The Golden Age of Hollywood

A few years back, I got these two movie posters while shopping at Ross. They're really nice posters. Not your usual paper posters, but more of composition board.

The Gone with the Wind one has TM Turner Entertainment Co. & The Stephens Mitchell Trust printed on the back.

The Singin' in the Rain one has Radio Days printed on the back.

I've looked up websites to both of these companies and can't find posters like this online. I've tried amazon and ebay. I've been back to Ross several times hoping they would have more, but I haven't seen them in a while. I know they had other movies up there when I got these two, but they were movies I didn't care about.

I was wondering if anyone here has seen these posters around or has an idea of where I might order some more.

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Check out Bruce Hershenson's website.  Bruce is the #1 seller and expert in movie posters. I have been purchasing from him since 1998.  He has an archive of images, etc and explanation of posters.  Helen

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I totally agree. Bruce's site gives the best service of anywhere on the planet. In addition, Bruce and I have become friends on FB, and he's a prince. The ONLY problem I have with this site is that I keep spending my money there! But at least I've been able to find some great lobby cards, and managed to fill my set from 3:10 TO YUMA!

Check this out, Ginny. I clicked on the category "Movies" then "Classic" and sorted the results from highest priced to lowest priced, so that the better quality posters would show first. The stretched canvas prints might be sort of what you're looking for, but they're expensive.

http://www.allposters.com/-st/Classic-Movies-Posters_c182_.htm

Happy hunting!

Posters similar to these will occasionally show up at Hobby Lobby

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