This is an ORIGINAL Set of 8 Color Photo LOBBY CARDS featuring the Bionic Man Cowboy Cyborg of YUL BRYNNER. They measure 8" x 10" Never used and are in the ORIGINAL Plastic sleeve they came in. They are MINT UNUSED. It is for the M.G.M. Metro-Goldwyn Mayer MGM 1973 classic cult Science Fiction Western Thriller,


Screenplay by and Director: Michael Crichton

Westworld ... where robot men and women are programmed to serve you for ... Romance ... Violence ... Anything

A robot malfunction creates havoc and terror for unsuspecting vacationers at a futuristic, adult-themed amusement park. A amusement park for rich vacationers. The park provides its customers a way to live out their fantasies through the use of robots that provide anything they want. Two of the vacationers choose a wild west adventure. However, after a computer breakdown, they find that they are now being stalked by a rogue robot gun-slinger. The entire cast included:

Yul Brynner ... The Gunslinger
Richard Benjamin ... Peter Martin
James Brolin ... John Blane
Norman Bartold ... Medieval Knight
Alan Oppenheimer ... Chief Supervisor
Victoria Shaw ... Medieval Queen
Dick Van Patten ... Banker
Linda Gaye Scott ... Arlette (as Linda Scott)
Steve Franken ... Technician
Michael T. Mikler ... Black Knight (as Michael Mikler)
Terry Wilson ... Sheriff
Majel Barrett ... Miss Carrie
Anne Randall ... Servant Girl
Julie Marcus ... Girl in Dungeon
Sharyn Wynters ... Apache Girl

Six Million Dollar Man, eat your heart out!!! Great set for the Western Sci-Fi Lover! All 8 one price!

MORE INFO ON YUL BRYNNER: Exotic leading man of American films, famed as much for his completely bald head as for his performances. Brynner masked much of his life in mystery and outright lies designed to tease the gullible, and it was not until the publication Empire and Odysseu by his son Yul 'Rock' Brynner in 2006 that many of the details of Brynner's early life became clear. He sometimes claimed to be a half-Swiss, half-Japanese named Taidje Khan, born on the island of Sakhalin; in reality he was the son of Boris Bryner, a Swiss-Russian engineer and inventor, and Marousia Blagovidova, the daughter of a Russian doctor. He was born in their hometown of Vladivostok on 11 July 1915, and named Yuli after his grandfather Jules Bryner. When Yuli's father abandoned the family, his mother took Yul and his sister Vera to Harbin, Manchuria, where they attended a YMCA school. In 1934 Yuli's mother took her children to Paris. Her son was sent to the exclusive Lycée Moncelle, but his attendance was spotty. He dropped out and became a musician, playing guitar in the nightclubs among the Russian gypsies who gave him his first real sense of family. He met luminaries such as Jean Cocteau and became an apprentice at the Theatre des Mathurins. He worked as a trapeze artists with the famed Cirque d'Hiver company. He traveled to the U.S. in 1941 to study with acting teacher Michael Chekhov and toured the country with Chekhov's theatrical troupe. That same year he debuted in New York as Fabian in Twelfth Night (billed as Youl Bryner). After working in a very early TV series, "Mr. Jones and His Neighbors" (1944), he played on Broadway in Lute Song, with Mary Martin, winning awards and mild acclaim. He and his wife, actress Virginia Gilmore, starred in the first TV talk show, "Mr. and Mrs." (1948). Brynner then joined CBS as a television director. He made his film debut in Port of New York (1949). Two years later Mary Martin recommended him for the part he would always be known for: the King in Rodgers and Hammerstein's musical "The King and I". Brynner became an immediate sensation in the role, repeating it for film (The King and I (1956)) and winning the Oscar for Best Actor. For the next two decades he maintained a starring film career despite the exotic nature of his persona, performing in a wide range of roles from Egyptian pharaohs to Western gunfighters, almost all with the same shaved head and indefinable accent. In the 1970s he returned to the role that had made him a star, and spent most of the rest of his life touring the world in "The King and I". When he developed lung cancer in the mid-1980s, he left a powerful public service announcement denouncing smoking as the cause, for broadcast after his death. The cancer and its complications, after a long illness, ended his life. Brynner was cremated and his ashes buried in a remote part of France, on the grounds of the Abbey of Saint-Michel de Bois Aubry, a short distance outside the village of Luzé. He remains one of the most fascinating, unusual and beloved stars of his time

MORE INFO ON JAMES BROLIN: Announced engagement to Barbra Streisand (May 1997).

Father of actor Josh Brolin (b. 1968), Jesse (b. 1972) and Molly Elizabeth (b. 1987).

His first wife, Jane, died in a car crash in 1995. This was devastating to him because after all the turmoil during their divorce, they had become friends. This friendship started when they both had to put up a brave face at a premiere for their son, Josh Brolin.

Acted in a makeup test for Planet of the Apes (1968) as "Cornelius," the chimpanzee scientist later portrayed in the final version of the film by Roddy McDowall.

Father-in-law of Diane Lane.

Is a lifelong Democrat and supported John Kerry in the 2004 election.

Is campaigning for 2008 Democratic candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton for president.

Resides in Sherman Oaks.

Was attached to play the Col. Samuel Trautman in Rambo (2008) role after Richard Crenna died, but the role was written out of the script.

Screen-tested for the role of James Bond in Octopussy (1983), but was ruled out when Roger Moore agreed to reprise the role.

Best known by the public for his role as Dr. Steven Kiley in "Marcus Welby, M.D." (1969), and for his starring role as Peter MacDermott in "Hotel" (1983).

Son of Helen Sue, a housewife, and Henry Bruderlin.

Has a younger brother and two younger sisters.

It is part of our in-store inventory from our shop which is located in the heart of Hollywood where we have been in business for the past 40 years!

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