|Vintage Pulp||Jun 28 2018|
It's rare that we can't locate a copy of a U.S. film but it happens sometimes. This poster for Speed Crazy has a hot rod and juvie delinquent look to it that made us want to see the film, but the best we managed was finding a trailer on YouTube. We wanted to share the poster anyway, though, because we love it. We'll keep looking for this one, because who doesn't want to watch a b-flick about a homicidal hot rodder? The last one we saw, The Cool and the Crazy, was a blast, in that terrible sort of way we enjoy. Speed Crazy, which starred Brett Halsey and Yvonne Lime, premiered in the U.S. today in 1959.
|Vintage Pulp||May 7 2009|
Spies with numerical identities proliferated like mad during the ’60s, as studios tried and failed to compete with Sean Connery’s ultracool 007. But even if most of the resulting films were bad, some of the promo art was striking. Here are fifteen great posters featuring various numbered and lettered pretenders to Bond's throne.