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Go, Johnny, Go! - Movie Poster
Here is the American one-sheet movie poster for Go, Johnny, Go! (1959), starring Alan Freed, Chuck Berry, Ritchie Valens, and Eddie Cochran. One-sheets measured 27x41 inches, and were the poster style most commonly used in theaters.


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Nickelodeon (1976) -- (Movie Clip) Ask For A German Bagel Ambitious Floridian Buck (Burt Reynolds), following a goofy lead to his second New York gig, enters a bakery that turns out to be a low-rent movie company (Gustav and Bertil Unger the twin proprietors), which gets raided by their bigger rivals, in Peter Bogdanovich's Nickelodeon, 1976.
Vanishing, The (1988) -- (Movie Clip) Wait In The Car Tour de France on the radio, Rex (Gene Bervoets) decides girlfriend Saskia has been too long fetching snacks at the highway rest stop, querying the cashier (Caroline Apperre) among others, in George Sluizer's The Vanishing, 1988.
Young Dr. Kildare (1938) -- (Movie Clip) Bring Me A Tourniquet! Back at the hospital, new intern Lew Ayres (title character) examines his still-unconscious patient (Jo Ann Sayers) whom he revived from a gas suicide attempt, drawing conclusions and barbs from his crusty boss Gillespie (Lionel Barrymore), in the first in the MGM series, Young Dr. Kildare, 1938.
Young Dr. Kildare (1938) -- (Movie Clip) I'm Strong As A Horse Pace suggesting a shortage of film, the first scene minus one from the first picture in the series, girlfriend Alice (Lynne Carver) with parents Dr. Steve and Martha (Samuel S. Hinds, Emma Dunn) greet the title character Lew Ayres on his return from med school, in MGM’s Young Dr. Kildare, 1938.
Young Dr. Kildare (1938) -- (Movie Clip) The Irish Do Well With Horses Fresh from medical school and his Connecticut home town, Lew Ayres (title character) arrives at the big New York hospital where Dr. Carew (Walter Kingsford) is introducing other interns (Truman Bradley et al) to intimidating top-billed Lionel Barrymore as Gillespie, in the first film in the MGM series, Young Dr. Kildare, 1938.
Wings Of Desire (1987) -- (Movie Clip) Open, When The Child Was A Child Spoken by Bruno Ganz as an angel called Damiel, composed by screenwriter Peter Handke and director Wim Wenders, the words are original though they suggest 1: Corinthians 13, the otherwise ethereal opening to the international hit Wings Of Desire, 1987, (the German title closer to Heaven Over Berlin), soaring over the then-divided city.
Wings Of Desire (1987) -- (Movie Clip) Less Effort, More Swing Now roaming West Berlin, angel Damiel (Bruno Ganz), who’s expressed broad discontent to a colleague, happens on a circus where Marion (Solveig Danmartin) is practicing, her first scene, in director Wim Wenders’ celebrated Wings Of Desire, 1987.
Wings Of Desire (1987) -- (Movie Clip) If Grandma Was Here Cutting from a plane over Berlin, another look at Bruno Ganz as (invisible) angel Damiel, as he sees and hears the thoughts of Peter Falk on board, sort-of playing himself, his narration mostly extemporized, after the shoot, in an L-A sound booth, guided by director Wim Wenders back in Germany, then observes other Berliners, early in Wings Of Desire, 1987.
Living Daylights, The (1987) -- (Movie Clip) Open, A Matter Of Pride Robert Brown as “M,” and location shooting at Gibraltar, as the “Double-0 Section” undertakes an exercise, Glyn Baker as 002, Frederick Warder as 004, and Timothy Dalton in his first appearance as the fourth actor to portray Ian Fleming’s James Bond, Carl Rigg the interloper, opening the 15th 007 feature, The Living Daylights, 1987.
Wild Boys Of The Road (1933) -- (Movie Clip) You Won't Feel Anything Mournful scene as Tommy (Edwin Phillips), who lost his leg riding the rails, keeps the upper lip stiff while Eddie (Frankie Darro) doesn't and the doctor (Arthur Hohl) closes in, from William A. Wellman's Wild Boys of the Road, 1933.
Hitch-Hiker, The (1953) -- (Movie Clip) You Like To Shoot? The presence of the murderous hitcher Myers (William Talman) well-known to the audience but not to weekend-ing buddies Roy and Gilbert (Edmond O'Brien, Frank Lovejoy), as they meet along the California/Mexico border, assured direction by Ida Lupino, in The Hitch-Hiker, 1953.
I Was A Teenage Zombie (1987) -- (Movie Clip) Quarter Pound Of Weed With a shot of the Indian Point nuclear plant on the Hudson north of New York, a title tune by The Fleshtones, credits and first scene introducing hero Dan (Michael Ruben) and buddy Gordy (George Seminara), at school, in the very low-rent zombie comedy I Was A Teenage Zombie, 1987.


Mr. Love (1986) -- Original Trailer Starring the beloved and ubiquitous (mostly on TV) English actor Barry Jackson in one of his few leading roles, from producer David Puttnam, the trailer for Mr. Love, 1986.
Shakespeare In Love (1998) -- (Academy Award Trailer) Academy Award trailer for director John Madden’s Shakespeare In Love, 1998, with Gwyneth Paltrow and Judi Dench in their Oscar-winning performances.
Wings of Desire - (Original Trailer) An angel of death (Bruno Ganz) gives up his wings for love. Co-starring Peter Falk and directed by Wim Wenders.
Amityville Horror, The - (Original Trailer) Newlyweds (James Brolin, Margot Kidder) discover their dream home is haunted in The Amityville Horror (1979).
Few Good Men, A - (Original Trailer) Jack Nicholson and Tom Cruise star in the film version of A Few Good Men (1992) based on the play by Aaron Sorkin.
Big Chill, The - (Re-issue Trailer) A friend's death brings together a group of former college activists in The Big Chill (1983) starring Glenn Close, William Hurt and Kevin Kline.
Deer Hunter, The - (Original Trailer) Three young factory workers are drafted and sent to Vietnam in The Deer Hunter (1978).
Two Loves - (British Trailer) Shirley MacLaine stars as an American teacher who struggles with her values while teaching natives in New Zealand in Two Loves (1961), released in England as Spinster.
Poltergeist -- (Original Trailer) Evil spirits abduct a little girl, causing chaos and terror for her family in Poltergeist (1982), Tobe Hooper's supernatural thriller.
Silverado - (Original Trailer) Scott Glenn, Danny Glover, John Cleese and Jeff Goldblum are just a few of the stars in Lawrence Kasdan's western Silverado (1985).