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Auction History Result


Date Sold 1/1/1993
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An Original Vintage Theatrical Movie 40x60 (Learn More)

She Shoulda Said No (also released in both the U.S. and Germany as "Devil's Weed"), the 1949 Sam Newfield teen exploitation drug movie ("This Kansas blond made 'Just One Mistake'!"; "Still you will love her"; "A teen-age thunderbolt!"; "Mothers and Dads bring those 'Teen-Agers'!"; "Special big midnite show only!"; "For none under sixteen -police order"; "It's new and dynamic!"; "The new surprise hit the nation is stayin' up to see"; "It's thrilling crowds in 50 cities every midnight"; "Get up a big party"; "Stay up or stay dumb!") starring Alan Baxter, Lyle Talbot, Lila Leeds, Michael Whalen, and Mary Ellen Popel. Note that this movie was made in 1949, but was then shown throughout America over the next few years, surely mostly in small towns, and often in special midnight shows (because a "police order" said that it could not be shown before midnight, and no one under 16 was allowed!). Note that we have seen two very similar 40x60s and a one-sheet, and the 40x60s have different taglines, indicating they were printed at different times (and as we say, they likely date from the early 1950s). UPDATE: We were consigned a 30x40 that has a completely different image from the other posters we have previously seen, and this one has a tagline that says "Big Midnite Show Only" and "It's thrilling crowds in 50 cities every midnite!", which reinforces that what we said above is correct, and that this movie was playing throughout small town America in the early 1950s, but we still are unable to exactly date the posters we have seen!
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