Burbank, CA: Warner Brothers, 1973. Vintage reference photograph taken on the set of the 1973 film, showing actor Lee Marvin to the far left, with a camera crew capturing the shot to the right. With the stamps of Warner Brothers and still photographer Mac Julian to the verso.
Director Robert Aldrich's portrait of the hard-boiled men who made their reputations by way of the railroad during the Depression. One of the best and most underrated American films of the early 1970s.
Set and shot on location in Oregon.
9.5 x 4 inches, with wide margins. Very Good plus, with light wear to the corners.