Anderson…. Fight arranger (uncredited) Stanley Bielecki…. Advertising and publicity consultant (uncredited) Stephen Calcutt…. Stand-in: Peter Mayhew and David Prowse (uncredited) Ron Cobb…. Conceptual creature designer (uncredited) Jack Dearlove…. Stand-in: Harrison Ford (uncredited) Stuart Freeborn…. Creature design supervisor (uncredited) Craig Miller…. Marketing consultant (uncredited) Len Piper…. Stand-in: Decland Mulholland (uncredited) Edward Summer…. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Science Fiction & Horror\Star Wars Collectibles\Other Star Wars Collectibles”. The seller is “kidrokmod” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.

STAR WARS The Empire Strikes Back? BURGER KING COUNTDOWN MOVIE POSTER DISPLAY

STAR WARS The Empire Strikes Back? BURGER KING COUNTDOWN MOVIE POSTER DISPLAY

STAR WARS The Empire Strikes Back? BURGER KING COUNTDOWN MOVIE POSTER DISPLAY

STAR WARS The Empire Strikes Back? BURGER KING COUNTDOWN MOVIE POSTER DISPLAY

RAREST OF THE RARE! MUST HAVE STAR WARS! Up for sale here is one of the RAREST Star Wars items I’ve ever seen: An ORIGINAL 1980 Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back BURGER KING 4-Glasses 4-Weeks COUNTDOWN Movie Poster DISPLAY CARD. This 11×17 inch sign was made to advertise the wildly popular BK glasses offering back in 1980. It’s a 4-weeks countdown poster printed on paper (card-stock) similar to a movie theater lobby card, if you’re familiar with them. It’s a display that was designed to change week to week. It was issued with a “THIS WEEK’S GLASS” chad that fits into pre-cut slots in the poster. Originally, the poster came with two chads attached to the side via perforations. Amazingly, the owner of the Burger King saved the removed piece with one of the chads, and so you can display this complete (see photos #2&3). The chad has NOT been punched yet. I’ve digitally inserted the image of the chad onto the poster to show you how it would look completed (see photo #3). The poster also still has remnants of the perforations along the right side. The scanner was exactly 17 inches wide and it cut off the tiny perforations because they fell just outside the scanning field (a mere fraction of a millimeter) barely beyond the 17 inch mark. Needless to say, if you’re an advanced Star Wars collector – you know how rare this one is. You won’t find another available anywhere! You can’t even find a picture of it on the web. Also, for you Star Wars rarity collectors, keep in mind that this is the ONLY paper poster that was made to advertise these glasses to the public. The other advertising pieces would all be cardboard displays or plastic translites (or translights). Ben Obi-Wan Kenobi Anthony Daniels…. It can crash regardless of any decision you make and can even crash regardless of any decision made by the company related to the stock – Leaving you with a near worthless piece of paper that won’t inspire anyone! The magnificence of art and historic documents have an inherent value that relates to civilization and society. This poster is definitely ECONOMY PROOF! Please write with any questions. If you’re in the market for top quality original vintage movie posters or Star Wars, then please. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Movie Memorabilia\Posters\Originals-United States\1980-89″. The seller is “mrs.miniver” and is located in this country: US.
  • Movie: Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Object Type: Poster
  • Industry: Movies

