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'Cruiser Arriviste'

Calcio. Cerddoriaeth. Modernism.

#labsounds
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Le CERCLE ROUGE (1970) - The Genius of JEAN-PIERRE MELVILLE (Part 4/10)
One of JEAN-PIERRE MELVILLE's many masterpiece and one of the best heist movie sever filmed, thanks to an all-star cast:  Alain Delon (see Part 1 and 10), Yves Montand, Bourvil, Gian-Maria Volonte and Francois Perier (see Part 2 and 10).
Delon plays a gentleman thief just coming out of prison who hooks up with Montand, a retired policeman, and Volonte, a savage ex convict to make a heist while chased by Bourvil as the commissioner (a fantastic role as he’s better known as a gigantic comic)
A European modern version of The Good The Bad And the Ugly with many closeups on the actors, eyes, standoffs. Check both trailers: the French trailer here and the US trailer, without any dialogues, telling the story even better.
Above are the Japanese poster, two of the Italian fotobusta and the very rare Italian 1F poster with a great shot of the 3 gangsters
In July 2014 all our advertising / travel posters are On SALE
If you like this entry, check the other 9 parts of this week’s Blog as well as our Archives and all our NEW POSTERS
The posters above courtesy of ILLUSTRACTION GALLERY 

    Le cercle rouge japanese movie poster (1970)

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Le CERCLE ROUGE (1970) - The Genius of JEAN-PIERRE MELVILLE (Part 4/10)
One of JEAN-PIERRE MELVILLE's many masterpiece and one of the best heist movie sever filmed, thanks to an all-star cast:  Alain Delon (see Part 1 and 10), Yves Montand, Bourvil, Gian-Maria Volonte and Francois Perier (see Part 2 and 10).
Delon plays a gentleman thief just coming out of prison who hooks up with Montand, a retired policeman, and Volonte, a savage ex convict to make a heist while chased by Bourvil as the commissioner (a fantastic role as he’s better known as a gigantic comic)
A European modern version of The Good The Bad And the Ugly with many closeups on the actors, eyes, standoffs. Check both trailers: the French trailer here and the US trailer, without any dialogues, telling the story even better.
Above are the Japanese poster, two of the Italian fotobusta and the very rare Italian 1F poster with a great shot of the 3 gangsters
In July 2014 all our advertising / travel posters are On SALE
If you like this entry, check the other 9 parts of this week’s Blog as well as our Archives and all our NEW POSTERS
The posters above courtesy of ILLUSTRACTION GALLERY 

    Le cercle rouge Italian fotobusta movie poster (1970)

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Le CERCLE ROUGE (1970) - The Genius of JEAN-PIERRE MELVILLE (Part 4/10)
One of JEAN-PIERRE MELVILLE's many masterpiece and one of the best heist movie sever filmed, thanks to an all-star cast:  Alain Delon (see Part 1 and 10), Yves Montand, Bourvil, Gian-Maria Volonte and Francois Perier (see Part 2 and 10).
Delon plays a gentleman thief just coming out of prison who hooks up with Montand, a retired policeman, and Volonte, a savage ex convict to make a heist while chased by Bourvil as the commissioner (a fantastic role as he’s better known as a gigantic comic)
A European modern version of The Good The Bad And the Ugly with many closeups on the actors, eyes, standoffs. Check both trailers: the French trailer here and the US trailer, without any dialogues, telling the story even better.
Above are the Japanese poster, two of the Italian fotobusta and the very rare Italian 1F poster with a great shot of the 3 gangsters
In July 2014 all our advertising / travel posters are On SALE
If you like this entry, check the other 9 parts of this week’s Blog as well as our Archives and all our NEW POSTERS
The posters above courtesy of ILLUSTRACTION GALLERY 

    Le cercle rouge Italian fotobusta movie poster (1970)

