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Subj: Re: Creature Feature 162: Attack Of The 50 Foot Woman(1958)
Posted: Thu May 23, 2019 at 02:30:36 am EDT (Viewed 50 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Creature Feature 162: Attack Of The 50 Foot Woman(1958)
Posted: Wed May 22, 2019 at 02:26:05 pm EDT (Viewed 49 times)

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I'm positive I've seen the poster, not quite as sure about the actual movie. I should really get around to some of these classics someday!

On a side note, great link to the poster work of Reynold Brown. Some good stuff in there, this poster being one of his best. But that "How the West Was Won" is pretty epic, nice to see a "Time Machine" in there and I love vintage ads like that one for corn syrup, the food that's so important to a growing child!


I’ve always liked those old movie posters but, for whatever reason, when I put a name to them and see a collection of his work, I appreciate the art even more. Brown really did some great work.

I’m old enough to remember when the virtues of sugar were being pushed, especially in cereal like Super Sugar Crisp and Sugar Smacks. And we’d often sprinkle a spoonful of sugar on it too! Corn syrup has really become a villian nowadays. Reminds me of the line from Mad Men:
Roger:
[after suffering a heart attack] All these years I thought it would be the ulcer. I did everything they told me, I drank the cream, ate the butter. Then I get hit with a coronary.


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