Advance promotional flyer, 6 3/4" x 7 1/2" advertising the first run of Star Wars at the Avco Cinema in Westwood and the Plitt in Orange County.
Del Rey, New York. 1977. First trade hardcover edition, first printing 10/77. Near fine book in a near fine dust jacket. The copy specially signed by the author, Alan Dean Foster, on the title page.
Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back Style A one sheet on card stock. Rolled. 30" x 40". Tanning to the upper rear 1/4th. About a C7. This copy also specially signed by director Irvin Kershner. Check out the photo section in our web site under Posters for more photos.
Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back Style A Insert. Rolled. 14" x 36". About C8. This copy also specially signed by director Irvin Kershner. Check out the photo section in our web site under Posters for more photos.
Rolled Star Wars The Revenge of the Jedi one sheet. 27" x 41 1/16". About a C8. Dated version. I bought this directly from the Star Wars fan club in 1983. Please email for more photos.
Ballantine Books, New York. 1980. First edition, first printing 11/80. Near fine book in wraps. Edited by Diana Attias and Lindsay Smith with the complete script by Lawrence Kasdan and Leigh Brackett from a story by George Lucas and includes selected storyboards by various artists. This copy signed by the director, Irvin Kershner on the foreward page.
Marvel Comics Group, London UK. 1980. Limited edition signed by Archie Goodwin, Al Williamson, and Carlos Garzon, #139 of 500 signed and numbered copies. VG+ in pictorial boards. Slight bumping to all corners and a small divot to the back spine. Overall, a lot better than it sounds, but not a perfect copy.
The first poster ever made for Star Wars A New Hope. Designed and illustrated by Howard Chaykin (who illustrated the Marvel version of Episode IV A New Hope). This poster was issued in 1976 to generate interest in the upcoming film and was distributed at World Con and the San Diego Comic convention. Extremely rare, possibly less than 1,000 were created. Smaller than a one sheet, this measures 20 x 29. C7. A very nice copy of a rare poster. For more photos of this and other Star Wars posters, please see the Posters section in our Photo Gallery.
One of the rarest posters, only issued to the theaters that had showed Star Wars continuously for a year and rumored to have a print run of approximately 250 copies. 27 1/16 x 41 inches. C8. A very nice copy of a rare poster. For more photos of this and other Star Wars posters, please see the Posters section in our Photo Gallery.
Original Star Wars crew shirt, size XL. Worn by the marketing department when Star Wars was introduced at the 1976 San Diego Comic Con by Charles Lippencott, Roy Thomas, and Howard Chaykin. A very rare item, new condition. Please ask for more photographs.
Star Wars Style A one sheet. This one is rolled, and per the Cinemasterpieces website, this is Version 2. Has "one sheet - style 'A'" across the bottom border with the NSS number as "77/21" and "Star Wars" written under it in a strange looking typestyle. It is believed by some that this may be the first printing, although this can not be proven. This version has NO known bootlegs. Some minor wrinkling from being stored, a solid C8.0. 27 1/8 x 41 1/8. For more photos of this and other Star Wars posters, please see the Posters section in our Photo Gallery.
Star Wars Style C one sheet, tri fold, never folded vertically. Artwork by Tom Chantrll, per Sansweet and Vilmur, this poster was never intended for US distribution. Perhaps less than 500 were made and distributed. 27 x 41 1/32. A nice copy of another rare poster, a C9. For more photos of this and other Star Wars posters, please see the Posters section in our Photo Gallery.
Star Wars Style D One sheet. Rolled. The Circus Poster. Artwork by Charles White III with the portraits of Luke, Leia, Obi-Wan, and Han by Drew Struzan. 27 1/8 x 41 NSS issue. Very nice version of this poster which is normally found folded. C9. For more photos of this and other Star Wars posters, please see the Posters section in our Photo Gallery.
Star Wars Style C Theatrical Quad Poster with Academy Awards. Issued in the United Kingdom in March 1978 after the Academy Awards were held. 29 3/4 x 39 7/8. Small fold in the bottom right corner and 2 small tears at the bottom left under the word force. C8. For more photos of this and other Star Wars posters, please see the Posters section in our Photo Gallery.
Star Wars Spanish Style C one sheet tri fold. Very rare poster according to the starwarsmovieposter web site. This is printed on very lightweight paper. 27 x 39 1/4. C7.5, two small tears, one on the bottom right and one on the upper right side. For more photos of this and other Star Wars posters, please see the Posters section in our Photo Gallery.
This press kit for "Star Wars" was distributed for the release of the Summer of 1978, a year after the original release, when the producers had already seen the filmgoers amazing response to the movie. The materials include: A cast and crew list, Announcement story (for the press, with blanks for specific theatre information), "Star Wars: A Phenomenal First Year", "The Stars of Star Wars In Retrospect", "Merchandising: The Star Wars Connection". Includes 10 black & white stills. About VG+ folder.
