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Cabaret

With over 10-Academy Award nominations under its belt, "Cabaret" made waves on both the directive and theatrical scene in the second half of the 20th century. With legendary stage performer Liza Minelli winning the Academy Award for Best Actress, it goes without saying that this cult-classic was certainly a film to remember. Directed by Bob Fosse (who won the Academy Award for Best Director no less), "Cabaret" was quick to become a household name among many.

Set in Pre-World War II Nazi Germany, "Cabaret" was a revolutionary cinematic story tell-all for the time. Sporting phenomenal artwork by Polish artist Andrzej Pagowski, this 1988 poster sports a beautiful and rarely seen deviation from the original American design. 

Upon a closer glance, you'll note a somber woman with painted tear drops becoming engulfed in one of the worlds most notorious symbols, a Sawastika. Wow, talk about making a powerful statement.

The perfect conversational piece for the Liza Minelli or cabaret fan in your life.

Condition: Good to Very Good. Minor creasing and border wear. Minute tears along bottom border. Small tears along left hand border have been repaired. Please use zoom feature to get a better understanding of overall condition.

Year: c.1988 - 34 years old

Size: 26.5" x 37.75" (67cm x 96cm)


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