Four page B&W movie herald advertising 'The Family Jewels'.
"Seven Wacky Roles! Seven Times Nuttier"
Back page is advertising for theatres to buy these type of heralds in bulk, with pricing and contact information. Company offering these was run by Harry K McWilliams, famed movie advertiser.
Printed on newspaper-like paper.
Folded horizontally, shows some age browning especially along spine. Some small creases.
11 1/4" x 8 3/4"
The Family Jewels is a 1965 American comedy film. It was filmed from January 18-April 2, 1965 and was released by Paramount Pictures on July 1, 1965. The film was co-written, directed, and produced by Jerry Lewis who also played seven roles in the film. Lewis' co-star, Donna Butterworth, made only one other film, Paradise, Hawaiian Style, with Elvis Presley. Gary Lewis & The Playboys have a cameo, singing their song "Little Miss Go-Go",their hit song This Diamond Ring" is also featured.