Years before Heather Graham skated circles around audiences during her star-making turn as Rollergirl in Boogie Nights, there was a 1972 AIP/Roger Corman-produced shlock-flick called Unholy Rollers that gave audiences “A locker room look at the toughest broads in the world!”.
It certainly doesn’t have the looks of a cinema classic, but I think these Italian movie posters (signed by an artist named Aller) definitely do the picture justice. (via EmP)
Meet Albert Kallis, the man who was not only one of the founding fathers of IHOP (International House of Pancakes), he also happens to be a distinguished designer of movie posters. Back in the late 50’s, he was hand-picked by Roger Corman to be the art director of AIP and do all of the advertising and posters for their low-budg flicks. This guy was so busy that he even hired Reynold Brown to finish the job on the classic Attack of the 50 Foot Woman one-sheet.
But that’s not all. This one man flipping crew now devotes most of his time to producing non-profit documentaries and many other charitable works not involving maple syrup. What a colossal stud!