Paths of Glory

Orizzonti di Gloria

1963 Italian 2-foglio 39x55" (100x140cm)

Grade: Fine



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English title: Paths of Glory

Poster title: Orizzonti di Gloria

Poster Year: 1963

Poster Origin: Italian

Size: 2-foglio  39x55"  (100x140cm)

Style: re-release

Film title: Paths of Glory

Film Year: 1957

Film Origin: USA

Film Directors: Stanley Kubrick

Film Actors: Kirk DouglasRalph MeekerAdolphe MenjouGeorge Macready

Film Genres: Drama| War

Film Plot: When soldiers in World War I refuse to continue with an impossible attack, their superior officers decide to make an example of them.

Categories: AuteurBold ColorsClassicsWarFilmLarge Posters

Keywords: 1950s1960sexecutioneyesfiring squadgunmilitaryredWW1yellow

Grade: C6  Fine. Folded, single-sided. Theater used poster with moderate handling/fold/edge wear, cross fold separation with minor paper loss at the bottom cross fold, some fold separation in the lower right, paper has tanned and become somewhat brittle, edge wear on the lower left, some scattered tape stains/smudges in the corners and borders, strong colors.

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Price: $550

Paths of Glory was Stanley Kubrick’s anti-war film about a WWI French commanding officer Colonel Dax, played by Kirk Douglas, who refuses orders to continue a suicidal attack out of the trenches and into mustard gas and machine fire. Dax, who was criminal defense lawyer in civilian life before the war, then leads a defense of his men who are charged with cowardice and court-martialed. Little does he know it will be a kangaroo court whose only purpose is to discourage more dissent. It was a hugely powerful and controversial film upon it’s release — even being banned in France as they thought it reflected poorly on WWI French infantrymen who were still alive.

This stunning Italian poster is highly sought after and features an amazing portrait of Douglas. This poster is from the second release in Italy, just 5 years after its first showing — which should come as no surprise given the anti-war sentiments that were rising by the day due to the ongoing conflict in Vietnam and the raging Cold War.


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