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Who Goes There?: 1950's Horror & Sci-Fi Movie Posters & Lobby Cards [Paperback]

Bruce Hershenson

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Awesome 19 Mar 2007
By Thomas E. Stazer - Published on Amazon.com
All of Bruce Hershenon's books are worth a dozen times what he sells them for; flawless, stunning reproductions of great movie posters. Buy them ALL!

The one star setback is the tininess of the lobby cards; they deserved better treatment.
9 of 13 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars alternate use? 19 July 2003
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
I used this book for a slightly different use: I cut out the pictures to use for decoupaging a table. It served its purpose excellently as the pictures were just the right size. My one complaint is that there were too many instances in which the same movie had quite a few posters, each one looking just barely different.
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars better? impossible 16 May 2011
By ana diaz - Published on Amazon.com
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WHEN I BUY THIS BOOK AND I READ IT BY THE FIRST TIME, I became a fan of the whole collection in a second!!
5 of 13 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Nicely done book 6 Feb 2003
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
I guess the other reviewer has no concept of art, or probably has no idea these posters are worth thousands of dollars each, at least. If you don't believe me, check out the author's background, as he used to run Christies auctions, as well as his own eBay auctions, to the tune of a lot of money since 1989. So, if you're a movie buff, have an appreciation for this art, and can afford it, then great! If not, go whine somewhere else!
11 of 36 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Maybe not a good idea! 4 Sep 2001
By Rory Coker - Published on Amazon.com
A collection of movie posters for the well-remembered science
fiction films of 1950 - 1964? And sets of lobby cards to
sweeten the pot? Well, the problem is that most of the
science fiction films from this period were ultra-low budget,
which translates as to "no money for art for posters," and
"no colorizing of stills used as lobby cards." And that
translates further to, "of very little visual interest."
Not that there are not some good posters, but the good ones
are all familiar. THE THING (7) features giant letters carved
apparently out of gobbets of raw flesh! INVASION OF THE BODY
SNATCHERS (38) features tiny images of running pairs of
people on a half-red, half-yellow background with a
superimposed hand print. The beautifully painted poster for
ATTACK OF THE 50 FOOT WOMAN is not only a fine portrait of the
sultry Allison Hayes, but depicts the largest "squirrel shot"
in the history of urban civilization! But you've seen 'em.
There is so little of real interest here that you'll find
yourself killing time by counting the number of posters that
feature monsters or robots carrying girls in a scandalous state
of undress. Having done that you may find yourself reduced
to looking for posters in which the monsters or robots carry
(or sort of brandish!) boys and adult males (all fully clothed,
I am happy to say).
If none of this sounds appealing, I suggest you save your money,
and I wish that I had.
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