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Cry for Me, Billy - 1 Sheet Hungarian Movie Poster

Excellent composition by the always great András Felvidéki for William A. Graham's fascinating and trippy, sad and nihilistic western about the tragic love between gunslinger and his Indian squaw.

  • Original title -
    Cry for Me, Billy
  • Year / Country - 1972 / USA
  • Genre - Western
  • Director - William A. Graham
  • Starring -
    William Carsterns, James Gammon, Woody Chambliss, Don Wilbanks, Maria Potts, Cliff Potts, Harry Dean Stanton
  • Poster title - Meztelen bosszú
  • Designer - Felvidéki András
  • Dimensions- 32" x 23"
  • Condition -
    Near mint. Folded, no tape marks, no pin holes, no wrinkles, sharp edges.

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