Cool Hand Luke (Warner Brothers, 1967). Rolled, Very Fine+...Click the image to load the highest resolution version.
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DescriptionCool Hand Luke (Warner Brothers, 1967). Rolled, Very Fine+. Half Sheet (22" X 28") James Bama Artwork.
Paul Newman has one of his best roles as Luke Jackson, a hard-bitten prisoner with a talent for escape. When his mother dies, the Warden puts Luke in solitary for fear he'll try to make her funeral, but he escapes anyway -- and is caught yet again. George Kennedy won an Oscar for his role as a fellow inmate; the film was nominated for three other statues as well. This excellent pop art-inspired half sheet features Newman's grizzled mug with really groovy waves coming off it, a very eye-catching design. The poster shows light edge wear, slight creases, and unobtrusive stains. Rolled, Very Fine+.
Estimate: $500 - $1,000.
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