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Le CERCLE ROUGE (1970) - The Genius of JEAN-PIERRE MELVILLE (Part 4/10)
One of JEAN-PIERRE MELVILLE's many masterpiece and one of the best heist movie sever filmed, thanks to an all-star cast:  Alain Delon (see Part 1 and 10), Yves Montand, Bourvil, Gian-Maria Volonte and Francois Perier (see Part 2 and 10).
Delon plays a gentleman thief just coming out of prison who hooks up with Montand, a retired policeman, and Volonte, a savage ex convict to make a heist while chased by Bourvil as the commissioner (a fantastic role as he’s better known as a gigantic comic)
A European modern version of The Good The Bad And the Ugly with many closeups on the actors, eyes, standoffs. Check both trailers: the French trailer here and the US trailer, without any dialogues, telling the story even better.
Above are the Japanese poster, two of the Italian fotobusta and the very rare Italian 1F poster with a great shot of the 3 gangsters
In July 2014 all our advertising / travel posters are On SALE
If you like this entry, check the other 9 parts of this week’s Blog as well as our Archives and all our NEW POSTERS
The posters above courtesy of ILLUSTRACTION GALLERY 

    Le cercle rouge Italian 1F movie poster (1970)

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Le CERCLE ROUGE (1970) - The Genius of JEAN-PIERRE MELVILLE (Part 4/10)

One of JEAN-PIERRE MELVILLE's many masterpiece and one of the best heist movie sever filmed, thanks to an all-star cast:  Alain Delon (see Part 1 and 10), Yves Montand, Bourvil, Gian-Maria Volonte and Francois Perier (see Part 2 and 10).

Delon plays a gentleman thief just coming out of prison who hooks up with Montand, a retired policeman, and Volonte, a savage ex convict to make a heist while chased by Bourvil as the commissioner (a fantastic role as he’s better known as a gigantic comic)

A European modern version of The Good The Bad And the Ugly with many closeups on the actors, eyes, standoffs. Check both trailers: the French trailer here and the US trailer, without any dialogues, telling the story even better.

Above are the Japanese poster, two of the Italian fotobusta and the very rare Italian 1F poster with a great shot of the 3 gangsters

In July 2014 all our advertising / travel posters are On SALE

If you like this entry, check the other 9 parts of this week’s Blog as well as our Archives and all our NEW POSTERS

The posters above courtesy of ILLUSTRACTION GALLERY 

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UN FLIC (1972) - The Genius of JEAN-PIERRE MELVILLE (Part 1/10)
JEAN-PIERRE MELVILLE is the greatest French movie director ever as his unique style not only influenced the Nouvelle Vague movement but also countless of US and international directors such as Scorcese and Tarantino who blatantly copied/stole many of his trademark scenes.
He only shot 14 movies as a director (he was also an actor-see Part 6) which this 10 part Blog will try to (re)introduce you and hopefully make you want to watch them all.
Let’s start with his last movie, also known as La nuit sur la cite / Dirty Money / A Cop shot in 1972 (he died one year later from a heart attack) starring for the 3rd and last time Alain Delon (see Part 4 and 10) as a police commissioner falling in love with the cold hearted  and gorgeous looking Catherine Deneuve, working as club hostess, while chasing her boss, the thief/club owner Richard Crenna.
The movie is marred by some long moments especially in the end but the intro piece, the bank robbery in a deserted town is one of the best ever filmed in movie history (check the scene here) 
Above are the many sumptuous Japanese posters created for the movie along the Italian 1F poster and the Japanese movie program
In July 2014 all our advertising / travel posters are On SALE
If you like this entry, check the other 9 parts of this week’s Blog as well as our Archives and all our NEW POSTERS
The posters above courtesy of ILLUSTRACTION GALLERY 

    Un flic Japanese movie poster style A (1972)

