Original Movie Poster –
The Cockeyed Cowboys of Calico County. ( NOT a Reproduction )
Full size One Sheet – 27" x 40"
The Cockeyed Cowboys of Calico County is a Western comedy film released in April 1970 for Universal Pictures and directed by Anton Leader and Ranald MacDougall. The film stars Dan Blocker, Nanette Fabray, Jim Backus, Mickey Rooney, and Jack Elam.
The film became Blocker's final role (besides his long-running role as "Hoss Cartwright" on Bonanza) before his premature death from complications arising from gall bladder surgery in May 1972.
Excellent gift for movie fan or western collector. Scarce find , ready to display.
Condition : Very Good / fold creases
Very little handling / great photo.
Great for office , man cave or home.
This is a 3 lense movie camera decanter. Made in Japan in the 1950s. Each lens is removable and is a shot glass. One of the shot glasses has a small chip in its rim. One of the cork pieces that hold the shot glasses on the camera has come unglued but I did not want to repair it before sale. I have found similar decanters with 2 lenses but never 3. It is 4 1/2" tall and 6" wide including the lenses. It also has a plastic camera strap. Great vintage condition.
Andy Williams sings MOON RIVER and other great movie themes in this wonderful album recorded in 1962 on the Columbia Records label. Music arranged and conducted by Robert Mersey.
Monaural CL 1809
Love is a Many Splendored Thing
A Summer Place
Never on Sunday
As Time Goes By
The Exodus Song
The Second Time Around
Tender is the Night
It Might as Well Be Spring
Three Coins in the Fountain
Original inner sleeve
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I pulled this classic surf handbill poster off of a power pole when I was a surfer chick in Hermosa Beach, CA, in 1974.
It is an ad for the surf movie: GOING SURFIN' (Bud Browne)
It is 5 1/4 inches by 8 1/4 inches.
It is in wonderful condition, and absolutely period and authentic, with shiny, crisp ink. It has a few tiny holes at the top where it was tacked to the wooden pole, a light fold, and some light discoloration (see photo of actual poster).
I have stored it safe, protected and out of the light over the years.
This is a rare find. It lists showings at Hermosa Beach Pier Ave. Jr. High School Aud. and Newport Harbor High School Auditorium.
One of the most complete surf films from the 70s. The best of the Browne archive plus new footage. No undergroung/hippie stuff. '60s clip of Phil Edwards and Miki Dora surfing like the stylists they are.