This is an ORIGINAL Set of eight Mini- Color Photo LOBBY CARDS, from M.G.M. Metro-Goldwyn Mayer. They measure 8" x 10" Never used and are in the ORIGINAL Plastic sleeve they came in. They are MINT UNUSED.

These Photo lobbies feature were used to promote the MGM crime horror drama,


Sadistic low-budget thriller , also known as NIGHTMARE HONEYMOON, about newlyweds Dack Rambo and Rebecca Danna Smith who are pursued and terrorized by a pair of rural killer rapists. One of the psychos is John Beck from the '60s rock group the Leaves ("Hey Joe"). Filmed in Louisana. Nicholas Roeg ("Don't Look Now"), the original director, was replaced by Elliott Silverstein after five days of shooting. Music by Elmer Bernstein.

Director: Elliot Silverstein

Writers: Lawrence Block (book), S. Lee Pogostin

Stars: Dack Rambo, Rebecca Dianna Smith, John Beck


Dack Rambo ... David Webb
Rebecca Dianna Smith ... Jill Binghamton Webb
John Beck ... Lee
Pat Hingle ... Mr. Binghamton
Roy Jenson ... Sandy
David Huddleston ... Pete Carroll aka Barnett
Jay Robinson ... Ruskin
Dennis Patrick ... John Kenmore
Jim Boles ... Uncle Everett
Dennis Burkley ... Bubba
Patrick Cranshaw ... Old Bail Boy
Angela Clarke ... Lady in the Park
Jack Perkins ... Carl
Bob Steele ... Charlie
Richard O'Brien ... Sheriff

Lobby Cards are in nice shape Nice if you collect original lobby cards or thriller films.

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MORE INFO ON DACK RAMBO: Norman Jay Rambo (November 13, 1941 - March 21, 1994), professionally known as Dack Rambo, was an American actor, most notable for appearing as Walter Brennan's grandson Jeff in the ABC series The Guns of Will Sonnett, as Steve Jacobi in the ABC soap opera All My Children, as cousin Jack Ewing on CBS's Dallas, and as Grant Harrison on the NBC soap opera Another World.

Born in Earlimart, California to William Lester Rambo (1904-1985) and Beatrice A. (Rossi) Rambo (1910-2002). He had an elder brother, William Donald Rambo (1933-2011) and a twin brother, Orman Ray Rambo (later known professionally as Dirk Rambo). Beatrice Rambo would survive two of her three sons.

After moving to Los Angeles in the 1960s, the twins were discovered by actress Loretta Young and cast in her CBS series, The New Loretta Young Show.

On 5 February 1967, Dirk was killed in a road accident. Later that same year, Rambo landed the role of Jeff Sonnett on The Guns of Will Sonnett, and co-starred in the short-lived Gunsmoke spin-off, Dirty Sally, with Jeanette Nolan. During the 1970s and 1980s, he made guest appearances on Marcus Welby, M.D., House Calls, Wonder Woman, Charlie's Angels, All My Children, Fantasy Island, The Love Boat, Hotel, and Murder, She Wrote. He also acted out the lead role in Sword of Justice, which lasted for ten installments in 1978-79. He may be best remembered on television for playing Jack Ewing in the hit soap opera Dallas from 1985-87. He played Wesley Harper on the 1984 short lived TV series soap opera Paper Dolls.

While working on Another World in 1991, Rambo learned that he was infected with HIV. He quit the series shortly thereafter, and retired from acting. Rambo then publicly announced that he was HIV positive, and revealed that he was bisexual.

Rambo died in 1994 at the age of 52 of complications from AIDS.

MORE INFO ON JOHN BECK: John Beck (born January 28, 1943 in Chicago, Illinois) is an American actor. Reared in Joliet, Illinois, he became known for his role of Mark Graison in CBS's Dallas during the middle 1980s. He often portrayed hard-ball businessmen.

Beck grew up in Chicago, where he lived on his father's ranch.(It is highly dubious that there was a "ranch" in Chicago ever, much less during Beck's youth.) His childhood ambition was to become a veterinarian. However, following his performance in a school play at the age of sixteen, which he had been asked to take part in as a means of overcoming profound shyness, his tutors encouraged him to try to get into drama school. He moved to California in 1962 at the age of nineteen and made his living by appearing in television commercials. In 1963/1964, he attended Joliet Junior College and was in an acting class. A year later, he made his first television appearance as an actor in his own right in a 1965 episode of NBC's I Dream of Jeannie (entitled 'Russian Roulette') at the age of twenty-one. Beck had a regular supporting role as Ketcham in the weekly Nichols (TV series) also known as James Garner as Nichols which ran for one season on NBC from 1971 to 1972. His numerous credits as a supporting actor over the years include guest slots in such series as Death Valley Days, Diagnosis: Murder, Dan August, Baywatch (Beck was a good friend of Baywatch star David Hasselhoff during the 1980s), Tales from the Crypt, Bonanza, Gunsmoke, Mod Squad, Mission: Impossible, Hawaii Five-O and Matlock, among numerous others.

Already a household name in the United States by this point, Beck first came to the attention of international audiences in 1973 when he played an underground leader named Erno who leads a revolt against a fascist government in the Woody Allen sci-fi comedy Sleeper. That same year, he appeared as "John W. Poe" in the Sam Peckinpah western Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid, and in 1975, he appeared opposite James Caan as "Moonpie" in the original Rollerball.

In the film The Other Side of Midnight in 1977, Beck played the male lead. A year later, Beck starred in an adaptation of H. G. Wells's The Time Machine (with future Three's Company actress Priscilla Barnes), and appeared in the TV miniseries Wheels. He appeared as Dorian Blake in 1985's Peyton Place: The Next Generation, a proposed revival of 1960s nighttime drama Peyton Place. Both productions aired on NBC in the United States.

After over fifteen years of being cast in supporting roles and bit-parts in various American drama and comedy series and low-budget films, he finally landed his first major starring role playing Sam Curtis in the early 1980s television soap opera Flamingo Road, followed by the role of Mark Graison on Dallas (his best-known role) from 1983 to 1986. Although his character was killed off in 1984, he later returned after having faked his death to seek an alternative cure for a disease he was suffering from. However, in 1986, former star Patrick Duffy was asked to return to Dallas. To accommodate this, the producers made the entire 1985-86 season a dream of Pamela Ewing (Victoria Principal). As a result, Beck's character was written out of the show as if he had never actually returned from the dead.

His other credits as a leading performer include Santa Barbara and, more recently, a recurring role in Walker: Texas Ranger.

The 1990s saw Beck turn to voice acting for the first time in his career when he provided the voice of the Punisher in three episodes of Spider-Man: The Animated Series, although to date this remains the only role as a voice actor in his career. Beck also guest-starred as the character Raymond Boone in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine extended episode "Tribunal" in 1994. A year later, he appeared in the film Black Day Blue Night. His increasingly hectic workload between the early 1970s and the mid-1990s wore Beck down to the extent that after leaving the Walker: Texas Ranger series in 1997, he began to wind down his acting schedule due to "exhaustion".

Still a favourite of American critics, Beck's last appearance on screen to date was in the 2005 television movie Crash Landing.

Beck was a proficient boxer in the 1970s and won several amateur titles, most notably the heavyweight 'Golden Gloves' of Chicago in 1973. Also a one-time champion roller-skater, he was able to perform many of his own stunts in the film Rollerball without the need for a stunt double.

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