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Shatterhand (1967)
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Gideon's Day - Behind-the-Scenes Photos
Gideon's Day - Behind-the-Scenes Photos
Beyond the Rocks - Lobby Cards
Here are a few Lobby Cards from Beyond the Rocks (1922), starring Gloria Swanson and Rudolph Valentino. Lobby Cards were 11" x 14" posters that came in sets of 8. As the name implies, they were most often displayed in movie theater lobbies, to advertise current or coming attractions.

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Gideon Of Scotland Yard (1959) -- (Movie Clip) That Ridiculous Moustache! After domestic episodes, with John Ford shooting on locations around London and at Elstree Studios for Columbia, hero and title character Jack Hawkins drops off his daughter (Anna Massey), grapples with a rookie copper (Andrew Ray) then is greeted by staff, Michael Trubshawe and Frank Lawton, early in Gideon Of Scotland Yard, 1959.
Frenzy (1972) -- (Movie Clip) You're My Type Of Woman Barmaid Babs (Anna Massey) has just had it out with her boss when Bob (Barry Foster), whom we know to be the “Necktie Murderer,” intervenes, asking after his pal and her ex-colleague Dick, whom we know he’s trying to frame, director Alfred Hitchcock offering several remarkable shots, in Frenzy, 1972.
Bunny Lake Is Missing (1965) -- (Movie Clip) The Fours Are Packing Up Mystified American Ann (Carol Lynley) can't find her daughter after the first day at the new London school, though a teacher (Jill Melford) is unworried, in Otto Preminger's Bunny Lake Is Missing, 1965, co-starring Laurence Olivier.
Bunny Lake Is Missing (1965) -- (Movie Clip) Have You Got A Snap? London Inspector Newhouse (Laurence Olivier) in his first scene, debriefing distraught American mom Ann (Carol Lynley) whose daughter has gone missing in her first day at school, husband Keir Dullea joining, in Otto Preminger's Bunny Lake Is Missing, 1965.
Peeping Tom (1960) -- (Movie Clip) Were You Looking At Some Films? We join Mark (Carl Boehm) watching his film of the aftermath of the murder we know he committed and filmed, as Helen (Anna Massey), the downstairs neighbor who's just introduced herself, pops in from her own ongoing birthday party, in Michael Powell's Peeping Tom, 1960.
Four Horsemen Of The Apocalypse, The (1921) -- (Movie Clip) Will Of Don Julio Brooding now, after his opening tango scene, Rudolph Valentino is Argentine Julio, left out of his grandfather's will, Alan Hale his German uncle, Josef Swickard his French father, Bridgetta Clark his mom, Virginia Warwick his sister, in Rex Ingram's Four Horsemen Of The Apocalypse, 1921.
Four Horsemen Of The Apocalypse, The (1921) -- (Movie Clip) A Youthful Libertine Rudolph Valentino, born in the previous scene, appears here in his first major role, as Argentine heir Julio, immediately to the tango, Pomeroy Cannon his indulgent grandad, Beatrice Dominguez his partner, Rex Ingram directing, in Metro Pictures’ The Four Horsemen Of The Apocalypse, 1921.
Valentino (1951) -- (Movie Clip) A Woman Must Learn To Surrender On a ship from Naples shortly after World War I, unknown Anthony Dexter (title character) plays unknown dancer "Rudy," visiting top-billed Eleanor Parker as "Susan Grey," who is not a historical character, early in Hollywood's first pass at a biography of the matinee idol, Valentino, 1951.
Looking Glass War, The (1969) -- (Movie Clip) Too Many Old People High ranking LeClerc (Ralph Richardson) joins fellow British intelligence officer Avery (Anthony Hopkins), visiting the seedy home of a slain colleague, Avery later ignoring guests and wife (Anna Massey), in Frank Pierson's film from the John Le Carre novel, The Looking Glass War, 1969.
Son Of The Sheik, The -- (Movie Clip) My Young Lion Ghabah (Montague Love) enjoys his hostage Ahmed (Rudolph Valentino), who rode into the desert to find Yasmin (Vilma Blanky), whom he also threatens, her father (George Fawcett) helpless, in The Son Of The Sheik, 1926.
Son Of The Sheik, The -- (Movie Clip) Yasmin's First Romance Introduction of innocent Yasmin (Vilma Blanky), whose visage director George Fitzmaurice uses to introduce the star (Rudolph Valentino, in his final film) through a flashback, her bandit boss Ghabah (Montague Love) intruding, in The Son Of The Sheik, 1926.
Sheik, The (1921) -- (Movie Clip) I Can Make You Love Me Now in the custody of Sheik Ahmed (Rudolph Valentino), Lady Diana (Agnes Ayres) is saved from his advances by an emergency with the horses, only briefly, in The Sheik, 1921.

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