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    Here we have some powdered stone from Adolph Hitler’s Nazi parade grounds. It’s affixed to the front of an 8.5x11” card featuring a B&W shot of ol’ Adolph himself, and documented on the back.

    • $25.00
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    Here we have a pinch of dirt from the grave-site of pop culture artist Andy Warhol, affixed to the front of an 8.5x11” card featuring a B&W photo of Warhol and documented on the back.

    • $20.00
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    Here’s a pinch of dirt from the grave-site of reggae king, Bob Marley, affixed to the front of a 8.5x11” card featuring a color shot of Marley and documented on the back.

    • $20.00
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    Here’s a pinch of dirt from the grave-site of Our Gang / Little Rascals member, Carl “Alfalfa” Switzer, affixed to the front of a 8.5x11” card featuring a B&W shot of “Alfalfa” and documented on the back.

    • $20.00
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    Black foam can coolie with white Cinema Wasteland design on two sides.

    Coolie Description-

    • This polyurethane foam can cooler is designed to keep your beverage at the ideal temperature.
    • Features a no-slip grip and a 3/8" thick wall for ultimate insulation.
    • The soft, pliable material makes this can cooler convenient for travel and easy storage.
    • $3.00
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    16 oz Pub Glassware with lime green base.

     

    • $10.00
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    Created for the April 10-12, 2015 Cinema Wasteland Movie and Memorabilia Expo’s 30th Anniversary Day of the Dead Cast Reunion comes this beautiful 11x17” full color mini-poster designed by “Monster” Mark Kosobucki.

    Only 350 were printed for the event and every print is numbered so you know you’ll be receiving one of the few remaining prints.

    • $5.00
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    Set of three 5x7” postcards used as a promo before Rob Zombie’s movie hit theatres. The front of each card has the same full color artwork and the back’s are set up like little post office “Wanted Posters” complete with mug shots and statistics for Capt. Spaulding, Otis Driftwood, and Baby Firefly.
    • $3.00
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    Here we have a pinch of dirt from Vlad The Impaler’s Romanian castle, affixed to the front of an 11x8.5” card featuring artwork of Vlad. Documented on the back of the card with a B&W photo of the castle grounds the dirt was taken from.

    • $25.00
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    Here we have some powdered stone from the basement room of the hospital Joseph Merrick (aka The Elephant man) stayed in. It’s affixed to the front of an 8.5x11” card featuring a B&W shot of The Elephant Man, and documented on the back.

    • $25.00
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    Director David Lynch’s weird-ass cult film, Eraserhead (1977), has become a stoner and art house fan favorite over the years. Here we have an 11x14” cut out paper mask of the film’s star, Jack Nance, as “Henry Spencer” that was given away at mid-1980 Midnight screenings of the film after Lynch’s Blue Velvet became a hit.
    • $10.00
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    From the 1991 release of A Nightmare on Elm Street 6 comes these original 3-D glasses they gave away so you could see the cool 3-D ending of the film. Their the old red and blue lens style 3-D glasses with an advertisement for Freddy’s Dead on the front and advertisements for the movies, House Party 2 and Deep Cover on the back.They’re unused, in near mint to mint condition.

    • $2.00
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    George Baker (1915-1975) was the cartoonist who created The Sad Sack cartoon during World War 2. After the war, he turned it into the Sad Sack comic strip and comic book and drew it until his death in 1975. Here we have an original 13.5x23” comic book page from Sad Sack #60 from 1966. It’s page six of a story and features the Sergeant, who’s obviously wearing some sort of female attracting perfume or chemical being chased around by various female animals. There’s a small brown stain that touches one of the frames of the story but is in nice condition otherwise with no rips or tears and would look good framed up and displayed.

    • $125.00
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    Here we have a tiny sliver of wood from the house used in the film, The Goonies. The sliver of wood is affixed to the front of a 11x8.5” card and documented on the back

    • $20.00
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    Here we have an 11x14” B&W print of The X-Men comic book character “Storm” that was drawn by artist John Hebert in 2006 and boldly signed in black by him.

    • $30.00
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    Here we have some powdered stone from the mailbox that infamous murderer “Jack The Ripper” mailed his last letter from. It’s affixed to the front of an 8.5x11” card and documented on the back.

    • $20.00
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    Here we have a tiny piece of one of Jimi Hendrix’s worn scarf’s attached to the front of a 11x8.5” card featuring a nice shot of Hendrix playing his guitar. Documented on the back that the piece of scarf came from artist Nancy Reiner, who did the artwork for the “Cry of Love” LP on the back.

    • $25.00
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    From our October 1-3, 2004 Cinema Wasteland Movie and Memorabilia Expo’s 5th Anniversary “Baddies” Reunion comes this original 16x22” poster/print (that we were told by several fans was way cooler than the original one-sheet ever was.) Each poster is printed on 10pt. glossy cover stock and will be shipped rolled. We had 500 posters available at the convention that were signed and numbered by the artist. While they last, you can get one of these remaining signed and numbered by the artist posters.
    • $10.00
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    Here we have a small piece of one of Marilyn Munroe’s stockings attached to the front of an 8.5x11” card featuring a nice B&W shot of Munroe holding a guitar. Authenticated on the back that the stockings came from a visit to the UK while filming The Prince And The Showgirl.

