MEAN STREETS, 1973
Original U.S. Insert poster 14"x36".
Roger Ebert wrote in 2003: "Great films leave their mark not only on their audiences, but on films that follow. In countless ways..'Mean Streets' is one of the source points of modern movies."
The distinctive design has similarities to Joseph Caroff's work at the time, but still remains high on the wish list for a definite attribution.
Insert posters appear to have been printed in smaller numbers in the 70s (finally being discontinued in 1984) as they are scarce on many titles; this has lead to forgeries on sought-after films. This original example is in superb condition.
£650.00 conservation framed.