Fellas, I hope you won't find me presumptuous, but I can clear up the confusion over the foreign posters. On the previous page, Ned shows one from Mo that he hadn't seen before. It says Mammoth across the top. This is the general release
American three sheet. Ned posted another one, which he describes as the Macedonian poster. It is in fact the Yugoslav first issue. The film was released in two parts, and thus the posters say "Alamo I" and Alamo II". The one which Ned describes
as the 1967 Spanish, is in fact, the reissue Argentinian. Ned's Italian of Wayne running with the torch, is the Roadshow Italian quarto fogli (4 panel) which measures 55x78. The two brash ones underneath, are the R79 Italian large photobustas.
These came in a set of six (four 18x26...and two 26x39).
The colorful ones which everyone criticized for being backwards, are from the 1961 Roadshow Italian photobusta set. There were four 18x26 and four 26x39. They are prized highly, and hard to get a complete set of. The Yugoslav poster that
shows a rodeo cowboy is from the 1979 reissue. David's "red Indian" "insert", is the R79 Italian locondrina. Ned's 1967 reissue window card, is the last of five different window cards made for the film. Ned's BW "Argentinian", is in fact, a Road-
show French lobby card. Notice how someone has inked over the words "en Todd-AO". Peder's "Finnish" poster, is in fact the first issue Danish poster. His "old Alamo insert" is the R79 Swedish Stolpe.
Ned's recent posting of the 1960 window card, is the general release domestic window card, and the fourth style issued. Peder's recent posting that everyone seems to dislike, is the Roadshow French Locondrine. The same poster was issued for general release, but without the words, "en Todd-AO".
If you have any poster questions, I think I can answer them, without perpetuating the mislabeling that has been going on for years!