Star Wars 1981 SUPER RARE NPR Radio Station Display Sign ORIGINAL Movie Poster

Star Wars 1981 SUPER RARE NPR Radio Station Display Sign ORIGINAL Movie Poster

VERY RARE STAR WARS! SUPER RARE RADIO STATION SIGN. Here is a very rare o. Riginal 1981 National Public Radio?? KBPS Station Advertising Sign: The movie Star Wars. Was originally released in May of 1977. By the early 1980s, the original film had garnered a. Worldwide success and following. George Lucas allowed NPR to capitalize on that following with a radio serialization of the original film script (including some of the cut scenes). The Star Wars broadcast subsequently aired in 1981 to a wide reception, and then NPR followed up on that success with a production of Empire Strikes Back the following year in 1982. This more than rare KBPS radio station sign was made to promote the coming of the first broadcast in 1981. It’s so rare that the “Star Wars Vault, ” a 2007 Lucasfilm book which. The rarest and most important vintage Star Wars artifacts, featured this stellar item on page 79. The sign was manufactured out of plastic in 1981, and after all these years, there still has been only a few originals to emerge on the open market, making this one a standout rarity! It measures 11×28 inches, which is a quarter-sheet poster in size. This sign will be professionally packaged so it will be sure to arrive undamaged! National Public Radio 1981 CAST MEMBERS. Mark Hamill as Luke Skywalker. Ann Sachs as Princess Leia Organa. Perry King as Han Solo. Bernard Behrens as Obi-Wan Kenobi. Brock Peters as Darth Vader. Anthony Daniels as C-3PO. Keene Curtis as Grand Moff Tarkin. John Considine as Lord Tion. Stephen Elliott as Prestor (Bail Organa). David Ackroyd as Captain Antilles. Adam Arkin as Fixer. Kale Browne as Biggs Darklighter. David Clennon as Motti. Anne Gerety as Aunt Beru. Thomas Hill as Uncle Owen. David Paymer as Deak. Joel Brooks as Heater. John Dukakis as Rebel. Stephanie Steele as Camie. Phillip Kellard as Customer No. I give a 100% GUARANTEE on the AUTHENTICITY of all my Star Wars posters, and, otherwise! It can crash regardless of any decision you make and can even crash regardless of any decision made by the company related to the stock – Leaving you with a near worthless piece of paper that won’t inspire anyone! The magnificence of art and historic documents have an inherent value that relates to civilization and society. This poster is definitely. Please write with any questions. If you’re in the market for top quality original vintage movie posters or Star Wars, then please. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Movie Memorabilia\Posters\Originals-United States\1980-89″. The seller is “mrs.miniver” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Movie: Star Wars
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Object Type: Poster
  • Industry: Movies

Star Wars Frozen Coke 1977? Coca-cola Cup? In-store Display? Movie Poster

Star Wars Frozen Coke 1977? Coca-cola Cup? In-store Display? Movie Poster

Star Wars Frozen Coke 1977? Coca-cola Cup? In-store Display? Movie Poster

Star Wars Frozen Coke 1977? Coca-cola Cup? In-store Display? Movie Poster

RAREST OF THE RARE! MUST HAVE STAR WARS! Only a few of these originals are known to exist. Ruly one of the rarest early Star Wars posters available worldwide, as very few of these posters were distributed and saved. This advertising poster is much rarer than the movie theater posters, and, a real time 1970s time capsule with the 39 cents price. It’s also a great cross over item for Coca-Cola collectors too. The poster is measures 24×36 inches and is in. Ben Obi-Wan Kenobi Anthony Daniels…. It can crash regardless of any decision you make and can even crash regardless of any decision made by the company related to the stock – Leaving you with a near worthless piece of paper that won’t inspire anyone! The magnificence of art and historic documents have an inherent value that relates to civilization and society. This poster is definitely ECONOMY PROOF! Please write with any questions. If you are in the market for top quality original vintage movie posters or Star Wars, then please. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Movie Memorabilia\Posters\Originals-United States\1970-79″. The seller is “mrs.miniver” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Size: 24×36 inches
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Movie: Star Wars
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Object Type: Poster
  • Industry: Movies

