Lee Marvin Month – February 2009
Vintage Wallpaper of the Day
Sunday, February 8, 2009
Been under the weather the past several days, so expect Lee Marvin month to pick back up again in the next 24-48 hrs. Up today we have Mr. Marvin in a landmark role and in one of the most memorable poses and photographs of his career.
Lee Marvin Month! – February 2009 (Archive):
::: February 8 – Cat Ballou (1965)
::: February 3 – Combat! – The Bridge at Chalons (1963)
::: February 2 – Lee Marvin Portrait #2 (Smiling)
::: February 2 – The Professionals (1966)
::: February 1 – Lee Marvin Portrait #1 (San Quentin – Drama at Prison)
::: February 1 – The Dirty Dozen (1967)
::: Preview – The Virginian (1962)
About Lee Marvin Month:
Lee Marvin fans rejoice with the month long celebration, immersion and exploration of his work here at Cinema is Dope. This series will take place in February 2009 and will highlight the career of Lee Marvin from cinema to television to real life. Pictures will be of him kicking ass, fighting, drinking, smiling, displaying his trademark scowl and more. Rest assure lots and lots and lots of rare images from both is work and personal life will be on display.
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If you’re interested in learning more about Lee Marvin, I highly recommend the following Cinema is Dope book pick for February 2009, MARVIN – The Story of Lee Marvin by Donald Zec.
Additionally fans of Lee Marvin cinema will want to pick up this amazing Point Blank poster from Mondo Tees!
As always when in Austin, Texas, be sure to check out Weird Wednesday (January/February 2009 lineup). Previous titles screened include Point Blank.
My current favorite restaurant in Austin is Kyoto Japanese Restaurant. Sushi rolls recommended are their Longhorn and Godzilla rolls. If you’re in a hurry sitting at the sushi bar is recommended. Be sure to tell them CinemaisDope.com sent you if you visit.
Official still used in the original US release.
::: IMDb Profile
Coming Soon – March 2009 @ Cinema is Dope will feature a month long look at the Neuchatel International Fantastic Film Festival (NIFFF).
Previous Monthly Highlights:
::: Japanese Poster Appreciation Month Preview – January 2009