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« : December 20, 2010, 03:50:40 PM »

guess I'll keep on posting some posters & photos...

Here's the bigger part of my FOD collection. I'll start with
ITALIA. 2-foglio (100x140cm), locandina & 8 photobusta (2 still missing).
They all date back to 1966 when most of the FOD so-called 'first-release'
material was printed. It is all the same styles and design as printed
in late 1964, but because it was released so poorly in the beginning,
naturally there wasn't much material printed. When the film became
a hit, this stuff displayed here came into action (still very hard to find & expensive):






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« #1 : December 20, 2010, 03:57:31 PM »

I'll continue with the Spanish material:
The scarce first release poster, followed by the 1972 poster &
complete lobby card set. Then there is the 1981 lobby card set
(using frame enlargements). I'm not sure 1965 lobby cards do exist.
 




The third co-production country: Germany.
Here's both 1-sheets + a complete set of 24 lobby cards.
followed by the RR 1-sheets for 1971 & 1981. (for both re-releases
12 and later 16 lc's from the 1964 set of 24 cards were re-printed.
So 8 cards of the first release set are quite rare since they were only
used in the 60's).








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« #2 : December 20, 2010, 04:00:07 PM »

cool stuff mike  O0


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« #3 : December 20, 2010, 04:02:30 PM »

Now England & the US. Still waiting for my first FOD posters :(
Should have bought them 25 years ago, when the prices were still reasonable :)
At least I got a lot of stills.
Here's the UK Front of house set + the US lobby card set (11x14).
Followed by some of my b/w stills and some rare behind the scenes stills.








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« #4 : December 20, 2010, 04:07:37 PM »

Now for se French release:
I have no idea what the first release material does look like.
Would be cool to see something (anybody?).
I have this great 120x160cm poster from the late 60's and
some rare lobby cards. Some said they are first release, but I'm
not so sure. Then there's the nice re-release set from the early 80's,
the poster for that release and the Belgium re-release poster (early 70's).







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« #5 : December 20, 2010, 04:18:31 PM »

Some more stuff:
the Argentinian first release poster, the Yugoslawian poster,
the brochures from the US & Germany,
the German 12-page program, the Austrian 4-page program
and the German Super-8 cover (1972),
I'll end with the 70's Mexican set of 8. I'm not sure whether the film
was released there in the 60's:











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« #6 : December 20, 2010, 07:54:31 PM »

Boy, I consider myself as a real fanatic of Leone's westerns. But after seeing your memorabilia  O0, I feel quite downgraded.  ;D

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« #7 : December 21, 2010, 02:30:10 PM »

Wow amazing, thanks so much for taking all the time to post these, very much appreciated!

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« #8 : December 24, 2010, 09:05:25 AM »

Great stuff.  Some of the drawings sure don't look like Clint Eastwood !!!  And in the following capture it sure looks like a still from the cemetery in GBU !!!


Obviously a re-release poster....

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« #9 : January 11, 2011, 10:51:21 AM »

Very nice collection.............I remember having the pamphlet on the synopsis for FOD back in 1966..........Brings back memories............where do you keep posters and cards ?? under any special conditions ?

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« #10 : January 12, 2011, 03:02:13 AM »

No, just stored in envelopes or plastic to protect it. Until the early 80's almost all promo material
was delivered folded, so that helps. Storing unfolded posters I don't really like, uses so much space
and it's hard not to add little damages over the years.
Italian material has a special place, won't fit on any shelf :)





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« #11 : June 29, 2013, 12:36:50 AM »

Some of the latest entries:
scarce German Jumbo lobby cards / standees (50x50cm),
German Window card, Geman re-release double panel (1981),
scarce French first release lobby card, French first release 1-sheet:











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« #12 : June 29, 2013, 03:32:00 PM »

Needless to say, this continues to be one of the very best threads on the board. Thanks heaps, Mike! O0 O0 O0



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« #13 : June 30, 2013, 02:22:35 AM »

Mike,

Was any of your material used for the Leone exhibit in the Gene Autry museum back in 2005 or 2006, and/or Frayling's book ONCE UPON A TIME IN ITALY which was the companion volume to the exhibit?


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« #14 : December 17, 2016, 12:37:28 PM »

No,
I know Sir Christopher, he has enough LEONE items, he wouldn't need mine I suppose :).

In fact I wanted to make a LEONE book for years, using my 1000+ posters & photos etc.
But I'm out of writing film books. To painful to make, no money in it... can't afford that any longer.



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