• This is an original cinema poster for the first release of 'A Clockwork Orange' the hugely famous 1971 dystopian crime film directed by Stanley Kubrick. The film tells the story of Alex (Malcolm McDowell) and the horrific violent crime sprees he and his gang go on. Alex is eventually captured and agrees to partake in a psychological therapy in return for a reduced sentence. In the programme he is injected with nausea-inducing drugs and made to watch violence, similar to the type he had committed. It is while in therapy that his eyes are clamped open. This scene has been the source material for many of the film's cinema posters. The poster listed here is from the year of the films first release in 1972 and it was used for International circulation. The poster is designed by Philip Castle who later designed album covers for David Bowie and Pulp. The pointed pyramid and focus on human eyes reflect the grotesque pop art that is intertwined throughout the film. The poster is linen backed and is excellent condition. The 3rd image is a HD picture that enables best condition assessment.
  • An original cinema poster in near mint condition for the 1995 film Heat. Brilliant LA crime drama in which a detective (Al Pacino) tries to catch a highly intelligent criminal (Robert DeNiro), who has decided to pull off one last robbery. Directed by Michael Mann the film has aged brilliantly and features some wonderful shots of Los Angeles. Pacino and DeNiro feature prominently in this poster which is in excellent condition. The round white/black objects you may see in the corners are magnets, used to photograph the posters. They have not damaged the posters in any way.
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    This is an original One Sheet poster for Quentin Tarantino’s 9th film 'Once Upon A Time in Hollywood. Set in L.A. around the time of the Charles Manson murder, the film tells the story of Hollywood star, on the wane, Rick Dalton (Leonardo di Caprio) and his friendship with Clif Booth (played by a show-stealing Brad Pitt). Margot Robbie plays the non-fictional Sharon Tate who was married to the celebrated and notorious film director Roman Polanski. Al Pacino and Kurt Russell also star and feature on this poster.
  • Hotter than Bond. Cooler than Bullitt. It takes a serious character to take on 2 crime mobs but suave detective 'Shaft' (played by Richard Roundtree) is that man. The film is famous for many reasons, not least because it is a top-quality detective drama. The soundtrack by Isaac Hayes won an Oscar and the film could have won Best Picture also. This is a UK poster from the films first release in 1971. The 3rd unframed image is the actual poster available for sale.
  • The artwork on this UK teaser poster for Quentin Tarantino's eighth film, makes it highly sought after. When a bounty hunter and his captured fugitive are caught in the middle of a snowstorm, they seek refuge at the small lodge and encounter a twisted turn of events there. There are 3 tears in the borders of this poster but they have been repaired with archival tape and we don't think the tears would be apparent if framed. The 3rd image enables the best condition assessment.
  • This is an original US One Sheet poster for the 1974 film Chinatown. The film features one of the most famous directors, actors and actresses of all time in the form of Roman Polanski, Jack Nicholson and Faye Dunaway. Set in Los Angeles in 1937, Evelyn Mulwray (Dunaway) hires J.J Gittes (Nicholson), a private detective, to establish if her husband is having an affair. Hollis Mulwray is a high profile city planner involved in the construction of a new dam need to supply fresh water to LA, a hugely important project for the city at the time. As Gittes follows Mulwray he becomes aware of the civil servants dodgy dealings which lead him down a dangerous path. The famous image in this poster shows Nicholson and Dunaway and reflects the noir theme of the film.  The poster has recently been linen backed and the condition can be best assessed in the 3rd unframed image.
  • This original poster for Mean Streets is a triumph of graphic design. It shows a smoking gun pointing upwards that forms part of the Manhattan skyline. The streetlights resemble gallows. Violence is part of the very fabric of this poster and movie that tells the story of low-level crime on the streets of New York. This poster is in incredible 'near mint' condition. The round white/black objects you may see in the corners are magnets, used to photograph the posters. They have not damaged the posters in any way.
  • This is an original US One Sheet Poster printed for the first release of the film Pulp Fiction. A classic movie and? poster. If Reservoir Dogs announced the arrival of Quentin Tarantino, Pulp Fiction made him a global star. The opening scenes of Pulp Fiction are so brilliant that in the space of 10 minutes it re-launched the career of John Travolta and catapulted Samuel L Jackson to stardom. Other stars feature in abundance, but the shot in this poster of Uma Thurman will understandingly live on as the movies iconic image. Huge quantities of this poster have been produced for student's wall over the years and fakes have been produced and been passed off as real. This is an original cinema poster, in outstanding condition, used to promote the films first release in 1994. There is liquid damage to the back of the poster on the bottom right hand side. This has caused minor rippling on the front that is not visible to the eye on first inspection, especially as the artwork is rippled on the bottom right. This poster would look brilliant framed and has been priced to reflect the minor damage. The round white/black objects you may see in the corners are magnets, used to photograph the posters. They have not damaged the posters in any way.
