A US One-Sheet movie poster for Sam Peckinpah’s ultra-violent western “The Wild Bunch” (1969). The genre would never be the same after this. Hugely influential in its depiction of bloody and graphic screen violence, which at the time made it controversial and equally admired as much as it was hated when screened. The advertising campaign that accompanied its release largely used the same imagery; the gang of nine all facing away from the camera appearing to be striding off into the sunset or battle with only the colour palette used being changed for different countries, with the US One-Sheet using a calm-before-the-storm blue tone. The poster carries a "DOMESTIC" stamp to the reverse indicating the poster was meant to be used in the USA. (Provenance: The personal collection of Howard Kazanjian)
NSS # 69/168 - Domestic, for use in USA.27" x 41" (69 x 104 cm)
Unrestored, folded (as issued). Fold line wear to crossfolds with scattered multiple pin-holes to four areas, top and bottom centre edges, left and right middle area edges. Colour tones are strong and unfaded. NSS stamp to reverse with no bleed through.
Artist: Bill Gold£50 - 100
VAT Status: Ω
item comes with a Prop Store Certificate of