    • $30.00
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    Wax lined, 5x10.5”, promotional “barf bag” giveaway for the 1970 horror classic with Herbert Lom, Udo Kier, and Reggie Nalder. This is a re-release barf bag, given away at one of the numerous double features the movie played with. It’s the same red printing “This Vomit Bag and the Price of Admission will enable you to see... the first film rated V for violence!” you see on all original and reissue bags.
    • $5.00
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    The Marvel Vault. If you grew up reading Marvel Comics, then this interactive scrapbook is for you. It features over 30 removable, archival reproductions representing over 60 years of Marvel Comics. It showcases things by decade, complete with details on prominent creators and characters but the real treat is the “stuff” contained within. Facsimiles include original sketches, story synopsis, christmas and holiday cards, convention booklets, value stamps, a Howard the Duck campaign button, Marvel office visitors pass, no-prize book, trading cards, and much, much more! Hardcover book, 10x13” size, 192 pages plus tons of cool stuff.
    • $49.95
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    From a retitling of director Amando de Ossorio’s WHEN THE SCREAMING STOPS (1974) with Tony Kendall and Helga Line as “Lorelei” comes this cheap promotional “barf bag” giveaway. In reality, it’s a 7x10” flat white bag (sort of like the kind of bag you used to get candy in as a kid from the candy store.) It’s stamped with red 4.5x5” ad art that reads “The Night The Screaming Stopped... You’ll never go out alone at night again.” And below that line, “Due to the nature of this film stomach discomfort may occur. Free vomit bags to each and every patron.” Any and all of these cool 70’s promo items are getting really scarce theses days, so grab one up while you can!
    • $5.00
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    Issued by Topps in 1964, this 32 card set features 3x5” gag awards you could pass out to your friends, co-workers, professionals etc. Awards like: the Stupid Dentist Award, Lateness Award, Slob Award, Juvenile Delinquency Award etc, etc. Stupid humor from 35 years ago! Prime item for aging baby boomers. Mint condition sets too!

    • $40.00
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    Original “Archie” Comic Strip - Cartoonist Dan DeCarlo did the Archie comic from 1957 until 2000 and is credited for giving the whole gang their timeless look. He passed away in 2001. Here we have an original 4.25x13.5” four panel newspaper comic strip featuring the main character, “Archie,” himself. It’s signed and dated 11/26/88 and was folded in half between the panels at one time. It’s otherwise very clean and in great condition.
    • $75.00
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    Here’s a small quarter inch piece of Bela Lugosi’s “Dracula” cape affixed to an 8.5x11” card featuring Lugosi wearing his cape. This piece was an inseam from the cape that Forrest J. Ackerman owned and it’s documented on the back of the card.

    • $45.00
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    From the 1952 - 1958 Adventures of Superman TV series comes this small (just over 1/8 of an inch) piece of George Reeves Superman cape affixed to a 11x8.5” card featuring a color photo of Reeves as Superman wearing the cape. Larger pieces of it were sold at auction years ago and these were cut from this pieces. Documented on the back of the card.

    • $45.00
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    Cinema Wasteland’s Radio Spot Apocalypse offers up original radio trailers to over 150 Drive-In Movies and Attractions from the 60’s and 70’s on three CDs. Arranged alphabetically from A (Abby) to Z (Zombie), there’s not too many classics missing from this collection! Also included are original radio intermissions from The Skyland Drive-In Theatre in Greenville, SC from 1964 and a complete 30 minute Drive-In intermission from the mid 70’s that features the complete “Spend a Night in the Grave” (aka Final Dimension in Shock) radio ad campaign and more! You also get a special bonus “leftover” disc of extra and unused radio spots not included in the original 3 disc set that includes bonus radio interviews from the 1970 film Julius Caesar with Charlton Heston. That’s a four disc set in all that totals spots to over 150 films with a running time of four and a half hours in all! This collection has been called everything from “amazing” to “exhaustive”... All we know is that at this price, you’d be silly to pass up adding it to your collection!

    • $19.99
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    If you enjoyed our first Radio Spot Collection, then get ready for Volume 2. It’s bigger, badder, and bolder than the original! Cinema Wasteland’s Radio Spot Apocalypse 2 offers up original radio trailers and advertisements to over 250 Drive-In Movies and Attractions from the 60’s and 70’s on four CDs. Arranged alphabetically from A (Airport) to Z (Zardoz), there isn’t a single spot repeated from the first volume. A few of the same films show up on both volumes, but there are zero repeat spots on Volume 2 that were used on Volume 1. That’s 396 total tracks on four CDs that represent 222 different movies and 16 different double features alone. And peppered throughout this second collection are several original Drive-In Intermission spots and advertisements, a series of actual answering machine messages from moron America, and a few surprises along the way. Total running time for the four discs is 288 minutes, or 4 hours and 48 minutes if your prefer. And if agreed with the reviews and thought our last collection was “amazing” and “exhaustive”... You ain’t seen nothin’ yet!