  • This is an original US poster for the first release of the film Scarface. The film is directed by Brian De Palma and stars Al Pacino as unforgettable Tony Montana. Tony Montana is a political refugee from Cuba and arrives in Miami with big ambitions. The cocaine trade is rife in Miami at the time and it doesn't take Montano long to forge links with suppliers in Colombia and muscle in on the action. The film is a cult classic, critically acclaimed, and loved by audiences. Michelle Pfeiffer co-stars. This poster has recently been linen backed and it presents brilliantly. The condition can be best assessed in the 3rd unframed image. The round white/black objects you may see in the corners are magnets, used to photograph the posters. They have not damaged the posters in any way.
  • This an original quad poster for the 2011 film - Drive. Totally absorbing and original, violent and romantic, brilliant from start to finish. Surprisingly Drive didn't really feature on the end of decade 'Best Movie' lists, but the prices fetched for this UK quad poster may make it one of the most sought-after movie posters of the last 10 years. It's not hard to see why. Ryan Gosling and a Cadillac dominate while the blue and 'northern lights' like green colours make Los Angeles look beautiful in the same way Michael Mann managed to do in Heat 15 years earlier. There is some surface wear, paper loss and minor staining on the 'E' in the film title. This can be best seen in the 3rd unframed image. The round white/black objects you may see in the corners are magnets, used to photograph the posters. They have not damaged the posters in any way.
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    This is an original double-sided cinema poster in near mint condition for the 2003 film Kill Bill Vol. 1. This is a highly desirable poster for Quentin Tarrantino's 4th movie not least because the sword you see in the poster is made from mylar foil which gives the sword a mettalic and sparkling appearence. The round white/black objects you may see in the corners are magnets, used to photograph the posters. They have not damaged the posters in any way.
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    This is a rare original and highly coveted withdrawn 'Lucky Strike' poster for the film Pulp Fiction. Few, if any, posters from the last 25 years have a back story quite like this poster. Observe the packet of cigarettes in front of Uma Thurman and you will see they bear a resemblance to a carton of Lucky Strikes. The cigarette manufacturer threatened to sue the film’s producer Miramax unless all copies of the poster were destroyed. The posters got recalled and fewer than 100 copies are thought to survive making this poster highly rare and collectible. High-quality reproductions of the poster are in circulation with 2 noticeable flaws. Firstly, the top of the poster was cropped and the ‘little man’ (white on red background with the appearance of steak marbling) above the black ‘R’ letter was cropped. The second tell of the reproductions is a white speckling on Uma Thurman’s breast. The poster offered for sale here is one of the originals with the little man fully in tact and no speckling. The Tarantino film is, of course, a masterpiece which when coupled with the poster's back story makes it a compelling investment. Furthermore, this poster is in near-mint condition, without edge wear or surface creasing. The round white/black objects you may see in the corners are magnets, used to photograph the posters. They have not damaged the posters in any way.
  • Godfather 2 is widely considered the greatest film sequel of all time. Two storylines run through the film, Vito Corleone's (Robert De Niro) arrival in the United States in 1901 and Michael Corleone's (Al Pacino) attempt to expand the family business in the late 1950s. The earlier scenes are set in New York City while the later scenes are filmed at the Corleone family home in Lake Tahoe and a pre-Communist Cuba. This US One Sheet poster is from the films first release and includes the classic Godfather image of the puppeteer pulling strings. The font style has been widely copied by 'The Sopranos' and 'Snoop Dog' amongst others. The folder is in very fine folded condition. The round white/black objects you may see in the corners are magnets, used to photograph the posters. They have not damaged the posters in any way.
  • An original cinema poster in very fine condition for the 1990 film Goodfellas. Quite simply one of the greatest gangster movies of all time which opens with the unforgettable line - 'As far back as I can remember, I always wanted to be a gangster'. The line is uttered by the character of Henry Hill, played by Ray Liota. The film focuses on his rise through the ranks of the mafia from his early childhood. Robert De Niro plays the suave Jimmy Conway while Joe Pesci plays the psychotic Tommy DeVito. It also stars Lorraine Bracco as Hill's wife Karen. She went on to play the brilliant Dr Jennifer Melfi in The Sopranos. This poster is from the films first release in the UK with gushing reviews from the national newspapers on the margins. The round white/black objects you may see in the corners are magnets, used to photograph the posters. They have not damaged the posters in any way.
