I was out at a local yard sale on Thursday and purchased these couple of old movie flyers.
They are not official studio posters. They are, more likely duplicates made by the local theater. The Twilight Theatre was the only theatre in Greensburg from 1917 until the 2007 tornado. It's possible that these we're made locally ( possibly on The Signal printing press) then hung and handed out around town.
The first flyer is a movie called Man of the Forest (1933) starring Randolph Scott. Scott later became a pretty if western film star.
The second one is from a film called Smokey River Serenade ( 1948) starring Ruth Terry.
These are REALLY neat because they were supposed to be thrown away once the movie ran. Someone saved them and preserved them. Pretty cool.

I was out at a local yard sale on Thursday and purchased these couple of old movie flyers.
They are not official studio posters. They are, more likely duplicates made by the local theater. The Twilight Theatre was the only theatre in Greensburg from 1917 until the 2007 tornado. It's possible that these we're made locally ( possibly on The Signal printing press) then hung and handed out around town.
The first flyer is a movie called Man of the Forest (1933) starring Randolph Scott. Scott later became a pretty if western film star.
The second one is from a film called Smokey River Serenade ( 1948) starring Ruth Terry.
These are REALLY neat because they were supposed to be thrown away once the movie ran. Someone saved them and preserved them. Pretty cool.