An advertisement for Stanton Theatre’s (located at 16th and Market) showing of The Invisible Man that was circulated throughout Philadelphia as it was placed in the city’s premiere newspaper, the Philadelphia Inquirer. It also appears that the Stanton Theatre along with the Stanley Theatre were the major venues for horror films in Philadelphia during this time. By Conor Fitzpatrick
The Invisible Man Film Poster. Art by Karoly Grosz. Horror poster art / edited by Tony Nourmand and Graham Marsh ; foreword by Christopher Frayling. [1845130103 (pbk.) ] London : Aurum, 2004.
This is a film poster that may have appeared in the city of Philadelphia. By Conor Fitzpatrick
Example of a film review of The Invisible Man that was circulated throughout Philadelphia as it was placed in the city’s premiere newspaper, the Philadelphia Inquirer. It must be noted that this article is contained within the “What’s Playing in the Theaters This Week” section and the article is best described as a hybrid of a film review and an advertisement. With that said, the title of the article, “STANTON,” refers to the movie theater located on 16th and Market in which the movie was exhibited. By Conor Fitzpatrick