“This is the weekend they didn’t play golf…”
John Boorman’s brutal & realistic movie “Deliverance” tells the story of four suburban middle aged men totally out of their depth in the backwoods of America, The striking ‘shotgun’ artwork featured on this original 1972 UK quad is unique to the British design. The film where viewers of Channel 4 voted it #45 in a list of The 100 Greatest Films Ever and although Oscar nominated it actually won a 1974 Grammy for the “Duelling Banjos” instrumental. Lightly folded this impressive example presents to excellent effect with lovely colour tones, bright whites and minimal handling and age wear. A fine piece of eye-catching memorable poster artwork for one of the most talked about films of the 70’s that represents a sought after piece of original high quality cinematic collectable film memorabilia.
Trivia: John Boorman wanted Vilmos Zsigmond as director of photography because he’d famously filmed the 1956 Soviet invasion of Hungary. Boorman reckoned that anyone who had filmed under the threat of Russian tanks and guns would be ideally suited to an intensive and grueling shoot, which this movie promised to be.…more detail
UK Quad (30" x 40") Single Sided, Printed in England by W.E. Berry Ltd. Bradford
British / UK
Very Fine plus; originally folded (as issued)
Belinda Beatty, Bill McKinney, Billy Redden, Burt Reynolds, Charley Boorman, Herbert 'Cowboy' Coward, James Dickey, Jon Voight, Ned Beatty, Ronny Cox
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