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Duo (USA) Film & Stage Stars Pre-1940 Abbott and Costello 1996 Abbott and Costello 1996 LT72 - William Alexander “Bud” Abbott and Louis “Lou” Francis Cristillo (Costello) teamed up in 1936 and were soon household names as a comedy duo, at first on stage, but then in a series of films throughout the 1940s and ‘50s to become “one of the most beloved comedy teams of all time”. In 1942 they were the USA’s number one box office attraction, the first comedy team to ever top the list and their hilarious antics kept them as top attractions throughout their careers, as demonstrated on these cards with descriptive backs. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Abbott and Costello 1996

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Inkworks (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Alien Legacy (The 4 Films) 1998 Alien Legacy (The 4 Films) 1998 LT90 - Card no. 1 tells us the whys and the wherefores – “The Alien films are high-tech suspense thrillers that revolutionised Hollywood’s monster movie genre. Ridley Scott provided a haunted house in space for the original outing; James Cameron plunged us into total warfare for the sequel seven years later. The final two films explore different aspects of this relentlessly bleak universe. And all four adventures boast the irreplaceable presence of Sigourney Weaver as the heroine”. First 45 cards feature scenes from all four films, followed by sections on ‘technology and environments’, ‘art and design’, ‘Alien evolution’ and ‘roll call’. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Alien Legacy (The 4 Films) 1998

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Inkworks (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Alien vs Predator 2004 Alien vs Predator 2004 LT90 - “Combining two of the greatest movie monster franchises of all time, Alien vs Predator offers breathless viewers a battle royale unlike anything ever seen on the motion picture screen “ says the blurb on the title card for this series, which then takes us through the principal characters led by heroine “Lex” Woods (played by Sanaa Lathan) and billionaire Charles Wayland (Lance Henriksen) before getting into the adventure sequence, a chilling sci-fi/occult story beneath the Antarctic ice cap involving an advanced, unfriendly alien culture. Ends with examples of the pre-production art and graphics, and some revealing glimpses “behind the scenes”. Size 89 x 63mm.
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Alien vs Predator 2004

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Impel (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art An American Tail Fievel Goes West 1991 An American Tail Fievel Goes West 1991 LT150 - This set features the Steven Spielberg cartoon of Fievel Mousekewitz and his family and the Cat R Waul gang of unfriendly felines, with Fievel becoming “Filly the Kid” as he turns his New York City street into an imaginary wild west town. Colour pictures are backed by the story text and there’s a section about how the film was made, from story to final assembly. Size 89 x 63mm.
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An American Tail Fievel Goes West 1991

Impel (USA) - LT150 in set

£12.00

Panini (Canada) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Austin Powers 1998 Austin Powers 1998 EL72 - Fans of Austin Powers “The Spy Who Shagged Me” will be well pleased with this series of excellent glossy coloured photos of shots from the film, including Mr. Bigglesworth, Number Two, Mini-Me, The Fat Man, Va-Va-Vroom Felicity in her 1967 Corvette Stingray convertible, and, of course, our bespectacled hero Austin himself. With title, Panini name and New Line Cinema credit on the back. Postcard size 149 x 99mm
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Austin Powers 1998

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£12.00

Skybox (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Batman and Robin The Film 1997 Batman and Robin The Film 1997 EL72 -
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Batman and Robin The Film 1997

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Topps (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Batman Begins The Movie 2005 Batman Begins The Movie 2005 LT90 - ‘Batman Begins’ directed by award-winning film-maker Christopher Nolan, unveils the Dark Knight’s emergence as a force for good in Gotham City. Christian Bale plays the black-clad avenger, leading an all-star cast which includes Michael Caine, Liam Neeson and Morgan Freeman. This is Batman as you’ve never seen before, as you can see in this series by Topps which begins with a dozen character cards before launching into the story with a sequence of shots backed by narrative and mini-pictures. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Batman Begins The Movie 2005

