Tropic of Cancer (1970)

Original U.S. One Sheet Movie Poster
27" x 41"
Condition: Very Good, Folded

Condition Note: (VG) Pinholes on upper left and right corners, in white. Tape residue on top edge at center vertical fold. Fold separation at center fold. Large approx 9 inch tear on upper left corner supported on the back to the side and top by tape. Folded


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SKU: FFF-03103 Category: Movie Released: 1970 Decade: 1970s


Henry is an ex-pat in Paris, cadging drinks and meals and places to sleep, giving advice about women to clueless men, flirting with the wives of acquaintances, burning bridges, and making philosophical observations. In vignettes we see his wife Mona come to Paris and leave immediately when she tastes Henry’s vagabond life; he tries teaching English at a school in Dijon, takes the son of a wealthy Indian to a bordello, gets a job as a proofreader at the Herald Tribune, and helps out a pal who’s in and out of an asylum and deeply in love with a whore. Can Henry make his own discovery of ecstasy? Henry Miller’s Tropic of Cancer, the 1970 Joseph Strick sex thriller (based on the Henry Miller novel) starring Rip Torn, David Baur, Phil Brown, Ellen Burstyn, James T. Callahan, and Laurence Ligneres

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