    • $19.99
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    From 1970 to 1980, over 200 films with Black themes were released to Drive-In’s and Grindhouses across the country where they came to be known as “Blaxploitation” movies. Many of these ground breaking films were powerful, hip, and just plain fun... And it seems that the horror and exploitation films were the most fun and profitable. Cinema Wasteland’s Radio Spot Apocalypse 3 celebrates the Blaxploitation Era of films, along with its kissing cousin, the Martial Arts movie, by collecting 125 different radio trailers to 103 different films and 3 double features on two CDs (with a running time over two hours long.) Although we’ve gone back and pulled almost every blaxploitation and martial arts radio spot used on the first two volumes of Cinema Wasteland’s Radio Spot Collections, Volume 3 features 83 original radio trailers and 37 original Intermission spots available here for the first time and not found on our other collections. Chock full of Mack Daddies, Foxy Mamas, Mighty Mandingo’s, Soul Sisters, Pimps, Con Men, Godfathers, Tough Cops, Tougher Criminals, and some of the baddest one-chick hit-squads to ever blow into town, Cinema Wasteland’s Radio Spot Apocalypse 3 has been Rated X by an all white jury! 162 tracks total on 2 CDs. Total Running time for both discs is 129 minutes.

    • $9.99
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    Our fourth volume of radio spots offers up 150 original radio trailers for 85 different drive-in and grind house films from the 1960's, 70's, and early 80's on two CDs. These spots are all brand new and none of them are included on our three previous collections. Peppered throughout Radio Spot Apocalypse 4 are 36 original theater and drive-in intermission spots and advertisements, the original theme song to H.G. Lewis’ 1968 sexploitation classic, Suburban Roulette, nine different interview segments from the 1972 horror film, Who Slew Auntie Roo, and More! 198 total tracks on two CDs. Total running time for both discs is 138 minutes.

    • $9.99
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    Radio Spot Apocalypse Volume 5 doesn’t feature audio trailers for classic, and not so classic films like the previous 4 volumes did. This time around we’re celebrating classic, and not so classic Radio Commercials, Public Service Announcements, Radio Station Plugs, and Assorted Advertising Promos from the 1960s, 70s, and 80s of FM radio.

    Included are radio spots designed to get businesses to advertise on the radio, commercials and jingles for Candy, Soda, Beer, Cigarettes, various Stores and Car Dealerships, Classic Albums, Restaurants, and More! Remember New Coke?... You’ll find a few radio commercials for that disaster included on this collection. How about “Frank and Louie” the Budweiser Lizards, or a couple of truly bizarre Ban Deodorant radio commercials? Yep, they’re included as well, along with dozens of classic 60s and 70s bands selling everything from bath soap, to drink mix, blue jeans, beer, and breakfast cereal. There was a time when radio ruled and the clever and witty radio commercials and jingles were just as popular as a Number One Hit Single. Relive those days with this Collection of Classic Radio Commercials and we’re willing to bet you’ll be singing along with a timeless radio jingle from your past in no time. Radio Spot Apocalypse Volume 5 features 159 radio commercials on 2 CDs. Running time is approximately 158 minutes and well worth the listen.

    • $9.99
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    Here’s a pinch of dirt from the grave-site of singer Sam Cooke, affixed to the front of a 8.5x11” card featuring a B&W shot of Cooke, and documented on the back.

    • $20.00
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    The next comic creation to hit the big screen just may be Billy Tucci’s female ass-kicker, Shi, as played by babe, Tia Carrere. It contains the history of Shi, words from the stars of the films, original comic book style artwork, and excerpts from the shooting script.
    • $9.95
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    Mike Lackey played “Fred the Bum” in the cult film, Street Trash. He’s also an artist and comic book writer who’s worked for the major comic companies. Several years ago, he began work on a graphic novel based on the original Street Trash screenplay by writer / producer Roy Frumkes.

    Life tends to get in the way some times, so he didn’t get it finished in time for the Street Trash Cast Reunion we held at our Cinema Wasteland Movie and Memorabilia Expo the weekend of April 1-3, 2016. What he did do was gather up the first two parts of the story he’s working on and print them into a 48 page comic book with a few pages of original stuff to make it special for the CW Show attendees.

    Limited to 500 copies, each comic book contains an original sketch on the last “sketch and autograph” page from Mike Lackey. The Graphic novel will come out some time this year, but this cool little keepsake is a one of a kind.

    • $10.00
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    The Wasteland is Family T-Shirt

    Black t-shirt with white silk screened design on front and back.

    T-Shirts are Gildan Ultra Cotton (100% Cotton PreShrunk)

    Available in mens sizes Medium, Large, XLarge, 2XLarge, or 3XLarge

    • $15.00
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    Here’s a pinch of dirt from the grave-sites of Moe, Larry, and Curly, affixed to the front of a 8.5x11” card featuring all three of the Stooges. Documented on the back with photos of the grave sites the dirt was taken from.

    • $30.00
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    Here’s a pinch of dirt from the grave-site of famous funnyman, W.C. Fields, affixed to the front of a 8.5x11” card featuring a B&W photo of Fields, and documented on the back.

    • $20.00