TS-69-34A/4, ITC version

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Robin Johnson as Nicky Marotta in the WJAD studio.  ITC variant of TIMES SQAURE press photo TS-69-34A.  Text:  ROBIN JOHNSON portrays Nicky  Marotta, an aimless, street- wise youngster whose heart is  set on becoming a rock star.  TIMES SQUARE™  ITC ENTERTAINMENT AN acc COMPANY  Permission is hereby granted to newspapers and other periodicals to reproduce this photograph for publicity or advertising except for the endorsement of products.  This must not be sold leased or given away.  Printed in U.S.A.
ROBIN JOHNSON portrays Nicky
Marotta, an aimless, street-
wise youngster whose heart is
set on becoming a rock star.

 

Another UK press photo produced by ITC, this one a cropped version of TS-69-34A/4 from the US Press Materials folder, with its caption added on at an annoyingly noticeable angle. The last one had a 4 on it; this one is not numbered. There may be two or three more of these ITC photos out there, there may not.

Everything else I might have to say about this, I addressed in the last post. So, see yez later.

 

 

[Robin Johnson “Times Square” press photo TS-69-34A/4, ITC variant]
black-and-white photograph, AAT ID: 300128347, 8.06 in (W) x 10 in (H) (work);
1080 px (H) x 881 px (W), 96 dpi, 348 kb (image)

1981
inscription:
(on border)
ROBIN JOHNSON portrays Nicky
Marotta, an aimless, street-
wise youngster whose heart is
set on becoming a rock star.
TIMES
SQUARE™
ITC ENTERTAINMENT
AN acc COMPANY
Permission is hereby granted to newspapers and other periodicals to
reproduce this photograph for publicity or advertising except for the
endorsement of products. This must not be sold leased or given away.
Printed in U.S.A.

 

Times Square ©1980 StudioCanal/Canal+

 

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