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    Rosemary's Baby by Ercole Brini (Paramount, 1968). Original Italian Mixed Media Poster Artwork on Illustration Board (20.5" X 10.75").
    Roman Polanski's version of Ira Levin's novel, remains one of the most horrific films of the cinema. Its pacing is subdued, as the young Woodhouse couple (Mia Farrow and John Cassavetes) move into what appears to be a normal apartment building. But as unusual events keep happening, Rosemary begins to suspect that her neighbors are not what they seem. The image of Mia Farrow, with a baby carriage superimposed on her, has become a classic image. While almost all of the posters created used a photographic image of this, the Italians used a painting by Ercole Brini on the Italian 6 - fogli. This beautiful mixed media painting by Brini shows slight edge wear, mild corner bumps and bends, and soft surface scuffs. Remnants of the artistic process include unobtrusive stains, some smudging, and a tape stain in the lower right corner. Very Fine on Illustration Board.

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