A selection of sets relating to Films & Film Stars post 1940

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Topps (UK) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Superman The Movie 1st Series 1979 Superman The Movie 1st Series 1979 LT66 - Christopher Reeve is the hero in tights in this set based on the popular firm. The fronts show movie pictures whilst the backs contain facts and story summaries and a sectional picture of the hero himself. Size 89 x 64mm
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Superman The Movie 1st Series 1979

Topps (UK) - LT66 in set

Catalogue Price £18.00 Special Offer £12.60

Primrose Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (paper thin card) 1969 Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (paper thin card) 1969 50 - This set pictures scenes from the 1968 musical fantasy film loosely based on a novel by Ian Fleming. It starred Dick Van Dyke as Caractacus Potts an eccentric inventor who is persuaded by his children and father to rescue and restore an old racing car. Confectionery heiress Truly Scrumptious, played by Sally Ann Howes, also becomes involved and after they all go on a picnic in the car they become stranded and Caractacus tells the story of a wicked Baron who lives in a foreign land who wants to steal the car. Suddenly they find themselves caught up in the adventure and discover that the car, which they have nicknamed Chitty Chitty Bang Bang owing to the noise it makes, can float and fly. The Baron captures Grandpa and the rest set off in pursuit to a county where the Baron dominates the people and children are banned. The Baron and his wife employ and evil child-catcher to round up any children including the Potts children. Eventually Caractacus and Truly capture the Baron by infiltrating the castle as life-sized dolls, freeing the children and Grandpa before returning home in their car. This was a popular film with memorable music, although the child-catcher gave many children nightmares. This set was also produced on a thick card (see website for availability) and both are size 64 x 34mm.
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Wizards Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Harry Potter and The Sorcerers Stone The Movie 2001 Harry Potter and The Sorcerers Stone The Movie 2001 EL81 - This set features cards from the popular Harry Potter film including platform 9 ½ at Kings Cross for the train to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, characters such as Hagrid and Hermione and, of course, Harry Potter himself. The story is told on the numbered backs. Widevision (“WV”) size 115 x 63mm.
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Inkworks (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art James Bond 007 3rd Series 1997 James Bond 007 3rd Series 1997 LT90 -
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James Bond 007 3rd Series 1997

Inkworks (USA) - LT90 in set

£20.00

Brooke Bond Brooke Bond Tea Card Issues Magical World of Disney (Two pictures per card with all varieties) 1989 Magical World of Disney (Two pictures per card with all varieties) 1989 L25 - This contains lovely colour pictures of Disney characters including Mickey Mouse, characters from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and Pinocchio as well as favourites like Bambi, Cinderella, Alice in Wonderland, Peter Pan, Pluto, Goofy, Lady and Tramp, Sleeping Beauty, Cruella De Vil from 101 Dalmatians, Mowgli and King Louie from Jungle Book, Winnie the Pooh and Tiger, Donald Duck and Oliver from Oliver & Company which we are told was “scheduled for release in the UK during Christmas 1989. A special album was also produced and could be obtained from Brooke Bond for 40p. This set was also issued with two pictures per card, with all the pictures but not all the varieties. and as a standard set of 25 cards. A colourful set full of Disney magic and with plenty of information contained in the black text on the reverse. Cards size 68 x 73mm.
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Panini UK Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art ET The Extra Terrestrial (including album stickers) 1982 ET The Extra Terrestrial (including album stickers) 1982 M120 -
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Topps (UK) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art The Black Hole 1980 The Black Hole 1980 LT88 - Based on the 1979 space film this set pictures scenes from the film set within a blue space border. The film was produced by Walt Disney Productions and has the distinction of being their first P.G film. It told the story of staff returning to Earth after a long mission who come across a lost spaceship which is mysteriously parked near a black hole, but somehow avoiding its gravitational pull. On investigation it is discovered that this ship is captained by a scientist and crewed by android drones and a sinister robert known as Maximilian. The scientist explains that he is preparing to explore the black hole, but when some of the other crew discover the droids are in fact zombie like members of the old crew things turn nasty. The film ended on a bit of a cliff-hanger as they are all forced into the black hole and enter a hellish landscape from which the heroes escape by following a white light to reach a planet on the other side. The backs make up into three different pictures from the film. The cards are size 89 x 64mm
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The Black Hole 1980

