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SAINT JOAN (1957)

Bass, Saul (poster artist)

Published by United Artists, 1957
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Vintage original 11 x 14" (28 x 35 cm.) lobby card set of eight (8), USA. Jean Seberg, Richard Widmark, Richard Todd, John Gielgud, dir Otto Preminger; United Artists. A truly spectacular presentation of Saul Bass's brilliant art. Preminger loved Bass's artistic interpretations of the films he directed, and so Bass executed the campaign art for nearly all of the director's films starting in the mid-1950s. This is the story of Joan of Arc, her leadership of the French Army against the British, the many battles she wins and then being branded a witch once she is no longer needed. Jean Seberg (at 18) was selected after a highly publicized contest to play the title character. The film was based on the George Bernard Shaw play with a great screenplay by Graham Greene. This set of never-used cards with original paper mailing envelope is most impressive; it includes key moments. ABOUT FINE. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: SAINT JOAN (1957)
Publisher: United Artists
Publication Date: 1957
Binding: No Binding
Illustrator: Bass, Saul
Book Condition: Fine

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Bass, Saul (poster artist)
Published by United Artists (1957)
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Book Description United Artists, 1957. No Binding. Book Condition: Near Fine. No Jacket. Bass, Saul (illustrator). Vintage original 11 x 14" (28 x 35 cm.) title lobby card, USA, Jean Seberg, Richard Widmark, Richard Todd, John Gielgud, dir Otto Preminger; United Artists. A truly spectacular presentation of Saul Bass' brilliant art. Preminger loved Bass' artistic interpretations of the films he directed, and so Bass executed the campaign art for nearly all of the director's films starting in the mid 1950s. This is the story of Joan of Arc, her leadership of the French Army against the British, the many battles she wins and then being branded a witch once she is no longer needed. Jean Seberg (at 18) was selected after a highly publicized contest to play the title character. The film was based on the George Bernard Shaw play with a great screenplay by Graham Greene. There is a 3/4" (2 cm.) tear at the left side upper border addressed with archival tape) and a very minor crease at the top right corner. VERY GOOD-FINE. Bookseller Inventory # 10504

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Book Description United Artists, 1957. No Binding. Book Condition: Near Fine. No Jacket. Bass, Saul (illustrator). Vintage original 81 x 81" (205 x 205 cm.) six sheet poster, USA, Jean Seberg, Richard Widmark, Richard Todd, John Gielgud, dir: Otto Preminger; United Artists. A truly spectacular presentation of Saul Bass' brilliant art. Preminger loved Bass' artistic interpretations of the films he directed, and so Bass executed the campaign art for nearly all of the director's films starting in the mid 1950s. This is the story of Joan of Arc, her leadership of the French Army against the British, the many battles she wins and then being branded a witch once she is no longer needed. Jean Seberg (at 18) was selected after a highly publicized contest to play the title character. The film was based on the George Bernard Shaw play with a great screenplay by Graham Greene. This large-format version of Saul Bass' famous design is terribly rare, and most impressive, with its vivid colors. On linen, NEAR FINE. Bookseller Inventory # 10252

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