POINT BLANK (1967) POSTER, US, SIGNED BY ANGIE DICKINSON AND JOHN BOORMAN
POINT BLANK (1967) POSTER, US
SIGNED BY ANGIE DICKINSON AND JOHN BOORMAN, DIRECTOR
41 x 27 in. (104 x 69 cm)
This film was directed by John Boorman at Lee Marvin's request, and stars Marvin, Angie Dickinson and Keenan Wynn. This film was not a box-office success at the time of release, but has gone on to become a cult classic.
This poster was signed by John Boorman at the BFI, London, where he gave a talk about his career. Angie Dickinson signed it at a private signing. It is rare for anyone to have an original film poster signed, as the majority of signatures are on pieces of paper, photographs and video/dvd sleeves. It is unusual to have the film's poster with you when you try to obtain signatures.
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Linen-backed. Excellent condition, with the colours remaining very bright. Minor restoration to folds and small pinholes.
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The Sohal collection
Film Posters of the 60s, Aurum Press Limited, 1997, p. 81