Topps (USA) - LT90 in set

£12.00

Fleer (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Batman Forever (Inscribed Fleer 1995 on front) 1995 Batman Forever (Inscribed Fleer 1995 on front) 1995 LT120 -
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Fleer (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Batman Forever (Inscribed Fleer 95 Ultra on front) 1995 Batman Forever (Inscribed Fleer 95 Ultra on front) 1995 LT120 -
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Fleer (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Batman Forever Metal 1995 Batman Forever Metal 1995 LT100 - The ‘metal’ is a reference to the metalized finish of these cards, the reflective qualities of which preclude me from illustrating a sample. Presented in the cartoon format, as with the original film, Bruce Wayne and Dick Grayson a.k.a. Batman and Robin encounter and overcome evil personified by Two-Face and The Riddler in the defence of Gotham City. The story is on the backs. Size 89 x 63mm.
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Batman Forever Metal 1995

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Upper Deck (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Beauty and the Beast 1992 Beauty and the Beast 1992 LT198 -
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Beauty and the Beast 1992

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Inkworks (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Catwomen The Movie 2004 Catwomen The Movie 2004 LT72 - Halle Berry is the black-leather-clad star, performing many of her own stunts and spending hours in a wire harness to pounce, climb, leap and fall, as we discover in the ‘behind-the-scenes’ cards in this series. The set begins with character cards including Sharon Stone as the cosmetic queen Laurel Hedare, followed by shots from the film with the backs bearing further pictures and the story, innocent woman murdered, resurrected by ancient cat spirit, fights to save others from her killers. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Catwomen The Movie 2004

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Topps (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Close Encounters of the Third Kind The Movie 1978 Close Encounters of the Third Kind The Movie 1978 LT66 - There was a time when all aliens were monsters, but in this Steven Spielberg classic film his aliens are not so frightening and their visit is eagerly anticipated. The card fronts feature shots from the film and are numbered on the front, whilst most of the card backs make into a sectional picture. The remainder of the card backs contain movie facts like John Williams using a 110-piece orchestra on the music for this film. Size 89mm x 64mm.
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Close Encounters of the Third Kind The Movie 1978

Topps (USA) - LT66 in set

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Topps (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Daredevill The Movie 2003 Daredevill The Movie 2003 LT72 - This film, released in the UK in 2003 is the story of Daredevil, “the elusive enigmatic avenger of the night, a devil-costumed vigilante bringing criminals to justice in a way his alter ego never can”. His alter ego is blind New York lawyer Matt Murdock aided by his trusty ally, Franklin “Foggy” Nelson. Some seriously sick villains are encountered in this battle against evil, much in the vain of Batman or Superman and the behind the scenes cards reveal some of the special effects. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Daredevill The Movie 2003

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Upper Deck (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Disney Treasures 2nd Series 2003 Disney Treasures 2nd Series 2003 LT90 - Numbered from 90 to 179, the fronts picture characters from the whole spectrum of Disney cartoons, each labelled as either a hero or a villain, from Mickey’s first (black & white) 1928 appearance in ‘Steamboat Willie’ through to today’s colourful 21st century hi-tech offerings. The descriptive backs are accompanied by pictures of the wider scene and show the date when the character first appeared. Size 89 x 64mm
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Disney Treasures 2nd Series 2003

Upper Deck (USA) - LT90 in set

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Upper Deck (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Disney Treasures 3rd Series 2004 Disney Treasures 3rd Series 2004 LT89 - Numbers running on from where we left off in Series 2, 180 to 268. The format is the same, but this time only one picture is black & white, that of The Three Little Pigs (1933), the rest being in colour and taking us through to Brother Bear (2003). Heroes along the way include Goofy, the Seven Dwarfs, Pinocchio and Jungle Book characters. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Disney Treasures 3rd Series 2004

