eMoviePoster’s current Tuesday auction contains 999 large French and Italian posters, Mexican lobby cards, record albums, and more. These lots close on Tuesday, July 17, 2018, and can be viewed at www.emovieposter.com.

French one-panels are Creature from the Black Lagoon for the 1962 rerelease, Planet of the Apes depicting Charlton Heston, Nude Vampire with art by Druillet, Taxi Driver with classic image of Robert De Niro, Kiss of the Vampire for the Hammer horror flick, Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill! for the Russ Meyer classic, Brides of Dracula with different art by Koutachy, American Graffiti for the George Lucas hit, Empire Strikes Back with art by Tom Jung, Frankenstein Created Woman with different horror art, Creepshow with Melki art, Sensualidad with full-length art of Ninon Sevilla, and Quadrophenia showing The Who and Sting.

Other French posters include Thief of Bagdad 31” x 47” for the 1950s rerelease, Niagara 34” x 62” for the 1980s rerelease, Getaway four-panel with Steve McQueen and Ali McGraw, and On Her Majesty’s Secret Service 47” x 124” depicting George Lazenby.

Italian two-panels include Green Slime with cheesy sci-fi art, King Kong for the 1966 rerelease, Horror of Dracula for the 1970 rerelease, Twitch of the Death Nerve with image of the killer, Hawks & the Sparrows with Longi art, Demons with Enzo Sciotti art, Demons of the Mind with art by Mario Piovano, and Starcrash with different sci-fi art.

Italian one-panels are Deep Red for the Dario Argento classic, Maltese Falcon for the 1962 rerelease, They Call Her One Eye depicting Christina Lindberg, 7th Voyage of Sinbad for the 1976 rerelease, Wild Angels with different art of Nancy Sinatra and Peter Fonda, King Kong teaser with close-up art of Jessica Lange, and Andy Warhol’s Flesh with different art of Joe Dallesandro.

A few other highlights include the German Apocalypse Now two-panel with Bob Peak art, And God Created Woman 33-1/3 rpm soundtrack record, and Russian Solaris export with colorful art.

Three surprising results from the auction that closed on July 10 were a Russian I Am Cuba poster for $387, Japanese L’Avventura two-panel for $354, and Polish La Dolce Vita poster for $280.

eMoviePoster doesn’t just auction movie posters. They also auction many tens of thousands of vintage stills, lobby cards, signed items of all types, as well as scripts, all sorts of special posters (travel, war, and limited edition prints), and more. They also hold a special giant auction of bulk lots once every month, with 15,000 to 20,000 items, and the next one starts July 29. Collectors interested in bidding with them can sign up on their Registration Page.

Their next major auction (the August Major Auction) runs on August 5-16, and the final deadline to consign has passed. Collectors can view some previews today and in coming weeks as they will be adding more in the days leading up to the auctions.