1. Souls at Sea (Paramount, 1937)

    Based on a story by Ted Lesser, the film is about a first mate on a slave ship who frees the slaves on the ship after a mutiny overthrows the ship’s captain. (more)

    Lobby Cards  (11” X 14”) Adventure Starring Gary Cooper, George Raft, Frances Dee, Harry Carey, Robert Cummings, Henry Wilcoxon, Olympe Bradna, Porter Hall, George Zucco, Virginia Weidler, Paul Fix, Tully Marshall, Ward Bond, and Alan Ladd.

    Directed by Henry Hathaway

     Nominated for three Academy Awards.

     
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  3. The Old Man and the Sea
    (Warner Brothers, 1958). One Sheet (27” X 41”).
    Adventure; Starring: Spencer Tracy

     
  4. Naked Paradise (American International, R-1960)

    Gangster Zac Cotton and his two henchmen, Mitch and Sonny, try to get a boat to get off a tropical island after a botched robbery heist. (imdb)

    One Sheet (27” X 41”) Re-issued as "Thunder Over Hawaii" Drama.

    Starring Richard Denning, Beverly Garland, Lisa Montell, Dick Miller, Leslie Bradley, Jonathan Haze, Samuel Z. Arkoff, Roger Corman, Johnny Kieoni, Carol Lindsay

    Directed by Roger Corman

     
  5. Key Largo (Warner Brothers, R-1968).
    Swedish Insert
    (12” X 27.5”). Film Noir.

    Starring Humphrey Bogart, Edward G. Robinson, Lauren Bacall, Lionel Barrymore, Claire Trevor

    Directed by John Huston.

     
  6. Humanoids from the Deep (United Artists, 1980). Japanese movie poster

    Starring Doug McClure, Ann Turkel, Vic Morrow, Cindy Weintraub, Anthony Pena, David Strassman, and Greg Travis.

     
  7. Down to the Sea in Ships (20th Century Fox, 1949)

    Starring Richard Widmark, Lionel Barrymore, Dean Stockwell, Cecil Kellaway, and Gene Lockhart. Directed by Henry Hathaway.

     
  8. Aguirre, The Wrath of God (1983). Japanese movie poster

    Starring Klaus Kinski, Helena Rojo, Del Negro, Ruy Guerra, and Peter Berling. Directed by Werner Herzog.

     
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  10. Hapag Dampfer “Oceana”

    The Oceana was put in service on the Southampton-Cape Town route in 1891 as the Scot for the Union Line.She became the Oceana in 1905, when rebuilt as a cruise ship by Hamburg-American Line.After several changes of ownership, she was scrapped in Italy in 1927.

    Bermuda-Atlantic Steamship Company

     
  11. vintage postcard - Böse Buben gelaufen 1918

     
  12. Dampfer vor NY

    (steamship in New York)

     
  13. Lasar Segalls work was considered “degenerate art” by Nazi Germany and and could no longer be shown in exhibitions. Segall created one of his most famous artworks in 1939, known as Navio de emigrantes (Ship of Emigrants).

    A ship, overcrowded with emigrant passengers, their solemn faces and lack of expression showing the brutal reality of emigrants during their depressing, and sometimes dangerous, voyage to a new life.

    Immigrants on the SS Bremen

    Maritime Monday for April 29th, 2013:
    Weimar

     
  14. Saturday Night’s Seafaring Thriller: Prince Valiant (1954) on imdb
    Starring: James Mason, Janet Leigh, Robert Wagner and Sterling Hayden

    wikipedia: Prince Valiant is a 1954 adventure film in Technicolor and Cinemascope, based on the comic strip of the same name by Hal Foster.

     
  15. Boy on a Dolphin (20th Century Fox, 1957). Lobby Card, Set of 8 


    Starring Alan Ladd, Clifton Webb, Sophia Loren, Alex Minotis, Jorge Mistral, Laurence Naismith, Piero Giagnoni, Gertrude Flynn, Charles Fawcett, Orestes Rallis, and Margaret Stahl.

    Directed by Jean Negulesco.