  • This is an original UK quad poster for the film Kill Bill. There cannot be a more iconic image from Kill Bill series than yellow jumpsuit wearing Uma Thurman photographed against a yellow and black background. The yellow jumpsuit has parallels with Bruce Lee and Enter the Dragon, one of the many reasons this poster has become so collectable. The round white/black objects you may see in the corners are magnets, used to photograph the posters. They have not damaged the posters in any way.
  • This is an Original Press Brochure for the 1983 film Scarface. It would have been provided to media to publicise the release of the film. The film is directed by Brian De Palma and stars Al Pacino as unforgettable Tony Montana. Tony Montana is a political refugee from Cuba and arrives in Miami with big ambitions. The cocaine trade is rife in Miami at the time and it doesn’t take Montano long to forge links with suppliers in Colombia and muscle in on the action. The film is a cult classic, critically acclaimed, and loved by audiences. Michelle Pfeiffer co-stars. The round white/black objects you may see in the corners are magnets, used to photograph the posters. They have not damaged the posters in any way.
  • This is an oringinal US cinema poster for the 1971 film Get Carter. Michael Caine plays Jack Carter a London gangster who travels to Newcastle to find out the truth about his brothers death. Hugely influential on the the Guy Richie films that followed years later, it is one of Michael Caine's most memoroable roles. This poster is linen backed in excellent condition.
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    This is an original uk quad poster for the 1972 film The Godfather, printed to mark a 50th-anniversary re-release of film, considered by many to be the greatest film of all time. The film tells the story of the Corleone family, one of the most established crime families in New York City. Marlon Brando famously plays the role of Vito Don Corleone, while Al Pacino plays his son Michael Pacino. Don Corleone’s refusal to involve the family in the drug trade leads his rivals to view the family as past the peak of their powers and it leads the Corleone family to come under attack.
  • This is an Original Advance US One Sheet Poster for the 1983 film Scarface. The film is directed by Brian De Palma and stars Al Pacino as unforgettable Tony Montana. Tony Montana is a political refugee from Cuba and arrives in Miami with big ambitions. The cocaine trade is rife in Miami at the time and it doesn’t take Montano long to forge links with suppliers in Colombia and muscle in on the action. The film is a cult classic, critically acclaimed, and loved by audiences. Michelle Pfeiffer co-stars. The round white/black objects you may see in the corners are magnets, used to photograph the posters. They have not damaged the posters in any way. However, there is a pinhole in each corner of this poster.
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    This is an original, linen-backed US One Sheet poster for The Godfather, considered by many to be the greatest film of all time. The film tells the story of the Corleone family, one of the most established crime families in New York City. Marlon Brando famously plays the role of Vito Don Corleone, while Al Pacino plays his son Michael Pacino. Don Corleone's refusal to involve the family in the drug trade leads his rivals to view the family as past the peak of their powers and it leads the Corleone family to come under attack. This minimal US One Sheet poster is from the film's first release and includes the cast names and the classic Godfather image of the puppeteer pulling strings. The fanfare the film was released to enabled the use of this minimal design, and style has been emulated many times in the past 50 years, not least by the television show 'The Sopranos'. This poster is in very fine condition and the 3rd unframed image is HD and enables the best condition assessment.
  • This is an original cinema poster for the 1994 film Pulp Fiction. Pulp Fiction is the film that made Quentin Tarantino a global star. The opening scenes of Pulp Fiction are so brilliant that in the space of 10 minutes it re-launched the career of John Travolta and catapulted Samuel L Jackson to stardom. Other stars featured in abundance, but the shot of Uma Thurman used in both this poster and the US One Sheet will understandingly live on as the movie's iconic image. There is some edge wear (which could be covered by framing) and cracking on this poster which can be best examined in the unframed image. The round white/black objects you may see in the corners are magnets, used to photograph the posters. They have not damaged the posters in any way.
  • This is an original double-sided cinema poster in near mint condition for the 1997 film Copland. Freddy Heflin (Sylvester Stallone) plays the sheriff in a sleepy town that is home to corrupt police officers, played by Harvey Keitel and Ray Liotta. Though much less powerful than the police officer honest cop Heflin is determined to bring them down. The round white/black objects you may see in the corners are magnets, used to photograph the posters. They have not damaged the posters in any way.
  • This is an original cinema poster in near mint condition for the 1996 film Curdled. Gabriella, a Colombian immigrant, is obsessed with understanding violent crime. After landing a job with a post-murder cleaning service she find evidence the police have missed in a major case. The round white/black objects you may see in the corners are magnets, used to photograph the posters. They have not damaged the posters in any way.
  • This is an original UK quad poster for 2008 film Gomorrah. The film based on a non-fiction book Robert Saviano. Film the tells the story of crime and corruption in Southern Italy. More recently Gomorrah has been made into a popular TV series. The round white/black objects you may see in the corners are magnets, used to photograph the posters. They have not damaged the posters in any way.
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