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UN FLIC (1972) - The Genius of JEAN-PIERRE MELVILLE (Part 1/10)
JEAN-PIERRE MELVILLE is the greatest French movie director ever as his unique style not only influenced the Nouvelle Vague movement but also countless of US and international directors such as Scorcese and Tarantino who blatantly copied/stole many of his trademark scenes.
He only shot 14 movies as a director (he was also an actor-see Part 6) which this 10 part Blog will try to (re)introduce you and hopefully make you want to watch them all.
Let’s start with his last movie, also known as La nuit sur la cite / Dirty Money / A Cop shot in 1972 (he died one year later from a heart attack) starring for the 3rd and last time Alain Delon (see Part 4 and 10) as a police commissioner falling in love with the cold hearted  and gorgeous looking Catherine Deneuve, working as club hostess, while chasing her boss, the thief/club owner Richard Crenna.
The movie is marred by some long moments especially in the end but the intro piece, the bank robbery in a deserted town is one of the best ever filmed in movie history (check the scene here) 
Above are the many sumptuous Japanese posters created for the movie along the Italian 1F poster and the Japanese movie program
In July 2014 all our advertising / travel posters are On SALE
If you like this entry, check the other 9 parts of this week’s Blog as well as our Archives and all our NEW POSTERS
The posters above courtesy of ILLUSTRACTION GALLERY 

    Un flic Japanese movie poster large B1 size (1972)

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UN FLIC (1972) - The Genius of JEAN-PIERRE MELVILLE (Part 1/10)
JEAN-PIERRE MELVILLE is the greatest French movie director ever as his unique style not only influenced the Nouvelle Vague movement but also countless of US and international directors such as Scorcese and Tarantino who blatantly copied/stole many of his trademark scenes.
He only shot 14 movies as a director (he was also an actor-see Part 6) which this 10 part Blog will try to (re)introduce you and hopefully make you want to watch them all.
Let’s start with his last movie, also known as La nuit sur la cite / Dirty Money / A Cop shot in 1972 (he died one year later from a heart attack) starring for the 3rd and last time Alain Delon (see Part 4 and 10) as a police commissioner falling in love with the cold hearted  and gorgeous looking Catherine Deneuve, working as club hostess, while chasing her boss, the thief/club owner Richard Crenna.
The movie is marred by some long moments especially in the end but the intro piece, the bank robbery in a deserted town is one of the best ever filmed in movie history (check the scene here) 
Above are the many sumptuous Japanese posters created for the movie along the Italian 1F poster and the Japanese movie program
In July 2014 all our advertising / travel posters are On SALE
If you like this entry, check the other 9 parts of this week’s Blog as well as our Archives and all our NEW POSTERS
The posters above courtesy of ILLUSTRACTION GALLERY 

    Un floc Italian 1F movie poster (1972)

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UN FLIC (1972) - The Genius of JEAN-PIERRE MELVILLE (Part 1/10)
JEAN-PIERRE MELVILLE is the greatest French movie director ever as his unique style not only influenced the Nouvelle Vague movement but also countless of US and international directors such as Scorcese and Tarantino who blatantly copied/stole many of his trademark scenes.
He only shot 14 movies as a director (he was also an actor-see Part 6) which this 10 part Blog will try to (re)introduce you and hopefully make you want to watch them all.
Let’s start with his last movie, also known as La nuit sur la cite / Dirty Money / A Cop shot in 1972 (he died one year later from a heart attack) starring for the 3rd and last time Alain Delon (see Part 4 and 10) as a police commissioner falling in love with the cold hearted  and gorgeous looking Catherine Deneuve, working as club hostess, while chasing her boss, the thief/club owner Richard Crenna.
The movie is marred by some long moments especially in the end but the intro piece, the bank robbery in a deserted town is one of the best ever filmed in movie history (check the scene here) 
Above are the many sumptuous Japanese posters created for the movie along the Italian 1F poster and the Japanese movie program
In July 2014 all our advertising / travel posters are On SALE
If you like this entry, check the other 9 parts of this week’s Blog as well as our Archives and all our NEW POSTERS
The posters above courtesy of ILLUSTRACTION GALLERY 

    Un flic Japanese movie poster style B (1972)

