Maniacal Movie Poster Monday #64!
It's what we always do on Mondays - it's always three movie posters - and it's always pretty well received - which in this case is ironic, since...
N is for Never Movie Posters!
Never Too Young To Die (Charter Entertainment, 1986)
This goofy action movie from the mid-80's tries to go 007 but on a much lower budget - but it does have one time Bond actor George Lazenby as Drew Stargrove, superspy and father of high school gymnast (!) John Stamos, who is drawn into one of his father's adventures trying to stop a power crazed hermaphrodite (!!) played with much fervor by Gene Simmons. Vanity shows up to provide eye candy. What more could anyone ask?
Never a Dull Moment (Walt Disney Productions, 1968)
Leonard Maltin says that despite the title there are plenty of them in this Disney comedy - I haven't seen it - but hey, it's Dick Van Dyke, a latter day role for Edward G. Robinson, and the last name in the cast list is Slim Pickens - I'm betting there's an hour and a half of entertainment in there somewhere...
Never Say Never Again (Warner Bros, 1983)
1983 was a good year to be a Bond fan - every Bond actor up to that time did something that year - starting off with George Lazenby making a cameo as "JB" in the TV reunion movie The Return of the Man from U.N.C.L.E. in the spring - then Roger Moore's sixth Bond flick Octopussy in the early summer, and lastly this one-shot return to the role for Sean Connery from the late summer. This poster is a foreign release poster - most likely Great Britain's, but not a Quad - but it beats the American poster by aping the crazy montage style of the then-recent Roger Moore Bond posters.
O boy I hope you come back for tomorrow's post! Until then, you Can Poke Me With A Fork, Cause I Am Outta Here!