After a few hours of restoration, here is the Amazing 40X60 Poster to my favorite Sci-Fi Flick, Forbidden Planet (1956). Featuring the most iconic of all Male Robots, Robby. How I wish that M.G.M. had filmed this movie in Technicolor.
When I saw this Karloff gem was coming out on DVD, I snatched it up quicker then Glenn Strange snatched up Lenore Albert in ABBOTT AND COSTELLO MEET FRANKENSTEIN!The story: Dr. Laurence (Boris Karloff), a once-respectable scientist, begins to research the origin of the mind and the soul. The science community rejects him. He discovers how to transfer the essence of one brain into a different body! Great fun, and should have run longer then 66 min. This film was also known as DR. MANIAC and THE MAN WHO CHANGED HIS MIND. My highest recommendation. Here is the lovingly restored lobby card to this film.
From the, Why the F$#! don't they release these Cartoons on DVD department. The glorious One Sheet promoting the Character before Paul Terry changed the color pattern on his costume. There was no threat from D.C., but Terry thought a self imposed color change was in order to avoid a copyright battle. So, gone were the blues, and in with the yellows. Also gone was the name Super Mouse.
Here is the magnificent Title Card to the WEREWOLF OF LONDON (1935). Which pre-dates the Wolfman (1941) and An American Werewolf In London (1981). Fully restored for your enjoyment. I remember this film very well, when as a kid, it was shown on Channel 5 Los Angeles. The scene where the original wolf creature is peering over a hill, his eyes aglow....man, that got me.