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EXTRA-ORDINARY MOVIE & MUSIC MEMORABILIA- VINYL RECORDS SALE!

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Dec 11
4pm to 10pm
2017

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MASSIVE MOVIE MEMORABILIA and VINYL RECORDS/LP/45's SALE!

 

Private collection of 40+ years.

TIMES AND TERMS:

**4PM-5PM PREVIEW ONLY!- No purchasing of items during this time. This preview time is being offered to allow prospective buyers to scope out the layout of the setup, open up posters, check condition, ask questions, etc. There will be NO setting aside or making up of piles to be bought. If we catch you doing so, you will be asked to leave. All customers will be asked to leave the building to join the line up outside at the 5PM preview closing time and doors will be closed. Preview line parties WILL NOT be given a number or preferential treatment for the Sale time line of 5:30PM. Preview line people will be required to join the back of the line unless they have a party waiting for them in the 2nd line holding a spot. 

There are two doors for this event. We will have one door open for preview ONLY. The other door will be for LINING UP to enter sale at 5:30PM. Both Doors will be CLEARLY MARKED

**5:30PM-10PM (ACTUAL SALE TIMES)**. At 5:30, we will open the doors and allow for items to be purchased. First Come, First Served. No Numbers will be handed out to buyers. Get there early in line to save your spot for the best guarantee of getting the items you want!

**9PM-10PM All items will be will be 1/2 off. No single movie poster and some limited 45's will be sold for less than $10.00. 

LOCATION

Can't wait to see you at our sale. Setup was 3240.

712 S Florida Ave, Joplin.
Ozark Gateway Association of Realtors Conference Center

Plenty of Parking, Heated building.

ABOUT THE HISTORY

Mr. Endicott was a private collector in the 1970's-1980's here in SW MO, having worked for the Fox Theatre and Eastgate Movie Theatre in Joplin. He then worked for a theatre in KC, before moving to Los Angeles, CA. He now owns a movie procuring business in LA. We are selling his private collection from storage here in Carthage.

 

WE BELIEVE THERE TO BE JUST OVER 1000+ posters in total: 

- 40X60 Movie Posters (RARE!- SEVERAL!)

- Movie Banners both poster style and paper style

- Movie Toppers (banners)

- Opera Posters from New York City

- Posters from bands, ensembles and such 

- 35 MM movie teaser reels

- Press Kits (lots of them!)

- 8X10 black/white photos of actors and actresses

- 8x10 colored photos 

- 27X40 and 27X41 Single Sheet/One Sheet Movie Posters (Hundreds and hundreds)

- 14X36 Insert Movie Posters (over 100+)  Some hard to find ones!

- LP 45's (several with sleeves) and Vinyl Records (Pop, RockNRoll, Blues, Country)

- 8 track tapes (Pop, RockNRoll, Blues, Country)

 

and a lot more! This is quite the collection. We have found several rare posters.

We can tell you that a majority if not all, are from the 1960's-1980's, from famous movies to knock off's that maybe didn't go over so well to the general public, making the posters harder to find because they were thrown away or destroyed.

We do not have a list available as there are SO MANY genres, film names. We hope to see you all there! If you have friends or know of collectors in the 4 State/Midwest Area, please share and tag them!

Cash or Card (3% convenience fee on cards)

Please note: We are not an auction company. Therefore this is NOT an auction. A majority of posters will be "Tag" priced, but if not, they will be under price categories. Again, not an auction. Find a poster? Pick it up and pay. No waiting around for it to sell!

 

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We started through 1 box and 1 box only to compile an idea of what posters we have to offer.   This is just 1 BOX! and we have about 10 boxes total of posters. 

 

1.     1978 “LUNA”

2.     1978 “GREASE”

3.     1978 “THE LORD OF THE RINGS”

4.     ?       “SAINT JACK”

5.     1979 “AND JUSTICE FOR ALL”

6.     1978 “HAROLD AND MAUDE”

7.     ?        “BARRY LYNDON”

8.     1978 “RABBIT TEST”

9.     ?        “ THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE

10.  1979 “HAIR”

11.  1979 “APOCALYPSE NOW”

12.  ?        “LIZZTOMANIA”

13.  1979 “ROAD RUNNER MOVIE”

14.  ?        “THE GREEN ROOM”

15.  1979 “ESCAPE FROM ALCATRAZ”

16.  1979 “DRACULA”

17.  1979 “THE WARRIORS”

18.  1970’s “MOTHER, JUGS AND SPEED”

19.  1979 “TIME AFTER TIME”

20.  1971 “KLUTE”

21.  1975 “LUCKY LADY”

22.  1970 “SLEEPING BEAUTY”

23.  ?       “EQUUS”

24.  1979 “SLEEPING BEAUTY” Style A

25.  1969 “BOB & CAROL, TED & ALICE”

26.  1976 “LIPSTICK”

27.  1979 “GOING IN STYLE”

28.  1979 “HIDE IN PLAIN SIGHT”

29.  1978 “AN UNMARRIED WOMAN”

30.  1978 “HARDCORE”

31.  1979 “THE MUPPET MOVIE”

