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Sell Your 1933 The Invisible Man Lobby Card Movie Poster

The Invisible Man is a 1933 science fiction horror film directed by Jame Whale and stars Claude Rains and Gloria Stuart. Based on the book by H.G. Wells, who many consider the “father of science fiction”, the film was well-received at the box office and was Universal’s most successful horror movie since Frankenstein in 1931. The Invisible Man was selected for preservation in the National Film Registry in 2008.

Below is a recent realized price for a 1933 The Invisible Man lobby card movie poster. We at Nate D. Sanders Auctions can obtain up to this amount or more for you:

1933 The Invisible Man Lobby Card Movie Poster. Sold for Nearly $60,000.

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Very Early 1937 Oscar for Best Supporting Actor Awarded to Joseph Schildkraut for ”The Life of Emile Zola”

Bronze tablet Oscar awarded to Joseph Schildkraut for Best Supporting Actor in ”The Life of Emile Zola” directed by William Dieterle. The film also took home the Best Picture and Best Screenplay awards during the 10th Academy Awards held 10 March 1938 at the Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles. Born in Austria, Schildkraut moved to America in the early 1900’s to become a Broadway performer, silent film actor and finally, a prominent film star in the Golden Age of Hollywood. His role as Captain Alfred Dreyfus in ”The Life of Emile Zola” became seminal to his career and his Oscar win here marked the first time a Jewish actor was awarded an Oscar. Dreyfus, the infamous French Jewish artillery officer falsely accused and convicted of treason in 1894, polarized the country in what became known as the Dreyfus Affair; writer Emile Zola put his life on the line in his famous public newspaper outcry ”J’Accuse” to help the eventual pardon of Dreyfus, as the film depicts. Symbolically, Schildkraut’s 1937 Academy Award represents not only the second issued Best Supporting Actor award in Oscar history but also the second Oscar awarded to a Jewish actor. 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 Joseph Schildkraut / In Recognition of His Performance in / ‘The Life of Emile Zola’ / 1937”. Award measures 6.25” in total height, 5.75” across, and base measures 3.25” deep. The presentation plate re-affixed to base has some glue residue, surface wear and one very small indentation to rear edge of tablet. Stamped on the verso ”Dodge Inc. L.A.”, the company who manufactured the awards at that time. Very good to near fine condition. Obtained from the Joseph Schildkraut estate. Sold for $92,866.

1933 Invisible Man Lobby Card Movie Poster
Very Early 1937 Oscar for Best Supporting Actor Awarded to Joseph Schildkraut for ”The Life of Emile Zola”. Click to enlarge.

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Judy Garland Owned Orchestral Arrangements, Housed in Her Trunk Stamped ”JUDY GARLAND” — Hundreds of Arrangements Including ”Over the Rainbow” Used in ”The Judy Garland Show” & Other Acts

Hundreds of orchestral arrangements owned by Judy Garland, including her classics such as ”Over the Rainbow”, ”Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas”, ”Judy at the Palace”, ”I’m Always Chasing Rainbows” and more. Arrangements were primarily used by Garland for ”The Judy Garland Show” in 1963-64, and also for other performances such as Judy’s show at the Palace, where the trunk containing the documents was left. Large black trunk is stamped ”JUDY GARLAND” on the outside, left by Garland at the Plaza Hotel in the late 1960s, and then subsequently given to Costas Omero, the director and producer of the Plaza show ”Look Me Up”. Interestingly, the history of the trunk is alluded to in the 2019 film ”Judy”, when an employee of a hotel, ostensibly the Plaza, informs Garland that they are putting her items in storage as a result of non-payment. Arrangements for the nearly 50 songs are housed in folders stamped with various notes, most indicating they were used in her CBS show. The folder containing the arrangements for ”Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas”, for example, is stamped in green ”Judy Garland Show 15”, which was the Christmas Special airing on 6 December 1963. Many of the individual arrangements are also similarly stamped, and some of the ones for ”Over the Rainbow” are stamped in black ”Judy Garland”. Although most of the arrangements are for individual instruments, some are for the entire orchestra. Some expected wear to trunk, but overall in very good condition. Complete list of songs is included. With LOA from Costas Omero’s daughter. Sold for $30,559.

1933 Invisible Man Lobby Card Movie Poster
Judy Garland Owned Orchestral Arrangements. Click to enlarge.
LOA for Judy Garland Owned Orchestral Arrangements. 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 Invisible Man Lobby Card Movie Poster
Ultra-Rare Original 1946 Gilda Poster Featuring Rita Hayworth in Her Landmark Role. Click to enlarge.

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