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UN FLIC (1972) - The Genius of JEAN-PIERRE MELVILLE (Part 1/10)
JEAN-PIERRE MELVILLE is the greatest French movie director ever as his unique style not only influenced the Nouvelle Vague movement but also countless of US and international directors such as Scorcese and Tarantino who blatantly copied/stole many of his trademark scenes.
He only shot 14 movies as a director (he was also an actor-see Part 6) which this 10 part Blog will try to (re)introduce you and hopefully make you want to watch them all.
Let’s start with his last movie, also known as La nuit sur la cite / Dirty Money / A Cop shot in 1972 (he died one year later from a heart attack) starring for the 3rd and last time Alain Delon (see Part 4 and 10) as a police commissioner falling in love with the cold hearted  and gorgeous looking Catherine Deneuve, working as club hostess, while chasing her boss, the thief/club owner Richard Crenna.
The movie is marred by some long moments especially in the end but the intro piece, the bank robbery in a deserted town is one of the best ever filmed in movie history (check the scene here) 
Above are the many sumptuous Japanese posters created for the movie along the Italian 1F poster and the Japanese movie program
In July 2014 all our advertising / travel posters are On SALE
If you like this entry, check the other 9 parts of this week’s Blog as well as our Archives and all our NEW POSTERS
The posters above courtesy of ILLUSTRACTION GALLERY 

    Un flic Japanese movie poster style C (1972)

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UN FLIC (1972) - The Genius of JEAN-PIERRE MELVILLE (Part 1/10)
JEAN-PIERRE MELVILLE is the greatest French movie director ever as his unique style not only influenced the Nouvelle Vague movement but also countless of US and international directors such as Scorcese and Tarantino who blatantly copied/stole many of his trademark scenes.
He only shot 14 movies as a director (he was also an actor-see Part 6) which this 10 part Blog will try to (re)introduce you and hopefully make you want to watch them all.
Let’s start with his last movie, also known as La nuit sur la cite / Dirty Money / A Cop shot in 1972 (he died one year later from a heart attack) starring for the 3rd and last time Alain Delon (see Part 4 and 10) as a police commissioner falling in love with the cold hearted  and gorgeous looking Catherine Deneuve, working as club hostess, while chasing her boss, the thief/club owner Richard Crenna.
The movie is marred by some long moments especially in the end but the intro piece, the bank robbery in a deserted town is one of the best ever filmed in movie history (check the scene here) 
Above are the many sumptuous Japanese posters created for the movie along the Italian 1F poster and the Japanese movie program
In July 2014 all our advertising / travel posters are On SALE
If you like this entry, check the other 9 parts of this week’s Blog as well as our Archives and all our NEW POSTERS
The posters above courtesy of ILLUSTRACTION GALLERY 

    Un flic Japanese movie program front cover (1972)

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UN FLIC (1972) - The Genius of JEAN-PIERRE MELVILLE (Part 1/10)
JEAN-PIERRE MELVILLE is the greatest French movie director ever as his unique style not only influenced the Nouvelle Vague movement but also countless of US and international directors such as Scorcese and Tarantino who blatantly copied/stole many of his trademark scenes.
He only shot 14 movies as a director (he was also an actor-see Part 6) which this 10 part Blog will try to (re)introduce you and hopefully make you want to watch them all.
Let’s start with his last movie, also known as La nuit sur la cite / Dirty Money / A Cop shot in 1972 (he died one year later from a heart attack) starring for the 3rd and last time Alain Delon (see Part 4 and 10) as a police commissioner falling in love with the cold hearted  and gorgeous looking Catherine Deneuve, working as club hostess, while chasing her boss, the thief/club owner Richard Crenna.
The movie is marred by some long moments especially in the end but the intro piece, the bank robbery in a deserted town is one of the best ever filmed in movie history (check the scene here) 
Above are the many sumptuous Japanese posters created for the movie along the Italian 1F poster and the Japanese movie program
In July 2014 all our advertising / travel posters are On SALE
If you like this entry, check the other 9 parts of this week’s Blog as well as our Archives and all our NEW POSTERS
The posters above courtesy of ILLUSTRACTION GALLERY 

    Un flic Japanese movie program back cover (1972)

