From Russia With Love, 1972 Re-Release Original Poster

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Description

In Sean Connery's second outing as James Bond, From Russia With Love saw the British spy battling a secret crime organisation known as Spectre. The follow-up to 007's 1962 debut in Dr. No, Terence Young's From Russia With Love further developed the Bond formula with elaborate titles, fast-paced action sequences, a John Barry score and the introduction of Desmond LLewelyn as Q with his myriad gadgets, a role he would play for 36 years.


Designed for a 1972 Japanese re-release, this action-packed poster pictures a close-up Connery front and center with his trademark Walther PPK.


CONDITION


Very good (B)


Unfolded, not backed. Minor creases to edges. Slight darkening to edges. A thin 5in. line of very slight discolouration to lower centre with light restoration, which is not very noticeable. Image and colours otherwise excellent.


FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE, 1972 RE-RELEASE


Japanese B2


Unfolded, not backed

Size Guide

28½ x 20¼ in. (72.5 x 51.5 cm.)

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  • Rock Paper Film
    • ESTABLISHED 2017
    • FOUNDER Caitlin Graham
    • ORIGIN United Kingdom
    • KNOWN FOR The Finest Original Vintage Rock & Film Posters
  • Rock Paper Film was founded in 2017 by Caitlin Graham – a leading expert in vintage posters and entertainment memorabilia. Her invaluable experience to source, research and authenticate posters from around the world ensures that the brand’s selection is wholly unique and incredibly rare.

  • Specialising in movie and music posters from the 1920s to the present day, Rock Paper Film only sell original posters. This means posters that were printed in limited quantities for display in cinemas at the time the film was shown or for promotional purposes in advance of an album or tour.