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Upper Deck (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Disney Treasures: Celebrate Mickey 75 Years of Fun 2004 Disney Treasures: Celebrate Mickey 75 Years of Fun 2004 LT75 - The most famous cartoon character ever, Mickey Mouse, made his debut in “Steamboat Willie” in 1928, the 75th anniversary being marked by his boxed set, although a little confusingly, card no. 1 for 1928 is “Plane Crazy” with Mickey as an amateur aviator. We then proceed in date order, with colour coming in 1935, through to “Fantasia” in 1940 and “All Together” in 1942 produced to encourage the purchase of war bonds. The sequence continues to 1953, then just three cards round off the set to “Runaway Brain” in 1995, plus a double size no.75. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Disney Treasures: Celebrate Mickey 75 Years of Fun 2004

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Panini (USA) Films & Film Stars Post 1940 Disneys 101 Dalmatians plus its special album (stickers contained on 6 sheets in centre of album) 1996 Disneys 101 Dalmatians plus its special album (stickers contained on 6 sheets in centre of album) 1996 M66 - This sticker book, with sheets of stickers in the centre, contains action from the 1996 Disney classic 101 Dalmatians which was based on the 1956 novel by Dodie Smith. This comedy live action adventure tells the story of Roger and Anita who meet through their dogs and marry. Anita works in the fashion industry for the evil Cruella de Vil (played with relish by Glen Close). When their Dalmatians have puppies Cruella tries to buy them to make into a fur coat, but the couple refuse and so she arranges to have them stolen. With the help of intelligent dogs and the police the puppies are returned and Cruella arrested. The film ends with Roger making his fortune with a video game based on the adventures and the couple move to the country and adopt the other Dalmatian puppies taken by Cruella making 101 in total. Good fun and size 272 x 209mm
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Strictly Ink (UK) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Doctor Who Big Screen 2003 Doctor Who Big Screen 2003 LT100 - In 1964 American production company AARU paid the BBC and Terry Nation £500 for the rights to make a cinema film based on the first Doctor Who TV serial featuring the Daleks. Production began at Shepperton Studios in 1965 with a budget of £180,000 and the film was released that summer to lukewarm critical reaction, despite starring Peter Cushing as The Doctor, we learn on the first two cards in this series which goes on to showcase scenes from the film and some of the actors such as Bernard Cribbins, Philip Madoc and, of course, the Daleks. Story and interesting facts on the back. Size 89 x 63mm.
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Doctor Who Big Screen 2003

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Artbox (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Finding Nemo Film Cardz (Disney Film) 2003 Finding Nemo Film Cardz (Disney Film) 2003 LT72 - When this film was released in 2003, not only was it acclaimed by the critics for its inspirational animation and inventive characterisation, but it was also a thoroughly entertaining story which attracted a huge cinema audience of all ages. Now you can meet Nemo and his friends and enjoy scenes from the film presented as colour negatives on celluloid housed in the centre of cards (size 89 x 63mm with rounded corners) with titles above.
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Finding Nemo Film Cardz (Disney Film) 2003

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Perennial Music Pop Stars & Singers Forever Gold Entertainment Legends 2000 Forever Gold Entertainment Legends 2000 M45 - Here we find some of the greatest names in 20th century musical entertainment, the likes of \r\nJudy Garland, Gene Kelly, Louis Armstrong, Bing Crosby, Ethel Merman, Frank Sinatra, Al Jolson,\r\nBillie Holiday and Glen Miller, plus our very own stars Vera Lynn and Anne Shelton, on pictures designed to recapture the period of fame. First class descriptions on the numbered backs. Card size 80 x 50mm.
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Forever Gold Entertainment Legends 2000

