£380.00

Designed by Barry E. Jackson

US One Sheet Double Sided

1981

In fine condition

Originally Rolled, Now Stored Flat

27 x 40 inches

Unframed

If required we offer a bespoke framing service

Price Includes Postage and Packaging in the UK

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1 in stock

Framing prices also include a £75 delivery charge. Framing also adds 14 days to the order.

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    About This Piece

    Embark on a cinematic journey with our rare original US One Sheet double-sided poster for “Escape From New York” (1981). This expansive 27×40-inch gem, impeccably designed by Barry E. Jackson, is not just a poster—it’s a visual storytelling experience.

    Marvel at the iconic imagery of the Statue of Liberty’s decapitated head adorning the desolate streets of a dystopian New York. This arresting image sets the stage for the intense narrative that unfolds within the film. Dive into the chaos as the three main characters, portrayed by the stellar ensemble of Kurt Russell, Lee Van Cleef, and Ernest Borgnine, sprint through the city, evading relentless pursuit.

    Preserved in fine condition with minimal creasing to the outer edge, this poster is more than a collector’s item; it’s a portal to the heart of the movie’s dystopian drama. Originally rolled and now meticulously stored flat, it stands poised to enrich your collection with authenticity and cinematic allure.

    Geographical constraints are no barrier—connect with us for seamless worldwide shipping options. Elevate the poster’s presence further with our bespoke framing service, transforming it into a true centrepiece that proudly declares its status as an iconic piece of cinematic history.

    Don’t miss the chance to own a visual masterpiece that not only captures the essence of “Escape From New York” but vividly narrates its gripping tale. Secure this rare US One Sheet Movie Poster now, and let the dystopian drama of Manhattan unfold within your meticulously curated collection, transporting you to the heart of cinematic history with every glance.

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