"Kill!", (斬る, Kiru), Original Release Japanese Movie Poster 1968, B2 Size
"Kill!", (斬る, Kiru), Original Release Japanese Movie Poster 1968, B2 Size
"Kill!", (斬る, Kiru), Original Release Japanese Movie Poster 1968, B2 Size
"Kill!", (斬る, Kiru), Original Release Japanese Movie Poster 1968, B2 Size
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"Kill!", (斬る, Kiru), Original Release Japanese Movie Poster 1968, B2 Size

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This is an original Japanese near mint condition poster printed in 1968 for the first release of Kill!

Kill! (斬る, Kiru) is a 1968 Japanese comedy-chambara film directed by Kihachi Okamoto. The film had a screenplay written by Akira Murao and Okamoto, and is based on the story Torideyama no jushichinichi (lit. '17 Days at Fort Mountain') in Yamamoto Shugoro zenshu (1964) by Shūgorō Yamamoto.

Tatsuya Nakadai stars as Genta, a former samurai who became disillusioned with the samurai lifestyle and left it behind to become a wandering yakuza gang member. He meets Hanjirō Tabata (Etsushi Takahashi) a farmer who wants to become a samurai to escape his powerless existence. Genta and Tabata wind up on opposite sides of clan intrigue when seven members of a local clan assassinate their chancellor. Although the seven, led by Tetsutarō Oikawa (Naoko Kubo) rebelled with the support of their superior, Ayuzawa (Shigeru Kōyama), he turns on them and sends members of the clan to kill them as outlaws.

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This poster is in a near mint condition and has never been folded. Please refer to the imagery as this is the exact poster that is for sale.

It is 53 years old!

It is not a reproduction or a reprint.

Certificate of Authenticity included.