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UN FLIC (1972) - The Genius of JEAN-PIERRE MELVILLE (Part 1/10)
JEAN-PIERRE MELVILLE is the greatest French movie director ever as his unique style not only influenced the Nouvelle Vague movement but also countless of US and international directors such as Scorcese and Tarantino who blatantly copied/stole many of his trademark scenes.
He only shot 14 movies as a director (he was also an actor-see Part 6) which this 10 part Blog will try to (re)introduce you and hopefully make you want to watch them all.
Let’s start with his last movie, also known as La nuit sur la cite / Dirty Money / A Cop shot in 1972 (he died one year later from a heart attack) starring for the 3rd and last time Alain Delon (see Part 4 and 10) as a police commissioner falling in love with the cold hearted  and gorgeous looking Catherine Deneuve, working as club hostess, while chasing her boss, the thief/club owner Richard Crenna.
The movie is marred by some long moments especially in the end but the intro piece, the bank robbery in a deserted town is one of the best ever filmed in movie history (check the scene here) 
Above are the many sumptuous Japanese posters created for the movie along the Italian 1F poster and the Japanese movie program
In July 2014 all our advertising / travel posters are On SALE
If you like this entry, check the other 9 parts of this week’s Blog as well as our Archives and all our NEW POSTERS
The posters above courtesy of ILLUSTRACTION GALLERY 

    Un flic Japanese movie program inside pages (1972)

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UN FLIC (1972) - The Genius of JEAN-PIERRE MELVILLE (Part 1/10)
JEAN-PIERRE MELVILLE is the greatest French movie director ever as his unique style not only influenced the Nouvelle Vague movement but also countless of US and international directors such as Scorcese and Tarantino who blatantly copied/stole many of his trademark scenes.
He only shot 14 movies as a director (he was also an actor-see Part 6) which this 10 part Blog will try to (re)introduce you and hopefully make you want to watch them all.
Let’s start with his last movie, also known as La nuit sur la cite / Dirty Money / A Cop shot in 1972 (he died one year later from a heart attack) starring for the 3rd and last time Alain Delon (see Part 4 and 10) as a police commissioner falling in love with the cold hearted  and gorgeous looking Catherine Deneuve, working as club hostess, while chasing her boss, the thief/club owner Richard Crenna.
The movie is marred by some long moments especially in the end but the intro piece, the bank robbery in a deserted town is one of the best ever filmed in movie history (check the scene here) 
Above are the many sumptuous Japanese posters created for the movie along the Italian 1F poster and the Japanese movie program
In July 2014 all our advertising / travel posters are On SALE
If you like this entry, check the other 9 parts of this week’s Blog as well as our Archives and all our NEW POSTERS
The posters above courtesy of ILLUSTRACTION GALLERY 

    Un flic Japanese movie program inside pages (1972)

illustraction:

UN FLIC (1972) - The Genius of JEAN-PIERRE MELVILLE (Part 1/10)

JEAN-PIERRE MELVILLE is the greatest French movie director ever as his unique style not only influenced the Nouvelle Vague movement but also countless of US and international directors such as Scorcese and Tarantino who blatantly copied/stole many of his trademark scenes.

He only shot 14 movies as a director (he was also an actor-see Part 6) which this 10 part Blog will try to (re)introduce you and hopefully make you want to watch them all.

Let’s start with his last movie, also known as La nuit sur la cite / Dirty Money / A Cop shot in 1972 (he died one year later from a heart attack) starring for the 3rd and last time Alain Delon (see Part 4 and 10) as a police commissioner falling in love with the cold hearted  and gorgeous looking Catherine Deneuve, working as club hostess, while chasing her boss, the thief/club owner Richard Crenna.

The movie is marred by some long moments especially in the end but the intro piece, the bank robbery in a deserted town is one of the best ever filmed in movie history (check the scene here) 

Above are the many sumptuous Japanese posters created for the movie along the Italian 1F poster and the Japanese movie program

In July 2014 all our advertising / travel posters are On SALE

If you like this entry, check the other 9 parts of this week’s Blog as well as our Archives and all our NEW POSTERS

The posters above courtesy of ILLUSTRACTION GALLERY 


Brigitte Bardot and Jane Birkin in Don Juan (1973)

Brigitte Bardot and Jane Birkin in Don Juan (1973)

Deneuve.

