A steely Clint Eastwood dominates as a vengeful lawman fighting to bring down the vigilante lynch mob who left him for dead on this atmospheric B2 poster for the original Japanese release of Hollywood Western Hang 'Em High in 1968. Eastwood's first big American film after achieving international stardom in Sergio Leone's Dollar's Trilogy, Hang 'Em High was also the first picture produced by his newly-formed production company Malpaso, through which the prolific filmmaker continues to produce the majority of his projects to this day. Directed by Ted Post, who had worked with a young Eastwood on the TV series Rawhide, the gritty revisionist Western was a huge box-office success, surpassing even the James Bond films at that time to become distributor United Artists' biggest opening to date.
Unfolded, conservation backed on linen. Backing has smoothed and diminished minor nicks and tears to edges, no larger than ¼in. Image and colours excellent.