10th Victim

La Decima Vittima

1966 Italian 2-foglio 39x55" (100x140cm)

Grade: Very Fine



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English title: 10th Victim

Poster title: La Decima Vittima

Poster Year: 1966

Poster Origin: Italian

Size: 2-foglio  39x55"  (100x140cm)

Style: legs style

Film title: La Decima Vittima

Film Year: 1965

Film Origin: Italy | France

Film Directors: Elio Petri

Film Actors: Marcello MastroianniUrsula AndressElsa MartinelliSalvo Randone

Film Genres: Action| Sci-Fi

Film Plot: Some people like violence so much, that they decide to create a club in which human hunts are organized - members being alternately hunters, and prey, until they end up dead.

Categories: Bold ColorsCultFashionJames BondMid-Century ModernFilmLarge Posters

Keywords: 1960sbedbikininuderedsexy

Grade: C8  Very Fine. Folded, single-sided. Unused poster with only minimal handling/edge/fold wear, very small cross fold separation, some light wrinkling around this vertical ford line especially near the title, otherwise fresh, supple paper that has not tanned and has strong colors.

Framing: List prices are for posters only. Please inquire to discuss framing options.

Price: $650

If you’ve never seen the 10th Victim, picture a some sort of crazy mash up of swinging 60s Antonioni film Blow-Up, the uber mod set designs from 2001: A Space Odyssey, the camp from Austin Powers, and the plot from Arnold Schwarzenegger’s futuristic violent reality game show film The Running Man. Yes, it’s all those things and more! It also featured two of the hottest international stars — Marcello Mastroianni, fresh off of Fellini hits like La Dolce Vita and 8 1/2, and Ursula Andress, just a few years after wowing audiences as Honey Rider in the first James Bond film, Dr. No.

This incredibly sexy Italian 2-foglio is by far the most desirable poster for the film. It’s actually the second printing. The movie was released in late 1965 and it proved to be such a success that additional posters were needed. This design is from early 1966 and has proved the most popular artwork associated with the film still to this day — it was even used for the recent blu ray release! Don’t miss this incredibly rare poster which was never used and minty fresh.


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