Times Square lobby cards, Germany, 1982 (post 3 of 5)






Another three German lobby cards.





The image on card #7 previously appeared in Joepie #365.








Nicky rising from her seat to dance with Pammy as Roberto looks on was previously a British lobby card, and a cropped version appeared on the back of the Japanese promo flyer.










And card #9 (remember, I’ve assigned these numbers, they’re not in any way official) was the centerpiece of the Japanese movie poster, and also appeared on the cover of the Japanese souvenir program book; on the inside of the AFD press folder; on the picture sleeve of the Japanese “Same Old Scene” single; in the gatefold of the soundtrack album and in the songbook; and in Movie 81 No. 2 in February 1981.




[TIMES SQUARE …ihr könnt uns alle ’mal!! German lobby cards 7-9 of 15]
Germany : lobby cards : AAT ID: 300208593 : 24 x 30 cm. : 1982 (works);
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Times Square ©1980 StudioCanal/Canal+


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