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Our Favorite Movie Posters #71: The Little Cigars Mob (1973) PDF Print E-mail
Written by The Projectionist   
Thursday, 29 March 2012 20:07

Click to View Larger... Click to View Larger...The Little Cigars Mob (1973) - Little Cigars is a movie released in 1973 by American International Pictures, about a gang of little people who team up with a gangster's mistress, played by Golden Globe nominee Angel Tompkins, to go on a crime spree. "Cleo", the gangster's mistress, was played by Tompkins shortly after her nomination and appearance in "Playboy" (an off-shoot of her appearance in "Prime Cut" where she played opposite Lee Marvin and Gene Hackman), owing to the lack of parts available to her and indirectly to any woman of her beauty; the business of film making had entered the "Slice of Life", "Real People" paradigm in the early seventies. The film also features Billy Curtis and Jerry Maren, both of whom also played Munchkins in the Wizard of Oz.

When released in the United States, the title of the film was The Little Cigars Mob.

Thanks to Wikipedia for the above information.

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Our Favorite Movie Posters #70: Heavy Metal (1981) PDF Print E-mail
Written by The Projectionist   
Wednesday, 14 March 2012 21:45

Click to View Larger... Click to View Larger...Heavy Metal (1981) - A Canadian fantasy-animated film directed by Gerald Potterton and produced by Ivan Reitman and Leonard Mogel, for sale who also was the publisher of Heavy Metal magazine, viagra the basis for the film. The screenplay was written by Daniel Goldberg and Len Blum.

The film is an anthology of various science fiction and fantasy stories adapted from Heavy Metal magazine and original stories in the same spirit. Like the magazine, it has a great deal of graphic violence, nudity, and sexuality. Its production was expedited by having several animation houses working simultaneously on different segments, including Cin├ęGroupe and Atkinson Film-Arts.

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Our Favorite Movie Posters #69: Penitentiary II (1982) PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 11 March 2012 17:16

Click to View Larger... Click to View Larger...Penitentiary II (1982) - An ex-con, medical on parole and trying to straighten his life out, stuff decides to resume his boxing career when one of his prison enemies escapes and kills his girlfriend.

This one is not as good as the first one, but a hell of a lot better than the shitty "3".

One thing about the poster concerns me. The size of his fist. I find it hard to believe that Jayne Kennedy can still walk.

 
Our Favorite Movie Posters #68: A Small Town in Texas (1976) PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 08 March 2012 12:41

Click to View Larger... Click to View Larger...A Small Town in Texas (1976) - This by-the-numbers action-revenge drama that plays like several other similarly-plotted, good ol' boy pulp flicks of its era, such as Billy Jack (1971) and Walking Tall (1973). Timothy Bottoms stars as Poke Jackson, a convict who's just been released from prison after a stint for drug trafficking. The catch is that Poke was innocent, having been framed for the crime by a corrupt lawman, Sheriff Duke (Bo Hopkins). Poke makes his way home to his beautiful girlfriend Mary Lee (Susan George) and their illegitimate son, only to find that Duke has moved into his place as Mary's lover. Incensed, Poke sets out on a course of vengeance that will pit him against the tough cop and culminate in a lethal car chase. With supporting characters named "Bull," "Cleotus," and "Buford," the redneck pedigree of A Small Town in Texas (1976) is distinct. The film was penned by screenwriter William W. Norton, who wrote several better examples of this high-octane, macho genre, including White Lightning (1973) and Gator (1976). (Rotten Tomatoes)

 

 
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