Wrong Man, The (1957)
14" x 36" (35.5 x 91.5cm)
POSTER CONDITION & GRADING
Very Good, linen backed. Prior to linen backing and restoration, the poster had a few tears of varying lengths around the edges and some were repaired with tape from the back (at upper left and upper right). It had a few creases, smudges and scuff marks scattered in some areas and some light border wear. The poster was very well backed and restoration to the defects described carried out. The poster now displays really well but you can still see faint signs of the previous defects and the restoration of those defects.
POSTER TAGLINE & DESCRIPTION
1957 Alfred Hitchcock New York City based-on-a-true-story crime thriller ("For the first time Alfred Hitchcock goes to real life for his thrills! It's all true and all suspense -- the all-'round biggest Hitchcock hit ever to hit the screen! Warner Bros. present HENRY FONDA and VERA MILES and the exciting city of New York in ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S The Wrong Man"; "Somewhere... Somewhere... There must be the right man!"; "The first real-life thriller ever screened by Alfred Hitchcock!"; "25 steps down into a subway - and for the first time he doesn't come home that night!"; "CHALLENGE! If you don't believe that this weird and unusual story actually happened, see the records of Queen County Court, N.Y., Apr. 21, 1953 Indictment #271/53, 'The Balestrero Case'"; "The first Alfred Hitchcock hit taken from life! Every twist and turn of it is true!"; " About a man whose life is ruined when he is mistakenly accused of a robbery) starring Henry Fonda, Vera Miles, Anthony Quayle, "and the exciting city of New York"