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Invasion of the Saucer-Men Vintage Lobby Card Movie Poster 1

$1,350.00

Original Vintage Classic Film Horror Sci Fi Movie Theater Posters For Sale
Invasion of the Saucer-Men, 1957
Original Vintage Sci-Fi Lobby Card Movie Poster (11x14")
 


 

I am often asked what my favorite lobby card is.  And while like everyone else I like the teir one  vintage horror titles like Frankenstein and Dracula, my favorite designed lobby card is from the 1957 Sci Fi classic “Invasion of the Saucer-men”.  In particular, the Albert Kallis border art is some of the best ever created for the movie poster genre.

Considered by many Horror Sci-Fi Collectors as one of the best lobby card designs of the 1950s Sci Fi genre.   These lobby cards have it all!  Exciting Bright colors, Spectacular Border Art, and some with Striking Close ups of the Saucer Men (unlike many 50s Sci Fi classics like War of the Worlds that didn’t include the aliens in any of the lobby cards).   This card is one of the best and most desirable in the set with terrific close-up of Saucer Men and his latest victim!. 

This lobby card is in Excellent condition.  Only minimum signs of handling.  No tears or missing pieces and bright colors like when they were printed 55 years ago.

* We don’t expect this to last long.  We have Four other exciting lobby cards from this classic Science Fiction classic...  See the others below under Also Recommended

Invasion of the Saucer-Men (American International, 1957).  Lobby Card (11" X 14") Albert Kallis Border Artwork. 
In one of the campiest sci-fi films of the 1950s, a gang of teenagers realize that it's up to them to save their community from an invasion of aliens. These are some of the most well-known and loved extraterrestrials in drive-in history for their outrageous appearance. The cards that feature these aliens are always in demand and consistently bring top dollar.  .
Starring Frank Gorshin, Steven Terrell, Gloria Castillo, Raymond Hatton, Lyn Osborn, Russ Bender, Douglas Henderson, Sam Buffington, Jason Johnson, Don Shelton, Scott Peters, Jan Englund, Kelly 


Additional Info:

Overflowing with camp from start to finish, these bug-eyed, cabbage-headed creations of makeup man Paul Blaisdell - who also brought The She-Creature to life - invaded drive-in theatres across America en masse during the summer of '57. Among the cast were a pre-Batman Riddler Frank Gorshin, and Gloria Castillo, who would later star in the memorable prison film Reform School Girls. 

These are some of the most well-known extraterrestrials in drive-in history, beloved by fans for their outrageous appearance, courtesy of makeup man Paul Blaisdell. 

Note: Cvtreasures stamp is Not on original



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