Star Wars Japanese theatrical advance one sheet. 1977. Very hard to find. This one has a few tears along the left side. 20 5/16 x 28 11/16. C7. For more photos of this and other Star Wars posters, please see the Posters section in our Photo Gallery.
Star Wars Concert Poster 1978
Another rare Star Wars poster. Per the Star Wars Poster Book by Stephen Sansweet and Peter Vilmur, this poster may never have been available to the public. 24 1/4 x 37 1/16. C9. A very nice copy of another rare Star Wars poster. For more photos of this and other Star Wars posters, please see the Posters section in our Photo Gallery.
Very rare marketing material from Black Falcon Ltd. Black Falcon was formed in February 1978 to handle the merchandising for Star Wars. The company was folded into Lucasfilm by the end of 1979. This Mead folder has a Empire Strikes Back sticker on the front and contains a listing of all the licensed book publishers, A list of Darth Vader (And Boba Fett's!) personal appearances, a map showing the Re-release dates of Star Wars in Europe, a listing of the various papers carrying the Star Wars comic strip including a color piece of the first Sunday strip by Russ Manning. VG folder and 2 black and white photos, one from Empire of Luke on a Tauntaun and the other of Gary Kurtz's office showing some of the available Star Wars merchandise.
Very rare Star Wars Intergalactic Passport. Used at the Elstree Studio during the filming of The Empire Strikes Back but really a gift for visitors , not actually for identification and entry. 6" x 4". For more photos look in the Photo Gallery under Posters/ Star Wars Passport. VG+.
Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back Style A Studio Issued one sheet. 27 1/32 x 41. C7. Wrinkling down the lower middle of the one sheet. otherwise a nice copy of a hard to find poster. The Gone With the Wind style poster. For more photos of this and other Star Wars posters, please see the Posters section in our Photo Gallery.
Fold out screening booklet for special screenings of Star Wars Episode 6: The Return of the Jedi. 1983. Contains the entire cast and crew credit list.
Star Wars Poster Magazine #1 from Finland. Interior matches the version from Norway except for the text. Difficult to find. VG+/ near fine condition.
Star Wars Poster Magazine from Norway 1977. VG+/Near fine conditions. Contents should be the same as the US version (don't have one to compare with at the moment). Very difficult to find.
Trade magazine from Finland containing the first six Marvel Star Wars comics with artwork by Howard Chaykin, Steve Leialoha, Rick Hoberg, Bill Wray, and Dave Stevens. VG+ conditions. Also includes some poorly reproduced black & white photos, some storyboards, along with some pre-production illustrations by Ralph McQuarrie. Very difficult to find.
Original press kit for the first Star Wars movie. This contains 18 black and white photos along with biographies. VG condition
Original Star Wars Pressbook copyright 1976. 20 8 1/2" X 11" pages of ad slicks of posters available, cast and credits, articles and photos on the film and the stars and director. Pressbooks are hard to find as studios only sent them for promotion to the media and never sold them to the public.
Ballantine Books, New York. 1980. First edition, first printing. VG+/ near fine book in wraps. B&W drawings from the movie throughout. The early stages of the vehicles, weapons and spaceships in the film, including Imperial Probot, Snowspeeder, Rebel Cruiser, Snow Walker, Darth Vader's ship, Cloud Cars, Tauntaun and Boba Fett's ship.
Uncut sheet of the lenticular cards issued by General Mills in 2002 for their Jedi Fruit Rolls. Each 3 inch lenticular card was inserted one per box, and each box contained a six roll package of fruit by the root. The six cards that completed the set were: Episode I: The Phantom Menace - Qui-Gon Jinn versus Darth Maul; Episode II: Attack of the Clones - Obi-Wan versus Jango Fett; Episode II: Attack of the Clones - Obi-Wan versus Count Dooku; Episode IV: A New Hope - Obi-Wan versus Darth Vader; Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back - Luke versus Darth Vader; and Episode VI: Return of the Jedi - Luke versus Darth Vader. The uncut sheet is 23 3/8" by 15 1/2". About VG- condition. The color print guides are visible on one side and the back of the sheet includes a description of each screen. Very rare
1982. 11x15 folded, when open 42x15. In 1982, a year before "Return of the Jedi" came out, Twentieth Century Fox and Lucasfilm distributed an incredible full-color fold-out poster, as an advertising supplement to Variety. This poster, which measures 11 x 15 inches folded, and 42 x 15 inches fully opened, was not sold or distributed anywhere else. The front shows a message from the studio proudly heralding the top box office status of "Star Wars" and "The Empire Strikes Back." Folded out once, the two panels contain gorgeous, full-color reproductions of the posters for Star Wars (Style `A') and Empire Strikes Back (Style B). When folded out again, the logo for the 3rd movie, with original title "Revenge of the Jedi," fills the four panels, red on black. C7