Collectors love to speculate on the print runs of various posters. They often have a vested interest in trying to push up the value of posters in their collection by saying that the print run for a particular film was miniscule. However, the fact is that no amount of guesswork is proof unless you have the evidence to support your theories.
Harold and Maude is a much loved classic and original Australian daybills are highly desirable but quite scarce.
Original Daybills for Bullitt are amongst the most sought after of all daybill movie posters from the 1960s but there has always been some confusion about the chronology of the pink and the orange styles.
The Taming of The Shrew, directed by Franco Zeffirelli and was the fifth of eleven movies in which Dame Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton starred together.