Charge of the Model Ts, USA 1977
Charge of the Model Ts, USA 1977 : this review was purloined from IMDb, and pretty much says it all:
"I came close to rating The Charge of the Model T's a '1', but the letter-boxed credit sequence highlighted the film's one and only virtue: the exemplary cinematography of low budget maestro Dean Cundey. Once the TV print blows up to full frame, however, there's nothing here to recommend. The film is a G rated regional comedy from writer-producer-director Jim McCullough Sr., whose earlier horror opus Creature From Black Lake is legendary amongst bad film fans. Charge of the Model T's is much worse: it isn't funny, it has no action sequences worthy of mention, and the original songs by Benji composer Euel Box are fingers on the blackboard awful. If the idea of World War I German officers in pickelhaubs pretending to be cowboys floats your boat, however, you're welcome to this film, which will put everyone else to sleep."
So, a stinker of a movie, but the poster has several cracking Model T portraits. One for the early Ford enthusiast.
Origin: USA 1977 Size: 41 x 27 in / 104 x 69 cm Condition: Very good, cinema used. Folded as issued.