Deneuve.

fuckyeahmovieposters:

Once Upon a Time in the West

portraitinjazz:

Herbie Hancock - ‘Butterfly’

It’s the middle of summer in London, and as I listen to this track torrential rain is beating down outside. The last few days have been steamingly hot and humid, so the combination of a mega-thunderstorm and my re-listening to some of Herbie’s best stuff from the 70s has made for the perfect Sunday evening.

#labsounds

theparisreview:

“Breakfast is a personal ritual that can only be properly observed alone, and in a spirit of genuine excess … four Bloody Marys, two grapefruits, a pot of coffee, Rangoon crêpes, a half-pound of either sausage, bacon, or corned-beef hash with diced chilies, a Spanish omelette or eggs Benedict, a quart of milk, a chopped lemon for random seasoning, and something like a slice of key lime pie, two margaritas and six lines of the best cocaine for dessert.” —The breakfast habits of Hunter S. Thompson, born on this day in 1937. (via)

theparisreview:

“Breakfast is a personal ritual that can only be properly observed alone, and in a spirit of genuine excess … four Bloody Marys, two grapefruits, a pot of coffee, Rangoon crêpes, a half-pound of either sausage, bacon, or corned-beef hash with diced chilies, a Spanish omelette or eggs Benedict, a quart of milk, a chopped lemon for random seasoning, and something like a slice of key lime pie, two margaritas and six lines of the best cocaine for dessert.” —The breakfast habits of Hunter S. Thompson, born on this day in 1937. (via)

foxpapa:

honey-rider:

Claudia Cardinale
A Rose For Everyone . 1967

D I V I N A !

foxpapa:

honey-rider:

Claudia Cardinale

A Rose For Everyone . 1967

D I V I N A !

process-vision:

1977 Lancia Beta
thezainist:

Maseratis Merak Bora

thezainist:

Maseratis Merak Bora

  • thegentlemanultra:

CLASSIC CALCIO KITS: FIORENTINA 1992-93
A chance to look back at some of the iconic strips from when Italian Football was admired by all.
First up Fiorentina home: 92-93
Home Kit
Make - Lotto
Sponsor - 7up
Worn by players such as Batistuta, Brian Laudrup, Effenberg, Baiano and Caranascial.
Fact: Batistuta scored 16 times in the 1992-93 season
  • thegentlemanultra:

CLASSIC CALCIO KITS: FIORENTINA 1992-93
A chance to look back at some of the iconic strips from when Italian Football was admired by all.
First up Fiorentina home: 92-93
Home Kit
Make - Lotto
Sponsor - 7up
Worn by players such as Batistuta, Brian Laudrup, Effenberg, Baiano and Caranascial.
Fact: Batistuta scored 16 times in the 1992-93 season
  • thegentlemanultra:

CLASSIC CALCIO KITS: FIORENTINA 1992-93
A chance to look back at some of the iconic strips from when Italian Football was admired by all.
First up Fiorentina home: 92-93
Home Kit
Make - Lotto
Sponsor - 7up
Worn by players such as Batistuta, Brian Laudrup, Effenberg, Baiano and Caranascial.
Fact: Batistuta scored 16 times in the 1992-93 season

thegentlemanultra:

CLASSIC CALCIO KITS: FIORENTINA 1992-93

A chance to look back at some of the iconic strips from when Italian Football was admired by all.

First up Fiorentina home: 92-93

Home Kit

Make - Lotto

Sponsor - 7up

Worn by players such as Batistuta, Brian Laudrup, Effenberg, Baiano and Caranascial.

Fact: Batistuta scored 16 times in the 1992-93 season

  • Vomitspit · MF Doom · MM.. Food?

lets-jet:

MF Doom - Vomitspit

#labsounds