18 Apr EXODUS ORIGINAL BIG LOBBY CARD POSTERS 1962
The Farkash Gallery wishes all of its clients a Happy Holiday. We musn’t forget the modern exodus which happened not so long ago after the Holocaust in Europe. The ship Exodus brought refugees from Europe to the land of Israel in 1947 and changed the worlds public opinion causing the British regime to leave Palestine Eretz Israel. After a few years the event inspired the writer Leon Uris to record the event in his book which triggered the making of the famous movie Exodus in 1960 starring Paul Newman. I am happy to present to you the movie posters as they were. Happy Holidays Rare Collection of EXODUS ORIGINAL BIG LOBBY CARDS POSTERS. Silver Screen Mementos are pleased to be able to offer this authentic original lobby card measuring 48×68 cm.The lobby card (also known as Front of House/ FOH card in the UK) was created by the film studios to publicise the movie and was intended for display outside the movie theatre in special glass display boxes. THESE ARE NOT REPRODUCTIONS! You are looking at a truly original piece of cinema art, a genuine collector’s item.
Exodus is a 1960 epic film on the founding of the modern State of Israel. It was made by Alpha and Carlyle Productions and distributed by United Artists. Produced and directed by Otto Preminger, the film was based on the 1958 novel Exodus by Leon Uris. The screenplay was written by Dalton Trumbo. The film features an ensemble cast, and its celebrated soundtrack music was written by Ernest Gold. Widely characterized as a “Zionist epic”, the film has been identified by many commentators as having been enormously influential in stimulating Zionism and support for Israel in the United States.
While the Preminger film softened the anti-British and anti-Arab sentiment of the novel, the film remains controversial for its depiction of the Arab–Israeli conflict. It would also become famous for Preminger openly hiring screenwriter Dalton Trumbo, who had been blacklisted for over a decade for being a communist and forced to work under assumed names. Together with Spartacus, also written by Trumbo, Exodus is credited with ending the Hollywood blacklist.