s363 STAY HUNGRY 7 8x10s '76 Arnold Schwarzenegger

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  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Nov 08, 2007
  • Channel: Auction House
eMoviePoster THURSDAY Movie Paper Sale #24
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IMPORTANT! This item closes the night of 11/8, but please know that we send our buyers their "notification e-mail" the following morning, in this case the morning of 11/9. Please do not e-mail us about how to pay for your purchase until after you receive that notification e-mail on the 9th. Thanks! When you buy from us, you get an unequaled seal of quality found now else! [ Hide Details ] s363 STAY HUNGRY 7 8x10 movie stills '76 Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bridges

Note: "emovieposter" is only on our digital image, NOT on the actual item. Also, we are changing our photography setup! Images with a solid black background are ones that were photographed on our new black metal background. We now hold the posters in place with magnets (so we do not have to attach the poster to the wall in any way), which are small and round and resemble "push pins", but we assure you they are NOT! If an image has a black background, know that the odd circles in the edges of the item are magnets that hold it in place, and are NOT a defect! 7 Original Vintage Theater-Used 8" x 10" Movie Stills from Stay Hungry, the 1976 Bob Rafelson "Mr. Universe Contest" body building melodrama ("If you've got an appetite for life: Stay Hungry"; based on the novel by Charles Gaines) starring Arnold Schwarzenegger (in his first major role), Jeff Bridges, Sally Field, R.G. Armstrong, and Robert Englund (best remembered as "Freddy Krueger" in "The Nightmare on Elm Street" movie series)
Important Added Info: SUPER IMPORTANT! THIS LOT CONTAINS 7 STILLS, BUT ONLY FOUR OF THE STILLS ARE PICTURED! THE HIGH BIDDER ON THIS LOT WILL RECEIVE 7 STILLS FROM THIS MOVIE, and NOT just the four pictured! We realize t is an element of gambling to this, but we made no effort to find the best four stills in the lot, and, if you have any willingness to gamble at all, you may find that you get some great stills that were not pictured! Please do NOT bid on this lot unless you can accept that you are only seeing four of the stills.
Overall Condition: fine or better. The stills are in really fantastic condition, just about as good as one could possibly hope for!
Want to know more about the condition of this item? This lot of 2 (or more) vintage movie publicity stills is in "fine or better" condition (what most dealers would likely call "mint" or "near mint", if they were feeling extra-harsh that day)! Note that our small image of this lot on this auction page leads to a much larger image of this lot (and we also have a second link to a "super-size" image that is really large!), so please look at those larger images, as they will certainly greatly help you know exactly what condition this lot is in (but remember we usually only picture four or eight of the stills on lots of over four stills)! Bear in mind that this is a lot of ORIGINAL vintage stills, which come to us either from a former theater owner, or from a former publicist who received them when the movies came out, and they were carefully stored for many years! 8x10 Stills are photographs printed on thin glossy paper that were created for all movies from the 1910s through the present day. Studios would often issue dozens of different stills for each movie, and they would be sent to theaters showing the movies. Starting in the 1960s, many collectors began reproducing stills, and it can be sometimes difficult to distinguish between original theater-used stills and reproductions (the main differences are the quality of the paper and the crispness of the photographic image). eMoviePoster only sells original vintage stills that either came directly from theater owners (or closed down theaters), or from poster exchanges, or from longtime collectors who purchased directly from either of the above, and we un...