Beyond A Reasonable Doubt (1956)
12.75" x 20.75"
POSTER CONDITION & GRADING
Very Good to Fine, Japanese paper-backed. A few smudges and stains in the white border at the top, otherwise this poster is in excellent condition.
POSTER TAGLINE & DESCRIPTION
"What kind of man would frame himself for MURDER?"; "Put them all together they spell M-U-R-D-E-R!"; "Tonight I dropped my cigarette lighter at the scene of the crime. Tomorrow I will plant another piece of evidence. If all goes well I will be accused of Murder. But remember -- they must convict me."; "A man gambles with justice and covers the bet with his life!"; "Because of the terrific suspense please don't tell anyone how this picture ends."; "This is a man who plotted and planned to frame himself"; "This is a girl who dared to love the man who framed himself"; "And a chair is there waiting for the man who framed himself..." Fritz Lang's last American film is a brilliantly conceived and directed nightmare of a film noir with a killer twist ending that leaves the unsuspecting viewer reeling and questioning everything previously seen.