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A David O. Selznick Christmas. “The Hollywood Reporter,” 1-2-34.
Universal-International Christmas. “The Film Daily,” 12-30-46.
Martin Scorsese Christmas Seals.
Paramount Pictures wishes the Motion Picture Exhibitors of America a Merry Christmas.
Happy Holidays from Tom, Black Maria, and the gang. “The Edison Phonograph Monthly,” 1910.
Vintage ad for United Artists, decades before exploitation became a dirty word. “The Film Daily,” 8-7-33.
HEARST METROTONE NEWS, 1933.
tumblrbot asked: WHAT IS YOUR EARLIEST HUMAN MEMORY?
An automaton inquiring about human memory?! The mind boggles!
PATHE PICTURES LTD. “Kinematograph Year Book,” 1947.
WARNER PATHE NEWS, 1948.
ALLIED ARTISTS, “The Production Encyclopedia,” 1948.
Trade as for seamless CinemaScope silver screens, “Kinematograph Year Book,” 1954.
Million Dollar Productions, 1938. From “The Duke is Tops.”
NATURAMA logo, 1956. From “Thunder Over Arizona.”