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The Killers - Movie Posters
Here are a few original release American movie posters for Universal's The Killers (1946), starring Burt Lancaster and Ava Gardner.


Movie Clip

Thank Your Lucky Stars (1943) -- (Movie Clip) Blues In The Night, John Garfield Dinah Shore has just opened with the the title song, as radio host Don Wilson helps her segue to top-billed Eddie Cantor and the first big cameo, John Garfield (who co-founded the armed services pro-bono entertainment club the Hollywood Canteen, to which all the stars donated their salaries), with the Harold Arlen-Johnny Mercer tune, in one of the funniest bits in the bulky Warner Bros. wartime propaganda showcase, Thank Your Lucky Stars, 1943.
Thank Your Lucky Stars (1943) -- (Movie Clip) They're Either Too Young Or Too Old Bette Davis (like all the Warner Bros. stars, donating her salary to the Hollywood Canteen she co-founded), delivers an original by Arthur Schwartz and Frank Loesser which earned an Academy Award nomination and became a widely recorded hit, in the variety propaganda effort Thank Your Lucky Stars, 1943, Conrad Wiedell her dance partner.
Thank Your Lucky Stars (1943) -- (Movie Clip) That's What You Jolly Well Get The schtick for Errol Flynn (who like the other big names, donated his $50,000 salary to the armed services benefit Hollywood Canteen) for the wartime fundraiser show-within-a-show premise of the Warner Bros. propaganda feature is an original by Arthur Schwartz and Frank Loesser, staged by Leroy Prinz, in Thank Your Lucky Stars, 1943.
Thank Your Lucky Stars (1943) -- (Movie Clip) You Know Who You're Talking To? S.Z. “Cuddles” Sakall is the promoter with Edward Everett Horton of a fictional wartime benefit show, and they’re being driven nuts by (pretending) egomaniac star Eddie Cantor, so he doesn’t recognize Humphrey Bogart, maybe because of the impressive scruffy beard, in the Warner Bros. morale-Musical variety hit Thank Your Lucky Stars, 1943.
Two Mrs. Carrolls, The (1947) -- (Movie Clip) Angel Of Death Artist Geoffrey Carroll (Humphrey Bogart) is cagey with daughter Bea (Ann Carter), and has already purchased poison for his invalid wife, plot thickening in The Two Mrs. Carrolls, 1947.
Two Mrs. Carrolls, The (1947) -- (Movie Clip) Stimulating Exhibition Charles (Pat O'Moore), Mrs. Latham (Isobel Elsom) and her daughter Cecily (Alexis Smith) are visiting his ex-fianceè Sally (Barbara Stanwyck) and her flinty artist husband Geoffrey Carroll (Humphrey Bogart), in The Two Mrs. Carrolls, 1947.
Brother Orchid (1940) -- (Movie Clip) Who's Your Boss? Returned from five years abroad, gangster Little John (Edward G. Robinson) is greeted warmly at first by Jack (Humphrey Bogart) and henchmen (Morgan Conway, Richard Lane, Paul Guilfoyle, John Ridgely), in Brother Orchid, 1940.
Naked City, The (1948) -- (Movie Clip) Story Of The City Producer Mark Hellinger's narration boasts the virtues of the picture "you're about to see," leading to the murder by Ted de Corsia and Walter Burke in the famous opening of The Naked City, 1948.
Naked City, The (1948) -- (Movie Clip) Who Moved The Body? Cranky Lieutenant Muldoon (Barry Fitzgerald) works the crime scene with help from Halloran (Don Taylor) and Schaefer (Arthur O'Connell) in an early scene from The Naked City, 1948.
Naked City, The (1948) -- (Movie Clip) The Kid Has Nerve Darn near unvarnished police procedure, as Donahue (Frank Conroy) and Halloran (Don Taylor) canvass for a suspect, director Jules Dassin working New York locations, until producer Mark Hellinger's narration resumes the policeman's lament in The Naked City, 1948.
Naked City, The (1948) -- (Movie Clip) You're Goin' To The Penitentiary Brought in from Boston, theft victim McCormick (Nicholas Joy) gives Lieutenant Muldoon (Barry Fitzgerald) the entree to sweat Frank Niles (Howard Duff), the slippery ex-boyfriend of his murder victim, in The Naked City, 1948, directed by Jules Dassin.
Naked City, The (1948) -- (Movie Clip) Just Another Pretty Girl Lieutenant Muldoon (Barry Fitzgerald) consoles the parents (Grover Burgess and Adelaide Klein) of a murder victim, then producer Mark Hellinger narrates over Manhattan scenery in The Naked City, 1948.