Goodbye Uncle Tom (1972) - Japanese 1st Advance B2 - African Beauty
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Originally released in Italy in 1971 under the title Addio zio Tom, Goodbye Uncle Tom is a drama about two documentary filmmakers who go back in time to the pre-Civil War South to film the slave trade. The film was written, directed and starred Gualtiero Jacopetti, and Franco Prosperi, both whom were responsible for the series of films referred to as "Mondo Cane", of which this film was apart, they were documentary style exploitation films.
This is a very rare advance poster for the film's release in Japan, and features an incredibly sexy image of a nude African American women. It's a must own piece of film history for fans of the Mondo Cane series, or would even be a great fit to display with someone's 1970's funk music collection.
This poster ships rolled, and can only be shipped with other rolled items.
Printed: Japan, 1972
Approximate Dimensions: 20.0" x 28.5"
Condition: Excellent / Near Mint - Poster appears unused, it only has two faint horizontal fold lines.
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