I posted something previously about an alternate printing of the The Ipcress
File quad, with similarly lacks printer details, heard no theories.
Details here: http://stylec.yuku.com/topic/12127/Ipcress-File-quad
I’m not assuming anything worse than they ran low, and got some cheapo
printings later in the original release.
Perhaps somewhat similar to French posters (Les Diaboliques for example) where
there’s a more basic, cheaper printing which I understand is attributed to
> On 16 Sep 2016, at 13:25, Tommy Barr <tommymb...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> As I received only one reply to my query headed 'Mad Max' (thanks Paul) I am
> assuming many of you thought it was probably a poster request and ignored it,
> so I'm having another go.
> I acquired a Mad Max (1979) British quad with the silver background and the
> strapline 'The last law etc.', but it has no credits, no 'printed by' or NSS
> Ltd information, yet I am assured and believe it was displayed in a cinema.
> It is also missing the red haze over the Interceptor.
> Someone who deals with a lot of British quads came to the following
> conclusion -
> Very interesting!
> It is definitely not a fake or a recent re-print for two obvious reasons:
> 1. It’s on the correct pre-1980’s paper stock.
> 2. It would be hard to fake silver print.
> I also cannot see why anyone would fake the poster but leave out all the
> above details, and the person I obtained it from worked in a cinema and
> provided me with some other quads which are obviously all genuine. Anyone
> seen something similar or have any ideas, please?
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