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Sell or Auction Your 1933 King Kong French Four Panel Movie Poster for up to About $65,000 or More at Nate D. Sanders Auctions

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King Kong is a 1933 pre-Code monster adventure film directed by Ernest B. Schoedsack and Merian C. Cooper that stars Fay Wray, Bruce Cabot and Robert Armstrong. The film is about a giant gorilla creature who takes the lead actress from a tropical island filming shoot and is taken back to New York City to be put on exhibit. King Kong was a box office and critical success and is currently ranked among the best films of all time. Although the film wasn’t nominated for any Academy Awards, it has received several honors including preservation in the United States National Film Registry and being ranked one of the 50 best American films by the American Film Institute.

Below is a recent realized price for a King Kong French four panel movie poster. We at Nate D. Sanders Auctions can obtain up to this amount or more for you:

1933 King Kong French Four Panel Movie Poster. Sold for About $65,000.

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Mary Astor’s Best Supporting Actress Oscar for ”The Great Lie” — 1941 — Same Year as ”The Maltese Falcon”

Oscar presented to legendary Hollywood actress Mary Astor for Best Supporting Actress as Sandra in 1941’s ”The Great Lie.” Astor began as a star of the silent era and successfully transitioned into talkies. In this film, she plays a concert pianist caught in a love triangle with her costars George Brent and Bette Davis. Directed by Edmund Goulding, it was adapted by Lenore J. Coffee from the Polan Banks novel ”January Heights.” The Oscar ceremony was held at the Biltmore in Los Angeles on 26 February 1942, a landmark year for film, in which ”How Green Was My Valley” and ”Citizen Kane” took home Oscars. It was also a career-defining year for Astor, whose work opposite Humphrey Bogart in ”The Maltese Falcon” contributed to her lasting fame. Issued during the period when the traditional Oscar statue was only given to actors in leading roles, this bronze tablet-style award features the Oscar figure in relief. Beside it, the words ”Academy / of / Motion Picture / Arts & Sciences / Award of Merit / for / Outstanding / Achievement” appear. Mounted to a black marble base. A plaque on the front of the base is engraved: ”Presented to Mary Astor / In Recognition of Her Performance in / ‘The Great Lie’ / 1941”. Award measures 6.25” in total height, 5.75” across, and base measures 3.25” deep. Oxidation to metal plate near the base and to plaque around the edges. Tarnishing to plaque, and a few very small and shallow chips to base edges. In very good condition. Mary Astor’s only Academy Award. Sold for $171,089.

1933 King Kong French Four Panel Movie Poster
Mary Astor’s Best Supporting Actress Oscar for ”The Great Lie”. Click to enlarge.

”Uncivil Warriors” One-Sheet Movie Poster From 1935, Owned by Moe Howard

Very rare one-sheet movie poster for ”Uncivil Warriors”, one of the earliest and most beloved Three Stooges films, released in 1935. One-sheets from the 1930s are exceedingly rare, with this poster all the more special as owned by Moe Howard. Linen-backed poster measures 27” x 41”. Mild restoration at folds. Colors remain bright, with strong visual appeal, in near fine condition. Sold for $37,500.

1933 King Kong French Four Panel Movie Poster
”Uncivil Warriors” One-Sheet Movie Poster From 1935, Owned by Moe Howard. Click to enlarge

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Ultra-Rare Original 1946 Gilda Movie Poster Featuring Rita Hayworth in Her Landmark Role

Original Columbia Pictures 1946 Gilda movie poster starring Rita Hayworth in her best-known performance as Hollywood’s ultimate femme fatale. Directed by Charles Vidor, “Gilda” was released just after the end of WWII and was lauded for its mixture of genres and rather modern approach to character interaction. The poster features the iconic Hayworth in a debonair pose holding a cigarette with a headline reading in part: “There NEVER was a woman like Gilda! / Columbia Pictures presents / Rita Hayworth as Gilda with Glenn Ford…” Poster by Morgan Litho Co. measures 27″ x 41″ and has folds throughout, with a long vertical scratch and small tear down the front of her dress, reinforced with a piece of brown tape on the back of poster. Some light tan stains and pinholes on and near the borders. Very good condition overall with still vibrant colors. Very scarce. Sold for $25,000.

1933 King Kong French Four Panel Movie Poster
Ultra-Rare Original 1946 Gilda Movie Poster Featuring Rita Hayworth in Her Landmark Role. Click to enlarge.

Martial Arts Screen Legend Bruce Lee’s Personally Owned & Worn Platform Shoes

Bruce Lee personally owned and worn platform shoes, seen in countless magazine ads during the height of his rising fame in the 70’s. Black leather platform shoes are size 7 with an approximately 2” heel. Heels have a ”NY-OPLQJI” marking. Some wear to heels from being worn, else very good condition. Includes a photo of a young Lee wearing the shoes, as well as two LOA’s, one from the son of Herb Jackson, a friend of Lee’s who was given the shoes as a gift, and the other, from a Lee historian David Tadman, who corroborates the authenticity. Very good condition. Sold for $17,365.

1933 King Kong French Four Panel Movie Poster
Martial Arts Screen Legend Bruce Lee’s Personally Owned & Worn Platform Shoes. Click to enlarge.

Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Raven” Lobby Card from Universal’s Classic 1935 Film Starring Boris Karloff & Bela Lugosi

Lobby card from Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Raven”, adapted by Universal in 1935 as one of its marquee horror films. With two of Hollywood’s most bankable stars in the lead, Borris Karloff & Bela Lugosi, the darkly atmospheric and haunting film was considered too strong for 1935 audience’s tastes, but is now held as an exemplar of Universal’s horror franchise, following on the heels of “Dracula” and “Frankenstein”. Lobby card measures 14″ x 11″. Some discoloration to bottom left corner. Overall very good plus condition with still bright colors. Extremely rare. Sold for $5,000.

Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Raven” Lobby Card from Universal’s Classic 1935 Film Starring Boris Karloff & Bela Lugosi. Click to enlarge.

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