I recognize the scene in the second poster. Looks like a little valley northwest of Roosevelt, Utah, where the road make a turn and follows the ridge past the lookout where the couple are sitting. A lot of posters for one movie, but I guess it ran for a long time.
Sets of eight lobby cards (11 x 14"), sometimes including a title card (second in line here) were standard for all movies. During the silent era, the other sizes fluctated a bit, but by the '30s just about all films had a one sheet (27 x 41"), a three sheet, a six sheet, an insert (14 x 36"), a window card (for merchants to put in store windows) and a half sheet or two.
A screenshot of William Powell playing a desperado named Snake Landree. Complete with gunbelt and leather cuffs.My cup runneth over.
Thanks for explaining the poster situation.
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