Photos favorited by gavcrimson

  • <p>The Ed Wood scripted wonder “Orgy of the Dead” !</p>
  • <p>AD APPEARED IN THE WINDSOR STAR APRIL 19, 1972</p>
  • <p>AD APPEARED IN THE DETROIT NEWS JULY 7, 1972</p>
  • <p>AD APPEARED IN THE WINDSOR STAR OCTOBER 9, 1971</p>
  • <p>AD APPEARED IN THE TORONTO STAR DECEMBER 24, 1971</p>
  • <p>AD APPEARED IN THE TORONTO STAR SEPTEMBER 29, 1971</p>
  • <p>AD APPEARED IN THE TORONTO STAR SEPTEMBER 29, 1971</p>
  • <p>AD APPEARED IN THE TORONTO STAR AUGUST 22, 1974</p>
  • <p>AD APPEARED IN THE TORONTO STAR NOVEMBER 24, 1972</p>
  • <p>AD APPEARED IN THE TORONTO STAR APRIL 3, 1971</p>
  • <p>from the film ‘a night at the adonis’</p>
  • <p>June 16, 1972 print ad from the Los Angeles Free Press.</p>
  • <p>New London Day 3-12-76</p>
  • <p>Taken by slide film on a Minolta SRT303 camera of projectionist sitting on roof of cinema, organised by said projectionist.</p>
  • <p>Roosevelt Theatre in 1970.  Image lifted by 8mm home movies of Vivian Maier.</p>
  • <p>1963 print ad courtesy of David Floodstrand.</p>
  • <p>If you went to the Garde Theater on March 11, 1976, to see the film Snuff, you didn’t see the controversial ending where a woman reportedly got killed on camera – the local projectionist union refused to screen the scene and snipped it from the final film reel! Out front, protesters handed out flyers complaining about the theater’s willingness to screen the film, which New London city officials viewed and deemed “worthless.” The March 12 screening was cancelled by Garde manager Gail Belyea, and Snuff (a lousy film, tho it didn’t really depict someone getting killed) never screened in Connecticut again –</p>