Welcome back to this week's look at Heritage's Sunday night movie poster auction! Each week Heritage auctions off some truly unique finds across all movie genres, such as movie serials, animation, science fiction, romance, and more. Each week I find a few gems that could be overlooked! Here are my pics for this week's unique finds! 

King Kong Polish 1978 Very Fine

This visually striking poster for 1978's King Kong is from acclaimed Polish graphic artist Jakub Erol (1941 - 2018). The image, a close-up of King Kong's face, is both haunting and terrifying. Erol's other work evokes similar feelings - especially his Star Wars and Alien poster. This is a unique opportunity to own a Polish, vintage poster of one of the most iconic horror figures.

Heritage notes this unrestored poster as being in Very Fine condition but with some signs of wear. A similar poster was sold on Heritage in March of 2019 for $300. I don't see these come up for sale very often, so grab it while you can!

Boy of the Streets 1937 Fine / Very Fine

By the time Boy of the Streets came out in 1937, Jackie Cooper had already appeared in over 15 films since 1929. This was his first film with Monogram Pictures after his contract ended with MGM. The studio was known for producing low-budget films but was still able to get several big names in their movies -- such as Boris Karloff and Bela Lugosi. There isn't much on Boy of the Streets review-wise, but despite Monogram's best efforts the company folded in 1979. Cooper would later go on to play Perry White in the Superman (1978) movies.

This restored poster is noted as being in Fine / Very Fine condition. There are signs of use on this poster, but it's still a neat artifact from a bygone era. Heritage doesn't see too many of these in their auctions -- in fact, the last time one was up for auction was in 2012 when an example sold for $26. While I believe this poster will break the $30 mark, this could be a great find for the right buyer.

Ghostbusters Video Standee 1985 Very Fine+

This unique piece of marketing was for the VHS and Beta releases of Ghostbusters in 1985. Ghostbusters would become one of the most popular films in 1984 and would spawn a franchise that's still going strong today. I grew up with The Real Ghostbusters, and like most kids in the early 1990s, I absolutely drank the Hi-C Ecto Cooler. The original movie is an iconic part of the 1980s, with merchandise from the first movie's original run becoming big collector's pieces.

This video standee from 1985 is simply awesome. These are easy to come by on eBay with prices ranging from $300 to $600+. Heritage notes this piece is in Very Fine+ condition, but it does have light wear. This may be my favorite piece in this auction.

Raiders of the Lost Arc 1981 Very Fine+

Indiana Jones posters are some of the most collectible, and iconic, posters from the 1980s. When you think of Indy, you likely think of Harrison Ford, grinning, while wearing his iconic hat, beige button-up, and leather jacket. Maybe the whip is in action too. Yet in this poster, Ford is without either of those items and instead, the marketing department shows him in a blue button-up shirt with just his whip. At first glance, I thought this was a knockoff. This is a unique British poster for Indiana Jones and one I don't see too often.

Heritage notes this poster as being in Very Fine+ condition, and unrestored. The poster pops with bright colors and would display well in any collection.