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  • Goodfellas Alternative Movie Poster



    “As far back as I can remember, I’ve always wanted to be a gangster.” — Henry Hill, Brooklyn, N.Y. 1955.”

    Martin Scorsese’s “Goodfellas” is an iconic motion picture and a giant of the gangster genre that will stand the test of time for years and years to come. The movie poster imagery that accompanied the 1990 release was equally as striking. The central imagery of the three stars (De Niro, Pesci & Liotta) was used for the worldwide advertising campaign and those three characters are featured here, staring into the trunk of the car on this 2022 alternative movie poster by Florey and Matt Ferguson in one of the most memorable scenes from the movie as they get set to bury Billy Batts in the forest. A clever and eye-catching design this originally rolled (as issued) example displays & presents to excellent effect with beautiful dark colour tones and a red brake light that pops from the paper. Accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity signed by both artists with a number (#20/200) matching that hand-written on the poster. Hugely desirable and a must have title for the serious poster collector or Goodfellas fan it represents a premium piece of quality collectable movie memorabilia.

    Trivia: The “How am I funny?” scene is based on something that actually happened to Joe Pesci. While working in a restaurant, a young Pesci apparently told a mobster that he was funny, a compliment that was met with a less-than-enthusiastic response. Pesci relayed the anecdote to Martin Scorsese, who decided to include it in the film. Scorsese didn’t include the scene in the shooting script, so that Pesci and Ray Liotta‘s interactions would elicit genuinely surprised reactions from the supporting cast.

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  • Scarface Alternative Movie Poster



    “He was Tony Montana. The world will remember him by another name…SCARFACE”

    One of the greatest and most influential gangster movies of all time and this 2022 limited edition art print by Matt Ferguson and Florey is one of the best alternative movie posters produced for Brian De Palma’s “Scarface”. Hand-signed by both artists this artist proof edition released by Vice Press features a key scene from the movie as Tony Montana sits brooding in his darkened study awaiting the violent and bloody onslaught he knows is coming with the rug cleverly illustrated to resemble a river of blood. A fantastic example of highly desirable movie memorabilia, that’s very cool and looks incredible.

    Trivia: The international corporation set up by Saddam Hussein to launder money from his various enterprises was called Montana Management after the Scarface (1983) main character.

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  • The-Aviator-Movie-Poster

    The Aviator


    “Some men dream the future. He built it”

    Stunning artwork and design for this original 2004 UK Quad (Golden Globe Awards version) movie poster as Leonardo DiCaprio stars as the ‘troubled’ billionaire genius in Martin Scorsese’s Howard Hughes biopic “The Aviator”. A striking looking poster designed by the renowned FEREF advertising agency with deep rich colour tones that immediately grabs your attention. This originally rolled (as issued) example displays and presents to excellent effect & certainly impresses.

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  • The-Long-Good-Friday-Movie-Poster

    The Long Good Friday


    “Nothing unusual,” he says! Eric’s been blown to smithereens, Colin’s been carved up, and I’ve got a bomb in me casino, and you say nothing unusual?”

    A critical and commercial success and perhaps the best British movie (gangster or otherwise) ever made…John MacKenzie’s “The Long Good Friday”. Receiving a very limited release in UK cinemas (it was nearly never released due to financial problems & only saved as a cinematic production by George Harrison, with his Handmade Films stepping in at the 11th hour) meant that any paper is scarce, making this original 1980 UK quad film poster a rare find especially in such high grade condition. Featuring stark black & white country unique design & artwork this excellent unrestored example presents near perfectly. Folded (as issued) it represents an exceptional piece of collectible original film memorabilia from a true British gangster classic…“The Mafia? I’ve shit ’em”

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  • The-Wolf-of-Wall-Street-Movie-Poster

    The Wolf of Wall Street


    “The name of the game, moving the money from the client’s pocket to your pocket”

    A rare example of the Advance Teaser ‘Coming Soon’ UK quad movie poster for Martin Scorsese’s 2013  biopic of drug-fuelled New York stockbroker Jordan Belfort the titular “The Wolf of Wall Street”. Designed by the creative arts agency BLT Communications this is the Award winning first Advance Teaser version featuring a bold simple design concept just using black lettering offset against a fading gold background; effective and very clever. I particularly like the $ signs representing the States of America in the flag. Guaranteed original, it is presented in excellent near mint rolled (as issued) condition it appears almost faultless and represents an investment grade example of desirable and collectable original film movie memorabilia for one of Hollywood’s greatest director’s; Martin Scorsese and Award winning actor’s; Leonardo DiCaprio.

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