Star Wars 1977 MINT ESTES Proton Torpedo MODEL ROCKET Store Display MOVIE POSTER

Star Wars 1977 MINT ESTES Proton Torpedo MODEL ROCKET Store Display MOVIE POSTER

Star Wars 1977 MINT ESTES Proton Torpedo MODEL ROCKET Store Display MOVIE POSTER

Star Wars 1977 MINT ESTES Proton Torpedo MODEL ROCKET Store Display MOVIE POSTER

MUST HAVE STAR WARS! Top Conservation House Paper-Mount! Here’s a piece that represents the best of store display advertising movie posters: A 1977 Star Wars ESTES Proton Torpedo MODEL ROCKETRY Poster! This poster was made for display at the model shops. It’s as nice a design as any of the theatrical posters and has a profound connection with the film, as all the models in the film were built from kits found at these very shops. Estes was one of the only companies that has toy product ready for sale in 1977 when the film hit big, and so it’s one of the earliest posters made on Star Wars The “Proton Torpedo” kit advertised on this poster couldn’t be a more appropriate match for the budding franchise. This poster was designed to hang in the shop, most probably on the door for all the eager patrons to see. It’s one of my personal favorites and I have over 3000 different Star Wars posters! It’s also one of the RAREST! In almost 40 years of collecting Star Wars posters I’ve only seen two! This poster was issued approximately 27×9.5 inches. WITH the paper mount it’s. Approximately 29.5×11.5 inches. It was designed and printed WITHOUT a white border. They call that a full “Bleed” in the advertising industry. It makes it much harder to handle a poster if it’s a full Bleed, and so I had the poster museum linen-mounted to smooth-out all the two hairline folds it was made with. The poster came to the store folded inside the case with the kits. This poster was NEVER displayed. It’s been carefully stored away since 1977. It’s in SOLID MINT/NearMINT condition! It was that way before I had it backed. I used the best conservator in the USA to back this beauty. He ONLY uses high-grade materials, such fine acid-free Japanese rice paper. The better materials cost more but make a real difference in the end result. It’s flat as a pancake and as clean as can be. It’s quite an eye catching display. If you own one of these vintage Star Wars kits this poster is a MUST! PAPER BACKING and LINEN-MOUNTING. Is an accepted form of poster preservation by the Library of Congress and every Museum in the country. A lot of advanced poster buyers request and prefer mounted posters because it makes framing and displaying the posters much easier – ESPECIALLY on borderless posters. As I pointed out, this poster was made without a border. The nice light beige margin you see in the photo is Japanese paper the poster is mounted on. You can see how easy it would be to damage the original poster without that extra margin of protection. The backing makes the poster much safer to handle – it GREATLY reduces the risk of damaging the original. Also, all of my linen-backed posters have been stored FLAT so they DO NOT have a curl to them – They’re ready for framing and display! If you are looking for an investment/museum quality poster, look no further. Ben Obi-Wan Kenobi Anthony Daniels…. It can crash regardless of any decision you make and can even crash regardless of any decision made by the company related to the stock – Leaving you with a near worthless piece of paper that won’t inspire anyone! The magnificence of art and historic documents have an inherent value that relates to civilization and society. This poster is definitely ECONOMY PROOF! Please write with any questions. If you are in the market for top quality original vintage movie posters or Star Wars, then please. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Movie Memorabilia\Posters\Originals-United States\1970-79″. The seller is “mrs.miniver” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Movie: Star Wars
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Object Type: Poster
  • Industry: Movies

Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back? Dixie & Lipton Store Display Movie Poster

Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back? Dixie & Lipton Store Display Movie Poster

Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back? Dixie & Lipton Store Display Movie Poster

Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back? Dixie & Lipton Store Display Movie Poster

DARTH VADER DIXIE DISPLAY! Here’s one of the most rocking original Sith Lord advertising store displays – A 1980 ORIGINAL EMPIRE STRIKES BACK DIXIE CUP & LIPTON TEA DARH VADER POLE DISPLAY! This is a very cool piece suitable for any advanced Star Wars movie poster or display collection. This rare item measures 39.5×33 inches when opened. The display was actually used in 1980. It has some wear and tear but is still very nice. I’ve only seen two other originals of this and they were not as nice as this one. I’ve posted professional high-res photos so you can see exactly what it looks like. The photos leave nothing to the imagination. What you see is what you get – A GREAT EARLY STAR WARS ITEM!!! It can crash regardless of any decision you make and can even crash regardless of any decision made by the company related to the stock – Leaving you with a near worthless piece of paper that won’t inspire anyone! The magnificence of art and historic documents have an inherent value that relates to civilization and society. This Vader display definitely. FOR MOST ITEMS LISTED. Please write with any questions. If you’re in the market for top quality original vintage movie posters or Star Wars, then please. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Movie Memorabilia\Posters\Originals-United States\1980-89″. The seller is “mrs.miniver” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Size: 39.5×33
  • Movie: Empire Strikes Back
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Object Type: Poster
  • Industry: Movies