Posted on Tuesday, May 27th, 2008 by Peter Sciretta
The Alamo Drafthouse is bringing their Rolling Roadshow tour to Spain to pay tribute to one of the most influential film series of the modern age, Sergio Leone’s “dollars” trilogy: Fistful of Dollars, For a Few Dollars More and The Good, The Bad and The Ugly. Quentin Tarantino will be in attendance at the screenings and will introduce one of the films. You can order tickers on OriginalAlamo.com. But more importantly, with a new set of special screenings comes a new set of limited edition posters.
Billy Perkins’ The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly is a triptych set (12×38). A limited print run, each poster is individually signed and numbered by the artist. You can buy them as a set for $45 or individually for $20 each.
Jesse Philips’ A Fistful of Dollars is 24×36 and is part of a limited run, with each poster being individually numbered. A Metallic Variant (seen right) is available for $50, regular version is $30.
Stainboy’s For A Few Dollars Morefeatures a fearsome duo of portraits. A limited print run, each poster is individually signed and numbered by the artist. Featuring metallic inks, the poster measures 32×22. On sale on Mondo Tees for $30.
They also have three more posters (which I’m a little less fond of): Heads of State’s “A Fistful of Dollars”, Jay Vollmar’s “For a Few Dollars More”, and Jeff Kleinsmith’s “The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly” available as a set for $80 or individually.
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