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« #15 : May 21, 2007, 05:52:00 PM »

a couple more...

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« #16 : May 29, 2007, 07:32:00 PM »

A little off topic, but can anybody confirm whether the new spanish book on Eli Wallach has rare unpublished GBU photos, (and maybe how many) as stated in this month's cinema retro (which I know Mike S writes for....) I'm thinking of buying the book just for the pics (don't speak/read spanish)...

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« #17 : May 30, 2007, 02:07:49 AM »

Posters: Australian re-release and first release. Great one.

Book: I'm supposed to get it later in June so I'll gladly scan you the pics. Not many, just a couple and not in great
'reproduceable' quality... Guess I saw one already here in the forum..




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« #18 : May 30, 2007, 02:27:23 AM »

A little off topic, but can anybody confirm whether the new spanish book on Eli Wallach has rare unpublished GBU photos, (and maybe how many) as stated in this month's cinema retro (which I know Mike S writes for....) I'm thinking of buying the book just for the pics (don't speak/read spanish)...

Do you mean this book by Carlos Aguilar's wife/partner Anita Haas (a biography on Eli Walalch in Spanish):

http://garringo.cool.ne.jp/book.htm

I have this book but, as far as I can remember, there are not any rare GBU stills.


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« #19 : May 30, 2007, 06:32:30 AM »

Do you mean this book by Carlos Aguilar's wife/partner Anita Haas (a biography on Eli Walalch in Spanish):

http://garringo.cool.ne.jp/book.htm

I have this book but, as far as I can remember, there are not any rare GBU stills.



Yes, I think that's the one, thanks for letting me know it's not really worth getting for the stills (wish I spoke spanish)


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« #20 : May 30, 2007, 06:33:24 AM »

Posters: Australian re-release and first release. Great one.

Book: I'm supposed to get it later in June so I'll gladly scan you the pics. Not many, just a couple and not in great
'reproduceable' quality... Guess I saw one already here in the forum..



Thanks Mike, appreciate it.

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« #21 : May 30, 2007, 10:20:52 AM »

Yes, I think that's the one, thanks for letting me know it's not really worth getting for the stills (wish I spoke spanish)



I will check the book out again . . .

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« #22 : May 30, 2007, 11:52:16 AM »

I scanned 3 of the GBU rare stills from the Haas book on the rare photos thread on Gen discussion. Page 22 if you want to check them there. There is one more from GBU showing Blondie and Tuco arriving at the shelled building (where they get the note from Angel Eyes). Not that many but i hadn't seen these 4 GBU ones anywhere else. Theres a few photos from his other Spaghettis and all his other films of course.

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« #23 : May 30, 2007, 01:41:17 PM »

Thanks again, Le Bon, should have known you would have already contributed these! They're great shots, are they in really nice quality within the book itself?


I scanned 3 of the GBU rare stills from the Haas book on the rare photos thread on Gen discussion. Page 22 if you want to check them there. There is one more from GBU showing Blondie and Tuco arriving at the shelled building (where they get the note from Angel Eyes). Not that many but i hadn't seen these 4 GBU ones anywhere else. Theres a few photos from his other Spaghettis and all his other films of course.

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« #24 : May 30, 2007, 04:15:49 PM »

The quality in the book is not great and two are quite small.

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Out of all the GBU posters, this one is my favorite.


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« #26 : June 25, 2007, 02:15:08 AM »

That is cool. I've never seen that before.


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« #27 : June 25, 2007, 01:00:28 PM »

?

But it is pictured on page one of this thread...

Extremely rare 2-sheet from the initial release.



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« #28 : June 26, 2007, 07:11:01 AM »

Uh...   :-[ It is possible that I never checked the first page.


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« #29 : October 05, 2007, 09:00:37 AM »

Maybe someone can help me with a collector's problem:

I'm trying to complete my French GBU Lobby Card - set. Unfortunately
I could never find out how many stills the sets had. There are two different
prints which included the same shots. The first set from 1966 has bigger credits / writing,
while the second (70's) has smaller in the white bottom area. I posted Set A (6 cards) & B (5 cards)
I have posted my sets from the 70's one Page 1 in the upper third.

Of the old cards I have 10 with one card which is not in the 70's set A & B.

So has the 70's set an additional Set C with another 5 cards which then comes to 16?


And how about the 60's set? Any ideas about the number?


'hope to find some serious collectors here, they MUST be somewhere :)



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