New York: Andy Warhol Film, 1967. Vintage poster for the 1967 film. The film originally screened at the Hudson Theater in a 95-minute version, although this cut is considered lost. A 109-minute version would screen in 1968 as the first film shown at the New Andy Warhol Garrick Theater, renamed as such after Warhol recovered from being shot by Valerie Solanas.
One of several sexploitation influenced films made by Warhol, an episodic story of a biker who has no bike, and is both eroticized by the camera and emasculated by various Warhol superstars throughout.
19 x 25 inches, rolled. Near Fine with some light soil, and an almost imperceptible professional repair to a tear at the top edge.
Murphy, The Black Hole of Cinema. Warholstars.
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