This is not a reproduction or reprint. This is an original poster that was meant to be displayed outside a cinema or in a lobby somewhere in the world. Some of these posters are limited runs, signed, stickered or a super rare style. Some carry the scars of being well loved, either way it will look great on your wall.

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An original 1976 U.S one sheet theatrical poster for the release of Car Wash, an American comedy about a day in the life of a group of oddballs working at the titular Los Angeles car wash. A large ensemble cast are played by mostly unknowns (or were at the time) but there are several big stars in small roles (George Carlin) or who appears in a single scene (Richard Pryor).

Although not quite a musical, music plays a huge role in Car Wash. The title song went to number one and became one of the biggest hits of the disco era.

The director, Michael Schultz, was one of the first successful black directors in Hollywood. His long list of credits includes Cooley High (1975), Which Way Is Up? (1977), Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (1978), Carbon Copy (1981) and The Last Dragon and Krush Groove(both 1985).

 

 

 

Car Wash (1976)

£75.00Price
  • SIZE

    Large (27" x 4") U.S one sheet

  • CONDITION

    Very good condition. Folded as issued.

Note:
The picture you see is of the actual poster you are buying.
The metal magents on each corner are to hold the poster on the wall. They are not part of your purchase.