32.  1974 “CABARET”

33.  1977 “STAR WARS”

34.  1979 “STAR TREK THE MOTION PICTURE”

35.  1974 “KING OF HEARTS”

36.  1975 “AL PACINO IN DOG DAY ANTERNON 27X60”

37.  1972 “THE TURNING POINT

38.  1976 “OMEN”

39.  1977 “LOOKING FOR MR GOODBAR”

40.  1976 “SEVEN PER CENT SOLUTION”

41.  1976 “TAXI DRIVER”

42.  1972 “WHATS UP DOC”

43.  ?      “WALT DISNEY FANTASIA TECHNICOLOR”

44.  ?      “MARATHON MAN”

45.  1974 “CINDERLLA LIBERTY”

46.  1976 “THE LAST TYCOON”

47.  1979 “ENTER THE DRAGON:”

48.  1979 “KRAMER vs KRAMER”

49.  1978 “WALT DISNEY THE JUNGLE BOOK”

50.  1979 “WHEN A STRANGER CALLS”

51.  1974 “THAT’S ENTERTAINMENT”

52.  ?       “BARBERELLA”

53.  1979 “ALIEN”

54.  1979 “PROMISES IN THE DARK”

55.  1974 “THE LAST PICTURE SHOW”

56.  1979 “THE FISH THAT SAVED PITTSBURGH”

57.  1968 “BULLITT” (RARE!- last sold on ebay for $300+!)

58.  1979 “THE ROSE”

59.  1978 “A LUEDDING”

60.  1973 “THE LEGEND OF HELL HOUSE”

61.  1973 “THE PAPER CHASE”

62.  1975 “EMMANBELLE”

63.  1971 “FRIENDS”

64.  1964 “GUESS WHO” w/Catherine Hepburn

65.  1971 “CARNAL KNOWLEDGE”

66.  1972 “OTHER SIDE OF MIDNIGHT”

67.  1979 “FRENCH POSTCARDS”

68.  1974 “CABARET”

69.  1976 “THE TENANT”

70.  1974 “STAR WARS” Style A

71.  1970 “WHERE’S POPPA”

72.  1967 “SPARTACUS”

73.  1979 “HEAD OVER HEELS”

74.  1971 “THE POSSESS OF JOEL DELANEY”

75.  1977 “ANNIE HALL”

76.  1979 “MANHATTAN”

77.  1979 “METEOR”

78.  1979 “FIDDLER ON THE ROOF”

79.  1973 “BANG THE DRUM SLOWLY”

80.  1975 “BLACK CHRISTMAS”

81.  1979 “BREAKING AWAY”

82.  1979 “AVALANCHE EXPRESS”

83.  1977 “THE TURNING POINT”

84.  1978 “INTERIORS”

85.  1979 “COMING HOME”

86.  1972 “ ALL SEASONS”

87.  1972 “IN LADY SINGS THE BLUES”

88.  1975 “LOVE AND DEATH”

89.  1972 “LAST TANGO IN PARIS”

90.  1979 “STARTING OVER”

91.  1979 “THE GREAT SANTINI”

92.  1979 “THE INLAWS”

93.  1979 “THE ONION FIELD”

94.  1979 “THE AMERICAN SUCCESS STORY”

95.  1973 “DON’T LOOK NOW”

96.  1975 “STARDUST”

97.  1979 “PROMISES IN THE DARK”

98.  1979 “LA CAGE AUX FOLLES”

99.  1979 “KILLER FISH”

100.                  1979 “101 DALMATIONS”

101.                  1973 “THE HARDER THEY COME” style B

102.                  1970 “GONE WITH THE WIND”

103.                  1979 “THE CHINA SYNDROME”

104.                  1979 “SCAVENGER HUNT”

105.                  1971 “PLANET OF THE APES”

106.                  ?      “TIME AFTER TIME”

107.                  1976 “THE SHOOTIST”

108.                  1978 “MOVIE MOVIE”

109.                  1979 “PHANTASM”

110.                  ?      “ A LITTLE ROMANCE”

111.                  1979 “REMEMBER MY NAME”

112.                  1978 “A DREAM OF PASSION”

Rolled movie posters

1980 40X60 Rolled “Close Encounters of the Third Kind- Special Edition”

1980 40X60 Rolled “Being There”

1979 40X60 Rolled “The Rose” with Bette Midler

1980 40X30 Rolled “A Change of Seasons

1966 40X60 Rolled “GIGI”

1979 27X41 Rolled “the Shining”

1981 22X28 Rolled “Tess”

1980 Rolled “Altered States”

1979 27X41 Rolled “Arabian Adventure”

1979 27X41 Rolled “The Black Hole”

1979 27X41 Rolled “Meteor”

1974 27X41 Rolled “The Conversation” (rough condition)

1980 27X41 Rolled “Flash Gordon”

1979 27X41 Rolled “Apocalypse Now”

1976 27X41 Rolled “Taxi Driver”

1974 27X41 Rolled Andy Warhols “Frankenstein”  a Film by Paul Morrissey

1976 27X41 Rolled Mel Brooks “Silent Movie”

