Charlie Chaplin Festival, 1957 Original Poster

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Description

A rare and charming poster for the first Polish release of the 1941 feature-length compilation of Chaplin's 1917 comedy shorts for Mutual Film Corporation: The Adventurer, The Cure, Easy Street and The Immigrant, which were presented with a lively score and sound effects. Featuring quirky artwork by Roman Cieslewicz of the iconic little tramp, the Polish title Smiech Zambroniony translates as 'Laughter Prohibited'.


CONDITION


Excellent (A-)


Backed on Japan paper. Prior to backing this poster had one vertical and three horizontal machine folds, tiny losses to corners, wear and minor splits to fold lines and a couple of tiny tears to edges. Backing and minor colour touching has smoothed and diminished the fold lines. Colour touching to a tiny loss at upper left corner. A few spots of darkening to edges. image and colours otherwise excellent.


THE CHARLIE CHAPLIN FESTIVAL, 1957


ROMAN CIESLEWICZ


Polish A1


Backed on paper

Size Guide

33 x 23¾ in. (84 x 60 cm)

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