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(5) Different Unused 1956 Love Me Tender Elvis Presley Movie Ad Mat Molds
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The picture shows a view of all (5) Different Unused 1956 Love Me Tender Elvis Presley Movie Ad Mat Molds in this lot. The ad mats are not dated but they are from 1956 when this movie was made. These are molds in which lead is poured to create a thin metal negative image that is then mounted on a wooden block for printing. Advertising is no longer being made or printed like this.

The ad mats are like a miniature 3-D posters and would look nice framed, or you could still use them to make print blocks from. The print block would have been used to print on movie pages in newspapers, in magazines, or in the movie theater programs. They are made of a thick compressed paper board. Two of these are still attached and two of these admats have an image of Elvis with a guitar. They are marked as follows:

(#1)
20th CENTURY FOX PRESENTS
LOVE ME TENDER
STARRING RICHARN EGAN - DEBRA PAGET
AND INTRODUCING ELVIS PRESLEY
CINEMASCOPE
MAT - 101
14 LINES x 1 COL.
(1 COL. x 1 INCH)

(#2)
(pictures Elvis)
20th CENTURY FOX PRESENTS
LOVE ME TENDER
RICHARN EGAN
DEBRA PAGET
ELVIS PRESLEY
CINEMASCOPE
MAT - 201
14 LINES x 2 COL. (28 LINES)
(2 COL. x 1 INCH)

(#3)
COMING
LOVE ME TENDER
CINEMASCOPE
MAT - 206
(2 COL. x 1/2 INCH)

(#4)
(pictures Elvis)
20th CENTURY FOX PRESENTS
LOVE ME TENDER
RICHARN EGAN
DEBRA PAGET
AND INTRODUCING ELVIS PRESLEY
IN CINEMASCOPE
MAT - 202

(#5)
COMING
LOVE ME TENDER
CINEMASCOPE
20th CENTURY FOX
MAT - 108
7 LINES x 1 COL.
(1 COL. x 1/2 INCH)

To judge the sizes the largest ad mat here measures about 4-11/16'' x 3-1/16''. Three of these are in mint unused condition. The other two are unused but with water spotting as pictured. Below here, for reference, is a cast list from this 1956 movie:

LOVE ME TENDER

Cast

Richard Egan - Vance Reno
Debra Paget - Cathy Reno
Elvis Presley - Clint Reno
Robert Middleton - Mr. Siringo
William Campbell - Brett Reno
Neville Brand - Mike Gavin
Mildred Dunnock - Martha Reno
Bruce Bennett - Major Kincaid
James Drury - Ray Reno
Russ Conway - Ed Galt
Ken Clark - Mr. Kelso
Barry Coe - Mr. Davis
Dorothy Hack
Paul E. Burns - Jethro (uncredited)
Heinie Conklin - Train passenger (uncredited)
Steve Darrell - Train conductor #2 (uncredited)
Joe Di Reda - Soldier #1 (uncredited)
Tom Greenway - Paymaster (uncredited)
Frank Griffin - Bit part (uncredited)
L.Q. Jones - Pardee Fleming (uncredited)
Jay Jostyn - Major Harris (uncredited)
Frank Mills - Train passenger (uncredited)
Edward Mundy - Auctioneer (uncredited)
Bob Rose - Station agent (uncredited)
Dick Sargent - Confederate soldier (uncredited)
Jerry Sheldon - Train conductor (uncredited)
James Stone - Storekeeper (uncredited)

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(5) Different Unused 1956 Love Me Tender Elvis Presley Movie Ad Mat Molds


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