"The Getaway", Original Release Japanese Movie Poster 1972, B2 Size (51 x 73cm)
"The Getaway", Original Release Japanese Movie Poster 1972, B2 Size (51 x 73cm)
"The Getaway", Original Release Japanese Movie Poster 1972, B2 Size (51 x 73cm)
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"The Getaway", Original Release Japanese Movie Poster 1972, B2 Size (51 x 73cm)

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This is an original Japanese poster printed in 1972 for the first release of The Getaway.

The Getaway is a 1972 American action thriller film based on the 1958 novel by Jim Thompson. The film was directed by Sam Peckinpah, written by Walter Hill, and stars Steve McQueen, Ali MacGraw, Ben Johnson, Al Lettieri, and Sally Struthers. The plot follows imprisoned mastermind robber Carter "Doc" McCoy (McQueen), whose wife Carol (MacGraw) conspires for his release on the condition they rob a bank in Texas. A double-cross follows the crime and the McCoys are forced to flee for Mexico with the police and criminals in hot pursuit.

Peter Bogdanovich, whose The Last Picture Show impressed McQueen and producer David Foster, was originally hired as the director of The Getaway. Thompson came on board to write the screenplay, but creative differences ensued between him and McQueen and he was subsequently fired along with Bogdanovich. Writing and directing duties eventually went to Hill and Peckinpah, respectively. Principal photography commenced on February 7, 1972, on location in Texas. The film reunited McQueen and Peckinpah, both of whom had previously worked together on the relatively unprofitable Junior Bonner which was released the same year.

The Getaway premiered on December 13, 1972. Despite the negative reviews it received upon release, numerous retrospective critics gave the film good reviews. A box office hit earning over $36 million, it was the eighth highest-grossing film of 1972, and was one of the most financially successful productions of Peckinpah's and McQueen's careers.

(Source: Wikipedia)

This poster is in excellent condition.

Please refer to the imagery as this is the exact poster that is for sale. 

It is 49 years old!

It is not a reproduction or a reprint.

Certificate of Authenticity included.