Sansho Dayu (Daiei, 1954). Folded, Very Fine+. Jap...Click the image to load the highest resolution version.
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DescriptionSansho Dayu (Daiei, 1954). Folded, Very Fine+. Japanese B2 (20.5" X 28.5").
Making its debut appearance with Heritage is this scarce country of origin poster, The 1954 film, also known as Sansho the Bailiff, by director Kenji Mizoguchi, is considered to be one of his finest achievements. One of only ten post-war films that Mizoguchi made before his death in 1956, it was released to wide critical acclaim and won the Silver Lion Award for Directing at the Venice Film Festival, which brought him to the attention of Western critics and film-makers. This gorgeous poster has only the most minor fold wear. The colors are extraordinarily bright.
Estimate: $800 - $1,600.
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