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I Love You Alice B. Tolkas

'I Love You, Alice B. Tolkas'! Directed by Hy Averback and starring famed English actor Peter Sellers, 'I Love You Alice' was first released in the United States in 1968.

Inspired by the 1954 pot-friendly cookbook written by Alice B. Tolkas, this film was an enthralling romantic comedy centered on hippie counterculture. Featuring captivating art by Frankfurt native Ferry Ahrle, comes this fabulous design propagated for the films 1969 German release.

"We must psychedelicize their impoverished dreams" says main character Sellers in the film. Needless to say, Ahrle provided a stunning emulation of Director Hy Averback's core theme.

This unique piece of 60s film art certainly tells a alluring tale all its own. With main character Alice lifting up her dress to reveal a vibrant butterfly tattoo, you just know she is about to spread her wings and fly high! Wow, what a marvelous technicolor gradient just waiting to be boast. This will frame beautifully in your home. 

Condition: Very Good. Original fold lines present. Very minor border wear and creasing along fold lines. 

Year: c.1969 - 53 years old

Size: 23.0" x 33.0" (58cm x 84cm)


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