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Did you know... that from February 18th to April 14th, 2017, collector Dwight Manley's silent movie poster collection will be on exhibit at the City of Brea Art Gallery?

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Added: 01/16/2017

You may not know of silent film poster collector Dwight Manley personally, but let me tell you that he has far and away the finest collection of silent movie posters (primarily one-sheets and larger), and in just a month from now he is going to put some of the best of them on public display in Brea, California!

I hope all of you will consider attending this event, not only because there are very few public exhibitions devoted solely to fine movie posters, but also because the weather will almost surely be better in southern California in February than where you live, so it will be a great time to take a trip to a friendly climate. I guarantee you will find it a trip well worth making (I myself will be there when it opens).

Here is the overview of the exhibit taken from the graphic below:

"This retrospective exhibition providing a rare look into the largest compilation of silent movie posters and memorabilia, kicks off Brea's centennial celebration with works on loan from the private collection of Brea's own Dwight Manley. Featuring exquisite, never before shown silent movie posters, an actual 'silent Oscar,', original posters from Brea's centennial year, 1917, Academy Award winning film posters, and movie memorabilia; this show will be comprehensive and delightful. Silent films will be screened in the Gallery throughout the exhibition and an exhibit catalog will be available. Don't miss an impressive red-carpet, black-tie opening reception that will kick off the exhibition and the city's centennial, on Saturday, February 18, from 6-10 p.m. with cocktails, live music and featured films."

The location of the exhibit is at the corner of Randolph Ave and Birch St at the Brea Civic & Cultural Center (click for a map) on the Plaza Level. Be sure to see the graphic below for complete details!

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