In March Robert Taylor was announced as co-star. When Charley kills an Indian raiding party, and takes their squaw as his own, tension develops between the two hunters, and matters will only be settled in a showdown. All materials contained on this site in this document are protected by United States copyright law and may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, displayed, published or broadcast without the prior written permission of Bruce Hershenson. Lloyd Nolan was also cast - his first film role in over a year and a half, during which time he had played on stage. However, they were printed in Great Britain to be used in the U. Any imperfections that you may see in the item image will also be in the poster. The paper size is approximately 14 x 36 Inches - 36cm x 92cm.
If anyone knows more about this, please and we will post it here. The story takes place during the winter but was actually filmed during the scorching summer months in. The Last Hunt Insert Style A 1956 Single Sided, Decorative Wall Poster Print. You may not alter or remove any trademark, copyright or other notice from copies of the content. This site best viewed with Recommended or or greater.
We are the world's leading auctioneer of movie posters and related items. Set against the background of the huge hunts for bison which were coming to an end in the 1880s, the movie was filmed almost entirely on location in Badlands National Park and in Custer State Park in South Dakota. No pinholes or tape and has never been hung or displayed. It recorded admissions of 1,201,326 in France. But those stills printed in Italy were for use in the U. Anne Bancroft was orginally cast as the young native American girl in the film, but when she was injured falling off a horse, she was replaced by Debra Paget. The film stars and , with , and.
This quality reproduction makes a great gift and is perfect for framing. Richard Brooks was assigned the job of adapting and directing. You are currently on one of our non-auction pages. The screenplay was adapted from a tough western novel by writer Milton Lott. .
Harvey Lancaster of Custer was the main marksman for the filming. The Last Hunt Insert Style A 1956 Single Sided, Decorative Wall Poster Print. Russ Tamblyn was then given the lead support part as a half Indian. Go to our current auctions in our , and you will quickly see why we are the most trusted auction site! Note that we have sold both a window card and a title card from this movie, and oddly, the window card describes the wild buffalo stampede as having 3,000 buffalo, while the title card describes it as 1,000! We wonder if they intended to rent 3,000 buffalo, but when they found out the cost, decided to save a lot of money and only rent one third as many. MovieArt Austin guarantees the authenticity of this poster. In the late 1960s and 1970s some studios started printing color stills like these in Italy, surely for the same reason because Italian printers had better color printing during those years.
This is the real thing, a gritty, tough, exciting story reeking with the pungent smells of dead buffalo and of dirty men. This quality reproduction makes a great gift and is perfect for framing. After three weeks of filming, Anne Bancroft was injured during filming after falling from a horse. The condition of this item is brand new - mint condition. Condition Note: Condition: Good to Very Good. Otherwise, color is vivid, no tears etc. To register to bid on our auctions,.
The film was the first of only three westerns directed by Brooks, and was his first film following the critically acclaimed 1955. The presence of the native woman causes tension and Gilson becomes increasingly paranoid and deranged, leading to a stand-off between the two former partners. The paper size is approximately 14 x 36 Inches - 36cm x 92cm. No pinholes or tape and has never been hung or displayed. During filming announced Taylor and Granger would be reteamed in another western, The Return of Johnny Burro with Granger playing a villain and Taylor a hero.
In the final scene, McKenzie and the woman emerge from shelter to find that Gilson, though wearing a buffalo hide as protection from the cold, has frozen to death during the night, while waiting to ambush them. When temperatures reached triple digits, , whose costume consisted of full winter clothing, passed out from heat exhaustion and the crew had to cut away his clothes to revive him. Actual footage of buffalo being shot and killed by government marksmen was used for the film. The was by Richard Brooks from the novel , by. However the film was not made.