39 x 55" (100 x 140 cm.)

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3 ORE PER UCCIDERE [THREE HOURS TO KILL] (1954)
3 ORE PER UCCIDERE [THREE HOURS TO KILL] (1954) $1,250.00

Vintage original 39 x 54" (99 x 137 cm.) due folio / 2-fogli poster, Italy. Dana Andrews, Donna Reed, Dianne Foster, Stephen Elliott, dir: Alfred L. Werker; Columbia. A taut Western in the revenge-drama genre about a cowboy accused of murder who hides out in the desert before going back to clear his name.

Italian film poster artist Anselmo Ballester has created beautiful portraits of Andrews and Reed and played up the romantic element of the story, their love haunted by the foreboding noose. On linen. VERY GOOD.

AMARE PER UCCIDERE [WICKED AS THEY COME] (1956)
AMARE PER UCCIDERE [WICKED AS THEY COME] (1956) $2,000.00

Vintage original 39 x 55" (100 x 140 cm.) due folio / 2-fogli poster, Italy. Arlene Dahl, Phillip Carey, Herbert Marshall, Michael Goodliffe, dir: Ken Hughes; Columbia. A vehicle for the beautiful Arlene Dahl, who was swathed in sexy clothes and placed in beautiful sets and did her best acting in the role of a girl who is set on rising from her job in a shirtwaist factory to the top -- letting nothing stand in her way... including murder.

The great Italian poster artist Anselmo Ballester has captured a tense moment from the film. On linen, VERY GOOD.

DIE KEUSCHE SUSANNE [GIRL IN THE TAXI] (1926)
DIE KEUSCHE SUSANNE [GIRL IN THE TAXI] (1926) $2,500.00

Vintage original 37 x 49" (94 x 124 cm.) poster, Germany. Lillian Harvey, Ruth Weyher, Willy Fritsch, Wilhelme Bendow, Sascha Bragowa, Werner Fuetterer, Jean Gilbert, dir: Richard Desvallieres; Richard Eichberg-Film GmbH/UFA. By poster artist Robert Schmidt.

Lillian Harvey, British-born but brought up in Germany, became a sweetheart of German cinema in this, her first film. Opera trained, she would go on to film a series of operetta type movies in the era of the early talking films, including some in Hollywood.

In this film she became teamed with Willy Fritsch, and they would go on to make 11 films together. They were...

IPCRESS FILE, THE (1965)
IPCRESS FILE, THE (1965) $325.00

Vintage original 39 x 55" (100 x 140 cm.) poster, Italy. Michael Caine, Nigel Green, Guy Dolman, Sue Lloyd, dir: Sidney J. Furie; J. Arthur Rank. Popular 1960s crime/espionage thriller set and filmed in London, touching upon the local political atmosphere at the time. Michael Caine played Harry Palmer, a counter-espionage agent, investigating the kidnapping and brainwashing of British scientists. The spectacled Caine represented a new kind of British hero, and the film had a great influence on the American TV show Mission: Impossible. An effective layout from Italy. Folded, FINE.

LA PATTUGLIA DELL'AMBA ALAGI (1953)
LA PATTUGLIA DELL'AMBA ALAGI (1953) $1,250.00

Vintage original 39 x 54" (100 x 138 cm.) due folio / 2-fogli poster, Italy. Milly Vitale, Dante Maggio, Aldo Silvani, Luciana Tajoli, Nino Pavese, dir: Flavio Calzavara; Diva Films. Spectacular poster with striking image of Milly Vitale and a montage of the story's action.

The story concerned a World War II veteran, Luciano (Luciano Tajoli), who leaves prison camp and visits the families of his fallen comrades as he travels throughout Sicily, Tuscany and Milan. Luciano, a musician, sings several popular songs. One friend who did survive has fallen in with gangsters and Luciano helps to bring him back to...

NON SIATE TRISTI PER ME [NO SAD SONGS FOR ME] (1950)
NON SIATE TRISTI PER ME [NO SAD SONGS FOR ME] (1950) $1,500.00

Vintage original 39 x 54" (100 x 138 cm.) due folio / 2-fogli poster, Italy. Margaret Sullavan, Wendell Corey, Viveca Lindfors, Natalie Wood, John McIntire, Ann Doran, dir: Rudolph Mate; Columbia. The ultimate woman's self-sacrifice melodrama with Margaret Sullavan the perfect choice to play such a heroine. This film was the great star actress' swan song to the silver screen. She would appear in just three television dramas during the next few years.

The story was about Mary Scott, who is diagnosed with an incurable illness (the word "cancer" is actually spoken on-screen). She has ten months to live and wishes...

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