Spies & Detectives: Classic Movie Posters

Bond, Blaise, Clouseau, the Man from U.N.C.L.E. They’re all here, represented in original, folded one-sheet posters from their classic movies. There’s lots of star power, lots of colorful, provocative art—and more than a little bit of fancily-phrased blurb hyperbole. Enjoy these great posters from the 60s and 70s. We’ve also thrown in some Ian Fleming facsimile first editions for good measure.

Diamonds Are Forever

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United Artists, 1971

"Bond. James Bond." They begged Sean Connery to come back and play Double-0-Seven again in this, the seventh Bond movie. $100

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Dr. No / From Russia with Love

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United Artists, 1965

This poster was issued upon the re-release of the first two Connery Bond movies. “DOUBLE Double-0-Seven!” $125

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Modesty Blaise

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20th Century-Fox, 1966

Blaise. Modesty Blaise. Monica Vitti, in her first English-speaking role, plays a female secret agent in this comedy spy flick. Poster art is by Bob Peak. $60

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The Pink Panther

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United Artists, 1964

Peter Sellers created the role of bumbling Inspector Clouseau in this movie that spawned eleven sequels. Poster art is by Jack Rickard. General wear. $100

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Our Man Flint

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20th Century-Fox, 1966

James Coburn plays Flint in this send-up of the James Bond movies. “Our man Flint makes love in 47 languages.” $30

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In Like Flint

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20th Century-Fox, 1967

James Coburn returns as Flint “…in the Virgin Islands…where the bad guys…are girls!” Poster art by Bob Peak. $35

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The Silencers

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Columbia, 1966

Dean Martin stars in yet another Bond spoof, playing secret agent Matt Helm. Poster art is by Brian Bysouth. $30

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Murderers’ Row

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Columbia, 1966

Ann-Margret joins Dean Martin in the second movie in the Matt Helm series. Poster art is by Robert McGinnis. $25

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The North Avenue Irregulars

Walt Disney Productions, 1978

Barbara Harris leads a group of church ladies-turned-detectives in this live-action Disney caper. $20

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The Daring Dobermans

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Dimension Pictures, 1973

Crime dogs violate the leash law—and worse! $10

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The Spy with My Face

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MGM, 1966

The TV series The Man from U.N.C.L.E. was a big hit, so a movie had to follow. Robert Vaughn as Napoleon Solo and David McCallum as Illya Kuryakin outwit the evil leaders of THRUSH. $35

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Secret Agent Super Dragon

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United Screen Arts, 1966

“Featuring fiery Melisa Mell, who scorched the pages of Life magazine.” A kitschy spy classic. $10

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We also offer these Fine-condition James Bond facsimile first editions, in slipcases, published by First Edition Library:


Dr. No – 1986

(originally published in 1958), $125

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Casino Royale – 1981

(originally published in 1953), $175

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You Only Live Twice – 1992

(originally published in 1964), $50

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