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Artbox (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire 1st Series 2005 Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire 1st Series 2005 LT90 - The Harry Potter films get better and better. The Goblet of Fire is the third, and the darkest, highly acclaimed by critics and three million cinema-goers. Now with these cards you can re-live the story as Harry enters the fourth year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, competes in the dangerous Triwizard Tournament and ultimately faces his greatest enemy, Lord Voldemort. Individual cards for each of the principal characters are followed by scenes from the film with the story and a further, miniature picture on the backs. Size 89 x 63mm.
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Inkworks (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Hell Boy The Film 2004 Hell Boy The Film 2004 LT72 - Adapted from Mike Mignola’s fantasy comic book creation, Hellboy “The Prince of Hell” was a demon child raised by Professor Broom (played by John Hurt) who was selected by President Roosvelt during World War II to combat Hitler’s occult ambitions and who now battles supernatural evil as head of the Bureau for Paranormal Research and Defence. Grown-up Hellboy (Ron Perlman) confronts his nemesis, Greigori Rasputin, and a dark destiny threatens every creature on earth. Exciting action with brilliant special effects is pictured in scenes from the film, plus character portraits, with the story on the back and ‘behind the camera’ section revealing production secrets. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Hell Boy The Film 2004

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Topps (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Lord of The Rings Fellowship of the Ring 2nd Series 2002 Lord of The Rings Fellowship of the Ring 2nd Series 2002 LT72 - Described as a “collectors update edition” this set follows on from Topps’ first series with numbers 91 to 162 continuing with scenes from ‘The Fellowship of The Ring’, the acclaimed first film in ‘The Lord of the Rings’ trilogy. Particularly interesting is the use of the backs to show production paintings, artists’ concepts, models, animation work and so on, whilst the last nine cards preview the next film in the series ‘The Two Towers’. Size 89 x 63mm.
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Topps (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Lord of The Rings Masterpieces Series 1 2006 Lord of The Rings Masterpieces Series 1 2006 LT90 - “Welcome to the fantastic and evocative world of Middle-Earth, as presented so memorably in the Oscar-winning movie trilogy. This set of cards showcases exceptional artwork used in the making of the films, illustrates visuals from Electronic Arts ambitious video games and new renderings by illustrators inspired by Peter Jackson’s sweeping vision.” The set is split into six sections, portraits, paintings, costume designs, Electronic Arts paintings, caricatures and new visions, all with descriptive backs – very revealing. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Lord of The Rings Masterpieces Series 1 2006

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Topps (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Lord of The Rings Masterpieces Series 2 2008 Lord of The Rings Masterpieces Series 2 2008 LT72 - A follow-up to the first series these cards show us artwork inspired by the Lord of The Rings trilogy of films under the heading ‘New Visions ‘08’ followed by ‘Production Art’ featuring creature designs, conceptual renderings, landscapes and vistas on which key elements of the transfer from book to film would be based. Descriptive backs include mini-pictures of artwork or photos of the characters on which the paintings are based. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Lord of The Rings Masterpieces Series 2 2008

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Topps (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Lord of The Rings Return of The King 2nd Series 2004 Lord of The Rings Return of The King 2nd Series 2004 LT72 - This series, numbered 91 to 162, shows scenes from the concluding instalment of director Peter Jackson’s film trilogy of Tolkein’s “The Lord of The Rings”, but the pictures and texts on the backs are of even greater interest, we see the actors on and off set, the work of the make-up artists, digital wizardry, costume designs, conceptual sketches and so on, all of which give a marvellous insight into the making of this film, one of the most financially successful and critically acclaimed movies of all time, richly deserving the eleven Academy Awards at this year’s Oscars. Size 89 x 63mm
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Topps (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Lord of The Rings The Two Towers 1st Series 2002 Lord of The Rings The Two Towers 1st Series 2002 LT90 - The second film in the Lord of The Rings trilogy achieved the elusive double of mass popularity and critical acclaim. If you haven’t seen it these cards will be an appetizer and if you have they will be a memento. The series begins with the main characters Frodo, Gandalf, Pippin etc., followed by scenes from the film with the story on the backs. Eleven cards at the end show how the movie was made, directors Peter Jackson at work, Frodo (Elijah Wood) relaxing etc. Great stuff. Size 89 x 64m.
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Lord of The Rings The Two Towers 1st Series 2002

