Entertainment Memorabilia 2018-04-07 Auction - 856 Price Results - Potter & Potter Auctions in IL
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Chicago, IL, United States
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Entertainment Memorabilia

Spanning from the time of vaudeville and the silent era through the twentieth century and up to the present, our April 7 auction features hundreds of movie posters, signed photographs and autographs, lobby cards and stills, Hollywood and television costumes, props, and personal relics of stars including Greta Garbo, Jimi Hendrix, Elvis Presley, and many others.
Auction Curator:
Gabe Fajuri
Gabe Fajuri
Lot Number: Lowest
After the Fox.: After the Fox. United Artists, 1966 (Rotolito, Rome). Italian 2-foglio (55 x 39”). Italian-British comedy about a group of criminals attempting to smuggle stolen gold into Europe. Starring Peter
0001: After the Fox.Est. $200-$300Lot Passed
Africa Speaks!: Africa Speaks! Mascot Pictures, 1930 (Morgan Litho. Corp., Cleveland). Three sheet (81 x 41”). Film documenting Paul L. Hoefler’s 1928 African expedition. Directed by Walter Futter and narrated
0002: Africa Speaks!Est. $300-$500
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The Alamo.: The Alamo. United Artists, 1960. Three sheet (79 x 41”). Western war epic chronicling the 1836 Battle of the Alamo. Written and directed by John Wayne, who also stars in the film as Davy Crocket.
0003: The Alamo.Est. $300-$400
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Amadeus.: Amadeus. Orion, 1984. Italian 2-foglio (55 x 39”). Milo? Forman’s Best Picture-winning biopic about the bad boy genius of classical music, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and his rival, Antonio Salieri.
0004: Amadeus.Est. $150-$250Lot Passed
An Alligator Named Daisy.: An Alligator Named Daisy. Rank Organisation, 1955 (W.E. Berry, Ltd., Bradford). English one sheet (39 ½ x 27”). British comedy film by J. Lee Thompson. Poster prominently features actress Diana
0005: An Alligator Named Daisy.Est. $150-$250Lot Passed
And Now Tomorrow.: And Now Tomorrow. Paramount, 1944 (Morgan Litho. Corp., Cleveland). One sheet (41 x 27”). Style A. Drama film about a doctor’s attempts to cure deafness. Based on the best selling novel by Rachel
0006: And Now Tomorrow.Est. $150-$250Lot Passed
Anthony Adverse.: Anthony Adverse. Warner Bros., 1936 (J. Olséns Litogr., Stockholm). Swedish one sheet (39 ½ x 27 ½”). Swedish lithograph poster for the costume melodrama starring Fredric March and Olivia De
0007: Anthony Adverse.Est. $100-$200Lot Passed
The Arizona Kid.: The Arizona Kid. Republic, 1939 (Morgan Litho. Corp., Cleveland). One sheet (41 x 27”). Roy Rogers stars alongside George “Gabby” Hayes in this Western set during the American Civil War. Linen
0008: The Arizona Kid.Est. $800-$1,200Lot Passed
Atragon.: Atragon. American International, 1965. One sheet (41 x 27”). Classic sci-fi movie poster. Clean, rolled copy with minor marginal wear. A-.
0009: Atragon.Est. $80-$150
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A Star is Born.: A Star is Born. Warner Bros., 1954. One sheet (41 x 27”). Judy Garland gives an Academy Award nominated performance alongside James Mason in this musical remake of the original 1937 film by Janet
0010: A Star is Born.Est. $400-$600
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Au Secours.: Au Secours. Phoebus Film AG, 1926. French double grande (32 x 94”). Silent black and white film starring the prolific German actor, screenwriter and director Harry Piel, with a handsome portrait of
0011: Au Secours.Est. $800-$1,000Lot Passed
A Yank in the R.A.F.: A Yank in the R.A.F. 20th Century Fox, 1941. Trimmed three sheet (77 x 39”). Style B. Black and white World War II movie about an American pilot who joins the Royal Air Force. Linen backed.
0012: A Yank in the R.A.F.Est. $200-$300Lot Passed
Back to the Future Part II.: Back to the Future Part II. Universal, 1989. One sheet (41 x 27”). Scarce design promoting the film’s release on videocassette. Folded. A-.
0013: Back to the Future Part II.Est. $50-$100
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Barry Lyndon.: Barry Lyndon. Warner Bros., 1975. Half sheet (22 x 28”). Folded. Overall clean condition with minor edge faults, and creases.
0014: Barry Lyndon.Est. $50-$100Lot Passed
La Bataille.: La Bataille. Gaumont British, 1934. Argentinean one sheet (43 x 29”). Also known as Thunder in the East, this French language version of The Battle stars many of the same cast members including
0015: La Bataille.Est. $200-$300Lot Passed
The Bat.: The Bat. Allied Artists, 1959. Three sheet (81 x 41”). Horror starring Vincent Price and Agnes Moorehead. Folded. A-.
0016: The Bat.Est. $80-$125
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Batman.: Batman. 20th Century Fox, 1966. Half sheet (22 x 28”). Colorful poster for the campy cult classic featuring Adam West and Burt Ward as the Dynamic Duo. Poster depicts key villains Joker, Riddler,
0017: Batman.Est. $300-$400Lot Passed
Behave Yourself!: Behave Yourself! RKO Radio Pictures, 1951. One sheet (41 x 27”). Comedy starring Shelly Winters. Poster depicts talking dog and portrait of Winters by illustrious pin-up illustrator Alberto Vargas.
0018: Behave Yourself!Est. $150-$250Lot Passed
The Belle of New York.: The Belle of New York. MGM, 1952. One sheet (41 x 27”). Fred Astaire and Vera-Ellen star in this musical comedy set in turn-of-the-century New York. Linen backed. Minimal expert restoration at
0019: The Belle of New York.Est. $200-$300Lot Passed
The Benson Murder Case.: The Benson Murder Case. Paramount, 1930. Window card (22 x 14”). Pictorial color lithographed window card for the classic pre-code crime mystery starring William Powell as Philo Vance. Screenplay
0020: The Benson Murder Case.Est. $900-$1,300
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Beyond the Time Barrier.: Beyond the Time Barrier. American International Pictures, 1959. One sheet (41 x 27”). Cold War-era sci-fi adventure replete with mutants, nuclear weapons, futurist architecture and time travel.
0021: Beyond the Time Barrier.Est. $150-$250
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Big Jake.: Big Jake. Cinema Center Films, 1971. One sheet (41 x 27”). Poster for the Technicolor Western starring John Wayne. The final film directed by the prolific George Sherman. Rolled. A.
0022: Big Jake.Est. $100-$200
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The Big Sleep.: The Big Sleep. Warner Bros., R – 1954. One sheet (41 x 27”). Starring Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall, this Howard Hanks film noir was the first screen adaptation of Raymond Chandler’s 1939
0023: The Big Sleep.Est. $300-$400Lot Passed