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TerdNthePoolGGB
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Does anybody have old movie ads from the 80s. Rolling Stone magazine used to put upcoming movie ads in there mag. I have some and would like to show them on here but not sure how to get them on. If you have any i would love to see them.
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I have plenty. I still have a whole bunch of promotional catalogues from 80's videostores and their suppliers,
plus magazines, posters, lobbycards, and cardboard displays. Very happy i never threw them away, because
nowadays they provide a wealth of information about which movies were being released on video back in the day,
many of them still unavailable on any digital format.

Unfortunately i don't have the ability to make pics and put 'em up on the site. [Frown]

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Originally posted by Johnny Roarke is reckless:
I have plenty. I still have a whole bunch of promotional catalogues from 80's videostores and their suppliers,
plus magazines, posters, lobbycards, and cardboard displays. Very happy i never threw them away, because
nowadays they provide a wealth of information about which movies were being released on video back in the day,
many of them still unavailable on any digital format.

Unfortunately i don't have the ability to make pics and put 'em up on the site. [Frown]

Sounds awesome. Perhaps i could drop by sometime. I just have a handful...Splash, Psycho2, Airplane 2 and the Man with two brains.
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the product ads are great to look at also. i found an Evil Kneivel toy ad and six million dollar man toy ad. both full page. Very cool
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Vintage Dutch video magazine covers from '87 - '89.

Pics are taken from the internet, but i actually do have these at home, plus several others from 1987
with Flash Gordon, The Jewel Of The Nile, and The Fly on the front-covers. Each issue is about 70 pages,
and has tons of reviews of then-new video-releases as well as electronics like TVs, VCRs and cameras.

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oh yeah Johnny! love those. The big recorder is something. Thanx for posting. Really enjoyed looking at them.
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And a fun retro electronics ad :

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These mags look very cool johnny and in the exact same style of the ones I used to collect over here in the UK which were named video today and video -the magazine which were monthly editions.

Both magazines followed a similar pattern with new releases at the front,then interviews and random other bits n bobs,then a large detailed review section of the months releases,next would a hardware review with video cams and recorders.

Then at the very back was the adult section which I managed to keep quite a secret from my mother until one month they decided to extend it to include the outer back page.

Always remember the look of shock horror on my parents face,though they did not stop me from collecting them which was cool!

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