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Topps (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Lord of The Rings The Two Towers 2nd Series 2003 Lord of The Rings The Two Towers 2nd Series 2003 LT72 - This series, described as a “Collector’s update edition”, carries on from the 1st Series and is numbered from 91 to 162. The emphasis is on scenes from the film with the story and a second (different) smaller picture on the backs. The last nine cards are interesting because they preview the third Lord of the Rings film “The Return of the King” which had yet to appear in cinemas in 2003 when this set was issued. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Lord of The Rings The Two Towers 2nd Series 2003

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Inkworks (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Men In Black II The Film 2002 Men In Black II The Film 2002 LT81 - Not to be confused with the 1997 first Men in Black set, this set titled Men in Black II is a series showcasing the second MIB movie, featuring our field-agent heroes Jay and Kay in their trademark dark glasses, as part of a self-contained secret society, “mankind’s last and only defence against the scum of the universe”. Exciting stuff as we see on these cards with the story on the back, plus character pictures. Size 89 x 63mm.
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Men In Black II The Film 2002

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Fleer (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Power Rangers The Movie 1995 Power Rangers The Movie 1995 LT150 - The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, six of them namely white, yellow, red, pink (a girl called Kimberley), blue and black, take on ‘the nastiest bunch of evil space aliens ever’ (Mordant, Rita Repulsa, Lord Zedd, Goldar and Ivan Ooze) in an exciting adventure where the actors who are all proficient gymnasts and experts in martial arts display their skills on the big screen. Scenes and characters with brief descriptive backs. Size 89 x 63mm.
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Power Rangers The Movie 1995

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Topps (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Return to Oz 1985 Return to Oz 1985 LT44 - Cashing in on the huge success of “The Wizard of Oz” this is Walt Disney’s 1985 follow-up film on the theme, with 32 “story” cards with scenes bearing speech bubbles and text banners describing Dorothy’s adventure as she is transported from her Kansas home into a second world of Oz. The last ten cards make up into a sectional picture of Dorothy and Tik Tok (a mechanised man made of copper) and all the fronts have peel-off pictures of scenes and characters. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Return to Oz 1985

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Times Confectionery Native North American Indians and Cowboys Roy Rogers In Old Amarillo 1955 Roy Rogers In Old Amarillo 1955 M24 - Cowboy films were still all the rage in the early 1950s and these cards reproduce in black and white some of the action from the popular film Roy Rogers in Old Amarillo, with the story told on the backs. Known as the “King of the Cowboys” American actor and singer Roy Rogers was actually born in the city as Leonard Franklin Slye, but changed his name to Roy Rogers when he got his first cowboy role. His character had a TV show of the same name between 1951 and 1957 and he appeared in many western films. Such was his popularity that the Roy Rogers name was used for all sorts of endorsements including these “Roy Rogers Bubble Gum” cards and even a restaurant chain. Roy was always the good guy who with his trusty horse Trigger, dog Bullet and a number of different sidekicks, sometimes including real-life wife Dale Evans, always defeated the baddies usually ending the show with a song. In this film the baddies are a greedy landowner and a ruthless gunman who are trying to cheat locals out of their property, but needless to say Roy puts everything right. This series was also produced under the name Roy Rogers Gum but without any text on the backs. Pure nostalgia from a time when good guys always wore white hats. Size 64 x 44mm
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Roy Rogers In Old Amarillo 1955

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Times Confectionery Native North American Indians and Cowboys Roy Rogers South of Caliente 1955 Roy Rogers South of Caliente 1955 M24 - Cowboy films were still all the rage in the early 1950s and these cards reproduce in black and white some of the action from the popular film Roy Rogers South of Caliente, with the story told on the backs. Known as the “King of the Cowboys” American actor and singer Roy Rogers was actually born in the city as Leonard Franklin Slye, but changed his name to Roy Rogers when he got his first cowboy role. His character had a TV show of the same name between 1951 and 1957 and he appeared in many western films. Such was his popularity that the Roy Rogers name was used for all sorts of endorsements including these “Roy Rogers Bubble Gum” cards and even a restaurant chain. Roy was always the good guy who with his trusty horse Trigger, dog Bullet and a number of different sidekicks, defeated the baddies usually ending the show with a song. In this film he played a horse transporter hired by Doris (played by his real-life wife Dale Evans) to transport her prize racehorse. When the horse is stolen she suspects Roy, but in fact the baddie is one of her employees who is after her ranch. Needless to say Roy puts everything right after plenty of fights and action shots. This series was also produced under the name Roy Rogers Gum but without any text on the backs. Pure nostalgia from a time when good guys always wore white hats. Size 64 x 44mm
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Roy Rogers South of Caliente 1955

