Paris: Les Grands Films Classiques, 1968. Vintage 1968 French half grande poster for the 1929 French film.
Luis Bunuel's debut as a filmmaker, a legendary short film co-created by Salvador Dali, was originally screened at a cine-club, with no posters or advertisement created. This poster, a montage of archival images from the film (including the legendary image of the woman's eyeball being slit), is for its first theatrical release anywhere, in 1968.
47 x 32 inches. Folded, with minor creasing at the folds. Near Fine.