Rare Film Posters


Collection of 20 Film Noir Lobby Cards:

  • THE BIG BLUFF (1955) directed by W. Lee Wilder, based on a story by Mindred Lord and starring John Bromfield, Rosemarie Stack.
  • THE BIG NIGHT (1951) directed by Sidney Salkow starring Randy Sparks.
  • THE BLACK HAND (1950) directed by Richard Thorpe, based on a story by Leo Townsend and starring Gene Kelly.
  • A BULLET FOR JOEY (1955) directed by Lewis Allen, based on a story by James Benson Nablo and starring George Raft.
  • DRIVE A CROOKED ROAD (1954) directed by Richard Quine, based on a story by James Benson Nablo and starring Mickey Rooney and Dianne Foster.
  • THE HITCH-HIKER (1953) directed by Ida Lupino starring William Tallman.
  • THE KILLER IS LOOSE (1956) directed by Budd Boetticher, based on a story by John & Ward Hawkins and starring Joseph Cotten.
  • THE LINEUP (1958) directed by Don Siegel starring Eli Wallach and Robert Keith.
  • THE MAN WITH MY FACE (1951) directed by Edward Montagne, based on the novel by Samuel W. Taylor and starring Barry Nelson.
  • NEW ORLEANS UNCENSORED (1955) directed by William Castle starring Arthur Franz, Beverly Garland, Helene Stanton, Michael Ansara, Stacy Harris, William Henry, Michael Granger, Frankie Ry, Ed Nelson and Mike Mazurki.
  • PRIVATE HELL 36 (1958 re-release) directed by Don Siegel, written by Collier Young & Ida Lupino and starring Ida Lupino, Dean Jagger, Steve Cochran and Howard Duff.
  • SCANDAL SHEET (1952) directed by Phil Karlson, based upon the novel “The Dark Page” by Samuel Fuller and starring Broderick Crawford, Donna Reed and John Derek.
  • THE SCARF (1951) directed by Ewald André Dupont starring John Ireland (2 cards)
  • THE SLEEPING CITY (1950) directed by Ewald André Dupont starring Richard Conte, Coleen Gray, Richard Taber and John Alexander (3 cards).
  • THE STEEL TRAP (1952) directed by Andrew L. Stone starring Joseph Cotten.
  • SUDDEN DANGER (1955) directed by Hubert Cornfield starring Bill Elliott, Tom Drake and Beverly Garland.
  • WITNESS TO MURDER (1954) directed by Roy Rowland, with an original screenplay by Chester Erskine and starring Barbara Stanwyck.
  • The cards are in good to fine condition.


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