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2 1/2 by 4 1/4 CIC video (or at least their logo is on the front) O Caminho Das Estrelas calendar card (Caldendarios Unde Video)
Small (2 1/8 by 3 1/8) Video Guay 1984 Movie Poster card
Star Trek Portugal Calendar Card   From Portugal, this calendar card wsa produced in 1989. It is approx. 2 1/2 by 3 7/8. Unsure of manufacturer.
  2 3/4 x 3 3/4 thin cardboard calender card from Portugal 
4 x 5 1/2 thin paper stock, from the German magazine Cinema.
This card is from a set of movie cards produced by Italian Company PMC in 1991. (Thanks, Uwe)
I now have images of the complete set of cards from a German movie magazine called Cinema. One card for each of the first 6 movie. The cards are on thin card stock and have movie info on the back.. (Thanks, Uwe)
A card from a series of movie cards, possibly from Spain. (Thanks Daniel/Dennis)
This is an oversized card from Premiere magazine. Apparently, they put together a set of cards based on theatre posters. The back is text about the movie, the actors, etc. It was a perforated sheet of 4 cards.
There are 12 cards that came with a set of Ingots, each card is a movie poster, (Thanks, Bill!). Many have a set of the 10, but there are two more in the set for those who sent their case away for the larger case.. (Thanks, Jeff!)
This copper card is similar to the pewter ingots featuring a Generations movite teaser poster card. It was offered to Paramount Executives and at a convention in 1994. There are 5,000 of these and they came with a small black velvet-type bag.

Several Thailand Calendar cards were offered to Movie goes and their Movie Society Club had two different Trek cards as well.

A foreign promo card set...anyone with any extra info is begged to let me know what you know about these cards!  ;) The ST 6 card was published and distributed by Film Freak Productions, Zoetermeer, Netherlands. Card is 4x5.88 inches with a regular postcard back and has a date of 1991. (Thanks, Florent!)

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