He was a car racing, cigarette smoking, motorcycle driving petty thug, ex-military rebellious American who became the world’s highest paid actor. A man’s man, as well as a ladies man, Steve McQueen was “The King of Cool”. Amassing his popularity amongst youthful movie-goers of both sexes, McQueen was at his best when depicting his interpretation of the eras counter cultural “anti-hero”. In 1965’s ”The Cincinnati Kid” his portrayal of Eric “The Kid” Stoner is an excellent example of such a role for McQueen who throughout his illustrious career was nominated for “Best Actor” five times. The offered 27”x41” US One Sheet theatrical relic presents vibrantly having been professionally Linen Backed and framed to the dimensions of 30 ˝”x 45”. Fold lines are minimally visible with very little blemishing if any. Frame is gold with black inlay and has a small chip on the center right.
This piece is framed. It can be carefully removed and rolled for shipping purposes.