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Hollywood Posters, A Colfax Avenue Fixture, Is Closing After 35 Years - The Denver Post

http://windhamrhme.sosblogs.com/The-first-blog-b1/Kim-Kardashian-Debuts-Short-Haircut-Thecelebritycafecom-b1-p284.htm A poster promoting "The Big Sleep" rests against a wall as John Caruso, owner of Hollywood Posters works at his shop in Denver on Thursday. back to sell posters. In 1980, he began offering sci-fi, fantasy and action-film posters just as the post-"Star Wars" age of the Hollywood blockbuster kicked into gear. He was so successful, in fact, that at one point in the mid-1980s he ran Hollywood Posters locations On the Hill in Boulder and on Bijou Street in Colorado Springs. But declining sales eventually whittled them back down to the original location. The end "I could continue and struggle along, but I'm 70 years old now," said Caruso, more information who plans to join his brother in Petaluma, Calif., and sell some of his remaining 15,000 posters online. "It's time for a change." Caruso's biggest sellers have remained largely unchanged throughout the store's history: "Back to the Future" (I, II and III), "Raiders of the Lost Ark," anything "Star Wars" or "Star Trek"-related. He is selling his remaining posters for 50 percent off with a minium purchase of $25. But he's willing to deal. "I don't care what they say about the economy coming back, people are just broke," he said.
Source: http://www.denverpost.com/entertainment/ci_27607816/hollywood-posters-colfax-avenue-fixture-is-closing-after?source=rss

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