Topps (UK) - LT88 in set

£22.00

Batten Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Screen Stars 2nd Series 1956 Screen Stars 2nd Series 1956 K25 - These delightful colour pictures are only tiny, but they feature excellent colour head and shoulders portraits of film stars of the era who include Jack Hawkins who we are told was appearing in ‘Touch and Go’, Norman Wisdom star of ‘One Good Turn’, Dirk Bogarde, Alec Guinness, Jane Powell who appeared in ‘Seven Brides for Seven Brothers’, Debbie Reynolds and Cyd Charisse who was appearing in ‘Deep in My Heart’. The backs just give their name, current film and the studio. The rest of the card contains an advert for Jibco tea but there is no mention of the issuers Batten & Co. A 1st series of 25 was also issued in a similar format These cards are size 50 x 38mm.
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Screen Stars 2nd Series 1956

Batten - K25 in set

£22.50

Bassett Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Lord of the Rings 2003 Lord of the Rings 2003 32 - Being distributed with Bassett’s & Beyond candy sticks, these cards, bear colour pictures from the Lord of the Rings within a blue border. Unnumbered, the backs make up into a sectional blue and white map. size 65 x 35mm
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Lord of the Rings 2003

Bassett - 32 in set

£25.00

Topps (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Lord of The Rings Fellowship of the Ring 1st Series 2001 Lord of The Rings Fellowship of the Ring 1st Series 2001 L90 - “The Fellowship of The Ring”, the first of J.R.R Tolkein’s epic “The Lord of the Rings” trilogy was imaginatively adapted for the big screen to great critical and popular acclaim. In this set we see the main characters Gandalf (Ian McKellen), Bilbo Baggins (Ian Holm) the hobbits Sam, Merry & Pippin etc., before being treated to 63 scenes from the film ending with 8 “behind the scenes” cards demonstrating how some of the amazing effects were achieved. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Cards Inc Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Shrek 2 The Film Parallel Series 2004 Shrek 2 The Film Parallel Series 2004 LT72 - This is the scarcer parallel series to the basic set. These cards are foil-fronted. 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 Parallel Series 2004

Cards Inc - LT72 in set

£30.00

Kane Native North American Indians and Cowboys Roy Rogers Colour Series 1958 Roy Rogers Colour Series 1958 25 -
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Roy Rogers Colour Series 1958

Kane - 25 in set

£60.00

Barbers Tea Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Cinema and Television Stars 1955 Cinema and Television Stars 1955 24 -
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Cinema and Television Stars 1955

Barbers Tea - 24 in set

£75.00

Spar Grocers Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Walt Disney 1972 Walt Disney 1972 EL30 -
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Walt Disney 1972

Spar Grocers - EL30 in set

£75.00

A & B C Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Creature Feature 1974 Creature Feature 1974 L66 - This is the issue with purple ‘You’ll Die Laughing back with the words “Collect all 66 Creature Feature cards” on the side of the back not to be confused with the set of L48 You’ll Die Laughing which also has purple backs or the set of L55 Lotsa Laffs with various back colours. The ‘Creatures’ are characters from horror movies such as Frankenstein or The Mummy but these are given humorous captions underneath. All are black and white and the backs contain a corny joke such as “1st Monster This is the 5th time this week I’ve caught you sleeping on the job. What do you have to say for yourself? 2nd Monster: I’m sure glad today is Friday”. Sure to raise a smile these are well worth adding to any collection. Cards size 81 x 56mm.
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Creature Feature 1974

A & B C - L66 in set

£100.00

Watford Biscuits Scarce, Rare & Unusual Series Cinema Stars 1st Series 1955 Cinema Stars 1st Series 1955 K48 - Number 24 Jack Warner has the number 2 missing from the number
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Cinema Stars 1st Series 1955

Watford Biscuits - K48 in set

£150.00

Cadet Scarce, Rare & Unusual Series Doctor Who and the Daleks 1965 Doctor Who and the Daleks 1965 50 -
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Doctor Who and the Daleks 1965

Cadet - 50 in set

£175.00

Barratt Scarce, Rare & Unusual Series Walt Disney Characters 2nd Series 1957 Walt Disney Characters 2nd Series 1957 50 -
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Walt Disney Characters 2nd Series 1957

Barratt - 50 in set

£275.00

 
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