Paul Angel is still constructing this
unique website, but what he has so far is great! At
'Big Town' you will find movie posters, books,
videos and LD's . . .the works. What is so
different about Paul's site? You're going to find
some 'uptown' material at 'downtown' prices.
So take my word for it. If you haven't been to the
big city for a while, give this logo a click, and
take a stroll through 'Big Town'.
Moe has been around forever. I think he
is 172 years old! In fact, my grandmother used to
tell me stories about Moe's Movie Posters
when I was just a toddler. Moe has everything under
the sun, and he keeps getting new stuff all the
time, so you have to keep coming back for more. You
can trust good ol' Moe for a good selection and a
fair shake. So, just stop by and tell him 'The Kid'
John Kisch had the simple but brilliant
idea, of creating a reference book for both buyers
and sellers .There are many movie posters and
related material on the market for which no 'basis
of bearings' exists. Of course there are Auctions,
but these results can distort values and set false
examples of what posters are actually worth. At an
auction, it only takes 2 'crazy' bidders' to make
the price of a piece go through the roof. The
Poster Price Almanac gives you the bare facts
including: how much a particular piece sold for, or
was listed for; when it was sold or offered and the
dealers name. This is an invaluable tool, for the
hobbiest, collector and investor. Be sure to stop
Dario Casadei has a nice clean site, a
good selection and decent prices. A 10 year veteran
of collecting movie posters, Dario has managed to
put together a wide variety of years, styles and
sizes of various movie posters. From his love of
Horror and Sci-Fi, all the way to Westerns, you
should be able to find something to please your
Phil's Vintage Movie Films And
Collectibles has got just what it claims to
have. You can really have fun here looking through
the different pages of nostalgia.
has been dealing in film for some time. So, he
knows that business well and tries to provide a
good selection for those who like to still see
their films on FILM! Besides projectors,
accessories and films, Phil has included other
memorabilia including movie posters, LP records and
Laserdiscs; all at decent prices. He has plenty of
experience, so just drop him a line if you need
help, or looking for something you don't see on his
Karlheinz Borchert has a beautiful site,
dedicated to German posters. There are not only
Movie Posters, but Concert and Advertising posters
as well. The site is set up with a shopping cart,
so you can just 'shop
'till you drop'. Nicely organized
alphabetically with pics, you will find some really
neat pieces here. The U.S. conversions have already
been done for you so you won't need to get out your
calculator. Be sure to take a look at some of these
beautiful pieces...all from GERMANY.
John Malanga has one of the great
websites! From comic books, to TV Guides, to Movie
Mags, to Laserdiscs, to 16mm Film, to Movie Posters
...and the list goes on. You are sure to find
something unusual, unique or just plain fun here.
The site is easy to navigate through and well
organized. If you don't see what you want, just
drop John a line. So give this site a click and be
sure and tell John I sent you.
I can't really say enough about STUDIO C!
They have been doing my poster restoration
exclusively for the past 10 years. I am one of the
'pickiest' collectors around. When it comes to
restoration, I demand perfection for myself and my
clients. There are a number of restorers in this
business, but none equal the work performed at
Studio C. Diane Jeffrey, understands
the business and keeps things there, running like a
top. Now a word of warning: Don't compare prices
with some you will be quoted from other restorers.
They may not even come close to matching. You may
pay more at Studio C, but you will receive a
job second to none. From the different processes of
cleaning, de-acidifying, top of the line artwork,
border and paper replacement and weaving, you will
be nothing short of amazed when you receive your
poster back from Studio C.
don't tell everyone about the best kept secret in
town... Studio C. Keep it to yourself. Just
tell Diane I sent you. Better yet, tell her you
called, because you AND your poster . . 'deserve
the very best'!
Bruce Hershenson is one of the
pioneers of organizing the 'Big House Auctions' for
movie posters. Some of his early auction catalogs
are rare, but still available. More important, is
the number of beautiful movie poster reference
books Bruce has published. Each his volumes cover
different genres of the cinema are in all full
color. Bruce also has his own inventory of movie
posters for sale on the net. There is much to look
at here, so plan to stay awhile.
EXCHANGE-A-LINK: If you have a Movie Poster or
Movie Memorabilia site and wish to exchange links, send us a
link to your site.
Feel free to download the banner below that links to our
site, "The Poster Palace".
MORE TO COME . . .