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 1971 U.S one sheet for the film Skin Game, an American comedy western directed by Paul Bogart and Gordon Douglas, and starring James Garner and Lou Gossett.

Two western con man Quincy (James Garner) and Jason (Lou Gossett) swindle slave owners in backwater prairie towns in 1875 into buying a free man, and later share the profits when he escapes captivity. It's an effective scam for these smart and nimble schemers - until they cross paths with an equally clever con woman (Susan Clark) and an irate former customer (Edward Asner).

The premise of the film sounds absolutely painful, even by 1970s standards, but this seemingly tasteless pic survives on its genial humor, the likability of the popular lead actors and the director's light touch. This movie is way smarter, way edgier in terms of humor and commentary than you'd expect.

This awesome poster artwork is by American illustrator Rober McGuinnis who has created over 40 movie poster designs including: Breakfast At Tiffany's, Barbarella, Modesty Blaise, Diamond Are Forever, Thunderball, Cotton Comes To Harlem.

Skin Game (1971)

  • SIZE

    Large (27' x 41") U.S one sheet


    Robert McGinnis



    Very good condition. Pin holes in corners. Minor wear in central fold lines. Paper separation in the left edge fold. Folded as issued.

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.