A rare and sought after Japanese B2 poster for The Beatles' first full-length feature film A Hard Day's Night, which followed the fab four over an anarchic 36 hours in London at the height of Beatlemania. Director Richard Lester's snappy editing and energetic pacing gave the film a uniquely modern documentary style and led to the development of the music video. Considered one of the most influential musical films ever made, the offbeat sixties classic is often voted among the top 100 films of the 20th century. Offering some of the best and certainly the quirkiest artwork created to promote the film, this vibrant and joyful poster can't help but make you grin.
Unfolded, not backed. Light edge wear and occasional light crease to artwork. Slight darkening to edges. Undulation to paper due to being very lightly and softly tri-folded with a stack of other posters at one time. Image and colours excellent.