PEEPING TOM (1960) POSTER, BRITISH
PEEPING TOM (1960) POSTER, BRITISH
PEEPING TOM (1960) POSTER, BRITISH
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PEEPING TOM (1960) POSTER, BRITISH

Estimate: 800 - 1,200 GBP

PEEPING TOM (1960) POSTER, BRITISH

Estimate: 800 - 1,200 GBP

Lot Sold:750GBP

Lot Details

Description

Peeping Tom (1960) Poster, British


Unframed: 30 x 40 in. (76 x 102 cm)


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Condition Report

Linen-backed

Very good condition, with the colours remaining very bright. Minor restoration to folds.


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Cataloguing

Literature

Film Posters of the 60s, Aurum Press Limited 1997, page 67

Catalogue Note

This 1960 British psychological crime horror was directed by Michael Powell and written by Leo Marks. It stars Carl Boehm, Anna Massey and Moira Shearer. The film centres on a serial killer who kills women and uses a portable film camera to record their dying expressions of terror. The film's awkward and harsh subject matter, and its extremely tough reception by critics had a massively negative effect on Powell's career as a director in the UK. However, it attracted a cult following, and in the years that followed has been re-looked at and is now considered a masterpiece.

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