ALAMO, THE (1960) 29055 Todd AO Roadshow Three-Sheet Poster

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United Artists Original Roadshow Three-Sheet Poster (41x79) Folded Very Fine

Original United Artists Roadshow Todd-AO marked Three Sheet Poster (41x81) for the John Wayne western epic, THE ALAMO (1960) starring Wayne, Richard Widmark, Laurence Harvey, and Frankie Avalon. Filmmakers have attempted the story of the Texas Freedom Fortress several times, but this 1960 movie filmed in the Todd-AO process is the most famous and arguably the most enjoyable. Certainly most Texans think so. John Wayne directed himself and a good cast in the myth-enhancing version of the Texan settlers' battle against Mexican authority. An entire community was built in Bracketville, Texas to stand in for early San Antonio and the most of the film was made in Texas. With Richard Widmark as James Bowie and Laurence Harvey as a dandified Colonel William Barrett Travis, the film also pays some homage to the Hispanic Texas settlers who figured in the epic battle. The film rested almost entirely on Wayne's shoulders, but his old mentor John Ford also showed up on the set and was given some second-unit work. One of the most enduring things about the film is a lovely melodic score by Dimitri Tiomkin. This poster is not linen backed and we have graded it as very fine. Some very minor distresses, colors are vivid. MovieArt Austin guarantees that this poster is an authentic U.S. roadshow three-sheet for this film. MovieArt Original Film Posters in Austin, Texas does not sell reproductions.

JOHN WAYNE - Actor/Director
Richard Widmark - Actor
Richard Boone - Actor
Frankie Avalon - Actor
Chill Wills - Actor
Ken Curtis - Actor
Denver Pyle - Actor
Hank Worden - Actor
Gil Perkins - Actor

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