The Bride Wore Black (Dear Film, 1968). Folded, Very Fine+...Click the image to load the highest resolution version.
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DescriptionThe Bride Wore Black (Dear Film, 1968). Folded, Very Fine+. Italian 4 - Fogli (55" X 77").
When Francois Truffaut wanted to marry Hollywood tradition with French New Wave in his homage to Alfred Hitchcock, he quickly learned there would be little room for the trademark Truffaut sentimentality. Instead he would fashion a chilling tale of revenge, making grand use of a perfectly cast Jeanne Moreau as the ultimate femme fatale. Presented at Heritage for the first time, this large format Italian poster displays slight edge wear, small fold separations, light creases, and minor tears.
Estimate: $400 - $800.
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