Vintage 1982 MGM/UA Home Video 27x41 Folded Movie Poster - Pandemonium P-754

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Vintage 1982 MGM/UA Home Video 27x41 Folded Movie Poster - Pandemonium - Starring Carol Kane & Tom Smothers

This is a truly exceptional find for collectors and movie enthusiasts! Up for sale is an original, vintage 1982 MGM/UA Home Video 27x41 folded movie poster for the comedy classic "Pandemonium," starring Carol Kane and Tom Smothers. This poster is in NEW condition, making it an incredibly rare and valuable piece of cinematic history.

Approx. Dimensions: 27” W X 41” T

Sold as is. No warranty from the seller. No Returns.

CONDITION NOTE: NEW, and never displayed, but the poster has some slight ripples near the folds (see pictures). The movie home video poster was mailed and stored folded. Colors are vivid. See detailed high resolution (zoom-able) pictures to know what you are purchasing. 

Pandemonium Movie

"Pandemonium" is a 1982 comedy film directed by Alfred Sole, starring Carol Kane and Tom Smothers. This slapstick spoof takes a hilariously irreverent approach to the horror genre, delivering a rollercoaster of laughs from start to finish. The story revolves around the mysterious and absurd occurrences at the Wadsworth Asylum, where a string of bizarre murders takes place. When a reporter (played by Carol Kane) goes undercover to investigate the madness, she stumbles upon a colorful cast of characters including a fast-talking lawyer, a nymphomaniac nun, and a chainsaw-wielding killer, all while trying to solve the mystery behind the mayhem. "Pandemonium" is a zany, satirical romp through the world of horror films, packed with outrageous gags and memorable moments that will leave you in stitches.

Short Biography of the Main Actors:

Carol Kane:

Carol Kane is a versatile American actress known for her unique comedic talent and distinctive voice. Born on June 18, 1952, in Cleveland, Ohio, she has appeared in numerous films and television shows. Kane gained widespread recognition for her role as Simka Dahblitz-Gravas on the TV series "Taxi," for which she won two Emmy Awards. Her career spans decades, and she has made memorable appearances in films such as "Annie Hall," "The Princess Bride," and "Scrooged." Kane's quirky and endearing performances have made her a beloved figure in the world of comedy.

Tom Smothers:

Tom Smothers is an American comedian, musician, and actor, born on February 2, 1937, in New York City. He is best known for being one half of the comedy duo "The Smothers Brothers," alongside his brother Dick Smothers. Together, they had a popular variety show called "The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour" in the 1960s, which was known for its countercultural and satirical content. Tom Smothers' comedic style is characterized by his wit, musical talent, and social commentary. His contributions to comedy and entertainment have left a lasting impact on the industry.


These promotional film materials are part of many items acquired from the Cairo Home Movies and Camera Shop.  Please check often as many become available in the near future.

BACKSTORY:  Frank G Cairo, Owner of Cairo Home Movies 

Frank Cairo moved from the Bronx, New York to Kenosha, WI in 1943.  The store was open until 1997 with his passing.  In addition to cameras, Frank loved movies and movie stars.  He began collecting 8, 16 and 35mm films, some in Italian.  Eventually, Cairo Home Movies became the largest private and rental film collection in Wisconsin. In summers, there were free outdoor movie nights for neighborhood kids.