Rebel (The) Tony Hancock, Original Trade Ad, 1961
The Rebel was classic 'Ancock, although initially not particularly well received, probably because of the art world and social mores it satirised.
It was re-named for the much desired American market as "Call Me Genius". Here's the full skinny on the movie: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0055361/?ref_=nm_flmg_act_9
This piece is a Trade Ad. from the Kinematograph Weekly of March 16th, 1961. This was a weekly magazine by the industry, for the industry, and these centre spreads were designed to encourage cinema owners to promote the distributors' wares.
As always with these, there is one centre vertical fold and two small staple holes.
Origin: UK 1961 Size: 11 x 17 in / 28 x 43 cm Condition: Excellent.
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