Black Christmas

1974 Canadian 1-sheet 27x40" (70x100cm)

Grade: Fine to Very Fine



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Poster title: Black Christmas

Poster Year: 1974

Poster Origin: Canadian

Size: 1-sheet  27x40"  (70x100cm)

Film title: Silent Night, Evil Night

Film Year: 1974

Film Origin: Canada

Film Directors: Bob Clark

Film Actors: Olivia HusseyKeir DulleaMargot KidderJohn Saxon

Film Genres: Horror| Mystery| Thriller

Film Plot: A sorority house is terrorized by a stranger who makes frightening phone calls and then murders the sorority sisters during Christmas break.

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Keywords: 1970sgreenmurderredrocking chairscream

Restoration: Linen-backed

Grade: C7  Fine to Very Fine. Folded, single-sided. Prior to linen backing this was a theater used poster with minimal handling/edge/fold wear, would grade higher if not for tape repairs at the top fold line and cross fold, a slight extra fold and the censor stamp. Now appears near mint and Quebec censor stamp was kept in place for this super rare country-of-origin Canadian horror film.

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

Price: $1,250

Black Christmas is as cult as it gets! Credited with being one of, if not the very first film in the slasher genre. The plot seems like run of the mill horror these days, but at the time it was still an original idea to have a crazed killer stalking sorority sisters in the build up to the holiday break… who would have thought!

The film was made in Canada and had only a shoestring budget. The release it got was equally small which means pretty all the original release posters are crazy rare. There was also a title change for the US audiences leading to even more difficulty finding nice posters with the correct english title. This Canadian poster is one of the Holy Grails of the horror genre. Not only did it predate the US release by several months, but it used the correct title as well! This poster has been restored on linen, but the Canadian censor stamp was left in place to celebrate it’s origin. Don’t miss this super rare poster!


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