Rare Film Posters

PEACEFUL YEARS

£79.50

Original British 11 inch x 17 inch Double-Sided Trade Advertisement from Kinematograph Weekly for the 1949 Peter Baylis 60 minute Newsreel THE PEACEFUL YEARS 1919-1939, introduced by Emlyn Williams with the voices of Maurice Denham, Peter Madden, James Hayter, Ann Codrington, Stuart Hibberd, Betty Hardy and The People of Britain.

Hour Glass dissolves to Painting. 1918 crowds cheering end of war. Soldiers returning home, marching, on vehicles, leaving ship. Famous war leaders, Allenby, Jellico with Smuts, Beatty, Marshal Foch, Haig giving out medals. Victory parade London 1919. Graphic 8,000,000 Dead. War graves. Unknown warrior arrives London. Gun salute. Cenotaph unveiled by George V. “21,000,000 Maimed”. Wheel chairs and wounded war veterans, men on crutches with one leg. Relaxing on the Thames, Boulter’s Lock. Upper classes dressed up, Ascot fashions 1920. Beach holiday scenes, Punch and Judy, playing in sand and sea. News paper press. “Fierce Dublin Battle”. Soldiers arresting Irish Rebels. CU De Valera. Riot in Dublin street. “Direct flight across the Atlantic”, Aircraft tipped up in bog, CU pilots Alcock and Brown. “Lady Astor takes her seat”, first woman M.P. to enter Parliament.

On the reverse is the 11 inch x 8 1/2 inch Trade Advertisement for the 1956 Claude Binyon Drama THE SAXON CHARM, based on the novel by Frederic Wakeman and starring Robert Montgomery, Susan Hayward, John Payne, Audrey Totter, Harry Von Zell and Heather Angel.

In order to get his way, New York producer Matt Saxon manipulates and controls everyone around him but his latest protégé, novelist Eric Busch, finally stands-up to him.

The Advertisement is in very good condition with a vertical centre fold and 2 staple holes along it.

Availability: 1 in stock

Original British 11 inch x 17 inch Double-Sided Trade Advertisement from Kinematograph Weekly