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    The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (PEA., R-1969). Italian 4 - Fogli (54.5" X 78"). From the collection of David Frangioni, author of Clint Eastwood: ICON & Crash: The World's Greatest Drum Kits.
    The artist used some very dramatic imagery for this early re-release in 1969 of all three of the main characters giving it their macho best, brandishing their own particular choice of weapon, warily eyeing each other. In the foreground, there hangs a stark white noose, certainly waiting for one or all of them. Clint Eastwood, Lee Van Cleef, and Eli Wallach star in this highly praised film by Sergio Leone, which has become one of the most beloved Westerns of all time. As popular as Eastwood has become for his star-making "Man With No Name" role, the Italian audiences were exposed to his genius three whole years before Americans would be, when A Fistful of Dollars was released over there in 1964. This is a very scarce re-issue poster for the film and still shows some signs of use including slight fold wear and separation, pinholes, and a tear into the P.E.A. logo. There is another tear in Eastwood's credit that has a few mild tape stains. On opposite sides of the upper portion of the lower panel, there was some paper loss prior to touchup. On the left side, it extended into the artwork by several inches, while it remained in the border on the right side. Fine+ on Linen.


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