1975 27X41 Rolled “The Rocky Horror Picture Show”

1975 27X41 Rolled “Barry Lyndon”

1978 27X41 Rolled “Superman”

1971 27X41 Rolled “Cabaret”

1975 27x41 Rolled “Shampoo”

1974 27X41 Rolled “Chinatown”

1978 27X41 Rolled “Pretty Baby” Louis Malles

1979 27X41 Rolled “The Amityville Horror”

1972 27X41 Rolled “Tales From  the Crypt”

1965 30X40 Rolled “Cat Ballou” marked 65/66

1968 30X40 Rolled Double Feature “ The Odd Couploe” and “Rosemary’s Baby” 69/125

1968 30X40 Rolled “Rosemary’s Baby” 68/208

1961 30X40 Rolled “West Side Story”  (damaged)

1978 27X41 Rolled “the Buddy Holly Story”

1979 Rolled “Blind Date”

1978 26X40 Rolled “Superman The Movie”

1979 14X36 Rolled “Meteor”

1974 30X40 Rolled “The Poseidon Adventure”

1979 one sheet Rolled Redford Fonda “Electric”

1980 27X41 Rolled “Al Pacino Cruising”

1980 25X40 Rolled “John Travolta Urban Cowboy”

1979 27X41 Rolled “The Kids are Alright” Starring The Who

1979 27X41 Rolled “Nosferatu the Vampire”

1980 27X41 Rolled “No Nukes”     4 mint condition

1978 JRR Tolkein “Lord of the Rings – A Fantasy Film”  (2 Copies)

1977 20X59 Rolled Banner Style “The Spy Who Loved Me”- James Bond (Large Bond Photo

1977 20X59 Rolled Banner Style “The Spy Who Loved me”- James Bond  (water scene)

1978 14X36 Rolled “The Cheap Detective”

1969 Rolled “Op Eyes”

Topper Banners: The Sunshine Boys and Lucky Lady

 

 

Here is  the list of the LP 45's to be sold but does not include all of the names. This is just a sample preview. Photos uploaded of the 45's. Some are extremely RARE! All have original sleeves. there are others that are more common that do not have sleeves and will also be for sale. 

- Xray Spex "Identity"

- Xray Spex "The Day the World Turned" EMI records

- Epic Records MI SEX ""Computer Games, and, What do you want"

- Nick Lowe "I love the sound of Breaking Glass and They Called it Love" London 1978

- Willie Nelson "Honeysuckle Rose"

- FBEAT "The Attractions with Single Girl and Slow Patience" Purple Record

- FBEAT "Rockpile Wrong Way and Now and Always" Riviera Global Records (Yellow record)

- The Romantics "What I like About You" and "First in Line" Nemporer Records 

- Nick Lowe "American Squirm" and "Whats so funn 'bout Peace Love and Understanding" 

- Rich Kids "Marching Men" and "Here comes the nice" LIVE VERSION London England 

- The Who " You Better You Bet" 

- Iggy Pop " I'm Bored" and "African Man"  Arista 1979 Records 

- Nick Lowe "Bowi" Live Version "Born a Woman" "Shake that Rat" "DEAD" "Endless Sleep" "Marie Provost" LONDON

- Two Tone Records "Tears of a clown" "Ranking Full Stop" 

- Elvis Costello "New Amsterdam" "Dr Luthers Assistant" "Ghost Train" "Just a memory"  LONDON

- Nick Lowe "Halfway to Paradise" "I don't want the night to end" STIFF RECORDS

- Ian Hunter Limited Edition Double Single Chrysalis Records "We Gotta Get Out of Here" "Once Bitten Twice Shy" "Bastard" "Cleveland Rocks"

  "Sons and Daughters" "One of the Boys" 

- Polydor Records "Nothing to Lose" UK   (promotion copy ONLY) 

- Elvis Costello "Pay it Back" Stiff Records "Mystery Dance: 

- UK version Elvis Costello "New Amsterdam" "Dr Luthers Assistant" "Ghost Train" "Just a memory" 

- Stiff Epic Records Lene Lovich "Lucky Number" and "Lucky Number Slavic Dance Version"

- Nick Lowe "Little Hitler" "Cruel to be Kind Ada12" 

- UK version of "Clash" "I Fought the Law" "Groovy Times" "Gates of the West" 

- Bill Nelson's Red Noise " Revolt into Style" "Out of touch" on blue vinyl

- Go Feet The Beat "Mirror in the Bathroom" and "Jackpot" 

- Elvis Costello and the Attractions "Radio Radio" "Tiny Steps"  Made in UK, Riviera Records, Produced by Nick Lowe

- Epic Records  RARE DUO! George Jones and Elvis Costello in :Stranger in the House" and "A Drunk  Can't Beat A Man" 

- XTC "Making Plans for Nigel" Made in England and "Bushman President" "Pulsing Pulsing" 

- Nick Lowe with Stiff Records "Hallway to Paradise" "I don't want the night to end"

- The Boomtown Rats "I don't like Mondays" "Its all the Rage" Ensign Records France Version 

- Paul McCartney and Wings Live Version "Coming Up" 

 

 

 

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