N.p. Layton Film Productions, 1960. Original pressbook for the 1960 film noir.
Brian Donlevy plays a US detective sent to Brazil to find an American woman accused of murder. He finds his target, but not before getting sucked into his own brand of crime. Richard Cunha, who directed a few minor but pertinent films in 1958 ("Frankenstein's Daughter, "Missile to the Moon," and "Giant from the Unknown"), sets the pace with a television serial-like quality. A solid second feature from the post-noir period.
One sheet folded twice as issued, 11 x 17 inches. Near Fine, with a faint horizontal fold crease at the center of the wrapper and pages, a small numerical notation at the bottom of the front wrapper, and light rubbing overall. Hinged diecut of the door on the front wrapper, and issued in color on thick stock, characteristics unique amongst pressbooks.