SHED NO TEARS Rare Original 1949 Australian Daybill Film-Noir Movie Poster. Wallace Ford, June Vincent, Mark Roberts, Frank Albertson, Elena Verdugo, Betty Blythe. Title: Shed No Tears (Frost Film Productions).Distributor: British Empire Films (BEF). Condition: Fine-VF (see image and our grading scale below). Format: Folded Australian Daybill 13" x 30".
Film Release Date: 1948 U. Location: Port Macquarie, NSW, Australia. This is not a reproduction or reprint poster.Is a genuine original 1949 Australian theatre release daybill movie poster as printed by W. Smith Limited Australia, and distributed in Australia by British Empire Films (BEF). All items are sent standard with tracking (registered post, express post, and extra cover is available upon request), and are either rolled in bubble wrap and packed in a very sturdy round end-plugged tube, or folded into their original folds and placed into a protective sleeve and carefully flat packed into a large stiff mailing folder with backing board for extra protection during transit. A picture speaks a thousand words and form an important part of the item description so please take the time to look at all the images carefully. All images of the actual item for sale and are photographed under natural lighting (where possible) and have not been digitally doctored.
We do not use stock photos so what you see is what you get. Sam forgets to ask Edna who'they' is and Edna's definition of'they' is herself and her lover, Ray Belden (Mark Roberts).
There is a hotel fire, and Edna identifies the body in the fire as her husband Sam. Meanwhile, Sam flees to another city under an assumed name, where he waits for his loving-spouse to join him and they can live a life of luxury. How Our Posters Are Graded.
All images of the posters are of the actual poster for sale so what you see is what you get, we do not use stock photos. Almost Mint: Unused with no flaws. Generally unused with the original folds and possible signs of minor ageing but no significant flaws. These have the usual folds, possibly some pinholes, possible very light blue tack stain spots, minor edge or fold wear and/or splits or tears, and unobtrusive stains but no paper loss.Has possible staining, pinholes, minor paper lifts in corners, small tears (possibly taped on reverse) slight fold separations, minor paper loss, and possible blue tack stain spots, and edge wear but still good enough to frame. There will be a combination of tears, paper loss, staining, pinholes and blue tack stains but because of the rarity of the poster, worth linen backing. About Australian Daybill Movie Posters. The Australian daybill movie poster is the Australian equivalent to the American insert. The sizes vary, depending on the era, from 13" x 30" from the 40s to the mid-60s to 13" x 26" 13" x 27", 13" x 28"and even 11" x 27" from the 80s. Some of the more modern daybill, particularly after 2000 are produced in various sizes. The usual process for producing Australian daybill posters was the hand litho process, which produced posters with a rich texture and subtle toning. The artists would generally use US poster art or press book images for their inspiration and they would either trace or use their own imagination or a combination of both to come up with a design for the poster. This artistic licence led to some beautiful posters unique to Australia, which often featured superior artwork with rich deep colour. Virtually all vintage daybills are now hard to obtain and as such, are becoming increasingly popular due to their convenient size and that a very low number of each produced. They are a very good investment in entertainment history. It is important to note that daybills for the original release of a film often included a two-colour (duotone) or black and white version. In many cases these are mistakenly referred to as copies or later reissues but they were generally released at the same time as the full colour versions were issued and as such, are also originals. Some posters like those produced by RKO Pictures and Brown Prior Anderson Pty. Victoria bleed the printing process right to the edge of posters so there was no white border. Many of these posters appear to have been trimmed but are not. Certain printing firms seem to predominate during certain periods, such as W. Smith and Robert Burton of Sydney during the 1940s and 1950s. Several other printers like RKO Pictures, F.
(litho) Sydney, Royelltone Prints Pty. Melbourne, W & B Litho, Sydney and Simmons Ltd. Printed older posters but W. Smith and Robert Burton produced most. S started producing movie posters and there is an overlap where both Robert Burton and M.
S printed some of the same original posters and both are originals. Other printers like Brown Prior Anderson in Burwood, Victoria, Australia, also printed some of the B grade and R rated Australian posters, and some of the film distributors like Roadshow Australia produced and distributed their own posters. Extra cover is available for loss or damage in transit for more valuable and delicate items. If you choose not to opt for parcel post and/or extra cover, we will not be responsible for items damaged or lost in transit. Domestic Extra Cover: Extra Cover.
The zones are generally divided up into United States and Canada, Europe, and Asia Pacific and there is a maximum weight of 20 kg. We will not be responsible for items lost or damaged in transit if this option is not taken. This item is in the category "Movies & TV\Movie Memorabilia\Posters". The seller is "original-movie-posters-australia" and is located in this country: AU. This item can be shipped worldwide.