David Bowie showcasing a range of intense facial expressions in this batch of promotional stills from Labyrinth.
Another ‘set’ of images from Labyrinth, this time showing my favourite scene - the climatic Jareth/Sarah confrontation.
Sarah preparing to attack Jareth with a broom in this publicity still from Labyrinth depicting a deleted scene.
My scan from a German lobby card.
Very exciting news - Jim’s Red Book have alerted me to the fact there will be an exhibition on fantasy cinema at the EMP Museum in Seattle. You want to know the best part? They’ll be exhibiting the original jacket worn by Bowie in the picture shown. You can see a photo of the jacket as it is now at the museum’s website - it’s in quite poor condition but that appears to be down to natural aging of the leather.
The photo above was posted by Jim’s Red Book today and appears to be quite rare - I’ve never seen it before.
Sarah saying goodbye to her friends in Labyrinth. This is the first full, cleaned up scan from the set of German lobby cards I’ve just acquired.
Here’s a great shot of Bowie as Jareth from Labyrinth.
This is my scan from a clipping - I’m vastly amused by the fact the other side of the clipping features an ad for a film titled Eat The Peach - it’s quite the in-joke, when you think about it.
Jennifer Connelly and David Bowie looking somewhat in awe of one another in this publicity still from Labyrinth.
Jareth in paternal mode - I have never seen this photo before, which suggests to me that it’s exceptionally rare.