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Cards Inc Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Shrek 2 The Film 2004 Shrek 2 The Film 2004 LT72 - Shrek, the big, green, smelly ogre, is back and married to Princess Fiona. Will he be able to change his ways? You’ll find out in this series of cards featuring the main characters, Shrek, Fiona, Donkey, King Harold and newcomer Puss in Boots, plus scenes from the film, a tale of romance, intrigue, magic and mayhem, told on the card backs. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Shrek 2 The Film 2004

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Donruss (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art The Dark Crystal 1982 The Dark Crystal 1982 LT78 - A film in the early 1980s, The Dark Crystal emits ‘cosmic radiances’ to vitalise the skekis, nine scaly reptilian creatures. And there’s The Mystics, “gentle philosopher of the Valley of the Standing Stones” whose Master, Ursu instructs Jen, the last surviving Gelfling how to find the missing crystal shard…and so on. The story unfolds until a happy conclusion is reached on the final card and the colour pictures confirm that the special effects are from an earlier age (1982). Size 89 x 64mm. Rounded Corners
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The Dark Crystal 1982

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Dart (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art The Frighteners The Film 1996 The Frighteners The Film 1996 LT72 - Presented as metalized ‘deluxe movie cards’ to depict the ghostly goings-on in Fairwater, a town whose name is synonymous with death following a murder spree thirty years earlier when twelve people died at the hands of two hospital orderlies and now the Grim Reaper is stalking the streets again. Haunted houses, cemeteries, eerie apparitions, rotting flesh, unexplained deaths frights aplenty described on the card backs. Size 89 x 64mm.
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The Frighteners The Film 1996

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Cryptozoic Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art The Hobbit, An Unexpected Journey 2014 The Hobbit, An Unexpected Journey 2014 LT101 - This is a series of 100 cards (plus checklist) with scenes on the fronts, story and a second (different) picture on the backs, showcasing the first Hobbit film premiered in November 2012, starring Elijah Wood as Frodo Baggins, Martin Freeman as Bilbo Baggins, Ian McKelle as Gandalf and Andy Serkis who turns in a wonderful performance as Gollum. The film was a huge box office success and this card series will be popular with all Hobbit fans. Size 89 x 64mm.
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The Hobbit, An Unexpected Journey 2014

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Pro Set (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art The Little Mermaid (Disney Film) plus 37 bonus cards 1991 The Little Mermaid (Disney Film) plus 37 bonus cards 1991 LT90 - A statue of The Little Mermaid in Copenhagen harbour is a tribute to Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tale on which the Walt Disney Organisation based their 1991 animated film. In this card series we see ninety scenes from the firm with the story told on the backs. But there’s more. Being a boxed factory set it also includes all the ‘extras’, fifteen stand-up activity cards, fifteen colour-in activity cards and six Character Sponges(!). Size 89 x 64mm.
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Inkworks (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art The Scorpion King The Movie 2002 The Scorpion King The Movie 2002 LT72 - In this prequel to “The Mummy Returns”, wrestling superstar ‘The Rock’ stars as Mathayus, an akkadian assassin who rises to become one of prehistory’s most powerful leaders, uniting warring tribes as the forces of good and evil rally for a final earth-shattering showdown in the legendary city of Gomorrah, amid lots of macho action. Size 89 x 63mm.
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The Scorpion King The Movie 2002

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