by Miller, Warren [sourcework], and Shirley Clarke [director]
[New York]: Cinema V., 1964. Original pictorial 11 x 14" lobby card. Some old marginal tape offset on verso from display in no way affecting the recto, otherwise about fine. A visually evocative lobby card from Clarke's 1963 semi-documentary of life in Harlem, following up on her landmark film adaptation of Gelber's THE CONNECTION and including cast member Carl Lee from the former. Warren Miller's 1959 novel and its adaptation to the stage co-written with Robert Rossen served as the backbone of the film's narrative. The film included music by Mal Waldron, featuring Dizzy Gillespie. The publicity squib could be faulted for being somewhat over the top: "Fuzz! Junk! Hooker! Rumble! These are words that mean big trouble in The Cool World." Original publicity material for this National Film Registry film is not terribly common. (Inventory #: WRCLIT76404)
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